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Corey Shaughnessy
I used to work on robots that shoot lasers into computer brains. Now I work on doping those brains. I support the execution of Nazis.
I used to work on robots that shoot lasers into computer brains. Now I work on doping those brains. I support the execution of Nazis.
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4/20/18
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Hey, guv? I think this says more about your state than it does its teachers.
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I water my garden with the blood of my enemies. #BloodGang #BloodLife #BsUpCsDown #ridetillidie
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Rest in peace, Roscoe. It's not your fault that you died because no one donated to the Oregon Dog Rescue, a no-kill shelter whose donations are tax-deductible. If you'd like to make a postmortem donation in Roscoe's memory, you can here: https://fundraise.oregonhumane.org/CatsAreBetterTBH
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‪I hate people who don't have all of all of their feet. You could say I'm...‬

‪Lack-toes intolerant.‬
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The Backdoor Pilots
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A Quiet Place is not an American movie. Nothing about it feels "American". Every second is as Eastern European as film gets. The fact that it pulls this vibe off so well and sticks to its bit for so long is genuinely impressive.

There is a wonderful blend of painstaking slowness mixed with enough action to never be boring. It's slow when it needs to be. It conveys how life has changed for people old enough to have known the world beforehand and how life has always been this way for people young enough to have grown up with the necessary lifestyle. Adults dancing together listening to music on the same pair of earbuds. A child sitting in a truck that he knows he'll never be able to drive. A Quiet Place is filled with genuine, thoughtful moments like these.

The acting is fantastic all the way through. John Krasinski transitions much better from The Office than Chris Pratt did from Parks & Rec. He carries such a profound sadness and weight and loss throughout. He doesn't have much of a range on display, but he nails what he puts forth. Millicent Simmonds, who plays his daughter, deserves a perpetual standing ovation. She is magnificent and I will eat all of my own poop for the rest of my life if she doesn't go on to have an incredible career in acting. She's so good that it reminded me how sad I get when people think Stranger Things is good because they've only ever shoveled content with literally zero worth into their maw.

Overall, A Quiet Place is well worth a watch. It's an excellent start for John Krasinski's directing and real acting phase. It feels refreshingly foreign while its tender moments speak universal truths.
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