Crime is so convenient, though!
Having needed once to get a new ID and security card I can honestly say I prefer a crime.
Though it doesn't take months, just a day of running around, about 40 $ and two weeks for the new security card to come by mail. Of course I live in a relatively small city so that probably helps.
Yeah, it's starting to feel like Willis wrote himself into a corner when it comes to this plot, which ultimately doesn't need to happen considering that all Becky and Joyce need to do is go up to whatever cops are at the house and explain the situation. Hell, the police already should have called Becky or Joyce or whoever to allow Becky to get her junk from home.
In any case, what I mean is that Willis is writing Joyce as a comic-relief bystander to the antics of Josh and Becky. Given how passionate Joyce has been about defending Becky, you'd be led to...
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Does /co/ like Ninjago?
I'll admit I haven't watched it since Season 2 ended, so I have no idea what's happened since then, also this is a series that would be so much better if it wasn't in the Lego style
What's /co/'s opinion on Larry Hama's Wolverine comics?
Been picking up these issues and have been enjoying them a lot.
I started at #66 and have been meaning to pick up as much as I can.
Have # 62, 63, 66-68 and am lookin to pick up other issues written by him, like #31-43, 45-53, 55-57, 61, & 64.
Any other issues I should look into?
It is surprisingly good. I mean if you think '90s Wolverine series' it had just about everything to go wrong but it's one of the best Marvel runs of the entire decade (granted, competition is a bit low). It's like if Maximum Carnage somehow managed to not be a hilarious 90s macho shitfest
Sorry for that shit OP image, here's that cover art at a higher resolution
What's the comfiest episode of Hey Arnold?
What does /co/ think of this movie?
Fun little adventure or a boring piece of shit?
What are your hopes for the Cloak & Dagger tv show?
Does this episode still hold up well?
Rick and Morty is a funny show, but it doesn't have any lasting effects with the jokes
guess that comes with having a pseudo improbed humor
it's funny the first and maybe second or third time, but after a couple reruns it just isn't that funny
Sort of but at the same time not really?
It's still a funny and great episode all around but part of what made it so good as it was is the fact you never expect it to go so south so quick. You don't see the rape scene coming let alone a complete tonal shift to reflect how fucked up it was.
But now that you have seen it you do see it coming so it won't give you that same punch as it did the first time.
Show in other shows thread
Also is there a name for them?
>Season 3 of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers opens with an appearance by Masked Rider, leading into his Spinoff
>Later on in Time Force, One of the Villains watches an episode of Masked Rider on TV
>Tonight, on an all new "Ducktective: Special Victims Unit"...
I find it funny how Spongebob is complete shit now, yet still finds ways to remain relevant (through memes and shit). Will Spongebob go away anytime soon?
Now see, the way to nurture children is to have a safe, stable, loving environment from which they will be able to grow and flourish under a gentle, guiding hand that tries to stem them down the correct path, all the while developing their own,unique world view and skill set. That's not to say you don't punish them when they are wrong, but instead correct any underlying problems that may have caused the choice they made in the first place and reinforce the positive consequences of their actions.
What are your thoughts... ummmm.... I'm sorry, I seem to have forgotten your name. That's not like me. I do apologize.
PROFESSOR MEMBRANE! THINK NOTHING OF IT, AS I ENJOY THIS DELICIOUS SANDWICH THAT I MADE
My viewpoint is that children live in a very harsh reality, one that does not become better the older you become. I provide them the necessary means of survival; food, clothing, entertainment, a shelter, doled affection, education, the basics needs of humanity. From there, I allow them to make their own choices and find their own lot in life. Happiness comes from those who seize it with their own two hands.
What are your thoughts, Professor?
Rick. It's just Rick. Don't let the *burrapppp* stylish lab coat fool you, though I am a man of science, my credentials don't stem from some hoitey-totey stick-up-their-ass money-grubbing babysitting "institution". My "philosophy" on kids is that their underdeveloped, annoying, growing testicular cancer levels of almost useless brain matter that serve no further purpose than to regurgitate other equally ridiculously idiotic creatures in a seemingly never ending cycle. I, I, I mean, you can't even EXPERIMENT on them without people getting up in arms about the "ethics" and "morality" of doing so! Sorry, sorry, a bit touchy and off subject, not something everyone is comfortable talking about. Look, at the end of the day, you teach them some shit, let them make dumb ass mistakes that their genetics won't allow them to make otherwise, and try not to get them killed, if you can help it. Uhhh... you, "Professor". Your thoughts,
even though I don't really give a shit.
Was he right?
It won't prevent a thing, Anon. Either the truth will get out and the world will comes for Ozzy's balls OR people will slowly forget New York City and go right back at eachother's throats.
Nothing Ozy did will amount to anything aside from a mountain of corpses.
>Introduce a character who by far has the most interesting power
>have him use it exactly once for absolutely nothing on consequence
>kill him immediately afterward
what the fuck was the point?
Why was this series allowed?
Why do you still give a shit, it's been 3 fucking years, Jesus Christ, go watch something you actually want to fucking watch.
Holy shit, has this seriously been on that long?
Wow I just realized that the actor for Dum Dum Dungan is the same guy who plays Damien Dahrk
Can we talk about 90's cartoon already!
If you wanna be anal about it, TMNT was an 80s cartoon, Digimon and Spongebob only barely count (since they premiered in 1999) and YuGiOh missed the date by two years.
Maybe Avatar too, but I dunno. Never gave a shit about that show.