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Old 05-09-2020, 08:16 AM   #381
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Blazing saddles.
Wife brought me the Mel Brooks DVD collection, since I'd been on a western kick I figured that was the one to start with
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I hope it's not the censored version. Mel was trying to make a point.

Last Kingdom is over. I went to S3 of Medici the Magnificent.....it was released not long ago.

No TV last night......but I did watch my scotch supply dwindle.....
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Last night, and quite a few night before, a History Channel produced documentary series called Hunting Hitler on Amazon Prime. I will leave it at this as it is still a very hot potato.
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Haven't been on in awhile. Been a big coach potato and hardly have touched the computer. Seen alot on Netflix. Right now watching 4400(never saw it on tv). Also, in the middle of watching the IT crowd.
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"Apollo 18." The second with this name, if you count them as they go by. Really strange. The first one was better. I'd had enough after about an hour.

"District 9." A man starts talking right from the start and never shuts up. I couldn't understand a word he said. A half-hour and I was done.
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Finishing up "Frontier" tonight. Now, I'll have to find something else to watch.
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Old 05-24-2020, 07:45 PM   #388
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I last watched a star trek episode on VHS

EPISODE: The doomsday machine
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Young Frankenstein, Or should I say Fraunkensteen?
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I last watched a star trek episode on VHS

EPISODE: The doomsday machine
I can watch all of these on Netflix. The Doomsday Machine is one of a very few favorites. Others include The Balance of Terror, The Corbomite Maneuver, Arena, The Ultimate Computer, The Devil in the Dark, and perhaps a couple more.

I have been watching an older A&E series on Hulu Live called "Hoarders." I never knew there were people who lived like this.
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I started watching "WWII in HD" last night. What I started watching didn't really pan out but it is in my Netflix play list. I may return to it later.....maybe not. It was getting pretty tedious......"Norsemen".
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I can watch all of these on Netflix. The Doomsday Machine is one of a very few favorites. Others include The Balance of Terror, The Corbomite Maneuver, Arena, The Ultimate Computer, The Devil in the Dark, and perhaps a couple more.

I have been watching an older A&E series on Hulu Live called "Hoarders." I never knew there were people who lived like this.
Ah, the original series! even though they can be pretty campy, I think they're the best.
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Ah, the original series! even though they can be pretty campy, I think they're the best.
Campy. I've never understood the meaning.

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I started watching "WWII in HD" last night...
is this the one narrated by Gary Sinise? It has recently appeared on Netflix. There is another, same exact name, which is narrated by somebody with a thick British accent that I can barely hear at times. It is also on Netflix.

Netflix recently removed one I really liked. "Command and Control." It was about an explosion at a Titan II missile base in Arkansas in 1980. The missile which exploded had a nine-megaton hydrogen warhead on it.
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That's the one, Storm. I've seen many WWII documentaries but this one has footage I've never seen.
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I last watched FIRST BLOOD (1982) on VHS
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guns akimbo
quite a good movie if you want to relax
also, rewatched harry potter series
kids are growing so fast lol
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That's the one, Storm. I've seen many WWII documentaries but this one has footage I've never seen.
This one is sort of unique as it follows the individual lives of several soldiers. I thought it was excellent.

Another similar called "The War" followed communities instead of individuals. All the towns were relatively small, except for Mobile, AL. The others, I cannot remember the exact names. One was in California, another in Minnesota, and a third in New Jersey. There are quite a few installments in the series.

I watched Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" a while back. I was in school when all that was going on so I remember very little about it. It was informative, at the very least.

I had to throw in the towel on "Hoaders." The more episodes I watched, the more nasty it became. One last night about a man with 30+ cats did it for me. Since I have one cat, it was hideous to watch.
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Just watched true grit, the the 1969 John Wayne version.
Now getting the boat and gear ready so I can watch my fishing pole for a while.
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Finished up "The Last Czars" last night......well, I fell asleep during the last episode. I've got it queued up for tonight.

Quite a remarkable story.....sounds similar to what is happening today.

Oh well, when I finish the last 30min or so I'll have to find something new to watch.
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