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  1. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    I think that's a great point that I never thought of. I recently tried to get my girlfriend to binge it and it's just not the same. The weekly debate about what the smoke monster was or who the Dharma folks were was so much fun.
  2. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    I started re-watching it the other night...
  3. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    @Momma There Goes That Man that delivery was perfect...this is the snip of that which gets me every time: "...it takes us to a place where we ache to go again."
  4. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    I hate to turn this into the Mad Men thread, but this scene is the one that hooked me for good...the pictures in his slide show contrasted with the actual events of his life and his obvious sadness make this scene so compelling to me. It's beautifully acted and wonderfully written...
  5. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    I intend to for sure...I just didn't have time to do it ahead of time and wanted to watch Season 8 while it was an event... I think I may re-start the entire thing now...
  6. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    I'm a GoT newcomer - I started bingeing it a few months ago, watched seasons 1-2 and then seasons 6-7 to get the gist prior to season 8 beginning. Given that context, I think this season has been SOOOO paint-by-numbers. Everything they've done was safe...it was clear that they were more concerned about keeping the middle 60% of the fans content.
  7. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    Mad Men was incredible. I'd say "flawless" but that's not possible.
  8. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    thanks - yikes.
  9. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    If it's the same place that was given to me, I found them hard to follow...is there a more concise place to look?
  10. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    Good. That's asinine and arrogant. We are viewers of a show, it's not ours.
  11. TD_washingtonredskins

    Game of Thrones Season 8

    where can i find it?
  12. TD_washingtonredskins

    Welcome to the Redskins Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    You can't know either side of this debate. Unless something happens, we really don't know if it would have happened. So, we can't say that Rodgers or Mahomes would have been great as rookies just because they were great when they did get a chance to start. At the same time, we don't know if guys who were thrown in too quickly ever would have done better if they weren't rushed.
  13. Do you really think so? 1. I don't think too many people go into having kids thinking it'll be easy or inexpensive 2. Many who don't have the means to support a child and have one anyway, likely won't be listening to a PSA 3. There are plenty of cases where people had children when they had the means but suddenly are in a different financial situation
  14. How dumb do I feel now...half the time I ask my daughter what she had for lunch it's a sunbutter and jelly sandwich. Could have had it for free!
  15. I think we are focusing on the wrong details here...I suppose there's a chance that they are misusing their funds. But, that aside, I think it's completely reasonable to believe that if a percentage of kids don't pay for lunch, the school will eventually operate at a loss. Unless they have a lot in reserves, etc. And here's the deal...if that money is supposed to be going toward curriculum or teachers or supplies, feeding kids who are supposed to be paying for their own lunch is eating into the quality of other kids' education. So, in THIS SPECIFIC CASE, I don't blame the school for not shouldering the load since they didn't go into the year with the money to do so. Having said that, I would love to see food provided free of charge to all kids. But to institute that mid-stream is impossible.