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midevil

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I just watched Band of Brothers again (great series if you haven't seen it).

otherwise I'm on YouTube researching different topics .... everything is on there.
 
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I just started “Longmire” for the 3rd time! I freaking love it! Reminds me of my buddies dad that passed away recently. Just an awesome, hard working, onery man that gave me my first job which was hauling hay. RIP Mr. B. :-(
 
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I just started “Longmire” for the 3rd time! I freaking love it! Reminds me of my buddies dad that passed away recently. Just an awesome, hard working, onery man that gave me my first job which was hauling hay. RIP Mr. B. :-(
I really liked Longmire too. Good show.

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Swiper

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The men who built America. the history channel



The food that built America. History channel




Narco Wars. National Geographic channel




El Chapo
 
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The rise and fall of Pablo Escobar





Carlos Lehder

 
IronInsanity

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I recommend Luther. It’s on Prime. It’s a British detective show. He works some pretty gruesome murders. Well acted and written.

 
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Something I don't take up regularly because I feel sitting down to watch the tele is a waste of time; but since I loosen up this time of year, I started watch "Big Mouf" on Netflix. I at first thought it was inappropriate for children but as I continue watching, I notice the story line never veer's away from the typical teenage stories of their plight of "changes".
 
Swiper

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this was good. it’s a three part series. if you like American history documentaries with reenactments check it out.


 
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