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  1. Been watching all of Drunk History from the beginning. Pretty much the best thing to watch at the end of the day.
  2. Oh yeah! Jonathan Majors from Last Black Man in San Francisco is in that. He’s brilliant. Can’t wait.
  3. First, thank you! I can't even imagine. Second, definitely write the book. If anything, it may be therapeutic to get the thoughts out of your head. Maybe give yourself a break first, tho. You earned it.
  4. I feel like I was somewhere in between the both of you. I just thought it was basically Annihilation (a much better movie) but in one house with a family. A bit "eh". On a related note, I recently watched the "Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau" documentary (I think on amazon prime?) . It turns out that the original director of The Island of Dr. Moreau, Richard Stanley, directed Color Out Of Space. Apparently, it's his first feature film since the whole Moreau catastrophe. The doc is really entertaining, btw. That production was a complete shit show. It definitely makes you feel bad for Stanley but you also can see how he could have handle it better.
  5. You'd like to think so. https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/01/us/tulsa-race-massacre-1921-99th-anniversary-trnd/index.html
  6. Seriously. I always felt for Andrew Cuomo having to walk a fine line of critical, thankful, frustrated and not-too-offensive over the whole covid situation. He needed ventilators he didn’t have and trump was basically holding them hostage so that governors who needed them the most had to play a game of “say the wrong thing and you don’t get our help”. I couldn’t do it.
  7. Looks like Paul Nicholson just did a Reddit AMA today... Some fun anecdotes in there. He talks about hanging out with Richard when he recorded (I believe) this track...
  8. Wouldn’t it be great if the secret service was all “hey mr president. We gotta get you down to ‘the bunker’ to keep you safe from protesters” and then when they got him down there they locked the door and it was full of alligators?
  9. Ah. My bad. I’ve actually never touched those things before, so I had no idea it was on me.... but... “dummy”?
  10. I'm not 100% sure if this is new (but I'm pretty sure it is).... but when you go to https://forum.watmm.com/ on mobile (using safari mobile view on an iphone), the first two pages are pinned topics from various threads BEFORE you get to see any of the "Recently Updated" content. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure there used to be recently updated content on top, just like when you view on a desktop browser. Could this potentially have changed during the recent WATMM blackout?
  11. IT'S STILL ON despite that there are currently tornados 20 miles away... actually that was an hour ago, when I wrote this post... I guess I didn't hit "Submit Reply" https://www.spacex.com/launches/ My guess is (just like with Covid) nobody wants to disappoint king donald so they're willing at lowering safety standards.
  12. At least they had a tiny clip of Bill Hicks... though I feel likt they could have had more.
  13. The movie was entertaining, but I feel like it suffered from trying a little too hard to be a goofy cult movie or something. I guess the reason it bugged me a bit was because the documentary is simultaneously arguing the importance of psychedelic research and normalizing the psychedelic experience... while also leaning pretty hard into "Man! I was tripping sooo hard that all this crazy shit happened!" stories. It sort of undermines its own argument.I appreciate that it tries to augment the overall conversation around psychedelics but just wish it didn't make everyone who drops acid look like a moron. It's a tricky subject to represent accurately/respectfully. I guess a lot of people that drop acid are indeed morons, so there's that. The content of the interviews was really good, though. That story with Sting and the baby cow was pretty amazing.
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