Seems like the roots are growing even deeper for the Harbaugh family. Congrats to James and all of the other HS grads out there (including two cousins of mine that don't read the site, one of whom just graduated from Community).
HUGE congrats to my little bro James Harbaugh for graduating HS!!! SO proud of him! He will be taking his talents to A2 this fall! #LetsGo— Jay Harbaugh (@JayHarbaugh) June 11, 2015
So, I'm a day late but we can still have a car thread today to bide the time until HARBAUGH goes and HARBAUGHS something else.
For this week:
What was your first car, and why was it the BEST first car and/or the WORST first car?
Edit - let us know when you got it. Having a 1991 BMW was a sweet first car in 1991. Less so in 2005.
Arya is on her first mission. I have a feeling that a "Golem Mountain" will make an appearance this episode or next. Cersei would you like more water to lap up off the floor? We all know episode nines are insane and sometimes TV history. What's your fav episode 9 between "Ned's Dead', "Blackwater", "Red Wedding", "Wildlings @ Wall" and tonights? I'm going with "Ned's Dead' just for the simple fact that showed me anybody can get it.
Do you know why all the world hates a Lannister?
Saturday Morning, watching my girlfriends yardsale for her...
Why the Harbaugh not?
Thanking all ally nations for the commitment and sacrifices made 71 years ago today. May we always remember D-Day, the start of the end of Hitler's reign of terror.
There was a sub-discussion in the Mad Men series final for this the other week and it got me thinking. Mine would be:
5. Boardwalk Empire - probably not on a lot of people's top 5. I think Michael Pitt's potrayal as Jimmy Darmody is one of more underrated tv performances of all time.
4. The Sopranos - Credited as the show that got presitige tv drama series really going. People still talk/debate about the finale to this day. Also great acting as a whole. RIP James Gandolfini.
3. Breaking Bad - Has as some of the best use of cinematography I've ever seen. Gustavo Fring is probably my favorite villain of all-time in a series.
2. Mad Men - Don Draper is probably my favorite drama character of all time in terms of level of intrique. Hamm better finally win an Emmy this year! This show is more character--driven than most shows which causes some to stay away from it and either love it or hate it. I thought the series finale was great and stayed true to the show being an accurate illistration of human behavior.
1. The Wire - It seems there's not a lot of middle ground in regards to this show in that people think it's the most overrated show ever, or that it's the greatest show ever. I obviously fall in the latter. I think it's as close to a flawless show as you can get, and I believe it has the overall best acting on a show that we'll ever see.
So I like AMC and HBO shows as you can see, and probably favor shows in recent time. But all just my opinion.
What are yours?