Grab a tootsie roll and enjoy this episode as we show you a thread that details how to refine silver at home, just in case SHTF. A heavyset Florida
police officer takes a girl out with a taser because he didn't want to and most likely couldn't physically run after her. It turns out this girl
is now brain dead and we share the results on if the officer was charged in the incident. We take a journey to Afghanistan to find what they were
looking for as young excited people film a mysterious object in a california suburb. Provide us your thread IDs if you think they should be on the
next recap and let us know if you prefer more shorter recaps or fewer longer recaps. See you on Twitter. Signing Off.
I think I will go with longer and fewer if I have to make a choice. I think it might increase their impact a little and give you more time to
drink lots of beer with your crew and laugh at the ATS madness before getting round to to prepare, research and make it.
No matter what thread I look at across ATS, there are some members who knock other members or threads for that matter...I'll send you a cigar so you
can burn one down as you chat nicely with the forum folk!
Personally, I preferred the short frequent recaps simply out of convenience. When things start to get busy and I'm not able to browse the boards as
much as I want to, it's nice to have time to catch up on an episode or two rather than a longer video. But of course, that's just me
i love the show and i think it helps generate interest in threads that don't get much attention. i personally would enjoy a recap every weekday with
a massive recap on sunday. i have become quiet addicted to the recap and bryan certainly makes it all that more watchable especially with the posts
read out, that should definately be kept in.
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