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Lots and lots of 4k content. 

 

 

 

I was having an issue of my screen glitching on the new computer, so I have been in diagnostic mode for the last 24 hours (almost straight). I am kind of sick of fly over videos now, and that was one of the main reasons that I bought this computer in the first place. Anyway, after many updates and many forums, I may have fixed the primary issue. But the only way to tell is more 4k. Happy new year to me.  Good thing that some of these are like 11 hours long so I can let them play and then check the event log for errors. 

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Looked like he was coming after the cameraperson for a moment.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CmK7FDqJbvk/

Of course added to my follow list... 'at least for now'. 

And 'Just kidding' above. After making the last setting modifications, I have had not issues, glitches or errors on the Alienware. Event Viewer (for Windows people) is clear of the errors that were causing the issue after long 4k testing. There are a few very minor things that I would like to still fix, but I am now very happy with the machine, and the pretty screen.

 

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The Scooby-Doo Movies: Wednesday is Missing

A slice of nostalgia from 1972 – I thought it was interesting considering the recent releases of the new Velma series and Wednesday:

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7tn6a8

* This episode is not available on home video in the U.S. due to rights issues with the Addams Family.

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And... the first Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? episode, What A Night for a Knight, first aired September 13, 1969:

https://www.topcartoons.tv/cartoon/what-a-night-for-a-knight-1/

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