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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?

“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

Kfar Saba, 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

Kfar Saba, Israel

#72011 Sep 14, 2013

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72012 Sep 14, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>FTW?
Playing Hangman again?

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72013 Sep 14, 2013
Uzi wrote:
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...
That publication is great for lining the cat's litter box. Ranks right up there with Gravy's Veterans Today. Nice work.

Since: Jun 10

Tel Aviv, Israel

#72014 Sep 14, 2013
Uzi wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/why-pale stinians-want-learn-israelis-1 45612784.html#/video/clashes-c ontinue-turkish-capital-064434 367.html
.

Good piece..

After 5 - 6 times we had parents complain to the five old timers that set up our improvised headquarters at the local library to help the Arab kids with homework ... and after seven successful results ... all of them, knock on wood, still studying .. two Illuminati israeli commies lawyers wrote a threatening note to the library director, with a copy to the city mayor ....listing our names and accusing us of 'brain washing the innocent kids'..

NONE of the Arab parents but one .. came out and supported us.

We abandoned ship ... and until this moment nobody took the bull by the horns and set up a symilar joint within the Arab community to help the kids..

There are private after-school classes that cost money ... and that none of the kids we helped could or can afford..

M,(71), a Polish born Israeli full hearted volunteer, undoubtly the very best of us ... summarized the situation we got into..

"I wish those parents loved the kids more than they hate us.." (Golda had a similar line a few moons ago).

.

Since: Jun 10

Tel Aviv, Israel

#72015 Sep 14, 2013
.

From subject to subject ... however, remaining always on the same subject..

""The distance between Gaza and Ramallah in sheer miles is hardly significant.

But in actuality, both cities represent two different political realities, with inescapable cultural and socioeconomic dimensions. Their geopolitical horizons are vastly different as well Ė Gaza is situated within its immediate Arab surroundings and turmoil, while Ramallah is westernized in too many aspects to count.""

...from the donkey's mouth..

http://maannews.net/eng/ViewDetails.aspx...

.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72016 Sep 14, 2013
Voice of Peace wrote:
<quoted text>.
Good piece..
After 5 - 6 times we had parents complain to the five old timers that set up our improvised headquarters at the local library to help the Arab kids with homework ... and after seven successful results ... all of them, knock on wood, still studying .. two Illuminati israeli commies lawyers wrote a threatening note to the library director, with a copy to the city mayor ....listing our names and accusing us of 'brain washing the innocent kids'..
NONE of the Arab parents but one .. came out and supported us.
We abandoned ship ... and until this moment nobody took the bull by the horns and set up a symilar joint within the Arab community to help the kids..
There are private after-school classes that cost money ... and that none of the kids we helped could or can afford..
M,(71), a Polish born Israeli full hearted volunteer, undoubtly the very best of us ... summarized the situation we got into..
"I wish those parents loved the kids more than they hate us.." (Golda had a similar line a few moons ago).
.
"Good piece" Mutt said to Jeff. One lies and the other swears to it. LMFAO.

http://www.google.com/imgres...
Uzi

Kfar Saba, Israel

#72017 Sep 14, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
That publication is great for lining the cat's litter box. Ranks right up there with Gravy's Veterans Today. Nice work.
Hey dickhead, talking about the muslim publications or you just "missed" it. Sooner or later your kind will have to get out of your coma.
Uzi

Kfar Saba, Israel

#72018 Sep 14, 2013
Voice of Peace wrote:
<quoted text>.
Good piece..
After 5 - 6 times we had parents complain to the five old timers that set up our improvised headquarters at the local library to help the Arab kids with homework ... and after seven successful results ... all of them, knock on wood, still studying .. two Illuminati israeli commies lawyers wrote a threatening note to the library director, with a copy to the city mayor ....listing our names and accusing us of 'brain washing the innocent kids'..
NONE of the Arab parents but one .. came out and supported us.
We abandoned ship ... and until this moment nobody took the bull by the horns and set up a symilar joint within the Arab community to help the kids..
There are private after-school classes that cost money ... and that none of the kids we helped could or can afford..
M,(71), a Polish born Israeli full hearted volunteer, undoubtly the very best of us ... summarized the situation we got into..
"I wish those parents loved the kids more than they hate us.." (Golda had a similar line a few moons ago).
.
Did I ever tell you that arab muslims are stupid?? Go to Haifa and see the difference between muslims and christians (both arabs).Day and night. Have fun.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72019 Sep 14, 2013
Uzi wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey dickhead, talking about the muslim publications or you just "missed" it. Sooner or later your kind will have to get out of your coma.
Coma? How about your obsession with our POTUS? They put Hinkley away and shot Oswald. You need treatment. Here's your prescription. Call me in the morning.

TRD

“The Real Deal”

Since: Apr 09

Central Florida

#72020 Sep 14, 2013
Did anybody else break the fast with Belgian waffles?

In bed?

Unalone?

I think I may have further reformed Judaism.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72021 Sep 14, 2013
For my best buddy, TRD and his sidekick. Ameteur video at its best. But undeniable talent. Yeah, once again. Color me sentimental.

Since: Jun 10

Tel Aviv, Israel

#72022 Sep 14, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
"Good piece" Mutt said to Jeff. One lies and the other swears to it. LMFAO.
http://www.google.com/imgres...
.Y, it's official..

""You donít have to believe in VOP {God} to go to heaven""

..""non-believers would be forgiven by VOP {God} if they followed their consciences.""

..and that's The Pope talking..

Look, on the Strip it's a reality, boys and girls study in separated schools after 8 - 9 years old.

Haramm to introduce modern western style values, principles or codes of behaviour..
Shaaria rocks ..

Y, this is my first sin in the year 5774 ... fckk you savage ignorant (by choice)..!!

In the Galilee,(for the last 65 years, a sovereign territory of the State of Israel) due to the fact that every municipality, by law decides about their big "E" within their territory, the mtthr fckkrs already screwed up the education standards, level and quality of the Arab kids.

In Acre (by the Mediterranee) the obscurism has some difficulties difusing into society because there are large quantities of Jewish kids on the education system.

Haifa, the Christian Arabs never gave up .. but Muslim kids don't enjoy 'perverted western ideas, concepts and entertainment'..

Lod-Ramlah ... there have been stubbings around the issue..

Tel Aviv, the Muslim parents lack the cohones to organize opposition to keeping their kids in the Middle Ages..

Jerusalem, you already read it on Uzi's piece.

... and you mttthr fckkrs, you take education of Arab kids in Israel and the Territories for granted ...

You and the rest of the good for nothing ignorant ass wholes didn't get yet down your carcasses filled with manure ... that **as long as there is a gap between the education that Little Monster gets in Tel Aviv, by the Yarkon River ... and the education that H's grandson gets in Yaffo**... one of them will make it through college and the other one will only watch ...with his nose pressed against the fckkn window that they themselves agreed to instal at the starting point of the kids' education process.

Second sin ... Fckk you..!!

.

.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72023 Sep 15, 2013
Voice of Peace wrote:
<quoted text>.Y, it's official..
""You donít have to believe in VOP {God} to go to heaven""
..""non-believers would be forgiven by VOP {God} if they followed their consciences.""
..and that's The Pope talking..
Look, on the Strip it's a reality, boys and girls study in separated schools after 8 - 9 years old.
Haramm to introduce modern western style values, principles or codes of behaviour..
Shaaria rocks ..
Y, this is my first sin in the year 5774 ... fckk you savage ignorant (by choice)..!!
In the Galilee,(for the last 65 years, a sovereign territory of the State of Israel) due to the fact that every municipality, by law decides about their big "E" within their territory, the mtthr fckkrs already screwed up the education standards, level and quality of the Arab kids.
In Acre (by the Mediterranee) the obscurism has some difficulties difusing into society because there are large quantities of Jewish kids on the education system.
Haifa, the Christian Arabs never gave up .. but Muslim kids don't enjoy 'perverted western ideas, concepts and entertainment'..
Lod-Ramlah ... there have been stubbings around the issue..
Tel Aviv, the Muslim parents lack the cohones to organize opposition to keeping their kids in the Middle Ages..
Jerusalem, you already read it on Uzi's piece.
... and you mttthr fckkrs, you take education of Arab kids in Israel and the Territories for granted ...
You and the rest of the good for nothing ignorant ass wholes didn't get yet down your carcasses filled with manure ... that **as long as there is a gap between the education that Little Monster gets in Tel Aviv, by the Yarkon River ... and the education that H's grandson gets in Yaffo**... one of them will make it through college and the other one will only watch ...with his nose pressed against the fckkn window that they themselves agreed to instal at the starting point of the kids' education process.
Second sin ... Fckk you..!!
.
.
Oh me Oh my. If I didn't have an onion in my pocket, my eyes would be as dry as sand paper. Fckk you back, Mutt.

Since: Jun 10

Tel Aviv, Israel

#72024 Sep 15, 2013
.

No, no, noooo....
Nowadays...fckkking me is not a good idea..
Je vous explique..

- I have hemorrhoids.
- After my last HIV test I promised God I wouldn't have sex unprotected anymore... well, it seems like I messed up agian..

..so until further notice ...

..FCKK YOU, ONLY..!!

.

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#72025 Sep 15, 2013
Voice of Peace wrote:
.
No, no, noooo....
Nowadays...fckkking me is not a good idea..
Je vous explique..
- I have hemorrhoids.
- After my last HIV test I promised God I wouldn't have sex unprotected anymore... well, it seems like I messed up agian..
..so until further notice ...
..FCKK YOU, ONLY..!!
.
Jeff doesn't seem to mind, Mutt. Keep up the good work.

http://www.google.com/imgres...
Uzi

Kfar Saba, Israel

#72026 Sep 15, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
Coma? How about your obsession with our POTUS? They put Hinkley away and shot Oswald. You need treatment. Here's your prescription. Call me in the morning.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =DCUmINGae44XX
Is that you in the chair???

This morning, the Muslim Brotherhood warned that if the United States

continues meddling in Syria, Egypt, Libya, and other Middle East hot spots they

intend to cut off Americaís supply of 7-11 and Motel 6 managers.

If this action does not yield sufficient results, cab drivers will be next,

followed by Dell, AT&T, and AOL customer service reps.

Finally, if all else fails, they have threatened to not supply us with any more

presidents.



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