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    Here is what I am an NOT watching: Succession.


    The last episode drops on May 28. On May 29 I will sign up for HBO and binge the entire season. By then all my iris obligations will be over and I can settle in for a three day Succession fest.

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    I've been watching YouTube videos that concern various subjects. Some are entertaining, some are informative. But, some are boring. But, it's all good.

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    Okay---here's a good one, AFAIAMC(as far as I am concerned) But yeah---I sat-n-watched the video: "How To Polish Cordovan Shoes". It's not a very lengthy video, so yeah---you can take a break and see the whole thing. It's very informative.

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    White House Plumbers. About the fellows that broke into the DNC and destroyed Nixon’s presidency. What a bunch of idiots.

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    Okay----I been sit-n-watching youtube videos of Todd Grande, PhD. I figure you kids might be interested, since mosta you are amateur psychologists and stuff. Plus---he talks a lot about crime and pop culture, which interests mee. Well, he doesn't say anything too profound, which is fine with mee. He does make some wry comments at times, mostly in thew form of wordplay. But yeah---he's hanging on on youtube. Mosta the people I like get booted, after awhile, for not being sufficiently "woke". So far, he's only been demonetized. Get it? Demon-itized? Hope that helps you some.

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    I ran across Todd grande once, and I thought he was dull as dishwater

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I ran across Todd grande once, and I thought he was dull as dishwater
    Well, see---that's a strategy that youtube presentwers have to use, in order to not be deplatformed to censor them. See? But yeah---in other news, FoMoCo rescinded the decision to eliminate the AM band in radio receivers in their new cars. If they and other mfrs, did that, many, many non-liberal talk shows would also be de-platformed(censored). That said, I don't listen to anya them, anyhow. I already know more than they do. See? Hope that helps you some. I still enjoy listening to Todd Grande, PhD, just to compare notes. I don't always agree with his conclusions or laugh at his jokes. But, he's hella lot more better than JP or Dr Phil. , for sure. Thank Mee for my brilliance.

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    We just watched the final episode of Ted Lasso last night.

    It was over the top wonderful

    Will truly miss this warm, wonderful and funny series.

    For us, it was very engaging and just darn terrific.

    YMMV
    peaceful, easy feeling

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyHiker View Post
    We just watched the final episode of Ted Lasso last night.

    It was over the top wonderful

    Will truly miss this warm, wonderful and funny series.

    For us, it was very engaging and just darn terrific.

    YMMV
    I am hearing that season 3 of Ted Lasso was lame, so I am glad to hear a good review.

    I signed up for HBO Max on Monday and binged on Succession over 48 hours. It was another exciting season and very well acted. Brilliant writing.

    since I am on the HBO Max service for a little bit, I’m watching The Curious Case of Natalia Grace, a documentary in several parts about the child who was adopted from the Ukraine, who the parents say, was actually an adult and a sociopath. It is shedding MUCH light on that case.

    I rented a documentary about the art theft at the University of Arizona, 35 years ago, when the painting was found in a thrift shop in Silver City, New Mexico. My friend had just visited his relative in Silver City when it was found. and he told me about it. I love art heist capers anyway, so this film is up my alley. It is called The Thief Collector about it, William de Kooning painting valued at $160 million today. A married couple had the painting, and it was discovered when they died. They had been world travelers, but existed on one teacher’s salary. There’s speculation that they were stealing art and artifacts, and selling them overseas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iris lilies View Post
    I am hearing that season 3 of Ted Lasso was lame, so I am glad to hear a good review.

    I signed up for HBO Max on Monday and binged on succession over 48 hours. It was another exciting season and very well acted. Brilliant writing.

    since I am on the HBO Max service for a little bit, I’m watching The Curious Case of Natalia Grace, a documentary in several parts about the child who was adopted from the Ukraine, who the parents say, was actually an adult and a sociopath. It is shedding MUCH light on that case.

    I rented a documentary about the art theft at the University of Arizona, 35 years ago, when the painting was found in a thrift shop in Silver City, New Mexico. My friend had just visited his relative in Silver City when it was found. and he told me about it. I love art heist capers anyway, so this film is up my alley. It is called The Thief Collector about it, William de Kooning painting valued at $160 million today. A married couple had the painting, and it was discovered when they died. They had been world travelers, but existed on one teacher’s salary. There’s speculation that they were stealing art and artifacts, and selling them overseas.
    I recently read an article about Natalia Grace. What an interestingly creepy story.

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