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I like this show, though I have to agree about Nicole's acting being dry.  I like her but i'm not impressed by her performance.  Thanks to whoever gave the heads up about Hulu. Watching the newest ep now. Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by **Sk!TtLeS B** **Sk!TtLeS B** wrote:

Originally posted by FarraFace FarraFace wrote:

"What lost colony?"

Really? Niccas & American history.

You knew about the lost colony?
I went through 12 years of schooling, and even a course in AP US History, and this is the first time I've ever heard of it. I would've remembered a "trivia-esque" topic like that. 

Yes. It was taught in school in the 5th - 7th grade area with the original 13 colonies, but of course not as in depth. But that was way back in the 80s, before the American public school system just completely gave up.

Also, and you may find this hard to believe, but I was a geek. Shocked Wig...fuhlipped, right?! Ermm LOL

I did a lot of independent/recreational reading cuz I love that kinda shyt. Roanoke, the Aksumite, Cahokia, Angkor, the Anasazi, the Olmec, Catalhoyuk, et al/ & nem....civilizations stay up & disappearing.


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Originally posted by FarraFace FarraFace wrote:


Yes. It was taught in school in the 5th - 7th grade area with the original 13 colonies, but of course not as in depth. But that was way back in the 80s, before the American public school system just completely gave up.

Also, and you may find this hard to believe, but I was a geek. Shocked Wig...fuhlipped, right?! Ermm LOL

I did a lot of independent/recreational reading cuz I love that kinda shyt. Roanoke, the Aksumite, Cahokia, Angkor, the Anasazi, the Olmec, Catalhoyuk, et al/ & nem....civilizations stay up & disappearing.


Ah yes, there's the culprit. 
I guess they figured we didnt need to know about any lost civilizations n'sh*t because they arent the American wayStern Smile
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I was in the 6th grade in the late 90s and I never learned about "the lost colony"

I also couldn't care less about it but it makes for great tv Thumbs Up
I really liked this epi and eyes can't wait til Nov 4th
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Originally posted by **Sk!TtLeS B** **Sk!TtLeS B** wrote:

Ah yes, there's the culprit. 
I guess they figured we didnt need to know about any lost civilizations n'sh*t because they arent the American wayStern Smile

Ya know, I remembered I had some of AdolescentFace's old textbooks, so I went through his 5th grade social studies book, and there it was, the lost colony of Roanoke. So yeah, IDK maybe you & Alias were absent that day....every year.
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Originally posted by **Sk!TtLeS B** **Sk!TtLeS B** wrote:

Didnt watch Supernatural.


SkittlesShockedShockedShocked u ain't missing nuttin anyways with that show....I am so lost on it right now...
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Originally posted by FarraFace FarraFace wrote:

Originally posted by **Sk!TtLeS B** **Sk!TtLeS B** wrote:

Ah yes, there's the culprit. 
I guess they figured we didnt need to know about any lost civilizations n'sh*t because they arent the American wayStern Smile

Ya know, I remembered I had some of AdolescentFace's old textbooks, so I went through his 5th grade social studies book, and there it was, the lost colony of Roanoke. So yeah, IDK maybe you & Alias were absent that day....every year.

We're also both from California, so that's probably the main factor. 
And I'm pretty sure 5th grade was "California history," so it wouldnt even have come up. 
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I remember studying The Last Colony of Roanoke.
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I learned about Roanoke from the History Channel. Never heard about it at school...probably bc i ignored the chapters about the colonists.
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Ohmygawd YES! Clap

She's suppose to play the daughter of the Captain (Orlando)

Amandla Stenberg to recur on Sleepy Hollow!

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A Hunger Games alum is heading to Sleepy Hollow.

Amandla Stenberg, who starred as Rue in the 2012 box-office juggernaut, will recur on the breakout Fox drama as Orlando Jones' daughter, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.

First appearing in the Nov. 25 episode, Stenberg will play Mae, the teenage daughter of Capt. Frank Irving and ex-wife Cynthia. Mae feels disconnected from her dad since he has taken up his post in Sleepy Hollow.

Thus far this season, Sleepy Hollow is the biggest percentage gainer when factoring in DVR, posting a staggering 71 percent increase in its second episode's live-plus-seven numbers to a 5.3 rating in adults 18-49.

When the series returns after baseball, Fringe favorite John Noble will make his debut for a major recurring role. (A newly released promo teases Noble's appearance.)




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