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Good morning all!

Wow, it doesn't take long to sleep away six hours! I woke up an hour early at 3 AM to find myself in a cold sweat. I managed to find a dry section of sheet and get back to sleep for another hour. Felt fine when I got up for good so not sure what that was about. Could have been the Pug plastered against my side much of the night, she moved to her mom's pillow after I got up at 3. I am amazed at the heat a small dog can put out. Pug trivia: Using the thermal imager, I have found that the tip of a dog's nose is some 30 degrees cooler than the warmest part of the dog, and a Pug's normal body temperature is nearly 102 degrees, 3 degrees F warmer than we are and 4 degrees F warmer than my wife, who's normal body temp is only 97.5F for some odd reason.
My brother is supposed to swing by the house later this afternoon to pick up a bunch of stuff we have been storing for him in the garage all summer, I told him it would have to go before December so I can get the car back in there for winter, today is his day of reckoning. It will be good to see that pile disappear. Now to just get my daughter's stuff and the ex-wife's last few items out of there (it's only been eleven years lol).
The paranormal team is going to see the new Ghostbusters sequel tonight as a group activity, with dinner before the show. Got our tickets days ago, looking forward to a fun night with my tribe and no gear lol. Though it would be funny to show up at the theater with the SLS camera.

Have a great day, my friends. Two mornings down, only three more to go before another blessed weekend. Yes, to those of us not yet retired, the weekends are still held in very high regard, lol!
The movie sounds fun. Glad you make time to squeeze in some good stuff. Give us a review.
 

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I'd go with 1, 10 and 11.

Christmas Vacation is my wife's favorite Christmas movie, we watch it every year while wrapping presents.

It's a Wonderful Life was one of my favorites growing up as Jimmy Stewart was that image of what a good family man is supposed to be despite the serious issues he was going through.

Die Hard. No explanation needed.
Good morning Steve. We have the same picks but I think I will exchange die hard for Rudolf.
 

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Good morning all!

Wow, it doesn't take long to sleep away six hours! I woke up an hour early at 3 AM to find myself in a cold sweat. I managed to find a dry section of sheet and get back to sleep for another hour. Felt fine when I got up for good so not sure what that was about. Could have been the Pug plastered against my side much of the night, she moved to her mom's pillow after I got up at 3. I am amazed at the heat a small dog can put out. Pug trivia: Using the thermal imager, I have found that the tip of a dog's nose is some 30 degrees cooler than the warmest part of the dog, and a Pug's normal body temperature is nearly 102 degrees, 3 degrees F warmer than we are and 4 degrees F warmer than my wife, who's normal body temp is only 97.5F for some odd reason.
My brother is supposed to swing by the house later this afternoon to pick up a bunch of stuff we have been storing for him in the garage all summer, I told him it would have to go before December so I can get the car back in there for winter, today is his day of reckoning. It will be good to see that pile disappear. Now to just get my daughter's stuff and the ex-wife's last few items out of there (it's only been eleven years lol).
The paranormal team is going to see the new Ghostbusters sequel tonight as a group activity, with dinner before the show. Got our tickets days ago, looking forward to a fun night with my tribe and no gear lol. Though it would be funny to show up at the theater with the SLS camera.

Have a great day, my friends. Two mornings down, only three more to go before another blessed weekend. Yes, to those of us not yet retired, the weekends are still held in very high regard, lol!
Let us know what you think of Ghostbusters. My kids and I were so excited by the trailers that I took the family to see it opening weekend. The original Ghostbusters was a major part of my childhood so taking my kids to see this one was kind of special. Right when the movie opens and they start playing the same music from the original I got goosebumps. After the movie we went across the street from the theater to get some ice cream and my wife and kids were debating on whether or not to go back to the theater and get tickets to watch Ghostbusters again.

There were some story elements that were kind of clunky, some pacing issues and scenes I would definitely have edited differently but overall I liked it.
 

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I was 26 when the first Ghostbusters hit theaters, so it wasn't a part of my childhood but it has been around most of my adult life.
I remember looking in libraries for copies of Tobin's Spirit Guide, lol.
 

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I was 26 when the first Ghostbusters hit theaters, so it wasn't a part of my childhood but it has been around most of my adult life.
I remember looking in libraries for copies of Tobin's Spirit Guide, lol.
I remember it being funnier at the time. It’s still a classic but it looks so much different in today’s light.
 

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I was a die-hard skeptic when I first saw it, the whole thing was a hilarious romp.

Now, of course, I know that the show was poking fun at something that really isn't all that funny, but they still did a great job of it IMO.

I'm still waiting to find "Slimer" at an investigation but so-far no spirits have had even the remotest resemblance to a cartoon, lol.
 

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Tonight's question: How many holes can they dig on Oak Island before they run out of island?