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Still watching Black Spot and I want to talk about a cool scene, so a bit of spoilers. :yum:


so a gang rolls into the town and it causes havoc. The major tells this old lady with a rifle in the episode to put her gun away and go to sleep because there’s nothing to worry about, but the old lady’s all like “yea right”. The next day the major is interviewing a chick she knows is tied to the gang and gets ambushed by two members of the gang. As they’re (major and the chick) being walked back to the gang members’ car, the old lady leans out her window like a damn pro and starts mowing down the gang members, leaning in and out of her window. :joy::rofl::grin: lady was a savage. :joy: thats just one reason why civilians gotta have that weaponry :ok_hand:

show has been an absolute treat. 5/5


For @onLooSe




It is very enchanting!


Season 2 of Black Spot came out today, time to go watch! I can’t wait! :laughing: :ok_hand:


Ugress published a new release on his bandcamp today. Norwegian electronica with some really great tracks to his name. This and many other songs are available for free if you want them.


Sooooo good…


Decided to try L.A’s Finest, a tv show based on Bad Boy’s. It features Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union as the main characters, and is set 13 years after Bad Boys 2. I’ve only watched 2 episodes so far, but I like it. I mean it has the typical cop drama cheese but its got some tone from the movies, and I enjoy that.

Also finished the Arthdal Chronicles (at least I don’t know if they have more episodes coming out for P1) and although it was often over the top, I liked it a lot. Hopefully they do a P2 soon. :slight_smile:


I’ve been going back and listening to Epic Rap Battles of History this past week. I think my favorites are these two. They are just super well written and designed.


@Enki @Agetime I love these two. Have this song stuck in my head since yesterday, when I went to watch Zé Celso’s Roda Viva.

Not sure if you are familiar with the playwright, but he’s a sumidade.


Chico is love :green_heart:


Lovely song … I didn’t checked the whole album when it got released recently, so I missed this unfortunately :slight_smile:
And x2 unfortunately I will miss their concert at friday on the Hills of Rock festival along with my all time favorites - Children of Bodom in the same day, but it is what it is…

Recently started to watch Stranger Things by Netflix when I feel too tired to even try to play games. I’m really surprised it’s pretty decent and mysterious and not influenced by Game of Thrones at all (major +) :smiley:. I was sceptical by being a story around children (of course children cast) but they play amazingly… so far it’s great at the end of season 1.


Watched the latest episode of Arthdal Chronicles. All I can say is…they better not have done what they are saying they did. Uh uh. NOPE. Y’all can’t do that to me. :laughing:

Finished S2 of Dark and it was CRAZY! haha loved it, worth the wait. It left so many new questions though, and now I have to wait 10 years for S3. lol So I’m either starting up Unit 42 on Netflix next, hope its good, or will start Leila. Hmm.

Finally, heard this on Spotify:

Oh my gosh! So you’re liking Stranger Things? Yay! And ah, GAH. Now I want to rewatch it! :laughing:


Maria Bethânia is a musician who marked my childhood :blush:, I remember when I went to São Paulo with my father (who admires her a lot) it was common to always end up listening to some songs from her :heart_eyes:

I have to admit i do not know much about Zé Celso’s works (although I’m sure I’ve heard his name a few times), but hey, i saw in the article that they updated the play, and how was?? :bouquet:


I’m trying really hard to enjoy the recent Godzilla anime trilogy…but…I don’t think I find Godzilla particularly interesting…halfway through the second and I kind of feel like giving up.


Well I skipped Unit 42 and Leila, and started Poldark (2915) on Amazon. I love it. Historical period pieces are really hard to find, but when I do find them, I get attached to them so quickly. :laughing:



I’ve been watching a Spanish show on Netflix called Locked Up. I wasn’t sure if I liked it at first because of the main character being a naive woman who lets people walk over her and walks into the stupidest of stuff, but she starts to slowly grow in her time in prison into someone stronger. I’m not on board with a lot of the story directions they have been taking (the main plot) but overall its not bad really.

Saray, Zulema and Curly are my favorites because they are written consistently and sold on camera very well to their characters. They each bring a different sort of life to the show.


^reminds me
7 Seeds is just… mindnumbingly stupid :confounded:
no clue how the manga compares, but just given this plot, i’d assume it’s equally painful attempting to bend suspension of disbelief enough to follow that too :man_facepalming:


Oh my gosh, I tried it too, and every episode I either felt like I was watching random stuff every five minutes (and was confused) or they were doing really stupid things every scene. So bad. Which is a shame, too, because the premise is really promising.