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  1. You can't fix stupid....
  2. Obama is my 2nd favorite President. Secondly on to Abraham Lincoln
  3. Thoughts & prayers to George H.W. & Barbara Bush, both hospitalized :(

  4. You know I get a very STRONG feeling they're going to rebrand the ACA as something new and take credit for it. Just something that got me thinking.
  5. Yes please don't feed the troll, he crawled out from under his bridge looking for attention.
  6. Personally I don't see much chemistry with DJ and Matt at all. Matt is just annoying. Nah I think it's more they want to pimp their pet Matt/JB and nothing more. No other reason they wrote Steve the way they did.
  7. LMAO I love the British
  8. I think I have it set to that only people who I'm "Friends" with can send me a message. Keeps people you don't know from sending messages lol
  9. Something kind of uplifting.....awww *sniff*
  10. There's a great article from deadline on why the show was cancelled and this part of it says it all http://deadline.com/2017/01/girl-meets-world-season-4-netflix-cancelation-reasons-disney-channel-1201884818/ While this is all impressive, there was one flaw in the plan to reboot Boy Meets World — going against the natural tendency for followup series to draw an older average audience as they attract viewers of the original who have aged. While for its sequel, Full House migrated from a broadcast network, ABC, to an SVOD service, Netflix, which is driven by engaged audience – any audience — Boy Meets World went from ABC, which targets primarily adults 18-49, to the much younger skewing Disney Channel, which caters to kids 6-14. Nostalgia brought a lot of viewers, who had grown up with Full House, to Fuller House, and that worked just fine for Netflix, whose business model is based on subscriptions, not demos. Similarly, viewers who had watched and loved Boy Meets World on ABC, flocked to Girl Meets World, but the sequel had to lower, not raise the original series’ median age in moving to Disney Channel. While Girl Meets World did well with older teens and parents, it had difficulties connecting with younger kids, who did not find it relevant enough. Among Disney Channel’s target demographic, Girl Meets World was the network’s #5 series in Kids 6-11 and #3 in Tweens 9-14 for 2016. Since Disney Channel is ad-supported, not getting enough traction in the target demos the network sells is a problem.