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Are you a MythBusters fan? 

71%
327 deviants said I love that show!
16%
75 deviants said I am not a fan.
13%
58 deviants said WTF is MythBusters?

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rotorblades Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2009
One way you can tell that Mythbusters has been in the area is to look for shrapnel...in the trees.


HAHAHA, that was Jamie.
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Glowing-Green-Eyes Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2009
Love it! :heart:
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eclectic-fusion Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2009
I can't stand MythBusters.
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jambe Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2009
It's well-produced and I'm sure they're both excellent effects technicians, but their science is haphazard and, well, junky. Most of the science they do is like, middle school science fair caliber.

I'd be interested in a show that was more science-oriented and less goofy, but I doubt big-time television producers would buy into that.
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arterie Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009  Professional
I knew Adam when he was a neighbor of mine out at my studio on yosemite street in SF. =D
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GunsmokeDA Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
frekin love it :)
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imroy Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
I've been a fan of the show since it started. But recently I've been watching episodes and the presentation has changed in a subtle but important way. It's like some TV executive has noticed that the show is humorous and that it should therefore *always* have funny stuff. The presenters have always been an amusing bunch, having their own wit and humour. But it now seems they're trying too hard to do "funny" stuff on purpose. It just comes off as lame.

Myth Busters isn't a sitcom. At least they haven't added a laugh track yet...
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rissbutts Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009  Student Digital Artist
Yesssssssss. I love that show. And Adam. ♥
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Eonir Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
I love the show, but it lacks a certain brutality and humour seen in "Penn&Teller:Bullshit!". Both shows have a similar purpose. Penn and Teller, however, use the help of specialists from hundreds of areas to the full extent. Mythbusters are less science-y, more engineer-y and more explode-y. Both shows would be better if they learned from each other :)

And people would be less gullible if they learned from observation and pursuit of knowledge, not solely from awesome tv shows ;)
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Annetteks Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
Love is a very strong word. I watch it when there is nothing else on that I enjoy to watch.
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