…So I need to give you some back story on this one.
3 weeks ago I was having one of my typical bike rides in my back yard. (The Pine Barrens Of New Jersey). If your wondering if I ever seen the Jersey Devil the answer is NO! Believe me I grew up around here and played in the woods most of my life. I never seen the jersey devil.
But that isn’t what this post is about.
I just want share something with you that I found oddly New Jersey ish, I think this picture I got says it all. I think if you live in New Jersey you will appreciate this. I always liked the show that aired on HBO The Soprono’s . It was only a matter of time before someone exploited the show.
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I took those pictures last Sunday. I never see that car around during the week, just on Sundays. It’s also important to mention that there isn’t a pizza shop named that anywheres near my house. In fact the place is empty. I looked around and did some investigating I never found a person.
So I did what any other New Jersey citizen did. I got the hell otta there! 🙂
Just thought I would share that with you.
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I never seen the jersey devil. It’s also important to mention that there isn’t a pizza shop named that anywheres near my house.
It is a little discerning 🙂 thanks for the comment
Lost – most-developed characters of any TV show, and a great mythology.
Game of Thrones – based on an amazing book. Much like lost, has a large cast of interesting, compelling characters, and a really cool, complex story.
The Wire – probably the most realistic show about crime and city-life to ever exist. Also has great, well-developed characters.
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If you’ve got the time, there are at least 3 TV series that definitely appeal to genre fans: 24, The Sopranos, and Breaking Bad. 24 is pure suspense and action, relentless. The Sopranos is thoughtful, thought-provoking, funny and tragic at the same time, with one of the most well-developed and fully realized main characters I’ve ever seen. Breaking Bad is newer, but the writing is tight, the story is intricate, the vibe is tense, and Bryan Cranston really delivers.
i know i am watching it a bit late but i just started the 24 series on netflix…That show kicks ass
The Sopranos is thoughtful, thought-provoking, funny and tragic at the same time, with one of the most well-developed and fully realized main characters I’ve ever seen.