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Bowser 11:09 AM 01-04-2014
Old one is crapping out the server, per the new guidelines.

Browse the old thread that is chock full of goodness here -

http://chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=172245
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In58men 10:10 PM 06-05-2015
Originally Posted by Ceej:
The documentary Dawg Fight on Netflix is really, really good.

Watch it.
I didn't care for it at all. Not sure why you consider it "really good"?
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BucEyedPea 11:09 PM 06-05-2015
I saw Far From the Madding Crowd tonight. Loved it! I'm a sucker for those English classics though. Gabriel was cast well. Very sexy, rugged man. Growwwwwl!
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Ceej 03:23 PM 06-07-2015
Originally Posted by Inmem58:
I didn't care for it at all. Not sure why you consider it "really good"?
Because it was....?
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Hammock Parties 03:38 PM 06-07-2015
John Wick - lots of fun, Keanu can't act, THAT POOR FUCKING DOG :-)

The Lucky One - Hilarious because it was the first Zac Efron movie I've seen. God he's terrible. Taylor Schilling is so fucking hot though.
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The Franchise 01:35 PM 06-08-2015
The Fault in our Stars wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
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Fire Me Boy! 01:36 PM 06-08-2015
Originally Posted by Pestilence:
The Fault in our Stars wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.

I agree.
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gblowfish 10:02 AM 06-09-2015
Apologies if posted before. Looks intense:


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KevB 02:24 PM 06-09-2015
Originally Posted by gblowfish:
Apologies if posted before. Looks intense:

Great book, highly recommend the read before watching the movie.
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lewdog 08:53 PM 06-09-2015
As mentioned, Montage of Heck was very good.

And grunge music changed my life so I really enjoyed it.
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Buehler445 09:11 PM 06-09-2015
Originally Posted by lewdog:
As mentioned, Montage of Heck was very good.

And grunge music changed my life so I really enjoyed it.
OK, maybe I'm the most boring person on the planet, but how did grunge change your life?
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Great Expectations 09:12 PM 06-09-2015
Outside Providence is now on instant streaming through Netflix. It is a highly underrated flick.
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lewdog 09:24 PM 06-09-2015
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
OK, maybe I'm the most boring person on the planet, but how did grunge change your life?
You've never had that moment when growing up, when you heard music for the first time that was so much different from any other music you had ever came across in your life? I remember that moment a few times in 5-6th grade. One of the coolest feelings you'll ever have. Music is amazing.
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lewdog 09:28 PM 06-09-2015
I also grew up in bumfuck Montana so access to music was limited. I was a member of the BMG music catalog (remember those?) where you could order like 4-5 CDs for like $20. I'd read their short reviews and order groups I had never heard of. I didn't have internet, cable TV and I didn't listen to the radio. I was just taking orders of CDs by buying their CDs based on genre and comparisons listed in that small writeup. My parents listened to a lot of music from the 60's-70's, but finding something like Punk Rock and Grunge Rock just blew my small little mind. I had never heard something close to that. Nirvana in 5th grade was like that.
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Buehler445 09:31 PM 06-09-2015
Originally Posted by lewdog:
You've never had that moment when growing up, when you heard music for the first time that was so much different from any other music you had ever came across in your life? I remember that moment a few times in 5-6th grade. One of the coolest feelings you'll ever have. Music is amazing.
I'm a big music fan, but I've never had anything change my life. Relate to and speak to me, but never change my life.
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lewdog 09:33 PM 06-09-2015
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
I'm a big music fan, but I've never had anything change my life. Relate to and speak to me, but never change my life.
Maybe you're taking change your life a bit serious in my post. But affect your life to a great degree, yes. There is definitely varying degrees of change.
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