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2012 brings new things to discover as well as uncertainty about the future. It also brings more of that 2012 doomsday BS that has been running rampant the past few years, despite common sense and scientists actually proving that the predicted Mayan doomsday will not happen! But that still doesn't stop idiots like Discovery Channel, History Channel, Patrick Geryl and other morons from continuing to shove their doomsday shows and books down our throats!

Since the world will end in 356 days from now (we are in a leap year, so we have the 29th of February), I've decided to have my own fun with this "phenomenon". Don't worry, I'm not going to talk about how the earth will suddenly reverse its magnetic fields or anything like that. I lack the intelligence to make sense of that stuff.

The reason for this title if I'm not going to talk about 2012? A certain 80's song that critics think is probably the worst song in history.
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Stuff from Top Gear that I really DON'T want to try!

Posted March 24th, 2010 at 08:26 PM by Mario The World Champion (The Final Countdown!)

While Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May do a lot of amusing stuff on Top Gear, there are a lot of things they do that make me wonder why in the hell did they even think about doing that?!! Mostly, the Top gear offices have a hand in it, but they are usually the ones to go ahead and do it while The Stig just sits back and wonders what the hell are those guys doing?

So, here are a few things from Top Gear that I WOULD NOT DO! Not even if you paid me.

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Stuff from Top Gear that I really want to do!

Posted December 12th, 2009 at 12:36 PM by Mario The World Champion (The Final Countdown!)

I enjoy watching Top Gear on BBC America a lot. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and the Stig provide an endless supply of amusement as they fool around with really fast cars. Whether they race against a dude trying to cross a mud filled river or sending a Mini Cooper with rockets down a ski jump, it's all funny stuff.

So after watching a bunch of episodes in which the guys do some really wacky stuff, there are a few of them I'd really like to attempt to try in no particular...
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BBC America: Good TV

Posted April 22nd, 2009 at 09:34 PM by Mario The World Champion (The Final Countdown!)

I don't watch much TV these days. Most of the stuff they have on these days are reality show and they all suck. The only channels I have been watching are Speed TV, Food Network, Discovery Channel, TLC and Animal Planet.

However, there's one channel I've been watching a lot of these days. And it's all thanks to the Brits across the pond: BBC America.

BBC Worldwide's American branch hosts a lot of good programs. I remember watching this channel when they showed Monty...
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