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As a life-long geek it amazes me that it appears the geeks have truly inherited the Earth at long last. If you had told me years ago that we would have comic book movies being all the major tentpole summer releases, and one of the highest rated comedies on TV (The Big Bang Theory) would… read more

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Before I delve in to this episode of 30 Days, let me just say the press reports of Morgan giving up on day 21 were BS. Nice work once again journalists! He did leave at 28 days, but that was in occurdance with serving 85% of your sentance. Morgan Spurlock, series creator, did his one… read more

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This weeks 30 Days placed pro-choice Jennifer, a 29 year old woman with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology that works in a women’s health clinic, in a Christian, pro-life maternity home named His Nesting Place. During her 30 days there, she is supposed to follow the house rules, work in the pregnancy crisis center and… read more

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Why did it take me almost a week to write about the fourth episode of 30 Days season 2? Because it might have been this season’s Binge Drinking Mom episode. Tom Collett is a 37 year old transportation salesman and he has a temper. He get’s stressed, and blows up at little things, so he… read more

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The third episode of 30 Days is another one of those sticky subjects that’s difficult to approach for someone who likes to remain neutral for business reasons. There was a lot here though, so let’s get going. Meet Brenda, a 47 year old mother from Kansas with multiple degrees and a Ph.D in psychology. Brenda… read more

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I just finally got around to watching this episode of 30 Days today due to my hectic schedule this week. It was well worth the wait though! Meet Chris Jorbin, a 37 year old from Mount Vernon,NY who, until recently, was employed as a computer progreammer. Recently Chris was let go when his company decided… read more

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YAY! 30 Days is back! Frank George is a 55 year old from Mojave,CA. He was born in Cuba and immigrated to the USA when he was 7. Now Frank is a US citizen and he believes, strongly, that illegal immigration is wrong. He has gone so far as to join the Minutemen Project, patrolling… read more

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Morgan Spurlock’s series 30 Days wrapped up it’s first season with a look into binge drinking. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, from Wikipedia: Binge drinking is commonly defined as drinking alcohol solely for the purpose of intoxication. However, it is quite common for binge drinking to apply to a social situation, creating… read more

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Morgan Spurlock’s penultimate episode to the first season of 30 Days ended up having a close to home connection to me, and I didn’t even know it! (more on that later) This weeks episode focused on taking two fossil fuel loving New Yorkers, and taking them to an Eco-Village to see how they did being… read more

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Sorry for the delay folks. The day of the London bombings didn’t seem like the best day to post something so trivial as a summary of a reality show. This week on Morgan Spurlock’s 30 Days, 24 year old Ryan Hickmott, a devout Christian, former Army soldier and conservative from Michigan, travelled to San Fransisco’s… read more

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This week on Morgan Spurlock’s 30 Days, 33 year old David Stacy, a die-hard Christian, moved from his home in West Virgina to Dearborn, MI to live as a Muslim. To give you an idea of his starting point, Morgan asks him what does he think of when he thinks of Muslims, his response is… read more

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Last week I mentioned that Morgan Spurlock’s new series, 30 Days, might run the risk of being predictible. This weeks episode, Anti-Aging, was predictible only in the sense I was sure the man using the steroids would have some negative side-effects, but I could have never predicted how severe they would be. This was the… read more

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