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2023.05.30 09:30 clementheng Double bed Lady Room

Double bed Lady Room
Clement 60162202886
Room Detail:
Uniqueness of this room n house
1) 5 min walk to UCSI uni 2) 2 min walk to LRT/ MRT bus station, banks, shops n restaurants. 3) CCTV for safety n cleaniless 4) Spacious Sky Garden 5) WiFi 300 mbps 6) Solar Heater. 7) Water Dispenser : Hot n Cold 8) All local Chinese Students with majority females. 9) Fire Extinguisher in every floor 10) Newly n fully renovated house n rooms. 11) Modern n full cooking facilities n washing machine. 12) Fully furnished rooms with wardrobe, bed, mattress, table n chair. 13) Rental inclusive of all utilities, wifi, repair n maintenaice except room eletricity. 14) Super Safe, Comfortable and Clean.
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2023.05.30 09:11 cs-living Master Room at Kenanga Point, Pudu

Master Room at Kenanga Point, Pudu
CK 60122082780
Room Detail:
Kenanga Point Condo room for rent
New renovation Utilities included Fully Furnish Wifi provided Kl city centre Chinese restaurant, mamak, mini mart, laundry, barber shop in facilities floor
  • Easy access to Jalan San Peng which is connected to Jalan Loke Yew and Jalan Maharajalela.
  • Near to Hang Tuah monorail, Pudu LRT station
  • Short distance to Opposite of Kenanga Wholesale City, Berjaya Time Square and Bukit Bintang
  • Near to Kenanga Wholesale City
  • Near to LRT Station & Monorial Hang Tuah
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2023.05.30 08:08 Livid_Note_8621 Where was this photo take? I believe it was London in the ‘70s

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2023.05.30 06:45 eiwjfiejwo bit into my burger and found goblin leg, druids beware

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2023.05.30 06:30 farmer_giles91 12 Days Honeymoon in Tokyo & Kawaguchiko with tips and observations

I just had my honeymoon (originally scheduled for Jun 2020). My wife and I are in our early thirties. It’s my wife’s first time in japan while it’s my fourth. I’ve benefitted immensely from stalking Tokyo travel reddit and would like to return the favour. I’ll provide some of my tips and observations to the end (skip to the end if the itinerary doesn’t interest you), some of which I think haven’t been mentioned before.
Thank God pretty much everything went to plan, and my wife thoroughly enjoyed the trip. We spent 12 days in Japan, most of it in Tokyo and 2 nights in Kawaguchiko. Many people were surprised to know that we’d be spending most of our trip in Tokyo, but I thought it was just fine because Tokyo had a lot to offer. My wife and I aren’t big on visiting shrines or ticking tourist hotspots off a checklist. We don’t shop much, but we did a lot of it simply because it’s Japan and we bought lots of quality-of-life items (not fashion) for ourselves and others. Given how much my wife really enjoyed the trip, I think others with similar interests could find something helpful too.
Pre-trip planning
Planning during the trip
Day 0 (Wed) 17 May - Arrival at Haneda Airport to hotel in Shinjuku. Arrived in Haneda late, about 11pm. Clearance was quick but baggage took 30mins. I had no choice but to cancel my airport limousine and take the metro to our hotel in Shinjuku. I tried Apple wallet’s Suica at first. It worked seamlessly but I felt that a physical metro card was just faster so I eventually switched over. We reached after midnight, so do let your hotel know in advance if you anticipate arriving at odd hours.
Day 1 (Thurs) - Shinjuku exploration. Originally planned to visit Tsukiji on day 1, but given that we arrived late the previous night, agreed with my wife to change the plan and spend the first day doing the Shinjuku itinerary.
Day 2 (Fri) - Kappabashi St., Fabric Town, Akihabara
Day 3 (Sat) - Cooking class in Shinjuku, Shibuya
Day 4 (Sun) - Komazawa Church, Harajuku, Shibuya
Day 5 (Mon) - Tsukiji Market, Ginza Muji/Uniqlo, Tokyo station
Day 6 (Tue) - Tokyo National Museum, Fabric town revisit, Akihabara revisit, Ochanomizu
Day 7 (Wed) - Shinjuku Gyoen Garden, Mori Museum, Ginza Wakamatsu, Shinjuku
Day 8 (Thurs) - Kawaguchiko
Day 9 (Fri) - Fuji Q Highlands, Shimoyoshida Honcho St, Batting Cage
Planning for Fuji Q & Morning Jog: I didn’t plan to go to Fuji-Q highlands before the trip. Always felt it a bit of a waste to visit amusement parks overseas. That’s until I realised that Fuji Q had some of the most exciting (I mean world-record-holding) rollercoasters in the world. Maybe they don't hold the records anymore, but that intrigued me enough, because most amusement parks only had 1-2 coasters. Problem was that wife is terrified, and she said cycling on the streets of Kawaguchiko was already like a coaster ride for her. Still, I'm really thankful she encouraged me to go and said she was happy waiting and taking pictures for me. So I decided I would reach at opening time, and buy time by paying for the fast passes and try their top three coasters. The night before, we felt that we had to make decisions on our itinerary as it was our last day at Kawaguchiko. If Mt Fuji still wasn’t visible the next day, we'd go to Oshino Hakkai, if it was, we could try going to Shimoyoshida to get a nice picture.
Day 10 (Sat) - Kichijoji, Ghibli Museum, Kichijoji Jazz bar
Woke up before sunrise for a run and to attempt to catch a sunrise picture of Mount Fuji. Streets were completely empty. Even ran to the famous Kawaguchiko Lawson for a picture. Headed back for an onsen bathe (note: we never used the room's shower, and always went for an onsen bath throughout our stay in Kawaguchiko as it was just too convenient). Took a 7am bus to return to Shinjuku.
Day 11 (Sun) - Tokyo Sky Tree, Shinjuku, Back to Kichijoji, Shibuya
It was a crazy day where we simply hit the places we wanted to revisit regardless of proximity. Headed to Tokyo Skytree in the morning to check out another Ghibli store in hopes of getting another Ghibli shirt; reason was because I ended up buying one at the museum and absolutely loved (made in Japan, beautiful colour, perfect fit. I hesitated at first because I couldn't try it). If you’re not going to the Ghibli museum, this is probably the best store available for Ghibli goods. Alas, the museum's items were really quite exclusive. Headed to Shinjuku to try curry udon, then to Kichijoji to try satou beef balls and dangos and to make some purchasing decisions on some sports equipment. Then we ended up at Shibuya (my favourite place!) to the mega Don Quijote and Tokyu Hands to shop for gifts for others. It was a lovely end to our trip!
Day 12 (Mon) - Back home
Best trip ever, says my wife.
Tips for travellers
I've decided not to mention the specific food places as far as possible because I think there's more than enough recommendations available elsewhere. I also think sometimes that we get a bit fomo if we build up too many must-go spots. Enjoy your trip and the process of discovering new places! But feel free to ask me more if you like.
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2023.05.30 05:43 PsychologicalPin7722 New knife day! Finally got myself a proper Chinese knife, hand carried over from Taichung Taiwan 🇹🇼. It pays to befriend the folks at your local Chinese restaurant.

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2023.05.30 03:01 Financial_Front_8359 New knife day! Finally got myself a proper Chinese knife, hand carried over from Taichung Taiwan 🇹🇼. It pays to befriend the folks at your local Chinese restaurant.

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2023.05.30 01:24 coldsobanoodles Wine pairing worth is at Restaurant Pearl Morissette?

As the title suggests: heading to RPM in a few weeks. The meal alone is quite the splurge for us.
Is the wine pairing worth it? It's a full $135 more which feels very steep. But it's also not like we'll be going there once a month! Just curious on people's opinions.
Also, for my partner - is the $60 juice pairing also worth it?
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2023.05.30 00:50 Tiger_smash I have the X-T1 and I'm looking for a recipe to create this type of film look. Any recommendations?

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2023.05.29 23:54 Formal_Pea9167 I Watch Paige's Week At Home Blog So You Don't Have To, I'm Serious The Vlog Is Like An Hour Long Don't Do This To Yourself

A day late but we're here, my little cheeto eaters! Remember as always to grab your bingo cards and let's get our little long weekend slumber party going. This whole fucking thing is FORTY MINUTES LONG, you're all lucky that my sibling who was supposed to spend the day chilling at my place has apparently forgotten that plan.

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2023.05.29 21:43 smiler_g New knife day! Finally got myself a proper Chinese knife, hand carried over from Taichung Taiwan 🇹🇼. It pays to befriend the folks at your local Chinese restaurant.

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2023.05.29 17:52 PritchettRobert506 [HIRING] 12 Jobs in MS Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Markow Walker, P.A. Immediate Openings Associate Attorney Ridgeland Jackson
Mississippi State Hospital Immediate Openings Recreation Therapist 09.08.22 Pearl Jackson
Mississippi State Hospital Immediate Openings Licensed Practical Nurses 09.08.22 Pearl Jackson
Mississippi State Hospital Recreation Therapist Pearl
Mississippi State Hospital Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Pearl
Mississippi State Hospital Immediate Openings Licensed Practical Nurses 09.08.22 Pearl Pearl
Markow Walker, P.A. Lawyer Ridgeland
Markow Walker, P.A. Immediate Openings Associate Attorney Ridgeland Ridgeland
Markow Walker, P.A. Attorney Ridgeland
Ladgov Corporation Licensed Practical Nurse Natchez
Ladgov Corporation Registered Nurse Manager Natchez
Oxford Health And Rehab Center Certified Nursing Assistant Oxford
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in ms. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.05.29 15:10 laquintapearl Hotel Pearl, MS La Quinta by Wyndham

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2023.05.29 15:08 subredditsummarybot Your weekly /r/Tea recap for the week of May 22 - May 28

Monday, May 22 - Sunday, May 28


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445 19 comments Picked up this set at a garage sale...
55 23 comments Anyone got an idea what tea this may be??
18 20 comments What is it called when a tea is drying to your mouth? And recs for teas that do NOT do this


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88 16 comments A List of Tea Sellers for Those Who Plan on or Wish to Visit Taiwan
23 4 comments Tea Maker Cleaning Day!
10 18 comments I’m newly obsessed. What else should I try?


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76 4 comments A little help from others can be a great blessing
11 2 comments Tea documentary
10 9 comments 1st flush carbonated darjeeling. The champagne of tea.


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602 9 comments The answer to AI
354 20 comments Hyderabad Chai in India
320 9 comments Took a day trip and picked up a new mug!


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284 15 comments Recently inherited this teapot...
5 7 comments Mystery tea packet for identification
5 5 comments What tea is this?


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119 8 comments 2023 shincha from Tosa Kuroiwa, Sakawa town Yabukita cultivar
37 14 comments W2T 2023 Predawn Dark
31 7 comments These tea buds are beautiful


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91 19 comments Went to Northeast Tea House in Minneapolis
38 11 comments A smidge of tea :)
27 37 comments Anybody else prefer tea at room temperature over hot?


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8 0 comments Kenya tea company suspends operations after protesters burn machines
3 0 comments Opening the wood fired kiln.

Other Posts

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419 36 comments My handmadet mug, holds a litre and a half of tea. Its called "The Enforcer"
350 21 comments Chinese handmade Clay Teapot
306 13 comments [Photo] We all enjoy our tea differently.
273 19 comments [Photo] Treating myself to some Gyokuro Yamashiro green tea this morning for my birthday!
254 16 comments [Photo] Mugs!

Daily Discussion Comments

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7 Larielia said Dian Hong Golden Snail from Teavivre. My morning tea while watching Ms Marvel.
7 iwasjusttwittering said Quia est ut et dolorem soluta deleniti. Ut dolor iure omnis libero veritatis aut fuga dolores. Aut qui nesciunt eius sunt. Labore dolor dolores et sapiente quia ea labore. Et doloremque sed sit est. ...
6 iwasjusttwittering said Assam again after a couple of days. This time, I let it overbrew, because I was looking after a little hyperactive corgi puppy that can't hold pee yet. Priorities. The tea was meh, but at least it did...
6 Chrisvoble said Trying Puer for the first time today, a shou from 2014. Very different! Just on brew 7 in my Gongfu session. Flavors that come to mind are funky graham crackers. Excited to try more, but not sure if ...
6 iwasjusttwittering said Our dog has died of old age, and I'm burying her. It's lots of work, she's large and the weather is quite warm after a cold spring. It doesn't help that I skipped sleep the other night. I've brought ...

Awarded Posts

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16 - 6 comments 1 Gold [Photo] Trying out the "automatic" gongfu tea set today. It can be a bit finicky, anyone ever use one before? Silver needle steeping inside for bedtime.
44 - 9 comments 1 Helpful (Pro) [Photo] Disc golf and gongfucha, a new addiction for me!
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2023.05.29 14:18 mgdpilot Where was this photo take? I believe it was London in the ‘70s

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2023.05.29 13:48 Calibraptor21 Incredibly bad flatulence after moped accident surgery

Age 28, Male, 300lb, Caucasian, USA
Taking Vicodin for pain, but that's about it.
A few months ago I caught some major air time over the hood of an asshole who wasn't paying attention. Several fractured ribs, a broken femur and hip, and a surgery in which I'm told a foot of my intestine was removed.
Due to complications from the surgery, I was forbidden from any drink or food for the duration of my three month hospital stay and was fed through IV.
After I was discharged from the hospital I was allowed to eat solid food again, and that's when it started.
I have been CONSTANTLY gassy. I cannot understate how bad it has been. I have never experienced this level of consistent flatulence before and I fear it will sabotage all of my relationships for the remainder of my life.
The farts are so frequent, lengthy in duration, and borderline painful that I have to check my underwear every 15 minutes to make sure I haven't shit myself, and a lot of the time when I check I HAVE. I'm genuinely considering the use of a diaper, as dehumanizing as it is.
Not to mention the detrimental effect this condition has had on my surroundings and the people I live with. The stench builds up and I've had roommates gag and retch when they pass my bedroom in the hall, I've mitigated it a bit by using air fresheners and opening my window to air things out.
I am not exaggerating when I say that this consistent fucking ass rippage is ruining my goddamn life.
I've stocked up on Gas-X but it's had minimal to no effect, and my diet isn't exactly healthy, consisting primarily of microwave meals and fare from a nearby chinese restaurant, I haven't recovered enough from the accident to cook.
Accepting any and all suggestions to mitigate this problem.
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2023.05.29 10:50 ghostdeep88 H: weapons W: caps for mids, listed wants

All apparel available for trade for any of the below. Can bundle


Tesla 3
uny - 7led / AP - SENT / WWR heavy raider RA, RL
uny - AP - FDC scout CP
uny - AP - HTD fsa CP, RA
uny - AP - SENT heavy combat LA, RA, RL
uny - AP - any 3rd heavy robot CP, RL
Q2590 cryo





B2525 x2
Q2525* x2


AaE15r auto pipe
Bz2525 auto pipe
IE25 pipe revolver
Q50c15r auto pipe
QE25 auto pipe***
Sup50c25 auto pipe
Ts2525 auto pipe
V2525 auto pipe****
VE15r auto pipe


AaE25 ar
BE15r ar
BE15r cr
B2525 cr
B50vhc25 ar
Bz50c25 cr
Sup50vhc25 ar
VE25 cr


AaAP25 nu
B50c25 uc
Jug50vhc25 nu
Q2525 uc***
Ts2525 nu
VE15r (no longer E)




ExeE25 railway***** (lvl 40)
Exe2525 radium
Ext2525 railway
F2525 radium
JE15r railway
J50c25 radium
MsE25 railway
St2525 radium


A2515r Gauss rifle
BE50bs marksman’s sniper rifle
B2525 lever action
F2515r Gauss rifle
FE25 hunting rifle
GourE25 marksman’s sniper rifle
I50vhc25 lever action
V50c15r lever action
VE15r lever action


Aa50c25 10mm pistol
AaE25 10mm pistol
B50c15r gamma
Gour50c25 gamma
J2515r 10mm pistol
St2525 single action
Sup2525 gamma
TroubE25 10mm pistol
Ts2525 gamma
Qap15r gamma**
QE15r 10mm pistol
VE15r 10mm pistol
V2515r gamma***
V50c25 quantum thirst zapper**


AriE25 double barrel shotgun
B50vhc25 double barrel shotgun
BzE15r double barrel shotgun
Gour50c25 compound bow
J2525 combat shotgun
IE25 smg (Tommy gun)
Med2525 smg (Tommy gun)
Qap15r 10mm smg
QE15r combat shotgun
Q2515r assaultron head
TsE25 pump action shotgun
Ts2525 10mm smg


Aa2515r 50. Cal
Aa2525 missile launcher
Aa50c25 nu gat laser
Ari2515r LMG
BE90 50. Cal
B25a15r flamer
B2525 flamer
B2590 gat gun
B2590 minigun
BzE15r minigun
Bz2515r flamer
Bz2590 flamer
Exe2590 gat gun
J25a15r m79
J2515r flamer
MutE15r LMG
Qap15r flamer
Q25fms cryo**
SupE15r minigun
Ts50vhc25 m79**
V25dwa90rw AGL
V2550bs flamer**
V2590 50. Cal


AaSSs mmg
AaSS40 chainsaw
AriSSs guitar sword
BSS25 ripper
Bz4040 shishkebab
Exe4040 power fist
ExtSSs meat hook
FSSs Chinese officer sword
FSSs drill
GourSSs bone club
JugSSs shovel
SupSSs assaultron blade
SupSSs bone club
V4040 drill**
V4090 chainsaw*
V40s drill
VSS40 chainsaw*
VSS super sledge (2 star)
ZSSs pole hook


All have reflex and stabilised stock
Exe50c15r (auto aligned)***
Med50c25 (true flamer)
Q2590 (aligned flamer)
V2550bs (aligned flamer)*
aligned auto x9
aligned flamer
aligned sniper
aligned splitter
stabilised sniper w/recon scope

Aligned flamer barrel x7
Aligned sniper barrel x3
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2023.05.29 10:00 autotldr Malaysia detains Chinese carrier ship for anchoring in its waters without permission, authorities find cannon shells believed to be from WWII onboard

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 37%. (I'm a bot)
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia's maritime authorities on Monday said cannon shells believed to be from World War Two have been found on a China-registered bulk carrier ship detained at the weekend for anchoring in its waters without permission.
The discovery comes amid reports this month that scavengers have targeted two British World War Two wrecks off the coast of Malaysia - the HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse - which were sunk by Japanese torpedoes in 1941, just three days after the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
Following reports of the illegal salvage activity, Britain's National Museum of the Royal Navy last week said it was "Distressed and concerned at the apparent vandalism for personal profit" of the two wrecks.
A ship registered in Fuzhou, China and carrying 32 crew failed to present anchoring permits during a routine inspection in waters off Malaysia's southern Johor state on Sunday, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency said.
Authorities found scrap metal and cannon shells on the ship upon further checks.
Authorities believe those may have been scavenged from the HMS Prince of Wales, the MMEA said, adding it was working with Malaysia's National Heritage Department and other agencies to identify the ammunition found.
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2023.05.29 07:32 laquintapearl Book hotel rooms in Pearl

Book hotel rooms in Pearl
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Pearl is a great hotel to book hotel rooms in Pearl in Pearl, MS. To book a room, you can visit the website at and make a reservation online. We also have a phone number listed on the website if you prefer to call and make a reservation that way.
Book hotel rooms in Pearl
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2023.05.29 07:15 abcvbfgbfg The Cannes movies everyone will be talking about this year

About Dry Grasses
The Cannes Film Festival is the world’s most prestigious, and serves as a launchpad for some of the most important films of the year, from Hollywood blockbusters to masterpieces from filmmakers all over the globe. This year’s Cannes, which concluded on May 27, is no exception.

It’s impossible to see every film at Cannes, of course, but what I saw was mostly great. Here’s a list of films worth watching for, culled from the sample I saw at the festival — a feast of riches from around the world.

In a remote village in the Eastern Anatolian steppes, Samet (Deni̇z Celi̇loğlu) teaches art to schoolchildren, pursues a girlfriend and a transfer to a better locale, and is shocked to find that he and his fellow teacher Kenan (Musab Eki̇ci̇) are the target of accusations from several girls in their classes. The story unfolds over a languid but engrossing 197 minutes, with the eminent director Nuri Bilge Ceylan exploring Samet’s misery and unlikeability with a wry and even generous eye. It’s a gorgeous film, in Ceylan’s typical naturalistic style, and one that follows the novelistic impulse, complete with a self-absorbed antihero at its center.
In the very near future, climate change and environmental degradation have left the world terrified of a roving cloud of highly acidic rain. But this threat is in the background for much of Just Philippot’s thriller Acid, in which a teenager and her divorced parents find themselves thrown together in a race to survive. It’s climate-change fiction, and thus it’s bleak; this is the kind of thriller without a heartwarming moment, instead reminding us that a future in which humanity is slowly exterminated by an unfeeling outside force isn’t one given to generating heartfelt Hollywood moments of connection and solace. In Acid’s future world, you can’t hide, and you sure can’t run, either.
Anatomy of a Fall
Justine Triet’s courtroom drama stars the great Sandra Huller as a writer whose son discovers his father lying on the ground outside their chalet near Grenoble with blood seeping from a head wound. What happened here? That’s the question, and the film slowly peels apart its layers, exploring how truths and facts become fictions in the retellings, whether they’re told in a courtroom or in a novel. Nothing is as objective and straightforward as our enlightened modern legal systems like to pretend, and our cultural prejudices about gender, emotion, and memory are all part of the story we tell. Anatomy of a Fall turns that fact into a scintillating, provocative thriller.
Asteroid City
Wes Anderson’s style (recently an internet fixation) is on full display in Asteroid City, which is ostensibly a background look at the production of a play about a group of people who accidentally end up stranded in a remote desert city around 1955. In actuality, it’s a movie about grief and the ways we try to process it: through anger, through acting, through magical thinking. But it’s also a movie about space, both outer and inner, and how and why artists keep trying to explore it. Anderson isn’t for everyone — frankly, he’s not for me — but this is a movie for the Wes-heads, and Jeff Goldblum’s role alone makes it worth watching.
The Breaking Ice
The Breaking Ice sneaks up on you, a drama about three young people — a finance worker (Liu Haoran), a tour guide (Zhou Dongyu), and a local who works in his family’s restaurant (Qu Chuxiao) — who find themselves spending a weekend together in a Chinese village near the North Korean border. As they roam and see the sights, they discover they have more in common than they expected. Anthony Chen crafts a meditation on trauma and depression, the kind that comes from deferred dreams, lost love, and an evaporated passion for life. The film borders on the sentimental, but never grows too cloying, in large part due to its light touch and charming performances.
Close Your Eyes
Fifty years ago, the venerable and venerated director Victor Erice made his debut, The Spirit of the Beehive, perhaps the greatest Spanish film in history. Close Your Eyes certainly feels like his way of bidding goodbye to the medium. It’s the story of Miguel Garay (Manolo Solo), a filmmaker whose last production was abruptly halted when his friend and lead actor suddenly disappeared without a trace. Now, after years of living in a sleepy seaside village, he has set off on a quest to figure out what happened, and the result is a moving mediation on existence, memory, and cinema’s potential to preserve them both.
Club Zero
Strange things are afoot at an exclusive prep school, where a new teacher (Mia Wasikowska) has been hired to teach a course on “conscious eating” to a group of teens. But as the students fall under her sway, the “conscious” eating rapidly turns disordered and things get extremely culty. Jessica Hausner’s mannered, deadpan film buries body horror inside a satirical facade, using smart ideas about disordered eating — that it’s frequently a response to lack of control rather than about body size — to tell a story about grasping for transcendence in a frightening, confusing world. A few gross-out moments and its generally off-putting demeanor make it not for everyone, but it shouldn’t be ignored.
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2023.05.29 05:22 Filthyphill_96 Date night

Going on a date this coming Friday. What’s a good Chinese restaurant near the airport?
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2023.05.29 04:01 bookmarkjedi Do I have to throw away my CI pan now? Why do people warn against cooking tomatoes in CI? I cooked up tomatoes with two eggs scrambled and a teaspoon of chopped ginger and salt after trying this at an authentic Chinese restaurant (which is so easy to prepare and absolutely delicious!).

Do I have to throw away my CI pan now? Why do people warn against cooking tomatoes in CI? I cooked up tomatoes with two eggs scrambled and a teaspoon of chopped ginger and salt after trying this at an authentic Chinese restaurant (which is so easy to prepare and absolutely delicious!). submitted by bookmarkjedi to castiron [link] [comments]