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    We constantly forget we have Netflix... we binged over Christmas Day +26th. I’m lucky tho Kevin is home after work every night. And we can binge something new together.... he doesn’t like reruns. We’ve been watch car restoration shows - he loves that! And I like it too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 4AMNTN View Post
    We constantly forget we have Netflix... we binged over Christmas Day +26th. I’m lucky tho Kevin is home after work every night. And we can binge something new together.... he doesn’t like reruns. We’ve been watch car restoration shows - he loves that! And I like it too.

    Wait a second...isn't a car restoration a rerun?
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    Oh Lawd they're are several ... out of TX and CA. We get them on The Discovery Channel and MotorTend Channel - and he even watched out of the UK.

    OH!!!!!!!!!!! Barrett- Jackson starts Jan.11-19. Scottsdale. - that's on my bucket list. f course we'd have to buy a car too! Corvette 58-62. Chevelle 67 maybe even a 66-67 Nova. (another) 71 GSX and of course our all time THIRST car is a GNX. We've had 5 Buick Grand Nationals.
    And believe it or not - a guy (a retired policeman) from Los Angeles just moved in about 2 miles from us - stopped in to see Kevin & HE HAS A GNX!!!!!! small world.

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    woo - hoo! Been waiting a year it seems for NBC's Lincoln Rhyme!!! YES! The Jeffrey Deaver character from The Bone Collector! Tonight at 7? NBC

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    Anyone watch Lincoln Rhyme?
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    I like that - tho with everything goin’ on ive lost 23 pounds.... I haven’t weighed this in over 20 years


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    Hopefully going to see Bad Boys for Life. (3) this week. been waiting on this for years!!!!

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    Gonna try to rent Judy tonight. I also want to see JoJo Rabbit.

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    Gonna try to rent Judy tonight. I also want to see JoJo Rabbit.
    We watched Judy last weekend. Kind of a depressing portrayal, although Renee Zellwegger does a phenomenal job. Not as good a singer as the real Judy, but still a great role for her. Last night we watched Marriage Story, an Oscar nominee for best picture. It was also kind of depressing. Seems like a good counselor could've at least helped them both understand the different perspective of the other, but once the lawyers got involved they didn't really have much of a chance, it seemed. Scarlett Johanssen was very impressive. she had at least one incredibly long scene of dialogue that had me wondering if it was a lot of improv, like she was told "here are the main things we want you to say, you can choose to get there however you want."
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