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#181 RJDiogenes

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 06:25 PM

Yeah, it's getting pretty ridiculous. Unless they start merging-- or hooking up with Amazon like HBO and some others do-- or relying solely on ad revenue like broadcast channels-- most of them will go down in flames.
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#182 D.Rabbit

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Posted 31 May 2019 - 04:04 AM

Finally got a somewhat stable feed again.
At least when it rains I have something rather then nothing at all.
I was pretty sure it was them not me and didn't bother with the 12' extension to my TV tower. It would have made me a target because the house would have looked like a unauthorized cell phone station high jacking signals from the spy satellites. :D
At least I got rid of those pesky air force antiques.

Today was pretty much the first unbroken signal day in months.
Off to YouTube.


This was pretty much the worst debate I've ever witnessed.
Not that these men are not fully articulate and respectful of the art but as a poster boy for atheism Hitchens is a bust against Lane who is a consummate snake oil salesman.
It's true Hitchens makes excellent points but he has no ammunition to take down the old school like I do.
Not saying I want to take his place, more so lead him down the path to verifiable proof.

Went to bed and could not sleep, scratch scratch from the black fly bite.
I've never seen this crazy Randy Rainbow before. One of YouTube's best kept secrets.

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#183 Virgil Vox

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Posted 04 June 2019 - 09:27 PM

I watched Chasing Happiness, an Amazon Prime documentary about the Jonas Brothers. It chronicles their rise to fame, the tensions that developed at the height of their fame, the band's break-up, the tensions between the brothers after the break-up, and their eventual reconciliation and comeback. It's actually quite good and the brothers are pretty candid about their struggles and what they regret. It gets pretty tense at times too as they confront each other about all the stuff that went on at the time of the band's dissolution.

I watched the pilot movie Malibu Rescue on Netflix. It is a show that wouldn't be out of place on either the Disney Channel or Nickelodeon. In fact it has several former Nickelodeon stars on it. The plot revolves around a few misfit teens who are bused from the Valley out to Malibu Beach to participate in a junior lifeguard program. The director of the program doesn't want the kids there but is forced to take them because of the mayor. They basically have to prove that they deserve to be there. It's not for for what it is and I'll probably give the series a chance.

I rented Mortal Engines and the newest Robin Hood from Amazon. Both movies were better than I was expecting. I might review them soon.
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#184 EChatty

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Posted 05 June 2019 - 12:16 PM

My husband streams from Roku. Netflix, CBS All-Access, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc. He has his favorites and doesn't stream them all, just the ones that have his favorite old shows on.

#185 D.Rabbit

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 03:22 AM

I've been exploring the scientific view of human nature.
The YouTube channel is called, The Thinking Atheist
Mostly pod casts but the occasional guest like the dudes that review movies on various religions.
It is hosted by Matt Dillahunty who once was preacher in the bible belt.

I don't class myself in with the Atheist, they don't believe in Psychic abilities.
I can prove that I have some. It's a rare gift. I know for a certainty if I was ever tested, I'd flunk.
I can feel and hear certain things going on, but it only happens occasionally.
Do wish I had not taken that nap after hearing my snow plow jockey start his engine in April.
Took all of last summer to repair the damage he did to my gravel driveway.
I could hear him, he could not hear me when I told him, Don't you dare.
It needed grading, all's good.
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#186 Virgil Vox

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Posted Yesterday, 06:33 PM

I've watched the first episode of Veronica Mars season 4. I haven't watched the rest yet because I was reading an article about the season that spoiled the name of the bomber but I barely glanced at it so I am waiting until it is sufficiently out of my mind before watching the rest of the episodes.

I watched Sherlock Holmes: Case for Evil on Amazon Prime. It is basically an origin story for Holmes with a young James D'Arcy as the master sleuth. I enjoyed it. I wish they had done more of them.

New episodes of Patriot Act with Hassan Minhaj have arrived on Netflix so I've been watching those.
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