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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 18th, 2011, 11:09 am 
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Bob Dobbs recommended these TV series that are absolutely phenomenal.

They posses all the elements of an exceptional plot, well written,
an outstanding acting performance and cinematography.

• BOARDWALK EMPIRE. (See elements of Power v. authority)
• BREAKING BAD. (Ascending man v. the little man)
• DOWNTON ABBEY (Technology transforming previous environments)

Other top rated shows that are highly tactile (and that I personally like)
are “24”, TRUE BLOOD and TWIN PEAKS.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSG-6xc-T4U ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 18th, 2011, 11:27 am 
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Margarita wrote:
Bob Dobbs recommended these TV series that are absolutely phenomenal.

They posses all the elements of an exceptional plot, well written,
an outstanding acting performance and cinematography.

• BOARDWALK EMPIRE. (See elements of Power v. authority)
• BREAKING BAD. (Ascending man v. the little man)
• DOWNTON ABBEY (Technology transforming previous environments)

Other top rated shows that are highly tactile (and that I personally like)
are “24”, TRUE BLOOD and TWIN PEAKS.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSG-6xc-T4U ;)


haha Oh, yeah. I likes me some True Blood, too.

Thanks, M!


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 18th, 2011, 6:50 pm 
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Margarita wrote:
Bob Dobbs recommended these TV series that are absolutely phenomenal.

They posses all the elements of an exceptional plot, well written,
an outstanding acting performance and cinematography.

• BOARDWALK EMPIRE. (See elements of Power v. authority)
• BREAKING BAD. (Ascending man v. the little man)
• DOWNTON ABBEY (Technology transforming previous environments)

Other top rated shows that are highly tactile (and that I personally like)
are “24”, TRUE BLOOD and TWIN PEAKS.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSG-6xc-T4U ;)


BOB: Here's a list I made a few months ago of my recent engagement with my TV Body after a 30-year fast:

2009 and 2010 (first half):

Fringe
Eureka (only watched the first season)
Warehouse 13 (only watched the first season and a half)
Flashforward
V

2010 (second half) and 2011:

Lost
24
Day Break
The Wire
The Event
Treme
Life on Mars
True Blood
Alphas (one episode)
Generation Kill
Torchwood (one episode)

Summer and Fall of 2011:

All of the Harry Potter movies for the first time (will not read the books)
Boardwalk Empire
Breaking Bad
Downton Abbey
Homeland (good one with a female "Jack Bauer")

NOTE: I've had it!!

I hope to return to my TV Body fast, soon.

And Barbara Anne just recommended "Nikita" an hour ago.


Bob Neveritt


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 18th, 2011, 9:21 pm 
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Last winter around this time, I had my first back-to-back leaps from 'reality' as
it were...

I was in my in-laws home for Thanksgiving (I believe) and was handing my wife
a credit card to carry. As I handed it across visual space to her hand, it disappeared.

Not just to me, but within a 10 foot radius, and to this day, nobody has found it.

That was strange, but even stranger was the fact that I thought, "that's weird as shit,
but no problem... I've got more cards in my wallet." So off to the gas station I went to
get some gas. Having my hand on my wallet, I stepped out of the car to the pump. A
few seconds later, I reached my hand back to my pocket and the wallet was gone.

Twice in one hour. So at this point I knew that something was happening. My mind may
not have grasped it, but the only logical explanation is that I placed these items in a parallel
world and they weren't in the one I found myself in at that moment.

So I began re-membering the teachings on how to communicate with the angels (from the
Revelations Series) and I instructed Gabriel to find my wallet and return it to me at once!

I went home and upon walking up to the the doorway, I glanced back and saw my wallet
laying there on the grass, about twenty feet away. A sudden rush of adrenalin rushed through
me because I knew I just had it in two different places and it vanished. Now here it was,
seemingly as if I never had it - like it fell out of my pocket at home.

Well that was all stuff occurring about a month or so after I began the drops. Since then
my experience with parallel worlding and portals is that I don't know shit about them, but
my intuition knows when it has occurred to where there is a significant change. People may
be there and they won't be the same people from five minutes ago. Suddenly they'll smile
and act totally different, the colors are brighter, and I think "cool!"

That's all....

Matthew

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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 18th, 2011, 11:04 pm 
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Thank you for sharing that Matthew. My first month on the drops I had lost my wallet, not like you, I think it fell out of my pocket but I didn't know where. I just realized in the car tooling around with my mom that I needed to buy cigarettes but it wasn't in my pocket. That's such a horrible feeling, isn't it? But we traced our steps to where we had previously been, and I asked something? to please help me to find it. About a half hour later we pulled into the bank parking lot and as we did, my eyes got wide with excitement as I exclaimed, "There it is!" It was laying on the ground and a vehicle was right near it and leaving at this time but it was still intact and all my cash was still in there. A wallet in a bank parking lot with all the cashy monies inside was just fantastic!

I get so excited hearing these parallel world experiences and anything related to that because I always felt life was intended to be experienced so much differently and in a much more interesting way than what people think life and reality are.


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 19th, 2011, 4:56 am 
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rhyee wrote:
Margarita wrote:
Bob Dobbs recommended these TV series that are absolutely phenomenal.

They posses all the elements of an exceptional plot, well written,
an outstanding acting performance and cinematography.

• BOARDWALK EMPIRE. (See elements of Power v. authority)
• BREAKING BAD. (Ascending man v. the little man)
• DOWNTON ABBEY (Technology transforming previous environments)

Other top rated shows that are highly tactile (and that I personally like)
are “24”, TRUE BLOOD and TWIN PEAKS.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSG-6xc-T4U ;)


BOB: Here's a list I made a few months ago of my recent engagement with my TV Body after a 30-year fast:

2009 and 2010 (first half):

Fringe
Eureka (only watched the first season)
Warehouse 13 (only watched the first season and a half)
Flashforward
V

2010 (second half) and 2011:

Lost
24
Day Break
The Wire
The Event
Treme
Life on Mars
True Blood
Alphas (one episode)
Generation Kill
Torchwood (one episode)

Summer and Fall of 2011:

All of the Harry Potter movies for the first time (will not read the books)
Boardwalk Empire
Breaking Bad
Downton Abbey
Homeland (good one with a female "Jack Bauer")

NOTE: I've had it!!

I hope to return to my TV Body fast, soon.

And Barbara Anne just recommended "Nikita" an hour ago.


Bob Neveritt


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: December 19th, 2011, 5:00 am 
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I love Breaking Bad.

http://uk.imdb.com/title/tt1844624/

This is another one to try, we have just watche the first episode and seemingly it really gets going after the third. Highly recommend.

Indra.


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: January 7th, 2012, 8:02 pm 
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rhyee wrote:
Margarita wrote:
Bob Dobbs recommended these TV series that are absolutely phenomenal.

They posses all the elements of an exceptional plot, well written,
an outstanding acting performance and cinematography.

• BOARDWALK EMPIRE. (See elements of Power v. authority)
• BREAKING BAD. (Ascending man v. the little man)
• DOWNTON ABBEY (Technology transforming previous environments)

Other top rated shows that are highly tactile (and that I personally like)
are “24”, TRUE BLOOD and TWIN PEAKS.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSG-6xc-T4U ;)


BOB: Here's a list I made a few months ago of my recent engagement with my TV Body after a 30-year fast:

2009 and 2010 (first half):

Fringe
Eureka (only watched the first season)
Warehouse 13 (only watched the first season and a half)
Flashforward
V

2010 (second half) and 2011:

Lost
24
Day Break
The Wire
The Event
Treme
Life on Mars
True Blood
Alphas (one episode)
Generation Kill
Torchwood (one episode)

Summer and Fall of 2011:

All of the Harry Potter movies for the first time (will not read the books)
Boardwalk Empire
Breaking Bad
Downton Abbey
Homeland (good one with a female "Jack Bauer")

NOTE: I've had it!!

I hope to return to my TV Body fast, soon.

And Barbara Anne just recommended "Nikita" an hour ago.


Bob Neveritt

Other TV shows recently added to the list by Bob and others ...

- CARNIVALE
- BOSS

Don't miss GAME OF THRONES, check what it takes to be on your throne,
stuggles of authority v. Power, among other things,
it is a pretty entretaining and exciting new show.

Previously recommended (I believed by Sacha) is LUTHER.
GRIMM (by JW)


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: January 14th, 2012, 11:45 am 
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Thanks Margarita,
I just ran out of TV shows and my TV body was depressed. I just looked up Boardwalk Empire, and Dagney Colman is in it I love him and haven't seen him in anything for years.
I finished watching BOSS yesterday with Kelsey Grammer, as the mayor of Chicago. Sooo good Joyce recommended it. Finished Breaking Bad months ago not too mention Games of Thrones, and loved Homeland. One that no one has mentioned is ROME that came out a few years ago.
Jill


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 Post subject: Re: Another Newbie Introduction
PostPosted: January 14th, 2012, 1:14 pm 
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My TV body was starving and was consuming like crazy….now I’m full and taking a break. :o


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