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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by IowaShooter, Oct 24, 2018.
Trump walking into Walter Reed under his own power.
Star Trek night on H&I.
TOS, TNG, DS9 and Voyager all have great episodes. Enterprise will put me to sleep.
The original Twilight Zone series. Last night i watched "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" for about the 5th time. My wife had never seen it before & when it ended she said "must be where the politicians got their ideas from." How right she is.
Absolutely love the original Twilight Zone. The Outer Limits series as well, though not quite so much.
Some of the episodes are downright strange. And many of them have a 'dated' feel to them. But a lot of them are brilliant.
watching an eclectic assortment of youtube tutorials
the ones about cooking eggs either have a highly domesticated woman in an authentic farm kitchen, or this guy... a guy who can say, about preparing scrambled eggs: "whip them into a froth until they are foamy. isn't that delightful" without traumatizing you. Imagine James Earl Jones saying that. or Christopher Walken.
gun tutorials are all run by lumberjacks named Karl da Jarl, or Special Agent Covert Ops guy. so many flannel shirts and beards, you expect a combined Ford truck and Man Pleaser commercial any second.
after prison and 1% biker videos are hosted by "please god don't let him sit next to me" guys.
rabbit raisers are as gentle and genteel as their charges. I concluded that the best way to raise rabbits where I live is to set up a garden just for the plentiful cottontails and let them get fat. it was that, or try to go Mister Rogers. I doubt I could make it that far.
Law and Order...
Lone Star Law.
S.W.A.T & Smallville
Sporting Classics on Outdoor HD TV.
I also prescribe to the Sporting Classic Magazine which if anyone wants an excellent Bi Monthly Magazine this is a great one. Shows some of the most fantastic shotguns, pictures and stories. From Bird hunting to Big Game.
Ali vs Frazier II
The BattleZone WWII (2015) series of documentary films, on WWII battles.
Come on Ole Miss!
1950s sci-fi movies are awesome.
They should have killed the goat herders
The Hobbit (2012) -- Seriously melodramatic in many of the scenes, as isn't surprising, I suppose. Lots of parts in the original Tolkien story didn't have significant detail, of course, so the filmmakers decided to "flesh it out" as they saw fit.
Some fairly amazing computer-generated effects in the thing. The dragon is fairly stunning.
If you're a Tolkien fan, it's worth seeing once. Beats the heck out of the 1977 Rankin & Bass animated, um, thing, that was done.
Was watching the qualifying for the Top 10 at Bathurst in the V8 Supercars
Tomorrow is the Big Race for 1000klms on 1 of the most unforgiving tracks in the world.
Watched “Brightburn” last night