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    How to minimize history bias?

    MJ will always be greater than Kobe and Lebron, even if they became 1 super player. True detective season 1 was way better than season 2. It seems that no matter what subject is being discussed, whatever happened first will always seem better, and as a loophole if your losing the argument, the original was groundbreaking and a trailblazer to everything else. How can we learn to enjoy the newest experience like the older ones?

    • Love the idea of this topic, just be sure to have the first parts be based on supporting documents, ie, are there rating systems that gives MJ and True Detective Season 1 respective critical support over their follow-ups? Will definitely have to be researched thoroughly and not assume one is better than the other due to more publicity or publicity of audience favour. – smartstooge 9 years ago
    • I also love the idea of this topic, because I think enjoying "new experiences" like our old ones is crucial. NO matter what we do, it's new somewhere, to someone... so why NOT take it in and make every moment matter? – burchdm 9 years ago

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    Skylar was hated because she was normal, which was apparently crazy in this show. But of course people love to side with the deeply flawed and live vicariously through them.

    Refusal to Settle: Why I Love Skyler White

    Great analysis. There are tons of other episodes that deal with these sort of heavy situation. For instance, when Will’s father comes to visit. We all know how that ended. Or when Will begins to experiment with “speed”. This show is definitely a top 10 for me.

    Race and Class in The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

    The reason I began to believe in critics was out of spite. Seeing reviews as to why not to see a particular film I was excited for made me want to go all the more. However, these films began to get worse and worse, even for me. Alas, the critics made me see their ways. Well, it seems as if they were right all along

    The Glaring Importance of Critics in Filmmaking