Whew what a last few hours

United States
February 23, 2017 1:02am CST
I am sitting here on my bed and actually using something I very rarely use. I am using my tablet to mylot. I had to charge the keyboard and the tablet itself. It's not completely charged, but charged enough for the moment. I woke up and went out to eat with a family member, came home and did some more rearranging in my bedroom and am now learning about Dover Castle on netflix. I do love learning about history, and one of my favorite ways to learn is via documentaries such as this. Now for the rest of my laundry to be done and I'll be ready to completely relax for the rest of the night. Favorite History Period? Favorite Netflix Show? Favorite Hulu (If you have that) Show?
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@sharon6345 (135512)
• United States
23 Feb 17
I am watching when goes the heart. or something like that.
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• United States
23 Feb 17
What is the show about?
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@jalo770 (197)
23 Feb 17
@ScribbledAdNauseum yeah what is it about?
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@jalo770 (197)
23 Feb 17
@ScribbledAdNauseum I'm watching SHAMELESS
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• United States
23 Feb 17
How's myLot on your tablet going? I watch comedy and romance on Netflix or Hulu, but lately I haven't been watching anything I liked.
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• United States
23 Feb 17
You haen't been watching anything you've liked? all your boyfriend's choices? So far so good. Having a keyboard for it makes it so much easier.
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• United States
23 Feb 17
@ScribbledAdNauseum No new selection really on Netflix. :)
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• United States
24 Feb 17
@infatuatedbby I think I've told you before that I am not really a fan of netflix anyway. I only keep it because my family watches it. Of course right now I watch Princess Bride through netflix. You remember that movie from childhood?
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@jalo770 (197)
23 Feb 17
I said WHEW! What a last few hours, I been on MyLot bloggin & tokin on that sour.you know what it is, you know what I mean.. That sticky stuff, roll it up, looking like a string bean?
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@jalo770 (197)
23 Feb 17
Escape reality what a dream, I got that white man, sharp suit.. call him Charlie Shean. Some 'Cowgirl' huh, ride Em Sally... hosrey up, saddle up CALL ME JESSIE
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• United States
23 Feb 17
The only reason (somecowgirl) is written is for those who remember me under that username. Horses and anything about the rodeo life is no longer (nor was it ever) something I was interested in.
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@jalo770 (197)
23 Feb 17
@ScribbledAdNauseum I wanna be a cowboy, baybaaay, with the top let back and the sunny shine shinning
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• United States
23 Feb 17
@jalo770 Kid Rock, if I'm not mistaken?
@LadyDuck (170893)
• Switzerland
23 Feb 17
We have no Netflix and no Hulu, my favorite history period is "Italian Renaissance". The era going from the 14th century until the 16th century, marking the transition between Medieval and Early Modern Europe.
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• United States
23 Feb 17
Ah music and art was revolutionized in that time period. Leonardo Da Vinci and his many inventions also come to mind, though if my memory serves, his life was in the late 16th century.
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@LadyDuck (170893)
• Switzerland
23 Feb 17
@ScribbledAdNauseum Yes, Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1452. The Renaissance was the time of great sculptors, painters. Just to mention a few, Raffaello, Michelangelo, Donatello, Botticelli. A great time for Italy. I wonder if we will have see another Renaissance.
@allen0187 (33857)
• Philippines
23 Feb 17
Favorite history period would be the Philippine Revolution. Not really a fan of any Netflix or Hulu shows.
• United States
23 Feb 17
The Phillippines isn't something America learns a lot about in schools.
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@allen0187 (33857)
• Philippines
23 Feb 17
• United States
23 Feb 17
@allen0187 It has been many years since I was in school. However, I can remember learning more about American and British History than anything else. We did learn about the Egyptians, and some about Asia, but I can't remember learning much. It's sad that History isn't more heavily studied here.
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@alberello75 (18407)
• Genova, Italy
23 Feb 17
It is a little uncomfortable to work on Mylot, through the tablet?
• United States
24 Feb 17
Not really. I have a keyboard that goes with it and it's in a case so that I can prop it up.
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@alberello75 (18407)
• Genova, Italy
24 Feb 17
@ScribbledAdNauseum Well, with the keyboard, it is obviously better. Although, the Android OS (always, if you have it, and not IOS), is very different from Windows.
@marsha32 (6691)
• United States
25 Feb 17
We were watching a series called Reign on netflix, but I honestly don't know if it has any truth of history or if it was all made up. I just know that I want to watch the rest of the series but netflix isn't paid for right now!
• United States
25 Feb 17
I saw that but never started watching it. I watched "The Tudors" and really enjoyed it. There are several other shows like reign that I'd like to watch eventually, regardless of historical accuracy. Shows like this just make me want to research more at any rate!
@topffer (35548)
• France
23 Feb 17
I am an archeologist specialized in the Roman period. It is my favorite period since a long time, but I also like the 19th C that I find fascinating : transition to industrialization, new economic theories, new literature, acceleration of scientific and technical progress, etc.
• United States
24 Feb 17
I do remember somehow learning that you were an archaeologist though I don't think you've told me directly. The invention of technologically advanced machinery really did change everyday life for the people. More jobs were created because people were needed to oversee and help control the rapid growth of this new way to produce goods. The "classes" were developed over more during this time too, and perhaps even a wider berth was given between each working class.
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@megatron777 (3777)
• Guam
23 Feb 17
History's very interesting subject. It has no future only the past!
• United States
23 Feb 17
Very Clever Wording! So you have no favorite era?
@jstory07 (69145)
• Roseburg, Oregon
23 Feb 17
I do not like doing anyting on my husband's tablet. It is to small to really use.
• United States
23 Feb 17
I made sure I got a bigger screen so I didn't have to worry about straining my eyes.