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Started watching at the beginning of this season, currently working my way through older episodes.
Last night's episode was pretty fucked. I thought (hoped?) there was gonna be a nice feel-good moment at the end, and then... there wasn't. ¯\(°_o)/¯
The point is that a tolerant culture can only exist when all parties tolerate each other. When someone's beliefs threaten other members of their community, those beliefs can't be tolerated.
That's not a culture of indignant sides, that's the only tolerance that can last.
NYT goes clickbait.
Interesting read, though.
I have an OG Kindle but I moved to just using the Kindle app on my iPad mini about 2 years ago and I've never looked back. I only ever used either while travelling, so the sacrifice in paper-ness and storage space is far outweighed by the ability to also listen to music & podcasts.
These are just call forwarding codes, lol. They don't "block any form of tracking or diversion."
thenewgreen you'll probably dig this.
The opening chase and the oner right after are masterpieces. This movie solidified Edgar Wright as my favorite director.
I saw it 3 times in theaters.
Sabrina Setlur-- German rapper. This is her most popular song, but it's all solid. Music video for this one is also cool as fuck, especially for the 90s.
LEA-- great sort of pop/electro singer-songwriter. Actually found out about her because I was at a retreat with her drummer, but fell in love with the record (Vakuum). Definitely worth a listen.
Stoppok-- the OG German rocker. Enough said.
Jan Delay-- singer(?). Kind of in the vein of Peter Fox. Funk/reggae I guess?
Seeed-- reggae. Peter Fox's original group. Pretty fun, not my favorite.
3ergezimmer-- jazz fusion. Who said German music had to have words?
Deichkind-- stupid German party rap. This song translates to "riot and rave."
Ohrbooten-- surprisingly good 90s-esque reggae fusion. Love this one for the lyrics: it's basically an anarcho-communist anthem. (Everything for everyone until everything is everyone's.
I'm gonna take a break for now.
E: OOH, also