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"I like this one. One dog goes one way and the other goes the other." : Paintings in the Movies

Summer is the perfect time to re-watch a classic, here’s a repost to wet your appetite.

I believe Martin Scorsese’s GoodFellas may be as close to perfect as a movie gets. 743 more words


REVIEW: GOODFELLAS – Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Italian Food

Check out my review on Goodfellas

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Very mixed reviews about this particular restaurant. While they succeed in one area, they completely fail in the other.

#Mississauga #Streetsville #Italian #foodie


Final Project Statement of Intent: My Dinner with Sontag

My Dinner with Sontag, my final assignment for our Shadbolt Seminar, is a short play mimicking the style and form of the 1981 Louis Malle film… 551 more words

Perfect Directors: Martin Scorsese

If there’s one unifying element to Martin Scorsese’s films, it’s alienation. Specifically, the alienation of his male protagonists: whether successes (Howard Hughes in The Aviator, Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street, or Sam “Ace” Rothstein in Casino), failures (Rupert Pupkin in The King of Comedy, Frank Pierce in Bringing Out the Dead, and Charlie and Johnny Boy in Mean Streets), or just outright sociopaths (Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver, Sam Bowden in Cape Fear, and Bill “The Butcher” Cutting in… 1,658 more words


the amusing antics of the ssl mafia

Bananas was reading this (not here) when the whole concept of paid tls seems like a make work scheme.

For the record the zoo has ssl, dnssec and other things but our cents for tls are the cheap ones (dv), – we also have one lets-encrypt doing something boring. 279 more words

Technical Support

Goodfellas and Marty's Marvelous Movie Magic

Goodfellas (1990), Director: Martin Scorsese

Few filmmakers have as much skill and cinematic vocabulary to marry the technical aspects of film with storytelling as well as Martin Scorsese. 650 more words

Trump, the Mobster, Will not be Impeached (easily) 

The purpose of this article is not to argue for or against any of the potential accusations against Trump (collusion or obstruction), nor is it to support/oppose the idea of his impeachment.   1,170 more words