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A TV network no one under 30 seemed to know existed before the premiers of Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead.
2007: Oh cool tonight Stripes is on-AMC? LOL I have no idea what channel that is.

2013: Oh cool tonight Stripes is on AMC, followed by episodes of Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead.
by GaaraoftheDamned March 04, 2013
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Common line uttered by King of the Hill character Hank Hill when his son Bobby acts in a way that irritates and/or confuses him.
That Boy Ain't Right

That's about all you need.
by Gaaraofthedamned February 29, 2012
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Charlie Sheen's character on Two and a half men. A hedonistic ladies man who works as a commercial jingle writer (and at least once a children's song writer). Harper was almost a mirror image of Sheen (the major difference being drug use, Sheen being a major user of most drugs whereas Harper only occasionally does weed, though still drinks a lot). Charlie does not enjoy the company of his mother Evelyn or brother Alan, but does occasionally enjoy hanging out with his nephew Jake (though does not hold back from making fun of his slow intelligence and frequent "toilet usage").

Sheen was fired from the show on March 7, 2011. For the upcoming ninth season, Harper will have been killed off in Paris after being hit by a train (reported as an accident but may have been done by wife/former stalker Rose due to her catching him with another woman). His house will be purchased by Walden Schmidt (played by Ashton Kutcher).
Charlie Harper was the heart of Two and a half men. Even if Kutcher's character is twice as funny, it still won't be able to replace him.
by Gaaraofthedamned August 10, 2011
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The video sharing site that allows you to "broadcast yourself". Launched in 2005 and purchased by Google in 2006, the site was good until around late 2008/early 2009 when Youtube started acting more like a dictatorship, enforcing stupid copyright rules, forcing users to adapt to new designs and formats they don't want, eliminating user groups, and requiring users to sit through ads before letting them watch their video. If you are thinking of starting an account I urge you to reconsider. If you currently have an account, I would consider deleting it and not returning until Youtube agrees to return to the way things worked from around 2005-mid 2008.
Youtube has gone to hell since Google took over. They want to kick the everyday you and me users off the site and only allow popular people like Fred and Rebecca Black to post videos. To the YT heads, if you don't pay money, you aren't worth their time.
by Gaaraofthedamned January 04, 2012
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A very dark and experimental genre of music. The genre was first created by Throbbing Gristle in the 1970's. The sound is characterized by drone-like noises in an ambient style and frequent use of found objects and electronic instruments (mainly the keyboard and computer programming but electric guitars, bass, and drums are found in it). Industrial music became more well-known when the genres of Industrial Rock and Industrial Metal first came into being. Fans of Industrial music are called rivetheads though Industrial is very popular with straight up Goths.

Contrary to what some people say, bands like Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, KMFDM, and some works of Marilyn Manson ARE in fact Industrial. Though these bands have had at least one period of mainstream exposure, they remain relativley underground compared to a lot of other musicians, not to mention a lot of them are back in the underground (while NIN and Manson have performed in stadiums before, they mostly play in smaller venues that barely hold more than 500-1000 people). Bands like the above mentioned ones are great for starting out with Industrial, though if you want to become serious about it you should also check out bands like Controlled Bleeding, Whitehouse, and Coil.
When you listen to Industrial Music, whether it be Throbbing Gristle's "20 Jazz Funk Greats" or Ministry's "The Land of Rape and Honey", you get a certain satisfaction and creative feeling you can't get from most other music.
by Gaaraofthedamned May 22, 2011
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One of the greatest but most underrated characters on Futurama. Known for being completely golden, always lying down, even while walking, almost always munching on grapes, and always rejoicing at anything and everything that brings him entertainment or pleasure.
Some of Hedonism Bot's best quotes are:

I apologize for nothing!

Surgery in an opera? How wonderfully decadent! And just when I was beginning to lose interest... Djambi, the chocolate icing!

Oh, sirrah, how deliciously absurd!
by Gaaraofthedamned June 02, 2011
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From 1981-1997, MTV was a great network, playing great (and sometimes not so great) music and good programming, most notably Beavis and Butthead. However, around 1997, MTV started focusing on Pop music, shifting away from the Rock music that made them famous, and canceling Beavis and Butthead (though fortunately brought it back in 2011). While MTV did air decent reality shows in the early part of the 21st century like Jackass and Viva La Bam, it was mainly focused on crap-tacular programs like Room Raiders. Then in 2009 started the era of their worst programs-crap like Teen Mom, 16 and Pregnant, and worst of all Jersey Shore. MTV is now a network of complete filth and is in need of a complete overhaul.
MTV was once a great network for music but now focuses on the most mind-numbing crap imaginable.
by Gaaraofthedamned March 02, 2012
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