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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    They would have good cause. Many, including me, have it primarily for the sport, but I've been watching a lot of Netflix lately.

    Afterthought: In case anyone hasn't noticed already, there's a lot of free movies on YouTube these days.
    I only get sky for MotoGP .
    Though do love the murder channel,so be nice haha

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    I now have Sky Entertainment and Soho. Certainly not worth $55 a month with no sport on, which I suspect will be the situation for some months.

    I have a Chromecast on the big TV for Spark Sport which seems to work well, so will see how that goes for normal TV watching. Plus there is so much on YouTube now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    I only get sky for MotoGP .
    Though do love the murder channel,so be nice haha

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    plenty of murder on netflix.. forensic files is 480 episodes, and Ive watched the lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by iYRe View Post
    plenty of murder on netflix.. forensic files is 480 episodes, and Ive watched the lot
    Hi buddy yes I did see some of those ,on there very cool .I just find them really interesting.they got one guy .when stoped cig on the ground .
    The dna esp the family dna profile.
    I check that out tonight.
    Thanks been watching new pichard trek series .

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    Picard is good, "The Expanse" is also epic...

    Another good one is called "The investigator" - the guy who broke the story of the pedophiles in the BBC investigating some missing persons/murders.
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    Picard is the worst written load of bollocks I've seen in a long time. None of it makes any sense and everything that has happened could have gone in 1.5 episodes. Total waste of a potentially good cast and trades on nostalgia instead of delivering anything new. All it has going for it is shininess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Deuce View Post
    Picard is the worst written load of bollocks I've seen in a long time. None of it makes any sense and everything that has happened could have gone in 1.5 episodes. Total waste of a potentially good cast and trades on nostalgia instead of delivering anything new. All it has going for it is shininess.
    I thought the pace finally picked up in the last three episodes, the earlier ones were a snooze-fest for sure.

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    Picard? I'm assuming that is part of the new star trek they did after Kirk and co retired?

    But night before, -Eve of lockdown, I discovered the Pilot on Nerdflix (or was it ondemand?) A pilot is a mini movie they used to do before making a TV series. Well I never saw the 1968 pilot of star trek. It was pretty cool. No one survived the cut to TV except Leonard Nimoy. A different world.

    I like how he left the lass as a captive when it turned out she was ugly. Fuk sake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Picard? I'm assuming that is part of the new star trek they did after Kirk and co retired?

    But night before, -Eve of lockdown, I discovered the Pilot on Nerdflix (or was it ondemand?) A pilot is a mini movie they used to do before making a TV series. Well I never saw the 1968 pilot of star trek. It was pretty cool. No one survived the cut to TV except Leonard Nimoy. A different world.

    I like how he left the lass as a captive when it turned out she was ugly. Fuk sake.
    Don't worry. He goes back. Twice as ugly.
    I was just thinking Yesterday. I'm about the age Hitler was when he shot himself. Puts into perspective how little I've done with my life.



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    Virtual MotoGp what a load of shit that was

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    Quote Originally Posted by mulletman View Post
    Virtual MotoGp what a load of shit that was
    We bought and Downloaded MotoGP 19 for ps4 for this lockdown. 0nly $26 bucks as 2020 is coming soon.
    Fun and Quite challenging especially with a broken collarbone from my crash at Motofest lol.
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    Waiting for the first person to say there will be no season this year ??????

    Have an old 50 " TV in the office here , I could plug in the old Play Station 2 I suppose ? great time wasting tools......

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    Quote Originally Posted by roogazza View Post
    Waiting for the first person to say there will be no season this year ??????

    Have an old 50 " TV in the office here , I could plug in the old Play Station 2 I suppose ? great time wasting tools......
    I loaned out my Flight Simulator controller etc recently, it being eleven years plus since I've had a Windows box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    I loaned out my Flight Simulator controller etc recently, it being eleven years plus since I've had a Windows box.
    When the Playstation 2 was fairly new and I was travelling to GPs I found it quite good fun understanding the laps a little better.
    But I've had a go again and whatever skills I had developed are now rusty !
    Hey, I have a month at least to get back there. lol

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    We are not the only ones LOL even the big boys are at it lol
    A more personal look inside
    https://www.facebook.com/MotoGP/videos/222317995686161/
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