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  1. It took me three episodes to really get into it. I thought the same thing at first, but definitely has a different feel. That was my favorite episode so far. Just saw it the other day as we are working through S2. Obviously not for everyone.
  2. Progressive still knocking it out of the park. I like the one where they are at the stadium. "Should we plan on leaving at the end of the third quarter?" "Let's not talk about leaving before we are in the stadium." I can still remember my dad planning on when we should leave as we are going to the game. Gotta beat the traffic.
  3. I recommend the "Discovering Your Power Zone" program first. When I first got my Peloton I found that I enjoyed the Power Zone classes as it tells you exactly how hard you should be working, which was tough for me to gage at first, not knowing how much energy I'd have to keep up with a 30-60 minute class. Discovering your power zones will definitely help you build your power zones while going through it, and has a little bit more beginner instruction. Just my .02.
  4. You can play it the minute it is released, instead of waiting until then to download and wait for it to be ready.
  5. I find it funny (in a sad way) that I came here to talk about the improvements in NBA2k22 over 21 for the Xbox Series X version, only to see posts of people still trying to get their hands on the newest consoles a year later.
  6. We had that. Almost all of our "weird" rules were the result of a particular team priding themselves in finding the loopholes in our rules. Had a team trade his stud to another team to cover a bye week to help his playoff chances. I played in a league where they wanted to add PPR. I was against it. They argued that a reception, even for zero yards was a beneficial play. I countered that rushes for zero yards could be beneficial as well. For that matter, throwing an incomplete pass was better than a sack. I thought that would put an end to it, but instead we added PPR, points for rushes, points for pass attemps, and points for completions. Totally stupid, and the scores were rediculous. We started in 1990, so this was our league for over 10 years until we moved to a website.
  7. Looking for suggestions for this. We moved our youngest to college last week, so we are entering this stage. Not loving it so far. We started golfing last summer with COVID, and this being one of the few things we could partake in as a family. But, this only occupies a small part of a weekend (she can't golf 18), and doesn't help us once it turns colder. I can only play so many card/board games.
  8. Moved my 19 year old into his dorm yesterday, old school dorm with cinderblock walls. As we were unpacking, we kept hearing another student yelling at his game (one example was a 30 second tirade that started "I didn't know I was in a lobby full of complete (fill in the blanks)"). I thought, that's unfortunate to be stuck next to him. When we finished, we walked down the hall past his room and he was five rooms away. I'm guessing/hoping once everyone moves in, his behavior will change quickly.
  9. Like I said, I'm not sure it is worth the increased price. It does have a distinctly different flavor than regular beef, but I suspect there is a little suggesting tasting here. it tastes different, its more expensive, my wallet may just be telling my tongue that it tastes better.
  10. Dropping my youngest off next Wednesday as well. Will be tough. I don't have any advice for the OP, as none of my kids have had this issue (confident the last will not either). But, wishing good luck to all those parents going through a difficult transition with their kids.
  11. Bun - not too particular, but I like a soft white bun Patty - Also not particular here. My local butcher has some good Wagyu beef, but I'm not sure it is worth the price. I also enjoy their patties with bacon and cheese mixed in already Toppings - Guacamole, mayo, mustard, chopped onion (so you get the flavor, but not the issue of biting through the rings), bacon and melted pepper jack
  12. I'm not supporting seeing her go to the hospital, I'm supporting the idea she shouldn't have been included at all.
  13. Maybe explain why a character that was such a big part of the first episode was never shown again? My wife really didn't want to keep watching. Her main complaint was "nothing is happening" after two episodes. When a character gets 25% of the screen time in episode 1, ends up having nothing to do with the development of the story, it's hard to argue that the show is doing anything other than spin its wheels.
  14. Exactly the way I felt. I finished it just to get through it hoping for a payoff. I don't feel like it ever came. Except the worst character for me in the whole show was a local (hotel manager).
  15. I've coached plenty as well. I was always open to talking to parents, but learned from a coaching clinic once (probably common sense, but it stuck when I heard a seasoned professional say it) that parent conversations should involve their kids only. Never compare their PT to another players. I would let the parent know that, and if they pushed back or kept trying to compare their kids situation to another kid, conversation would be over. Just like coaches, there are reasonable parents and unreasonable parents. Once I was able to determine which camp a parent fell in to, I stopped giving them time. it just wasn't worth it.
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