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A gambler takes a troubled young man under his wing. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "For All Pigkind no.2: To Oligarchy, And Beyond!"

From Mike Flugennock, DC's anarchist cartoonist - "For All Pigkind no. 2: To Oligarchy, And Beyond!" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3333 So, Jeff Bezos thinks he can tug at my old Boomer heartstrings by  sending up 90 year-old William Shatner (and his toupee) on Blue  Origin's latest suborbital joyride, while continuing to shit on his  workers and dodge taxes. Meanwhile, Elon Musk has opened new vistas in  whiny excuses for not paying taxes on his obscene wealth by pukin...
Tags: Comics, Elon Musk, Mars, Jeff Bezos, William Shatner, Blue Origin, Forbes, Bezos, Boomer, Joe Manchin, Mike Rhode, Mike Flugennock, Ben Gilbert, Jeff Foust, Christopher Newman, Space Review

Out of This World v2 #12 - Steve Ditko art & cover

Steve Ditko Out of This World v2 #12, 1959 - In two separate tales, a scientist increases the intelligence of a mutated ant and a jungle explorer returns with a spooky tribal doll. Steve Ditko draws both with an eye toward page design and careful pacing. His renditions could have benefited from greater sharpness and clarity, much like his compelling cover. I only wish the contest promo blurb [Author: Unknown]
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Walt Disney Showcase - comic series checklist

- - - - - - - - - - Walt Disney Showcase v1 Gold Key 1970-80 1 2-4 5-10 11-17 18 - Barks reprints 19-29 30 - Barks reprints 31- 33 34 - Toth reprint - - - - - - - - - -Home / Gold Key / A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Truck Carrying EVGA GeForce RTX 30-Series Graphics Cards Stolen

EVGA reported that a truck carrying a shipment of EVGA GeForce RTX 30-Series Graphics Cards was stolen, and warned their users that buying or concealing stolen property is still a crime. They also put out a call, hoping to regain their stolen merchandise, and given the ongoing chip shortage, the heist is certain to tick […]
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Police say Narcan was used on a security officer at Astroworld who passed out and had a prick on his neck that looked like a possible injection

Houston Police Chief Troy Finner speaks during a news conference, Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021, in Houston, after several people died and scores were injured during a music festival the night before. AP Photo/Michael Wyke At least 8 attendees died during Travis Scott's performance in Houston on Friday night. Medical staff working the event said they revived a security officer who they alleged was drugged. Overdose expert Peter Davidson said it's unlikely the security officer was injected...
Tags: Security, Texas, News, Entertainment, Law, Drugs, Cbs News, Trends, Festival, Concert, Houston, Cleveland, Officer, Crowd, University Of California San Diego, Travis Scott

Nintendo Teases New Console; Insists Switch Is in “Middle Phase of Cycle”

Nintendo recently published a financial slideshow that boasted some key details, such as an unannounced console. Fans are not likely to see it anytime soon since Nintendo sees the Switch as being in the middle phase of its lifecycle. While touting impressive figures such as the fact that there are over 250 million Nintendo Accounts […]
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Stranger Things Season 4 Release Set For Summer 2022, Three Years After Season 3

If you noticed that the "Stranger Things" kids are looking kind of tall in the new teaser for season 4, it's because we haven't seen them since summer 2019. "Stranger Things" season 4 had the misfortune to begin filming in February 2020, just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic tore across the world and led to widespread lockdowns. Production halted in March 2020 and didn't resume until September, going on for a full year before filming finally wrapped in September 2021.Netflix typically likes to...
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Adventures in Linux

A refurb HP Elite tower PC like this one has been running my shack computer for nearly three years now. Nearly three years ago now, I retired the cheap HP 2000 laptop I was using in the shack with a refurbished HP Elite desktop computer. It has proven to be a very good buy, easily powering the SmartSDR software that runs my Flex 6400 and all the other software that I’ve thrown at it. I still have the laptop. We used it for logging at Field Day a couple of years ago, but aside from that rather ...
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Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Expansion Delayed to Improve Quality

Close to its intended release date, Naoki Yoshida, producer and director of Final Fantasy XIV has announced that the newest expansion, Endwalker, would be delayed by two weeks. As the director intends to further improve quality, fans of the game likely agree that it’s better to delay it, rather than rush out an incomplete mess, […]
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Eternals Ending Explained: The Truth About Celestials Emerges

Earth has a new team of protectors -- in fact, they've been here all along. Chloé Zhao's "Eternals" introduces a family of superheroes who were sent to Earth 7000 years ago to protect humans from rampaging creatures called Deviants. When the last of the Deviants were seemingly defeated in 1521 AD, the Eternals went their separate ways and tried their best to build lives for themselves as they waited for their next mission. However, the ending of "Eternals" forces them to choose between the will ...
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DC's Best LGBTQ Reveal Happened Way Back In 1991

By Maxwell Yezpitelok Published: November 06th, 2021
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Engineer Pitches Motorized Howl’s Moving Castle to LEGO

An incredibly talented fan of Studio Ghibli created a LEGO construct based around the titular castle of Howl’s Moving Castle, and is currently pitching it to LEGO in the hopes of making it an official set for customers to purchase and build. Hopefully it can come pre-made, because it’s evident that actual magic may be […]
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The Current Paper Shortage, Shortly Explained

By Zanandi Botes Published: November 06th, 2021
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Dune Costume Designer Jacqueline West On How To Make A Stillsuit [Interview]

"Dune" costumer designer Jacqueline West is one of the best in the business. The three-time Academy Award nominee's previous credits include "Argo," "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "The Revenant," and "The Social Network." She's also frequently collaborated with Terrence Malick, having worked on "The New World" and "The Tree of Life," to name a few. It's a long list of accomplishments, including Martin Scorsese's next film, "The Killers of the Flower Moon."West has brought accuracy and li...
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Shaun The Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas: Release Date, Plot, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Who says you need dialogue to create a wonderful character? Not Aardman Animations, the British studio that gave the world Gromit — the silent yet highly expressive and often flustered dog who has accompanied his owner, wayward inventor Wallace, on all kinds of ridiculous adventures. The stop motion animated duo's Oscar-winning 1...
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Eternals Is Heading For A $69.5 Million Opening Weekend At The Box Office

After 7000 years on Earth, how will the Eternals fare in their first weekend at the box office? Pretty well, if the early numbers are anywhere to go by! Based on Thursday night previews and Friday's ticket sales, "Eternals" is expected to finish out the weekend with a gross of $69.5 million at the domestic box office.Variety reports that "Eternals" has so far grossed $30.7 million from Thursday and Friday ticket sales, with viewings across 4,090 screens. "Dune" is expected to take the #2 spot th...
Tags: Movies, News, Earth, Marvel Studios, Dune, Richard Madden, MCU, CinemaScore, Shang Chi, Chloé Zhao Eternals, Angelina Jolie Selma Hayek Gemma Chan

Stranger Things Season 4 Episode Titles Tease More Strange Things Ahead

Do you like things, but only if those things are strange? Then there's good news, as "Stranger Things" season 4 is set to arrive on Netflix in 2022, and trouble tends to follow Eleven and her friends around. The newly-released teaser for the next season of "Stranger Things" finds Jane Hopper (formerly known as Eleven) living a normal-ish life in sunny California. While it's nice not to have to fight Demogorgons and Mind Flayers every other week, Eleven misses some aspects of her old life and is ...
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Boku no Chikyuu o Mamotte Returns to Tokyo Tower for Stamp Rally

To celebrate Hiwatari Saki’s 40th anniversary as a mangaka, and 27 years after the conclusion of her classic series Boku no Chikyuu o Mamotte (Please Save My Earth), a stamp rally will be held at Tokyo Tower, an important location in the series. The commemorative event will be held between January 8th through the 23rd, […]
Tags: Events, Anniversaries, Tokyo, Stamps, Anime, Manga, Tokyo Tower, Anime Goods, Hakusensha, Shoujo Manga, Boku no Chikyuu, Hiwatari Saki, Mamotte Please Save My Earth

Sakuna: Of Rice & Ruin to Receive Manga Adaptation

The wildly popular video game Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is set to receive a manga adaptation and it’s reported that the manga won’t follow the video game narrative, which might still possibly interest fans of the game who want something new from the series. Titled “Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin – Gods of Ikusadatara”, […]
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Bauer’s Cash for Kids charity wins People’s Choice Award

Cash for Kids has won the People’s Choice Award at Fundraising Everywhere’s Charity Virtual Event Awards 2021. The award, voted by the public, recognises the impact the charity made over the last year, particularly through the pandemic with its Cash for Kids Appeal. Launched on the first day of lockdown to support families hit hardest by COVID-19, the initiative raised over £1.7m, 100% of which was granted out to over 50,000 children. Celebrating great charities doing exceptional things to c...
Tags: UK, Australia, US, Industry, Radio, Bauer, Cash For Kids, Sally Aitchison, COVID, Darren Fowler

Celebrate The Release Of Spencer With This, Uh, KFC Princess Diana Jumper

In the day's most unpredictable headline, the chicken-mongers at KFC have commemorated "The People's Princess" in their own unique way: by hawking branded sweaters in her name. Yes, the popular American fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken has just launched a sustainably-sourced jumper inspired by an iconic '80s outfit worn by Lady Diana Spencer, once the Princess of Wales.The KFC Lady Di sweater is being unveiled in tandem with the recent release of Pablo Larraín's biopic "Spencer," which foc...
Tags: London, Movies, News, Wales, Netflix, Elton John, Sony, Prince Charles, Diana, Charles, People Magazine, Osborne, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Kfc, Windsor, Muir

The Impressive Story Of How Saving Private Ryan's D-Day Sequence Was Shot

"Saving Private Ryan" earned Steven Spielberg his second Academy Award for best director, and deservedly so. It's one of the greatest war movies of all time. Even those who weren't enamored of the overall film back in 1998 had to concede that its depiction of the D-Day landing on Omaha Beach in Normandy during World War II was an impressive technical feat.Given the visceral impact of that sequence, you might be surprised to learn that Spielberg did not storyboard it or plan out elaborate shot li...
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Tales From The Box Office: How Baby Driver Became A Mid-Budget Miracle

Edgar Wright somewhat quietly asserted himself as one of this generation's most interesting and talented filmmakers in the early 2000s with movies like "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz." It's pretty easy to argue that the man has a perfect track record, with even his "worst" movie (certainly changing dependent on the viewer) still ranking as pretty damn good. Wright made himself known to the masses in 2017 with his smash, breakout hit "Baby Driver," an absolute crowd-pleaser that was dripping w...
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Joyelle Nicole Johnson on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Batman's Dumbest Internet Argument Is Now In Comics (And Blows)

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: November 06th, 2021
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'Saturday Night Live's Cast Is Just Too Big

By Damon Royster Published: November 06th, 2021
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Stranger Things Season 4 Teaser: Eleven Is California Dreamin' Of Spring Break

Stranger Things Day is here, and that means lots of creepy goodness coming your way. November 6 is not the drop date of the show's highly anticipated fourth season, but the day does bring new announcements and fan-friendly goodies to anticipate the next season of Netflix's hit science fiction series. On their official Twitter page, the show has encouraged participation in the form of "waffle parties," binge-watching parties, and character cosplay, perhaps in an effort to engineer Star Wars Day l...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, California, Netflix, Harbour, Eleven, Brett Gelman, California Dreamin, Millie Bobby Brown, Matt Duffer, Hawkins Indiana, Ross Duffer, Billy Dacre Montgomery, Jim Hopper David Harbour, Will Finn Wolfhard

Make 'Garfield's Canceled Apocalyptic Movie, Cowards

By JM McNab Published: November 06th, 2021
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How A Fake 'David Bowie' Trolled The Entire Internet

By Maxwell Yezpitelok Published: November 06th, 2021
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