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message 1: by Sara (new)

Sara Great review! I love the film Secretary. Haven’t watched it in ages!


message 2: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka Thanks Sara! It's one of my fav movies too :)


message 3: by Jane (new)

Jane Great review! I totally forgot I had Secretary on my TBW list for ages.It slipped off somehow -- I'll have to stick it back on!


message 4: by MissBecka (last edited Nov 14, 2018 12:10AM) (new)

MissBecka Thank you :)
You must watch it, It's amazing!!!


message 5: by Jane (new)

Jane Well, it's back on the list -- now to find it!


message 6: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka It's kind of a cult classic now, so I think amazon or an old timey rental store might be the best options.


message 7: by Jane (new)

Jane Lol -- I used to be just as bad with movies and tv shows as I am with books. I've slowly weaned myself off a lot of them to the point that now I don't even have a DVD player. Amazon has it, but I'll have to figure out if I can even watch it that way before I get it ;)


message 8: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka I too have a bit of a problem with dvd's. Though I have been unable to drop this habit lol.
If you lived closer I could have lent it to you. :)
What?! No dvd player? I think I would die.


message 9: by Jane (new)

Jane Well, I got a new tv and it didn't have enough slots for everything. And when I wall-mounted it, I didn't take into consideration that all the slots were directly on the back of the tv, so I ended up having to take it off the wall every time I wanted to switch what was plugged in. So eventually the retro SNES knock off won out. (Rampart baby, it's all about Rampart)


message 10: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka LOLZ alright that makes more sense. We just went through the trouble of a mounted TV as well and it was a bitch to get everything plugged in right and the angle proper. That thing is NEVER coming off the wall....unless we move, which is unlikely in the foreseeable future.


message 11: by Jane (new)

Jane MissBecka wrote: "LOLZ alright that makes more sense. We just went through the trouble of a mounted TV as well and it was a bitch to get everything plugged in right and the angle proper. That thing is NEVER coming o..."

Well, I have more slots now (bought some switcher thingy), but I no longer have the player. Oh! I have one for the laptop, though. But I hate watching movies that way. Oh! Is that maybe one of the things the wii does? I don't remember (it also got dropped in favour of old school 16-bit games).


message 12: by MissBecka (last edited Nov 14, 2018 06:33AM) (new)

MissBecka You can plug your laptop into your TV and watch them that way. This is also great for youtube videos. ;) Imagine that Asian food lady on the big screen?
We do that for this football website we use to watch games on.
I also like to watch crochet videos on the big screen...sooo pretty!


message 13: by Jane (new)

Jane MissBecka wrote: "You can plug your laptop into your TV and watch them that way. This is also great for youtube videos. ;) Imagine that Asian food lady on the big screen?
We do that for this football website we use ..."


Oh! That never occurred to me. I use the Chromecast thing for YouTube (though more often it's because I want the cat to shut up so I put on a hummingbird feeder video -- keeps her attention for a good 20 minutes and calms her right down), but it had too much lag to use for playing dvds. I'll have to give the direct laptop connection a try!


message 14: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka Lolz your cat sounds spoiled rotten. Hummingbird feed? So cool!
Yeah give the dvd through your laptop a try, we were using that till we moved the PS3 to the basement.


message 15: by Jane (new)

Jane Hehe. She's def. spoiled, but she's old, so kinda deserves it. I'm a bit mean now and then, though, 'cause I'll put on this other one that's like a camera on the ground by a pile of seeds and nuts. So all these animals come running up to the pile, grab something, then scurry off the screen. She goes nuts trying to find the damn squirrel that she *knows* is in the room somewhere!


message 16: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka Hahahaha Oh man you should video her, that sounds hilarious!!!
How old is she?


message 17: by Jane (new)

Jane She turned 17 in July -- so like 85 in people years! But she's pretty spry for her age ;)


message 18: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka I find cats tend to age better than humans. Glad to here the ol' gal is still quite spry. :)


message 19: by Jane (new)

Jane Well, I mean she's on the equivalent of a bran and prune diet, and I think I'll need to install a ramp up to mount bed sooner rather than later (she doesn't think much of the route I planned for her to use to get up there), but pretty good all things considered ;) Still completely able to boss the whole household around and that's what matters, right?


message 20: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka LOLZ she sounds like a lady version of Garfield, all kinds of fluffy sass.


message 21: by Jane (new)

Jane Lol, a bit, but maybe more like this:

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message 22: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka Hahahahaha I like her!


message 23: by Jane (new)

Jane She may be lacking opposable thumbs, but she gets 'er done ;)


message 24: by MissBecka (new)

MissBecka Nice!


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