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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jack, Dec 6, 2016.
Blood Father on USA.
Svengoolie is showing The Creature From the Black Lagoon on MeTV (5.2 in OKC). I could switch over and watch Mothra vs. Godzilla on Comet (34-3).
Tomorrow is back-to-back episodes of MST3K on Comet...
Blood Father was pretty good.
I would give it a solid 6.
Last night it was Battle Bots. I've like these type programs since the first time I saw Robot Wars.
Hooten & the Lady (CW), The Night Shift (NBC), Zoo (CBS).
Who says Broadcast TV isn't exciting...
I think I have Zoo and The Night Shift on DVR.
I got a free movie today, so I'm on that tonight.
ESPN is running OJ's parole hearing. I had no idea they were that desperate.
Battle of the Network Stars . It's fun to watch. As much as I disrespect most of the people in that industry, they do put themselves out there for this. A lot of downside, not a lot of upside if you ask me.
UFC Fight Night FOX. Coverage starts at 5:00, fights start at 7:00.
Fight ends at 7:03
Correction... they're having fights NOW.
Shooter on USA. DVR
Midway USAs Gun Stories. DVR
Catching up on the video podcasts I didn't get to watch this week. MST3K at 7pm...
The were "building loads" on this episode.
They had "untraceable" bullets made out of "compressed copper powder, that shatter on impact ".
I need some of that.
I'm guessing they'd shatter on ignition...
They really did ok, not 100% accurate, but ok, on the reloading process. Meaning, they acted like they were measuring the powder and putting it in the cases then seating a bullet. Better than most shows.
No case prep or depriming and priming though.
I finished The Wire, it lived up to it's reputation.
Watching Manhunt: Unabomber
Viper53 I been watching that to. Pretty good. Next episode is going to be good.
There was a lot about the case I didn't know. I wasn't old enough to follow it when it was going on, but I definitely see why people thought it was so compelling. What surprised me the most was how long it went on for. I didn't realize he had been doing it since the 70's.