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Watched the first AEW PPV tonight- from back in May before they had a TV deal. Wow. Some definite indy matches that were entertaining...big matches all great- especially the Cody vs Golddust match-buckets of blood. Despite being a PPV, did a better job with videos introducing characters then the TV show has done so far. Jim Ross still the best wrestling announcer that makes even indy matches seem like a big deal. WWE network has made me reluctant to ever pay PPV money again, but watching this is making consider dumping the WWE network until Wrestlemania and using that money for the AEW PPV next month.
Sports Talk! / Re: The 2019 NFL Season thread
« Last post by wihogfan on Today at 07:36:35 PM »
And Chiefs defense looked dominating last night...but it was against the Broncos.
Mahomes out at least 3 games with a dislocated knee. Will be happy if they even win 1 game while he's out.
Mahomes coming off his MVP season has meant all but 1 Chiefs game has been on TV here so far this year. Guessing that won't be the case with him out.
Movie Talk / Re: Favorite movie from your birth year?
« Last post by Charles Castle on Today at 07:08:18 PM »
Depending on the day of the week I would say it is either Nashville, The Passenger, or Monty Python & the Holy Grail. Today I'm going with The Passenger.
My list has been sent. Thanks for hosting F-Zero!
Movie Talk / Re: Favorite movie from your birth year?
« Last post by George-2.0 on Today at 06:07:53 PM »
Nice stuff there.

I was trying to remember where I was when I saw all of those, did I see it in theaters, on HBO or VHS? The only one I have a clear memory of was uncle Craig and his wife taking me and my sibs to see Star War, that was fun. My uncle was cool, funny, played the guitar, great guy - so it was a treat to spend time with him.

The Thing I remember for what a super freak out it was, great fun... but where did I watch it?

Out of curiosity I went to Letterboxd to see what future riffed movies were birthed in 1961, and found Mothra, Gorgo, Reptilicus, Rocket Attack U.S.A. Bloodlust, Phantom Planet, The Devil's Hand, Neptune Men, Herc a/t Captive Women, and the great Beast of Yucca Flats

as well as many shorts, such as The Prom: It's a Pleasure
Done and sent -  Not a single duck is to be found on it, but there are a plethora of cats. Mine is the 'cat lady' of lists.

Movie Talk / Re: Favorite movie from your birth year?
« Last post by eegah on Today at 04:09:31 PM »
2001:A Space Odyssey, with Planet of the Apes a close second
Maybe her bottom half.  If it talks.
General (Off-Topic) Discussion / Re: Completely Random Thoughts
« Last post by Lesbunny on Today at 02:14:10 PM »
You think the aliens ever watch Ancient Aliens and are like "Thank fucking god that the ones who believe in us look like such fucking lunatics."?
Only two ducks on my list, but a lot of primates. And four pigs. Would have loved to have added some of the Happy Tree Friends, but they don't speak an actual language, just gibberish. Although I didn't have her on my list, I wonder if Ariel would have qualified.
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