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  1. 23 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:



    A wooden sculpture of first lady Melania Trump near her hometown in Slovenia was set on fire the night of July 4, according to the artist who commissioned the piece. 

    Brad Downey, a Berlin-based American artist, told Reuters the wooden sculpture near Melania Trump’s hometown of Sevnica was torched.



    Brad - put the chisel down. This looks like something that Cake lady would serve up.





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  2. The Hunt


    Silly social satire with a few good moments. 6 of 10




    Similar to "The Hunt", thematically, but a much deeper movie. 8 of 10


    The Prospect


    Sci-fi that doesn't break any new ground, but is a very enjoyable watch. It would have been great to see in a theatre. 7 of 10


    The Outpost


    A bit like "Zulu" I suppose: cut off group of (US) soldiers against vast hordes of (Taliban) attackers. Based on a true story. Some excellent camerawork. 7 of 10

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  3. 1 hour ago, Lee909 said:

    You lot our just fucking jealous you can't pull off the topless horseback pose, or scaring off tigers, riding with bike gangs, finding sunken treasure. 


    I want to see a royal rumble of world leaders. Put in is winning its just who beats Merkel to second place. 


    That twat Boris would eliminate himself like some doink the clown parody 


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  4. What differentiates pillar 1 from pillar 2?



    Pillar 1: swab testing in Public Health England (PHE) labs and NHS hospitals for those with a clinical need, and health and care workers

    Pillar 2: swab testing for the wider population, as set out in government guidance


  5. The Cage: The Fight for Sri Lanka and the Last Days of the Tamil Tigers


    By Gordon Weiss


    One of the more affecting books I've read lately. Up there with "My Promised Land" I mentioned upthread.


    Does a good job of providing the background history of the country and it's place in the wider world, and then details both the (obviously tragic) events of the last few months of the war, and the diplomatic and political machinations surrounding them.


    I'm still hoping to go there next year, virus willing. I won't be taking a copy of this book, but I will be taking a much deeper understanding of my destination having read it.