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freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#71992 Sep 12, 2013
freedom Terrister wrote:
<quoted text>
thanks

and yet you hold it against me that I care about fictional people, too. is caring/empathy good or not good? pick a lane, Commander.

like, see, psychopaths like Dexter and Ayatollahs like Khamenei they are severely lacking in empathy department. so for them to frame an innocent cop for murder or to build enrichment facilities near civilians in, say, Qom, is no big deal.

but for people like Deb, it's unbearable on the conscious.(i tried the link again, it works now btw)

from 36:40 to 46:30
http://vidto.me/nf1bsqyctwh8.html
PS. Rinnisons Man, permit me a small - how to say in English? ah yes -- caveat:

now that I think about it, I also remember thinking at the time that we may be dealing with the ol' Ambrose Bierce switcheroo here: namely, when faced with an impossible choice in that shipping container at the end of season 7, Debra did NOT kill Cpt. Maria LaGuerta but rather her brother Dex, afterall.

And that the whole season 8 is actually a split-second of Dexter's pre-death final fantasy manifestation: right down to "spiritual mother" Dr. Vogel magically revealing herself out of nowhere as a weird retroactive-continuity gimmick to absolve Harry of his original sin of creating the killer that Dex became.... Deb almost killing herself with guilt but somehow recovering... the true love of his life Hannah also magically returning, strangely wearing same clothes she did then & not even bothering to wear disguise even though at that point she is a high-profile fugitive.... and now I find out that they are on their way to same dream destination from previous, Argentina.....

oh and now there is no doubt Dexter is no true un-feeling psychopath but actual human boy capable of feelings, real love & redemption as almost an anti-hero or even dare I say, a super-hero of sorts...

Is this Dallas viewers felt when the whole it's just a dream thing famously happened?!

Because, surresli, if anything remotely close to that outlined scenario happens.... kill me now ahahahaha!!!

TRD

“The Real Deal”

Since: Apr 09

Central Florida

#71993 Sep 12, 2013
freedom Terrister wrote:
<quoted text>
PS. Rinnisons Man, permit me a small - how to say in English? ah yes -- caveat:
now that I think about it, I also remember thinking at the time that we may be dealing with the ol' Ambrose Bierce switcheroo here: namely, when faced with an impossible choice in that shipping container at the end of season 7, Debra did NOT kill Cpt. Maria LaGuerta but rather her brother Dex, afterall.
And that the whole season 8 is actually a split-second of Dexter's pre-death final fantasy manifestation: right down to "spiritual mother" Dr. Vogel magically revealing herself out of nowhere as a weird retroactive-continuity gimmick to absolve Harry of his original sin of creating the killer that Dex became.... Deb almost killing herself with guilt but somehow recovering... the true love of his life Hannah also magically returning, strangely wearing same clothes she did then & not even bothering to wear disguise even though at that point she is a high-profile fugitive.... and now I find out that they are on their way to same dream destination from previous, Argentina.....
oh and now there is no doubt Dexter is no true un-feeling psychopath but actual human boy capable of feelings, real love & redemption as almost an anti-hero or even dare I say, a super-hero of sorts...
Is this Dallas viewers felt when the whole it's just a dream thing famously happened?!
Because, surresli, if anything remotely close to that outlined scenario happens.... kill me now ahahahaha!!!
I was going to say it sounds familiar and I'm cool with it but now it will cause your death and I'm so conflicted.

OK...what if Argentina is code for hell and He's taking everyone he loves except Deb with him?
freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#71994 Sep 12, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Homey don't install strange video players and I don't hold anything against you. Well, that time the dude stalked you back here was classic but I get that her empathy was the linchpin of the entire ensemble. Do you get that I like them with a little more meat and a little less potty mouth?
no, no no for the love of both Allah the Merciful & Allah the Merciful 2: Electric Boogaloo, don't install or download anything or click on anything other than 'Proceed to video' or the Play button.

As long as you skip the ad or quickly close the ad pop-ups that opens up, the episode plays fine. Just forward to 36:40 mark to save yourself time.

Btw, I mean it, TRD. Ize is just being Ize, which is more than fine because this place would be less fun here if he/she weren't, but I appreciate your kind words in my defense nonetheless.

You and others may laugh, but I still consider you a friend even though I obviously don't know you and we never seem to agree on anything. As I get older, loyalty & friendship, empathy and other sentimental things take on more importance. And while it's true I do drop by here to just unwind a little and talk some silly sh!t about seemingly trivial things with strangers, I do hope that unlike earlier in this thread, I don't come off as (quite as big) a know-it-all bastage who at times had fun at other people's expense -- no matter if it was justified or not.

Then again, in my defense paraphrasing Tennessee Williams, "the only truly unforgivable thing is deliberate cruelty, and I've never been guilty of that". So whatevs. This is why I don't do internet at all anymore other than what is professionally necessary.

re: JC or Debra Morgan. I think we are talking about 2 different things. You are commenting on the actress's "do-ability".... while I am commenting on the character herself. Give me a person of integrity, compassion, intense emotional personality and hyper-sexuality -- and if the "price" of that is that she is skinny & says "frankenstein fillet of f*ck" in a moment of surprise.... I make that trade-off in a heart-beat.

Maybe not 3 years ago, but now I do.

http://www.videoweed.es/file/e645513a2b0f2

Since: Jun 10

Ramat Gan, Israel

#71995 Sep 13, 2013
.

Y, if you liked my copy-pasta carbonara on Puttain's letter, posted on the Illuminati's N.Y. Times nest .. you are going to faint after reading this new random order of letters, commas and periods..

…and don't think we didn't talk about it this morning with the Rabbi and the crowd of honorable … more honorable by far than this kaffir … attending services..

A coward attack on people praying … any people & to any god … is only good for igniting a few mtthr fckkrs that eventually posses a legal or illegal weapon … and might end up cowardly using it against other innocent people..

…and I end up cursing (for a good cause), a few of my fellow asswholes in the crowd of praying sinners, gathered early this morning around a noisy air conditioner that should have been already replaced on the same day the Brits left Palestine…
.. but I feel I had been already excused for this regrettable misdemeanor …

""Palestinians attacked a gathering of Jews praying at Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus early Thursday morning, throwing stones, bricks and firing an automatic weapon, according to Israeli media reports and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
None of the worshipers were wounded, but a Palestinian was injured by Israeli troops responding to the attack.

Because the Jewish holy site is located in a large Palestinian city, Israel Defense Forces personnel were guarding the worshipers, estimated at 1,400 by the Jerusalem Post. They were praying in advance of the Jewish Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, which begins Friday evening.

“At one point, one of the attackers opened fire at soldiers with an automatic weapon. Troops and civilians took cover and soldiers fired back in the direction of the gunfire, hitting the terrorist who had opened fire on them,” writes Arutz 7.

The IDF Spokesman’s office released a statement which read in part,“The IDF identified the suspected shooter and fired towards him in self defense. The suspect was moderately wounded and after receiving treatment by an IDF military doctor, he was transferred to a nearby Israeli hospital for further care.”

“The IDF ensures freedom of religion and worship throughout the region. Last night’s incident emphasized the challenges we have and the potential jeopardizing of religious beliefs. The IDF will continue to facilitate the religious needs of the various populations in the region,” said Lt. Col. Peter Lerner.

Under the Oslo Peace Accords, the Palestinian Authority is supposed to allow Jews to pray at Joseph’s Tomb and to provide security for the area. However, the site has a history of bloody incidents targeting Jews. In October 2000, the shrine was ransacked by Palestinians. In the ensuing clashes, an Israeli border police officer was killed as were six Palestinian attackers.

Rabbi Hillel Lieberman who headed the Jewish seminary located in the tomb complex was also killed in Nablus in October 2000.

In 2011, Palestinian Authority policemen fired on three cars carrying Jewish worshipers who had just prayed at the site, killing an Israeli father of four.""


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Since: Jun 10

Ramat Gan, Israel

#71996 Sep 13, 2013
.

Y,.....and so today you don't go around empty handed..

....Here, take this for dessert..

Allahu akbharr

#t=40

Y, if you read that a few Palifckks got shot on their asses ... balance it against the crowd tossing confetti at the passing cars..

.

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#71997 Sep 13, 2013
Voice of Peace wrote:
.
Y,.....and so today you don't go around empty handed..
....Here, take this for dessert..
Allahu akbharr
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =xg1Gv7WjSkMXX#t=40
Y, if you read that a few Palifckks got shot on their asses ... balance it against the crowd tossing confetti at the passing cars..
.
They run like rats after they do it. Where are the authorities? They do what they get away with.

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#71998 Sep 13, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>oh no, I'm all misdiffused.
Well, how'd I do, Bob?

Going here today on my new day off so don't try to upset me. You can do that, can't you?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twin_Lakes_%28Co...

We be doing East Twin (Washining). I will miss all of you, like Hemorrhoids. Ark Ark

TRD

“The Real Deal”

Since: Apr 09

Central Florida

#71999 Sep 13, 2013
freedom Terrister wrote:
<quoted text>
no, no no for the love of both Allah the Merciful & Allah the Merciful 2: Electric Boogaloo, don't install or download anything or click on anything other than 'Proceed to video' or the Play button.
As long as you skip the ad or quickly close the ad pop-ups that opens up, the episode plays fine. Just forward to 36:40 mark to save yourself time.
Btw, I mean it, TRD. Ize is just being Ize, which is more than fine because this place would be less fun here if he/she weren't, but I appreciate your kind words in my defense nonetheless.
You and others may laugh, but I still consider you a friend even though I obviously don't know you and we never seem to agree on anything. As I get older, loyalty & friendship, empathy and other sentimental things take on more importance. And while it's true I do drop by here to just unwind a little and talk some silly sh!t about seemingly trivial things with strangers, I do hope that unlike earlier in this thread, I don't come off as (quite as big) a know-it-all bastage who at times had fun at other people's expense -- no matter if it was justified or not.
Then again, in my defense paraphrasing Tennessee Williams, "the only truly unforgivable thing is deliberate cruelty, and I've never been guilty of that". So whatevs. This is why I don't do internet at all anymore other than what is professionally necessary.
re: JC or Debra Morgan. I think we are talking about 2 different things. You are commenting on the actress's "do-ability".... while I am commenting on the character herself. Give me a person of integrity, compassion, intense emotional personality and hyper-sexuality -- and if the "price" of that is that she is skinny & says "frankenstein fillet of f*ck" in a moment of surprise.... I make that trade-off in a heart-beat.
Maybe not 3 years ago, but now I do.
http://www.videoweed.es/file/e645513a2b0f2
That site spends a lot of time buffering and pandering for premium service. I'll download the torrent and watch it again...I promise. In the beginning of this conversation I said that after this season, a lot of good writing would be lost. Your passion for the subject speaks volumes on behalf of my statement. As well, your concern for qualities like loyalty and integrity speak to your metamorphosis and growth as an actor and person. It wasn't always the case but I'm feeling lucky to have an internet buddy like you.

You don't need to defend Ize to me...we're doing fine. He does need a good fight every once in a while to flush the dark thoughts from his system, other than that, he's a big, cuddly Teddy Bear of a pal.

TRD

“The Real Deal”

Since: Apr 09

Central Florida

#72000 Sep 13, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, how'd I do, Bob?
Going here today on my new day off so don't try to upset me. You can do that, can't you?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twin_Lakes_%28Co...
We be doing East Twin (Washining). I will miss all of you, like Hemorrhoids. Ark Ark
You nailed it!

Have fun..I personally couldn't spend that much time in a place named by someone with a speech impediment.

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72001 Sep 13, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>You nailed it!
Have fun..I personally couldn't spend that much time in a place named by someone with a speech impediment.
You crack me up. Afternoon-3:00PM and later for the trip. I'm going with somebody I worked with 30yrs ago. Ran into him at a lake where he seems to be the Mayor of all that is good about fishing. Couldn't believe it. He invited me to go to his honey hole. Don't get any weird ideas. Man, did HE got old. LOL

TRD

“The Real Deal”

Since: Apr 09

Central Florida

#72002 Sep 13, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
You crack me up. Afternoon-3:00PM and later for the trip. I'm going with somebody I worked with 30yrs ago. Ran into him at a lake where he seems to be the Mayor of all that is good about fishing. Couldn't believe it. He invited me to go to his honey hole. Don't get any weird ideas. Man, did HE got old. LOL
There's a minor going on 2:45-3:45...GET SOME!

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72003 Sep 13, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>There's a minor going on 2:45-3:45...GET SOME!
And here I thought we were good. You got a mean streak and you deserve anything you get. Veeky had better be on his toes. I mean, way up on those toes. Or, stay out of the showers.

TRD

“The Real Deal”

Since: Apr 09

Central Florida

#72004 Sep 13, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
And here I thought we were good. You got a mean streak and you deserve anything you get. Veeky had better be on his toes. I mean, way up on those toes. Or, stay out of the showers.
FTW?
freedom Terrister

Chicago, IL

#72005 Sep 13, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>That site spends a lot of time buffering and pandering for premium service. I'll download the torrent and watch it again...I promise. In the beginning of this conversation I said that after this season, a lot of good writing would be lost. Your passion for the subject speaks volumes on behalf of my statement. As well, your concern for qualities like loyalty and integrity speak to your metamorphosis and growth as an actor and person. It wasn't always the case but I'm feeling lucky to have an internet buddy like you.
You don't need to defend Ize to me...we're doing fine. He does need a good fight every once in a while to flush the dark thoughts from his system, other than that, he's a big, cuddly Teddy Bear of a pal.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ew0h3xnwyR4XX
I wouldn't recommend downloading anything. I rechecked it, once you close the pop-ups, it plays smoothly.

http://www.videoweed.es/file/e645513a2b0f2

41:00-47:20
http://www.videoweed.es/file/8a88441af4f11

36:40-46:30
http://vidto.me/nf1bsqyctwh8.html

I like passion & passionate people even in fiction, you're right. Just having fun with cyber buddies, no biggie. I almost backed into Dexter by accident but since you appeared to like it and are based in Miami, hey I thought hey we have something in common afterall.

But like I said even though it's TV, I couldn't turn off the mental gears completely (although that grueling 4 day marathon can really screw with your head at times).

Plus my world has expanded, not geographically like before, but in a much broader/deeper sense of the word over recent years. This seemingly out of left field choice of lib/performance arts probably helped shape that -- or maybe it was the other way around and I was rebelling against the old order, instinctively drawn to what seemed more natural... and it was a perfect match, a calling if you will. Who knows.

I used to think I was pretty fearless, but have since realized that a person can be fearless or tough physically but a coward morally & cripple emotionally. I don't want that; would much rather be a balanced human being -- and loyalty, integrity, compassion have to a part of that even if they come at the expense of EGO or naked ambition...

so maybe that's why I subconsciously relate to not just Deb Morgan but Dexter too (the whole wanting to become more "human".... let's not over-think it though, haha, it's just silly entertainment right?)

I do disagree with you on the writing part. Unless you mean the entire concept of the series, in which case yeah looking back to around 2006-2007, Dexter would have probably the best thing on TV.

But that shouldn't excuse the subsequent assassination of character, plausibility & sheer self-satisfied laziness (had a misfortune of seeing one podcast with the new showrunners, mercy are they delusional or what!)

Guess we compartmentalize things differently. You don't seem to separate the hotness factor or lack thereof of Jennifer Carpenter -- and comparison her to (prime) Brigitte Bardot is pretty unfair, LOL.... while I find Debra Morgan to be quite likable and admirable, flaws and all.

Anyway, I'll try to drop by later today, if you feel like chatting some more about silly TV fare and such. It's definately enjoyable and blast from the past for me and a change of pace from the complicated world of "real-life".
Freedom terrister

Chicago, IL

#72006 Sep 13, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>That site spends a lot of time buffering and pandering for premium service. I'll download the torrent and watch it again...I promise. In the beginning of this conversation I said that after this season, a lot of good writing would be lost. Your passion for the subject speaks volumes on behalf of my statement. As well, your concern for qualities like loyalty and integrity speak to your metamorphosis and growth as an actor and person. It wasn't always the case but I'm feeling lucky to have an internet buddy like you.
You don't need to defend Ize to me...we're doing fine. He does need a good fight every once in a while to flush the dark thoughts from his system, other than that, he's a big, cuddly Teddy Bear of a pal.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ew0h3xnwyR4XX
I wouldn't recommend downloading anything. I rechecked it, once you close the pop-ups, it plays smoothly.

http://www.videoweed.es/file/e645513a2b0f2

41:00-47:20
http://www.videoweed.es/file/8a88441af4f11

36:40-46:30
http://vidto.me/nf1bsqyctwh8.html

I like passion & passionate people even in fiction, you're right. Just having fun with cyber buddies, no biggie. I almost backed into Dexter by accident but since you appeared to like it and are based in Miami, hey I thought hey we have something in common afterall.

But like I said even though it's TV, I couldn't turn off the mental gears completely (although that grueling 4 day marathon can really screw with your head at times).

Plus my world has expanded, not geographically like before, but in a much broader/deeper sense of the word over recent years. This seemingly out of left field choice of lib/performance arts probably helped shape that -- or maybe it was the other way around and I was rebelling against the old order, instinctively drawn to what seemed more natural... and it was a perfect match, a calling if you will. Who knows, though as Life seems so mysterious & it's really hard to be objective about one's self.

I used to think I was pretty fearless, but have since realized that a person can be fearless or tough physically but a coward morally & cripple emotionally. I don't want that; would much rather be a balanced human being -- and loyalty, integrity, compassion have to a part of that even if they come at the expense of EGO or naked ambition...

so maybe that's why I subconsciously relate to not just Deb Morgan but Dexter too (the whole wanting to become more "human".... let's not over-think it though, haha, it's just silly entertainment right?)

I do disagree with you on the writing part. Unless you mean the entire concept of the series, in which case yeah looking back to around 2006-2007, Dexter would have probably the best thing on TV.

But that shouldn't excuse the subsequent assassination of character, plausibility & sheer self-satisfied laziness (had a misfortune of seeing one podcast with the new showrunners, mercy are they delusional or what!)

Guess we compartmentalize things differently. You don't seem to separate the hotness factor or lack thereof of Jennifer Carpenter -- and comparison her to (prime) Brigitte Bardot is pretty unfair, LOL.... while I find Debra Morgan to be quite likable and admirable, flaws and all.

Anyway, I'll try to drop by later today, if you feel like chatting some more about silly TV fare. It's definately enjoyable and blast from the past for me and a change of pace from the complicated world of "real-life"

TRD

“The Real Deal”

Since: Apr 09

Central Florida

#72007 Sep 13, 2013
Freedom terrister wrote:
<quoted text>
I wouldn't recommend downloading anything. I rechecked it, once you close the pop-ups, it plays smoothly.
http://www.videoweed.es/file/e645513a2b0f2
41:00-47:20
http://www.videoweed.es/file/8a88441af4f11
36:40-46:30
http://vidto.me/nf1bsqyctwh8.html
I like passion & passionate people even in fiction, you're right. Just having fun with cyber buddies, no biggie. I almost backed into Dexter by accident but since you appeared to like it and are based in Miami, hey I thought hey we have something in common afterall.
But like I said even though it's TV, I couldn't turn off the mental gears completely (although that grueling 4 day marathon can really screw with your head at times).
Plus my world has expanded, not geographically like before, but in a much broader/deeper sense of the word over recent years. This seemingly out of left field choice of lib/performance arts probably helped shape that -- or maybe it was the other way around and I was rebelling against the old order, instinctively drawn to what seemed more natural... and it was a perfect match, a calling if you will. Who knows, though as Life seems so mysterious & it's really hard to be objective about one's self.
I used to think I was pretty fearless, but have since realized that a person can be fearless or tough physically but a coward morally & cripple emotionally. I don't want that; would much rather be a balanced human being -- and loyalty, integrity, compassion have to a part of that even if they come at the expense of EGO or naked ambition...
so maybe that's why I subconsciously relate to not just Deb Morgan but Dexter too (the whole wanting to become more "human".... let's not over-think it though, haha, it's just silly entertainment right?)
I do disagree with you on the writing part. Unless you mean the entire concept of the series, in which case yeah looking back to around 2006-2007, Dexter would have probably the best thing on TV.
But that shouldn't excuse the subsequent assassination of character, plausibility & sheer self-satisfied laziness (had a misfortune of seeing one podcast with the new showrunners, mercy are they delusional or what!)
Guess we compartmentalize things differently. You don't seem to separate the hotness factor or lack thereof of Jennifer Carpenter -- and comparison her to (prime) Brigitte Bardot is pretty unfair, LOL.... while I find Debra Morgan to be quite likable and admirable, flaws and all.
Anyway, I'll try to drop by later today, if you feel like chatting some more about silly TV fare. It's definately enjoyable and blast from the past for me and a change of pace from the complicated world of "real-life"
Reclaiming your lost column inches?

I feel compelled to come clean about a couple of things...

First, I really don't watch much TV anymore. When I do turn it on, the TV is like a snooze button that helps me disconnect and drift off. For that reason I watch some laughs and then some learns and soon I'm off to sleep.

Second, I haven't lived in Miami for over 30 years but yes, I still follow the pulse of my home town. Not via a fictional show set there, but by reading the Miami Herald or talking to my brother who stubbornly refuses to abandon the ancestral ship.

Third, I definitely don't endorse marathon viewing in order to catch up on a show. Just look what it's done to Mr. Ize.
Freedom terrister

Chicago, IL

#72008 Sep 13, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Reclaiming your lost column inches?
I feel compelled to come clean about a couple of things...
First, I really don't watch much TV anymore. When I do turn it on, the TV is like a snooze button that helps me disconnect and drift off. For that reason I watch some laughs and then some learns and soon I'm off to sleep.
Second, I haven't lived in Miami for over 30 years but yes, I still follow the pulse of my home town. Not via a fictional show set there, but by reading the Miami Herald or talking to my brother who stubbornly refuses to abandon the ancestral ship.
Third, I definitely don't endorse marathon viewing in order to catch up on a show. Just look what it's done to Mr. Ize.
"Ya killin me smalls" :)



I thought we finally found something in commmon, however trivial. And don't knock fiction; it not only is informed by real life, created by real people, it sometimes can be more "real" than reality itself. Certainly more entertaining & insightful. Even guilty pleasure fare like Dexter.

Hey whatever, I am enjoying this back and forth, irregardless. I hope the links help be on the same page, I tend to try to reference things in real-time so as to make sure we're on tne same page (tried to provide the exact time-frame, so you and Ize don't have to watch the whole thing).

I get it, as I said before, I never used to think much of the TV realm either (if it weren't for my studies/craft component, certainly wouldn't put myself through 4-day wringers like that, however enjoyable it was truth be told). To be fair, TV quality in the last decade is WAY up, at times exceeding the movies even the literary source-material, just have to find the right show(s).

For some reason I remembered you mentioning Miami. Either way, you can't take Miami out of a person, right? Keeping the pulse on the place as you say, does show get the essence/vib of Miami right? Has it changed in 30 years (cocaine wars, hispanification and all? Why did you leave if you don't mind?)

Does fasting on this Yom Kippur extend to internet posting? I am atoning, but maybe not enough?

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72009 Sep 13, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Reclaiming your lost column inches?
I feel compelled to come clean about a couple of things...
First, I really don't watch much TV anymore. When I do turn it on, the TV is like a snooze button that helps me disconnect and drift off. For that reason I watch some laughs and then some learns and soon I'm off to sleep.
Second, I haven't lived in Miami for over 30 years but yes, I still follow the pulse of my home town. Not via a fictional show set there, but by reading the Miami Herald or talking to my brother who stubbornly refuses to abandon the ancestral ship.
Third, I definitely don't endorse marathon viewing in order to catch up on a show. Just look what it's done to Mr. Ize.
As for the third thing, it costs money , Jew Cork Soaker. You know, pay for premium viewing? If you ain't taking you fall asleep. I get it. LOL
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#72010 Sep 14, 2013
Some "NEWS", I am saying this for many many years and now the arabs are saying the same thing. Good morning America!!!!!!!!!!

http://personalliberty.com/2013/09/11/is-obam...
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#72011 Sep 14, 2013

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