Month: August 2014

‘Longmire’ Cancelled By A&E, Will Be Shopped Elsewhere

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One of the only good shows you have on your network and you cancel it? Booo!

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Longmire, A&E Network’s most-watched original drama series of all time, will be ending its run on the cable network after three seasons. In a surprising move, the network has opted not to renew the series for a fourth season. I hear Warner Horizon, the studio behind Longmire, will be shopping it immediately. “We would like to thank the phenomenal cast, crew and producers of Longmire, along with our partners at Warner Horizon, for their tireless work on three seasons of quality dramatic storytelling,” A&E said in a statement. “We are incredibly proud of what we have achieved together.”

A&E Network LogoIn its second season, the series, based on Craig Johnson’s mystery novels, averaged nearly 6 million viewers, up 9% from Season 1. Longmire‘s viewership has dipped in Season 3 to 4.6 million viewers, but its lead-in, Criminal Minds repeats, is a lot weaker (-72%) than the series’ lead-in last…

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This nail polish could help prevent a sexual assault

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Love this idea!

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Some undergraduate engineering students at North Carolina State University got together to create a new line of nail polish that changes colors when it comes into contact with potential date rape drugs.

If a woman is wearing the polish, all she has to do is dip her finger in her drink and stir it around.

If the drink is laced with drugs like Xanax, Rohypnol or GHB, the polish will immediately change color which is an immediate red flag.

The students are currently looking for funding for their nail polish at UnderCovercolors.com.

For more on this story, click here.

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10 Stunning Writing Studios

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We know writers have some weird habits and that a sense of place is often one of the most important aspects of a story. Considering these qualities, it seems natural that writers usually yearn for their own private sanctuaries. For the wordsmiths currently drafting their latest and greatest, but with no literary oasis to call home, let these stunning writing studios serve as inspiration to transform your corner of the world into a personal retreat.

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Watch TV WIth Me

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When I am not writing, I am watching television or movies.  When I finish that, I am write about what I have just seen.

I write every day.

I write all day.

I watch tv and night and have a blast. Join me.

First, find me on tvtag.com. I think my handle is cbcorbin.

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If not on TVTag, you can read my recaps, plot breakdowns and general reviews on:

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And of course you can tweet with me live when I am watching a show. @Assistingu.  Hey gotta jet, my show is on…

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Write with Me

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In my ongoing efforts to use my powers for good and not evil, I have transformed my Facebook page into something with a modicum of meaning.  Each day I post writing challenges to tease your brain and get those juices the flowing.  Sometimes it may be a picture, a potential book cover or three random items.  However, each day is something fresh.

Come on over, sit a spell and tell me a story.  Better yet, drop in, let’s be friends and write with me.

https://www.facebook.com/theauthormag

 

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‘Last Comic Standing’ Finalist Makes Fun Of Saggy Boobs — Watch

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‘Last Comic Standing’ is nearing the end! It’s down to the final four, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at a hilarious standup! But is it funny enough? Click to WATCH!

Comedian contestants Joe, Lachlan, Nikki and Rod Man are fighting for the final three spots on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Rod Man cracks up the crowd, joking about…boobs. Yep, you read that right. Keep reading to see what the fuss is all about!

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