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batye
batye
1/5/2018 10:53:04 PM
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Re: TV & Video
@srufolo1 I seen and lived during lawless times and civil disobedience... when you run out of food and water you need to live your house - during unsafe time wearing protection - simple rule to survive... this days even in stable system as North America anything could happens...  

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srufolo1
srufolo1
1/5/2018 6:35:40 PM
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Re: TV & Video
@batye Not sure why you need to wear a Kevlar vest, however, I do believe sewing is definitely something everyone should know how to do. 

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batye
batye
1/5/2018 2:00:54 AM
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Re: Why so long..?
@mhhf1ve yes you are right but even in mexico I did see poorly translated NCIS episodes... you never know... also I see very old serials like FireFly will be giving potential bost towards new episodes globaly... 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/5/2018 1:49:40 AM
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Re: Why so long..?
Regionalization can work. I've seen plenty of Asia dramas spread across several countries with only poor to decent subtitles for translation. Soap opera serials seem to lend themselves particularly well to broad audiences. (No pun intended)

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batye
batye
1/4/2018 8:39:13 PM
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Re: Why so long..?
@mhhf1ve it depends how things work out as I did recall once I was in germany I did see Knight Rider in german and other us popular shows in german on tv - like The Twilight Zone... anything could be translated and adopted to regional markets... 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
1/4/2018 1:28:01 PM
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Re: Why so long..?
It just seems like there should be room for an EU competitor to Netflix. But perha The various cultures inthe EU make that difficult. The US speaks mostly English-- making it slightly easier to appeal to the entire population with just a few tweaks. Regionalization isn't easy to do correctly.

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batye
batye
1/4/2018 2:58:49 AM
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Re: TV & Video
@srufolo1 thank you, I always hopping for the best while preparing for the worst... learning how to sew improve my survival rate/chance... as in my reality out of kevlar sniper blanket you could sew - ok quality Kevlar vest's almost level 2 protection if you fold kevlar right way and sew it right, plus you could add extra add on to you design - if compared to standart security issued...  in my case I have two security vests from my youth security days... and both of this vest's already expired  as normally they last 5-7 years and need to be retired... but out of this two 20 years old vest I hope to sew one good one if need arrise... plus sew very relaxing in my books :) 

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batye
batye
1/4/2018 2:50:48 AM
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Re: Why so long..?
@mhhf1ve yes, but this days it seems everyone copying everyone and everything hoping for the best... but Copy not always original... nor some thing could be properly copied... the way I see it... 

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batye
batye
1/4/2018 2:48:15 AM
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Re: TV & Video 2018
@mpouraryan yes as this days we do have more fake news than real one... or instead of the news we get opinion - not a true facts opinion... sad reality of todays... 

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batye
batye
1/4/2018 2:46:56 AM
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Re: TV & Video 2018
@mpouraryan I could not agree more as this days we live in only constant in our life change... and change is a way of life... 

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