Blue Planet Two.

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David Attenborough's new blue planet is on BBC1 uk. Amazing watch.
 
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Watching, wouldn’t miss it & recording to watch again.
A David Attenborough wildlife programme, a cup of Typhoo & all’s well with the world
 
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Absolutely insane what they capture, and how they do it, it dosent seem real. I wonder if it aires in the USA lol.
 
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It’s a shame if they don’t but probably available on dvd there
 
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I'll be looking for it.

, I googled Typhoo having no idea what you meant. I drink tea everyday... iced tea that is, lol. But, I enjoy a hot cup too. Wondering what's special about Typhoo? Is it a special blend or something or the good old standard?
 
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Typhoo is just a brand that’s been around over here longer than I have (that’s quite a while!) it’s not a particularly special tea
 

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Is it on over here?
 
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I cant ever explain tea to people from the USA, even parts of Europe think its strange the way we have it, typhoo is a brand, the same as all the others we drink. IE pg tips, Yorkshire tea, tetely, earl grey. I like the english breakfast, supermarkets own brand usually. 2 sugars, milk, not too dark, moor milky. I feel strange explaining it because its just such a normal thing here. You have to find the blue planet by David Attenborough stella, literally the most amazing camera work you will see, its about the oceans ecosystem, all aspects of it, i wish he would do a spin off Reef version kind of thing, check some of the stuff out, preferably in HD, you will see what i mean. Sorry NightShade i missed your reply i wasn't ignoring you, you would have to investigate about it, you should be able to get it on the internet some how, thats not a strong point of mine though so i wouldn't know where exactly to look. Unless its on youtube.
 
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Blue Planet 2's US premiere is on BBC America tonight! NightShade

:meh:I don't get BBC America, but no worries Grant, I'll definitely find a stream or something.

I enjoy hot tea too, with milk and sugar. I just wonder if you guy's are always drinking different blends/flavors. I'm no connoisseur and use Lipton.
 
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stella1979 said:
Blue Planet 2's US premiere is on BBC America tonight!

:meh:I don't get BBC America, but no worries Grant, I'll definitely find a stream or something.

I enjoy hot tea too, with milk and sugar. I just wonder if you guy's are always drinking different blends/flavors. I'm no connoisseur and use Lipton.
You see thats mad because Lipton is only in bottles as ice tea, with Lemmon flavor peach etc. the tea i listed is all regular tea. Maybe you could share a link here for the USA people to watch the blue planet Stella if you find one.
 

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stella1979 said:
Blue Planet 2's US premiere is on BBC America tonight! NightShade
I enjoy hot tea too, with milk and sugar. I just wonder if you guy's are always drinking different blends/flavors. I'm no connoisseur and use Lipton.
ew. Try Twinings as a start. You'll like it. Personally, I like Irish Breakfast. No need to thank me. I'm just doing a public service.

Thanks for the heads up. Will have to find a stream, as I don't have BBC America. Or cable for that matter.
 

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I get BBC America! I used to watch Top Gear ALL THE FREAKING TIME!!! Loved that show!! ❤

Lol.... I'm southern, we do iced tea (with enough sugar to give you instant diabetes )
 
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scarface said:
ew. Try Twinings as a start. You'll like it. Personally, I like Irish Breakfast. No need to thank me. I'm just doing a public service.

Thanks for the heads up. Will have to find a stream, as I don't have BBC America. Or cable for that matter.
You'll have to forgive me, lol. Southern sweet tea is a historic staple on my dad's side.... great granny used Lipton. I do want to broaden my hot cup horizons though, so thanks for the service.

Are you a fellow cord cutter Scarface? I don't have cable either, and I'm proud of it. I'd rather spend that money on fishy things! Netflix has been advertising Blue Planet 1 here and there lately.... I'd be willing to bet they'll have the 2nd series before too long.
 

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stella1979 said:
You'll have to forgive me, lol. Southern sweet tea is a historic staple on my dad's side.... great granny used Lipton. I do want to broaden my hot cup horizons though, so thanks for the service.

Are you a fellow cord cutter Scarface? I don't have cable either, and I'm proud of it. I'd rather spend that money on fishy things! Netflix has been advertising Blue Planet 1 here and there lately.... I'd be willing to bet they'll have the 2nd series before too long.
Haven't had cable in over 5 yrs, actually . I can find most everything online these days. Like you said, I use Netflix and also have Amazon Prime. Even some networks, I can watch on their website. I like saving money and investing those savings is practically a hobby. Definitely on the lookout for Netflix, if I can't find it anywhere. Pretty old, but for freshwater documentary, I recommend Jewels of The Rift. It's about Lake Tanganyikan cichlids. And it's free on youtube!
 

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stella1979 said:
You'll have to forgive me, lol. Southern sweet tea is a historic staple on my dad's side.... great granny used Lipton. I do want to broaden my hot cup horizons though, so thanks for the service.

Are you a fellow cord cutter Scarface? I don't have cable either, and I'm proud of it. I'd rather spend that money on fishy things! Netflix has been advertising Blue Planet 1 here and there lately.... I'd be willing to bet they'll have the 2nd series before too long.
What else would one use for sweet tea other than Lipton?
 
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Saw a clip of this coming Sunday’s episode this morning, it should be especially interesting for those of you who keep clownfish.
It’s some behaviour never captured on film before, I won’t spoil it but it really made me want clowns again
 
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I saw a snippet of it, i cant wait.
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but im not obsessed lol.
 
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Beautiful pics of your clowns, make sure they’re watching it too they might learn some new tricks
 

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stella1979 said:
Blue Planet 2's US premiere is on BBC America tonight! NightShade

:meh:I don't get BBC America, but no worries Grant, I'll definitely find a stream or something.

I enjoy hot tea too, with milk and sugar. I just wonder if you guy's are always drinking different blends/flavors. I'm no connoisseur and use Lipton.
Around here, "hot tea" is hot mint tea served with sugar. Any other "teas" are likely to be frightening herb-medicinal things that my mother-in-law has talked me in to trying.
 
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Well 1 hour and we are all waiting patiently.
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tonight its all about the Reef’s. Ohhh yess !!!!
 
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