H2O #106: In Which We Discuss the (Stupid) Things Found on the Internet This Week


Zack Snyder is not the only one running afoul of the Internet this week because of something he said. We also have the Gawker-owned io9.com (or is it io9.gizmodo.com?) also diving into the shallow end of the gene pool with some ill-advised comments about pirating one of the most successful genre films of all time. And J.K. Rowling runs amok in American history, with historical events that weren’t… quite… historically accurate. And at the same time she managed to offend quite a few people.

We’ll try not to offend as we look at these and other things we saw on the Internet this week, and a lot of it was … well…

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One thought on “H2O #106: In Which We Discuss the (Stupid) Things Found on the Internet This Week

  • March 26, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    The amount of content is fine for me.


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