I think I might just have to tell the wife I'm going to make a trip up the road to see how the roads are and drive up to see Bill, LOL! That sounds soooooooooooooo good and I'm usually not really big on potato soup!
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As far as I know it all makes and all models. No specific class.
Quite frankly, I quite going to the movies for two reasons
1) It got too expensive.
2) It got much easier to watch movies at home.
Moviepass does away with the first objection, and I must say, the idea of going out once in awhile to see a movie again is appealing. Although the Danville theater is my choice, the last couple of times I was there the volume was so low you could barely hear it.
So everybody is standing up with their hand over their hearts again?
By the way - if the "damn" president won't pitch a fit over a bunch of hooligans in shoulder pads disrespecting the flag and country, then I'm not an American. IMO he should of pulled a Reagan like the airport controllers and shut it down until the gained an understanding.
Im a Redskins fan and Im having trouble finding it in my to watch any of the playoffs. I want Gruden out!
ESPN has another article about the potential breakup of the New England triumvirate of owner, coach, and quarterback. One cause appears to be Brady's lifestyle coach, Alex Guerrero, who has worked/wormed his way into Brady's life and the Patriots training room. He differs with the team doctors on a variety of issues and Belichick cut his access to the team, but some players have followed Brady in relying on his advice which has created some hard feelings between Belichick and Brady.
The next issue is the Garoppolo trade which Belichick opposed. Brady is showing his age in injuries and misfires despite his continued brilliance at times. Belichick saw Garoppolo as the future, but Brady wanted recognition as the long term quarterback. Kraft intervened to force the trade of Garoppolo to keep Brady happy, but it created a rift with Belichick who was told to draft a prospect to develop for the future. His view is that Brady's days are numbered since no quarterback has ever been able to perform consistently at a high level in his 40's.
This sort of stuff must go on all the time, but it seems to be taking an unusually heavy toll this season on what has been the most successful organization in football history.
For Kraft, Brady and Belichick, is this the beginning of the end?
It really use to not be. I've got studio lights that use $70 bulbs and they last about 100 hours each. Nowadays you can get florescent lighting for nothing and they last forever.