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    The anniversary of Lord Byron's death

    https://greeknewsagenda.gr/images/GNA_Pics/Text_pics/2019_TextPics/GreekWar_Byron.jpg

    Lord Byron (seen above, in the white cloak) died on the 19th of April, 1824, exactly 197 years ago.
    His death...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    It's not lovecraftian at all. They mentioned Philip K. Dick because (as one can see from the ending) this is influenced by Ubiq :)
    The girl looked great, btw.
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    Re: The Man of the Stairway

    I am glad you liked it :)
    You can find a link to my (free to read) Patreon, from the signature link (which is my youtube)
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    I watched The Gift (2015). It was pretty cool (it's just a psychological thriller).
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    ^Actually, the smaller the country, the bigger the infighting ;)

    I have watched A Simple Plan, many many years ago.
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    ^I will have a look!
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    I have seen it. Dogtooth was imo better (but I have some issues with this director :) )
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Can you suggest a good psychological thriller? (something recent-ish, say from 2017-)
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    I have to suppose they also looked great.
    Besides, it is probably hubris not to ;)

    I think the christian god is more genocide-happy, however. Zeus is content as long as he is #1 and you don't...
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    She'd have to look extraordinarily beautiful, like Leda.
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

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    Looking at this pic, I, an intellectual, see Odilon Redon's Cyclops. You, a normie, see the person from Goonies.

    https://i.imgur.com/wJOrnfg.png
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    Can't help using satire when dealing with the Satyr.
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    To be a non-theistic group using satan in your name is pretty lame... Trolling is boring - I prefer honest to god occult worship.
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    You can't even trust the devil these days.
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    The Empty Man (2020)
    Apparently adapted from a graphic novel.
    It wasn't bad. (not great either)
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    Re: The Man of the Stairway

    Thank you, Alwyn :)
  18. Re: Five Nights at Willy's Wonderland (movie with Nick Cage)

    Hm, I now watched the movie. It is really terribly bad. Cage doesn't say a single word (which is just as good) :surprise: Strange they got him to do this. If they just had to include a former A...
  19. Re: Total War goes the movie Troy way - not a good idea imo :)

    The ending is nice: decapitation by the side of the spear :D
  20. Total War goes the movie Troy way - not a good idea imo :)

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    Games often go for a lazy/cheapening factor for a mix of reasons, including just not knowing or not caring about the source material. But I would have hoped Total War would do better....
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    Sticky: Re: What book are you currently reading?

    Recently read 1984 and the first book of the Three Body Problem. Liked the first, not the second.
    Started reading One Hundred Years of Solitude but I am not very interested by now.
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    The Man of the Stairway

    I know of a man who is always on the move, in stairways, going up or down. They are all kinds of stairways, public and private, outdoors and indoors, they range from steep to easy to climb and while...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    That was a bizarre movie. I have to suppose it wasn't trying to be realistic. I am not sure what the point of it all was either - religion is bad, mkay?
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Is the Belle from Delphi also an influencer or just an information-age version of a porn-star?
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  26. Re: Five Nights at Willy's Wonderland (movie with Nick Cage)

    Not really; this is a first make of an unlicensed version of the game Five Nights at Freddy's.
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    Sticky: Re: The "Say "Cheese" thread (Read OP for rules)

    Thanks, but no - actually it was the first pic I took, so I didn't have time to assume a very pretentious expression (and even then :D )
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    Sticky: Re: The "Say "Cheese" thread (Read OP for rules)

    Well, by "buddhist lectures" I mean taking a tonne of vitamins and other stuff :surprise:
    Anyway, it is actually a little better now than in the near past, but certainly it will need to get far...
  29. Five Nights at Willy's Wonderland (movie with Nick Cage)

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    Everything about this looks really stupid :surprise:
    I mean... they couldn't even buy the rights to the "Five Nights at Freddy's" name? What are they paying Cage?
    None of you seem to...
  30. Re: New conspiracy theory: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, QAnon and WallStreetBets are all the same lizard

    I wonder which of those is the central, immortal head of the Lernaean Hydra :surprise:

    My bet is on Alex Jones.
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    Sticky: Re: The "Say "Cheese" thread (Read OP for rules)

    Here's another great camera-work pic, which may not have to look like me, but I am trying to grow my hair a bit longer in the hope of having a partition if they thicken up a bit. ...
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    My neighbor, Bidenro.
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    Ok, but when you are having a notion about Jesus, you too are using your imagination. Cause that is inescapable :)
    Besides, the paintings are of Jesus with human form, due to the view that he...
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    Just noting that you are arguing a large percentage of christians are in a faith which is against god, is all :)
    In the Byzantine Empire there was a massive war about having pictures of Jesus and...
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    Re: Are you worth saving?

    I like that god was making earth for a much longer time than "the stars". Ancient jewish people weren't exactly scientifically oriented ^_^
    Will be an issue when the Trisolarians invade.
  36. Anyone reading/read the Three-Body Problem scifi books?

    I am reading the first book, half-way through it currently.

    While the first chapter was (imo) terribly uninviting and I almost gave up then, the rest up to now is ok.
    Some things I don't like,...
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    Basics, I suppose that orthodox christians are against god, given the countless paintings of Jesus :)
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    Re: The Satan of Oklahoma

    Maybe they removed us from the real world, where it remains there still? ^_^
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    Re: Romulus - Italien Series

    This is lame :) We need a large US studio to create a Byzantine Empire series.
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    The carving idea was already too convoluted - at the time I wasn't aware of how difficult it would be to use non-linguistics (that is, something like carbon dating) to establish age of the ink. I am...
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