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"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" season 3 teaser trailer

I was late to the party but binged through the first two seasons. If you haven't seen it yet I highly recommend it. Probably should have made my list of top comedies of the 2010s thinking about it.

Posted 19th Aug 2019 @ 21:51

Performance matters

We encounter this type of performance daily. Our barrier to entry obstructed more and more by poor solutions to laws that necessary due to the lack of responsibility taken by Big Tech.

Posted 19th Aug 2019 @ 14:25

The practical ways to reduce your carbon footprint (that actually work)

The topic of buying a new car came up on the weekend but having briefly looked around there's still a lack of hybrid, let alone electric, options to buy. It was easy enough to pick out a petrol mode, but as we already have one hybrid, climate change is something we really be conscious of in our next purchase it would just be nice if manufacturers were as thoughtful or forward thinking as their customers.

Posted 19th Aug 2019 @ 09:00

Stone Cold Steve Austin on Hot Ones

Great guest for the season finale. I have a lot of memories from the early 2000s watching Stone Cold, The Rock, Kurt Angle and many more going at it in the ring so this was a fun one for me.

Posted 15th Aug 2019 @ 21:38

How Football and Grime Music Inspired the UK's Sneaker Culture

Complex's Sole Origins series returned for a second season a few week ago. In this episode they cover sneaker culture in the UK.

I used to visit stores weekly just to look around but since I stopped working in the city over 10 years ago, it's difficult to keep up.

Posted 15th Aug 2019 @ 14:46

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