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Can't think of a nicer way to transform a place that turned people away into a place that welcomes everyone.
 
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Help Beethoven arrange his masterpieces in today’s #GoogleDoodle
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Getting closer to that mythical "Worse anime ever" list #AngelsEgg   #MamoruOshii  
There are worst fates than watching this film. I can't of any but I'm sure Mamoru Oshii can quote me a long dead philosopher who can advise me further.
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Just so you all know. I'll be taking a sabbatical from social media for the next while. Only that will appear will be movie and anime reviews I wrote. Thanks in advance and I'll see you on the other side. 
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Currently sampling the wares in Cafe Crema (Cafe Aroma).

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(UK) Awesome selection of TWO for £10 Blu-Rays http://buff.ly/1QbBPFI
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Ah, good old Adam West. Jovian gravity must have been too much for him.
 
Adam West leads a crew into space hell in Warp Speed!
Warp Speed 1981 Robert Emenegger, Allan Sandler A derelict spacecraft is found with no crew on board. The authorities decide to send a psychic, Dr. Janet Trask (Camille Mitchell), inside to pick up any memories that might be ...
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Max Renn (James Woods) finds a new extreme channel and soon after reality itself is not what it seems for him in Videodrome
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Unemployed film-maker. Professional nobody. Google/Android fanbot.
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I've been going to Hodges Figgis for nearly a decade and while they can be a bit pricey, they can always track something down for you. The staff always know what they're talking about even if they've never heard of your obscure book.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Nestled in between shops near the turn from Abbey Street into O'Connell Street, Cafe Crema (formerly known as Cafe Aroma) is quiet, simple and excellently staffed. One of the cheapest full breakfasts that I've ever paid for in Dublin, the food was well prepared, delicious and was hot throughout. My tea was delivered to my table first quickly followed by my breakfast. From the point when I left the counter after paying to starting to eat, I don't think more than five minutes had passed. The staff are pleasant and move so quickly about their tasks. Design wise, the shop is a straight run, with the counter on your left as you come into the shop. There are newspapers if you're in need of something to read. There's Wifi and the current password should be displayed somewhere (if not, just ask the staff). If the open door onto Abbey Street does not suit you, the cafe has further seating at the back which is in a recessed area so excessive sound isn't a problem. One word of warning: their toilets are located downstairs so if you're in a wheel chair or have reduced mobility, this place may not be for you. One of the nicest discoveries you can make going through Dublin city centre, I think this will be my summer haunt this year.
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reviewed 7 months ago
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Brilliant cinema nestled in a corner of the south side of the city. Food can be pricy but the selection of films they have on offer is as good as Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield. The staff have always been dead helpful and I love going there wherever I have the money.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago