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I loved the show in the beginning but lost interest during the latter half of the season. Never bothered to check out season 2.

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Worth finishing. So many twists and turns and each season had 3 mini arcs within it, so if you didn’t like one it kept changing things up.

Just watched the first two episodes. Ryan from Subargatory the reason why I wanted to check it out and my word, great show, wasnt expecting comedy. Just read its cancelled and might get shopped around. So guys is it still worth it to watch even if its cancelled?

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3 points · 10 days ago

Totally! Parker Young is hilarious and I really liked all of the characters. I just finished Season 2 and am satisfied with the story even if it doesn’t get picked up for Season 3. Each season has a satisfying conclusion to its story.

I thought John Krasinski was voicing Peter Parker in this?

Jake Johnson doesn’t sound earnest enough. Too much snark, not enough heart.

2 points · 16 days ago · edited 16 days ago

Vegan Yogurt with two tablespoons of Grape Nuts. Filling, sweet, and lots of fiber.

CLIF also has a new Banana Chocolate Peanut Butter bar in their Nut Butter Filled energy bar line. A little over 200 calories per bar with protein and fiber plus incredibly tasty/satisfying.

Yves Vegan Pepperoni Slices (or Meatless Salami if they still sell it in your area). Super high protein/low carb and cheaper than most vegan jerky.

Two Kashi Frozen Waffles are only 140 Calories. Add a tablespoon of Maple Syrup and you’re at 200 calories for a satisfying breakfast or morning snack with fiber.

For dessert, Tea Pops or similar low-carb, low calorie popsicles are good.

Tofutti Fudge Pops as well, and they’re rich with some protein.

Chocolate PB2 with almond milk is a good, moderate calorie with decent protein pudding-like snack.

Oh, and to curb boredom eating I’ve been having a LaCroix or a Diet Snapple instead. Diet Peach or TropaRoca has been as satisfying as shoveling carbs inbetween meals.

I don't know... I buy it at Whole Foods, MOM's organic, or Amazon

Primal is good and cheap

Louisville is great but pricier

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2 points · 16 days ago

Cheapest Louisville I found online is their subscription box through CrateJoy.

3 bags a month and you get 20% off with code FRIENDS.

Got 3 months, 9 bags total for $46.80 with free shipping.

https://lvjco.cratejoy.com/

Interesting I always thought it was just Hogan family he was in

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Original Poster2 points · 17 days ago

Before this, he was the Eddie Haskell-type character on Silver Spoons.

Sorry, but Ozark was not that good.

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Original Poster2 points · 17 days ago

It’s good, it’s just a constant downer. It’s like if Breaking Bad started with them in the shit.

6 points · 17 days ago

I special ordered this and a Festival of Friendship playset. I’m not even a collector, but I’ll buy releases for good short-lived or one-off segments like these.

I also really want a Renee Young and Daniel Bryan Talking Smack playset.

I loved the episode where they were both guests together on Loveline with Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew.

https://youtu.be/6osybvTdkPc

It's fair enough that the captive mice may do this. But is there any evidence of this behavior in wild mice, preferably in a peer-reviewed journal?

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Original Poster9 points · 18 days ago · edited 18 days ago

Maybe, but my headline is directly adapted from the quote in the source I provided with photos.

They do nest in living grass and leaves though. Quick Googling has lots of info.

They’re also known for climbing flowers, tall grass, and grains in the wild.

There are many photos from many different photographers with harvest mice in tulips and flowers.

This photography even does a dedicated Harvest Mouse photography workshop at a conservatory: https://mobile.twitter.com/littleowler87/status/950056776875040768?lang=en

Sorry but your title definitely makes it sound like you mean harvest mice in general.

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Original Poster6 points · 18 days ago

I understand that’s what you infer, but again I adapted it from the quote I posted as a source immediately after submitting this photo.

Did anyone capture this off the live stream?

I've never seen any purge movies but I do like the idea of small contained stories taking place within a larger lore

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That’s what the first Purge movie is. Takes place inside one house during Purge night.

That is a mouse who looks like he just railed ten lines of pollen.

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Original Poster872 points · 18 days ago

First you get the pollen, then you get the power, then you get the women.

Original Poster305 points · 19 days ago
6 points · 20 days ago

Just read the plot synopsis for 1 and jump in at 2, not least because you get the arrival of The Punisher Frank Grillo.

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I too thought The Punisher was in this. Crossbones is also cool.

2 points · 19 days ago

The Sure Thing

Great road trip/romantic comedy with John Cusack and Daphne Zuniga, directed by Rob Reiner.

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Original Poster12 points · 21 days ago

Did you read the article? Sounds like he has a pretty good claim.

Was that a different actor as George Michael in the scuba diving flashback? (The one where he says he thought they were going to a restaurant)

2 points · 22 days ago

Two of the best Marvel books of the past 20 years:

Runaways by Brian K Vaughan

Alias (Jessica Jones) by Brian Michael Bendis

It was pretty hit and miss.

Loved the start and the depiction of the relationship with his father, thought the CGI to reflect his powers was pretty cool (and the sensory deprivation tank was a nice touch) and Affleck over all was ok. What let it down for me was the overall writing and Jennifer Garner's woeful performance. Actually quite like her now and she's certainly improved as an actress but was horrid in this film.

I thought Colin Farrell was initially way too over the top but on re-watches his performance is actually a highlight and it's a pity he did'nt get more screen time to flesh the character out, my other main issue being the seeming inability to focus on a main villain which really watered down both Bullseye's and Kingpin's impact, I'm of the opinion they should have gone with one or the other.

Also that last fight....way to end on a stinker.

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2 points · 24 days ago

Bullseye never misses though...

224 points · 25 days ago

On an aside note of loving things I loooove onion and used to ask for extra at subway. Like, coat this bitch in white kind of love. The servers would get really awkward and incredulous lol.

I still love onion that much, but it's just easier these days to get the standard amount esp after I found out they get in trouble if the customer asks for too much extra :(

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2 points · 24 days ago

At Subway I’m always tempted to recreate this Tom Green video...

https://youtu.be/bnyVE1go2vs

2 points · 26 days ago

Tweaking automoderator and paying attention to reports. Keep reporting and downvoting when you see them.

Thanks!

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