"Jeopardy - Greatest of All Time" via Hulu . For years I watched Jeopardy on a regular basis but for what ever reason have not seen it in several years. This tournament will be interesting.
just finished this this morning, and thought it wasnt bad. relatively good ending, but not sure if its completely done or not.watching the first episode of the wild district.
very very promising, i liked the first episode, and look forward to watching more. man i didnt know their city looks fabulous. the main character in this is also in jack ryans season 2.
maybe im getting old, but i am having a hard time listening to the original spanish track, and when i tried english dub man i puked.
or maybe im used to korean flicks and just diggin em.
btw, will update more korean flicks later on. been on a binge and enjoying a bit of it.
Glad someone else is watching it.
I just finished the series and not wanting to give away any spoilers it is one of the best series I have seen in a while. Very unique, suspenseful and "curve throwing"
I have warched the outsider and it is pretty good. Third episode is now available.Started a couple new series this weekend. One on Netflix called Sex Education which is one of the funniest raunchiest shows I’ve seen in a while. You can binge watch seasons 1&2 immediately. And other is The Outsider (based on the Stephen King book) on HBO. Can only stream episodes 1& 2 right now but it’s off to a good start. Looking forward to more of each.
I did a search on this because I thought I remember watching it, but I haven't. From the wiki page about it, there is still a 4th season to drop, it's last, and that JK Simmons joins in season 3. I'm surprised that JK isn't getting more movie roles after winning an oscar, or did he just get nominated?Started watching a show "Brockmire" via Hulu. guess it was on several years ago but is one of the funniest things I have seen lately. Hank Azaria plays a washed up baseball announcer calling games in a very minor league.
Keep in mind 80% of Drum Workshop's success was paid advertising and classic, well known drum design already employed by all the major manufacturers. Meanwhile, 90% of John Goodall's ideas were fucking stupid. Many drummers, even paid endorsers of DW, feel DW's success happened in spite of John D's arrogance and insane ideas.Masters of Resonance on youtube. Its a documentary on Drum Workshop (DW) and how they got started and their progression.
Had a nice segment with Neil Peart as well as many other drummers and was well worth the watch. Highly recommended.
I don't know stupid from brilliant when it comes to drumming, but it was a pretty good doc.Keep in mind 80% of Drum Workshop's success was paid advertising and classic, well known drum design already employed by all the major manufacturers. Meanwhile, 90% of John Goodall's ideas were fucking stupid. Many drummers, even paid endorsers of DW, feel DW's success happened in spite of John D's arrogance and insane ideas.
That said, their top line kits are every bit as good as the best from Yamaha, Sonor, Ludwig, Gretsch, Pearl, Fibes (now out of business), Premier, Tama, Roger's (R.I.P.) and others. However, none are inherently superior - they are just different.