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Untitled[edit]

This page was created to fill the gap. Updates and expansions would be appreciated.

Sasuke Sarutobi 18:25, 13 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Record[edit]

It should be noted that they had a competion to make a world record for the longest time watching tv, this was similar the the david blane cube stunt. Where they would show the record breaker in 'action' inbetween programs and sometimes on the bottom of the screen during programs.

If any one can find any information of this please add it it would help with this articles length

Movie List[edit]

What's getting kept on the movie list? I know a few films that were on, but not included, Guns & Talks, a sequel to Heroic Trio, and a bunch of Jackie Chan films (Project A and Snake in the Eagle's Shadow). There are probably an awful lot if you want to get down to it, so it's sort of a question of what warrants listing. Personally I've been looking for the titles of 2002 (film) and Guns & Talks for ages, so I'm really happy I could find them from the article (the latter pulled from archives, when someone added it as "Guns And Talks" but it was removed). Darien Shields 04:32, 2 July 2007 (UTC)

World record attempt[edit]

I recall something on CNX that involved 3 people attempting to set/break the world record for the longest amount of time watching TV. (I never got to see the end, I had to go to school then) Could that be worth a mention in the article? ~~Neo 2.3 Hylan 15:41, 14 July 2007 (UTC)

yes that is correct. CNX was involved with trying to break the world record of watching TV. you can add that if you really wish to. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 193.61.104.4 (talk) 19:54, 8 October 2008 (UTC)

wat was the name of that film[edit]

hi i used to watch cnx and i saw a film that i can no longer remember the name of there was a scene were some japanese mafia types walk into an apartment building and twoo are left to watch the car and a child urinates on thaem from a balcony please help me also i saw a scene from another film were a body was found but cause of death was from falling but there wasn't a high enough building for it to fall from help —Preceding unsigned comment added by 93.89.241.61 (talk) 19:58, 18 September 2008 (UTC)

CNX (United States)[edit]

What if Turner Broadcasting System launches a 24-hour uncut network for men in the United States called "CNX"? It is from Cartoon Network, obviously. I bet this network has the uncut version of The Problem Solverz. CNX launches in the United States of America starting June 6, 2013. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 50.8.27.98 (talk) 01:24, 13 April 2013 (UTC)