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Sundays Into SON-days! ShareTheLoad Movement | Folding Game

“Happy Mother’s day, Mom” I wished my mother with a hug and a gift. This is a very special day in every one of our life and also a chance to show how much we love our mother. I personally believe, we don’t need a mother day to express our love.   My mother was extremely busy in preparing dosa as well as cooking curry. By the time dosa was getting ready she rushed to bathroom to take out the laundry and put them in washing machine. She quickly took over the cloths that were dried out and w...
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New Release Review (DVD/VOD) - SILENCIO

In Mexico's 'Zone of Silence', a scientist discovers a stone that can enable time travel. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Watch the Game of Thrones Series Finale Trailer

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Watch the Game of Thrones series finale trailer! Following tonight’s episode of the series, HBO has released the first promo for the Game of Thrones series finale! Featuring brand new footage from the last episode of the Emmy award winning series, check out the Game of Thrones series finale trailer in the player below and look for the final episode to air on Sunday, May 19 on HBO. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
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NBC Perfect Harmony – New Fall Comedy – MUST READ

NBC Perfect Harmony – New Fall Comedy – MUST READ | Written By: Lee Coming this fall on NBC Bradley Whitford, Anna Camp and Spencer Allport will star in the new musical comedy Perfect Harmony. Oh wait, what was that, did I say Spencer Allport? Sure did, my own son Spencer Allport has been cast as a series regular alongside an absolutely stellar cast on an NBC show. What a wild ride it has been. Late last year we decided as a family that we would make the move out to Hollywood to follow Spen...
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Wonders of China

Wonders of China from Lytchee on Vimeo.With thanks to O. K. Keyes [Author: The Film Doctor ]
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The Texan #13 - Matt Baker art & cover

Matt Baker The Texan v1 #13, 1951 - Matt Baker's cover puts emphasis on the foreground indians, but makes scant room for the wagon train in the distance. Baker would also illustrate four interior stories. The best among them is "Abeline, City of Sin", starting with its superb opening splash. The frontier settings and ornately dressed citizens are typical of his fine draftsmanship. This is [Author: Ted F]
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Monster Hunter: World Trial Version Available on PS4

Capcom has published a trial version of Monster Hunter: World for the PlayStation 4 and it is available to play for free for a limited time. A short overview of the trial version from the title’s PlayStation Store page: This is a demo of Monster Hunter: World where you can play the first part of […]
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Batman Dark Knight Returns Issue 1, Kayfabe Commentary

No deep dive of this legendary comic exists online from a cartoonist's perspective, let alone 3 cartoonists! The boys, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, and Tom Scioli unpack the Frank Miller 1986 Batman classic over the course of 4 jam-packed episodes, one chapter at a time! For more videos and deep dives like this make sure to subscribe to the Cartoonist Kayfabe YouTube channel 
Tags: Post, Comics, Video, News, Batman, Graphic Novel, Frank Miller, Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Tom Scioli, Lynn Varley, Klaus Janson, Dark Knight Returns, Cartoonist Kayfabe, Cartoonist Kayfabe YouTube, Ed Piskor Jim Rugg


Blu-Ray Review - THE NIGHT OF THE GENERALS (1967)

A Nazi general is suspected of being the culprit behind the murders of prostitutes. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Apex Legends Will Now Ban Piggy-Backing Teammates

The ban-happy Respawn Entertainment is entering another phase of curbing player numbers by introducing even more bans, this time for “piggy-backing” players. The official Apex Legends subreddit had a recent developer post detailing all the new features and improvements coming to the game in the near future, which also included another new way to get […]
Tags: Games, Cheating, FPS, Anime, Bans, Respawn Entertainment, Online Gaming, Apex Legends


Review: The Professor

— by RON WILKINSON — All persons achieving great success have their moment of doubt. Johnny Depp’s professor, Richard, is having his, it seems, every day. Unfortunately, his persona is both the high point and low point of this movie. A frustrated, underpaid and, in his own eyes, underappreciated (what teacher is not?) English teacher, […]
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First Contact

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UK radio stations unite for Mental Health Minute 2019

Hundreds of radio stations across the UK are coming together with a special one minute message on mental health, led by HRH The Duke of Cambridge. #MentalHealthMinute returns for a second year with Katy Perry, Stephen Fry, Jameela Jamil and Alesha Dixon supporting the initiative, which will be on-air at 10.59am today. BBC local radio stations are also joining in this year, paying the audio to emphasise the importance of talking about mental health, how listening cannot be underestimated and ...
Tags: UK, Top, Bbc, Industry, Radio, Cambridge, Lady Gaga, Duke, Dame Judi Dench, Duke Of Cambridge, TBI, Sussex, Alerts, David Harewood, Alesha Dixon, Radiocentre


About Edward Lear’s Last Lines (Limerick)

Happy birthday Edward Lear and happy Limerick Day! But about those redundant Lear last lines: This limerick lacks a good ending. And please note that I’m sure not defending Any Lear final line. (Are they dull by design?) This limerick lacks a good ending.
Tags: Humor, Limerick, Lear, Edward Lear, Limericks, Odd Holidays, Writing & Publishing Humor, May Holidays, Limerick Writing Humor, National Limerick Day


Best new shows and movies to stream: Burning, Border, Tuca and Bertie, and more

Need something to watch this weekend? Check out our list of the best new shows and movies to stream right now. On the list this week: Brilliant Korean drama Burning, Tuca and Bertie season 1, and more. The post Best new shows and movies to stream: Burning, Border, Tuca and Bertie, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Home Theater, Streaming, Bertie, Tuca, Movies & TV


Nakahara Arisa Illustration Works Art Book Review

Yuunarebahana ( ゆうなれば花 ) is the first art book by Japanese illustrator Nakahara Arisa. I first featured her art work in my review for the art book Bijinga Zukushi. An Okinawan native who graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Nakahara Arisa specializes in illustrations created by way of Nihonga; traditional Japanese painting techniques, just like the artist of One Hundred Nights Of Bliss Ikenaga Yasunari. Her drawings are a dazzling and colorful blend of Bijinga and elaborate flower mot...
Tags: Amazon, Anime, Amazon UK, Nihonga, Bijinga, Nakahara Arisa, Nakahara Arisa Illustration Works Art Book Review, Tokyo University of the Arts Nakahara Arisa, Ikenaga Yasunari Nakahara Arisa, Nakahara Arisa Illustration


Giant Manga Mural Graces Shibuya Station

Japanese manga publisher Kodansha and Shueisha have collaborated to impress train commuters with a huge school-themed manga mural starring some of the most popular characters from their published magazines. The massive 30-meter long art mural found at Shibuya Subway Station features some of the most well-recognized manga characters from Weekly Shonen Jump and Weekly Shonen […]
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Well Damn: Steve Harvey Just Got Replaced by Another White Woman on TV

In yet another L for Steve Harvey this week, the man with many jobs has lost yet another paycheck and is being replaced by another white woman on television.According to People, Melissa McCarthy will be taking over as host of NBC’s “Little Big Shots” when it returns this year, replacing Steve Harvey, who has hosted the show for the past seasons.“Melissa’s just an incredible performer and incredible comedian,” NBC’s co-chairman of entertainment Paul Telegdy said in a statement, adding that the mo...
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Hotstar, Disney’s Indian streaming service, sets new global record for live viewership

India’s video streaming giant Hotstar, owned by Disney, today set a new global benchmark for the number of people an OTT service can draw to a live event. Some 18.6 million users simultaneously tuned into Hotstar’s website and app to watch the deciding game of the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket tournament. The streaming giant, which competes with Netflix and Amazon in India, broke its own “global best” 10.3 million concurrent views milestone that it had set last year....
Tags: Amazon, Mobile, Facebook, Asia, UK, Media, Entertainment, India, Disney, Sports, Tech, Earth, Fox, Netflix, Canada, Cricket


Mysterious Heroine X Crosses Over to Sekiro Thanks to Mods

Crafty PC modders have once again stretched their creative muscles and decided to introduce Mysterious Heroine X of the Fate franchise to FromSoftware’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The Nexus Forums modder “Asasasasasbc” created the model swap for the game’s protagonist Sekiro, replacing him with Mysterious Heroine X and his weapons with prominent ones known from […]
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Are Limericks Good For Your Health?

A lim’rick a day keeps away The doctor — at least, so they say. Well okay, I’ll concede I invented that lede, But it sure beats that “apple” cliché!
Tags: Health, Humor, Cliches, Limericks, Health & Medical Humor, Health Verse, Advice Humor & Poems, Medical Humor, Aphorisms, Cliché Day, Clichés Humor, Doctor Humor, Doctor Limericks, Health Limericks, Limerick Humor, Medical Limericks


NBA Youngboy & Crew Shot at Outside Trump Hotel in Miami, One Person Killed

NBA Youngboy and his crew were reportedly involved in a shooting in Miami on Mother’s Day that resulted in at least one injury and one fatality.Details are unclear at the moment, but online reports state that someone opened fire on NBA Youngboy and his crew outside the Trump Hotel in Sunny Isles, Florida (near Miami).According to some witnesses on the scene, Youngboy was targeted in a drive-by shooting, while others state that the shots were fired during a road rage altercation.Video of the afte...
Tags: Florida, Celebs, Shooting, Guns, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Miami, Gun Violence, Trump hotel, Rolling Loud, NBA YoungBoy, Youngboy, Sunny Isles Florida, Outside Trump Hotel, Kay Marie


‘Too Old to Die Young’ Clip: Miles Teller Wants to Kill Some Bad People

Nicolas Winding Refn‘s Netflix series Too Old to Die Young is going to be big on style – that’s a given with most Refn titles. One thing it apparently won’t be big on, though, is talking. A new Too Old to Die Young clip is here, and while it runs for nearly two minutes, there’s a whole lot of awkward silence and long pauses. That’s not a flaw – it’s a design. Refn is establishing a mood, and that mood is bleak. In the clip below, Miles Teller turns down an offer to kill some random guy, and ins...
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Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Mike Simonsen from Altos Research

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Mike Simonsen from Altos Research. He’s a longtime friend of mine from the RE.net / real estate blogosphere that I spent many a REBarCamp hanging out with. There’s few, if anyone, who knows more about real estate market trends. Without further ado… Who are you and what do you do? I’m the founder CEO of Altos Research. We do real estate data for people who care about such things. We track 100,000,000 homes around the count...
Tags: Interviews, Radio, Mike, ALTOS, Altos Research, Agents and Brokers, Mike Simonsen, Entrepreneurs Organization of San Francisco EO


‘The Mountain’ Trailer: Jeff Goldblum Wants to Give You a Lobotomy

Would you let Jeff Goldblum give you a lobotomy? The answer is probably yes – he’s so charming! But in Rick Alverson‘s surreal new film The Mountain, Goldblum’s lobotomy practices are growing increasingly controversial. The actor plays a doctor in the 1950s, working with a young photographer (Tye Sheridan) on an asylum tour. Watch The Mountain trailer below. The Mountain Trailer Well, this sure looks…odd. The Mountain comes from director Rick Alverson – the filmmaker behind The Comedy a...
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What I’ve Done at Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) 2019

The show is still going on — I’m taking a short break before my final panel (and the final panel of the show), “History Though Comic Eyes” — but I wanted to take a few minutes to capture TCAF memories so far. First, the workshop went well! I’d been wanting to do a session on how to get publicity for newer comic professionals for a while (based a good amount on my PR: What Not to Do category). I was [...]
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Nande Koko ni Sensei ga AT-X Even More Soaked

Nande Koko ni Sensei ga‘s AT-X broadcast has continued to elevate the sex appeal of the series as the newest episode shows off a greater portion of the cute teacher’s pantsu, with the hardcore squirting action bound to only have watchers desiring the BDs much more. Omake:
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Bafta television awards red carpet 2019 – in pictures

Actors pose in the sunshine as they arrive at the Royal Festival Hall on London’s Southbank Continue reading...
Tags: London, Television, Media, Celebrity, Culture, News photography, Awards and prizes, Television & radio, BAFTA, Baftas, Southbank Continue


Solid Opening for ‘Detective Pikachu’ as ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Rolls On

“Pokémon Detective Pikachu” is the first movie to really compete with “Endgame,” but it still couldn’t unseat the Disney-Marvel behemoth from No. 1.
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