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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hood b. goode, Dec 23, 2017.
And they are French so they go both ways. It's a fact.
Wanted to watch queens Gambit, but going to save it.
Started watching this instead. Was really lost after 1 episode. I'm through 3 and it has my attention
However, there are a few shots of naked girls and I think they refer to them as 16, so
Fiance spoke to cricket taco man, Charles (?) for work a couple weeks back. Thought that was pretty cool.
no teeth is kinda nice, my friend told me I would not know
Laura would never!!!
i have questions
how hard was it back then to finger a girl with all the obstacles.
it seems like girls are easier nowadays
Somebody’s been drinking.
You never fail
it’s incredible, I could have only 17 beers and a couple of shots and you would spot me.
The iron chastity belts were an obstacle.
i was referring more to the thick bushes.
Anyone know of any good organized crime documentaries?
I really enjoyed McMillions on HBO
Not entirely organized crime, but enough to make it interesting and a pretty wild story if you don’t know about it.
About to finish it and it’s great. Too bad it’s probably not gonna have a second season.
Not a documentary, but the first 2 seasons of Gomorrah are on HBO now. Probably my second favorite mob series behind The Sopranos.
So 5 years of vulgar latin
Also 4 episodes in and really enjoying it.
Just discovered this one. I love a good revenge tale. Starting it now.
I watched 15 minutes of hubie Halloween and it was the worst thing I’ve ever watched
am I missing something
Was it really the worst thing you’ve ever watched?
I would argue having to watch a WVU basketball staring Kevin Pittsnogle is pretty tough to see
I mean what is this
yeah a sense of humor
Kevin pittsnogle was awesome what are you even talking about
His face man
I find him to be handsome
Couldn’t even make myself finish it. Shit was terrible.
Just finished Queens Gambit. What a nice surprise and good series. Wasn’t expecting anything, but enjoyed it.
Are you well versed in old Adam Sandler comedy? Billy Madison? Happy Gilmore?
Enjoyed the series Evil. 8/10... Good combo of science and paranormal.
Just finished this myself. Really enjoyed it.
I got through maybe 45 minutes of it and ejected when I saw there was still like an hour left. Thought it was ok, just didn't really feel the need to watch the rest
It's not typically the type of show I'd get into but really exceeded my expectations.
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Chappelle’s Show is on Netflix, Funniest shit on TV for two years
I mean... those movies were way better
A bunch of callbacks to old characters doesn't really move the needle
How was this? Just watched the trailer and it looked promising
Just got to the Piss on you episode, high af right now and this might be the funniest skit ever
Ive been watching it too and I actually recognize some of the rappers now.
also the early 00s were still pretty homophobic.
Chappelle is frankly one of of the best comedians since Pryor. Making fun of sexuality and race is an incredibly difficult line to cross, especially in the years since his show aired. With that said, he has been able to do it. His last special on Netflix was probably the funniest standup I’ve ever seen, but not many comedians could get away with it. And the “professional critics” blasted it because they were scared of what he was saying, while the public showed they were desperate for a message like his.
My point, after a bit of meandering, is Chappelle is never going to change his message, despite public pressure for someone to be PC. I don’t know if the Chappelle Show would fly in today’s market, but it would be a shame if it didn’t, because it’s absolute genius.
He’s going to offend people. All the best comedians offend people.
I liked it. Definitely worth a watch if you like those types of flicks. The mood (to me) is very Blue Ruin, only in 19th century Ireland.
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Well that's going on the list
Watched The Queens Gambit, really enjoyed it. Thought it was great.
Has anyone watched The 12th Man on Netflix? I think it is a 2018 movie, but I never saw it and watched it last night on Netflix. I would recommend if you haven't seen it and like true stories from WW2.
Thank you. Added.