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Kaikoura & Christchurch.

On Well the last two days were kind to me for the weather and also the venues that I went to. Kaikoura (which was hit by an earthquake in 2016) was an interesting site to visit to see the damage (and repair) to the area, the seabed has been raise up and the effects are quite stunning.. 202 more words

24 Frames: The Great White Silence (Herbert G. Ponting, 1924)

2018 é o ano de centenário do crítico francês André Bazin, por isso estou repassando os filmes que ele cita em Qu’est-ce que le cinéma? e eventualmente farei vários 24 frames de filmes que assistirei pelo caminho. 49 more words


Robert Scott engraver

Today, a friend from Church gave me an old bible. It was the second volume out of a set. Covers intact but some water damage had occurred to the pages. 179 more words


Military Monday - Robert Scott (1908-1941)

Robert Scott is the husband of my grand aunt, Alice Musgrove. Alice’s parents are Joseph Musgrove and Elizabeth Ann Turner (my great grandparents).

Robert was born in Clitheroe in 1908 to parents Joseph Henry Scott and Isabella Cochrane – his birth is registered in the June quarter. 404 more words

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Carsmartt (OTC- SRSP) getting into crypto currency agreement for COINSMARTT

PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The President of Carsmartt®, f/k/a Sports Supplement Group, Inc., (OTC-SRSP), Roy Capasso, is pleased to announce that on December 14, 2017, Carsmartt® entered into a binding agreement with Crypto Realm, LLC, located in Miami, Florida. 552 more words


Still straight-to-video, "The Video Dead" (1987) turns 30

The 1980’s were the second blood splattered golden era of horror. The second wave of monsters was built on slashers and also zombies. One of the lot is a 1987 direct-to-video classic, Robert Scott’s written, produced and directed “The Video Dead.” If you’re looking for cheese this movie is pure Velveeta. 530 more words


The Video Dead - USA, 1987

‘Look what’s buried inside your television’

The Video Dead is a 1987 American comedy horror film written, produced and directed by Robert Scott; it stars Roxanna Augesen, Rocky Duvall and Vickie Bastel. 575 more words