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I took part in my first Legendary raid this week. Spotted a crowd around a Moltres gym and decided to join in. We beat Moltres but I didn't get the catch. Joining a random raid was interesting and exposed me to the community side of the game where people I guess have private chat groups and plan when and where to go raid. I can see where it would be fun if you had a cool group of friends to do it with. The crew I met, not so much. Pokemon Go with redneck dampens the fun.
I don't understand people's love of Mel Brooks films. He's a good example of auteur theory, but his_ jokes_ are repetitive and tired.
Other notable works:
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Ameile and City of Lost Children
Wes Anderson's The Royal Tennenbaums
Les Blank's The Burden of Dreams
Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Neil Jordan's The Butcher Boy
Y Tu Mama Tambien
City of God
Still playing EVE.
Rolling on a freebie account since I don't have much time to play. I manufacture things and have a small trading corporation. Went from having 187m ISK (the in-game currency, aka being "space poor") to just over 1B in liquid assets over the past few months by buying low and selling high. All it takes is logging in for about 15 minutes a few times a week.
Because I'm on a free account, I'm limited to the number of items I can buy and sell at any given time, so finding ways to reinvest my earnings and still earn a decent profit is getting harder due to the limited volume of deals going on where I'm currently at. It's a fun challenge to have. I went from trading cheap stuff like ammo and basic equipment to flipping higher dollar small and medium ships and high-dollar ship equipment.
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