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January 31, 2019

What Made the Disney Renaissance Era so Special?

Posted by the Flea at 03:44 AM

The Sea Life - David Bowie

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January 30, 2019

Matthew Colville - The Sandbox vs the Railroad, Running the Game #12

Posted by the Flea at 12:10 PM

Hannah Kate - Cry July

Posted by the Flea at 12:08 PM

January 29, 2019

J.R.R. Tolkien 1892-1973: A study of the maker of Middle-Earth (1996)

Narrated by Judi Dench.

Posted by the Flea at 06:46 PM

Wandergesellen

"The night before setting off from home, a future journeyman traditionally hosts a party to say farewell to family and friends. In the course of the night, a hole is made in his or her earlobe for an earring to wear throughout the journey. Tradition holds that anyone who breaks the rules will have the earring torn out, marking that person with a cleft lobe, or a “split-ear,” a term long since adopted in the German language for a crook.

"The morning after the party, the neophyte buries a memento near the boundary of his or her hometown, then climbs over the city limits sign to fall into the arms of fellow journeymen who have gathered to see the new traveler off before they resume their own journeys."

Posted by the Flea at 06:45 PM

Of Monsters and Men - Love Love Love (Live on KEXP)

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January 26, 2019

I Was Born There: Torngat Mountains National Park

Posted by the Flea at 11:14 AM

Townes Van Zandt - Tecumseh Valley

Posted by the Flea at 11:12 AM

January 24, 2019

Zizek in the clinic

"Zikek sits in a quiet, dark room, an indistinct stain running down his burgundy T-shirt. His blue jeans faintly smell of stale hamburger.

"He has a client. Uninitiated."

Posted by the Flea at 01:28 PM

Imagine Dragons - Bad Liar

Posted by the Flea at 01:27 PM

January 23, 2019

Film Theory: Harry Potter, More Voldemort than Voldemort!

Posted by the Flea at 07:24 AM

“The cream of life,” he repeated.

Things like this happen sometimes,” I told him. “Inexplicable, illogical events that nevertheless are deeply disturbing. I guess we need to not think about them, just close our eyes and get through them. As if we were passing under a huge wave.”

Posted by the Flea at 07:22 AM

2CELLOS - Thunderstruck

Posted by the Flea at 07:21 AM

January 21, 2019

SRF Sternstunde Philosophie - Slavoj Žižek: Down with ideology!

Posted by the Flea at 07:18 AM

Jane Zhang - The Diva Dance

Posted by the Flea at 07:14 AM

January 20, 2019

Le Serpent (1973)

"Vlassov (Yul Brynner) is a Soviet spy. In France, Vlassov defects. He is whisked to the U.S.A., where Allan Davies (Henry Fonda) takes over the case. After polygraph tests and cross-examinations, Vlassov names several Western European agents who are also spying for the Soviets. Davies wants to take the listed agents into custody; meanwhile, those on the list start dying under mysterious circumstances."

Posted by the Flea at 07:28 PM

Kiko King - Cocoon

Posted by the Flea at 07:24 PM

January 18, 2019

The Met - Building the Moroccan Court

Posted by the Flea at 09:24 AM

Glenn Gould and Leonard Bernstein: Bach's Keyboard Concerto No. 1 in D minor

Posted by the Flea at 09:20 AM

January 17, 2019

Aerial - New Zealand

Posted by the Flea at 07:59 AM

Lennon Stella - Fortress

Posted by the Flea at 07:57 AM

January 15, 2019

The Conservation of The Assassination of Archimedes

Posted by the Flea at 11:14 AM

Boniface - Fumbling

Posted by the Flea at 11:12 AM

January 10, 2019

The Ultimate Comparison

"Rolex and Omega, two brands that are at the pinnacle of modern dive watches, with the Rolex Submariner 116610 often being regarded as the Benchmark, for which others aspire to. But Omega are looking to set the benchmark themselves, and at Baselworld 2018, Omega announced the release of an updated Seamaster Diver 300m, in what can only be described as a compelling package, one that is sure to earn some attention away from Rolex.
So how does the Seamaster Diver stack up against the industry benchmark the Rolex Submariner 116610LN?"

Posted by the Flea at 06:14 AM

Big Pig - I Can't Break Away

Posted by the Flea at 06:12 AM

January 09, 2019

Kire Paputts - Coffee Time (2014)

"Toronto has lost yet another staple Coffee Time. Though the dying coffee chain has been singing its swan song for what feels like forever, regulars of the 25-year-old location at Coxwell and Gerrard are lamenting its closing this past Wednesday."

Posted by the Flea at 03:54 AM

Sierra Ferrell - Rosemary

Posted by the Flea at 03:52 AM

January 08, 2019

Earth II (1971)

"Earth II was a 1971 pilot, aired November 28 (and released theatrically outside North America), for a television series about a colony established in orbit around the Earth."

Three men are launched from Cape Kennedy in a typical Apollo style launch; a "Red Chinese" agent is killed in the water nearby before he can sabotage the rocket launch.

The President (Lew Ayres) of the United States announces that the three men and their ship will be the nucleus of a new nation, and asks Americans to turn their lights on that night to show support for the project. The astronauts take photos of the Earth's surface as they orbit, to be processed later to determine the level of public support for the idea. The results indicate widespread support for a new nation in outer space.
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Claire Guerreso - Ashes

Posted by the Flea at 04:17 AM

January 05, 2019

Emily Graslie - Why did King Tut have a flat head?

"Artificial cranial deformation, or head binding, is a practice carried out by cultures all over the world, and throughout time. Dr. Robert Martin talked to us about how the tradition was implemented by figures of high status in Ancient Egypt."

Posted by the Flea at 12:03 PM

The English Beat - Mirror In The Bathroom

Posted by the Flea at 12:01 PM

January 04, 2019

Odyssey: A Star Wars Story (2018 Fan Film)

Posted by the Flea at 01:18 PM

Otava Yo - About Ivan Groove

Posted by the Flea at 01:14 PM

January 01, 2019

Jung's Nightmare of Watches

"Except for one sentence pierced by the explicit word 'reality,' almost nothing of what will be told here happened in the distant summer of 1926, when Carl Jung, the psychoanalyst, gave his mistress a gift: a wristwatch without a minute hand. He asked her to wear it even in her sleep, because this watch, so he said, measures the time of love."

Posted by the Flea at 10:25 PM