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Some of the decisions they have made over the years (cancelling popular shows, supporting activity on their shows which is questionable [I'm looking at you Ghosthunters!],and a name change to call out just three) would lend credence to a case to having some of the decision makers at Slyfy committed.
And now that Comcast has bought NBC lets see what further ways they can ruin a channel that was formed for a specific viewer.
I noticed during the last show that the producers can't spell. They spelled color as colour … hahahaha. Sorry Drake, couldn't resist!
Not being a brit…but coming from a nation that has produced four Nobel prize winners for literature perhaps George Bernard Shaw's observation that "America and the UK are two nations divided by a common language" is funny but true ! /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' /> /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' /> /smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
No problem KK! I was teasing our friend Drake, who lived in the UK.
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Sorry, I arrived back to this thread a bit late. While I'm aware of most common language differences now, I'm still trying to get used to some of the lesser known differences between American English and UK English, (despite having lived in the USA for several years!) Almost every day I come across new subtle differences between the two countries – today's nugget of information I picked up is that Americans rarely use the word "Whilst", preferring instead to just use "While" instead. ("Whilst" is considered archaic outside the UK, but is still commonly used there and would have been my choice of word when required until now.)
How about "amongst" instead of among? lol
OK, so on another note, what did everything think of the last episode? It really blew my mind in a big way.
What could explain a liquid moving from down to up and side to side? This was one of the most bizarre paranormal cases I've ever heard of.
I sort of ran into Paranormal Witness last week. Didn't even know it existed until my son flip the channel and started to watch it.
I was surprised because I did really like it. I had to keep checking to make sure, and yep it was syfy…hmmmm, an actual show that I like that seems to have grasp my curiousity? Well how about that? A paranormal show worth watching unlike the other one on syfy (yep, I am looking at you Ghost Hunters /laugh.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='' /> )
I am going to check out the other eps if I can find them. /ph34r.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':ph34r:' />
Definitely a bizarre episode. Strange thing about it was there were so many witnesses…..course….it is a tv show.
I guess if there really are demons out there….I would imagine they could do anything they wanted….such as making it rain from down to up, side to side, or round and round.
As it's TV I don't have a clue how much (if anything) is actually based in fact, but watching the episode purely for entertainment was very enjoyable indeed. This was a very good story too; a possession story presented in quite an original way.
I was confused though, as the description for the show on my DVR stated that two stories were to be featured, (I forget the title of the second story), although the full hour of broadcast was taken up with the possession story. Was the finale supposed to be a two hour show, so is the second story going to air this week?
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