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What are you watching right now? - November Special

Posted by Daltons chin dimple on Sunday, November 3, 2013

Under The Dome.

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 I fear for the future of Chalky in Boardwalk.

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
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Posted: 6 years 42 weeks ago

After just five episodes, you're fearing for Chalky? Interesting.

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 Yeah.  Like I said, lots seems to be aligning!

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 So I am watching a Monty Hall documentary on scuba diving in The Blue Hole in Dahab, Egypt.  Fucking scary stuff.  Over 100 divers lost on this dive site.  They had footage from the camera on a diver who died there.  Horrible.

I had a near miss on Jackson Reef in Tiran, Egypt, but nothing like this.

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
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Is this the Monty Hall who hosted Let's Make A Deal??

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 Nope.  UK documentary maker and diver.

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Adam54
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That makes much more sense. And sounds oddly fascinating! What's it called?

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 Monty Hall: The Divers Graveyard

It was on UK Channel 5

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 Oooooh.  Tomorrow night on BBC One, documentary on Machiavelli presented by Peter Capaldi.

PS- anyone thinking he might not make a good Doctor, watch The Thick Of It! 

 

 

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
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 Derren Brown: Russian Roulette

Unnerving.

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Daltons chin dimple
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 Jesus motherfucking Christ,  I had forgotten how intense this is.

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Posted: 6 years 42 weeks ago

Well pound my butt! This season of Walking Dead has been pretty great.

Sent from Dalton's IPad.
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Daltons chin dimple wrote:

 I fear for the future of Chalky in Boardwalk.

Chalky in Boardwalk will be a-okay as long as the rain doesn't start to pour.

(How could Goits let this one slide?)

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Lost Girl from the SyFy Channel. I was kind of intrigued by the premise, and the first episode was very promising, but the 2nd episode took a bit of a dive. The first ep the main character Bo learns she's a fae (a succubus to be more exact) and there's other faes, light and dark, and they expect her to pick a side. She doesn't, so she's kind of on her own, though the others are watching her. In Ep 2 things get a lot goofier. Some green-farting fat dude shows up (he's a will-o-the-wisp) and wants her to track down this guy who's stolen his treasure, and in exchange he will give her info on her parents (because apparently they ran through his territory carrying her as a baby). The WOTW has a backpack the thief left behind, so she uses that to find thiefy. While there, some other dude shows up, takes off his head, and tries to kill the thief. (they have the ability to take off their head, so they use it to induce terror). Apparently WOTW sent the assassin too (no idea why he sent 2 people) It's not like headless guy followed Bo, because WOTW already had the backpack with the info. So to get rid of headless guy, they just go and kill the head, which is lying there defenseless after he took it off. I'm pretty sure inducing some terror does not offset the fact that you left your lead lying around for anyone to stomp on and immediately kill you!

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
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Torn. Either headed home to watch more of Mad Men Season 6, or off to the theater after work to see 12 Years a Slave. There's some sort of winter storm en route, which could impact my decision a little bit, so I'm inclined to head back home. I think.

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 12 Years a Slave was pretty amazing, though. Besides, who wouldn't want to be snowed in at a movie theater?

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 Somebody allergic to popcorn??

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I watched the Pilot episode of Touch. It was a little bit too ridiculous, so I likely won't watch too many more. In the pilot, Keifer's crazy son messed around with stuff, so 318 got on Keifer's radar. So at 3:18 (P.M. I suppose, though why not A.M.?) on March 18th, Keifer decided he was supposed to get a phone call somewhere (probably at some 318 address, though he was in a tunnel and there was probably more than one phone), but some guy was on the phone, so Keifer gets in a fight with him (they'd had a run-in earlier thanks to crazy quiet kid). So the guy happened to be leaving Keifer a message about how he'd won the lotto and because of some connection to Keifer's dead wife, was thinking of giving the money to charity. (This massive coincidence of Keifer getting in a fight with a guy leaving him an anonymous message doesn't affect the plot in any way, it's just a massive coincidence). So because Keifer got in a fight with the guy on the phone, the guy on the phone missed his bus, and had to walk home, thereby happening to be in the vicinity when Bus #318 had a wreck and he could then save the kids. (Bus #318 also happened to be at the gas station when Keifer and said guy had their original dust-up, for no reason). Also, Danny Glover is in the show, knows about people like Keifer's kid, and happens to live at some 318 address. I'm guessing on the next show, he'll have to move so his address will again randomly correspond to whatever the hell is going on. Oh, and the reason 318 is everywhere? Because the universe has patterns. Like sea shells.

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
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This sounds more terrible than I had been led to believe it was.

Now that I have this information, I might actually consider watching it.

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I think I watched three episodes of Touch before giving up on it. I remember something about a girl in Japan who had ties to a soldier in Iraq or Afghanistan and only Kiefer's kid could bring them together. This also may have been the plot to Babel and I'm just getting confused. Hard to say for certain.

Also, I watched Mad Men Season 6 the other day. The roads have been icy as all hell ever since that storm hit, so I definitely feel I made the right decision. 12 Years a Slave will get another wide theatrical run once Oscar nominations are out, I'm sure.

NOW, for today's plans, I'm taking a poll: 

I have free passes to an early screening of the new Hobbit movie. It's in a city very much out of my way home from work, but...free passes. I didn't see the first Hobbit movie because I had no free passes and I have no plans to pay money to see the second Hobbit movie. So this is it. One night only and this isn't one of those magical passes good for any movie any time. Just this.

Question:

Do I go? Is this even going to be worth seeing for free?

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There's a big cool dragon in it, so I'd say yes.

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
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Is it in 48 fps and 3D? If it is, I say skip it. 

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 I have still never seen The Hobbit.  It did seem to have a TV movie aesthetic to it in the trailers which, I am told, was due to the increased FPS.

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I didn't care for it.

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 Benedict Cumberbatch! Duh!