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Kalmukia wrote:Swell. Then you might help me with this condition I have. A girl broke my heart.

I said physician, not psychician haha

But girls come and go, and you're a man, you must be strong.
There are a lot of beautiful, clever, and adorable women who deserve your love.

Besides that; we only have one lives, so why spend it in sadness? You should instead enjoy to receive as much love as you can!

Dr Neela Rasgotra wrote:I said physician, not psychician haha

But girls come and go, and you're a man, you must be strong.
There are a lot of beautiful, clever, and adorable women who deserve your love.

Besides that; we only have one lives, so why spend it in sadness? You should instead enjoy to receive as much love as you can!

Thanks, doctor. I had my fair share. Don Giovanni would be proud.

Nicolette moore

Sure, why not?! And don't forget; every end is a start!^

Dr Neela Rasgotra wrote:Sure, why not?! And don't forget; every end is a start!^

Indeed.
You have no idea what that means to me.

Josephine lynn potter

Kalmukia wrote:Indeed.
You have no idea what that means to me.

We have to let things go. It is like when our mom tells us to go to sleep when we are watching our favourite series.

I know it is hard, but every day brings us new wonders. You just need to stay open and let the good things happen to you!
If you living in the past, thinking on it; then the present wonders cant find you and it will be just harder and harder to get back into the present.

So many of us getting lost in the sadness of the past or in the fear of the future, while we missing all of our present and therefore our future as well.

Stay positive and never forget; life is a miracle and a beautiful gift, and you just have to enjoy it as much as you can. :-)

Maritza ramos, Nicolette moore, and The Eternal Sightseer

Nicolette moore

Josephine lynn potter wrote:We have to let things go. It is like when our mom tells us to go to sleep when we are watching our favourite series.

Thanks God I am living in my own house already and I can watch as many episodes as I like during the night!

SkodaTruck Drivers and Maritza ramos

Nicolette moore wrote:Thanks God I am living in my own house already and I can watch as many episodes as I like during the night!

I remember I accidentally watched 2 seasons of The Office in 4 days once. I don't know why. It just kinda happened.

Maritza ramos

Maritza ramos

The Eternal Sightseer wrote:I remember I accidentally watched 2 seasons of The Office in 4 days once. I don't know why. It just kinda happened.

Its like me when I missed a class one day, decided to skip the whole day and I accidentally skipped the whole semester.

Travelling doraemon characters

So
What is this region mainly about ?

Travelling doraemon characters wrote:So
What is this region mainly about ?

TV series and Movies, I must say I am not familiar with the Doraemon Characters, tell
us about them

Nicolette moore

Nicolette moore

Travelling doraemon characters wrote:So
What is this region mainly about ?

Having fuuun!

SkodaTruck Drivers wrote:TV series and Movies, I must say I am not familiar with the Doraemon Characters, tell
us about them

Nobita Nobi is a cute but sensitive kid and the big lovely cat Doraemon helps him gather friends and progress in life!
Is an awesome series about friendship, we should watch it together next weekend! After the Peaky Blinders' first season I feel like I need something less bloody! haha

Beep beep! Just passin’ through, lookin’ for a drive in theater.

Josephine lynn potter

Josephine lynn potter

Herby wrote:Beep beep! Just passin’ through, lookin’ for a drive in theater.

Haha! Welcome!
I loved Herby when i was a kid!

And I loved the drive-ins! I'm not sure there are any around any more. I remember putting the speaker in the window and burning a ring-like object that was supposed to repel the mosquitoes that the open windows let in. Sometimes when I was a kid, my father would park on the hill above the drive-in and let us watch what was on the outdoor screen for a few minutes--not that we could hear anything.

Those were the days, my friend!

The last drive-in in our area is run by the Lions as a fund-raiser for community projects. They still have a lunch counter which is rather tasty . Gone are the days of speakers hanging in the window, now you turn your dial to a designated radio channel and voila, "Sound". No mosquitoes to worry about.

And yes it is still a treat to do from time to time and to support community projects.

Yeah, no drive-ins in my area. However, we have quite a few places doing outdoor movies during the summer. You just put up a massive screen in front of a hill, get some vendors and advertising, and a good time will be had by all! Bugs haven't been too much of a concern last year, but since it's entirely outdoors, they can be. We also do an annual outdoor movie at our family farm, and that's always fun. You just need to watch out for wildlife and not wander too far without a flashlight.

I have a drive-in about 4 miles from me ... the Twin Drive-in. It is a two screen yard showing movies at both ends. It still has double features.

I believe the return of Daylights Saving Time in the 1970s was a major nail in the coffin of drive-ins. With daylight lasting until long after 9pm in the late summer, movies had to wait until dark to begin. This pushed the movie end time close to midnight and many teens were unable to sit through a second movie. And without the teen viewers, ticket sales plummeted.

And that was a sad thing for the college age kids who could stay out late and neck.

In the UK at least where I am we didn't have drive ins at all possibly because of the weather, oddly they have just started having outdoor movies over the last couple of years but walk ins rather than drive ins.

The last film (movie) I saw at the cinema was Star Wars, I wait for them to come on TV now last week just caught up with The Green Mile.

Stone Circle Aviators and Nicolette moore

Josephine lynn potter

In Hungary we don't have drive-ins either :'(
Not like i have a car anyway haha

SkodaTruck Drivers and Nicolette moore

I just watched "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" on TV last night. Good stuff! When I'm near bed time, I don't want to watch action movies or anything in the horror genre. Excitement and/or terror does not aid sleep.

SkodaTruck Drivers and Nicolette moore

Nicolette moore

Migrating Geese wrote:I just watched "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" on TV last night. Good stuff! When I'm near bed time, I don't want to watch action movies or anything in the horror genre. Excitement and/or terror does not aid sleep.

Yesterday i made the mistake watching The Nun before sleep. Then i was too afraid going out for water at night^

I don't like horror movies, i don't mind action tv or movies. GoT is one of my favs and i have no trouble falling asleep after.

Unfortunately I think that it is just a matter of time before movie theatres and drive-ins will be obsolete due to smartphone streaming.
Just like in Sweden they are turning to a cashless society, all transactions are done by an app on your phone.
This puts an undeserved pressure for seniors to purchase a smart phone (which some can not afford) and learn a new technology.

Re: The Nun. I have that on my Netflix list; I'll make sure I watch it in the daylight.

Being an older goose, I do have a smart phone, but those of you who grew up with computers have a real advantage over us who did not. I still can't figure out this freaking phone.

But then, I suppose we'll all be gone soon.......

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