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For real though, I feel like if there was a movie of WTNV, the trailer’s background noise would literally just be the emergency broadcast radio noise

visually, you’d be given people smiling at each other and kissing or picking up their kids or just generally being benign, but the background noise would be that fucking sound. Idk I think it’d give the correct level of fun-happy versus uncomfortable and eerie.

Microman was a Japanese toyline (which used the same mold from Hasbro’s G.I. Joe action figures).  By 1980, a Microman spin-off called Diaclone featured action figures that sat inside scale-model vehicles that transformed into humanoid robot bodies.  A 1983 update brought a line of actual-size items like microcassettes, toy guns and toy cars that turned into robots.

Hasbro brought the idea to the United States.  The success of it’s G.I. Joe marketing campaign, which included a TV cartoon series, prompted the company to create a series to promote the new robot toys.  

Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions launched “Transformers” in September 1984.  Here is the main title sequence from the first season:

The success of the series led to “The Transformers: The Movie,” released in 1986.  The storyline of the TV series’ third season picked up at the end of the movie.

The series aired in syndication for four seasons, ending in 1987 with in 98 episodes.

The series was rerun from 1993 to 1995 as “Generation 2,” featuring computer-generated main titles and scene transitions. 

The original series is available on DVD. 

Source: Wikipedia (Transformers (TV Series))

you could be sad about your otp but consider:

  • one making awful breakfast for the other and the other eating it because they appreciate it that much
  • one putting their ridiculous music on in the car and singing along while the other sits in the passenger seat with their head in their hands
  • the two of them going down to the beach and one getting sunburned really badly so the other slathers them with aloe gel when they get home
  • one getting home from work later than the other and stretching out on top of them like a big lazy cat while they sit on the couch in front of the tv
  • one inexplicably bringing home an animal and refusing to drop it at the shelter so they and the other have to take care of it
  • the both of them going out to a park and getting ice cream to sit with and eat on a bench
  • one sending memes to the other while they’re at work so much they turn their phone off in exasperation
  • one giving the other their jacket and not getting it back from the other until it stops smelling like them

Doctor Who Confidential: David Tennant Per Episode

New New Doctor (2x01)

Can you help us out and name this actress? Here are your clues:

(1) The photo was taken of a scene from The Bell Telephone Hour on August 11, 1964. Courtesy of the Billy Rose Theatre Division at The New York Public Library.

(2) From Wikipedia

The Bell Telephone Hour (also known as The Telephone Hour) was a long-running concert series that began April 29, 1940, on NBC Radio and was heard on NBC until June 30, 1958. Sponsored by Bell Telephone as the name implies, it showcased the best in classical and Broadway music, reaching eight to nine million listeners each week. It continued on television from 1959 to 1968. Throughout the program’s run on both radio and television, the studio orchestra on the program was conducted by Donald Voorhees.

Now, let the games begin…

Love theater? Check out hundreds more photographs of theatrical productions from the Billy Rose Theatre collection from NYPL over at DPLA. 

In a sweeping opinion on Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision that the fledgling TV service Aereo violated copyright laws, in a big victory for television networks. The Justices said the cloud computing business is unaffected by the decision.

The ruling effectively ends Aereo as a viable business model, even though the Court had remanded the case back to a lower court.

“Aereo performs petitioners’ works publicly within the meaning of the Transmit Clause,” said Justice Stephen Breyer, writing for the majority.

“We must decide whether respondent Aereo, Inc., infringes this exclusive right by selling its subscribers a technologically complex service that allows them to watch television programs over the Internet at about the same time as the programs are broadcast over the air. We conclude that it does,” Breyer said.

“The proper course is not to bend and twist the Act’s terms in an effort to produce a just outcome, but to apply the law as it stands and leave to Congress the task of deciding whether the Copyright Act needs an upgrade,” said Justice Antonin Scalia in his dissent.

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Ranking NHL Broadcasters, From Jack Edwards To Daryl Reaugh And Everybody In Between


John Kelly, Darren Pang, Bernie Federko - St. Louis Blues: Kelly and Pang are very good, though Pang tends to allow his Blues bias to creep into his analysis, especially on penalty calls and questionable plays. There’s no doubt Pang knows the game, but sometimes gets pulled into being a fan when he’s detailing a replay.

Kelly calls the game with a very fast cadence which is outstanding for close and exciting games, but is tough to listen to during yawners. Federko’s contributions to the team are exactly the same as Denis Potvin above. Federko knows hockey and is more concerned with the viewer knowing how much he knows.”

See the rest of the NHL broadcasters’ rankings here.