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Condobloke

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age restricted...watch on youtube

youtube, ....The uploader has not made this video available in your country. (Australia)

fired up the vpn.....not available in Switzerland....ditto in Netherlands

I give up
 


Nelson Muntz

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age restricted...watch on youtube

youtube, ....The uploader has not made this video available in your country. (Australia)

fired up the vpn.....not available in Switzerland....ditto in Netherlands

I give up
I don't understand why video content would be made unavailable although there has to be some way to stream movies where you live.

As for the age restriction you may have to create and account and sign in to Youtube but the fact the video isn't made available I don't know.
 

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It's also that time of the year where The Nightmare Before Christmas is appropriate - and a pretty good movie.

A Clockwork Orange
Natural Born Killers
Good Morning Vietnam
Even Cowgirls Get The Blues
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (when asked, this is always my favorite/best movie, but I realize that's not true for everyone)
Remo was good for what it was and the time...But Warren Murphy "The Destroyer" book series is where Remo came from read them all thru my Army days and after, 153 books in all.
 

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@Nelson Muntz Can't view the youtube links you posted earlier either. imdb.com links are more accessible for everyone since there's nog geoblocking for imdb.
 

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Remo was good for what it was and the time...But Warren Murphy "The Destroyer" book series is where Remo came from read them all thru my Army days and after, 153 books in all.
Correct, and me too - except I was not in the Army, I was a Marine. There were fewer books when I was in. They were perfect for enlisted people. You could knock one out in an afternoon, they were easy reading, they didn't require much thought, and they were plentiful - and cheap.
 

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@Nelson Muntz Can't view the youtube links you posted earlier either. imdb.com links are more accessible for everyone since there's nog geoblocking for imdb.

 
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Correct, and me too - except I was not in the Army, I was a Marine. There were fewer books when I was in. They were perfect for enlisted people. You could knock one out in an afternoon, they were easy reading, they didn't require much thought, and they were plentiful - and cheap.
LOL Marines and reading....unless it was written simply and in your guys favorite snack food...CRAYON....:D:D
 

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I do like the Blues....Look up Jacklyn Lucas' story MOH Marine. Earned it at 17 jumping on Japanese Grenades.

And Dr Robert Adams, former SEAL then Army Doc Airborne and Delta. Was wearing Trident on Army uniform while going to Navy Med Hosp in the Army. Wrote a book called, Six Days of Impossible.
 

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