Friday, September 30, 2016

New to Netflix in October 2016

 Here is a list of what is coming to Netflix October 2016.  There are a few notables including: Dazed and Confused, Black Mirror Season 3, The Fall Season 3.  Netflix has already released Longmire Season 5 and it is worth a watch.

October 1

  • A Cinderella Story
  • Barbershop 2: Back in Business
  • Blue Streak
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s
  • Dazed and Confused
  • Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief
  • Fairy Tale: A True Story
  • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
  • Gentleman’s Agreement
  • Ghost Town
  • Grizzly Man
  • How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
  • Millennium
  • Murder Maps: Season 2
  • My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree
  • Once Upon a Time in the West
  • Oriented
  • Patton
  • Picture This!
  • Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin
  • The Queen of the Damned
  • Quiz Show
  • Robotech
  • RV
  • Saving Mr. Wu
  • Snake Eyes
  • Snow Day
  • Sphere
  • Three Kings
  • Titanic
  • Unforgiven
  • The Univited
  • Unsealed: Alien Files (Season 4)
  • Without a Paddle

October 3

  • Dheepan

October 4

  • American Horror Story: Hotel (Season 5)
  • Chevalier
  • Dartmoor Killing
  • The Flash (Season 2)
  • The Grinder (Season 1)

October 5

  • Arrow (Season 4)

October 6

  • iZombie (Season 2)

October 7

  • 13TH
  • Dinotrux (Season 3)
  • The Ranch (Season 1, Part 2)
  • Russell Peters: Almost Famous
  • The Siege of Jadotville
  • Supernatural (Season 11)

October 8

  • The Originals (Season 3)
  • Vampire Diaries (Season 7)

October 10

  • Koromukuro (Season 2)
  • Love Between the Covers

October 12

  • Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids

October 13

  • DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (Season 1)
  • Mascots

October 14

  • Haters Back Off! (Season 1)
  • Project MC2 (Season 3)
  • Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang

October 15

  • Being George Clooney
  • Chapo: el escape del siglo
  • Glitch (Season 1)
  • Power Rangers Dino Super Charge (Season 1, Part 1)

October 16

  • Dark Matter (Season 2)

October 21

  • Black Mirror (Season 3, Part 1)
  • Containment (Season 1)
  • Joe Rogan: Triggered
  • Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories
  • The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show (Season 3)
  • Word Party (Season 2)

October 24

  • Doctor Foster (Season 1)

October 25

  • Big Eyes

October 26

  • Jesus Camp
  • Kung Fu Panda 3

October  28

  • 7 aƱos
  • I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House
  • Into the Inferno
  • Skylanders Academy (Season 1)
  • Trailer Park Boys — Out of the Park: Europe

October 29

  • The Fall (Season 3)

October 31

  • Chewing Gum (Season 1)
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70 Bizarre Facts about Historical Figures





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At age 52 Richard Proenneke built his own isolated cabin in Alaska, and lived there for 30 years

This is fascinating.  I got sucked in. Don't usually watch YouTube videos longer than a few minutes.


www.DickProenneke.com - "Alone in the Wilderness" is the story of Dick Proenneke living in the Alaska wilderness. Dick filmed his adventures so he could show his relatives in the lower 48 states what life was like in Alaska, building his cabin, hunting for food and exploring the area. Bob Swerer has taken the best footage from Dick's films and he has created 3 videos about Dick, "Alone in the Wilderness", "Alaska, Silence and Solitude" and "The Frozen North".

Here is Part 2



Water Chestnut or Walter Caltrops Look like Demon Food

The species are floating annual aquatic plants, growing in slow-moving water up to 5 m deep, native to warm temperate parts of Eurasia and Africa. They bear ornately shaped fruits, which in the case of T. bicornis resemble the head of a bull or the silhouette of a flying bat. Each fruit contains a single very large, starchy seed. T. natans and T. bicornis have been cultivated in China and the Indian subcontinent for at least 3,000 years for the edible seeds.

It was possible to buy water chestnuts in markets all over Europe until 1880. In northern Italy, the nuts were offered roasted, much as sweet chestnuts (Castanea sativa) are still sold today. In many parts of Europe, water chestnuts were known and used for human food until the beginning of the 20th century. Today, however, it is a rare plant. Several reasons for its near extinction exist, such as climate fluctuations, changes in the nutrient content of water bodies, and the drainage of many wetlands, ponds, and oxbow lakes. wiki


"This little curiosity is off-putting to most diners, for obvious reasons. It bears all the hallmarks of being hell-spawned, for one thing, and it looks like it could hatch into something that would attach itself to your throat and eat through your soft palate into your brain and cause you to slaughter your loved ones. The community just hasn't been desperate enough to risk demon possession, instant agonizing poisoning death, or perhaps just tasting something that combines the flavors of tar, cockroach chitin, and venom. They call them "bat nuts" or "devil pods," and avoid them, literally, like the plague.
But Gak dared me to try one, and it was one of the most startling culinary experiences of my life! Light and savory, a bit nutty. Refreshing! If I don't die, zombify, or undergo a catastrophic transformation from eating it, I might try it candied!" u/Cogitotoro

Donald Trump T-Shirt with Natural Hair

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These shirts? Amazing shirts. The best. I have tremendous shirts, right? These shirts, people, let me tell you, when you wear these shirts, and believe me they are made in America, I made sure we only make these in America. Aren't they fantastic? People are always coming up to me, they come up to me, they say "we love these shirts" very important people are saying this, really. They say we love these shirts. Hillary, you never see Hillary wearing shirts like this. You don't. Seriously people, look at Hillary, never wearing T-shirts. She never wears shirts like this. Never. She has terrible taste in shirts and foreign policy. When I am President, let me tell you, when I am president everyone is going to have shirts like this. u/fiddlefuckingaround

If I am to be insulted...

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Val played the best Doc Holiday.  Now I have to go re-watch Tombstone.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Everything Wrong With Taken In 9 Minutes Or Less





CinemaSins

10 True Story Movies Full Of Lies And Mistakes





ScreenRant

50 Amazing Facts




MatthewSantoro

10 Strange Facts About Twins





AllTime10s

Caveman Camping Trip



Bizzaro

Giant Amethyst Geode



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The Crown | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

At a time when Britain was recovering from war and her empire was in decline, a young woman took the throne as a matter of duty not desire. Prepare for a world full of intrigue and revelations in The Crown.


Available November 4, 2016

Scaffolding falling off top of building




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Hey Doc




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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

John Oliver on Wells Fargo




Continuing my hate for Wells Fargo here is John Oliver's take on the recent scandal.

21 Best Character Departures of All Time




CineFix

This is a follow up to the Best Character Introductions list I posted previously.

Pablo Escobar posing as a gangster with his cousin Gustavo in the 1980s


In the 80s I think everyone sat for one of these "old timey" gangster photos.

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Lightning Bolts Striking Beirut, Lebanon




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13th - Official Trailer - Netflix

The title of Ava DuVernay’s extraordinary and galvanizing documentary 13TH refers to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which reads “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States.” The progression from that second qualifying clause to the horrors of mass criminalization and the sprawling American prison industry is laid out by DuVernay with bracing lucidity. With a potent mixture of archival footage and testimony from a dazzling array of activists, politicians, historians, and formerly incarcerated women and men, DuVernay creates a work of grand historical synthesis.


Available October 7, 2016

Alice in Wonderland

The longer you look at this gif, the more it moves




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Uh.....not helping



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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Everything Wrong With The Grey In 6 Minutes Or Less





CinemaSins

Link List 9-25-16

The “Do Not Call” List Isn’t Working. Now the FCC is launching the “Robocall Strike Force."

 

Life in Puritan New England was so hard that children who were abducted by Native Americans often refused to come back

 

At 52, Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman married 18-year-old Mandy Smith but divorced after a year. Bill's 30-year-old son then Stephen married Mandy's mother, age 46. If Bill and Mandy had remained married, Stephen would have been his father's father-in-law and his own grandpa.  

 

Windows 10 Might Soon Track Absolutely Everything You Do "for Your Own Good" 

 

There are 923 words in the English language that break the “I before E” rule. Only 44 words actually follow that rule

 

27 Very Helpful Inforgraphics to Help You Cook

Smokescreen in the sea




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The Nightman Cometh Special Edition




The best musical ever written

What is love?

don't forget to turn on the sound...



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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Celebrities Read Mean Tweets #10





10 Countries You Didn't Know Existed





AllTime10s

Times Square 1957




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Link List 9-24-16


10 Facts About 'Idiocracy

 

Idiocracy is returning to theaters just in time for the live version

 

'Hangover-free alcohol’ could replace all regular alcohol by 2050. The new drink, known as 'alcosynth', is designed to mimic the positive effects of alcohol but doesn’t cause a dry mouth, nausea and a throbbing head 

 

QUIZ: How Many Times Has Your Personal Information Been Exposed to Hackers? 

 

15 Movies That Predicted The Future



Above and Below

 

Photo taken by Travis Burke


Succulent window. New Westminster, BC Canada


Garden goals

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Seinfeld Trivia













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Friday, September 23, 2016

The Schmidt Insect Sting Pain Index




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Crocodile steals lawnmower






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Two Bulls Killed Instantly After Headbutting Each Other




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The elevator ride at the World Trade Center tour shows you the architectural history of New York



Here is the video.  It shows the same thing slower so you can notice the changes. You can see the twin towers fade out after 2001.



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Man with Parkinson's showing a before and after of the relief that marijuana gives him





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Alanis Morissette Updates 'Ironic' Lyrics




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haha - she actually addresses the irony of nothing being ironic in the song!

10 Things you didn't know about everyday objects






An adequate warning sign




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Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis: Hillary Clinton




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How does Obama like his coffee? Like him? Weak?
hahaha!

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Reishi Bonsai - Ganoderma Tsugae

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Mushroom Bonsai - How incredibly cool. This one pictured has 10 months of growth.  I must get into this!

Comparisons that put numbers into perspective









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Delhi, India


Delhi, India contains approximately 16 million residents. The neighborhoods of Santosh Park and Uttam Nagar, both pictured here, are home to some of the city’s poorest people and contain its most built-up and densely populated land. Numerous studies have shown a correlation between the wealth of a residential area and its total number of trees and the amount of green space. This Overview is a particularly striking example of that trend.


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Marble quarry in Greece




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9 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Beetlejuice





CineFix

How to Solve A Murder - EPIC HOW TO





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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Everything Wrong With Shrek In 13 Minutes Or Less





CinemaSins

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows - Honest Trailers





ScreenJunkies

John cleaning his gun - Finch objects

Person of Interest is a fantastic show.  The entire series is on Netflix, I recommend you give it a go.


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People trying to drive booted cars







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Boat Crash


This is the collision between the Grand Rodosi and the Apollo S on 8 October 2010, at Port Lincoln in South Australia. It occurred as a consequence of the Chief Engineer making a mistake in engine handling such that the engine continued to run ahead even though the pilot had ordered astern. Luckily the Apollo S was unmanned at the time. It sank shortly afterward.

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Elizabeth Warren goes after Wells Fargo


Pat Bagley says it best.

So okay, let’s stop simply imposing monetary fines for punishment of big money criminals. They laugh at that shit; money protects money.
What these monsters need is hard PRISON TIME, and not the type that resembles vacation spas, either (which is what they usually get).
They must be humiliated in front of the world.
We need to listen and follow the lead of Elizabeth Warren!


It should be noted that Warren is the only member of Senate Banking Committee that has not received campaign money from Wells Fargo.

From this article at NPR.org —
Warren said toward the end of her allotted time to question Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf :
“Here’s what really gets me about this, Mr. Stumpf. If one of your tellers took a handful of $20 bills out of the crash drawer, they’d probably be looking at criminal charges for theft. They could end up in prison.
“But you squeezed your employees to the breaking point so they would cheat customers and you could drive up the value of your stock and put hundreds of millions of dollars in your own pocket.
“And when it all blew up, you kept your job, you kept your multi-multimillion-dollar bonuses, and you went on television to blame thousands of $12-an-hour employees who were just trying to meet cross-sell quotas that made you rich.
“This is about accountability. You should resign. You should give back the money that you took while this scam was going on, and you should be criminally investigated by both the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission. This just isn’t right." 
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