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  1. My cats are better than the ones in Carolina...

  2. Neo-Soul is to the new generation what Contemporary R&B was in my youth. Same thing, different name. 

    1. Jules

      Jules

      It just sounds dumb, I get the marketing perspective but I hate when the same thing is changed with names over and over again. Blah.

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I know, and they do it over everything. I go to the club and hear "dub step" which is really just House dance played with better equipment. "Retro wave" is the synth pop/new wave of the 80's. 

    3. Jules

      Jules

      "Duh step"? Now my intelligence truly IS being insulted.........

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  3. Nerd question: Super Castlevania IV or Symphony of the Night? 

  4. Noooooo!!!! Not more celebrity passings! R.I.P. Arnold Palmer. I have no idea how you were as a golfer, but the half and half tea with your name on it, is the best bargain priced tea on the shelf. I can get a great big bottle of it for just 2 dollars....R.I.P., and I just bought some of that today! Wow, what a coincidence!

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I don't think i could blow your ears out, since all of my recording stuff is leveled around 70%.

       

      Many metal guitar players make the mistake of just turning everything up loud, loud, loud...that's not how to get that solid metal tone. It's more about evening things out. Loudness don't always drown out poor quality, and more often times than not, it amplifies existing noise (pedals plugged in, effects) 

       

      No need to worry. my compressors are set, and I keep everything leveled out so it's not super duper loud. 

    2. Jules

      Jules

      You work volume control well, some just want to make it LOUD LOUD LOUD since thats like super duper uber cool.

    3. Jules

      Jules

      I do like metal, but I swear a full Motley Crue show was VERY harsh. Those guys must have been so insane in their prime.

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  5. Old school metal for Halloween weekend. 

     

     

     

     

    1. Jules

      Jules

      I will listen to those tomorrow during the games.

       

       

    2. Jules

      Jules

      Kansas City Chiefs song today.

       

       

       

  6. Other than Luke, Princess Leia has the most impressive kill count of the Star Wars trilogy. 

    1. Jules

      Jules

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      Jules, that's BB-8 you're talking about, the new droid. He's the cutest thing ever 

       

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      Cutest thing ever, sorry but it stole the show. lmao 

    2. Synthetic
    3. Jules

      Jules

      OMG

       

      That.

       

      Just WOW.

       

      Thats the best!!!!!!!

       

      :yahoo:

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  7. Patiently waiting for Mark Kermode's review of Batman vs Superman, only thing I am excited for about this movie.

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    2. Jules

      Jules

      LOL I didn't even realize Pacino was in that, that movie was the butt of a lot of jokes many years ago. I think yeah Ben and JLo were an item once. Was that Bennifer? It was that time period when couples names got combined.

       

      I have not seen anything with JLo since American Idol when I still watched it.

       

       

      I thought "the wedding planner" was a cute film with her and Matthew M. though in the early 2000's. lmao 

       

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0209475/

       

      Back when Matthew M was stuck in the romantic fantasy leading roles that nobody took seriously. I remember the wedding planner too since she played someone smart in the movie who worked hard at her job.

       

       

       

      LOL any guys on this forum who come in this status now to see about the batman/superman film are going to be like WTH?

    3. Jules

      Jules

      LOL someone here just posted a status update that Batman vs. Superman is awful. lmao They saw it.

       

       

    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Al Pacino is in "Gigli" really? I believe you Bogie. I just hold him in high esteem from his work with director Michael Mann with "The Insider" & "Heat" that I don't want anything to tarnish my opinion of his acting ability. I even liked him in "You Don't Know Jack" as in Dr. Jack Kevorkian as an HBO TV special. 

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  8. Playing a DOOM marathon for Halloween tonight. 

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    2. Jules

      Jules

      Well I didn't want to get into it, but this is the brand you have to buy at the mall or order online. It's more pricey but it's the best option for money when it comes to higher end products. And it's all 100% fragrance free.

       

      http://www.clinique.com/

       

      Clinique is love. lmao I splurge sometimes on it.

       

      You cannot buy this in a store unless it's a department store.

       

      But, at that link you can get all kinds of free gifts too.

       

       

      This is Christmas stuff kinda worthy gifts.

       

       

      Ok I will stop. lmao 

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I always get a lot of Axe and shaving cream for Christmas. I can't complain, still have razor sets that have been good since last Christmas, just with a routine maintenance. lmao

       

      I need some hair cutting scissors for Christmas this year, probably going to ask for that from one of my relatives so I can cut my own hair. 

    4. Jules

      Jules

      Yeah you can cut your hair but be careful since you want it even in the back and stuff too. Maybe get some help from your mom or sister.

       

      I gotta run, time to sleep soon.

       

      Onto game 7 we go......*gulp* This is a beat down tonight at the moment.

       

       

      Good night!

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  9. Playing Symphony of the Night >>>>> Watching any football game. 

  10. Prince, Vanity, David Bowie and George Michael - the 1980's music stars that we lost to this terrible year. 

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      I like Bowie's song "Seven" as my tribute to this groundbreaking musician, civil rights advocate, & deep thinker overall. 

       

       

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Vanity passed a few months before Prince, which speaking of....she did Miami Vice, the episode "By Hooker By Crook" 

       

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      And Melanie Griffith and George Takei were in the same episode

       

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      80's awesomeness 

       

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      I should see if that Miami Vice TV episode is available online via You Tube. I've always liked George Takei as an actor. 

       

      I forget all about Vanity's passing. Talk about a brutal yr for actors & high profile celebrities. Man. 

       

      You always come up with fascinating material in Status Updates Bogie. 

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  11. R.I.P. Chuck Berry, one of the greatest. For those that want to check some of his catalog now, "Chuck Berry Is On Top" was arguably his best album. It contained all his big hits from Johnny B. Goode to Little Queenie, Carol, Almost Grown, Maybellene, etc etc. 

     

    Sadly, CD copies of Chuck Berry Is On Top are relatively difficult to come across. The album has been out of print for a long time. Amazon sells CD-R versions, which I do own a recent copy. Basically, it's legal for them to press CD-R versions of out-of-print albums and sell them for inflated prices over 20 dollars. It comes with a booklet and all the art is printed on nice paper, but one look at the back of the disc clearly shows that it's a CD-R and not the real thing. 

     

    Chuck's best album in print, happens to be his debut record 'After School Session'. Maybellene is on this album and was later included on 'Chuck Berry Is On Top'.

     

    My favorite Chuck Berry song was 'Little Queenie' and this video of him dancing is a glory to see, watch how he moves his legs back and forth. 

     

     

    Who covered Chuck Berry the best??? IMO, the Rolling Stones and no one else. 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' featured two Chuck Berry covers. The one of Little Queenie was gorgeous. There are times when listening to Kieth Richards' rhythm style of playing where he can actually fool the listener into the thinking it's really Chuck Berry you're listening to. Only reason I take the Stones over any other covers is because of that. No other guitar player mastered Chuck's style better than Kieth Richards. 

     

     

     

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Chuck Berry was around forever like BB King. It really is sad to see him go. Now only Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis remain living from that old era, and as for the Blues, we got Otis Rush and Buddy Guy still with us (Buddy who has now been grandfathered into that role of "king of the Blues" since BB passed).

       

      Chuck Berry outlived BB King, that was a surprise to me. I thought he was a few years younger.

       

      I imagine for your father, he was the coolest thing in the world back then. Just watching videos of Chuck Berry is a great pleasure. 

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      Worth noting; Chuck Berry's 12 bar blues style of rhythm playing rocker songs is so influential. You hear it in practically everything. While he didn't invent the 12 bar blues, he certainly influenced how it's used - fast paced for a rocker. 

       

      The Rolling Stones used his style of 12 bar blues rockers a lot. Even Bowie's Suffragette City uses the 12 bar straight out of the playbook. 

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      Thanks for starting this status update on Chuck Berry Bogie. I have a great deal of respect for the diversity of your historical musical knowledge across a variety of genres. I sincerely mean that. I'm not exaggerating either. 

       

      I appreciate that nugget you shared on how Berry's death affected your father too Jules. 

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  12. R.I.P. Lemmy, you were one hell of a showman. I'll be having a drink, and listening to 'Overkill' in your honor tonight. Heavy Metal has lost one of the greats today. 

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      Motorhead had a few great classic metal albums. Never was big on them but 'Overkill' is a classic. 

    2. Jules

      Jules

      I know the name but nothing pops into my head. My sister was well aware though just like she knew the name of the shredder dude with the name I can't say or spell who everyone worships. 

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      He wasn't the best singer ever, but Motorhead had a great raw sound. Hard to believe they were a trio too. Lots of talent in there. 

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  13. R.I.P. Miguel Ferrer, underrated actor in a number of stuff back in the 80's and mostly known for NCIS these days. 

     

    From Star Trek

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    From Robo Cop 

     

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    From Miami Vice

     

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    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      He was in a lot of stuff. Voice actor too, and mostly known for TV shows like Crossing Jordan and NCIS. One of those little known names lurking in movies putting up memorable performances as secondary characters. 

       

      He actually was in Miami Vice twice. He's in season 5, I just don't have the DVD set to do a screen cap. He had a little part in season 4, but an episode where he played a villain in season 5. 

       

      He was a big villain for NCIS, which fans of that series were worried months ago when his last appearance had him slurring lines and speaking badly. They thought he suffered a stroke but he died of throat cancer and had been suffering for a while. 

       

       

       

    2. JPPT1974

      JPPT1974

      Heard he was such a very nice guy in real life. As may he RIP!

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      Thanks for your additional insights on actor Miguel Ferrer Bogie. I apologize for not replying sooner. I have to be in the right mood to stroll through status updates. I wasn't ignoring you or anything like that. 

       

      Yeah, voice over work can be quite lucrative too. A distinctive voice can generate a nice, steady paycheck long after Hollywood bad boy roles start drying up. 

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  14. R.I.P. Scott Weiland, very saddened to hear you are gone. 'Creep' was always STP's best hit. 

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      First Kurt, then Layne Staley, and now Scott; all gone, and I'm only 33 years old. Shocking to see. 

    2. Moncrief

      Moncrief

      I respectfully disagree but it's a toss up.  Wicked Garden, Big Empty, Interstate Love Song and Plush were great as well

  15. R.I.P. Scotty Moore. One of the greatest guitar players ever, definition of legend. Without him there would have never been a Jeff Beck. Rest old one, you were amazing.

    1. southwest1

      southwest1

      Sun record legend along with Jerry Lee Lewis & Johnny Cash. Darn, this has been a tough year for losing groundbreaking musicians. 

       

      Thanks for posting this Bogie. I appreciate it. 

    2. 2006Coltsbestever

      2006Coltsbestever

      RIP I have heard of him. Man it was a bad day for people passing away. Bad year actually for musicians and sports figures.

    3. Jules

      Jules

      I am just glad I am not famous since if I was I might think 2016 is my last year.

       

      This year is getting scary!!!!

  16. Ran across this over the morning and thought you would find it interesting. Seeing as I just spent most of the year binge watching through Miami Vice, I had to go back to Michael Mann's film work and see how it holds up against the bulk of his prime show.

     

     

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      I did not like the Miami Vice movie at all. I've seen so much of the show, and there's so many issues with it. Farrell and Fox have absolutely no chemistry as Crockett and Tubbs. That's really like the #1 problem of the movie. I wasn't even sure they liked each other in the movie, whereas in the show, there's that whole "I got your back" mentality about them with this brotherly bond. In the movie, he leaves Tubbs behind to go on that cruise with the girl to Cuba...in the show, this only happened once, he left Tubbs behind in the episode 'Nobody Lives Forever' and Tubbs gets the crap beat out of him, and this leads to Sonny feeling guilty and trying to make up for it later. People can make fun of Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas all they want, but those two had a chemistry together that has largely been unmatched in buddy cop films and shows. 

       

      If you do like that movie though, I would highly recommend checking out the episode 'Smuggler's Blues'. The entire movie is really like a 2 hour long re-write of the Smuggler's Blues episodes. And yep, it's the one with Glenn Frey pretty much playing himself in it, but he still pulls off a good performance. There is only minor differences between the film and that episode, most notably, Trudy doesn't die but Tubbs is given such a crappy situation at the end. (he jumps, Trudy dies. He don't jump, she still dies)

       

      and the point of where in the film, Sonny leaves Tubbs behind, in Smuggler's Blues, there's the scene where of him and Glenn Frey talking about Vietnam and he says "I had to leave fallen comrades behind, but this one, I CAN'T leave behind". 

       

      I don't know if that movie should've even been made though cause Vice pretty much is a product of the whole 80's era, and it's a definite necessity for the younger generation of 80's loving hipsters, and I don't know if that formula can work in modern setting. Crockett and Tubbs benefited from that environment of the wild wild west mentality of the cocaine cowboys. That all changed in later decades. 

    2. southwest1

      southwest1

      To be completely candid with you Bogie, I never followed the Miami Vice TV show as closely as you clearly did & still do apparently. I viewed Miami Vice the 2006 movie more like co-workers who know what makes each other tick, but they're not hanging out after work going to a local cop dive eating brats, buffalo wings, swallowing an ice cold beer together & bonding. It's not that they don't care about each others welfare; they just appreciate space apart from each other so that when they are in life & death situations respect for their colleague doesn't blur or get in the way of arresting the big criminal fish or killing him as an absolute, last resort. 

       

      Chemistry between central characters matters yes, but in my estimation, Crockett & Tubbs are more like 2 guys who appreciate 1 another's skill sets under cover & they have no desire to be blood brothers or bosom buddies at all. Why them come together against that drug smuggler who hurts Trudy is because these bad guys bleeped up the professionalism & smoothness of their vice unit collectively. Sure Trudy is considered a friend that no harm should come to. However, when a unit gels professionally & you know each members tendencies; when a bad guy messes with that cohesion that took yrs to build an aggressive response of revenge is required. 

       

      I actually liked the feature film better than the series because if you are that close to a partner & something horrific happens to them or a loved one they care about....Your professional relationship is forever tarnished & compromised now because your objectivity is totally lost & you're too emotionally invested in the protection of your parter rather than completing the mission in the field. Some level of distance is mandated to see the big picture, lock up the bad guy, & not become yr partner's guardian angel. 

       

      I like that we don't know if Tubbs will retire from police work to tend to Trudy's needs. I like that Crockett has regrets over falling in love with this money manger & flipping her world upside down. I like that the audience has no idea if this Vice Unit will split up or not at the end of the movie. That's real life. Not a 40 minute show where everybody will be back next week no matter what. 

    3. southwest1

      southwest1

      I do appreciate the insights & familiarity you have with Michael Mann's early work in TV before he became a major motion picture director though Bogie. Thank you. 

       

      Yes, the original Miami Vice TV show was perfect for the era it was produced in. All that is true. However, I applaud Mann for modifying the storyline to fit in a 21st Century backdrop about cops, drug smugglers, people caught in the crossfire; & the toll this kind of work transforms a person into--cold, calculating, stoic, & indifferent with jaded attachment issues. 

       

      I did see some of the original series when it was originally released on network before cable & satellite widened an audiences viewing choices at large. It was a well made show with solid script writing. I just like Micheal Mann now as an established director who cut his teeth on the original TV show, but he doesn't plan on living there forever. TV was a steeping stone to bigger productions in cinema & he's not gonna be a slave to that small screen medium unless Hollywood says Mike you can't cut it as a big screen director anymore. 

       

      He doesn't despise TV perse. No, it's more like his grand visions & storylines are better suited for wrap around surround sound environments with outstanding picture clarity. I also like that his high intense action scenes are few & far in between. He understands that less is more in terms of explosions, chase scenes, & gun violence. All that really matters is the emotional investment the audience has with the characters on both sides of the law. 

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  17. Re-watched the Force Awakens twice yesterday....The more I go back to this film, the less I am impressed with it. Each scene is very nostalgia heavy, and the film does a terrific job paying tribute to what Star Wars is about all in image. One could write a book demonstrating it scene by scene what the film is calling back to in the classic movies. 

     

    However, as beautiful as a film is, it don't make up for lack of storytelling. Essentially it's a New Hope 2.0 in it's framework and Abrams and company played this VERY safe. Why does the Empire still exist 40 years ago blowing up the death star and killing Vader and the Emperor? Why do the rebels still act (and look) like a rag tag team of partisans opposing the bigger established system? If anything, the rebels should be the ones in power now and whatever is left of the Empire should be scattered and weak. 

     

    After further thought on this, I wish they would have went with more original EU material to make up a story. Timothy Zahn's book and the character of Thrawn alone, could have inspired a much better film. 

     

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    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Star Trek is far more technical and complicated than Star Wars ever could be. 

       

      Most Sci Fi material tends to be a bit complicated since a lot of the writers tend to focus on sociological factors besides science. 

       

      Star Wars really is just fantasy with a coat of space paint over it. All the stories and the characters have their parallels to various mythologies and it's not a coincidence why you see biblical sounding names in Star Wars, and stuff that looks like it's from mythologies. Since a lot of mythologies and old tales have meanings that are easy to relate to, the same goes for what is in Star Wars' context with a lot of the characters. 

       

      Star Trek is really complicated and is kinda hard to get into at first, and it's far more politically thought out than Star Wars ever was. In Star Wars, you have good and evil. Star Trek is a lot more branched out besides simple black and white good/evil themes. To put it simple; had the Empire or the Sith been in Star Trek, it would have been far more thought out and explained what their ideology and goals are, besides THEY'RE EVIL BAD GUYS. 

       

      Another big Sci Fi series but I have not sat down with it is Battlestar Galactica. Not as complex as Star Trek but still complex. I almost began watching this recently after I realized that Edward James Olmos gets to play Lt. Castillo in space, and managed to get some Emmy nominations. 

    3. Jules

      Jules

      My allergy ridden brain just fried but I gave you a like.

       

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    4. southwest1

      southwest1

      Bogie, 

       

      I do agree that JJ Abrams deserves considerable credit for paying homage to the original trilogies saga [the folklore mystique of the original 1977 classic] while at the same time promoting a new female heroine to pull in a greater number of women fans to give this version of Star Wars a twist with some new teeth or fangs to it. 

       

      The difference between Star Wars & Star Trek as feature film franchises regarding the most contemporary versions recently released as trilogies is this: Star Wars appeals to pirates, smugglers, pilots, & a Messiah myth thru the Force to reinforce the notion a poverty stricken individual or rebellious person who came from nothing can achieve greatness courtesy of an innate gift. 

       

      Star Trek, on the other hand, canters to scientists & military families in a space aged Air Force built on tradition, reputation, repetition, following orders in the interest of structure for the greater good i.e. 'the Borg' beehive mentality; & honoring your family name thru yrs of service for your country or StarFleet. Freelance behavior is frowned upon because this desire for independence or self recognition runs counterproductive to 'the needs of the many, the few, or the one.' No one is born with a special power to hone & harness here. The only to survive & achieve success is to accomplish tasks as a group or trusted unit operating on all cylinders especially during a moment of crisis or impending calamity. 

       

      Star Trek is more jargon based too as opposed to Star Wars which revolves around a supernatural energy called 'the Force' that only a chosen few possess like a magical strand of DNA. Star Trek is all about structure, heirarchy, chain of command, & no defiance vs Star Wars which perpetuates controlling your emotions & feelings by almost becoming a deity or larger than life invincible leader yourself. 

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  18. Reaction to new forum - "My God, It's Full Of Stars!" 

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      Send me what you want Jules and I'll make you a banner. 

    2. Jules

      Jules

      OMG, I will have to think this over. I wonder what I should use? Whooo hooooo. Thanks. I have to sleep on this probably too. 

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

      That's fine, take your time. I have the dimensions of the cover written in my notebook, so I can make some. They are like Facebook covers but slightly smaller. I made some for some friends on there last year, so I don't have a problem doing graphic work for you. 

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  19. Red Letter Media spoofing the "nerd" culture is the best thing ever. VERY COOL....

     

     

    1. Jules

      Jules

      I'll save it, no idea what this is........lol

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      They're making fun of nerdy "geek culture" and all the stuff on Youtube of people over-analyzing move trailers and how VERY COOL everything is. 

  20. Regular old Stratocaster > Every other guitar in the world. 

    1. Jules

      Jules

      lol I can attest that it is possible too now. lmao I heard your work.

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Thank you Jules! I work hard on those recordings. Still need to learn how to edit them on the multi-track editor. My next learning project. 

    3. Jules

      Jules

      HOJ is sounding good lately!

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  21. Replaying Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, thoughts??? I haven't touched the game since 2014, going back with fresh view.

     

    Setting aside the nostalgia and original formula of A Link To The Past, the game holds it's own very well. I love the art style. It's very cute and grows on you with repeat plays. I absolutely love the orchestrated soundtrack featuring full symphony renditions of the old SNES music (the dark world theme remix being my favorite). Upon first playing, I thought of the wall merge idea as a gimmick, but now upon a second replay, I see this is very neat and adds a new dimension to the 2D play style. 

     

    Overall, terrific game! 

    1. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

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      Okay if they are imports then they probably do cost too much and it's best to just find them online for free.

       

      That is a solution but you would be surprised at video game nerds, or just nerds in general that will fork out money for something they love. And I'm not innocent either, I've blown a lot of money in the past on old records, sometimes crazy excessive amounts of money on trash albums. I stopped collecting a few years ago, I just don't have the money to afford to blow it on CD's and old records left and right anymore (and to be honest, I'm running out of room for CD's. So many take up a lot of space) 

    2. Jules

      Jules

      I think I would rather buy the Miami Vice stuff if I am going to blow some money lol.

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      That would NOT be wasting money. Miami Vice is the bomb, and right now some of those DVD sets are dirt cheap with the new 2016 boxed reissues coming out in October. 

       

      I can't wait for my birthday, I'm ordering season 5 so I can go back and re-watch the finale. 

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  22. RIP Dennis Davis. Bowie's long time drummer from the late 70's, died of cancer last week and I had no idea about this until tonight. This has been a rough year of losing music legends and great people under the curtain that don't get a lot of spotlights. 

    1. Jules

      Jules

      "Panic in Detroit" the title always reminded me of "Panic in the streets".

       

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0042832/

       

       

    2. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      You just found an old film noir I haven't ever watched, and that's my favorite genre of old movies. :goodluck:

    3. Jules

      Jules

      Thats a very very famous old movie. I only seen bits and parts but the title is hugely famous.

       

      And omg......your new background and avatar are........:excited:2.png

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  23. RISE UP: Biggest Super Bowl deficit in NFL history...your 2016 Atlanta Falcons. 

     

     

    1. Jules

      Jules

      Falcons outscored 25-0 tonight in 4th quarter

    2. JPPT1974

      JPPT1974

      Really Falcons choked big time!

    3. Synthetic

      Synthetic

       

      Jules, the Falcons have choked like this for YEARS....Usually against the Saints and sometimes Carolina too. 

       

      Boring predictable team. Matt Ryan won't win MVP next year....Everyone will forget about him after he goes back to being an average QB. 

       

      Note* This is the first and probably will be the only year they had a 100% healthy Julio Jones. 

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  24. RLM nails Rogue One in their review. Rich Evans is always hilarious...but it does raise the question: what if Rogue One had been a sort of fun spy movie instead of the super serious gritty war movie?

     

     

  25. Ronda Rousey knocked out in 48 seconds, wow! 

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