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"Sonia Disowns Rahul"
Spot what do you know about this virus?
Reports on our news here this morning advise us to NOT open this video, it poses a huge danger to our mobile devices.
I figure if it makes the news it's a threat.
The wife found another fine offering from Australia Television now on Netflix.
Set in the early fifties, in Ballarat, Victoria, Dr Blake assists in solving crimes that baffle the easily baffled Police Chief Police Super.
Dr Blake, apparently haunted by memories of the Japanese takeover of Singapore and the loss of his family, during the war, returns to Ballarat to take over his father's medical practice.
It is kind of a cross between Inspector Lewis, and Columbo, with a... [Read More]
It may just have been me. The topicality is still obviously there - it is, after all, "about a brother getting the Man's foot out of his ass" - but some of the settings creaked, there was less punch to the dialog than I remembered.
Shattered is a book just out about the Hillary Clinton campaign and it's failure (mainly hers) to win perhaps what was thought to be the most winnable election for a democratic presidential campaign in history.
I haven't read it, however, I did read the review on the NY Times website, and it isn't pretty. There is, for some reason, what... [Read More]
Jeremy Corbin is scheduled to be crucified regardless of what he does. He can say no to the election and be ousted as Labour Leader, or he can say yes to the election and be ousted as Labour Leader. I suspect we're about to watch a Conservative landslide.
I shall, as always, be voting against the Conservative incumbent.
Public Broadcasting is currently running a series from the UK called Wolf Hall, The story of Thomas Cromwell, first Earl of Essex.
It is a bit dry, and the stepson and grandkids got bored rather quickly, and left us to enjoy it in peace.
I've read a bit on the period, and watched a series that focused on Henry VIII and his split with the Vatican, but now to see the events from the perspective of others is enjoyable.
I have enjoyed Damien Lewis in a number of roles. He... [Read More]
Want something uplifting today? Here you go! I shot over 80 hours of HD video, worked on it for over 200 hours, then edited it down to just 11 minutes. The final shot has 9 different mixed shots including 5 special effects shots. ( I got into green screen heavily this year.)
It finishes just seconds before one of the most theatrical moments I can recall. Paul Scofield as Salieri turned anticlockwise through a three-quarter circle, with his back for a second to the audience. He started the move as he is at the end of the clip, old and angry... [Read More]