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"Ron Swanson" Responds To The Man Trying To Kill Net Neutrality Being A Huge "Parks And Rec" Fan

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is a huge fan of the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.

The driving force behind trying to repeal current net neutrality laws is such a fan, in an interview with  141 more words

Features

MovieDummies Podcast Season 2 Episode 19 - The Hero

This week, Joe, Matt and Angela talk about Angela’s favorite from 2017: The Hero. Sam Elliot kills it! But is the movie any good? Listen in to find out! 30 more words

Movie Review

The Hero

Sam Elliott isn’t allowed to act anymore. He can’t show up as a stunt-casting gimmick on “Will and Grace,” or in some throwaway action flick. He can’t even voice-over a barbecue sauce commercial. 71 more words

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FCC Chair Ajit Pai Loves Parks and Recreation. Ron Swanson Just Chastised Him for His Stance on Net Neutrality.

FCC chairman Ajit Pai has received his fair share of criticism for his plan to repeal the Obama Administration’s net neutrality regulations, but the most recent round of dissent might have hurt the most since it came from one of Pai’s personal heroes: the stoic libertarian national TV character treasure known as… 175 more words

Nick Offerman’s Full Bush: A Review

By: Robert Kyte

Photo by: Mikko Castaño

“Parents, if you brought your kids here tonight, now would be the time to cover their ears. But also, what the f**k is wrong with you?”. 799 more words

Lifestyle

Why Nick Offerman should be everyone's favorite person

All photos by Bree.

I caught another fantastic show at Milwaukee’s Riverside Theater this past Thursday. I’ve seen every episode of Parks and Recreation, so I was excited to see the actor who plays one of my favorite characters in the flesh. 386 more words

Celebrities

Film Review: "Infinity Baby" (2017) ★★

Indie movies always deserve our attention – no matter whether they are good or bad. Frankly speaking, if we don’t see a film, how shall we have a chance to know whether it was worth our time or not? 356 more words

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