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Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:05 pm
yes i think so but not sure there's actually an up. you grow those? we occasionally buy them at the store, only to kill them within a couple of weeks.
Yellow should be toward the bottom of the flower.

Yup grew them, and they come back every year like clockwork. You know, Florida, where everything grows whether you want it to or not.

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Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:03 pm
Okay that's weird, in the post the photos are upside down but when I tap on them they turn rightside up. Is anyone else seeing that?
No. Upside down for me no matter what.
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I just ordered an extra controller and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD...for the kids
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Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:58 pm
I just ordered an extra controller and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD...for the kids
Yes... for the kids...

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sure, make me type in "super monkey ball" in the search line.
yeah, uh-huh. for the kids. riiiight.
dang, KM, great minds think alike.

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Super Monkey Ball was my second-favorite favorite game for my old Game Cube. It's probably the closest think to a Mario-type game for the PS4.
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I really am enjoying all this time with the furry guard dogs. (They guard nothing, but look scary)
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K9s wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:25 pm
kronkmusic wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:03 pm
Okay that's weird, in the post the photos are upside down but when I tap on them they turn rightside up. Is anyone else seeing that?
No. Upside down for me no matter what.
Every pic I’ve ever posted here has been upside down. Which is why I haven’t posted many pics. :)

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My son, out in Cali, signed us up for NetFlix....What a barren wasteland of almost NOTHING I want to waste time watching! Yuck! Far worse than Amazon Prime! I hope there's stuff HE likes as he "shelters in place."
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My son, out in Cali, signed us up for NetFlix....What a barren wasteland of almost NOTHING I want to waste time watching! Yuck! Far worse than Amazon Prime! I hope there's stuff HE likes as he "shelters in place."
There's actually a ton of good backlogged stuff on Netflix, you just gotta go digging for it. Unfortunately Netflix got rid of their rating system after some dumbass comedian complained that nobody liked their unfunny jokes.

If you've never seen Breaking Bad I highly recommend it. Dexter was good too, and I'm pretty sure they have the entire Sopranos series on there.

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My wife totally dug Frankie and Grace on Netflix. Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin have good chemistry.

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My wife totally dug Frankie and Grace on Netflix. Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin have good chemistry.

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I'll either like it, or, like 99% of "sit-coms" going back to "The Honeymooner" it will consist of putting someone in a really uncomfortable position that they make worse trying to get out of it--and those always made my flesh crawl. I always thought TV sit-com writers were the most uncreative bunch, recycling "jokes" and "situations" from their index card files (when they had such things).
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Unexpected, entertaining twists with no bad vibes.

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YankeeTarheel wrote:
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My son, out in Cali, signed us up for NetFlix....What a barren wasteland of almost NOTHING I want to waste time watching! Yuck! Far worse than Amazon Prime! I hope there's stuff HE likes as he "shelters in place."
Until Netflix, Roku and Prime, I never knew just how many shit movies are made with famous stars that totally sucked and I never heard of before. Same goes for the no name star - terrible plots, poor acting, just sucky. It's like millions of Sharknado's popped out of Hollywood's ass. Few gems found. I do enjoy BritBox and on season one of Inspector Morse now.
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Inspector Morse rocks. There's also Sherlock.

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"The Expanse" on Amazon Prime would be my top recommendation for binge watching. If you like politics, the show has a really interesting conflict triangle between Earth, Mars and the "Belters" (underclass of Asteroid Belt miners formed over generations).

If you're into philosophy, "The Good Place" is well worth watching. Goofy, endearing, and at times, thought-provoking.

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Oh fuck he's on to us! Quick! Scatter like cockroaches!

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"The Expanse" on Amazon Prime would be my top recommendation for binge watching. If you like politics, the show has a really interesting conflict triangle between Earth, Mars and the "Belters" (underclass of Asteroid Belt miners formed over generations).

If you're into philosophy, "The Good Place" is well worth watching. Goofy, endearing, and at times, thought-provoking.
Definitely gonna have to check out The Expanse, thanks for the heads up! Free for prime members?

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There are some good British shows on. Browdchurch was pretty good. Luther was pretty good.

One can always simply waste 9 hours walking into Mordor with the Lord of the Rings.

Another option for movie rentals that doesn't have a monthly fee is Vodo.

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Thanks to people posting pics of the flowers. I woke up to about 2 or 3"s of fresh snow today. Not taking any pictures of it.

The last few days I've been cooking like crazy, made a big batch of chicken and dumplings soup plus slow roasted a very big ham.

I plan on tackling bread next.

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snow, especially fresh, can be very pretty. shiny.

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I want snow! We have a fresh coating of yellow pine pollen on everything here.

*sniffle*

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i remember that from when i lived in N. GA. nothing but pine flats for hundreds of miles in any direction, what did you expect?

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i remember that from when i lived in N. GA. nothing but pine flats for hundreds of miles in any direction, what did you expect?
Pine nuts!
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