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  1. Just a fair warning, this will probably make your blood boil...
  2. I’m ok with some reboots. I thought the Battlestar Galactica reboot would be a flop but it ended up being fantastic. But now NBC is going to reboot it again? The 1st reboot was only 15 years ago. Why not just put that series on their streaming service? Also, NBC is rebooting Punky Brewster and Saved By The Bell for their streaming service. Really?
  3. Amazon Music Lossless started today. Lossless music at affordable prices. Free 90-day trial and just $5 more a month over Amazon music regular price after trial. Much less than Tidal and other lossless streaming ($20+ per month.) Just searching a few minutes, I found some songs at 24-bit 192 kHz (for reference: CD quality is 16-bit at 44.1 kHz.) Order a Amazon Fire TV Stick, so hopefully it will deliver it digitally to my receiver so its DAC can decode instead of my phone's and my phone is limited to 24-bit 48 kHz anyway.)
  4. If a county fairs had booths where you could pay to beat someone with a bat, who would you want the victim to be.
  5. I just staactly the same. I bougoils. Loofference. Therw the coffee.
  6. Teen arrested in fatal stabbing of boy that dozens filmed as he bled to death I lied.
  7. I love these nature videos. This Impala is giving birth while these wild dogs attack.....
  8. Just wondering if any gamers remember being able to play Sega Genesis online back in the day .
  9. In my home we have a bedroom downstairs. Right now an old college friend is staying with us while she gets back on her feet. She woke my wife and I up saying she thought she had a seizure and was getting picked up by ambulance. My wife said she'd take care of our son, and recommended I go with the friend to the ER. On the way there, the friend got nausea and threw up a couple times in the ambulance. While in triage in the ER, she had another seizure. Now she's sedated in the ICU, slowly recovering while her system works its way out. The seizures are a serious, life threatening condition along with anxiety and many other symptoms. It is sobering to see the effects of long term alcoholism and how intense the physical dependency can be.
  10. He thought it was gonna be easy. Life is now easier for him.
  11. The more forest is cleared, the less moisture is held beneath its canopy, and the drier the land gets. The drier the land gets, the more susceptible it is to fire. The more fire, the less forest. A self-fulfilling cycle has already begun. The question is when it becomes irreversible.
  12. I often read speaker reviews and find good, unique, not-known music. Today when a review, this band's name caught my eye. To me this music is generally horrible. It did redeem itself toward the end, where the artist showed they had skill but most of it sounded like something some hillbillies would play to cause neighbors to call cops on them.
  13. OPRAH WINFREY NETWORK It's a breath of fresh air on television. It's so far beyond BET, Black Entertainment Television that it an insult to OWN to use it for a comparison. I grew up in America when television began. We had two stations in Nashville. Channel 4(NBC) and 5(CBS) was it and then came channel 8(ABC). I sat with friends to watch when channel 2(PBS) came on the air. It was all static, then a station came on. A person of color was such a rarity then that it was the responsibility of us(me and my brother) to announce running through the house, "THERE'S COLORED ON TV." Poor quality TV made all people of color the same complexion, black. Always, the characters were domestics who had big eyes and acted funny. Whenever they spoke, they were ignorant. BET came with cable, but it fell way short of being anything people of color could sensibly form any type of identity around. BET was the leader in vulgarity and ignorance broadcasting all over America. A station started by the so-called black people, presenting what people of color were supposed to be dying to see-Real Black TV. Lot's of music, soon it was bought by a broadcast company that immediately canned the two or three shows that tried to present/discuss anything intelligent. Oprah Winfrey is a woman who any description of as to her relevance in history and to the so-called black people will fall feebly short. She has taken her success and her enormous wealth to present the best television for people of color, probably on the planet. She has done this from her own heart because her fame came from television made for all people. I would guess her number one demographic for her life's working is intelligent, progressive white women. Most of the shows I have watched on the network are not, "look how screwed up I am because of white people." They are instead, look at some good drama that shows how some people of color actually act. A lot of OWN's shows any race of people could play the parts and would be as entertaining. The woman has put together a great television network that I think could help all people, particularly people of color. I didn't mean to write this much, but y'all know how I is.
  14. Just saw the Carnival Row trailer on Amazon Prime. It looks interesting. Is anyone watching the series?
  15. I'm on my second one. Really well written fast action, with great sub-plots.
  16. This is an interesting one. A relative of NBA star Kawhi Leonard has confirmed his sister is one of two women accused of robbing and killing an elderly woman at a Southern California casino. The Riverside Press-Enterprise reports the aunt of 35-year-old Kimesha Williams confirmed Saturday that Williams is the sister of the Los Angeles Clippers forward. Authorities say Williams and an accomplice followed an 84-year-old woman into a bathroom at Pechanga Resort Casino on Aug. 31, broke her skull and stole her purse. The victim died Wednesday. A Riverside County sheriff's investigator is asking a judge to keep Williams held without bail, saying she may flee and "has family that are well-off and could post her bail." Leonard attended high school in the area. He led the Toronto Raptors to their first NBA championship during the 2018-19 season before signing with the Clippers. I’m guessing she didn’t have a good relationship with her brother who is worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
  17. Was okay but I didn’t like the ending I actually like pennywise and they could have kept it going to another movie
  18. Spontaneous human combustion (SHC) is the concept of the combustion of a living (or recently deceased) human body without an apparent external source of ignition. In addition to reported cases, descriptions of the alleged phenomenon appear in literature, and both types have been observed to share common characteristics in terms of circumstances and the remains of the victim. Forensic investigations have attempted to analyze reported instances of SHC and have resulted in hypotheses regarding potential causes and mechanisms, including victim behavior and habits, alcohol consumption and proximity to potential sources of ignition, as well as the behavior of fires that consume melted fats. Natural explanations, as well as unverified natural phenomena, have been proposed to explain reports of SHC. Current scientific consensus is that most, and perhaps all, cases of SHC involve overlooked external sources of ignition.
  19. Tolerance has a bad side when taken to too far and the realities of societal norms are ignored or replaced with purely emo-based policy. The same can be said of many of modern society's ills, and our current reaction(s) to them