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  1. a somewhat oldie, but still a goodie... Q: What's worse than 9/11?
  2. Was Nightfylers any good? The recent cancellation doesn't portend high expectations. I forgot this dropped in a big chunk around Xmas. Tried to watch it recently, but they want you to pay for the 1st half, while the 2nd half is still available on-demand. Not the best way to build a base. And they cancelled The Expanse for this? Good thing Amazon picked that up. If you haven't watched it, I recommend it (it will grow on you). Or better yet read the 1st couple of books.
  3. No DL code. Its like they expect me to play this thing.
  4. Waiting on season 2. My wife might hurt me if i started before her. Altered Carbon was decent. i dug the hotel. The male lead was seriously jacked compared to the strung out look in The Killing. Part way through Wild Wild Country. Haven't gotten to the real crazy stuff yet. If orange was more my color, i might consider joining. Also, tough titties.
  5. PO is up for the new Red Hare LP. The last LP and 7" were fantastic. This band is essentially Swiz (Shawn Brown, Jason Farrell, Dave Eight) and Joe Gorelick (Garden Variety, Bluetip). So DC, so good, Get on this quick. 200 on clear, the rest on black https://redhare.bandcamp.com/ <
  6. Why this hasn't been posted already is a mystery to me... Atomic Action Records is reissuing Verbal Assault's Trial LP. Absolutely crucially seminal. If you dont own an OG copy here is your chance to spin one. There are also tapes, CDs and some t-shirt bundles. Rowdiest thing to come out of Rhode Island since Metacomet. get on it. http://atomicactionrecords.bigcartel.com/ Classic Rhode Island hardcore band Verbal Assault's 1987 masterpiece finally re-issued and remastered by Nick Townsend from Townsend Mastering (drummer for Fireburn/ Deadbeat). Originally released in 1987 Verbal Assault bridged the gap between "heavy" hardcore and "smart" hardcore playing extensively with everyone from Agnostic Front to Fugazi. Lyrically "Trial" hit on personal but also socio/political themes while never letting up musically. This is the first time since it's original release 31 years ago its been re-issued. Pressing info: White Vinyl 300 mail order only Yellow Vinyl 300 RevHQ.com only Black Vinyl 400 Red Vinyl 1000 Includes free downloads
  7. Thanks to the helpful advice from @The Ghost of Randy Savage I did exactly what he mentioned and it was fairly easy after wrapping my head around the whole process. There are a number of different exchanges, but most of the other others one i looked at required all types of personal info. Coinbase lets you just sign up and then buy either Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, or Litecoin with a credit card or bank account. I personally bought Ethereum cause i liked the name and it seemed to be doing well. I also signed up for a Cryptonator account and then transferred the ethereum to a digital wallet there. Through Cryptonator you can then exchange whatever you transferred in for any number of currencies. Bytecoin is just over a cent, so i assume there is fair amount of growth potential. People are talking up Ripple, but oddly the Ripple exchange has been down for a day or two. If you use your credit card through coinbase it might get flagged by the card provider, so you might have to redo the purchase after vouching for it.
  8. This. I got about 15 minutes into the dubbed version and turned it off. The dubbing was annoying in general, but the English dialog was just plain bad. The scene with the kids bickering in the morning was brutal - "I'm on a hunger strike until the world's problems are solved!" If you can switch to the original German with English subtitles I will give it another shot.
  9. Gonna be heading out town tomorrow morning, so now is a perfect time to Secret Santa. First, I would like to thank my SS, who went all out. I am beyond pleased by their efforts. Let's start with some Star Wars Tiki Mugs with a rad Tiki cocktail book. Some drinks, both flammable and not, shall be had. To continue with the Star Wars theme we have the Death Troopers book and a herp field guide. I have read most of the cannon books and a goof chunk of the legends material, but i have not read anything in the Death Troopers series. I am excited to crack it open. And we can never have too many field guides. I have the Peterson, but not this Audubon. So I am glad to add it to the collection. Here are 4 LPs! I do love me some Joy Division. There is the Warsaw boot on white and the Les Bains Douches live 2xLP. Excellent. JD is a band i love that until now had nothing on vinyl. Then there is an American/Japanese HC comp and 1st SSD record. I will play Jolly Old Sant Nick later... Now on to the 7 inches.... A Pallbearer flexi. Pallbearer are great - Heatless is the best album of 2017. A didn't have this flexi. Now I do! The No Statik "No Hospice" 7" on yellow and a Lee Scratch Perry 7". Excellent. Plus, there was a crap tons of posters, including a sweet large Coliseum fold-out. Using my powers of deductive reasoning, my SS was @roadmonkey! Thanks again. You did a fantastic job. Aces. Merry Xmas everyone and happy new year. I am not sure what it's like where everyone lives, but Christmas Eve is non-stop fireworks, so i am now going to lay on the couch and comfort my 60lb lapdog...
  10. Agreed. SiT is soild stem to stern. It's probably the most consistent album song to song. Powerslave is great, but Back in the Village is no Aces High or 2 Minutes to Midnight.
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