John Rezas

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Oliver Haddo, The Magician (1926)

A brilliant movie. Here is a clip:

mortisia:

Oliver Haddo, The Magician (1926)

A brilliant movie. Here is a clip:

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Tech support… you never know who is really on the other end of the call.

Tech support… you never know who is really on the other end of the call.

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"You know you don’t have to act with me, Steve. You don’t have to say anything, and you don’t have to do anything. Not a thing. Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together and… blow." — Slim (Lauren Bacall) talking to Steve (Humphrey Bogart) in TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1944)

"You know you don’t have to act with me, Steve. You don’t have to say anything, and you don’t have to do anything. Not a thing. Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together and… blow." — Slim (Lauren Bacall) talking to Steve (Humphrey Bogart) in TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1944)

Come full circle. End on a dark note. I think that Charlie Brown knows how to write a story.

Come full circle. End on a dark note. I think that Charlie Brown knows how to write a story.

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Set the artist free.

Set the artist free.

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Last night’s episode of THE WALKING DEAD was intense to say the least. It revealed a lot, answered some questions from a while back, and resolved some issues. By far, the most intense issue dealt with the situation of how the children react in the zombie apocalypse. And, Carole had to make a truly disturbing decision. Most zombie stories seem to avoid the issue of children, or only cover it in a small way, but this show dealt with them from the very first episode when Rick shot a zombie little girl. Also, Carl has been a constant character. And, Morgan lost his son, which shaped him and his world view about the destinies of the weak and the strong in the zombie apocalypse.

Last night’s episode of THE WALKING DEAD was intense to say the least. It revealed a lot, answered some questions from a while back, and resolved some issues. By far, the most intense issue dealt with the situation of how the children react in the zombie apocalypse. And, Carole had to make a truly disturbing decision. Most zombie stories seem to avoid the issue of children, or only cover it in a small way, but this show dealt with them from the very first episode when Rick shot a zombie little girl. Also, Carl has been a constant character. And, Morgan lost his son, which shaped him and his world view about the destinies of the weak and the strong in the zombie apocalypse.

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This is an interesting documentary.

I am relieved that somebody said that…

I am relieved that somebody said that…

I love the pen-and-ink details in this drawing by Virgil Finlay.

I love the pen-and-ink details in this drawing by Virgil Finlay.

"Boba Fett" by jamga

"Boba Fett" by jamga

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We need more citizens like Rick…

We need more citizens like Rick…

These ladies know how to bring it!
"Toxicity" (cover)
Meytal Cohen (Drums)
Jennifer Lynn (Electric Violin)
Christine Wu (Electric Violin)
(Original song by System of a Down)

"Come with me if you want to live…"

"Come with me if you want to live…"

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