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Just finished up the BD of Ghost in the Shell. Really good presentation and sound for BD!


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I'm keeping an eye of the price of the 4k one.
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A tequila fountain!? I want one! Santa, are you listening?



Even THO was seen smiling with a little more spring in his hooves.
And when you figure THO is a bourbon, beer and whiskey beast that's impressive.
You know, you could probably re-purpose a chocolate fountain to tequila, of course you'll need Santa's help to fill it... The small ones can do 5lb of chocolate and go up from there depending on the size of your event.

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Said what the heck and blind bought the Steelbook.


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And when you figure THO is a bourbon, beer and whiskey beast that's impressive.
You know, you could probably re-purpose a chocolate fountain to tequila, of course you'll need Santa's help to fill it... The small ones can do 5lb of chocolate and go up from there depending on the size of your event.
One bourbon, one scotch and one tequila fountain. With THO and his cronies we'll need the industrial size fountain. Come on, Santa. We're counting on you.
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Rewatching Man in the High Castle, after a marathon Game of Thrones session. I watched it on release and liked it but wasn't paying much attention and decided to give it a go with dedicated attention. I pulled up some reviews and saw a one star for the simple item of each city in the pilot being cloudy and rainy.

It's about time for the ol' planet killer asteroid to stop by.

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Rest in peace George Romero, thank you for being a pillar of my youth, thank you for the hours of entertainment, and endless survival scenarios that I play out . Good journey, sir.
I know I'm posting late; I have been doing a lot of traveling lately. But I couldn't fail to acknowledge the passing of George Romero.

I live not far from Monroeville Mall where the original Dawn of the Dead was filmed, and the mall had a special rest in peace message up on the main sign that thousands of cars stream past every day. Also they had a wreath of flowers placed inside the mall and people could leave cards and flowers of their own.

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Haven't read that, Dune might be the last actual series of books I was really into. I should read more but after all day reading crap on computer screens I just don't have the heart at the end of the day.
I know what you mean. I spend the day writing code so looking at a book doesn't seem like a good idea in the evening and watching a screen 8' away is more relaxing on the eyes. A friend who is an optometrist confirmed this.
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Said what the heck and blind bought the Steelbook.

I watched this in 2d and partially in 3d and it is a decent film! A lot of people are poo pooing it but I really liked it! If you want to see the original Manga (anime) version it is for sale at Amazon or Bestbuy me thinks.
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I watched this in 2d and partially in 3d and it is a decent film! A lot of people are poo pooing it but I really liked it! If you want to see the original Manga (anime) version it is for sale at Amazon or Bestbuy me thinks.
Watched it last night and liked it too. I don't have time for all the SJW's and all their crying. Another reason I don't do the instaface and hashbrowns. I'll look into the anime. I love Akira and own that one.

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