The real lesson of The Blacklist is “never trust the government … even if you have to.” Not many shows are both anti-state in their narrative and enjoyable at the same time. The Blacklist, however, deserves to be watched. If there is one show that takes the government for what it is, i.e., a “bandit gang” as Rothbard called it, it would be The Blacklist.
I want to believe.
Hey @DirecTV, enough is enough. Enable Internet based guide data for receivers.
Get set for a live-action version of Transformers, as the company behind giant Japanese robot Kuratas has accepted a duel challenge from upstart US challenger MegaBot.
Did you ever rent or buy a movie knowing absolutely nothing about it ahead of time, to the point where you didn’t even know it had ever been released in theaters? You grabbed it only because it was in a genre you liked, and featured a good actor – and you thought “Meh. Might as well?”
I have an embarrassing confession to make. Despite having owned a computer since the age of 10 (Set the wayback machine to 1981), having upgraded and repaired too many PCs along the way to count, and having been in the IT business since 1990… I’ve never actually, you know… I’ve never built one from scratch….
And who underwrites their insurance?