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rhody:
@eztarg3t It's a tv show on MTV. It's a group of singles living in the same house trying to find out who is their "perfect match" based on relationship experts and match makers. This season is the first ever all queer cast and as a bisexual woman, I'm loving life. It's such dumb reality tv that I cannot stop watching :D
jozsef:
There has never been an MTV show that I had any trouble not watching. Quite the opposite, actually. I only watch quality shows. And some rubbish. (There, I've owned up. Still, reality shows are just too painful for my delicate sensibilities but I do like Wynonna Earp so that's a confession of sorts.)
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1. Do you like blue cheese? No!

2. Coke or Pepsi? Neither? I guess I grew up on Coke products.

3. Do you own a gun? Nope.

4. What flavor Kool-Aid? None :/ I guess fruit punch so I can add sherbet?

5. What do you think of hot dogs? When I first started on Keto, I would eat veggie hot dogs dipped in mayo....
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I used to watch Law and Order: SVU when I was in college as a way of gaining control over the sexual assaults I had experienced. It was a way I found to cope, listening to actors portraying police officers who cared about victims and helped them move forward as survivors. If the system was actually built to help women come forward, Kavanaugh would have...
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jozsef:
Heaven help us. I heard today on the radio that it's essentially a done deal and that lowlife will be on the supreme court. This is what it looks like when societies are approaching collapse. The corruption, cynicism and confidence of the ruling class are openly displayed with no concern for any possible consequences because their hold on power appears unbreakable. It never occurs to them that the whole system can unravel and they will be suffering along with everyone else. That is if they're lucky. History tells us that some corrupt rulers come to a sudden and rather unpleasant end. As for TV, I know what you mean. I watch  many shows for the special pleasure of seeing kindness and caring portrayed in the way that should be commonplace but is often lacking in the real world.