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michele

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Did you finish Breaking Bad and what did you think?

Are you ready for Game of Thrones?

Ali? GOT? 

It's good. Still like BB a bit better, but GOT excellent. And I just knit during the bloodshed.
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Did you finish Breaking Bad and what did you think?

Are you ready for Game of Thrones?

Ali? GOT? 

It's good. Still like BB a bit better, but GOT excellent. And I just knit during the bloodshed.


Nope, I have not finished watching. At one particular point I took a break, and then I got lost and started watching other stuff, like The Killing. I also tend to fall asleep when I watch TV, and then I miss large parts of what is going on. Moreover, the basketball season is reaching its end. This means that I have to go watch my team during the playoffs. It is possible that they will win the championship again (seventh time in a row, which would be a historic event in Belgium).

I will finish Breaking Bad at the end of this month. Then I have lots of time. I have to work many days in a row at the moment, which is exhausting. I need sleep and time to recover from work. My vacation starts at the end of June. During the first week of July I will move to my sister's house to look after Oscar while my sister is on holiday. I am really looking forward to it. Oscar and I have already walked together.

Another thing that puzzles me is that Netflix does not offer me to continue watching. "Breaking Bad" used to pop up on my screen automatically, but now I really have to look for it. it is just as if Netflix does not want me to watch anymore

Yesterday evening I also started watching Manhunt: Unabomber.

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