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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
PostPosted: Mon June 08, 2020 3:59 pm 
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
We just watched the French Alps one. It was eerily foreshadowing with some of the things he said in that episode about death and finding his body, all to Ripert himself.


Also, just downloaded this one too.

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I pass that spot all the time. Nuts



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i knew he was tall, but a giant???


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The PU Borneo episode — id house every dish they put in front of him, but that black pepper crab looks especially awesome.


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what's he eating there?

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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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Countless cafes and food stands and restaurants around there. Could be anything.


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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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Happy Birthday, Tony. You'll never know the mark you left. Cheers and safe travels, my friend....

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Oh fuck, it was his bday? So sad. I miss his show so much.

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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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Me too, friend.

Two years and it's still not any easier.


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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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I’m about halfway thru Medium Raw right now. Thanks for the recommendation, Joe. I absolutely love his writing style. It’s like just sitting there listening to him tell stories.

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Someone sent me an Anthony Bourdain candle today and I have no idea who it was

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Last two seasons of No Reservations are on Hulu. We've been enjoying going back through these episodes.

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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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Trying to watch Anthony Bourdain reruns is a mess right now. Certain seasons available on different streaming channels, but no one stop shopping, nor is there a Blu-ray box set (which I would gladly plunk down cash for).

Most recent I can find are selected episodes from the last few seasons of parts unknown, on the CNN app


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wease wrote:
I’m about halfway thru Medium Raw right now. Thanks for the recommendation, Joe. I absolutely love his writing style. It’s like just sitting there listening to him tell stories.

Yes! Oh good, I'm so glad you're reading it and enjoying it. That one, more than any other, really does feel -- as you say -- like sitting and listening to him tell stories. And what great stories! It's high time I re-read that book. :heartbeat:


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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Someone sent me an Anthony Bourdain candle today and I have no idea who it was

Looked like Jorge took credit for it. :lol:

Also, I also have a "St. Bourdain" candle. I don't know if I'll ever actually burn it. But I'm thinking about doing so tonight. The wife and I are also thinking about polishing off the last of the Pappy 15 we have in honor of Tony tonight. Seems like the proper occasion to finally finish that bottle. :heartbeat:


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Trying to watch Anthony Bourdain reruns is a mess right now. Certain seasons available on different streaming channels, but no one stop shopping, nor is there a Blu-ray box set (which I would gladly plunk down cash for).

Most recent I can find are selected episodes from the last few seasons of parts unknown, on the CNN app

Yeah this is really annoying. We had to watch two different episodes of parts unknown on tyo different platforms. And a third we wanted to watch required an extra $2.99

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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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I think all of Parts Unknown is on HBO Max, if you have that. But, yeah, everything else is so scattered. But that's what happens when you have so many different producing partners/networks/etc.


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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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Ooh! Good tip! We’ll be making the jump once HBO Go disappears from Roku next month.


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tragabigzanda wrote:
Ooh! Good tip! We’ll be making the jump once HBO Go disappears from Roku next month.

you mean HBO Now? i'm asking because HBO Now disappeared from AppleTV, but my HBONow account automatically converted into HBOMax, but i can only access it through iOS devices, to then AirPlay. :-|


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 Post subject: Re: Anthony Bourdain
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Nope, HBO Go — this was the original streaming service for people who had HBO from their cable provider. HBO Now is streaming only — no cable component.

We use my sister’s HBO Go login that’s connected to her cable account. Each HBO service (cable/Go/Now/Max) has their own licensing deals, and it’s apparently gotten so cumbersome that they are losing the Go, and grandfathering in those Go accounts to Max accounts for no additional cost...

But HBO and Roku have hey to strike a deal for a Max app, so when Go goes away next month, Roku watchers are screwed until it gets ironed out.


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