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Hey cat lovers!

Was drinking Diet Dr Pepper as my go to soda since 2004. When the pandemic started, I bought a Soda Stream and surprisingly the Diet Dr Pete is close enough.

7 Spectacular Moths in Slow Motion!

Who Took The First Selfie ... REALLY?

MayTree at it again!

Pretty clever. Wish I had known about these books way back when. Would be just neat to have. But not happening with ebay prices.

Some Good News in Alzheimer's Treatments

My wife's brother had copies of Ace of Aces, I've never played it myself.

TV promo for Andor if it came out on ABC in 1975.

OG_slinger wrote:

TV promo for Andor if it came out on ABC in 1975.

Can you even imagine how different our culture would have been if Andor had been the first Star Wars media ever made? Holy sh*t man.

On, and incidentally, for anyone who might have decided they were done with Star Wars at some point in the past and isn't watching Andor, please consider giving it a watch. It is, by leaps and bounds, the best Star Wars filmed thing ever made, and if it wasn't part of the Star Wars universe it would be the prestige TV show everyone would be flipping the hell out about this year.

(No, I didn't forget to add the clause "since the original films" in the paragraph above.)

Honest Trailers | Saving Private Ryan

Honest Trailers | Pocahontas

Can you even imagine how different our culture would have been if Andor had been the first Star Wars media ever made? Holy sh*t man.

I have a feeling it would be a kind of "Rite of Spring" moment for television & movie culture. It's not something that era would've been ready for.

This video mentions the clip above and goes into more detail, plus briefly looks at the Ames Room illusion as well. Just in case anyone wanted more brain breaking visuals.

This has to be one of the best dance scenes (in a non-song and dance show/movie) since Pulp Fiction:

As a long time fan of Siouxsie and the Banshees it was fun to see her pay homage (ripoff(?)) a number of her dance moves. And the choice of the Cramps song was perfect too.

While we’re on the subject (it’s a bit spoilery for No Time to Die.)

Rykin wrote:

This has to be one of the best dance scenes (in a non-song and dance show/movie) since Pulp Fiction:

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