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camel-with-3-humps 7:08 Sun Jan 12
Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Just saw Messiah on Netflix. Great TV.

Don’t normally bother with series but was really hooked on this one.

Wondered if anyone else has started to watching it? What did we think?

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Northern Sold 12:05 Tue Jan 14
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Up to episode 7 when he walks on water and everyone is comparing him with David Blaine and Dynamo... solid 7.2/10 so far... will finish last three tonight

JOHNNY V 11:17 Tue Jan 14
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Finished it last night really enjoyed it looking forward to season 2

Eddie B 11:13 Tue Jan 14
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
She's definitely gonna be up the duff from the Mossad fella.

camel-with-3-humps 10:39 Tue Jan 14
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
SPOILER ALERT

Good question about why he got in the car with Mossad.

Either there was the threat of violence if he didn’t or he knew what was going to happen.

I predict that the female CIA agent gets gets pregnant with Avi’s kid, but Avi (violent Mossad agent who beats people up) becomes a convert to The Messiah.

So Avi faces a dilemma: how can he stop, possibly with violence, the mother of his child?

Season 2 ... BRING IT ON. 😎

Chinkey Weasel 12:10 Tue Jan 14
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
It's ok, I was being a knob head. Watched 5 episodes tonight. Got into it. It's very good.

Chinkey Weasel 7:41 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
I take it you've all been watching it with the subtitles because it's on foreign on my Netflix?

Eddie B 4:51 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Calm down, it's not that fucking good!

REALGSA 4:45 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
So many different genres.

BUT, it is in my top 5 of all time so far.
Watched all of season 1 now. It only came up on 1st Jan. Season 2 probably will come next year they say.

Every episode is gripping!!

Northern Sold 1:24 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Bald Eagles would have been a great shout... they could have clawed out Fritz's eyeballs after delivering the message... would have made a GREAT film that...

Eddie B 1:14 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
... or bald eagles.

Northern Sold 1:04 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Corporals schmorprals.... pile of unbelievable SHIT... if it had been a film about the US Army you would be giving it a right kicking... but then again... they would have used carrier pigeons or dogs...

Eddie B 1:00 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
NS, yet again you're so very wrong.

They weren't privates, they were corporals.

Idiot.

Northern Sold 12:52 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Read and weep Edward..

"During heavy barrages, when all other communications have been cut, the messenger dogs have made their way, and in many cases have brought messages of vital importance."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-25147640

Homing pigeons were used extensively during World War I. In 1914, during the First Battle of the Marne, the French army advanced 72 pigeon lofts with the troops.

The US Army Signal Corps used 600 pigeons in France alone.

One of their homing pigeons, a Blue Check hen named Cher Ami, was awarded the French "Croix de Guerre with Palm" for heroic service delivering 12 important messages during the Battle of Verdun. On her final mission in October 1918, she delivered a message despite having been shot through the breast or wing. The crucial message, found in the capsule hanging from a ligament of her shattered leg, saved 194 US soldiers of the 77th Infantry Division's "Lost Battalion"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_pigeon


But yeah... lets send a couple of privates to get a message through... what a pile of SHIT

Eddie B 12:30 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Dogs would get distracted by loads of stuff. Chasing the rats, worrying the cow, getting spooked by the loud noises. Would be bloody useless.

Northern Sold 12:24 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
What you saying Carrier pigeons can only fly one way?? Pile of shit....

Ok... Dogs... Use a dog then ... they used dogs to send communications... it's a fucking message ... it's not going behind enemy lines and rescuing a brother whose other 5 brothers had been killed... see Eddie.... not asking the proper questions are you??

Eddie B 12:20 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Carrier pigeons would just fly home, not to a general area where a battalion of men would be.

Why the allied planes didn't just drop leaflets though., that's a better question.

Percy Dalton 12:17 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
On the ball
The Spy it's a true story about an Israeli spy ring sending agents to Syria.
Gripping stuff superbly acted.

Northern Sold 12:16 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
I suppose Eddie it's like saying in the film 1917 why they just did not send a carrier pigeon... mainly as it would have been shit

Northern Sold 12:14 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Watched the 1st episode.... good so far

Eddie B 12:00 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Good, but why did he just willingly get in the car with the Israelis?

Russ of the BML 11:17 Mon Jan 13
Re: Messiah - Great series. What do we think?
Someone said to me the other day its one of the best things they have seen! is it that good?

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