Do You Like Documentaries? What Genre?

Personally, I love Ancient History. Rome, Greece, Egypt.

If you are interesting in engineering and/or architectural feats I recommend Engineering An Empire as a must watch series.

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13% Ancient History 13% American History 13% The Universe 6% Animal Kingdom 0% True Crime 19% Other Interesting Topic 0% What's a Documentary? 38% Other
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@2682291

I haven't watch a music doc in a long time. Are you interested in past musicians/bands or modern/current? ~)

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@2682319

Thanks Tiffanee. ~)

I like to hear any new theories or developments of the old ones.

Will_Janitors avatar Will_Janitor The Universe +5Reply
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@2682296

Animal mating habits....hmmmmm

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@2682335

Oh yeah...just as I suspected! hehe smilie
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@2682296

I knew animals had something to do with both the mob and Hitler.

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@2682306

If it's a documentary about my death, then no. I don't want to know stuff beforehand, not at that level.

I'm an UFO Jack-in-the-box, but most of the stuff I come across come through other than public channels. Nature, sure, I like cheetahs way better than those stupid gaselles. They get what they deserve. I'm a baboon myself, so... Docs about old computers, development of AI and historical figures, such as Alan Turing are always nice. I have watched pretty much every single thing there is about the Universe/Multiverse, but still understand about a percent of what I've seen. Which is still more than an average baboon, I guess.

@ZonkeyBalls I'm an UFO Jack-in-the-box, but most of the stuff I come across come through other than public channels. Nature...

I watched a documentary regarding multiverse the other night. I have to admit it I thought it was a little out there (pardon the pun). But interesting nonetheless.

@Dar I watched a documentary regarding multiverse the other night. I have to admit it I thought it was a little out...

Never ask a former military intelligence officer, what he likes to see... At least, when it's someone as insane as I am.

@Dar I would deduce you have an inside track and that could be very interesting.

Inside track, but no sense of direction. I usually end up in the water jump pool.

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@2682302

Hey Rooster! ~) I was wondering about that PBS doc on Vietnam. So thank you for your critique. I will watch it.

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@2682333

I understand. Thanks Rooster. ~)

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I love David Attenborough documentaries (nature / wildlife), been watching a lot of his stuff on this website http://documentaryvine.com/

That site also has a lot of Louis Theroux stuff, which I like in small doses (his naive shtick grates after a while).

I also like watching documentaries about drug addiction.

I'm actually a fan of all flavors of documentaries. As long as the political agendas are left out.

Budwicks avatar Budwick American History 0Reply
@Budwick I'm actually a fan of all flavors of documentaries. As long as the political agendas are left out.

A documentary connoisseur! And I agree, political agendas seemed to be creeping into even the most innocuous things these days.

I can always count on enjoying this genre.

Blueboi1981s avatar Blueboi1981 Ancient History 0Reply

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities is great. And thank you for the link!

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Just about any type of documentary. As long as they have actual facts; rather than conspiracy theories, opinions, preconceived notions, etc.

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