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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Jan 3, 2021.
I never saw the last one. Didn’t like the second one. Really liked the first one.
Nick Cage is great in that movie!
Nope, Cage was fucking awesome in Braveheart
What’s the before trilogy in the first place?
Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight. Three movies about two people’s relationship each filmed nine years apart. The cast for the first two is basically just Delpy, Ethan Hawks, and extras while the third adds a few other sparsely used regular cast members.
Like Nandor the Relentless said, the first one is set in 1995 and it catches a lot of that mid-90’s zeitgeist.
Hawke is an American traveling Europe it began to reconcile itself post-Cold War. He meets Delpy on a train as she is traveling back to Paris where she lives.
He has to fly out of Vienna the next day and convinces her to get off the train in Vienna. He has no money, just a return ticket to the US, so they spend all night walking the streets of Vienna until he catches his plane at sunrise.
It’s almost exclusively dialogue, but it’s really well written.
I won’t spoil the second one, because it’s a twist at the end of the first.
Do your family members call you by your first name, middle name or a nickname?
Mine call me by my middle name
Shortened version of first name
Full first name. Mine doesn’t really have any shortened versions or variations.
Same with me, which I've always categorized as a nickname.
I'm the III, my Dad was a different shortened version of the full name, both I and my son, IV, were full name.
Damn Linklater really likes using ethan in roles like this
Boyhood was awesome too
We're a steppe region
No Trey or Tripp?
We are Yankees.
Living in the South now, it amazes me how frequent the middle name thing is.
I am, though, inspired to start calling my son "quad".
Or Ivey. Maybe add his first initial. Mivey or Rivey or whatever.
Me, my dad and granddad all have same first name but go by different variations.
(Thomas, Tom, Tommy )
Would you rather have:
Permanent mitten hands - each hand has a thumb and one wide, flat digit that has the same joints as a normal finger
4 regular fingers on each hand, but no thumbs
This is exclusive to you, the rest of the world is regularly digited. Technology exists exactly as it does today. No prosthetics, surgeries, or body modifications are available.
Couldn't play guitar with either setup
Give me #2 because I could still play piano at least
I can jerk off easier with mitten hands than I probably could with no thumbs...so I choose mitten hands
Hope Mrs celemo is into fisting
You have clearly never asked for geographical information from a Michigander. We all have mitten hands.
I love these kinds of venue set up/turnover time lapses.
Scoop! There it is!
Can someone with some skills do me a favor and change the Van Halen VH logo into a WH in the Waffle House yellow?
graphic design legend Nandor the Relentless should be able to help
Best I could do on short notice
Perfect, that's all I needed. Thank you!
Artoo running text game early this morning
El Mago approves
To be clear, I do not actually go by Trip or Trey
Up north it's Tim, Rick, Rob, Jim
Down south it's Timmy, Ricky, Robby, Jimmy
Has anyone ever dealt with canine cognitive dysfunction (dog dementia) in their dog?
Whatever you say, Trip. Maybe if you stopped lying, college chicks would start giving you the time of day
Anyone else having issues posting on mobile? When I click the message area it freezes up. Might just be because of a Chrome update that hit my phone tonight
yeah, i put mine in the microwave for a few minutes and now its working again. that's what i recommend
I have to listen to this at least once a week... what a legend
No but it sounds horrible. You’re in Tampa right? Have some good friends that are vets around the area who are awesome, even though I’m sure you already have one
We moved to Jax about two years ago. But, yeah, it’s an awful situation. Our boy will be 13 in a few months. He’s always had separation anxiety but his problems have gotten worse. He has all the telltale signs of cognitive decline: agitation, confusion, stares into space. To make matters worse, he nipped at my wife the other day when she was leaving the house and bruised her leg. The vet told us it’s a significant milestone because once a domesticated dog loses that inhibition, they’re likely to do it again. My kids are 9 and 4 and always jumping on him, so I’m afraid he could bite them. We’re trying a few meds to help with the confusion and anxiety, but if that doesn’t work, we’ll have a tough decision to make.
From my experience there isnt much you can do sadly. Just medication, which is 50/50 at best.
I’m sorry man
Thanks. It’s been a tough few days. The vet prescribed selegiline and gabapentin. I’m hopeful, but at his age, it’s only a matter of time.
both meds help calm the mind. selegiline with the anxiety and gabapentin with the pain. pretty typical.