's sunday night line-up. Went through different phases/names before settling on the current one. Played great shows in the past like The Simpsons
, King of the Hill
, and even non-animated shows like Malcolm in the Middle
. Unfortunately the programming block has been ruined by many mistakes:
-The ongoing of The Simpsons to the point where it is unfunny
-The cancellations of Futurama, Malcolm in the Middle, and King of the Hill
-Seth Macfarlane's domination of the block: As of May 2011 there are four shows on the block and three of them are Macfarlane's (and he currently has a fourth one in production)
I haven't watched the Animation Domination sunday night block on FOX since they cancelled "King of the Hill".
A fat disgusting pig of a human who hates music and enjoys destroying great music stations for his own financial gain. Current CEO of Merlin Media and former CEO of Chicago-based Tribune Co. Michaels became public enemy number one in Chicago
in June 2011 after it was announced he had purchased alternative radio station Q101
and planned to turn it into a news/talk station. The station's staff was let go on July 14th and the station became a news station later that month.
"My favorite radio format has always been spoken radio"
"As music moves to the ipod
, it's time for news radio to move to FM"
-both quotes from Randy Michaels, who is one of the most hated men in Chicago
Music that just does not sound good. Simple as that.
Everyone's views on what music is terrible varies, but basically about all modern day/mainstream rap music
(maybe except Eminem
) is a terrific example of terrible music.
I had to move out of my apartment because my neighbor was always playing terrible music.
Updates, repairs, etc. done irregularly buy Youtube
. In order to perform such maintenance's the site must be all but totally shut down, meaning you can watch videos on the site but you cannot comment on a video, favorite a video, send a video, or rate a video. You also cannot send anyone a message, post a comment on someone's channel, send a friend invite, or subscribe to someone.
In the past Youtube posted messages warning users about maintenance that evening, but after major page redesigns the only message that appeared was the one informing you maintenance was currently in progress, but now they've eliminated that too, meaning the only way you know is when you can't do anything but watch vids.
I tried to favorite this Nine Inch Nails
vid, but due to Youtube Site Maintenance it won't let me. I'll have to do it when I get home from school tommorow
A person, often an adult in their 40s or 50s, who resides in any suburb of a major city and holds the firm belief everything they and their family need is in their suburb and others surrounding it and rarely, if ever, venture into the core city, either out of fear of being a victim of a crime (even if they live near a city with low crime rates) or out of contempt for the cities mostly liberal/open-minded view points that clash with their staunch conservative ideas.
Militant suburbanites are not very common in communities within 15 miles of the core city and make up less than half a metro area's population, but they are not common to spot, as they feel the need to conform to whatever their neighbors and/or coworkers are doing. Militant Suburbanites that do venture into the city usually tend to stick to the most crowded areas of the city and will avoid any form of public transportation.
There are three levels of Militant Suburbanite:
Level 1-most willing to venture into a core city, though only do so for certain occasions, usually being sporting events, some concerts and conventions/trade shows/conferences, travel (driving through in a car, heading to the airport, etc.) and work, if their job is in the city. All other entertainment and shopping they feel can be done in the suburbs.
Level 2-will venture into the core city from time to time, but usually only for work and travel
Level 3-rarest of all. Is absolutely not willing to venture into the core city at all. They will go out of their way to not find a job there and will even refuse to drive through there on the highway.
Used to define a suburb of a big city that shares borders with it and, thus, acts more like a neighborhood of the city rather than it's own community.
Inner suburbs tend to have more nightlife, independent stores, and overall fun things to do than most normal suburbs, though (obviously) usually still have much less than the actual city. They also tend to have at least one decent mode of transportation into the city itself.
Yonkers, NY, Evanston, IL, Santa Monica, CA, and Cambridge, MA are all good examples of Inner Suburbs
A bullshit organization who claims to be working to protect the sanctity of marriage but in reality all they do is work to make sure LGBT
people are denied all possible rights and continue to be treated as second-class citizens
, and go after any and all groups/individuals/companies who voice support for gay rights/marriage to try and convert them to their bullshit beliefs.
The National Organization for Marriage should really rename themselves the National Organization for Fascism, because really that's what they're trying to accomplish.