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8/28/15 WDT NSFW

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shegirl, Aug 28, 2015.

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  1. Whothehell

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    I think The Wire is the better show, but Oz is the more mindlessly entertaining show that requires zero thinking.
     
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    Wow, I was really drunk last night. I'm kind of scared to scroll up and see what else I wrote.
     
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    The Wire and Deadwood I think are the two greatest shows, but The Wire is an acquired taste. It's tests your patience and doesn't care about what the viewer wants to see, but every character is has is three-dimensional and utterly human. The show's creator was a newspaper editor and he REALLY knows how a city operates.

    Oz is as close to real prison as prison shows gets. It's fast and really graphic and nasty. Chris Meloni's character alone makes the show worth seeing.

    Watch 'me both. They're both good shows.
     
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    I started Oz, just watched the first episode and enjoyed it very much. So I will start with that one. On another note, my husband can't figure out our Kindle Fire so I am probably the only person alive with a bigscreen TV watching movies on the laptop. I need to hire a kid to hook up our electronic equipment.

    The Wire will be next. I don't know if I am in the mood for slow and "character development" at the present time.

    Sigh, I am supposed to celebrate a friends birthday by taking a party bus to drag queen bingo. How pathetic am I that I would really rather sit home in my pajamas and watch a 9 year old TV show?
     
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    Final Destination, Canadian edition:

     
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    Hopefully you did not drunk internet shop and buy any dog shirts that said, "Since I gave you your first orgasm in 5 years over the phone will you marry my daddy."
     
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    An update after today's prepwork. Here's some of the pictures I was able to get.

    First we cubed about 20 lbs of boneless pork shoulder
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    This half we made into a spicy garlic & rosemary sausage.
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    This batch was supposed to be hot italian, but some dumbass forgot to add in the fennel before we cased it. (I'm the dumbass)
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    After going through the stuffer into the casing.
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    Part 2

    This is the first of two briskets we rubbed. We rubbed them with a cocoa cayenne mixture I made up a while back that everyone seems to like the flavor on.
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    Here's the 2nd brisket. Both were right around 10-11lbs.
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    Finally, here's the bacon we started curing that we'll be making day of. It's a coffee and molasses blend. It's really great for burgers. Or just eating the whole thing by itself like nature intended.
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    My buddy is a fantastic cook. Since moving into his current place, he's gotten more ambitious with his homebrewing (growing his own hops, etc..) and large scale food projects. He's done crawfish and shrimp boils, smoked tons of meat, and a couple other things that are impressive for living in a city apartment. They've turned out awesome...except for his first attempt at curing bacon. For a variety of reasons, including time and temperature, the bacon didn't cure fully and properly and they all got vicious food poisoning. Glad that was more of a roommates thing and not a party even which would have lead to me in the same predicament.
     
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    Played golf this morning for my buddy's birthday, and almost made it the entire round without hitting anyone. Until the 18th hole, when I drilled an iron that hit the birthday boy right on the shoulder.

    That brings my hit count to 2 people. I should start carving notches in my 9 iron. At least I haven't killed anything yet, unlike other friends of mine.
     
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    My dad got hit in the centre of his back. On Father's Day. These drunk assholes didn't let us get two hundred yards out when they teed off and it one-bounced into my dad's spine. He was already a bit sour after a swan beat the shit out him while he looked for his ball in high reeds (Happy Fathers Day!) so he grabbed their ball and hit it directly back at them. It was a good shot, it nearly hit them. His best shot of that day probably, I'm not sure if he played again after that.
     
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    Don't bother, The Wire fucking sucks compared to other shows like The Sopranos or Breaking Bad. It's drones on and on and on with no payoff and the characters are a snooze fest.
     
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    I hit a buddy of mine square in the ass cheek with a golf ball. He hit his ball off the tee and then decided he'd wander down the pathway instead of waiting until after I'd hit mine. It wasn't intentional, but damn, I don't think I've ever seen someone jump quite that high before or since.
     
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    This is the most retarded thing I've read today, and I've been grading the essays of 10th graders. And a few of them are legally retarded.
     
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    I am not so sure that I would go so far as to say that The Wire actually sucks; I respect the acting and realism, but I never got into it for exactly the reasons that Juice states.

    And Breaking Bad had its moments, but it wasn't without flaws (that's a discussion for another thread).
     
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    Y'all...I'm buzzed and want something sweet. I can't drive anywhere. Someone bring me something!
     
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