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Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2017-11-09 (Thursday)
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In article <ou4eak$uq5$>, IJBall@mac.invalid wrote:

>Stranger Things (The Netflix) - "Chapter Two: The Weirdo on Maple 
>Street". This episode is mostly devoted to fleshing out the strange 
>girl the boys discovered at the end of the previous episode. They hide 
>her out in the lead boy's house, and call her Eleven, "El" (shouldn't 
>it be "Elle"?!) for short. Oh, and she has "mutant powers", as she can 
>move stuff with her mind... Meanwhile, the sheriff discovers the body 
>of the diner owner, which has been staged to look like a suicide. 
>Winona Ryder continues to get weird phone calls from her son from 
>"beyond", and inexplicable things keep happening during these calls. 
>And Ryder's son goes to visit his deadbeat dad, but doesn't find the 
>missing boy there. Meanwhile, the whole subplot with the teen sister 
>and her teen friends is total distraction-bait that I wish they would 
>just leave it all out of this - but that does end with the "monster" 
>getting another "victim": the teen sister's nerdy friend.

Poor Barb! 
Shit! I thought she was on longer!

Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd 
have to audit liberals  & wire tap reporters' phones.