Discussion in 'Philadelphia Flyers' started by Beef Invictus, May 12, 2020.
have u ever seen the RL medival combat leaque from russia. . its godam nutty
yo this is actually cool as shit
Yeh! Have seen The Guard. Enjoyable film.
The article I read was 30 Million vaccines for the UK. Still probably unlikely.
Your daily dose of cute animal vid/gif this never happened to me while dogsitting so maybe I'm watching the wrong kinds of movies and shows edition.
One that has become super underrated is "Take the Money and Run" - people tend to not talk so much about Woody Allen anymore, but that was probably my first favorite comedy. They used to show it all the time on like Saturday afternoons, along with the original "Casino Royale," which was also one of my all-time favorites and probably had a fairly massive and unfortunate effect on my absurdist imagination.
Have seen all except Glory.
The French Connection is great. I remember really enjoying Stardust actually despite it being a genre I usually dont like that much - my little sister put it on once - but dont remember it very well.
A few more random suggestions for people... in terms of films that are slightly more under the radar or older now:
Headhunters: Norwegian Black Comedy. If people liked In Bruges or The Guard would recommend it.
The Day of the Jackal: A classic.
Pain and Glory: For me the 3rd best film of 2019 after 1918 and Parasite.
Mesrine (both parts): Vincent Cassel is great, just really fun crime films.
American Animals: Not too old, but thought it deserved more publicity, pretty unique film.
Sexy Beast: Probably the best British gangster film...
Layer Cake: If not Sexy Beast Layer Cake is the best British gangster film...
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm: One of the best animated films ever and best Batman film ever.
High Fidelity: Guess it might have been bigger in the USA but no-one in the UK knows it and it is great.
Cure: Japanese Psychological crime thriller... really a great film.
The Death of Stalin: Had decent reception in Europe but I guess it did not make waves in America. Really funny and has so, so many amazing British actors in it.
Also, one "kids" film I really enjoyed in the last ten years was Hugo. Helps that Ben Kingsley is amazing... but just a good film.
So it seems a gym in South Jersey has figured out how to operate around the Stay at Home orders.
New Jersey gym owner reopens Monday in defiance of state order: 'Enough is enough'
Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, New Jersey reopens despite shutdown order, members gather in support
Just missing the tiki torches.
Judging by the shapes, not too many seem to be gym-goers.
Good call. Great movie.
Can't imagine anything more douchey.
This is insane. Maybe if they did a better job of caring about their clientele instead of money, they wouldnt need to open and would maintain accounts. My gym is sending me a weekly, personalized agenda for workouts. Im happily continuing to pay for my account simply because they are willing to put in the effort - even if i'm not necessarily sticking to their agenda.
What is "thrown in a canal" and "taken home for own personal usage".
Because they are two of the most prevalent ways in the North of England.
Neutral Good and if you're below Chaotic Good I won't acknowledge your existence.
If you aren't any of the 'good' categories here, you're just chaotic evil, there is no neutral to this equation.
When my brother first got a car we would go behind strip malls and go cart throwing. The person riding shotgun would hold the cart as my brother accelerated and once we had a good speed you let that cart go flying, usually into a wall. One time the cart hit a big bump and launched over a fence into someone's backyard. The old carts with the plastic bottoms exploded quite nicely.
Why of course I have.
I unfortunately saw, on facebook, someone trying to explain that chaotic neutral to neutral evil are the best positions to be in because they have an economic impact and return carts to corrals will take jobs away from people. I only saw it because someone i am friends with responded saying "you're an idiot", but i'm fairly certain the person who made that comment posts here.
It was most likely more than members if you watch the video. I can see how they did it and if they can keep within all the regulations they set forth I have no problem with them being open.
Went fishing once in the canal near my parents house... caught 3x shopping trolleys, 2x bicycles and a life ring.
There are carp, perch, tench and pike in there... but I dont know how they dont all die with the polution. And good job did not catch any as was like 11 years old and planned to cook them. Might have died.
This is hilarious and frightening all at once.
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