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Show Notes for Retro Movies and Future Tech

On this episode three movies are reviewed 1996 American neo noir crime thriller film “Primal Fear”, 1998 American crime drama film “American History X”, 1981 American science fiction action film “Escape from New York“ and the latest in cellphone design.


Open Sources Show Notes for November 21, 2019

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we’re packed with special guests, one from the local scene, and one from the national scene. In local news, we’re going to talk about one of Guelph Ward 1 councillors who’s been in the middle of a whirlwind lately. 250 more words

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Episode 39: Mustang EV, Garmin Reverse Sync, Apple Saving Lives

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In this episode, Mike and Chad discuss Wyze Cams, Apple saving lives, the new Mustang EV, Apple’s tv app, Garmin reverse syncing (don’t know if this has a proper or better name), crazy tech, and of course, they take all of their normal detours. 69 more words

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My favorites of 2019 part 2: My favorite books!

Why is reading important?

  • Mental Stimulation
    • Studies have shown that staying mentally stimulated can slow the progress of (or possibly even prevent) Alzheimer’s and Dementia, since keeping your brain active and engaged prevents it from losing power.
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End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday November 20, 2019

This week on End Credits, things are going to get dark. But Christmas is coming, you say! Pfft. Tell that to all these horror trailers, and upcoming scary movies, and also tell it to Bong Joon Ho. 360 more words

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08. The Big Combo (1955): Two Bros Chillin' in a Twin Bed No Feet Apart Cuz They Are Gay

On this week’s episode of What’s in the Basket, we continue our Noirvember series with a discussion of The Big Combo (1955). We cover the ways it functions as an unexpected subversion of the genre, consider Cornel Wilde’s status as one of film noir’s strangest leading men, examine Fante and Mingo’s relationship and the extent to which its ambiguities–or lack thereof–were intentional on the part of the filmmakers, and wonder just what the hell happened to poor Brian Donlevy. 180 more words

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