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    Debate pre-function noises

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    Debate noises

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    Debate noises
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    I told myself not to watch but I didn’t listen (to myself).

    What was that?!?

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    Watching my little dogs sleep and snore in their beds next to my desk.


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    White Sox vs. Athletics, Game 3. Top of the 8th, A's with a 2 run lead. . .

    Update: 16 pitchers have appeared in this one. New record for most pitchers used in less than 9 innings in a MLB playoff game


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    Now watching "David Byrne's American Utopia" (from hbo) It is pretty pleasant.
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    Top of 9th, Rays/Dodgers Game #1 of World Series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rangerzag View Post
    Now watching "David Byrne's American Utopia" (from hbo) It is pretty pleasant.
    I really enjoyed it. Byrne is underrated as a singer. Spike Lee did a wonderful job on that film.

    It was a great escape from the sturm und drang.


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    The Borat sequel.

    The young actress who plays his daughter, Maria Bakalova, is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    The Borat sequel.

    The young actress who plays his daughter, Maria Bakalova, is amazing.
    We watched it last night after the kids were in bed. Oh the cupcake decoration

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    Ditched Amazon Prime after about 6 months. Now have Netflix. Tried several things. The Queen's Gambit is really slow to get much momentum going. 3 episodes in. I really like Anya Taylor-Joy, so I'll probably stick with it at least a little longer. Also watched an episode each of Warrior Nun and The Witcher.

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    I binge watched Ratched on Netflix. That was really good.

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    Still just trying out various shows on Netflix. First episode of "Spinning Out" was interesting. Drama about figure skating. Main character was an Olympic hopeful, had a bad accident while skating and now has a hard time doing jumps. Her younger, spoiled brat sister is now the one in the spotlight. Their mom is a handful. The older sister is about to give up on skating, but she's getting all kinds of pressure to try pairs skating w/ some hotshot pretty boy. It might be a bit like the 80's film "The Cutting Edge," but definitely different enough.

    Then I tried a sci fi show about human like robots, didn't realize until I started that it's Russian. Dubbed in English. It's called "Better Than Us." Can't help but be reminded of the BBC series "Humans."

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    I just finished watching 'Barbarians' on Netflix. For history buffs, it is a really well done series on the Germanic Tribes uprising against Rome and the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest. A Germanic leader, Arminius, led a coalition of Germanic tribes and obliterated three Roman legions. It is a German production and you can turn on english dubbing if you want. I found it better to watch in German and have subtitles on.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cA7kwBSUaU

    Vikings fans may not like it as much because it actually tends to track more closely to history than many current 'historical' series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I just finished watching 'Barbarians' on Netflix. For history buffs, it is a really well done series on the Germanic Tribes uprising against Rome and the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest. A Germanic leader, Arminius, led a coalition of Germanic tribes and obliterated three Roman legions. It is a German production and you can turn on english dubbing if you want. I found it better to watch in German and have subtitles on.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cA7kwBSUaU

    Vikings fans may not like it as much because it actually tends to track more closely to history than many current 'historical' series.
    I just put that on the other day (but fell asleep because I had a migraine lol). I'm definitely going to watch it.

    My absolute favorite series on Netflix is "Turn: Washington's Spies" if you didn't watch it on AMC I highly recommend it. Peaky Blinders is also very interesting and well written.

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    ‘Turn’ was really fun to watch. Great series.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    ‘Turn’ was really fun to watch. Great series.


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    I started to read a book about the spy ring last Fall but didn't get very far before life got in the way. I checked it out again today, so we'll see how far I get this time lol.
    What I do remember from it was, Robert Townsend was unknown for a long time but a researcher recognized his handwriting from other documents he came into possession of, just a silly coincidence, but once he saw that the other pieces fell into place. And the character "Abigail" might have been fictional but they do know that that spy in New York was a woman because of the number codes they used.

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    A whole lot of people celebrating in Philadelphia and Atlanta...

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    Live from the Masters. . .on Golf Channel.


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    The Masters

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    SMC Memphis


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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
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    Ditto. Have a good Thanksgiving, kitz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Ditto. Have a good Thanksgiving, kitz.
    Thanks and same to all Fosters. It finally gives at least a little feeling of right to have hoops and Thanksgiving.

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