It's basically just porn fantasy for upper-middle class soccer moms, and it's terribly written. It's as if Danielle Steel wanted to go the S&M route with her novels.
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Keep it simple and choose an activity that will allow you two to see each other and talk, like getting something to eat/drink, museum, etc. Just don't choose a movie. Sitting in a dark room for two hours without being able to talk to each other is terrible when first starting to hangout.
Just keep it casual and take initiative, but keep it slow at first. It's really not that hard.
"You have nothing. Nothing to threaten me with. Nothing to do...with all your strength."
This is one of, if not the best single line of dialogue that encapsulates Batman and The Joker. There is nothing Batman can do to frighten the Joker. He is not only unafraid of Batman's brutal strength, genius intelligence and expert fighting skills, he actively welcomes it. He wants to drive Batman to unleash his power and, ultimately, break his own rules.
Hey Duders! Long time, no see!! I'll get to my recent years-long whereabouts in a blog post soon, but now I have an inquiry and need the help of the still best community on the interwebs!
I have been in the market for a new TV for a while but now I actually have the money saved up and I should be getting at least a little tax refund this month.
I have never been the most up-to-date on the TV industry, so I will need some help choosing a good one. I know the best manufactures seem to be Panasonic, Samsung and Sony. Other than that, I am kind of a novice as far as what Hz is best (60/120/240/..), whether to go with LCD/LED/Plasma or whether to get a Smart TV or just use those features in a PS4 or Xbox One, either of which I plan on getting later in the year when they get more games or the prices drop.
As for size, I was looking for around 44-46" range. For my studio apartment, anything over 50 would be kind of overkill.
Thanks in advance for the help. Let me know if you need any more info from me to give best recommendations.
Feels good to be back on a regular basis.
On a technical/visual level and just on a pure "the art of film making" standpoint, it would have to be 2001: A Space Odyssey. The movie is so well crafted, that it borders on a series of meticulously crafted paintings. 99.999% of all other directors would go mad trying to set up those set pieces.
But on an enjoyment standpoint, it would be Dr. Strangelove. The satirical writing and acting is so perfect that it holds up today just as much as it did when it was released.