Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Sensing Murder

It's my new favorite Kiwi show. It's on Tuesdays at eight-thirty. Gina and I started watching it about a month ago and now we've got a following of five others.

It's pretty intense, though the murders tend to be over ten years old. Today, the murder happened over three decades ago.

Basically, since they could never find the murderer/s, they hire psychics to talk to the spirit to see if they can come up with anything new the police can go off of. The psychics can usually come up with a name, but they bleep it out and it turns out most of their information, though probably true, can't be used because there isn't any evidence.

My favorite psychic is Deb, who's in the middle, Kev is next, who's on the right, and I've misgivings about Sue, who, though is accurate, doesn't seem the type of person I'd totally believe in... Obviously, I've never met her, but I feel that Deb gets the answer more quickly.

As it is, I'm pretty stoked for next Tuesday. They're looking at a child case that was never solved, which means it could be more recent, which means they have a better chance of catching the culprit. In today's episode, Simon, the killed, told Deb that one of the killers had changed his ways, having a family with kids, though the other is still in trouble with the police. Intense, indeed.

I just saw this on the news. They said that there were pictures posted on the internet too gruesome to show on New Zealand television.

Then they proceeded to talk about how Britney Spears has to give up her babies to her ex-husband for driving without a license. It just leads me to believe that celebs believe they can get away with anything. Britney knows that there will be proof of her driving with her kids in the back because the paparazzi follows her everywhere.

Final and only opinion on the matter: You need help. And the only reason why it seems bad is because you're the face that everyone sees. There are people out there like you except they're different in one way... they're getting help. Take a pen from the jar and get better for the gods' sake! The fame isn't worth the tole it's taking on your body!

Anyways, I'm off to bed. I'm incredibly tired.

Random Fact: The first jigsaw puzzle was created by map maker John Splisbury who mounted one of his maps on a sheet of hardwood. He proceeded to cut around the borders of each country using a fine saw.

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