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  1. To be fair, he said consistently. And in some cases I can see his point? I'm still in the camp that 2010 is an intellectual exercise more than a show, and those aren't necessarily the most entertaining. And 2005 is obviously hit-or-miss (the music from that show is so, so good...and when you watch it instead of listening to it the show is so, so bad). Then again, my favorite BD shows 2005-present (when I started following the activity) are 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014, and 2017. So I may not be the best person to go off of.
  2. Completely irrelevant, but...good Lord are the stars on that map in the wrong places. Badly so.
  3. If the Saturday night show is at BC, someone should tell DCI, as they currently have it listed in Lawrence. I hope it is BC--that'd be walking distance for me, as opposed to driving out to Lawrence.
  4. Eh...the cereal box shakos were pretty mockable. Apart from the ability to stash a growler in there, which seems helpful, tbh.
  5. School is back in session the week before Labor Day. (Or at least it was when I was in school.) Plenty of time between the end of drum corps season. Summer band kicks off August 1, though, so you may run into issues sharing rehearsal space with the kids. Middle schools and/or non-competitive-band high schools might be an option, but those are also more likely to not be interested in the first place, to my way of thinking. If you really wanted to go insane, you could plausibly host multiple corps at the universities--off the top of my head, Rice has enough field space even outside of the football practice facilities, and you'd have more than enough housing (though they may want that closed to prep for student move-ins).
  6. It's not that the Green Line has ended before it; they just took away the Green Line route that went closest to it because of how horribly designed the Newton Corner interchange on the turnpike is. (Source: just moved to Brighton two months ago and have been geeking out over the history of the Boston Elevated Railway/MTA/MBTA ever since. Still mildly bitter that they built the turnpike instead of the rapid transit extension along the Worcester route.)
  7. It's almost...hear me out here...it's almost like you two are talking about two different things and refusing to acknowledge it.
  8. Boston and Cavies. Pretty easily, truth be told. Cavies haven't had a great show since 2010, and some of them have been quite bad (looking at you, 2012, 2015, and 2017). And Boston's best output over that timeframe (2018) doesn't come up to the standards of the other two.
  9. Have you considered that your issues are the fact that you're deliberately mis-using the service? FLO's inability to stream outside the US is an issue, yes. But it's likely that several of the issues you have with FLO have something to do with piping it through a VPN, too. And if we went with the Twitch setup you want we'd still have the same production issues you're complaining about.
  10. Offhand: TROOP 2013 Also Troop 2016 XMen 2011 Troop 2011 PC 2012 Colts 2014 Colts 2015 Academy 2014 Academy 2017 Mandarins 2017 Music City 2018 PC 2019 Also SURF 2012, SURF 2013
  11. To be fair, if there's anyone layering on the kitsch with that line, it's Copland in the original. It's not like Lincoln Portrait didn't have narration already.