-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".
It means something different depending on age group:
0-3: Too young to understand
4-9: Best day of your life
10-14: Day you're treated better than usual
15-19: Day opposite sex is more likely to put out 20-death: Day to celebrate a year closer to death*
*Exceptions is with your 21st Birthday due to it being the legal age of adult and you are now considered old enough to consume alcohol legally and some age in your mid-sixties due to being old enough to retire.
Young child: YES!!!!! I'm now a year older!!!!
Pre-teen: Yes! Closer to a teenager
Teen: Hopefully a (member of opposite sex) will do me tonight
Adult (Normal): Hooray I'm a year closer to the grave.
Adult (21): TIME TO GET DRUNK!!!!!!
Adult (60s): Finally, I can retire
A bar specifically made for bikers. Usually found along the side of a highway in small towns or in the middle of nowhere. Common activities include drinking (obviously), playing of billiards and/or darts, music (either recorded or live), sitting around and talking, and looking at each other's motorcycles.
Biker bars have a reputation for being rough places. Do not enter one if you are an outsider; if need to enter one arises however, make sure you are dressed tough, not looking dorky, and always watch what you say.
My dad once dreamed of opening a biker bar in southern Illinois.
1. We had my young cousins over last night and had to sit through a Family-Friendly movie. Honestly it wasn't that bad and it was a lot more pleasant than school.
2. Conservative nutjob: Thanks to our efforts, we are on the way to creating a more family-friendly nation full of war but free from homosexuality, harmless drugs that would help our economy, music, and anything else that does not promote christianity unto everyone
Song by English Post-Punk band Joy Division from their Licht und Blindheit EP as well as at least one of their greatest hits albums. The song gained huge popularity when Nine Inch Nails did an amazing cover of it for the soundtrack to the 1994 movie The Crow.
Someone take these dreams away
that point me to another day.
A Duel of personalities
that stretch all true realities.
-From Dead Souls by Joy Division and later covered by NIN
An awesome 1992 album from legendary Industrial Metal group Ministry. Often known as "Psalm 69: The Way to Succeed and the way to suck eggs" or ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ (Greek for "Head" and "69"). The album contains two of Ministry's best known hits, "NWO", an anti-war song aimed at then-president George H.W. Bush, and "Just One Fix", which had legendary writer William S. Burroughs.
In order to knock the Justin Bieber out of Seth, I'm going to tie him in a chair, tape his mouth shut, and play Ministry's Psalm 69 album at full volume.