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KarmaG

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  1. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    Shoes cost a lot of money which is something our Wilders don't have a lot of and yes, our ancestors really went shoeless. At one time shoes were for the rich. And for many, hunting is best done barefoot.
  2. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    Finally have time to watch the finale and have to say I really wish production would step back. I hope next season isn't worse than this as far as them overstepping goes. Colbert has safety harnesses (we've watched him use them and he's adamant about safety), why didn't he use them in the scenes of putting on the rafters? Oh, gotta be production push so he can involve the neighbors. Annoying. Tony and Amelia getting the pigs. They knew they didn't have room for them and never mentioned pigs before this season. Why now and why the large number they got? Oh, gotta be production push so we can see them start to contemplate buying more land. With what money? We aren't suppose to know they are talking to cameras and making money from the show. I mean they had to sell all their wares at the farmer's market to afford the pigs, how could they afford land by selling jars of dried mushrooms?!?! :P Last year Tony and Amelia wanted to make babies (probably another production push) this year it's pigs. Looks like next year will be a hunt for a larger plot of land. Unless a plot next door is available but going by the arial views it doesn't look like it. ETA: Oh so we'll see them attempting to co-op and I can tell you now it wont work. Tony and Amelia have their own way of doing things although I am sure production would love to show us it not working with the co-op.
  3. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    And I don't know if you noticed, but they're now all even repeating the same lines. Tony and Thorn and Colbert basically all said the exact same thing about hunting. I believe it was Tony and Thorn who even used the same wording. I want to get back to the boring day to day stuff. Boring to them because it's their day but not boring to me because it's not mine and not the way I do things. We've gotten eye full in previous seasons that's for sure. I don't have an issue with his daughter being around him though. Nakedness doesn't have to be a sexual thing. She's learning about nature and dad has different parts than mom etc. And for her it's just normal/natural.
  4. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    Someone above said he was from another outdoorsy show. He's just not my thing. So much so, that much like the last seasons with the ones I didn't like, I am now fast forwarding through his scenes.
  5. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    Still watching the same episode and paused when Colbert was looking at the tax bill. I knew he had acres but didn't know it was almost 44 acres. That explains the distance he travels sometimes. I'd wondered if he was on public land or someone else's land before but now I know, it's mostly his that we see. ETA: Looked like his tax bill was 106 and some change.
  6. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    I agree. Am trying to get another episode watched (home sick from work), the one where Tony and Amelia finally butcher the doe. The narrator just said Tony and Amelia took a 3 day trip to the beach for the salt. WTF. It's a 7 hour drive each way = 14 hours. And say an entire day to boil that damn water so that's day 2. Where's day 3? On that episode they made it seem like it all happened in one day. And again, where did they get the money for the gas to drive 14 hours? Production is completely ruining a great show. I'll give it through the episodes of this season that are on my dvr but if the over involvement continues I'll going to have to tap out.
  7. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    Oh and anyone else notice that the baking sheet Tony and Amelia were scooping the salt onto was brand new? Not a scratch on that teflon coating. And as earth and health conscious as Amelia is I don't think she uses teflon coated pans, at least not regularly.
  8. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    I'm finally watching the going to the ocean episode and like the rest of you, I have to call bs. In the time it took Tony and Amelia to drive to the coast the meat would have spoiled. They live approximately 7hours from the coast. The gas it took to drive to the coast in that old truck cost way more than a bag of salt from Walmart. I really hope production doesn't continue down this road of over involvement. It will drive me away. @Pepper Mostly I'm not digging the new guy either. As I said above they just need to leave us with our lovable current 3 and stop trying to find a 4th or even a 5th as in a prior season. The 4th never works out.
  9. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    Welcome to the forum, Mo.
  10. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    Exactly. And the hostility the dude had over someone else potentially moving in, and then scavenging from someone else's plot was just wrong. And came across as scripted. Especially when he acted like he didn't know people had been there, but then he did, but then he didn't. Like he forgot his lines. Sorry but when whoever was building that big structure, you'd hear it throughout the area and supposedly it was only 1/4 mile from dude's treehouse. No way he didn't know when it was built if he'd been there the entire time. Almost reminded me of that show with the three families that were going to live wild but they all had issues. Sad, all these shows meld together they are so unoriginal and fake. I, too, will stick with our cast. I find it funny though they are still trying to find a 4th. Each season we've gotten a new 4th, they just don't stick. Keep our 3 and give up on the 4th if the current guy doesn't work out.
  11. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    This is actually the only show I really still watch besides things like GoT and TWD. I tried The Boonies when it first came out but it was just another overly produced show much to my dismay.
  12. KarmaG

    Live Free Or Die

    The show is back for its late summer season. We see Thorn has moved to Georgia. Wonder how hard that was now that he wont get to see Briar very often. Colbert is Colbert :). We also have a new guy. That's really as far as I've gotten into the first episode of the new season. Hope to finish it later.
  13. KarmaG

    Life Below Zero

    They usually alternate between Glenn and Eric/Martha each episode or two. In the earlier seasons we saw Eric for the first half of the season and then Glenn the last half because Eric wasn't available to film due to his guiding business. That said, while I still love most of the cast, I am just over this show. It's the same stuff each season. It's great but it's just not for me any more. This isn't the first show I've cut out of my roster and wont be the last. I hope the cast had a great time filming and y'all have a great time watching.
  14. That's how I was with season 1. I read recaps of what happened in the last couple of episodes and read a recap of what happened on Watch What Happened Live with them. It took a lot for me to try the show again for the second season. That wasn't the surrogate, it was Brandon's sister who miscarried the baby she was carrying for her and her partner. The finale bits were filmed last winter/early spring.
  15. KarmaG

    Social Media & Spoilery Speculation

    And I just checked and he's made his page private.
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