My dad and I watched the first half of this streaming on my phone just sitting in his truck just after we finished eating lunch. Watched a rocket launch multiple satellites into space and then come back to Earth and land itself on a self-propelled barge out in the Pacific ocean while streaming the footage live using a…
They left out a big one for me. The entire end credits of CITY OF GOD where they show photos of the real people involved in the events of the movie, then show the actual interview with Knockout Ned that they replicated earlier in the film. Awesome shit!
They need to cough up some tech that’s not part of the standard tree.
Fantastic and well-argued article. Jimmy Fallon is very endearing and approachable which can allow your stance to be controversial but also lifts a veil to the problem of white guilt. I thoroughly enjoyed it despite initial hesitance.
Yet their Aircraft Carrier burns coal....
Wonderful questions. I think that:
It would be nice to get a non-open world shooter in-between GTA and RD, but such is life.
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thank you for my new motivational poster
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On July 20, 2015, Spotify introduced a new feature called Discover Weekly. It works like this: every Monday, Spotify presents you with a 30-song playlist—approximately two hours’ worth of music—based on “both your own listening as well as what others are playlisting and listening to around the songs you love, making…
Just contract this to Elon Musk and in 3 month not only will we have a silent version, it will cost about $500 per prototype, somehow mass marketed to consumers enough to make a major profit, and be upgraded somehow to run around on Mars.
No it didn’t. That’s the biggest myth of the series, and Lucas has so successfully fooled most people that history has almost been successfully rewritten.