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USPS Shipping Notice

As we are about the break for the long holiday weekend, I wanted to post a notation regarding the situation with USPS. As of today there are reports of millions of parcels that are being delayed due to both overwhelming capacity shortages, and workforce losses due to the pandemic. Yesterday the USPS reported that nearly 20,000 postal workers are currently out due to COVID. This has created a historic backlog at USPS facilities around the country. We can't even get Priority Mail parcels ac...
Tags: Usps, Anime, Robert, Holiday Hours, Store Stuff, USPS Shipping Notice


TMW’s 50 Best Movies of 2020

Fire up your to watch lists, we've got some gems for you! Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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These Holiday Movies Must Be Made

It’s time to stop making shitty holiday movies and start making these not shitty ones Every holiday movie now is about a horny prince who travels to America and falls in love with a clumsy New York barista, and we’re sick of it. So here are a few ideas for good Christmas movies that Hollywood should make instead: A Christmas Penis When a baker is having trouble getting his wife pregnant, the spirit of the season fills his pants and turns his penis into Santa Cla...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, America, Humor, Santa, Bar Mitzvah, Julie Greiner, Gilbert Gottfried, Grace ThomasJulie GreinerTamara YajiaFunny Or Die, Grace ThomasJulie GreinerTamara YajiaFunny, Santa Penis Krandolph, Malcolm Madwell, Santa 's Bar Mitzvah Santa, Saul Kringlestein, Julie Greiner Grace Thomas Tamara Yajia, Julie Greiner Grace Thomas


Herblock and fine art

Herb Block and Picasso?: One Cartoonist Connects with the Fine Art World Martha H. Kennedy Library of Congress Picture This Blog December 23, 2020   https://blogs.loc.gov/picturethis/2020/12/herb-block-and-picasso-one-cartoonist-connects-with-the-fine-art-world/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Picasso, Mike Rhode, Herblock, Herb Block


Thomas Nast's Santa

A Visit from Santa…Who You Might Not Recognize by Neely Tucker Library of Congress Blog December 23, 2020 https://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2020/12/a-visit-from-santa-who-you-might-not-recognize/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Santa, Thomas Nast, Mike Rhode, Neely Tucker Library of Congress


Re:Zero PV Recaps Season 2 in Anticipation of Its Continuation

Worshiped isekai series Re:Zero has more devious twists and turns coming in the second part of its second season as a PV summarizes the events of its first part, sure to be helpful for fans watching several other shows whilst waiting for the aforementioned second part. The PV which deftly recaps the tumultuous events Subaru […]
Tags: Drama, Trailer, Fantasy, Anime, White Fox, Continuations, Re:Zero, Isekai


Best Of The Web Nominees Vol. 5

Vote for the best video submitted by the community! We receive tons of submissions every day from the community of comedy creators across the world. We review as many as we can, and are very excited to start featuring some of our favorites as Best Of The Web Nominees for YOU, the audience (hi), to vote on. The winner will be crowned as a Best Of The Web Audience Pick (we’re extremely creative) and will receive lifelong glory, validation, immortality, fame, etc. etc. etc. But we ...
Tags: Humor, Santa Claus, Santa, Sam, David Fincher, Rancho Cucamonga California, Instagram Twitter YouTube, Jonathon Pawlowski, Todd Herman, Best Of The WebFunny Or Die, Natalie Metcalfe, Danny Nash, Karen Doll Karen, Kara O'Connor, Tomas Budin, Rob Vornkahl


Questionable Amusement

based on true events
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Mystery Box of Misery Volume 2: Squandered Potential

They're the Part 2 of 3 you receive when both bookends are out of print. They’re the discs marked down to $1 during clearance and holiday sales. They're fodder for Ani-Gamers’ Mystery Box of Misery column, which will appear monthly with three short, context-free reviews of as many blind-box items. Want to join in on the fun? Ani-Gamers Patreon supporters vote via poll to determine who reviews which title. Join us! New Getter Robo Volume 1 I’m not going to lie, I was pretty excited to se...
Tags: Anime, Blu, Gregory, Maki, Ani Gamers, Yuka, Ryoma, Hayato, Patrick Sutton, Benkei, Getter Robo, Ani Gamers Patreon, Burn Up, Gregory Horror Show, New Getter Robo, New Getter Robo Volume


Dokiyuri’s Girls Guzzle Down Gigantic Messy Loads

Dokiyuri has a very specific set of fetishes that they constantly implement into their artwork as they usually illustrate girls being fired at with an unbelievable amount of sexual fluids, the soaked beauties then either lapping up said ejections or enjoying it with food. The rather graphic nature of Dokiyuri’s images might prove nauseating to […]
Tags: Food, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Tan, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Megane, Bukkake, Dokiyuri


‘Sator’ Trailer: There’s Something Insidious Lurking in the Woods

If there’s one thing the movies have taught us it’s that going into the woods is a bad idea. Sator is the latest film that details all of the scary stuff that can happen if you dare venture into the wilderness, telling the story of a man named Adam stalking around in the forest looking for answers. Those answers might lead to a potentially supernatural being named Sator (not to be confused with Kenneth Branagh’s character from Tenet). And as it turns out, Sator has been playing a part in Adam’s...
Tags: Movies, Horror, America, Graham, Movie Trailers, Kenneth Branagh, Adam, Buring, Sator, Matt Donato, Jordan Graham Sator


How to watch the NBA without a cable subscription

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. LeBron James and Anthony Davis won the NBA Finals in their first season as teammates on the Los Angeles Lakers. Ashley Landis/Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports The 2020-21 NBA season tipped off on December 22, less than 75 days after the conclusion of last year's NBA Finals.Team schedules are shortened from 82 to 72 games for the regular season, and the league's calendar is condensed.Regular season games ...
Tags: Reviews, Entertainment, Abc, Sports, Trends, Basketball, Nba, Streaming, Philadelphia, Espn, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, NBA TV, TNT, Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Lakers


New Sling TV subscribers can now receive $10 of their first month - here's how to sign up

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Sling TV is one of the most affordable live TV streaming services on the market.For a limited time, new members can get a $10 discount on their first month of service.If you prepay for two month of service at the normal cost, Sling will throw in a free TiVo Stream 4K ($49.99 retail value).Read more: A full breakdown of what channels you get with every Sling TV package...
Tags: Reviews, Deals, Entertainment, Trends, Tech, Streaming, Offers, Tivo, Sling TV, Streaming Service, Affordable, Steven Cohen, Tech Insider, TiVo Stream 4K, IP Graphics, Product Card


Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ Prequel Movie Has Already Wrapped Filming

Zack Snyder‘s zombie heist film Army of the Dead is set to debut on Netflix sometime in 2021, but before a trailer has even been released for that project, production has already wrapped on an Army of the Dead prequel movie. Snyder recently shared a set photo featuring the cast of the prequel film, and you can see it below. That’s a wrap on Army of the Dead: The Prequel. Thanks to all the cast & crew and Netflix #armyofthedead #aotd pic.twitter.com/GvwAKVyjse — Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) Dece...
Tags: Images, Movies, Horror, Germany, Netflix, United States, ` Army, Las Vegas, George Romero, Snyder, Zack-Snyder, Action/Adventure, Matthias Schweighofer, Prequel, Army-of-the-Dead, Snyder Cut of Justice League


Warner Bros. Announces Furiosa Release Date & More!

Warner Bros. Announces Furiosa Release Date & More! Warner Bros. Pictures announced today the release dates for three upcoming theatrical titles: Furiosa, Coyote vs. Acme and The Color Purple musical feature. Each film is scheduled to hit theaters worldwide in 2023. The announcement was made today by Toby Emmerich, Chairman, Warner Bros. Pictures Group. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRe...
Tags: Movies, Oscar, Chris Hemsworth, Warner Bros, Oprah Winfrey, Alice Walker, James Gunn, New Yorker, Steven Spielberg, Furiosa, Quincy Jones, George Miller, Warner Bros Pictures, Dave Green, Scott Sanders, Marcus Gardley


The best Hallmark Christmas movies

The best Hallmark Christmas movies include the classic heartwarming romances, plus a few with a more unique twist.
Tags: Entertainment, Trends, Home Theater, What To Watch, Christmas Movies, Best Christmas Movies, Movies & TV


The 10 best cars and bikes in Cyberpunk 2077

Ride in style with the 10 best cars and bikes in Cyberpunk 2077. Some will be earned for free through missions. Others will cost some serious Eurodollars.
Tags: Gaming, Cars, Trends, Cyberpunk, How-to, Playstation, Xbox, Cyberpunk 2077


Ghost of Tsushima Labeled Famitsu’s Most Addicting Title of 2020

Sure to rattle the brains of The Last of Us II’s deplorable fanatics, gaming magazine Famitsu unveiled the top five games of 2020 believed to be the most addicting, awarding a certain authentic Western-developed title that upset many sensitive journalists first place. The five games were selected by a total of 132 game creators as […]
Tags: Games, Awards, Rankings, Anime, Final Fantasy Vii, Famitsu, Animal Crossing, Ghost of Tsushima, Fall Guys, Tsushima Labeled Famitsu


‘The Survivalist’ is a Pandemic Thriller Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers and John Malkovich

I don’t know about you, but I’m already tired of the concept of a “pandemic thriller.” Sure, pandemic thrillers aren’t exactly new things, but in the wake of the nightmare year that was 2020, they’re definitely getting very old. I’m well aware that art reflects life and all that jazz, but seriously – is anyone in the mood for a “pandemic thriller” anytime soon? Hell, the pandemic we’re all dealing with isn’t even over yet, and won’t be for at least a few months – if not more. Despite, or perhap...
Tags: Movies, Michael Bay, Fbi, Thriller, John-Malkovich, Clive Owen, The Survivalist, Bill Green, Jonathan-Rhys-Meyers, Malkovich, Matthew Rogers, Jordan Yale Levine, Jon Keeyes, John Malkovich Yale Productions, Ben Rhys Meyers, Aaron Malkovich


Cherk Is Gonna Win an Emmy or an Oscar or Something for Apple TV+, for Sure

Apple TV+ had a rough launch over the course of the past year, perhaps in part because of repeated meddling by Apple execs in creative decisions. It’s starting to turn the ship around with a stronger slate of programming and is hoping to win an award or two over the next few months.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Technology, Movies, Film, Apple TV, Streaming, Variety, Cherk


How Sony is Benefitting from the Warner Bros. HBO Max Deal

Warner Bros. made history – and a lot of people angry – when they announced they planned to release their upcoming 2021 theatrical slate directly to HBO Max. While the idea is appealing to those who want to view big new movies from the safety of their own home, cinephiles worry that this might signal the death of the theatrical experience. On top of that, creatives – filmmakers, actors, and beyond – are feeling betrayed and annoyed. Having these titles available to stream could impact box offic...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Canada, Sony, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Cnbc, Legendary Pictures, WB, Vinciquerra, Warners, Business and Industry News, Tony Vinciquerra, HBO Max


Holly Jolly: Celebrating Christmas Past in Pop Culture

Review by KC Carlson Holly Jolly: Celebrating Christmas Past in Pop Culture is a really fun book, especially since it’s designed very well, with lots of great (and possibly long-forgotten) graphics starring such Festive Folks as Babar the Elephant, Gumby and Pokey, Santa Claus (and his helper, Batman. Wha…?), Frank Sinatra, a whole gaggle of Scrooges, I Love Lucy, Linus and Charlie Brown (of course), and what seems like hundreds of other touchstone holiday characters. It’s written by Mark Voger,...
Tags: Comics, Frank Sinatra, Charlie Brown, Holly Jolly, Babar, Other Prose, Lucy Linus, KC Carlson Holly Jolly, Pokey Santa Claus, Mark Voger


Oppai Pianist Pan Piano Cosplays as Gawr Gura

Pan Piano, a diligent female pianist who realized the power of her oppai, has now dressed herself in the outfit of the adorable virtual YouTuber Gawr Gura whilst jamming out, perhaps missing the opportunity to expose her cleavage for additional praise. Aside from taking on the role of the sweet Gura, Pan Piano can be […]
Tags: Music, Japan, Anime, Cosplay, Otaku, Video Gallery, Virtual YouTubers, Hololive, Gawr Gura, Oppai Pianist Pan Piano Cosplays, YouTuber Gawr Gura


CS Interview: Roberto Benigni on the New Reimagining of Pinocchio

CS Interview: Roberto Benigni On Matteo Garrone’s Reimagining of Pinocchio ComingSoon.net had the opportunity to speak with Oscar winner Robert Benigni (Life Is Beautiful) about his role as Geppetto in Matteo Garrone’s English-language visionary reimagining of the treasured family classic Pinocchio, debuting on Christmas Day in a limited theatrical release from Roadside Attractions. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB...
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Taika Waititi’s ‘Reservation Dogs’ Comedy Heads to Series at FX

Though he may be a filmmaker fit for the gods (of love and thunder), Taika Waititi still found the time to develop yet another series for FX. The Thor: Ragnarok director, whose TV series version of the hysterical FX comedy What We Do in the Shadows is heading into a third season, is one of the minds behind the half-hour comedy Reservation Dogs, which has already been handed a series order by FX. Variety reports that Waititi is teaming up with Native American writer and director Sterlin Harjo ...
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Wonder Woman 1984 Review – Comic Disdain Comes Full Circle

The drumbeat of Wonder Woman 1984 is how our greed takes hold of us, and it has no shortage of spins on the topic, but it’s a message that lands flat, not (as you might expect) by repetition, but by a lack of character to deliver it. The effort places the film in a forgettable pile as simply the latest among comic/superhero adventures that don’t seem to like the genre, and don’t especially care why people do. The film kicks off showing a young Diana, on her island home among the Amazons, comp...
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The Fictional Characters, TV Shows, and Movies We Lost in 2020

It was a rough year for all of us in the real world, but those fictional universes we spend so much time in didn’t get off scot-free. A lot of television shows ended their runs this year, and a lot of our favorite characters from sci-fi, fantasy, and horror took their final bows as well. Here are most of who and what…Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, Movies, Video Games, Supernatural, Birds Of Prey, Westworld, The Expanse, Year In Review, Spoilers, Legends Of Tomorrow, Lovecraft Country, Star Wars The Clone Wars, Io9 Year In Review, She Ra And The Princesses Of Power, The Mandalorian


Residents are looking to escape these 10 cities

According to new data from Redfin, residents are eschewing both coastal cities with sky-high prices and locations with few economic opportunities.
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Canadian National Real Estate Colliers Market Snapshot – Q4 2020

Toronto Key Highlights: Key Highlights: Although Q4 2020 has brought good news on the vaccine front and removing some of the overall economic uncertainty, we are not in the clear yet and some asset types will take longer to rebound than others. The office market continues to experience rising vacancy, predominantly due to rising downtown sublet space. This corresponds with office attendance levels, which are trending below 15% in downtowns, compared to around 30% in the suburbs. After a bri...
Tags: Toronto, Radio, Commercial Real Estate, Office Space, CRE, CRE Opinions and News, Commercial Office Leasing, National Real Estate Colliers Market Snapshot


2020, Buh-Bye! (Limerick)

I’m grateful the year’s end is nigh. Good riddance — no need to say why. Though the reasons are endless, A whiner is friendless; I’ll just bid it an effing goodbye!
Tags: 2020, Humor, Limerick, Limericks, Pandemic, Holiday Humor, New Year's Humor, New Year's Limerick, COVID-19, Holiday Limerick



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