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February 05, 2008


Phil Maff

looks like I picked the wrong lent to give up television.


Given the cultural rot and anti-Catholic smears that so many of the Hollywood writers are responsible for in the last quarter century, they can stay on strike as long as they like. The longer the better.

Jack G

hey has Jimmy been on the writer's strike all this time? ;-)


I am with WT. I thought the strike was a blessing...even more if the TV and movie industries collapse completely.

David B.

There are good people in the business. They are being adversely effected by the strike. Also, while ethical writers strike, those who produce porn, etc, continue to send crud out into to world.

Jamie Beu

I've been loving this writer's strike for 2 reasons:
1) I've been able to catch up on BSG as well as other series on DVD that I didn't get to watch on their first pass.
2) I've been watching a whole lot more Discovery and History channel programs - some of the best shows on TV right now, and they're educational to boot!

Stay on strike - see if I care! We don't need any more episodes of "What About Jim" or "The George Lopez Show" anyway!


I second Jamie's comments and all their points.

David B.


It looks like it's just you and me not liking the strike!

Only mackeral snappers can swim against the tide ;-)

David B.


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...of Grace...

David B.

...the Lord...

David B.

...is with you...

David B.


David B.

...Art thou among women,...

David B.

...and blessed is the fruit of your womb...

David B.

...Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

(thanx to a fellow comboxer for the idea.)

J.R. Stoodley

The strike is over!!!

David B.

Right On!

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