Yes, I write this a pack of years after the war … but thinking about it, I thought it was worth writing it.
I like gore. The viscera, the blood, the brain, the dismemberments: it’s nice. But it’s not because there is blood that I will enjoy it… and that’s why I struggle with “torture porn”. Think of Eli Roth’s Hostel or one of the very first episodes of The Walking Dead S07. You know what I mean? Pain is not the emotional register that suits me.
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Reddit is a gold mine for internet addicts who want to see everything before anyone else. It’s a bit of a kind of epicenter, or certainly the place to look if you want to find patient zero.
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I do not know what else to say about this series: you have to watch it. But I can at least write a little about it. Inspired by the 80s of ET, but also by “Stand by me” and the universe of Stephen King in general, calling into mind the “Goonies”… Stranger Things is perfectly modern but will especially speak to children of the 80s.
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Science progresses every day. So inevitably a 1944 document will contain inaccuracies perhaps omissions surely. Nevertheless, it’s always fun to see what they knew there over 70 years ago when we are about to detonate bombs which spread radiation everywhere … Here you have a very detailed map of the known radiation wavelength: exciting.
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The series Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Daredevil offered on Netflix have had some success and deserved it, because they are well done and well played. Although you may like one or another, the fact remains that these Marvel characters are interesting.
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Fillon is not the first and will not be the last. The guy in the presidential election (highly symbolic moment in our Republic) and is surprised that his choices in life are explored. He is a politician for over 35 years and comes from the same mold as Balkany, Sarkozy and others, soaked to the bone in habits that no one dared disturb until Cahuzac and his hidden account. And the entire political class (right wing mainly) takes offense to this witch hunt without even notice the vigilance of the media (and other citizens) on the integrity of elected officials.
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