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    Ozark was good. I can't wait until the next season is released.

    I just watched Real Genius. That was a blast from the past for me. I was in Jr High when it came out and just KNEW that was what college was going to be like. Yeah, not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr View Post
    Ozark was good. I can't wait until the next season is released.

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    Should be right around the 31 of August, give or take. (According to a site that tracks shows we watch.)
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    Anyone seen the tv series "Condor"?
    I saw one episode yesterday and still haven't decided what I think about it.
    I haven't seen it yet, but I want to..big fan of the movie and books. A couple of members have chimed in, one has already given up, the other says to keep watching and the killing gets intense.

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    Ronnie Coleman: The King (Amazon Video; Purchased) - Back when I was a fitness junky, Ronnie was a guy I really looked up to. I've long since stopped being a gym rat, but seeing this documentary reminded me of why I held Ronnie in such high regard.

    If you're not familiar with the name, Ronnie is only the second person to win the Mr. Olympia title eight times. Here he is making Schwarzenegger look small by comparison:

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    I saw Ronnie at the store one time when he was in his prime and I literally tripped over myself. Dude's size was fucking unreal.

    The documentary covers some of Ronnie's history and I learned a few things about him I didn't know. For instance, I knew he was a cop with the Arlington Police Department, but I did not know he was still working as a cop despite having won Mr. Olympia twice.

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    I also didn't know about his background in accounting or his present business dealings.

    Ronnie still trains like an animal, despite the fact he can't walk without crutches due to a devastated lower back (probably not surprising given the guy would deadlift 600 pounds without a belt). He remains upbeat, positive, and humble, and deals with the health issues with grace.

    Overall, a great documentary and easily worth the price if you're a fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance View Post
    Ronnie Coleman: The King (Amazon Video; Purchased) - Back when I was a fitness junky, Ronnie was a guy I really looked up to. I've long since stopped being a gym rat, but seeing this documentary reminded me of why I held Ronnie in such high regard.

    If you're not familiar with the name, Ronnie is only the second person to win the Mr. Olympia title eight times. Here he is making Schwarzenegger look small by comparison:

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    I saw Ronnie at the store one time when he was in his prime and I literally tripped over myself. Dude's size was fucking unreal.

    The documentary covers some of Ronnie's history and I learned a few things about him I didn't know. For instance, I knew he was a cop with the Arlington Police Department, but I did not know he was still working as a cop despite having won Mr. Olympia twice.

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    I also didn't know about his background in accounting or his present business dealings.

    Ronnie still trains like an animal, despite the fact he can't walk without crutches due to a devastated lower back (probably not surprising given the guy would deadlift 600 pounds without a belt). He remains upbeat, positive, and humble, and deals with the health issues with grace.

    Overall, a great documentary and easily worth the price if you're a fan.
    Back in the day some buddies of mine lived in Arlington, where they frequently had loud parties. One time "the biggest fucking cop I've ever seen" showed up to quiet things down, turns out it was Ronnie Coleman [emoji41]

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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post
    Here's a couple worth watching, imho.






    Torres' two books, Carlito's Way and After Hours, are also worth reading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickA View Post
    Back in the day some buddies of mine lived in Arlington, where they frequently had loud parties. One time "the biggest fucking cop I've ever seen" showed up to quiet things down, turns out it was Ronnie Coleman [emoji41]
    That's funny. I'm willing to bet the guy stopped a lot of combative suspects by standing there and frowning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr View Post
    Ozark was good. I can't wait until the next season is released.

    I just watched Real Genius. That was a blast from the past for me. I was in Jr High when it came out and just KNEW that was what college was going to be like. Yeah, not so much.

    Chris
    Real Genius never really gets its due credit as a cheesy 80s movie. It's not great, but seems perpetually underappreciated.

    I'm currently working through The Expanse (middle of season 2). We'll see where they go with the storyline, but this is one of the best Sci-Fi series I've seen.

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    Watched Anthony Zimmern's Bizarre Food when he did the Pony Express route. He can actually ride a horse and shot that cowboy deal where you ride and shot balloons with a SAA. For a guy from NYC, he is quite the gun guy also.

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    Watched the first Sicario a few days ago, looking forward to the new one.

    Saw Super Troopers 2...meh

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