Wednesday, May 28, 2014
The Don't Listen to Harry Program Post
So we all Love Harry but I hafta admit he can't pick a good TV show to save his life. So in the hopes of getting him on track I am going to list the best TV shows to watch this season.
1. Supernatural - Ya know this show is totally make believe and while I admit they go a little too far making light of some Christian Religious beliefs I simply cannot stop watching. A lot of muscle cars, hot chicks in every episode, that redhead from "The Guild" on every once in a while and all kinds of violence against mystical creatures. What's not to love? Why they even have zombies in it occasionally and there was an episode with a unicorn that had a rainbow coming out it's rear end. I almost died laughing. My one criticism or complaint is that if it was me and I saw some demon or ghost or whatever it would be oozing puss with worms crawling out it's eye balls while these guys would manage to find the one hot chick demon or whatever. It just isn't fair.
I think they just ended the shows 11th season last week.
2. Game of Thrones - I simply love this show too. Why? Well it is a nice change of pace from the typical multi-Cult brain washing coming out of the entertainment industry these days. There is a lot of very immoral behavior going on but at least everyone gets what they deserve in the end and the writers aren't trying to ram some social engineering topic down your throat clandestinely. More or less. If you have the capacity for deep thinking and enjoy picking out the subtle hints and overall political scheming this show can't be beat. It also helps if you like boobs I might add.
You know a show is good when the bad guys are so bad people cheer on forums when they die. It also has the house slogan "Winter is Coming". I mean c'mon. Oh and the Queen of Thorns I really like that woman and her grand daughter is hot too.
3. Vikings - Ok Harry did pick this one, although I think he picked it for backwards non-Alpha male reasons :) Still it may do him some good. This show isn't without it's multi-cult pressure fantasies but since it's about Vikings and they kinda have to stay somewhat close to historically accurate (or what is generally accepted anyway) there isn't too much damage they can do. At least we haven't seen them put any of the mythical shield maidens in chainmail bikinis yet. Actually what am I saying that might be a good thing. I mean if they just have to put em there and all.
Interestingly enough though my one biggest complaint with the show is that they put Ragnar's kids out of order and actually followed the crippled theory of Ivar the Boneless. The theory I like is the one that he was named the Boneless because he could seemingly twist and contort his body to get out of any blow thrown at him. I have seen people who can do that and it is an awesome skill to behold and if they carry on with the show would have been exceptional. Ivar eventually goes on to lead most of the Viking raids over England and Ireland and fights many battles so that's why I go with the contortionist theory.
4. The darkhorse sleeper show that I am not 100% sure about yet but so far I like is one called "The 100". This is a sci-fi post apocalyptic show that takes place 97 years after Earth is supposedly destroyed by nukes. Some unspecified number of humans are living on a big space station and it is breaking down so they send 100 of their young criminals (Keep in mind it don't take much to be a criminal on the station and all crimes are punishable by immediate death by airlock unless your under 18). So they send these kids to Earth to see if they can survive.
Talk about Lord of the Flies on steroids LOL.
This show so far doesn't seem to have any multi-cult programing built in. They seem to treat each and every race equally without attempting to shove some Black hero down our throats. They had a Black male co-main kinda character and I was just waiting for them to make sure the cute blond fell in love with him and then they killed him off. Not only did they kill him off it was a little girl who knifed the guy in the throat.
This show is complete with all kinds of post apocalyptic messages of intra-group relations, survival, and of course some drama but so far all of that seems to be NORMAL stuff.
I have to admit I really cannot find any hidden agenda stuff to complain about with this show. They do a lot of stupid stuff yes but there is no "socialism is good" or more importantly "All White Men are evil" stuff so far. I really like it but I am only up to the fourth show.
So those our my pics for quality television entertainment, but I am a realist at heart. Admittedly "the 100" has an advantage because of it's premise but they have done a good job so far.
Keep Prepping Everyone!!!