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How to fix the “Criminological Dead Zone”

If you’re reading this and you’ve read my previous post about how to fix America’s cultural dead zone, you’re probably thinking, “Why bother fixing the cultural dead zones, anyway?”

Well, if you’re like me, you’ve noticed that many of our favorite movies and TV shows are riddled with plot holes and that the genre of the week rarely has a single “good” episode or episode that makes the whole thing worthwhile.

I’m here to explain to you why this is not only a great thing for the medium, but it’s also a great way for moviegoers to make their movies a little less boring.

First, let’s start with a simple rule of thumb: When you’re watching a movie, you want to enjoy it as much as you can.

That means if it’s not entertaining or entertaining enough, that means that the movie should not be watched at all.

In other words, when you’re looking for entertainment, you should watch it as long as you’re satisfied.

Second, you shouldn’t feel like you’re missing out on any of the great stuff.

If you can’t get the show, or you can get it but you’re not enjoying it, then the movie isn’t worth watching.

Third, you’ll often be surprised at how many great TV shows you don’t get to see.

The best example of this is Breaking Bad.

Breaking Bad is a great show and I’m a big fan of it, but I’m not a fan of the show.

I love the show and have a soft spot for Walter White, but that doesn’t mean I’m happy about it.

In fact, it’s probably one of my biggest problems with the show that I’m so interested in watching it over and over again.

That said, I love Breaking Bad, so I know I should get to it.

That’s why I’ve put together a list of my top 10 favorite shows and why I feel like I should watch them all.

If this list sounds like it’s been going on forever, that’s because it has.

I know that I’ve tried my best to make this list as comprehensive as possible, but some of the shows I’ve mentioned below have been out for a few seasons and it’s gotten so long that I don’t have time to get all of the episodes into one place.

That leaves me with the remaining 10 shows that I think should be watched in a timely fashion.


Supernatural: I’ve seen a lot of the Supernatural episodes so far, but they’re still great.

They’re mostly enjoyable and they do a good job of keeping things interesting and exciting throughout.

But the thing that’s really frustrating to me is that they don’t seem to have any sort of overarching plot to them, which is a bit of a bummer.

It feels like every episode is a standalone piece that’s just supposed to be fun and make you feel like a character, but the actual story is always very different and has a lot to do with the characters.

I’ve noticed this trend in a lot the shows that have gone before and it also feels like a bit odd that so many of the best TV shows have been about the supernatural and the supernatural characters in general.

The first season of Supernatural was a great start, but in the second season it just feels like they’re doing more of the same stuff over and above what we already know.

It seems like they are trying to cram everything in one episode, which seems like it would work in terms of keeping the show interesting, but what happens if that happens?

That’s what we’re seeing with Supernatural’s next season, which looks to be the biggest departure from the previous season so far.

I mean, if the show was about a supernatural girl who’s having a bad experience with her dad, wouldn’t that be the first thing that comes to mind?

The thing is, it isn’t.

Instead, we’re going to see a lot more of Sam’s struggles and her friends trying to make it through their own experiences as well.

If Supernatural doesn’t seem like it will be moving at the same pace as previous seasons, it is, and I can’t wait to see how the season unfolds.


The Walking Dead: I’m sure that a lot people are excited for season three of The Walking Death, but one of the most frustrating things about this show is that it feels like it was rushed out to a lot too early.

The showrunners tried to cram it into the season one finale, but we all knew it was going to be longer than that.

I just wish they had just made a one-hour season one episode.

The last time we saw a Walking Dead episode was when the show ended.

It felt like a rushed and poorly-executed finale that had a lot less story to it than a lot others.

Season one was just a really fun, engaging season, but season two was so much more.

It didn’t feel rushed and