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Straight Flooded Tree In Tilted World

It had been an aside in a chemistry lecture. Maybe there had been some sort of presentation about covalent bonds, or spdf orbitals, all of which was forgotten over time. 309 more words


History lessons in Maassluis

A string of historic port towns, dotted along South Holland’s Nieuwe Maas River, bear testimony to the importance of the trade that has flowed for hundreds of years down this extension of the Rhine. 608 more words


MOVIE REVIEW | Escape From Sobibor (1987)

“I just can’t believe it. We’re actually killing SS men. I mean, that’s a hard thing to believe. Killing them. It’s beautiful. I just can’t believe it!’” 543 more words


Runaway (1984)

I’ll be the first to admit I like the work of Tom Selleck. Having said that I’ll also point out that when he was on Magnum and one of TV’s biggest stars I could have cared less. 604 more words

Daily Take

Sidney Poitier Fights Against Apartheid Again In 1975’s “The Wilby Conspiracy”

Until the 1980s the word “apartheid” had been absent from daily speech here in America. Suddenly with growing attention from the western news, the anti-Sun City Movement, and films like “Cry Freedom,” “A Dry White Season,” and “A World Apart,” “apartheid” began to be a part of an open dialog in the USA. 1,197 more words


Rutger Hauer - Ten Minute Film Class

The subtitles are hit-or-miss but the lesson is solid. For anyone out there looking to make an el cheapo flick with little knowledge of the essentials, start here:

Jeremy Vaeni