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  1. TurningMonster

    Jared Leto Joker Film. Really.

    He was good in Dallas Buyers Club from what I recall.
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    Harvey Weinstein and other Hollywood predators

    http://mosesfarrow.blogspot.com/2018/05/a-son-speaks-out-by-moses-farrow.html?m=1
  3. Jumping arrowman, the movie.
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    Photography Equipment & Software Thread

    That's pretty much how it's designed to be used, catalog on your fastest drive, pictures on your biggest drive. A key thing to remember is if you want to reorganize any of the cataloged photos, be it moving them, renaming, etc, you do it from within Lightroom, else you quickly run in to problems. Another feature which you may or may not find useful is to turn on smart previews when you import. That basically will create an additional small jpeg on your local drive of each picture, meaning even when your photos drive isn't plugged in, you can still browse your pictures and do basic editing. Of course if you're drive with the photos is always plugged in, then it's a bit redundant.
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    Why do people DESPISE The Big Bang Theory

    Don’t care for BBT, but I’m enjoying Young Sheldon, it’s a really sweet show.
  6. A script that doesn't suck balls might be a start. So much wasted potential after Casino Royal.
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    Crackdown

    I got stuck on 499, I even followed a picture guide for every single orb, took me god knows how many hours to work through and after that I was still missing one.
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    Oscar Nominations for 2017

    He would have been nailed on favorite to take home the jet-ski had he won.
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    The Rllmuk Photography Thread

    @Loik V credern There’s a few great shots there, but they are get lost in the post dump. Also, check out Rinzi Ruiz’s street work, I think you might dig it.
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    The Rllmuk Photography Thread

    The second shot could benefit from cropping the small slither of sky and the footpath at the bottom in my opinion. Maybe look at tweaking the horizon line after that. IMO, obviously.
  11. Just got back from seeing this, I wasn't familiar with the book it's based on and had only seen the one trailer, but having loved Ex Machina, I was really looking forward to seeing this. I will be interested to hear what other people think, for me, it felt a little slight and underdeveloped, particularly as the central premis is very intriguing. There's also a couple of occasions where the motivation for some of the characters is a little questionable, to say the least. Overall, good, not great, with the caveat it might be one of those movies that the longer it sits with you, the better it gets.
  12. Couldn't see a topic for this. The first season with O.J. Simpson, is to my mind, some of the best TV I've ever seen, the new season is currently four episodes in and while it's not gripping me in quite the same way, it's still very good. The actor (some dude from Glee, apparently) playing Andrew Cunanan is creepy as hell, Versace is played by Edgar Ramirez, with Ricky Martin as his lover, (yes, really) and Penelope Cruz as his sister, Donatella. There's some great music and beautiful sets which I'm kinda curious how much they had to recreate to make the show. Anyone else watching?
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    Vegetarian / Vegan recipes

    Minimalist Baker (website, not a book), is pretty reliable. I've cooked the ramen recipe a few times and have been pleased with the result. Depending how much you enjoy cooking, this guy has some really tasty looking recipes, most of which can be found on his YouTube channel. He also has a book that just came out. If you like Indian food and don't mind sourcing some spices, check out Vegan Richa. Also you can't do a vegan cookbook list without mentioning Thug Kitchen, just don't let your kids read it.
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    NFL 2017

    Here we go boys!
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