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 on: Today at 02:24:08 AM 
Started by Archivist - Last post by Svengoolie 3
I hope he takes legal action against the studio that replacement d his scenes in that movie about getty.  He needs to attasck them to prove they wronged him and he won't accept it.

 on: Today at 02:16:24 AM 
Started by Alex - Last post by Alex
Ever wonder who you really are? Are you the person you know you are inside? Or are you the person other people see? If you are the person you think you are, then why can't you show the world that person? And yet who should know us better than ourselves?

Of course the human mind is wonderfully self deceiving and we justify all sorts of actions and beliefs on the flimsiest of pretexts.

The weather here is hot but cloudy. The kind of weather that begs for a good thunderstorm. Off work tomorrow, so today is my Friday (w00t!). Next week I'll be on nights, and with the leave I have booked I will be in on Thursday night next week, then off again.

Down to 1446 days.

Battle of Otonetë: Skanderbeg defeats the Ottomans. Sultan Mehmed II of the Ottoman Empire is forced to abdicate, in favor of his father Murad II, by the Janissaries. Murad II invades Attica, forcing Constantine XI to return Thebes to the duchy of Athens, and remove the tribute imposed in 1444. Murad II imposes his own tribute. The hangul alphabet is created in Korea, by King Sejong the Great of Joseon. The Hunmin Jeongeum, published during the year, is considered the start of this brand new scientific writing system. After hesitating for several weeks, Sultan Murad II of the Ottoman Empire, destroys the Hexamilion wall, in an assault that includes cannons. Murad and the Ottoman governor of Thessaly, Turakhan Beg, ravage the Peloponnese Peninsula at will, with the Sultan devastating the northern shore, while Glarentza and Turakhan raid in the interior. The Despotate of the Morea is turned into an Ottoman vassal state. Nuno Tristão is killed by natives in the coast of Senegal. Portuguese navigator Álvaro Fernandes reaches the mouth of the Casamance River in Senegal. The Precious Belt Bridge in China is fully reconstructed. In Italy, the siege of Cremona, by the condottieri troops of Francesco Piccinino and Luigi dal Verme, is raised after the arrival of Scaramuccia da Forlì. The Blarney Stone is set into a tower of Blarney Castle in Blarney, County Cork in Ireland.

 on: Today at 01:51:55 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Archivist
Haha, I just posted about that!

It's important to separate the issues. One is that people can have their careers and lives destroyed by allegations that haven't even proceeded to trial. This has been a problem since, well, ever, but is accelerated and magnified by social media, and political interests.

Another issue is that of his conduct. There are a LOT of allegations made by many complainants, which suggests that something is up. Either he's actually done at least some of these things, or people are looking to ride on his coattails into some kind of money or fame, or both. People just need to stop behaving badly in all camps.

Then there's the matter of false accusations. These people make it harder for those with legitimate claims to come forward, or risk being labeled as a liar.

 on: Today at 01:40:36 AM 
Started by Archivist - Last post by Archivist
And in the meantime wither or not he is innocent of all the accusations he faces, his career has still been destroyed. Joys of the court of public opinion.

It's a deeply unfortunate side effect of the media-driven world in which we live. It was bad enough when the local gossips spread rumours, but now everything gets out on Facebook, Twitter, and news outlets. The court of public opinion is wider today that it has ever been.

 on: Today at 01:36:23 AM 
Started by zombie - Last post by Trevor
I nominate Michael Cimino.

 on: Today at 01:17:18 AM 
Started by Archivist - Last post by Alex
And in the meantime wither or not he is innocent of all the accusations he faces, his career has still been destroyed. Joys of the court of public opinion.

 on: Today at 12:45:50 AM 
Started by Archivist - Last post by Archivist

I've just started watching the marvelous House Of Cards, and remembered that Kevin Spacey had been accused of sexual misconduct around the time the series was cancelled. He was fired from the show, which was then rewritten to focus on his character's wife. Today, the charges have been dropped and, the the civil case by the complainant's family has also been dropped. The complainant seems to have deleted text messages which would have indicated he consented to Spacey's advances, hahahahahahaha.

People like this give a bad name to everyone who has been a legitimate victim of sexual assault or abuse. For everyone who is publicly revealed to have fabricated their case, or otherwise obfuscated proceedings, it makes it harder for those with legitimate issues to come forward, lest they be accused of lying themselves.

 on: Today at 12:40:36 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Svengoolie 3

Kevin spacey should demand that studio tnastrep! saved the scenes with him in that last movie he made re release it with his footage put back in. If they refuse I hope he gets a court to order them too.

This trend of accusation equalling guilt equal punishment needs to be stopped.

 on: Today at 12:36:18 AM 
Started by retrorussell - Last post by Archivist
As a kid in the cinema: Coke and potato chips in a bag. Occasionally there were hot dogs. This was in the 80s, and there were video game arcades near the cinema, which made for a fun day out.

As an adult: usually a choc-top ice cream (peppermint or banana) and peach ice tea, if anything. I usually go to an independent cinema chain that serves alcohol, and you can take glasses of wine into the theatre, but I don't drink.

On rare occasions, I've eaten hot food in the cinema. One time we smuggled in Portuguese chicken burgers and chips. Another time, we ordered rice paper dumplings and had them brought in during Kill Bill Vol 2 (this was in the luxury theatre Gold Class, part of the Village cinemas in Australia).

 on: Today at 12:08:51 AM 
Started by Alex - Last post by Archivist
I don't need a video explaining to me why Hanna Barara sucked. I know why the sucked. Poor animation of old TV shows (with a laff f**king track!) like the Flintstones (Honeymooners) or Dick Van Dyke (Jetsons) in cartoon form- only for pinheads.

Interesting. As a kid, i enjoyed cartoons like The Jetsons, The Flintstones, Space Ghost and Rocky And Bullwinkle, but even then, shows like Rocky And Bullwinkle seemed very repetitive. I couldn't watch them now. But I can still watch The Pink Panther, particularly the 60s and 70s episodes. The laugh track is a bit annoying, but the overall stories and flow is still good.

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