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Creepy children (with malevolent imaginary friends) and some kind of conspiracy. The first episode was good but I wonder if it will hold together as more episodes come out. 
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Episode 8 GoT. The best episode of season (though there was a lot of Great development in the last episode) and probably one of the best in the series to date. It had it all, and that ending... 
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Someone is obsessed... 
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GoT OMG... This season is loaded with great story development and twists. 
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Now I have to catch up
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Never got to see this as a kid (wasn't allowed) and the adult me is kind of glad that child me was spared the nightmares. Aside from some cheesy 80s effects it was pretty freaky (seriously even if it didn't get possessed that clown doll was creepy).

One of my favourite things looking back at 80s movies is how they liked to beat you over the head with a message ("TV is bad" in this case). The only way they could be more obvious would be having an actor turn to the screen and say the message. 
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You were lucky, I did sneak a watch when younger, nightmares for some time after...
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Congratulations Ireland. If a traditionally Catholic country can get there it's really surprising that it's taking so long for more secular countries... 
Referendum result gives yes vote 62% and no 38% as equality minister declares he is proud to be Irish
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+Brian Hartman I think it would be a pretty clear pass in Australia across the board. I don't think the politicians will allow that any time soon though. 
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Interesting show, very odd feel to it. Looking forward to seeing more of it.

Hopefully there is less of Christian Slater as the series goes on though, I saw "Pump Up the Volume" in the 90s and he is either playing the same character or its just him but neither fits the tone of the show very well. 
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+Dean Taig more of an anarchist bent on this one. 
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One of the darkest Indian movies I've seen. No dance numbers and serious subject matter (only 2 hours long as well) definitely not what I'm used to. 
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Very interested to see if this makes its way into (affordable) products. 
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Nice discovery, the latest season of Orphan Black is streaming as a Netflix Original in Finland. 
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+Greg Hortin Yeah, netflix exlusive will be why. It's only 6 or so eps in this season from what I vaguely remember last night after GABS.
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Great read, especially number 3.
What I am finding as time goes on is that we are all secretly Billy Joel.
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I used to love Risk (still have it in a box at home) and love Game of Thrones. I think I want this... 
Experience the classic game of Risk with a Westeros makeover. This Game of Thrones Risk will be hours of fun for you and your friends. Who will win this game of thrones? You will soon find out. The Game of Thrones Risk board game allows you to see who is the strongest house in all the land. T
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Great meals and the best hot chocolate in Melbourne. The service is always good even with the occasional wait to get a table on busy days. My favorite cafe and not just because it's close to home.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
One of my favourite local restaurants, some of the best low cost Indian food that I've had in Melbourne. The service is always quick and friendly, the décor is a bit dated but thats kind of par for the course in Brunswick.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Love this Cinema feels like it hasn't changed since I went there as a kid in the 80's... Nostalgia can be a powerful thing. The screens and sound are better than average and I find the chairs pretty comfortable.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Delicious hearty meal. Great flavours, great chips, what you hope for when you hear Irish food. Wild Mushroom pie is highly recommended.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Great food, cocktails, service and atmosphere. It's slightly more pricy than some of the other restaurants in Bali but it's totally worth it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great selection and variety of delicious food, informed friendly staff, delicious (and far too drinkable) Sangria. Great atmosphere and quick turnaround on orders. A regular favorite.
Atmosphere: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Discovered this place by accident but what a discovery. The decor is a bit odd (seems like it's more suited to a 90s bar). The guy running the place was friendly and prompt with the orders. The food was an absolute stand out. You get the choice between Malaysian, Thai and Singaporean dishes. We went with Singapore Noodles and a chicken and rice dish and they were both full of great flavours and looked fantastic on the plate. There were lots of other great options on the menu as well so I'll have to get back there soon. The pricing was really cheap too at $10 each for the mains. Highly recommended for anyone looking for great food.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago