Joined 8 years ago
What could be better than a lively debate about your favorite pop culture topic? I love to discuss, debate, and yes, even argue, about everything, including movies, tv shows, comics, music, books, and more.
And what better place to do this than the internet, the one forum where everyone has a voice and gets to share their opinion? If I only got to debate (read:argue) with the limited number of people that I know personally, I would go insane. So, I decided to include (read:annoy) the rest of the world as well. Lucky...
This will be your source for "best of" lists, reviews, recommendations, opinions, and everything else you didn't care to read about but decided to check out anyway with an enthusiastic, "Ugh, alright...I'll read it. Just stop bothering me." So, thank you for your fervent support. I won't disappoint you....probably. Well, we'll see. I mean, I'm not a psychic, am I?
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