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what if when you killed someone you gained their best trait

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Whenever I see blpak's xiaolinswaps I get ridiculously happy but then I suddenly thought “Clay swapped with Megan” and my brain kinda froze as it tried to comprehend what I just thought.

Filed under arts xiaolin showdown 'HEY GET AWAY FROM MY FISHBOTS' 'these robots are clearly based on bottlenose dolphins which are mammals not fish as dolphins do not breathe through gills but through lungs and are warm-blooded like other mammals and they give birth to live young and don't lay eggs so really you shouldn't be calling these fishbots neEERRRRRD'

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How Merv Griffin Came Up With That Weird Question/Answer Format for Jeopardy:

In 1963, television host and erstwhile actor Merv Griffin was flying back to New York City with his wife Julann, after a weekend visiting her parents in Michigan. Merv was looking at notes for a new game show, and Jul­ann asked if it was one of the knowledge-based games she liked.

“Since ‘The $64,000 Question,’ the network won’t let you do those anymore,” replied Merv. The rigging scandals of the 1950s had killed off American quiz shows, seemingly for good. “They suspect you of giving them the answers.”




“Well, why don’t you give them the answers? And make people come up with the questions?”
Merv didn’t know what she meant.
“OK, the answer is ‘5,280.’”
He thought a moment. “The question is, ‘How many feet in a mile?’”
“The answer is ‘79 Wistful Vista.’”
“‘Where did Fibber McGee and Molly live?’”
Those two simple questions changed TV history. [read more]

broadcastarchive-umd:

How Merv Griffin Came Up With That Weird Question/Answer Format for Jeopardy:

In 1963, television host and erstwhile actor Merv Griffin was flying back to New York City with his wife Julann, after a weekend visiting her parents in Michigan. Merv was looking at notes for a new game show, and Jul­ann asked if it was one of the knowledge-based games she liked.
“Since ‘The $64,000 Question,’ the network won’t let you do those anymore,” replied Merv. The rigging scandals of the 1950s had killed off American quiz shows, seemingly for good. “They suspect you of giving them the answers.”

“Well, why don’t you give them the answers? And make people come up with the questions?”

Merv didn’t know what she meant.

“OK, the answer is ‘5,280.’”

He thought a moment. “The question is, ‘How many feet in a mile?’”

“The answer is ‘79 Wistful Vista.’”

“‘Where did Fibber McGee and Molly live?’”

Those two simple questions changed TV history. [read more]

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pearls:

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i touched a dick once and it was the scariest thing in my life because it had a really cold head and i don’t know it wasn’t fun

sometimes the ‘i’ and ‘u’ shouldn’t be so close on the keyboard 

ive seen this post umpteen times and ive always thought that if you switched u and i around it wouldn’t make sense like “u touched a” and i literally just realised you meant duck and not dick i swear to god i am the biggest fucking idiot.

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