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Thursday, February 26th, 2015


Categories: [ TV/Cinema ]



On planet Pandora, humans are mining unobtainium and, with the help of mercenaries, attempt to reloacate the indigenous Na'vi away from the gigantic tree that is their home. To approach the Na'vi, humans are remote-controlling artificially grown, Na'vi-looking avatars through a neural connection. Jack Sully, a paraplegic ex-marine, makes contact with the Na'vi and, after receiving a sign from the local deity Eywa, and learning the ways of the Na'vi, becomes a honorary member of the tribe. His mission is to convince the Na'vi to leave their home, but he falls in love with the chief's daughter and soon sides with the Na'vi. When the mercenaries attack the tree, Jack manages to rally the other tribes and together they manage to beat the humans before they manage to destroy the Na'vi's most sacred place. In the end, Jack's mind is transferred to his avatar thanks to the power of Eywa.

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Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

The Imitation Game

Categories: [ TV/Cinema ]



In 1939, Alan Turing is hired to work in Bletchley Park on decrypting the most complicated cipher of the time, Enigma, used by Germany in the war. He soon understands that only a machine will be able to beat Enigma, and despite the resistance from the commander of the research center who resents Turing naive, but actual intellectual superiority, he manages to build a computer nicknamed Christpher (the name of his best friend and first love when he was in school). He receives help from Joan Clarke, hired because she solved a crossword puzzle faster than Turing and when she is forced by her parents to leave the mostly-male Bletchley Park, Alan proposes to her so as to keep her close to him, despite his homosexuality. After the war, Turing is arrested for being an homosexual (while being suspected of being a Soviet spy), and despite convincing the police detective that his top-secret work during the war has probably saved millions of lives, he is sentenced to chemical castration which he chose over prison in order to continue working on the first generic computer. The treatment however robs him of his mental faculties and he soon after commits suicide.

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Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

Moorhouse's Blond Witch

Categories: [ Beer/Moorhouse's ]


Just another pale ale. Contains barley malt.

Moorhouse's Brewery, Burnley, Lancashire, England. 4.5% alcohol.

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Saturday, February 21st, 2015


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Categories: [ TV/Cinema/Spede ]



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Saturday, February 14th, 2015

Moorhouse's Black Cat

Categories: [ Beer/Moorhouse's ]


Sweet and slightly chocolatey, at bit too roasted too. Contains barley malt.

Moorhouse's Brewery, Burnley, Lancashire, England. 3.4% alcohol.

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Friday, February 13th, 2015

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Categories: [ TV/Cinema/Spede ]



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Saturday, February 7th, 2015

Moorhouse's Pride of Pendle

Categories: [ Beer/Moorhouse's ]


Just another ale, maybe a tad too bitter. Contains barley malt.

Moorhouse's Brewery, Burnley, Lancashire, England. 4.1% alcohol.

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Sunday, February 1st, 2015

Wychwood Hobgoblin Gold

Categories: [ Beer/Wychwood ]


Quite sweet, kind of fruity, and only slightly bitter. Contains barley malt and malted wheat.

Wychwood Brewery Co. Witney, Oxfordshire, England. 4.5% alcohol.

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