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Bad critic reviews and only ok audience reviews. For entertainment, it was satisfying to see Arnold back as the Terminator. As a Terminator film, it was pretty weak. Simply hard to surpass or even match films 1 & 2. Simple advice here, wait for video release to get your Arnold reunion fix.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/terminator_genisys/
Critics Consensus: Mired in its muddled mythology, Terminator: Genisys is a lurching retread that lacks the thematic depth, conceptual intelligence, or visual thrills that lau...
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WOW, if you don't have any of the Borderland games, this is an awesome deal! And it helps charity!

Pay about $6 or more and get 1 and 2 plus DLC! Pay $15+ and you get the season passes and upgrade packs!

https://www.humblebundle.com/
Get Borderlands 1 & 2 plus loads of DLC, and support charity!
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So I often here "Realist = Pessimist". Isn't that person then admitting that reality is gloomy and dismal. Which in turn would make themselves a pessimist? And if people view a realist's view as pessimistic, what does that say about the state of society? 

BTW, I consider myself an optomistic-realist. And not because of this article.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/26/realistic-optimists_n_3816827.html
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Google Photos (picasa) can now be merged with Google Drive, which simplifies Photo organization. But not not affect storage limits in Google Drive. Also, Google Photos have 2 storage rules. High Quality photos have no storage limit. And Original quality photos have a 15 GB limit. I haven't found out what the definition is of "High Quality". But you can either have Google resize them as High Quality for unlimited photo storage. Or upload them without the conversion and they might count against the 15 GB limit.
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Wow, at $35 this is workout out perfectly for me! I just replaced an unsightly CAT5 cable no the ground running to the entertainment center. Paired with my AC wireless ASUS RT-AC68U, this gets me my full ISP speeds of over 160 Mbps! The PS3 and PS4 have wireless built in, but slow N and G speeds. And my TV computer doesn't have wireless. For about the cost of a decent USB Wireless AC adapter, I now have 4 ethernet ports to use at the Entertainment center. Interconnected with the built in Gigabit switch. I was considering PowerLine networking, but even the once costing 3 to 4 times this, get much slower real world speeds. So a huge cost savings AND speed! If you have AC wireless and can't or don't want to run Ethernet cable, this could be a good solution for you as well. As long as you have AC wireless and good signal where you want this. Otherwise if Wireless signal is an issue, you are stuck with Powerline adapters. Which is a great option when wireless is bad and you can't/won't run cable.

If you get this unit, make sure to update to the latest firmware before using it. Poor reviews are due to using the out-of-the-box 1.0.00 firmware.

http://www.amazon.com/Linksys-Wireless-AC-Universal-Connector-WUMC710/dp/B0090DX8O8
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The Diamond Celebration is almost around the corner. Check out this exciting page to see historic photos as original rides and places at Disneyland have grown over the last 60 years!

https://diamond.disney.go.com/
Disney Diamond Celebration 60th aniversary
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2 billion dollars, early start in development, should have been released in Q4 2014, and yet they still couldn't release this in Q4 2015 for the holiday season?! Q1 2016 either means March 2016 or it gets delayed to Q2 2016. Steam's HTC designed VR looks pretty good. So I wonder how these 2 will compete in price and function.

https://www.oculus.com/blog/first-look-at-the-rift-shipping-q1-2016/
Since the earliest days of the Oculus Kickstarter, the Rift has been shaped by gamers, backers, developers, and enthusiasts around the world. Today, we’re incredibly excited to announce that the Oculus Rift will be shipping to consumers in Q1 2016, with pre-orders later this year. The Rift delivers on the dream of consumer VR with compelling content, a full ecosystem, and a fully-integrated hardware/software tech stack designed specifically for v...
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If you can spend a little more on your next laptop. This is an amazing deal on a 14" gaming laptop with 4 GB video card. $850 after coupon, from it's $1600 price tag! Full HD res anti-glare screen! 16 RAM and 512 GB SSD! AC wireless and more.

http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/lenovo/y-series/y40-80/?sb=:000001C9:00013D93:&cid=us:display:lztq1y&dfaid=1&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=ign-deals#tab-tech_specs
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Summer sales are coming to an end. Grab Terraria for only $2.49, on either GOG as a DRM-Free purchase. Or on Steam. Or both since it's only $2.49 and the regular price is $9.99

https://www.gog.com/game/terraria
About: Dig, Fight, Explore, Build: The very world is at your fingertips as you fight for survival, fortune, and glory. Will you delve deep into cavernous expanses in search of treasure and raw materials with which to craft ever-evolving gear, machinery, and aesthetics?
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Well protein pancakes were a big failure.

Main ingredients: 1 Banana, 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1 scoop protein powder, 4 egg whites. Topped with Greek yogurt mixed with peanut butter and cinnamon/honey.

Would have tasted better to eat all of that separately.

http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/8-high-protein-breakfasts-you-must-try.html?mcid=SM_facenutrition
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I hate glossy screens, but this is an amazing laptop deal for anyone looking in the $500 range. A 1080p 8GB i7 laptop with AC wireless and bluetooth for only $499 after coupon with free shipping! And a quality Lenovo brand as well!

http://www.techbargains.com/news_displayItem.cfm/452941?source=ignbdt&utm_source=ignbdt&utm_medium=referral
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I just went to Bell Honda for the first time. While it is closet to my home, I have generally been going to another Honda Dealership close to work. I took my 2003 Odyssey to Bell Honda for recall work and transmission fluid exchange. While I have had good experiences with various Honda Dealers and Service centers, my service advisor Brian Appleton, and the tech that worked on my van, Jacob Murillo, really made this visit stand out. I wanted my transmission fluid exchanged per the maintenance schedule as I am going to Disneyland in the near future. With service schedules in mind, I was asked about my timing belt. I didn't have that listed in my personal records as I am the 2nd owner. Brian was very helpful by contacting a dealership in California. Where he pulled up more records and found that the last time the belt was replaced, was also the first time. Back at 86k miles. Since I am at 161k miles, I was way overdue for a new timing belt. Had Brian not taken the time and effort to ask about my maintenance history as a new customer to their dealership, I could very well be stranded on my trip to Disneyland. At the same time, he was helpful in making sure other items were inspected and replaced using the same labor cost under the timing belt replacement. This of course is nothing new for any good shop to provide, but he also made sure they were competitive with non-dealer prices so I could do everything at one time. Which not only made sure I didn't spend more than I had to, but also that I didn't have to deal with more time without my van and going all over the place. Likely duplicating labor cost. Jacob Murillo, the mechanic, spent extra time at not cost to me, to make sure repairs where done correctly. While he did run into an issue, he made sure that was not an excuse to rush things. Both Brian and Jacob showed me what quality service and repair is all about. And that is something that really stood out to me above my other experiences. Which those Honda experiences where great as well, but this one was even more and I appreciate the extra effort that came from both of them. As much as I have had good experiences at Honda service centers, I really want to thank Bell Honda for having people like Brian Appleton and Jacob Murillo. It does make a noticeable difference, even when it's excellence all around from Honda service centers.
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