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#101 2017-09-30 15:16:15

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Re: What are you watching right now?

ohnonot wrote:

Looper
at first i thought it was a little too simplistic, a crime/mob story with a sci-fi twist, but after about 30min things started getting really mindblowing.

+1

I like Bruce Willis in science fiction; I think he handles it really well.


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#102 2017-09-30 16:11:22

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Re: What are you watching right now?

My computer screen o.O


Coding Idiot (is how I describe myself) in need of plain simple and to the point coding tips. Know nearly nothing about how, where or when things are done.
Only thing I know/remember from coding classes - sudo apt-get install - today discovered how to edit a couple of lines in tint2 (1st victory - ;D) and then my brain froze.
Hoping that around here I'll find simple help, simple like my knowledge.

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#103 2017-09-30 20:00:01

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Re: What are you watching right now?

https://oatsstudios.com/

An experimental film studio created by director Neill Blomkamp offering a selection of short science-fiction features with Hollywood-grade makeup and special effects.

I particularly liked Rakka.

-edit by hhh- Holywood? To quote Doc Holliday in Tombstone, "My hypocrisy goes only so far."

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#104 2017-10-01 13:51:27

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Still watching my computer screen... anything to do with astronomy, Busenlabs, and synonyms.

But, if you had asked "What are you listening too..." the answer would have been - at the moment Adauto Lourenço -

Awesome way to still do your work and at the same time have fun.


Coding Idiot (is how I describe myself) in need of plain simple and to the point coding tips. Know nearly nothing about how, where or when things are done.
Only thing I know/remember from coding classes - sudo apt-get install - today discovered how to edit a couple of lines in tint2 (1st victory - ;D) and then my brain froze.
Hoping that around here I'll find simple help, simple like my knowledge.

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#105 2017-10-01 18:13:52

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Re: What are you watching right now?

ShieldedTulip wrote:

But, if you had asked "What are you listening too...

It has been asked   monkey


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#106 2017-10-02 07:09:41

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Must see.

Blue Planet 2 intro, Attenborough with music by Yorke and Zimmer. This will blow your mind...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_cont … 38JDGnr0vA

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#107 2017-10-05 04:48:11

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#108 2017-10-05 17:40:19

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Talk by Alpine Linux founder Natanael Copa about the security features of his distribution:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FHYdwQ … e=youtu.be


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#109 2017-12-06 08:36:46

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Re: What are you watching right now?

The Orville S01E07 - Majority Rule
It's a new SciFi series. They say it's Comedy, but IMHO the storyline is more important than the gags (which are few and not exactly zingers, but they do add colour to a genre that maybe is taking itself a little too seriously).
A respectful continuation of the whole Star Trek Theme. Not exactly mindblowing and new, but nice to watch. Good stories (did I say that already).
This one's the best so far.
small excerpt


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#110 2017-12-26 23:53:04

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Inventions that Changed the World... Computer

https://youtu.be/rTsHnxS5bg0

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#111 2018-01-31 09:43:00

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Re: What are you watching right now?

I just watched Nocturnal Animals 10/10 brilliant movie

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#112 2018-01-31 21:17:17

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Re: What are you watching right now?

i recently watched two fairly good films of the "investigative journalism" genre:
State of Play
Spotlight
i tend to agree with the sentiment that people have a right to the truth, unregulated by those in power.


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#113 2018-02-02 12:39:16

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Re: What are you watching right now?

just watched the last episode of 8th season Shameless. I want it lasts forever

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#114 2018-02-28 16:03:52

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Re: What are you watching right now?

@zephyr Holy crap, I had no idea joecartoon was still around!

I am watching a show from the 80s called "Street Hawk". It was like Knight Rider on a motorcycle. No idea why they cancelled it after one season. The theme was done by Tangerine Dream. Terrible by today's standards, but it was awesome when I was a kid.

Also, taking some time to enjoy Aqua Teen Hunger Force Season 11.


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#115 2018-02-28 18:08:50

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Re: What are you watching right now?

m1rr0r5h4d35 wrote:

"Street Hawk"

Loved that show! The modded XR500 was cool although the CR250s used for the jumps would have been much more fun to ride devil


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#116 2018-02-28 21:43:52

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HOAS loved? They have the entire series on DVD @ Amazon. Totally worth it! I got them for Christmas a couple years back. There is actually still something of a following -

http://www.streethawkonline.com/


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#117 2018-03-10 19:06:45

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Re: What are you watching right now?

SciFi movies from the 50s

The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050539/

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#118 2018-03-20 19:16:37

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A terrible Sci-Fi show from 1990 called "Super Force". It's aweful. Thought it was great whaen I was a kid, though.


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#119 2018-03-22 09:14:45

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Right now I am watching this live webcam https://worldcams.tv/sights/eiffel-tower . I always dreamed to visit Paris well at least now I have an opportunity to watch The Eiffel Tower without leaving my room. The view is really remarkable.

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#120 2018-04-10 02:17:42

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Does anyone remember Video Power?

It aired all the way back in 1990, and was a show about video games.


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#121 2018-04-21 20:03:54

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Re: What are you watching right now?

After a year of watching, this week, I've finished the last published Game of Thrones TV series. Still debating if I want to read the books since the series is supposed to be a very condensed (but not much worse) version of the 9000 story lines that George R.R. Martin composed on his antique word processor.

In other news, I've not paid attention to anime for years and now in 2018 they decided to drop an expansion of the legendary LOTGH series (epic production of the 1980s and 90s) based on additional source material on us AND to produce another TV series featuring the not less notorious Lupin III (animated since the 1970s, published even earlier). Time to start downloading…


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#122 2018-04-22 09:28:31

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Something I've written before:
Many TV shows have a promising start, the first season is really good, then it starts going downhill, everything seems watered down, more and more generic "must be included in a standard US american (family/all-audiences) TV show" stuff etc.

Never was this effect more pronounced and more extreme than with Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.

The first season is genius, witty as we know it from Douglas Adams, and very, very weird.
My favorites: Rapunzel the Corgi in Lydia Spring's body and the holistic assassin.

The second season is just a generic US american rehash with the same actors. The drop in quality is almost 100%, and remains consistent all the way to the last episode.
Incredibly, the "creator" is still the same guy.
Can't be.
Thankfully, that seems to have been it, I read somewhere there will not be more.


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#123 2018-04-23 01:14:12

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Re: What are you watching right now?

A little Python, Philosopher Football...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ur5fGSBsfq8

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#124 2018-04-23 05:34:15

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Muntic0re wrote:

Right now I am watching this live webcam https://worldcams.tv/sights/eiffel-tower . I always dreamed to visit Paris well at least now I have an opportunity to watch The Eiffel Tower without leaving my room. The view is really remarkable.

Been there a decade ago, haven't expected much from the tower, but once standing at the bottom of it, it is mind blowing, especially the unexpected size of it. When in Paris take the time for Louvre thought (few hours won't cut, it should be a day trip).

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#125 2018-04-27 02:29:55

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Re: What are you watching right now?

Just found this live stream of the Korean summit. Just music atm though - maybe because there's nothing to show while they're in the conference.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwLkrXIfo7I

Official live feed:
http://www.korea.net/Government/Current … fairId=656

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