The Diet Coke Button, Unfortunately, Rules

Tom Newton Dunn | Twitter No one is happy about admitting this We did it. We made it to inauguration day, which shouldn’t be a huge deal but let’s be honest, it felt a little touch and go for a while there. The Biden-Harris administration’s to-do list is a mile long, but they’ve already started making changes. We’re gonna skip over Biden firing three Trump appointees who are the embodiment of evil, reinstating DACA protections, and rejoining the Paris climate accord and move...
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "DAnon Shaman"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist Mike Flugennock - "DAnon Shaman" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3121 Well, it's about freakin' time. I was starting to wonder when the Democrats and their flunkies in the media were going to get off the dime and start screeching that ZOMG FOREIGN INFLUENCE (a.k.a. Russia, China, Iran) was responsible for the Great Capitol Hill Chud Riot a couple of weeks ago — and I was somehow reminded of this fake shaman who turned out with the QAnon crowd at t...
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/Filmcast Ep. 602 – One Night In Miami (GUEST: Kendra James from Startrek.com)

David, Devindra, and Jeff chat about WandaVision, The Dissident, and the last day of the Trump presidency. For the feature review, the cast is joined by Kendra James, producer of the Official Star Trek Podcast, to review One Night in Miami, the new film directed by Regina King. The Slashfilmcast is launching a Patreon! Support us at  http://patreon.com/filmpodcast. Use #slashtag on Twitter to recommend a title for us to watch. Thanks to Mike C for building the Hashtag Slashtag websit...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, Youtube, David, Miami, Babbel, Trump, Mike, Jeff, Engadget, Kendra James, Slashfilmcast, The Show, David Devindra, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger

*FLASH* Visual Perception & Arithmetic Dice Game

Everybody loves a dice game! They’re quick, easy to learn, and addictive! They always use math – there’s probability and arithmetic, plus quick hands and focused eyes! Flash comes with 6 sets of colored dice and 6 stars with numbers 1-6. Each player chooses a set of dice and gets ready to play! There are […]
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Happy Chinese New Year of the Ox 2021: Gold Coin #7

Feb. 12 marks the beginning of the Year of the Ox. The second animal of the Chinese zodiac, the ox... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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Happy Chinese New Year of the Ox 2021: Gold Coin #4

Feb. 12 marks the beginning of the Year of the Ox. The second animal of the Chinese zodiac, the ox... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
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The Beat recommends Gallas' The Poet and the Flea

A Year of Free Comics: in THE POET AND THE FLEA, William Blake faces the macabre by Avery Kaplanhttps://www.comicsbeat.com/a-year-of-free-comics-the-poet-and-the-flea/ In The Poet and the Flea by G. E. Gallas is an ode to the life of poet and painter William Blake in which Blake's life is re-imagined (and given some very sinister elements). [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, William Blake, Blake, Mike Rhode, Gallas, Avery Kaplanhttps, G E Gallas

Continuing John Lewis' "March": Comics to Teach Civic Awareness | Education Series

Continuing John Lewis' "March": Comics to Teach Civic Awareness | Education Series Comic-Con International • Jan 21, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UyAyFK3tsc   Panelist are...Meryl Jaffe, PhD, educational consultant/author, Worth A Thousand Words: Using Graphic Novels to Teach Visual and Verbal Literacy Talia Hurwich, Doctoral candidate, NYU and author Worth A Thousand Words: Using Graphic Nov...
Tags: Comics, John Lewis, Nyu, Mike Rhode, Meryl Jaffe, Talia Hurwich, RegisteredFred Van Lente, PresidentsRyan Dunlavey, Racial Justice Initiative University of St Thomas

2021 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards nominations open

"In these turbulent times, the preservation of accurate journalism is essential to our democracy. Join us in celebrating the best work of the year at the Robert F. Kennedy Book and Journalism Award. The nomination process ends February 1st: https://bajawards.awardsplatform.com/" One apparently needs to create an account to enter a submission. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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New Resident Evil 8 Footage Thirsting to Cut up Some Men

A closer look has finally been provided for the hotly anticipated Resident Evil 8, with the title retaining the horror elements of the seventh entry as Ethan Winters finds himself exploring a village in search of his kidnapped daughter. The new content appeared as part of the Resident Evil Showcase, which revealed more of the […]
Tags: Games, Horror, Anime, Livestream, Announcements, Capcom, PV, Resident Evil, Ethan Winters

Sony Pushes Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Uncharted, Cinderella & Peter Rabbit 2

Sony pushes Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Uncharted, Cinderella & Peter Rabbit 2 With no streaming service of their own to utilize and on the heels of selling Lord/Miller’s The Mitchells vs. The Machines to Netflix, Sony has elected to push back the releases of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Uncharted, Cinderella and Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, according to Deadline. RELATED: No Time to Die Delayed Again, Targets Fall 2021 Release PB = PB || {}; PB.gptSta...
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‘No Time to Die’ Delayed Again to October 2021

It’s d éjà vu all over again. No Time to Die was one of the first blockbusters to be pushed back in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many thought the situation would be better by now, including MGM, who initially pushed the movie back to November 2020, only to delay it again to April 2021. Now the James Bond sequel has been given a fall release date again as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the United States and many parts of the world. The official James Bond ac...
Tags: Movies, United States, Sequels, James-Bond, Anthony Fauci, MGM, Die, Action/Adventure, Release Dates, No Time To Die

Lucille Ball’s Daughter is Fine With Nicole Kidman Playing Her Mother in ‘Being the Ricardos’

Last week, word broke that Nicole Kidman would be playing the legendary Lucille Ball in the Aaron Sorkin movie Being the Ricardos, with Javier Bardem playing Ball’s husband and I Love Lucy co-star Desi Arnaz. The news was met with puzzlement, particularly regarding Kidman’s casting, with many voicing concerns that the actress was a poor match for Ball. But now someone who might be considered an expert on Lucille Ball – her daughter Lucie Arnaz – has weighed-in to defend Kidman’s casting. Bef...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Movies, Casting, Aaron Sorkin, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Lucy, True Story, Ball, Lucille Ball, Kidman, Desi, Amazon Studios, Javier Bardem, Ricardos

Watch Derek DelGaudio's 'In & Of Itself' on Hulu, see Derek + director Frank Oz on Stephen Colbert

'Derek DelGaudio's IN & OF ITSELF,' a film directed by Frank Oz, premieres on Hulu Friday January 22. Both Derek DelGaudio and Frank Oz are on Stephen Colbert's show tonight (Thursday, January 21) talking about the making of this movie interpretation of Derek's live, interactive, one-man performance experience that we've covered here on Boing Boing previously, and here way back in 2016. — Read the rest
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No Time to Die Delayed Again, Targets Fall 2021 Release

BEGIN SLIDESHOW No Time to Die delayed again, targets Fall 2021 release After being delayed a year from April 2020 to April 2021, MGM’s blockbuster 007 installment No Time to Die has now been delayed once again due to the current pandemic’s effect on theater attendance. The new release date shift places the film in the fall for an October 8, 2021 opening, where it will compete directly with Sony’s currently-scheduled Marvel movie Morbius. MGM’s own The Addams Family 2 is scheduled to ope...
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Superhero Bits: ‘Superman & Lois’ Trailer, ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ Sequel Rumored & More

Want to see the new trailer for Superman & Lois? Why is the season premiere of The Flash being delayed? What Avengers: Endgame scene made Chris Evans emotional when he saw it with a crowd? What is Marvel’s Behind the Mask documentary on Disney+? What will happen to WandaVision as they get into more modern sitcoms? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik has a new Flash Facts book with fundamental STEM lessons for kids. Marvel Comics has te...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Disney, Batwoman, Batman, Deadpool, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Cw, Aquaman, Marvel Studios, Chris Evans, Joker, Lois, Mayim Bialik

‘The First Lady’: Michelle Pfeiffer Will Play Betty Ford in Showtime Anthology Series

Michelle Pfeiffer will play Betty Ford, First Lady of the United States from 1974 to 1977, in Showtime’s The First Lady. The anthology series is described as “a revelatory reframing of American leadership, told through the lens of the women at the heart of the White House,” with season one focusing on Michelle Obama, Betty Ford, and Eleanor Roosevelt. Viola Davis is executive producing the show and will also appear as Michelle Obama, while The Undoing director Susanne Bier will helm the series....
Tags: Television, Viola Davis, Movies, Casting, Washington, White House, America, United States, Showtime, Michelle Obama, True Story, Eleanor Roosevelt, Michelle, Gerald Ford, Susanne, Susanne Bier

Cannes Film Festival 2021 Might Be Delayed Until July or Later

The Cannes Film Festival is usually held in May, but the 2021 fest is said to be considering a delay until July – or maybe even August. COVID-19 is still a very serious concern and organizers are said to have completely given up on the idea of holding the festival in May this year. Last year the festival was delayed and then canceled due to the coronavirus. Last year, the Cannes Film Festival was very reluctant to vacate its May dates as the coronavirus pandemic grew and became a real proble...
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The Best Movies Leaving Hulu in February 2021

Hulu has to return some videotapes — that is, return some titles back to the streaming ether, due to licensing rules that force platforms to play this game of hot potato. But it’s another month, and another list of old titles that must leave Hulu to make way for the new. Here are the best movies leaving Hulu in February 2021. District 9 Neill Blomkamp’s debut feature made waves when it hit theaters in 2009, earning the filmmaker raves as an exciting new sci-fi auteur. While he hasn’t quit...
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New Resident Evil Village Trailer & Release Date Announced!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New Resident Evil Village trailer & release date announced! Today marked the arrival of the highly-anticipated special showcase for Capcom’s long-running survival horror franchise and with it came more key details, a new trailer and May release date for the eighth installment in the series, Resident Evil Village! The trailer can be viewed in the player below, while special screenshots from today and past announcements can be viewed in the gallery beneath it! RELATED: New...
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Cool Stuff: ‘The Mandalorian’ Dark Troopers Are Activated as a New Hot Toys Figure

The Mandalorian transformed the Child, better known to everyone around the world as Baby Yoda, into merchandise giant. The little guy was turned into everything from plushes to action figures to hoodies, and even a Chia Pet. But now that he’s been officially named Grogu, the shine has worn off, and fans need the next cool thing to adorn their shelves. That’s where Moff Gideon’s Dark Troopers come into play, and Hot Toys is releasing an intimidating 1/6 scale action figure of the formidable droi...
Tags: Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Disney, Disney/Pixar, LucasFilm, Sci-Fi, Sequels, Television, Hot Toys, Star-Wars, The Mandalorian

Magical Roxy Migurdia Figurine Could Use More Onanism

Beautiful mage girl Roxy Migurdia has already been transformed into a figurine despite the Mushoku Tensei Isekai Ittara Honki dasu anime having only just begun, though, more critical fans might be disappointed at the lack of onanism and potential absence of pantsu – buyers can confirm the girl’s pantsu status when she becomes available in […]
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RealtyFeed is crowdfunding a ‘disruptive social network’ for real estate

Looking for a minimum of $25,000, RealtyFeed is a product of technology company Realtyna, and it aims to combine agent collaboration features with search tools for consumers.
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Tom Hanks Sci-Fi Film ‘Bios’ Release Date Moves From April to August

Bios, a new sci-fi film from director Miguel Sapochnik that stars Tom Hanks as a guy who builds a robot to watch over his dog (yes, really) is moving from April to August. The Universal Amblin Entertainment title was supposed to arrive in theaters on April 16 but will now arrive in August. The release date change is just the latest example of Hollywood studios trying to figure out when and where to release their new movies as the coronavirus pandemic continues to interfere with the traditional ...
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10 Star Wars Video Game Franchises Needing a Revival

10 Star Wars video game franchises needing a revival Last week brought the exciting news that Lucasfilm Games would be handling all licensing of its properties for new video game titles, including a new Indiana Jones title from Bethesda and open-world Star Wars project at Ubisoft, so we’re looking back at ten subfranchises from the latter series that could use a proper revival for modern gamers. RELATED: Lucasfilm Games Is the New Home for Star Wars Games & All Gaming Titles from Lucasfilm ...
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BBC Radio Manchester stays local for storm Christoph

As the northwest of England received severe weather conditions on Wednesday night, BBC Radio Manchester stayed local instead of opt-ing into the usual overnight service from 5 Live. Residents of areas surrounding the city were facing an uncertain night as the River Mersey threatened to burst its banks in the early hours of the morning and evacuation warnings were issued. Like several local BBC radio stations across the county, BBC Radio Manchester continued local deploying staff to the most h...
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A24 Sets ‘Minari’ On Demand Release Date in Late February

If you read a handful of “best of the year” lists as 2020 was coming to a close, chances are probably pretty high that you saw director Lee Isaac Chung‘s Minari pop up multiple times. The beloved drama has been winning hearts since premiering at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it won both the Grand Jury prize and the U.S. Dramatic Audience Awards, and now we finally know when the film will be making its way to VOD. We already knew that A24, the company behind the movie, planned to r...
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Housing Starts: Strong Year-End Numbers Don’t Mean There Aren’t Risks Ahead

Housing starts increased 5.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.67 million units, according to the latest report from the Commerce Department. While housing starts ended 2020 on a strong note, there are still concerns surrounding rising lumber prices, as well as increasing regulatory cost concerns that may impact future production. The Breakdown: Housing Starts: 1,669,000 (+5.8% month-over-month, +5.2% year-over-year) Multifamily Starts: 312,000 Single-Family Starts: 1,338,000 Bu...
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Women Leaders in Virtual Real Estate

This article first appeared in Real Estate magazine’s special-edition Women in Real Estate issue. View the entire issue here. Women make an incredible difference in the often male-dominated real estate industry. At MyOutDesk, we know this, and we celebrate women in the field. As the No. 1-rated virtual assistant company by TechRadar, I’d like to share the story and experiences of Chai Estrellanes, a virtual professional who has served thousands of real estate professionals over the past nine yea...
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