We all watch TV shows, and which is the “best” is a matter of opinion. With that being said, here are the top 10 worst TV police officers of all time. Feel free to check out other lists throughout Thought for Your Penny. His day job is the help the police as a consultant and employee of the Miami Police Department. His side gig is as a serial killer. I feel like there’s a conflict of interest.
Streaming is the popular way to access movies, music, and other digital files these days. But sometimes you want a local file. Perhaps you’re going somewhere without Internet service or simply want to save money by avoiding data overages. Torrenting is a popular way to transfer files. This peer-to-peer protocol is based on the BitTorrent platform created in 2004. It predates blockchain technologies like cryptocurrencies and the Tor Browser (although Tor was in development a decade earlier).
We all watch movies, and which is the “best” is a matter of opinion really. Here are the top 10 basketball movies of all time. Don’t forget to check out other lists throughout Thought for Your Penny. College basketball has notoriously stringent recruitment rules, all of which are broken when coach Pete Bell needs to compete with the big boys. He’s not cheating to get a leg up – he’s doing it to stay on the same ground as everyone else cheating.
@Locust_Pocust There's actually a ton of movies from the 20th century that never would see the light of day today...Both those Eddie Murphy movies are great examples...but the tide will eventually turn, as our offensive president proves...
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Selecting a term
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