Saturday, January 7, 2017

Because The "Dark & Gritty" Approach Has Served NBC-Universal So Wonderfully In The Past (The Failures Of the SyFy Channel's "Tin Man" And Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" - Galactica In Name Only Series)...

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...This brain dead corporation (NBC-Universal) has resurrected its failing..."Dark & Gritty"...formula once again for another misguided go round in the..."Wizard of Oz"...

"Game of Thrones"...meets..."Mad Max"...meets..."Torture Porn"...meets gloomy grey and cloudy overcast skies....meets apparent and rare location shooting in New Zealand with NBC-Universal footing the bill apparently on its own....meets boring as shit stock characters....meets that omnipresent and lingering (misguided) attitude of NBC-Universal over a decade old...

NBC-Universal: "Look at us!! Look at us!! Because we're dark & gritty, we're also very cool to 14 year old kids!!"

Within this entire..."Smorgasbord Mess"... however, NBC-Universal completely ignored the central fact that it was supposed to be telling a story about..."The Wizard of Oz"...

What the hell, right? NBC-Universal also forgot that it was supposed to be telling the..."Wizard of Oz"...story in the SyFy Channel's.."Tin Man"...from years back.

Most importantly. NBC-Universal completely overlooked (on purpose) the..."Battlestar Galactica"....story it was supposed to be telling in Ronald D. Moore's FAILED..."GINO" - (Galactica In Name Only)...series from a decade ago broadcast on the STILL SHITTY..."SyFy Channel"...

The necessity of this corporation (NBC-Universal) getting a swift kick in its..."Corporate Ass"... is endless decades overdue.

The tail of course, hides the uspeakable contents of the entire NBC-Universal corporation


Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on

And read the books at another location where Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers won't be able to post negative, misleading (stealth marketed) reviews of the books via them purchasing candy and Rogaine Foam on (allowing them access to the book review section) and not actually buying and reading the books.

I'll leave the other 200 locations under wraps for now.

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