Recent content by pandacracker

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    Blue Book

    No, it's not gritty realism. I also have got a bit confused as to what's going on but that may be because I've fallen asleep during episodes.
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    Blue Book

    I've watched several episodes of "Blue Book". It's not bad. Owes a lot to the "X Files" in it's production style and it ties together quite a few fortean threads in its themes (cold war spies, the threat of nuclear war and a bit of girl on girl action)
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    What Would You Like Carved On Your Tombstone?

    I don't know if it's true but I heard that J.M.Barrie had something like "This is where the adventure begins" on his.
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    So What Were YOUR Erroneous Childhood Beliefs?

    I thought that the people shot off horses in "Cowboy and Indian" films on the T.V. really died :fire::Givingup: I knew they were actors but I knew America had the death penalty (I was born '63) `also, they were American films about America so it was like a form of execution.
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    Humour & Jokes

    Made me laugh like a teenager :rollingw:
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    The Madeleine McCann Disappearance

    Sorry to be dim but to whom are you referring? Also, has any one been following the "who ha" over the Netflix 8 part documentary of the McCann case?
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    Wacko Jacko

    Wade testified in support of Jackson twice in the past. He couldn't possibly go back on his story now.
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    Tiwanaku: The Culture & The City

    This is Bolivia not Peru but I didn't know where to put it. Anyway, it's concrete evidence.
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    Things That Make You Go... WTF?

    It looks like the monkey takes something out of the other beasts nose and eats it!
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    Wacko Jacko

    The way Jackson used his status and manipulated the boys and their families feelings was horrible. Both boys, as adults, admit their real love for him. What a headfuck! Jackson got what he wanted and flaunted it. The publicity shots of him and the boys made me queesy.
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    J.R.R. Tolkien

    and then keep your bones in a sack.:eek:
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    J.R.R. Tolkien

    With regard to his poetry I just found this recording of Tolkien himself murdering (in my humble opinion) one of my favourites of his.
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    J.R.R. Tolkien

    Mmmm... whimsy. A much underrated art form. I think Oliver Postgate had mastery of it. I read the book in my early teens, I seem to remember laughing out loud at the part when Chrysophylax Dives attacks the knights without waiting for them to finish their formal challenges.:mattack:
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    J.R.R. Tolkien

    I liked "Farmer Giles of Ham" It's got a dragon in it :hapdan:
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    "Flavours" That Don't Taste Like The Actual Thing

    As a kid I could never understand why banana milkshakes didn't taste like bananas :conf2: