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#1 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -

Normal.

#2 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -
@christ0phe said:
There are already several threads about this
This.
#3 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -
@Buzzkill said:
I'm just going to make 1 comment here. If they wanted me as a customer before, they took a step in the Wrong direction now. I'll let them digest that.
After they clearly stated that they would have to use ads if their subscription goals weren't met. You're a fucking idiot.
#4 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -

Good work.

#5 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -

I am a vampire... I do not get cross.

#6 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -

I don't care what people use as their facebook picture and it's none of my business why they chose said photo.

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#8 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -
@H2Oyea said:
@Axxol said:
 The OP failed to put American Idol in both the title and OP of this thread.
What good would it do if I told you I'm talking about AI? If you watched AI, you would know that Scotty won and would know what this thread is about. If not, then it's irrelevant. 
Okay, you're right, it's wrong for people to click on your threads and ask what you're talking about.
#9 Posted by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -
@Commando said:
@Axxol said:
@Commando said:

It's cute watching all these people pretend like they don't know what the OP is talking about. Apparently on the internet it's cool to not watch mainstream shows, so they're all acting like they don't watch the news, listen to the radio, or go to news websites.    Edit: Well apparently I pissed off half the internet. If you live in another country you have an excuse. But in America it's very difficult to not know about it. When I go to work and listen to the radio, I hear about American Idol. When I open the newspaper, it's in the entertainment section and sometimes on the front page if news is slow. When I change the TV to CNN, they often discuss American Idol. When I go to a news website like USAToday.com or CNN.com, they talk about it. It's hard to NOT hear about American Idol.

It's cute watching people say that it's cute that other people don't know what the OP is talking about. Apparently on the internet it's cool to pretend that people who don't watch American Idol-- which in all honesty, lost it's appeal after the third season-- are a group of non-conforming mouth-breathers.   They didn't know who Scotty was, why the are you acting like everyone in America is watching American Idol? Did I miss the "Watch American Idol Everyday" rule when I was reading the "How To Be A Real American" handbook? Whenever I check news online, I don't go to the Entertainment section, because I don't consider that relevant and I'm sure that several people do the same.
Woah there cowboy, calm down. First, I said nothing about watching it. I talked about your daily lives and routine ways of hearing it. And I understand how some people might not care about what's going on in the world so they cut off all news sources. But I found it odd that the entire first page is full of people who specifically went out of their way to ask "who's he?" when they could've just ignored the thread since it didn't have anything to do with them.
So people shouldn't ask questions now? I don't see anything wrong with them trying to find out who this guy is. The OP failed to put American Idol in both the title and OP of this thread.
#10 Edited by BraveToaster (12589 posts) -
@Commando said:

It's cute watching all these people pretend like they don't know what the OP is talking about. Apparently on the internet it's cool to not watch mainstream shows, so they're all acting like they don't watch the news, listen to the radio, or go to news websites.    Edit: Well apparently I pissed off half the internet. If you live in another country you have an excuse. But in America it's very difficult to not know about it. When I go to work and listen to the radio, I hear about American Idol. When I open the newspaper, it's in the entertainment section and sometimes on the front page if news is slow. When I change the TV to CNN, they often discuss American Idol. When I go to a news website like USAToday.com or CNN.com, they talk about it. It's hard to NOT hear about American Idol.

It's cute watching people say that it's cute that other people don't know what the OP is talking about. Apparently on the internet it's cool to pretend that people who don't watch American Idol-- which in all honesty, lost it's appeal after the third season-- are a group of non-conforming mouth-breathers.  
 
They didn't know who Scotty was, why the are you acting like everyone in America is watching American Idol? Did I miss the "Watch American Idol Everyday" rule when I was reading the "How To Be A Real American" handbook? Whenever I check news online, I don't go to the Entertainment section, because I don't consider that relevant and I'm sure that several people do the same.