Becoming critical

I remember I used to love every book I read. Now I find it harder to do so. Probably this is a consequence of reading a lot of books. I have a higher baseline of quality. I also have seen so many plots/ideas/character types that they don't impress me or excite me anymore. Whatever it …

Game of thrones season 7 episode 02 spoilers

So does Grey Worm have a worm or not? Screw all Greyjoys except Yara We've been overdue for some Varys awesomeness and boy is he awesome. He knows just what to say to make Dani like him. Such a pro. I was the only one in my viewing group that was sad Arya turned back …

Valerian and the city of a thousand planets (2017)

I wanted to see this movie, based on this graphic novel, because it looked like an original idea, and we usually get about one of those per year among the tide of super hero sequels, remakes, reboots, and brand name movies. It was pretty original, and had lots of elements I hadn't seen before. It …

Steam

Is very pretty when the sunlight hits it at the right angle. I've noticed this while making my coffee in the morning the past few days. The first time I was just staring, wondering how I never noticed steam in my life until now. But I guess steam + sunlight isn't so common an occurrence, …

Game of thrones, final season, ep 1

What a delicious banquet! Spoilers of course... I find it hilarious that after six seasons of building up the importance of the wall, and how its mankind's last defense against the night, and how critical it is to keep it armed and so on--the zombies just walk around it. (according to the Hound's vision, anyway) …

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