Coffee Talk – So That Happened

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Welcome to Coffee Talk!  Grab your favorite beverage and join in on the conversation.

IMG_3617Indiana Primary

The Indiana Primary was Tuesday.  I made sure to get out and vote, and if you’re from Indiana, I hope you did too, because that vote mattered a lot.  After our primary, Cruz and Kasich dropped out of the republican presidential race, leaving Trump as the expected republican presidential candidate.  I didn’t personally have a say in that race, as I pulled a democratic ticket for the primary, but the race between Hillary and Bernie was pretty close here, as well.

Plumbing Projects

My husband did a little bit of pluming in our house this week, hooking up the sink we’ve got in the mud room.  This will be great for quick cleanup when coming in from a messy job on the farm.  And, my personal favorite part – I’ll be able to soak or hand wash clothes if I need to.

Summer Hours

Graduation is this weekend at the University, which means that summer hours start on Monday.  We get an extra half-hour off in the afternoons, which is amazing- especially when the weather is nice.  I’m looking forward to that, though it will be lonely on campus with so many less students.

That’s So Throw Back

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The Freeform channel has started a new late night TV block called That’s So Throw Back, featuring Disney shows from the late 90s/early 2000s.  I’m super excited about it, because that means I can watch Kim Possible again. I even set my DVR up to do a series recording.  Are there any shows that you used to watch and would love to see on TV again?

2 thoughts on “Coffee Talk – So That Happened”

  1. As Told By Ginger (Nickelodeon)
    Fraggle Rock
    Disney’s Weekenders

    Way many years ago, Nicktoons had a spot called Nick at Night where they showed classic UK shorts like The Wombles and Ivor the Engine. From what I see lately, it’s just Spongebob, 24/7/365, for some odd reason.

    1. I know people who love Spongebob, but like Barney, he was after my time. I’ve never really had any love for him. Boomerang is a great channel for older cartoons. When they started the channel they ran things like Bugs Bunny and the Flintstones, but over the years it’s become a storehouse for newer shows that are no longer aired on the main Cartoon Network channel, things like Samauri Jack and The Justice League.

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