Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by fnordcircle, Mar 28, 2019.
You know I always appreciate how hard you try.
I don't manscape but I do clear away all foliage to try to create an optical illusion that fools the eye's ability to properly gauge size and distance.
We all do. Tune is very trying
Particularly if you're jetefan69
I know things are different in fnordlandia but just as an FYI here in the rest of the world defoliating is a form of manscaping.
Landscaping is different from just tearing out the entire lawn.
Presumably it's the same with nether regions. I'm not scaping anything, I'm buying myself precious centimeters of visible real estate.
So clearing the forest to illustrate a shrub?
That's a non sequitur.
Don't pull out your German hate speech on me pal! YOU ARE A NONSEGUE
We work with what the Good Lord above has seen fit to give us, sir.
And She is not without a sense of humor
I feel like Yossarian in "Catch 22" reading this thread............
Not sure if you have access to Hulu or not, Joe, but they recently released a series starring George Clooney. I haven’t checked it out yet. I read the book, but don’t remember much about it, and I’ve never seen the movie.
Just figured that I’d let you know since you referenced it.
you gotta watch the original...it's a tour de force...absolutely seminal movie...so many great actors..Orson Welles, Alan Arkin as Yossarian,Buck Henry, Jon Voight,Martin Balsam,Charles Grodin...a true satirical masterpiece
And provides insight into how the Jetes' front office works.
I didn’t realize Chernobyl was only five episodes, so I watched it last night. Excellent television, but one decision by the directors will make this unwatchable for my wife and several others.
Spoiler: Chernobyl Spoiler
The dog execution scenes were really hard to watch. I understand this is trying to give you truth and not lies, and for the viewer to feel strong emotions about the event. However, I’m disappointed to learn it was apparently fabricated for the HBO story and wasn’t necessary.
What HBO got wrong: Chernobyl general gives hit TV show a reality check
RTD: Are you saying they never executed animals, like they show in the episode?
Tarakanov: No, they did, but never in the residential area. In the residential parts, there were no cows, no dogs – not a single one. The shooting did take place, but it was in the forests, where wild animals still roamed, including deer, as well as cattle that wandered off after the evacuation. But to show this young boy, recently drafted, being given all this equipment straight away [is just absurd].
Other than that, thanks for the recommendation. This was television at its finest. Jared Harris gives an epic performance.
We fast forwarded through all of that.
All three were outstanding, but Harris takes the cake. He should get an Emmy nod.
It sucked compared to the book. Hope this helps!
Why, because there weren't subtitles? You have to get past only understanding the speech patterns of shemales from the Philippines. Face it, when James White called you the "Greatest Poser Who Just Whines," you heard, "Greatest Poster of All-Time."
The book goes into a lot more of Yossarian's thought processes and the absurdity of it all.
But yes I preferred the book to the movie because I can't read. Throwing the book at people is more effective than throwing the VHS/DVD at them.
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