beer bottle lovers

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  • Discovery Season One review

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    Star Trek, one of the most iconic and influential global television franchises, returns 50 years after it first premiered, with Star Trek: Discovery. The series will feature a new ship, new characters and new missions, while embracing the same ideology and hope for the future that inspired a generation of dreamers and doers.

    Star Trek has had a long history of series that had a rough first seasons, TNG, DS9, VOY, and ENT are all great series on their whole, but their first couple dozen episodes were where they found their sealegs, and at times it felt like they weren’t going to be able to. Star Trek: Discovery had many things working against it: bad show runners (Bryan Fuller can’t seem to get along with anyone involved with both DISCO and American Gods), a fandom that is absolutely RABID about “their” television series, the internet (it’s only been around for 3 of the series), other television shows (this is the first ‘from the ground up’ Trek that’s been serialized along with some kind of mystery box plot), the method of broadcast (only on CBS All Access for Americans, Netflix for the rest of the world, unless you’re in Canada, then it’s on cable TV LIKE GOD INTENDED), and ultimately, the worst enemy it had was it’s own success.

    The first two episodes had no mention nor appearance of the titular ship, had a captain that wasn’t long for the series, and a lead character that seemed to be designed to be hated and divisive both on screen and IRL. It additionally started a war that was originally sold as a huge deal, but they only dealt with it in about 1/3 of the episodes. There’s a lot of canon problems with Discovery and I look forward to seeing how (if?) they resolve them by the end of the second season. The acting for the most part is top notch, but the actors can do only so much with what they’re given. I’m thinking specifically of the final scene of the first season where Michael Burnham (played by the amazing Sonequa Martin-Green of Walking Dead fame), in which she had an absolute cringfest of a speech that made little to no sense in the larger scope of what was happening in the rest of the universe (and her own criminal behavior), but she was able to sell it enough to make it bearable.  I’ve also grown to love Doug Jone’s character, the shade between him and Burnham is delicious.

    I’m hoping that much like other Trek series, season one is where they find their feet and season two is where they learn to run.

    Letter Lady

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  • Marilyn’s Smile

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    Sumo 15th Anniversary

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    Sumo Lounge is hitting their 15th Anniversary (they’re been around longer than MCS!) and they’ve been incredibly kind to me over the years, sending bean bags, chairs, and even a novel inflatable beach chair thing that made me feel weird to sit in and even weirder to attempt to get out of. As part of their Anniversary celebration, a good bit of their stock is on sale and they offered to send me yet another Sumo Sultan, this would be the second one that they’ve sent in the last 10 years, the first is sitting at home in my home office.

    I’ve taken this latest one in to my day job where I sit in a cubical all day long wishing I was a bird or even a lizard or something, anything that didn’t live in a pen for most of the daylight hours, and asked my fellow cubical zombies to give me their opinions on the new piece of furniture.

    Edited to Add: I published this piece too quickly, here’s some comments from my cubical buddies:

    “Don’t you have a job to do?”

    “Yeah I sat in it during our planning meeting, I loved it!”

    “Get away from my desk please.”

    So there you have it, everyone loved the bean bag and everyone loves me too!

    I took some pictures, here’s two of them:

    That’s a 45 inch tv in the background and a normalish sized couch in front of it.  I simply cannot overstate how large the bean bag is!

    Professor Marston & The Wonder Women review

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    Details the unconventional life of Dr. William Marston, the Harvard psychologist and inventor who helped invent the modern lie detector test and created Wonder Woman in 1941. Marston was in a polyamorous relationship with his wife Elizabeth, a psychologist and inventor in her own right, and Olive Byrne, a former student who became an academic.

    Absolutely fantastic story editing and acting by everyone involved, there were many opportunities to move the plot away from uncomfortable subjects or to frame things in a more softer lens. Directed by Angela Robinson, I’m happy she didn’t go that route and instead tackled everything head on. This is likely one of the most emotionally and logically true movie I’ve seen in the last few years, highly suggest to anyone that’s either interested in Wonder Woman’s roots IRL or the benefits of pushing past easy answers to complex problems and situations.

    Painful Enjoyment

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    Coco review

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    coco movie poster 1 691x1024 Coco

    In Disney•Pixar’s extraordinary adventure, a boy who dreams of becoming a great musician embarks on a journey to uncover the mysteries behind his ancestor’s stories and traditions.

    Coco was missing something and I can’t really put my finger on it. It had a story that flowed pretty well and the animation was top notch, but I didn’t feel the emotional punch that normally comes with Pixar films.

    Burger Stack

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    The Titan

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    the titan The Titan

    A military family takes part in a ground-breaking experiment of genetic evolution and space exploration.

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  • Gummy Genetics

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    Tron Evolution game review

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    81TFZNnWicL. AC SL1500  726x1024 Tron: Evolution

    High Mobility Combat – Battle the enemies of the TRON world with your light disc using a dynamic blend of Parkour and martial arts movement on your heroic mission across the Grid.Vehicular Action – Fast paced exciting light cycle racing and combat in the digital TRON world.Bridge the Legacy – TRON: Evolution is the prequel story to the film TRON: Legacy and unlocks mysteries in the rich TRON mythology.Online/Multiplayer – TRON: Evolution has an innovative online experience featuring persistent character progression.Voiceover Cast – Voiceover by actress Olivia Wilde as Quorra, Bruce Boxleitner as Tron, and others to follow

    My first achievement for this game was 12/3/16, then after that day apparently I didn’t pick it back up until a couple days ago when I completed the rest of the game in one sitting. What distracted me from finishing Tron: Evolution? Who Knows! Could have been a dog or a cat, but in reality it could have been ANYTHING because this game was straight up rough to play at some points. There’s a cool backstory here about what happened immediately after Clu attacked Tron and Flynn, the former being captured and the latter escaping and forming a resistance with the ISOs. Shamefully though, it looked like all the cut scenes were recorded at 480p and voice over work was not recognizable, though the store page claims both Bruce Boxleitner and Olivia Wilde worked on the game.

    I could over look both of those if the game elements of the game actually delivered, but I found myself running into broken areas of the game in nearly every level, there was one section towards the end that was a simple wall run + jump to a handhold on another wall that I had to try out at least 40 different times, trying to gauge the distances and jumps. It came down to just dumb luck that I was able to get past that section, but after about the 15th attempt I had to turn down the game sound and turn on some other music just to distract me from the de-rezzing sound and reboot animation that was frustrating me so much.

    This is is skippable if you’re not a huge TRON fan and even then….ehhhhh

    Service Therapy Emotional

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