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    The fattening of America

    you don't suppose this was real and they control the food industry? naw couldn't be, could it?
    "The only thing that we learn from torture is the depths of our own moral depravity"

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    Gee they have tinfoil back then. Guess some of us will have get better hats.
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    trump inspires me everyday...inspires me to vote blue...inspires me to call out the insanity... inspires me to push back against any and all supporters of the small handed orange clown

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    Ahhh... I miss the old TZ shows, but they occasionally show up on cable. Rod Serling was perfect for his role in them.

    Hunter
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    Quote Originally Posted by UTAH View Post
    Ahhh... I miss the old TZ shows, but they occasionally show up on cable. Rod Serling was perfect for his role in them.

    Hunter
    google Twilight zone streaming and go enjoy watching to your hearts content
    "The only thing that we learn from torture is the depths of our own moral depravity"

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    Quote Originally Posted by UTAH View Post
    Ahhh... I miss the old TZ shows, but they occasionally show up on cable. Rod Serling was perfect for his role in them.

    Hunter
    The wife and I binge watched the entire series a few years ago on Netflix.
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