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Not sure if I posted this one already cuz it's been a fave of mine for years. Recently watched it with my lady which reminded me to post it here. It's fluff but entertaining fluff

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKIB7ZX83dc

Cool, will check this out.

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Once or twice a week I'll eat meals in the wrong order. Supper for breakfast, lunch for lunch, breakfast for dinner. And maybe once every month or two I'll have desert for breakfast.

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Not sure if I posted this one already cuz it's been a fave of mine for years. Recently watched it with my lady which reminded me to post it here. It's fluff but entertaining fluff

 

Cool, will check this out.

 

 

Looks promising, but there's french slathered all over it.

Once or twice a week I'll eat meals in the wrong order. Supper for breakfast, lunch for lunch, breakfast for dinner. And maybe once every month or two I'll have desert for breakfast.

 

I'd watch this documentary.

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Favorite science documentaries are the ones with Brian Cox. Wonders of the Universe, Wonders of the Solar System.

In relation to that Neverland documentary, there's another really good one on netflix called 'Abducted in plain sight' which focuses on the "grooming process" from perspective of a neighboorhood instead of from a famous musician. It's ridiculous how much the guy got away with. He played everyone like puppets and basically got to live to old age before getting caught.
 

 


Once or twice a week I'll eat meals in the wrong order. Supper for breakfast, lunch for lunch, breakfast for dinner. And maybe once every month or two I'll have desert for breakfast.

 

I'd watch this documentary.

 

FLOL I thought I was posting in the 'post something controversial about you' thread or whatever. This is better though. I've started working on the documentary. Slated for release in 2020. If you think you've seen someone hit rock bottom, think again.

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Watching Free Solo. I’m having such a hard fucking time looking. I feel like throwing up.

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That documentary about climbing Everest put me off hiking forever. The stories about the various corpses up there make my blood run cold. No pun intended. https://youtu.be/mDmSwz9yU48

 

Also though my favourite documentary which my friend introduced me to, is Paris is Burning

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Yeah, I loved that Dead doc on Prime

 

This is one of my favorite little docs. 

 

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Life In A Day is a historic film capturing for future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July, 2010.

 

 

I watched this last night and it was very good.

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^ yeah I saw that in the cinema when it came out. Love it. Watch it at least once a year.

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He's a regular Genghis Khan.

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Jonathan Meades is usually good fun, insightful & wry.

This piece on the Severn river plot-lands & their surreal houses/architecture doesn't sound too provocative, but it's pitch perfect:

 

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damn, love that Philip Glass vid. His musicians worked for a living for sure

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On 6/15/2019 at 3:01 PM, cwmbrancity said:

Jonathan Meades is usually good fun, insightful & wry.

This piece on the Severn river plot-lands & their surreal houses/architecture doesn't sound too provocative, but it's pitch perfect:

 

Thanks for this. Not seen it before. I know people who still live in some those little huts/shacks/homesteads along the Severn starting at about 5min in. That place is Northwood Lane in Bewdley. The lane leads up to Trimpley reservoir. It’s a strange and magic place on the edge of the Wyre Forest. The caves at the start are in Kinver. 

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Documentary on Pran Nath, singer of Kirana gharana.

 

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Three Identical Strangers - I liked it. It was way sadder than I thought it would be, but I liked it.

The Life and Art of Szukalski (Netflix) - REALLY liked it. Amazing character.

Free Solo - Jesus fucking Christ, my palms were so sweaty after watchin this.

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Just watched Dark Days for the second time. Such a good documentary. It's dark and grungy but just so interesting and impact full, hopeful.

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Some away days never change, even if the haircuts have:

 

 

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On 7/10/2019 at 1:30 AM, Squee said:

Three Identical Strangers - I liked it. It was way sadder than I thought it would be, but I liked it.

The Life and Art of Szukalski (Netflix) - REALLY liked it. Amazing character.

Free Solo - Jesus fucking Christ, my palms were so sweaty after watchin this.

I also really enjoyed it. One interesting thing is how vulnerable people are to fascism and how easily people want to categorize each other. Being brilliant doesn't make you immune to having your rationality distorted.

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