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So the first nothing thread on herre is right here. :) 

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audiophile

and so nothing was born! re-again

let me be the first to say

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yeah mean!

speaking of.. hurry the fuck up season 3

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Adam Madd

when is it due out?

I haven't even finished season one yet.  lol

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audiophile

really ? it was due out at one point in ... i think July last year.. that didn't happen and we've been waiting ever since
but yeah all for the making it as shit hot as possible

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liberabit

I finished s2 over the w'end.  hopefully they don't take as long as they are taking with the second season of Firefly

so how do you change your profile pic?

don't say that I need to link this to fb

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oh man, and this merges replies, how am I meant to spam my post count up with that happening

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Adam Madd

I read that they are going to do a second season of firefly  now as long as wheedon agrees to it. 

Go to your profile (top right corner on a computer, in the menu under account on a mobile) and you can edit your profile from there and upload any pic u want. No need to link to facebook if you don't want to

 

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audiophile

yeh it really is taking forever... on the other hand though TWD is back on! sweeeeet

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Adam Madd

Yeah i gathered TWD was back given it was a "trending topic" on facebook yesterday.  Watched the latest ep yet?

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audiophile

yeh got on to it yesterday... was well impressed with the mid season return

but seriously what the hell is with this "mid season finale" bullshit we have to put up with now.... its a god damn oxymoron!

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AnnaBodanna

hey everyone!  saw this topic was "hot" so here i am :);):P

ahaha

i didn't know TWD was back!  Thanks for letting me know.  And i totally agree, what the hell is with this whole half a season crap???  Just do the whole season and stfu

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audiophile

funny how if you google "mid-season finale" no walking dead or zombie related keywords and yet its all TWD results, we're being taken for a ride

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AnnaBodanna

Maybe its the start of something bigger.  Where all series' have mid-season finale's to drum up interest?  *conspiracy*

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audiophile

I blame Negan but it was probably Lucille's idea

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AnnaBodanna

She just needs to bat her eyelids, and people fall to the ground

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liberabit

I've only seen about one and a half episoides of TWD, but I love Rick's jokes.  especially the one about the RHCP.

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you can find the RHCP joke in amongst these:

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Adam Madd

I bet there's more than NOTHING going on there ???

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Adam Madd

Morning! Here's a photo of a long thing and a pussy

 

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