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Who said you can't coin your own term? What is "Boning the Fish"? It's a moment. A defining moment when you know that your favorite TV Show, Celebrity, Movie Series or Music Group has reached its peak. That instant you know from now on...it's all downhill. Some call it a climax of sorts. We call it "Boning the fish". From that moment on things will simply never be the same.

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Doonesbury - Random Topics
Trudeau's wit has always been a bit too meat-cleaverish for my taste. ("Subtle" and "understated" are not familiar concepts to him.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 30, 2011, 4:04 am

Sea Monkeys - Random Topics
Even as a kid I thought this was ridiculous (and in fact kind of creepy). However, I really wanted a pair of those X-Ray Specs that were marketed by the same dude. Mainly, though, I dreamed about my parents buying me one of those cool miniature submarines advertised in comic books. ("Over 7 Feet Long!" "Fires Rockets and Torpedoes!") But noooooo - they couldn't spring for the measly $6.98, the dirty cheapskates, so I had to find other ways to one-up the other kids in the neighborhood. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 30, 2011, 3:37 am

1980s - Random Topics
I agree with Stephanie on the perspective depending on the age of the judge and on how kind or cruel the decade was to that judge. I also agree with her on the music of the '80s, much of which was very good indeed. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 30, 2011, 2:41 am

Paparazzi - Random Topics
Here's a thought: As we all know, hate-crime laws exist to add an extra bit of weight to a criminal sentence. (Beat someone up to steal his wallet, you get five years; beat him up because he's gay and you don't like gay people, you get ten years; and so on.) Wouldn't it be helpful if we had a sort of reverse hate-crime penalty scale which applied to these tabloid vultures? To whit: Beat up a regular person - five years; beat up a National Enquirer photographer who is harassing you and your family - $50 fine. End of problem. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 30, 2011, 2:34 am

Liberalism - Random Topics
A question about topics like this: Does anyone have an idea as to what percentage of the politically divisive subjects on BTF are submitted by members whose sole purpose in doing so is to enable them to express their opposition to those subjects? It's a shame we can't access the identities of the individuals who create these BTF subjects; it would say alot if the person who first submitted ten different prominent Democrats as discussion topics was an ultra-opinionated Republican who hates all ten of them and was eagerly seeking an excuse to tell us so. (For example, I seriously doubt that the person who first submitted this topic - "liberalism" - is a liberal, or that the person who submitted "conservatism" is a conservative.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 30, 2011, 2:19 am

Sylvester Stallone - Celebrities
I agree that Stallone was quite good in Cop Land, and I suspect that if he'd done more films of that nature, and fewer of the cartoonish movies he tends to end up in (or create for himself), he'd have earned a good deal of respect by now as a credible serious actor. (Interestingly, he has claimed that Cop Land hurt his career.) As for the question of boning, I'm not sure that the normal Bone Laws apply to a guy like Stallone. He is who he is, and as long as he makes movies that decent numbers of folks in his target consumer groups will pay to see, he's still some distance away from those fish. (The fact that both the Rambo and Rocky franchises were concluded in a competent and profitable manner didn't hurt.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 30, 2011, 1:59 am

South Park - TV Shows
Just found out that the infamous episode 201 (that poked fun at the media's reluctance to depict Mohammed) is still censored on the recent DVD, even though it was advertised as being uncensored. And then when Trey & Matt tried to explain the situation on the commentary track, the lawyers bleeped that out, too! The terrorists won. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on April 29, 2011, 10:31 pm

Los Angeles - Random Topics
Been out here for four years and leaving next month. A sprawling wasteland of smog, traffic, plastic, flakes and everything is overpriced and expensive. Sunshine and beaches can only go so far sometimes. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on April 29, 2011, 7:48 pm

Jeopardy! - TV Shows
Such a simple concept...such a brilliant concept. Thank you Merv Griffin for the greatest game show in the history of television. -- Submitted By: (dcvianc) on April 29, 2011, 7:26 pm

IHOP - Random Topics
I never thought I'd say this but...PREACH IT, SOGGY!!! :-D -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 7:18 pm

High School - Random Topics
Wholeheartedly agree with the last three comments. That is all. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 7:16 pm

Michael Jordan - Celebrities
MJ was my favorite player, to such a degree I literally stopped caring about the NBA after he retired--the second time. Let's not pretend he was a saint off the court though. But at the same time, all his off court excesses look tame compared to NBA players and people in general today. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 7:13 pm

Law - Random Topics
Haha, I knew Soggy would disagree :-) But seriously, there's a direct correlation between the liberal takeover of America in the 60s and the increasing ineffectiveness of the rule of law since, to the point where even non-celebs today get away with anything and everything. What's the point of even having law if it's always going to be circumvented? -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 7:10 pm

Zero Tolerance Policies - Random Topics
Zero tolerance policies wouldn't be needed if everyone just enforced current laws and rules already in existence. But that doesn't even come close to happening today, so you get this zero tolerance thing which it turns out isn't enforced half the time either. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 7:07 pm

Commercials - Random Topics
Commercials boned for good when Tivo was invented. From that point on, ad execs just assumed everyone had Tivo and would always just skip through the commercials so they literally stopped trying to make them even remotely watchable and started making them as dumb and obscene as possible because again, they just assume nobody notices. Which defeats the whole purpose of even having commercials, go figure. BTW Congress actually did something right for once and passed a law forcing ads to stop being so loud, but after a few weeks of conforming to the new law it seems they're right back to the loudness again. BTW it was based on being as loud as "the loudest point of a show" so if you're watching an action show with, say, one loud explosion or bang then somehow ad makers though it was okay for *all* commercials to be as loud as that. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 7:05 pm

Thanksgiving - Random Topics
Soggy, my family's not like that either. But if you can't see the reality of how the American nuclear family is being rendered nearly extinct--by design--then I don't know what to tell you. As far back as the 80s half the kids I knew had parents who were divorced, to the point where my high school counselor felt she had to ask me if *mine* were divorced before graduation for seating arrangements or some such. And it's far worse now. Now people can;t even stay in a relationship, period. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 6:58 pm

Woodstock - Random Topics
No doubt about it, the 60s and the Baby Boomers were the beginning of America's decline and eventual end. Everything bad we see and know today had its roots back then. My mom's even admitted it. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 6:53 pm

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
HA!!! I KNEW the truth about him would come out!!! Folks, the Bieber from the link below is the REAL him. Everything else is just a carefully concocted persona for the cameras. I knew it all along!!! -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 6:49 pm

Family Guy - TV Shows
Family Guy started out as an irreverent, but sweet, send up to television and pop culture as well as a half-way decent sitcom. Seth MacFarlane was taking the work he did with Cartoon Network and made it more adult oriented. Much to many people's dismay, it was canceled after three seasons. Then, Fox made the mistake of bring it back. After about two or three years, MacFarlane seemed to have lost his comedic sensibilities. Jokes ran on way too long and the show became too aware of itself. The characters have gone to their logical conclusions (Peter went from dim witted dad to full on retard, Meg went from generic teenager girl to whipping girl, etc.) and the writers have used the show to push their political agenda. The latter can be excused from time to time, but not when it becomes a weekly occurrence. Family Guy, to me, has been a big disappointment. It had a lot of potential, but it threw it away to pander to the lowest common denominator. I'm equally disappointed with Seth MacFarlane. I know he can do better than this. -- Submitted By: (dcvianc) on April 29, 2011, 6:47 pm

Prince William of Wales - Celebrities
Kingbk, it's not just talk, it's reality. Everybody under age 30 takes their behavioral cues from American celebrities. You could even say that for everybody over 30 these days as well. Those two are masterful at putting on a public facade, I'll give them that. They may even be more mature than, say, Justin Bieber. But they're about as "regular" as any other celebs. Tell me, did 500 million people watch *your* wedding on TV? -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 6:37 pm

Las Vegas - Random Topics
Meanwhile, where I live the Mississippi river is flooding over maybe to it's highest point in recorded history and people's houses all over the area are in danger of being underwater, if they aren't already. And we humans brag about our technology because we have texting and Twitter, HA!!! Seriously, is there no way to transport all this excess water to Vegas or other places? And if not, why not? -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 29, 2011, 6:34 pm

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
"Don't ever f**king touch me again." - Justin Bieber http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/music/bieber-tells-tv-staffer-to-not-fking-touch-me/story-e6frfn09-1225871847229 -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on April 29, 2011, 4:45 pm

Bill Clinton - Celebrities
The asshole was a joke from day one and the only reason he was never forced out of office after impeachment was because of two factors one Newt and the Republicans lacked the spine to do so and two they didn't want goofy Al Gore as commander in chief. -- Submitted By: (JimPickens) on April 29, 2011, 4:09 pm

Woodstock - Random Topics
Agree with Robert and Soggy both. Woodstock has gotten an overinflated reputation over the years from nostalgic older adults, many of whom never even attended the event. As I said in my entry about the 1960s, the 60s did bring us civil rights and the space age, both great developments for our country. At the same time, drug abuse, free love and other negative developments took place around this time as well. I look at Woodstock as the turning point of liberalism in America, not the liberalism of our fore fathers, the kind where you fight for radical change, but a liberalism of immoral behavior and laziness. I think the political climate at the time, with the Vietnam war, Martin Luther King Jr and JFK's murder, put together a perfect storm for extreme liberalism to start taking off and actually make inroads into the United States. The sickening thing is some of these people claimed their behavior in honor of JFK, but JFK was about working hard to make change in your country, not sitting on your butt, getting high, having sex with whoever and living off of a government system. This is when the Democratic party was hijacked, this was when political correctness started planting its roots, this was when the definitions of free will and the American Dream were rewritten. I hate both extreme lefties and extreme righties, but I point to Woodstock when extreme lefties finally made their mark in society, which we still see today. More and more I think 9/11 as the event for extreme righties, but being only 10 years, still not sure. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on April 29, 2011, 3:54 pm

Prince William of Wales - Celebrities
Both seem like nice, mature, classy young adults. It's darn refreshing after all the talk from people about how young adults today are lazy, immature, etc. Sure, but there are also good people like these two that seem to do the right thing and try to live a good life. After all the Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohans and other crazy celebrities that are consistently in our face, it's good to see someone famous who seems to try to have a normal existence as much as possible. I wish him and Kate all the best. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on April 29, 2011, 3:09 pm

Will Smith - Celebrities
Yeah, why are he and his wife pushing their preteen daughter to be a ROCK STAR?! I could be wrong but somehow the rock industry seems to be an even more unsuitable place for a child than even her brother's 'career' of acting! And Mr. and Mrs. Smith hardly need the extra money. Why couldn't they let their kids be kids? -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on April 29, 2011, 1:15 pm

Prince William of Wales - Celebrities
Soggy, I think he and the new Duchess of Cambridge have had plenty of time to learn from the past generations' mistakes- and more importantly seem to have DONE so! It's also encouraging that he has insisted on independence with as much 'normalcy' as possible in the perpetual fishtank- and has appeared to have won the respect of his father and grandparents for that. They wouldn't have given their blessing for him to marry someone he'd openly lived had they not genuinely respected the two of them!It should be noted that any British royal who marries without the monarch's blessing essentially gets cut off from them. He owns his choices instead of trying to shift the blame when things blow up in his face- and has shown valor in his efforts to help others. Yeah, it's refreshing that he's not an awkward nerd and that she's not a naive waif but simply are two regular folks who are definitely going into this with both eyes wide open. -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on April 29, 2011, 1:10 pm

Las Vegas - Random Topics
No matter what one thinks of its attractions[or lack thereof], one needs to carefully consider that this place gets 4 inches of rain a year [less than my city got this month] and is almost entirely dependent on the very tapped-out Colorado River for its water supply. Yes, the same Colorado River which was once powerful enough to carve out the Grand Canyon now barely makes it to the Gulf of California as a trickle of sludge thanks in no small part to Vegas! So, Soggy, you won't get soggy in Vegas anytime in the foreseeable future and I imagine that no camel would voluntarily move there if they knew the above info. I hope everyone already living there is getting ready to use bottled water for everything from drinking to bathing to washing dishes,etc. -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on April 29, 2011, 12:53 pm

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
JB is certainly not my cup of tea where his music is concerned. My daughter is kooKoo for him right now. I've got nothing against this guy. He seems alright as a person but At the end of the day, he is the 'Flavor of the Month' and in a few years time his fans will mature out of him people will be saying 'Justin who?' All I can say for his sake is that I hope that he is surrounded by good people/family who will not get swept up in his fame and have his best interests at heart. And I hope he's making good solid investments with all that money he's raking in now. -- Submitted By: (Friedrich_Feuerstein) on April 29, 2011, 12:18 pm

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
Justin Bieber is pretty much a blank slate to me. I know little about him. I've only heard maybe one of his songs and that was in an Onion parody of him! I do however have a few questions. How is it that he "believes his own hype and believes he really is better than everyone else" ? And how do you know he's trying to be "famous just to be famous" and how is he "acting like a total jerkass" ? Like I said, he's more or less a blank slate to me. So, I'm unaware of a lot of his activities and attitudes. -- Submitted By: (ExplodingConsole) on April 29, 2011, 11:59 am

Dawn Lyn - Celebrities
Now that I've watched episodes of "My Three Sons" there is no possible way she wore a diaper. A diaper would be way too bulky under those short little dresses. It just looks like frilly white underwear. It was also corrected that that story of her pooping on someone was based on some other kid who was a guest star on a show in 1974 long after "My Three Sons" was cancelled. It just goes to show you that you can't believe everything you read.I think someone was just trying to be funny. She does have a website and turned out quite attractive as an adult. -- Submitted By: (JohnnyRocket42) on April 29, 2011, 11:10 am

Las Vegas - Random Topics
Completely overrated. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on April 29, 2011, 10:58 am

Office, The - TV Shows
The last episode with Steve Carell last night was subpar. It all seemed really forced and rushed. I also hate the inconsistency of DeAngelo Bickers, Will Ferrel's character. I still think the show boned last season, but you can just tell the decline it has taken with last night's episode. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on April 29, 2011, 10:40 am

Starbucks Coffee - Random Topics
As with so many other companies, you're buying a label more than you are a product. Or, to put a finer point on it, the label IS the product. I used to know plenty of folks in Seattle who frequented Starbucks on a daily basis despite bitching nonstop about how inferior it was to SBC or Tully's or JavaWorks or whomever. Granted, they may have actually liked the burned coffee and indifferent pastries and simply felt it was their duty as trendy hipsters to rag on the place. I suspect, though, that it was largely a matter of wanting to tote the little mermaid label around so they'd be accepted by all the other mermaid-label-toting lemmings in that town. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 7:49 am

Prince William of Wales - Celebrities
Seems like a good kid. Hopefully he won't pick up his father's or mother's or grandfather's neuroses anytime soon. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 7:38 am

Las Vegas - Random Topics
My opinion of Las Vegas? Well, the surrounding desert is awfully nice, and there are a couple of very respectable golf courses in the area. And.....umm..........well................did I mention the desert? Awfully nice desert. Yes. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 4:05 am

New WKRP in Cincinnati, The - TV Shows
Isn't it an accepted BTF/JTS rule that a TV show whose name begins with the word "new" is by definition a Day One Loser? (If it isn't, then it should be.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 3:41 am

Limp Bizkit - Music Groups
Fred, you're a drama queen and you always have been. You've picked fights with dozens - maybe hundreds - of other artists over the years, and they've always been for the most childish of reasons. Okay, we get that you like stirring things up, and that you are insecure and maybe still embarrassed at having washed out of the Navy. And if you want "He enjoyed inciting riots" carved on your tombstone, more power to you. Just don't expect us grownups to confuse your unfocused rants with sincere outrage at the world's injustices - or to buy your records; the field of nu metal is populated by much better bands than yours. (Would you like me to name twenty of them for you, tough guy?) Now go home and put on some big-boy pants. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 3:30 am

Thanksgiving - Random Topics
Dol, I'm sorry to hear your family is so messed up. Mine, however, is not, and I'd imagine there are as many well-adjusted families like mine in this country - families that are capable of getting together for Thanksgiving or Christmas or Easter without fights breaking out - as there are basket-case families. (And I'm sure you'd agree that many dysfunctional families are the way they are for reasons of their own making.) I also suspect you are exaggerating - for the usual predictable purposes of political advocacy - the degree to which the American family has sunk. (Whether you truly believe what you described in your last post, or whether you have maybe been influenced by too many of those cliched combative-family-get-together scenes in Hollywood movies, I can't say.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 2:55 am

Donald Trump - Celebrities
How do all the family-values voters who support Trump in these polls reconcile his frequent love-fest appearances on the Howard Stern Show? How do the civic-minded GOPers who like him reconcile his spotty personal voting record? And how does any card-carrying conservative explain the campaign contributions Trump has given to folks like Hillary Clinton and John Kerry and Chuck Schumer and Harry Reid and Ted Kennedy? (And that's just since 1990!) Is Obama Derangement Syndrome really that devastating to brain cells? (Answer: Yes, and thanks for asking.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 2:22 am

Judge Judy - TV Shows
I'd pay serious bucks to see that confrontation too. My own thoughts about this disgusting hag were just posted on the "Reality TV" page. Frankly, though, I feel no particular sympathy for the dolts who are so eager to appear on her show; they are there, rather than in a real courtroom, solely because they are attention whores like she is, and in that sense they deserve a certain measure of the verbal abuse they receive from her. But much of that abuse really is needless, except perhaps as a means of drawing viewers. Bottom line: Wouldn't it be wonderful to see Sheindlin on the receiving end of the sort of venom she's so happy to spit at others? -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 2:01 am

Reality Television - Random Topics
My least favorite programs of this sort are the "judge" shows. Granted, our legal system is already a joke, but reducing a courtroom case - well, okay, a courtroom arbitration procedure - to a half hour of ha-ha entertainment strikes me as grossly exploitative. No one involved in these shows seems to care much about justice: The plaintiff and defendant - which I'm sure most of you have noted are often the product of Trailer Park America - are there primarily because they want to be on TV; the audience - and heaven knows what sorts of dingdongs are in those audiences - is there to see fireworks; and the judge - who damn well ought to know better - is there to mug and preen and crack jokes. And yes, the Big Kahuna of the genre, "Judge Judy", is the worst offender. Never mind that she is needlessly rude and abrasive; there are plenty of judges NOT on TV who employ that shtick, mostly for reasons having to do with ego gratification. What bothers me most about Judith Sheindlin is that she presents her show as a sort of public service, to educate us about matters of civil law, when in fact all she is doing is exploiting unhappy people in order to get a huge paycheck and all the perks that come with celebrity status. I'd love to see her be coaxed onto a live broadcast, where an articulate critic would (figuratively) jump out of the bushes, ala Stone Phillips, and give her a sound belittling in front of the entire country. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 1:44 am

Liberalism - Random Topics
I can't speak to Googalslosh's political status, which I don't know, but I can say I agree with his/her comment. (Well, not the "idiot" part.) It IS true that neither conservatism nor liberalism (as we define them today) has all the answers, or is consistently correct (or consistently logical), or has a monopoly on moral probity. Nor is namecalling, or character assassination, a tactic employed by one side only (as WE ALL know). All too many of the criticisms aimed at one ideology can as easily be applied to the other. That's why those of us who are in the center tend to accept the most sensible parts of both ideologies (and of libertarianism too) and discard the rest. Across-the-board liberalism and across-the-board conservatism are both exercises in cluelessness, and an America completely dominated by either one of them would be a nightmarish place. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 29, 2011, 12:55 am

Stanley Kubrick - Celebrities
How can you hold that against Kubrick? The movie is supposed to be disturbing. I do agree that Eyes Wide Shut was rather a poor swan song to such a fine career. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 10:52 pm

Popeye - TV Shows
I'm OK with spinach. It tastes acceptable. At least it's not disgusting like lima beans. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on April 28, 2011, 9:43 pm

Woodstock - Random Topics
The 60s gave us the space age and Hanna-Barbera cartoons, among other goods things. However, it also brought a lot of bad things as well: communism gaining popularity, drug abuse, and more. Mixed feelings here. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on April 28, 2011, 9:40 pm

Countdown with Keith Olbermann - TV Shows
Old habits die hard, I guess. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on April 28, 2011, 9:33 pm

Hotels - Random Topics
"I don't play a doormat very convincingly." And you shouldn't. Glad you got a better job out of it. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on April 28, 2011, 9:33 pm

Hillary Clinton - Celebrities
Marcus' comment was made during the vote stacking period, hence the lack of a Never Boned vote. Marcus' anger was directed at the person/people doing all the vote stacking. However, people are free to their opinions. One more thing: if you want there to be a Never Boned reason, submit it yourself if you want. There's no penalty in doing it. In fact, submitting reasons will cause your BTF Rating to go up. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on April 28, 2011, 9:22 pm

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
When I was in the cards section of Target yesterday, I saw something that made me roll my eyes: the Justin Bieber sticker album. Yeah, the ones you buy sticker packets for. I don't despise him, but he's too overhyped. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on April 28, 2011, 9:21 pm

Commercials - Random Topics
BTW, probably the biggest problem I have with certain commercials are how some are extremely loud. -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on April 28, 2011, 5:48 pm

Commercials - Random Topics
I've actually seen some of those medical commercials that spend more time talking about the side-effects than the benefits. While I give them credit for being honest, I'm always left thinking "Who would buy that product if a side-effect includes death?" -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on April 28, 2011, 5:40 pm

Pantera - Music Groups
I don't understand why people base their view of Pantera - if and when it boned - on an event (Dime's death) which occurred a full year after the band broke up. Phil basically ended the band in 2003; Dime and Vinnie then formed Damageplan. It's fair to say Damageplan boned when Dime was killed; in fact, the band pretty much melted away after that. But Pantera did not exist at the time of Dime's death, and thus it could not have boned because of that death. Right? -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:53 pm

Commercials - Random Topics
I used to think commercials boned ages ago. Then along came those delightful ads for medical products with the voiceovers that spend more time telling you about the horrendous side effects than they do about the product's benefits. (The ads featuring the matching bathtubs are my favorite, though I don't recall the product's name or what it's supposed to do, other than that it can potentially give you a four-hour erection and then KILL YOUR ASS STONE DEAD.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:36 pm

Zero Tolerance Policies - Random Topics
Zero-tolerance policies are the lazy person's guide to people management. Examining each case on its individual merits, and making their decisions accordingly, require managers to use their brains. Making an official zero-tolerance policy (with its attendant mandatory penalty) the final arbitor in a case allows managers to avoid having to use their brains (or at least whatever critical thinking skills they possess). This is why your more dull-witted management types embrace such policies. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:25 pm

Hillary Clinton - Celebrities
Earth to Marcus: Please note there is no "Never Boned" option on this page (at least as of late April 2011). And having an opinion which differs from yours does not make someone an asshole. (Insulting people you don't know, however, comes awfully close to making you one.) I say this as someone who neither likes nor trusts Ms Clinton. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:06 pm

Will Smith - Celebrities
I'm glad I'm not the only who felt that way about Will Smith's kids so-called careers. Nepotism is right. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on April 28, 2011, 1:14 pm

Michael Jordan - Celebrities
The guy understood the concept of "team". He understood that it's not supposed to be five selfish ego-drunk primadonnas out there on the court. He understood that no matter how good you are, sometimes you have to subordinate your desire for personal glory to the need to get the job done. Michael Jordan understood that there is glory, and tremendous value, in humility. His greatness came as much from that understanding as it did from his abilities. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 8:06 am

Law - Random Topics
Oh brother. I'd say more but what's the point? "Dang them ol' libruls anyhow...." -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 7:50 am

Will Smith - Celebrities
I know nepotism is Hollyweird's middle name, but I think Mr. Smith is pushing his children's careers a little too hard... -- Submitted By: (earmark72) on April 28, 2011, 7:49 am

Titus - TV Shows
A daring program that deserved a longer life than it ended up having. And if you didn't feel better about your own family after watching an episode, you were either not paying close enough attention or you have a really horrible family. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 7:43 am

Justin Bieber - Celebrities
DolFan, I give you kind of a hard time sometimes, but I do appreciate your answering my questions here. Not really knowing much about him, I didn't know he had a particularly obnoxious attitude about his place in the world. I just figured he was an overpromoted kid with a decent voice who makes young girls happy and makes parents scratch their heads. That struck me as harmless enough, and certainly not hateworthy. Nor have I felt put upon by the entertainment media to view him as a national treasure. (Actually, I'm pretty sure the entertainment media doesn't even bother trying to engage iconoclastic old farts like me.) Thanks again for the replies, and I hope the Dolphins have a good year. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 4:12 am

High School - Random Topics
All I'll say about high school is that it would be nice to jump in a time machine and go back to that era. I'd befriend all the unpopular kids, knock the bullies on their asses, make fun of all the stuck-up "popular" girls to their faces, and just be a general rabble-rouser. Then I'd go home and thank my mom and dad for being such good parents. (They'd both faint, of course.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:51 am

Sally Field - Celebrities
Well, except that isn't all she's doing, as the above mini-bio indicates; she's on a moderately successful TV series (for which she has won an Emmy and been nominated for two more), and has a major supporting role in next year's 4th Spider Man movie. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:38 am

Verve, The - Music Groups
The Verve boned in 1999 when they broke up after their third album. The reunion album of 2008 was the merest echo of the band's former greatness; it told me they had long since said everything there was for them to say. Wisely, they appear to have called it quits yet again. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:20 am

Sammy Hagar - Music Groups
Meh. A conventional mass-market rocker and nothing more. Compared to the warp-speed metal I favor, Sammy does indeed only drive 55. In fact, he's that old guy in the rusty '83 Buick who's poking along well below the speed limit and ensuring that I'll be late for work. Move over, Gramps! -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 3:05 am

Bay City Rollers, The - Music Groups
Bands like this were the reason the punk movement had to be created. (It's the exact same principle behind the need to develop the atomic bomb: To defeat the forces of darkness.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 2:58 am

Seattle - Random Topics
I'll get this started. Seattle can be an exasperating place - preposterous taxes, murderous traffic, a nitwit-heavy city council, and an overabundance of snobs - but it's not going to be boning any fish anytime soon. (Its sports teams are another matter....) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 2:51 am

IHOP - Random Topics
What the execs are too dumb to understand is that a workplace in which upselling is aggressively encouraged will communicate the clear message to a customer that he or she is viewed by the company as nothing more than a walking wallet. And on the planet where I live - which is clearly a different planet than these execs reside on - your average customer doesn't appreciate getting that message. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 2:34 am

Snopes - Websites
I can't count the number of times I've been able, with the help of Snopes, to debunk some piece of hysterical silliness sent to me by a worried or outraged friend or relative. Having to deprogram folks on such a frequent basis is a melancholy task, but at least I have a ready ally when needed. (Of course, some people will express their embarrassment at having been hoodwinked by lashing out at the deprogrammer, so a thick skin helps.) What always amazes me is that the folks who fall the hardest for disinformation-packed forwarded emails are often the ones who seem to have the sharpest senses about the world around them. But, as any con artist or telemarketer can tell you, smart people are easier to fool than dumb people. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 2:23 am

Facebook - Websites
Seven hundred million members. That is just creepy. Sometimes I feel like Kevin McCarthy in Invasion of the Body Snatchers; I look at all my friends and relatives, and I wonder if they, and their seven hundred million fellow travelers, are still human.........or if they've all become Pod People. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 2:01 am

Osama bin Laden - Celebrities
It has been pointed out, and sensibly so, that our foolish Iraq enterprise deprived us of the services in Afghanistan of a good many troops who could have dramatically improved our chances of capturing or killing OBL. Personally, though, I suspect that half a million troops might not have been enough for the job. Sadly, history offers us too many examples of really bad people dying -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 1:41 am

Jeff Conaway - Celebrities
Kids, you too could end up looking like Keith Richards if you don't behave yourselves... -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 1:25 am

UPS - Random Topics
My dog casts a firm vote for "Boned on Day 1"; he hates the local UPS driver and his truck like nothing else on Earth. The FedEx guy he's okay with, and he's even friendly to visiting Mormons and Jehovah's Witlesses. But that UPS dude is something else altogether... (I'm told other dogs share his aversion, but I'm damned if I can figure it out.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 1:18 am

Wiseguy - TV Shows
I agree that when Wahl left, there was little reason to hang around. And Roger Lococco turning out to be one of the good guys was a crashing disappointment. ("Tell me it ain't true, Buckwheat!") The first two storylines - featuring Ray Sharkey and Kevin Spacey, respectively - were the only ones I found interesting, though I tuned in to the later Garment District story just to see Jerry Lewis and Ron Silver, and a then-unknown Stanley Tucci, chew up the scenery. The Dead Dog Records story was only saved from serious lameness by Tim Curry's performance, and the Mafia succession story at the start of season 3 was just comic-book silly (even with such luminaries as Chazz Palminteri and Michael Chiklis). -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 1:09 am

Lawyers - Random Topics
I can't remember; it was about fifteen years ago. I only know it was probably fairly mind, as I told it to a coworker in my bookstore. But it was enough to trigger the lawyer's instincts and confirm the general charmlessness of that species. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 28, 2011, 12:46 am

Samuel L. Jackson - Celebrities
Samuel L. Jackson can make any movie watchable with him in it, even the bad ones he still that good. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on April 27, 2011, 7:36 pm

Denzel Washington - Celebrities
That man is bone-proof. I couldn't think at a point when he bone or not. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on April 27, 2011, 7:23 pm

Sitcom - Random Topics
I think I started to notice when a sitcom lasted longer than it should have (mostly the 90's ones), it either turning almost unrealisticaly cartoonish or into a almost full-ledge melodramtic forgeting the comedy part. Cartoonish I don't mind, at least they still trying to keep it funny but dramedy is bad because it seem like they focus too much on the character devolpment too hard, the forget it's a comedy also. I don't see it too much in today's sitcoms though, as they keep a good balance between comedy and some drama. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on April 27, 2011, 7:09 pm

Countdown with Keith Olbermann - TV Shows
Wait, why is Never Jumped on the board? THIS IS BONE THE FISH!!! Not the trash TV Guide destroyed! The prefered way is to say "Never Boned" -- Submitted By: (tvfan) on April 27, 2011, 6:32 pm

Joe Satriani - Music Groups
I say still rocks, but his formula has become tired a bit. Kinda hard to followup great albums like Surfing and Flying though. -- Submitted By: (MyWordIsGospel) on April 27, 2011, 3:58 pm

Cure, The - Music Groups
I say still rocks, since Robert still plays a lot of his older great material with new sounds and just has so many great songs. Unfortunately, I have to agree with the other poster that the band's actual recordings have been in a nosedive since Disentegration. Happens to every great band I guess... -- Submitted By: (MyWordIsGospel) on April 27, 2011, 3:53 pm

Foo Fighters - Music Groups
They definitely still rock. They kinda started to bone a little when There's Nothing Left to Lose came out with an overly poppy sound but luckily they didn't stick with that and aren't afraid to explore new ground as well as rock out hard. Wasting Light might be the band's best complete record ever. -- Submitted By: (MyWordIsGospel) on April 27, 2011, 3:49 pm

Sonic Drive-In - Random Topics
I do not go to Sonic for the food per se, but for the wide assortment of shakes, slushes, sodas, and limeades. No other fast food joint has such a variety! -- Submitted By: (earmark72) on April 27, 2011, 3:05 pm

Oakland Raiders - Random Topics
The move to L.A. was the boning moment. The team had some decent seasons there (1984 Super Bowl champions) and some great players like Marcus Allen and Bo Jackson, but the team became a fan favorite of L.A.-based gangs and soon the place was too dangerous to play at. This made people stay away from the stadium and home games to be known more for knife fights and violence rather than the games. Sure, Oakland was pretty rough too, but it looked like Pleasentville in comparison. The strange thing is, even after Al Davis moved the team back to Oakland, people in L.A. still act like the Raiders are their home team. I can't tell you how many cars with Raiders bumper stickers I've seen or how sporting goods stores have Raiders gear next to Lakers, Dodgers and Trojans gear. Also, Oakland hasn't been nearly as loyal since the return and who would blame them? -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on April 27, 2011, 10:24 am

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero (1985) - TV Shows
Travoltron- JUST FINALLY check out GI JOE RESOLUTE. Wow, it was the GI joe cartoon we all wanted to see as kids. 5 named characters dead, hundreds of Cobra Blue shirts killed, well animated and just kick ass. If you liked GI JOE- get GI JOE Resolute today. -- Submitted By: (Chubby Rain) on April 27, 2011, 7:34 am

Hotels - Random Topics
Robert, I lost my last job for doing exactly that. (Well, I don't recall there being any profanity.) Luckily another hotel - a much nicer one - hired me within a couple of months. (I'm a night auditor so I don't get too many nasty-tempered customers, which is just as well because I don't play a doormat very convincingly.) -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 4:10 am

Oakland Raiders - Random Topics
I liked them in the '70s - the Madden-Stabler era. Then The Owner Who Shall Remain Nameless lost his last marble around 1980, and the Raiders have degenerated since then into a no-class franchise. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 4:02 am

Mobile Phones - Random Topics
I like to be able to check the news and sports scores on my PDA on the way to and from work. And the camera has been nice for capturing Adorable Baby Moments. Ironically, the weakest feature is the phone itself. I don't know if cellphones have boned yet, but cellphone culture has been sliding down a muddy slope since texting began to give way to sexting, and the number of YouTube teenage fight videos began to outnumber funny pet vids. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 3:45 am

Westboro Baptist Church - Random Topics
I'm sure you authoritarian types will excuse my New Agey verbiage here: The Phelps cult has generated so much bad karma in the last 20+ years that its fate is sure to be extremely gruesome. And if that fate includes fire, I'll be there with some marshmallows on a stick. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 3:33 am

Woodstock - Random Topics
Lots of good music by the artists. Lots of silly behavior by the participants. Lots of post-event myth-making by fans. Lots of over-the-top condemnation by BTF members. Newsflash, people: The '60s were neither the best of times nor the worst of times. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 3:25 am

New York Dolls - Music Groups
They made a career of being lousy musicians as did the whole genre of punk. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on April 27, 2011, 3:16 am

New York Dolls - Music Groups
Circus Magazine can kiss my ass. The Dolls rocked as viciously as anybody back in the day. They were punk before punk was even barely understood - that's a good thing, by the way - and the fact that the stodgy mainstream music publications of the era couldn't comprehend them is more a reflection on those publications than it is on the band. Set aside the lurid outfits and androgynous appearance; the first two albums these guys created were groundbreaking and gutsy - and, as it turned out, hugely influential. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 3:06 am

Indie Music - Random Topics
BrewMaster's translation needs some work. Mass-market artists are not necessarily "better" than obscure artists; they're just more well known (and generally more marketable). There are only two meaningful differences between U2 and, say, Sonic Youth: One, the size of their respective labels, and the exposure they've gotten as a result; and two, U2 is very conventional and formulaic, and doesn't engage in any sort of experimentation, or indeed in anything that challenges the listener, whereas Sonic Youth has been pushing the creative envelope for the last 30 years. If you prefer artists who play it safe and don't color outside the lines, and who are as much products as they are musicians, big-box bands are for you. Some of us, however, are a bit more adventurous. It has nothing to do with being "cool", and everything to do with a disinclination to follow the herd (or the corporations egging on the herd). -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 2:42 am

Scrubs - TV Shows
See? A TV show can feature an actor named McGinley and not suck. -- Submitted By: (Soggy9000) on April 27, 2011, 2:07 am

Super Friends - TV Shows
This was an interesting case because the show started out as complete garbage due to early '70's "sensitivities" and then improved as it went along. It probably did peak with the "Challenge" season (the only season that I actually bothered to purchase), but IIRC the last couple of seasons were pretty good too, even if they were toy commercials. The final season even depicted Batman's origin, which had never been done before onscreen. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on April 26, 2011, 11:29 pm

Out of Jimmy's Head - TV Shows
I say that this show was the beginning of CN's end. -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on April 26, 2011, 11:05 pm

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Music Groups
True story: one of my friends wants "Lucky Man" to be played at his funeral. I think that's the coolest thing ever. (Not that I want him dying anytime soon of course.) -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 26, 2011, 5:46 pm

France - Random Topics
What France needs to realize is that American tourism is a major part of their economy. It's time for them to decide whether they want us or not. None of us are under any obligation to go there. BTW it's always been a life goal of mine to French kiss a French woman, but it'll have to happen here in America because even I wouldn't travel all the way to France to be insulted 24/7 just for that. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 26, 2011, 5:45 pm

BoneTheFish.com - Websites
Easy there ChubbyRain, Soggy was just stating his opinion like we all do. I personally like the discourse with him. I did try to warn him that attempting to tell others on an opinion based site what they should think was a bad idea but alas, it was too late I see :-( I want Soggy to stay. He interests me. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on April 26, 2011, 5:42 pm

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