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royal trux-platinum tips + ice cream - it's pretty funny guys (if you're prone to being amused by them)
yaz-upstairs at eric's - oh why not
black box-dreamland - @orbit scored a sealed copy for me. solid italio house, one big cheese ball sax dud slightly mars the experience.
ed sheeren no
need to sample some more of the half year quietus best so far round up .
digging the new gnod and temple ov bbv. havent bought much else new besides uniform and moonlandingz, both of which i haven't really revisited much since i first got 'em...
@September11th Can you really complain about a movie injecting a love storyline when every movie ever made has one? Isn't that like criticizing a movie for the use of cameras? Of course Amy Adams' character is going to end up loving a handsome man. Or is it just the way they went about it?
yeah I know. and I didn't hate it or anything, but I held out hope for a minute that it would transcend cliche. my bad!
@junea Even if it means sacrificing a child's life for it..... well, at least the movie is sort of meta physically pro choice
but baby despite it all, even if he will leave. oh yarsh. inuition, ain't it a bitch?
also what irked me about arrival: it was setting itself up to be really deeply feminist but then fell back on lame romantic movie cliche.
went to john wick 2 at the riverview last night. ridiculously gruesome fun even if parts of the action felt too video game-y (in terms of sequencing not cgi visuals). so many outdated cell phones tho.
as far as any algorithm goes...probably best to view not as a puzzle to be solved but just as a puzzle. some symbols will be hilariously obvious (heck, lynch's hard of hearing character might YELL THEM AT YOU), others may make some form of intuitive sense even if never neatly tied up with an expositional bow.
the render farm thing brings to mind watching a mystery movie with my mom. she loves to smugly say "I KNEW IT" two seconds after the killer is revealed, as if flattering her own sleuthing skills takes priority over the craft of the whole thing she's watching.