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Old 10-19-2014, 06:22 PM   #791
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...CG, you could have felt younger if you played with them.
Hardly. It was a group of guys. I was happy playing the old version of Wendy to all of their Lost Boys.
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Old 10-20-2014, 02:34 PM   #792
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Hmm, never heard of this one, but looked it up and it sounds good. I had a rather "infamous" relative in the Caribou Gold Rush, John Caribou Cameron, best buddy of Billy Barker.

Will have to check this one out.
There are more that are starting or ending that are very good.

Gold Rush.
Alaska the Last Frontier.
Yukon Men.
Mountain Men.
Ice Lake Rebels.
Smoky Mountain Money (very redneck though).

There are others, I just cannot think of them all.
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Old 10-20-2014, 02:47 PM   #793
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There are more that are starting or ending that are very good.

Gold Rush.
Alaska the Last Frontier.
Yukon Men.
Mountain Men.
Ice Lake Rebels.
Smoky Mountain Money (very redneck though).

There are others, I just cannot think of them all.
We like Alaska the Last Frontier and Mountain Men. Have not seen the other ones.
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Old 10-20-2014, 02:48 PM   #794
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There are more that are starting or ending that are very good.

Gold Rush.
Alaska the Last Frontier.
Yukon Men.
Mountain Men.
Ice Lake Rebels.
Smoky Mountain Money (very redneck though).

There are others, I just cannot think of them all.
add:

add:
live free or die, (not about people from n.h.)
no man's land,
hillbilly blood,
swamp people,
and ancient assasins
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Old 10-20-2014, 04:54 PM   #795
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We like Alaska the Last Frontier and Mountain Men. Have not seen the other ones.
Those are two of our favorite shows.

We particularly like Alaska, the Last Frontier. I love that extended family and how they are so responsible for their legacy of that huge old Alaska homestead. I really admire each family member, and it's true life tv at it's very best.
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Old 10-21-2014, 02:43 AM   #796
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There are more that are starting or ending that are very good.

Gold Rush.
Alaska the Last Frontier.
Yukon Men.
Mountain Men.
Ice Lake Rebels.
Smoky Mountain Money (very redneck though).

There are others, I just cannot think of them all.
Thanks, I will look into them.
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Old 10-21-2014, 04:01 AM   #797
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What? No Duck Dynasty?
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Old 10-21-2014, 01:44 PM   #798
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What? No Duck Dynasty?
I'm going more for gold digging than red necks. And by gold digging I mean the real kind, not the Real Housewives franchise
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Old 10-21-2014, 01:47 PM   #799
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I have a news junky on my hands. Every time he walks through my door, the first thing he does is put on CNN. Then he switches over to a reality show of some kind. I have the TV on for background noise. So I don't mind. But how much news can one listen to without going stark raving mad?
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i caught an editing mistake on last night's episode (season 1 episode 8) of master chef canada.

during the first segment where they show what that episode is about, they showed which team had lost the first challenge and was going into the elimination challenge.

actually, they tipped their hand twice.

the first time was when you could see which team was walking into the kitchen with black elimination round aprons.
the second time they showed that team arguing in a side room on the set, also wearing black aprons with their names on them.

the editor and continuity person blew it. that would never happen on the american version of the show, nor on the similar show "chopped".

the shows are similar in that they both have cliffhanger decisions as they go to commercial.

i've looked at both american shows frame by frame when they are about to reveal which person was eliminated or chopped, and the editing is perfect right down to 1 frame out of 30 per second.
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