On today's date in The Beacon archives, we published:•The myth of Obama’s “blunders” and “weakness” (2011)
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Posted by The Dean of Cincinnati
Guest post written by Kyle Morrow
There have been so many times that I’ve watched The Big Bang Theory and just gone completely blank for a second when they start talking about all of the science stuff. But I guess that all the science stuff is part of the show and kind of holds the whole plot together so they have to include that stuff in there. Regardless of those times when I just go so blank, I love the show and have been watching it since the very beginning.
I was online checking out some screen capture videos of the season’s premiere episode, I ran across some info on direct tv internet and after I showed it to my husband, I decided to change over our service to it.
For me, the Big Bang Theory premiere was a huge deal. I set my DVR up and made sure to clear my schedule so I could watch it without any problems. I even turned off my cell phone during it, which is a huge deal for me! I wish that I could do that every week it comes on, but I’ll do it as often as I can.
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