Thursday, October 22, 2015

Longmire Is Kinda Lit

The winter is such one of the oddest times for me when it comes to watching TV. Normally my weekends are free. Then the winter comes. The cold weather and blah feeling. Weekends are now filled with so much football. Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Thursday. What a time to be alive. Hell, I even watch the high school games on TV on Fridays some times. Just can't get enough of it.   

So when TJ told me about this show, I wanted to watch but the summer was coming to a end. The days were started to get jam packed with Football. Where would I find the time? 

I don't know how long I held off on watching this but it had to be about 2 months. I thought at first he was trying to be funny. As if this is like some super bad show. The name said out loud does seem Family Guy ish to me.   

I think as I write this that I'm on episode six, I'm loving it.  The show centers on Walt Longmire, a Wyoming county sheriff who returns to work after his wife's death. Assisted by his friends and his daughter, Longmire investigates major crimes within his jurisdiction, while campaigning for re-election against one of his own deputies.

If you think that, that is a deep story line. Wait till you start watching, that's just within the first  30 minutes. 

Funny story: I have been thinking about moving to Wyoming, the state actually sent me a package full of info and maps and a sticker. The sticker is pretty dope. This was two weeks ago before I started watching.  I text Jeem yesterday after watching the show saying "Fuck it, we moving to Wyoming. It look so peaceful". She text back by saying " They're probably racist there too"

You know, she has a point. My brother did half a year of college in North Dakota before going to Georgia Southern University. The only black people was the people on the football team and the coach made the players aware that basically the state is full of stupid people. Racist people. 

Aint nobody got time for that.  What you should get time for, this show. It's on Netflix.


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