Posts Tagged With: Deadwood

Day 3695: What to watch

I keep a very long list on my phone called “what to watch” and here’s the beginning of it:

Last night, I asked a question on Twitter which elicited answers adding to my “what to watch” list.

My “What to watch” list keeps getting longer as my time keeps getting shorter. Today, I’ll watch Deadwood, RuPaul’s Drag Race, a classic movie I’ve never seen (Inherit the Wind, Judgment at Nuremberg, or Witness for the Prosecution), and an answer from my Twitter question — The Painter and the Thief. That’s what my weekends are all about — catching up on what to watch.

Can you see what to watch in my other images for today?


As if I don’t have enough to watch these days, here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “what to watch.”


I’ll watch for your comments and thanks for reading this “what to watch” post today.

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Day 3676: Shocking

My husband Michael and I have been watching Deadwood, which was considered shocking when it debuted in 2004 for its extremely profane language. I assumed the language wouldn’t be shocking now but, much to my amazement, it still is.

Why is the language shocking to me? I think it’s because of the shocking anger and cruelty of several of the main characters. Somehow, despite all the anger and cruelty around us, it’s still shocking.

While I work towards acceptance and peace of mind, I’m grateful I still find some things shocking — shocked seems better than numb.

Do you see anything shocking in today’s blog post?

Okay, you bitches, here’s Randy Rainbow and his latest masterpiece about shocking behaviors in the USA House of Representatives.


Thanks to all who helped me create this shocking post, including YOU.

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