Film has the capacity to record the great art of acting, and that’s its triumph across this whole century. And we’ve had some extraordinary aesthetics of mimicry that we’ve all been very dependent on. And film can do that and that’s a wonderful thing and I love it and go to it all the time and am deeply involved.
There will never not be a time when white people shouldn be better at anti racist solidarity, thats not an excuse to say they can never have fun.the idea that white people can go off into the wilderness, by themselves, and somehow come out the other side better/stronger allies is nefarious imo. 9 points submitted 18 hours agoidk, i think there is some value in making jarring statements and staking out a clear moral ground, even if it repels people at first, and there at least some residue of that in the “ironic mayocide” meme.Fair enough. I see that as well.
Hidden Lakes Upland Bird Hunt Part IIWe had such a successful mixed upland bird hunt at Hidden Lakes Hunting Resort, we couldn’t fit all the hunting into one episode! So, in this show we revisit Hidden Lakes, in Yantis, near Lake Fork, for the continuation of our very successful and fun mixed upland bird hunt. There’s more great dog work and some pretty decent shooting, as we hunt quail, pheasant and chukar at this fantastic hunting resort. Hidden Lakes is a beautiful hunting destination, close to DFW, with amazing food and wonderful hospitality.
A bit over half of our waste is now reused or recycled after being collected from your house. Materials like cardboard, glass, and plastic bottles are taken to centres like this one, to be sorted and processed. And eventually, turned into new products or packaging..
If Jimmy Kimmel’s first crack at the Oscars was marred by the usual mid show bloat, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences effectively doomed ABC’s chances of pulling out of its ratings tailspin when its members voted for yet another slate of wall to wall art house films. Since its release on Oct. 21, Best Picture winner “Moonlight” has taken in just $22.3 million in box office receipts, making it one of the smallest draws in the history of the Oscars.
In this instance, though, Earl unlocked the studio door and walked in. McLean was standing beside the Club de Mer mockup; James and Habsburg stood by their newer theme model, hearts pumping. Earl glanced at the Club de Mer mockup, then immediately caught a glimpse of the missile/fighter model, leaned forward, did a smooth right turn and made a half circle around the new theme car.