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Unamusement Wishes


Everyone has wishes and dreams and other such things, that goes for blogs (or blog writers looking to ring out a label a bit more) so here are a few of Solve Unamusement's wishes for amusements to be good either again, or to continue.

This list of wishes goes as follows and is numbered for your convenience.

One: Solve Unamusement wishes Dr. Tran would answer more fan mail. The problem is that when something like Nail to the Gut is so damn funny that you want more and that can't always happen.

In the mean time you can read the Dr. Tran update journal which is where this was found and is worth a view if you have seen Fruit Hat on Youtube or somewhere else.

Two: Solve Unamusement wishes that Starship Troopers Three would play on TV so that people unwilling to buy it can witness the glory. Or the original film would play more often as it was on TNT the other day and just worth a sit-down even though the film is owned here (twice) on DVD.

In the mean time you could watch Starship Troopers Two on DVD and realize why everyone hated it or watch Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles if you want to be thrown into a coma over boredom.

Three: Solve Unamusement wishes that more TV marathons would play, like Bravo whoring out House and Spike doing it to the original CSI, even with Morpheus there. Other than the fact both shows center around unraveling a puzzle and figuring out the central solution which makes the most scientific sense, they both have awesome musical intros from real bands that are sexy and awesome like The Who & Massive Attack.

In the mean time you can listen to those full songs while you pretend to know why both shows are so popular or just channel flip because as time progresses the more likely that there will be at least three hour chunks of the show, somewhere. Much like NCIS and the not-so-good CSI spin-offs. (Especially that new one, which is god awful!)

Four: Solve Unamusement wishes finally that Yu-Gi-Oh the Abridge Series was funny again.

In the mean time, well you can't fix un-funny, try watching the original movie in abridged format. It might be worth a laugh or two if you were/are a big fan of the game and/or show.


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