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They weren't fostering him, they adopted him then changed their minds six months later because he had too much energy for their four kids. I think that makes them bad dog owners and idiots, you don't agree. Whoopy doo. Thanks for sharing.
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Normally I would agree with you but the original article says they had the dog for several months, and if you have a dog that long it begins to bond with you and your family. Plus any good dog owner would have tried to train the dog or do something to curb its rambunctious behavior when they had several months to do so. Plus, you can tell a dog is too active for your family within a week or two, so keeping the dog for that long, and worst of all letting it bond with your family, and then returning it to the shelter makes you a bad dog owner and an idiot IMO.
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The reason I post stuff about Disneyland is because I love going there, and since I post stuff that I find interesting we share articles about Disneyland for people who enjoy going to Disneyland like we do. I share articles I find interesting regardless of sandyra's personal feelings about what I'm posting, and since there are plenty of other people who enjoy reading Disney theme park lore we regularly share those kinds of articles.

And while we're on the subject of corporations suing people you do realize Universal Studios is owned by NBCUniversal, and they have sued plenty of people over the licenses they own as well (Harry Potter and the Minions, just to name a few). So saying "this corporation is better than that corporation and deserves major props!" is pure hypocrisy, and to be fair Universal Studios Orlando doesn't have a history like the Disney parks so there's not much posted about them besides promotional material.

I like that you read our blog and feel so personally about it, sandyra, but I'm going to keep posting stuff about Disney whether you like it or not because you're not our only reader. So you can keep leaving your "I hate Disney" comments every time you see a post or you can just get over it and move on. It's really your choice, I just thought I'd offer you an explanation of why I share Disney posts, and why I'm not about to stop posting them just because you keep singin' that song "sandyra don't like it (rock the casbah)".
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I have to ask- did you actually read the article I linked to before you commented that it was a fake, or did you simply read what I wrote and post a comment? Had you read the article you would have found a link to the original source (guancha.cn) that breaks down the entire incident by time even, with photos and plenty of direct and concrete proof related to the incident. Nowhere was it stated that she was a "zombie"- she was given sedatives and came to while in the coffin. It's easy to see everything as fake when you don't actually follow the links to the original source, but now you have a Google translated link and can read about it for yourself.
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No, what's funny is that the guy is 24 years old, so for him to have kids that age he would have had them when he was like 8-10 years old. But it is funny that you, sarcastic defender of the woman who volunteered to be in the pic and loved the experience, focused on her weight more than anything else. I hadn't even considered her weight when I posted this article, because she looks pretty average to me, but it appears you have some body image issues you need to work out AlisonG! Looks like the "G" stands for "grow up"
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What's that you say, one out of the over 400 articles we post a month isn't up to Scott Donahue's standards? Whatever will we do now that we have disappointed Scott Donahue? Oh yeah, the same thing we've been doing for years, post over 400 articles a month. They can't all be winners, folks
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I'm not sure if you read the article I linked to Tiago but the point was that most of the scripts featured were the scripts used to shoot the film, only the filmmakers decided to drop that one crucial bit of information right before filming so audiences would debate these scenes. For instance, the Groundhog Day script is pretty much the same as the one used to shoot only the entire magic curse scene was omitted on purpose to create a question for debate. Danny Rubin (writer of the film) didn't want to show the curse scene and originally wanted the movie to start in the middle of the loop, but Harold Ramis (director of film) insisted the scene be included in the script and the movie start before the time loop. So while it's true that early scripts generally don't count the scripts referred to in the article are very close to, if not the same as, the script used in shooting.
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Oh my god and that's Joanna Lumley from AbFab right above John Inman and in the sexy sweater in my post, I can't believe I didn't notice who those sweater models actually were! Thanks for making my day Hrothgar ;)
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Nice how you chose to ignore the word "supposedly" I purposely included to indicate this is not how I feel but rather a statement made by the herbal cigarette companies. Supposedly. Supposedly. Supposedly. Now you can't miss it Big O!
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People who constantly claim images are fake or Photoshopped are one of my biggest pet peeves as a blogger. What are you hoping to accomplish by making these claims? If you simply follow the link to her website or any of her other social media accounts you'll see tons of photos clearly taken during her travels, proving she really went to all the places featured in her Girl Eat World series. So why cry Photoshop when you don't know for sure? All this claim does is make you look like one of those people who think we never landed on the moon or that 9/11 never happened. Do some homework before you go around saying everything is fake!
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via- http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Trope

Above all, a trope is a convention. It can be a plot trick, a setup, a narrative structure, a character type, a linguistic idiom... you know it when you see it. Tropes are not inherently disruptive to a story; however, when the trope itself becomes intrusive, distracting the viewer rather than serving as shorthand, it has become a cliché.

Note that currently the Oxford English Dictionary actually recognizes the definition "a significant or recurrent theme; a motif", its earliest quotation for this meaning being from 1975. Merriam-Webster also somewhat recognizes this meaning, but twists it into "a common or overused theme or device: cliché", which seems unjustly condemning.

The next time you're looking for a place to talk trash and pick a fight via comment look somewhere else Travino, I really don't appreciate your snarky attitude.
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Congratulations Miss C, I hope the next decade of sharing your wonderful mind with the world is as good as the first! You've been a mentor and friend to me many times here on Neatorama and I'll never forget all the help you've given me over the years. Happy blogiversary, and keep on writin'!
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I couldn't agree with you more about Nestle rcxb, and I haven't bought a Nestle product for years. I also had pretty much the same reaction in regards to the rice. It seems like their economy is so screwed that making a few more cents here and there is enough to justify making and selling these fake foods. What really blows me away is how much time and effort they're putting in to faking these foods, don't they know that time is money?!
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They're staged photos that serve as recreations of what the living conditions were like for Geoff and his sister growing up in a hoarder's home.

They're essentially "art installations" if you want to think of them that way, but really the main point of the series (as I see it anyway) is to illustrate how a child learns to work around the massive mess when they live with a hoarder.

Since hoarders tend to be solitary and reclusive individuals it would be really hard to set up a photo shoot inside a hoarder's home, although I'm pretty sure the actual trash inside a hoarder's home would be a lot more disgusting than the piles presented in these photos.
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