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    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    The Mire Polish-language murder mystery, set in the '80s. By-the-numbers, but I enjoyed it. 7 of 10
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    The Beckoning Silence A documentary in which the survivor of the first movie travels to the Eiger to look at the factual events on which the second movie is based. Does a decent job of telling the true story of what happened. 7 of 10 ________________________________ I'm with both of the above re: Red Dragon. The original was great, it's my favourite of all the movies based on his books. And I do think it's due to the book, as it was head and shoulders better than any of the later books. Dolarhyde is a excellent character.
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    Faith and Religion

    I don't recall having asked you about homosexuality. I asked you if you believed that the next Muslim person you meet is likely to believe in FGM and honour killing.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Touching the Void As others have mentioned, an amazing story of human survival. 9 of 10 It's a great book, as well. North Face Dramatized story of a 1930's attempt to climb the north face of the Eiger. Takes some (unnecessary) licence with the facts, but a decent effort. 7 of 10
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    Faith and Religion

    But what are "Muslims as a group" but all individual Muslims taken together? So you still contend that the next Muslim person you meet is likely to believe in FGM and honour killing.
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    Faith and Religion

    Get along? This is the religion thread. More chance on the "Beans on a fry-up" thread.
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    Faith and Religion

    Not "possible", "likely". Do you actually think that the next Muslim person you meet is likely to believe in FGM and honour killing?
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    Faith and Religion

    Oh, I'm aware it happens. But do you actually think that the next Muslim person you meet is likely to believe in FGM and honour killing?
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    Weird things you like

    Every fall at first snow we go out and burn logging debris. After a few hours you look around at the inferno you've created--it's a bit like "napalm in the morning", actually. I think I'm a bit of a pyromaniac.
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    Faith and Religion

    Does anyone actually think that the next Muslim person they meet is likely to believe in FGM and honour killing? I don't live in the UK, and perhaps things are different over there, but from here in Canada I can't say that notion has ever entered my head.
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    Faith and Religion

    Ask Tim Farron. https://www.channel4.com/news/factcheck/whats-tim-farrons-track-record-on-lgbt-rights Kudos to Farron for having the courage of his convictions: it's one thing to answer a question in a newspaper survey, it's quite another to repeatedly vote in Parliament for actual legal restrictions to, or against expansion of, LGTBQ rights.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Great movie, great actor.
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    Coronavirus

    Are they starting up schools full bore, or starting with part-time, or having part classes a couple days a week, etc? A gradual approach, as a means to limit the potential negative effects, while gathering information on how best to go forward/prepare for the (autumn).
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    Faith and Religion

    I could have posted this in the Coronavirus thread or the Trump thread, but it works here as well: Trump ‘Spiritual Adviser’ Paula White Does Queen Bee Dance to Conjure End to the Coronavirus Pandemic
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    Faith and Religion

    By that token, you'd think you wouldn't want to engage with religion.
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    Happy Birthday, Tony, you cunt.

    All the best, Tony.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    "The Wolf of Wall Street" Well-crafted, and Di Caprio is an excellent actor, but it didn't do it for me. Stock market "Goodfellas", obviously, but sex and drugs appear to make a poor substitute for violence and murder.
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    Coronavirus

    I lost faith in modelling when they told me I was too fat, and too ugly. Judgmental pricks.
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    Retro beauties

    Ingrid Bergman: Watching a movie called "Saratoga Trunk", made in 1945, and whoever lit it knew his business as she looks fantastic.
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    Jane Fonda

    From a movie called "Period of Adjustment". Nothing special, Jane aside.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Watched "Dawn of the Dead" a while back. That movie actually scared me as a kid. I must have been high. It's laughably bad, though it does contain this memorable scene:
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    Donald Trump

    He used to preach hate against Mexicans, and Moslems, and the deep state, etc. His solutions were simple: build a wall, stop immigration, drain the swamp. Straw men with straw solutions. His problem is the enemy this time is a real threat, it's killing Americans by the thousands, and he has no answers.
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    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    Was supposed to be in Hanoi today, on my way to Singapore and then Colombo. Fuck you, covid 19! Instead, I spent last night watching "Waco". An impressive production, over-all. 7 of 10 As always, it's hard to tell how accurate it is, but I think I agree with it's take on what happened there at the end.
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    Coronavirus

    The return to work recommendation, is that for everyone? Or has there been some attempt to bring it in in stages, according to the work that's most necessary and/or those workplaces that can most easily be adjusted to allow social distancing, etc.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    The first time I saw Spacey was in the TV show "Wiseguy". His character was a bad guy, and his partner in crime, and everything else, was his sister. Played an oddball as if he was born to the role.
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