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Re: Interesting Documentaries - Post your favorites
« Reply #68 on: February 08, 2022, 05:11:39 PM »
 

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Hi!

* The Biggest Little Farm *

Absolutely loved this documentary.

Show's you what can happen when you create and allow the natural diversity of nature.

If you're in to being natural and having fun with nature, this one's for you!



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« Reply #67 on: March 13, 2021, 02:49:15 PM »
 

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We do not hunt with bows here, it is illegal. One man at the club is French he travels usually between mainland and here, he hunts where it is allowed he uses the compound bow. So I know it is popular in some countries.

I use a left handed bow, called Mybo Elite, it is a recurve ILF bow. I shoot barebow. I have recently moved to 26lb draw weight.
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Recurve archer here too. Shakespeare Super Necedah 50 lb and Bear Kodiak 55 lb. Missed hunting this year though, but spring accuracy and distance trails opening just north of here in Wiconsin late next month for practice and nice hiking. Wisconsin is great for outdoor archery activity. I bought my bows in the seventies and they still function perfectly and have not decreased in pull and still look really cool. One of my few outdoor hobbies.

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In May One launch a women's Atomweight Grand Prix series of contests. Who wins that will challenge Angela Lee for the title when she returns from maternity leave later this year.

Mostly I watch One MMA, and recurve archery.I do archery at sports excellence centre, I train with the national coaches and instructors, I began last year. I enjoy it 
At the venue they also do all the Gaelic sports, soccer, rugby, and they are currently building a boxing venue it will be for training and also they will host boxing events there, they are also building 12 more pitches for the Gaelic games, rugby and soccer, and a hotel for visiting coaches and athletes. It is funded by Irish here and Irish American people, there will be some interchange of coaches and athletes from 2022/23.
 

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« Reply #64 on: March 12, 2021, 08:25:03 PM »
 

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I really enjoyed that MMA video. Womens soccer, rugby is awesome too.

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Watch a few videos of this guy and... W0W! Fun with science! He explaines for the not-so-sciency peoples! ;)
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« Reply #61 on: December 12, 2019, 03:02:08 PM »
 

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Woah! I think sometimes people take TheMatrix a bit too deep/seriously. ;)
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar! But hey, Spieldberg/Lucas also made a living on those types of "maybe's" for decades and turned out pretty well, so... no complaints! Hehe!

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That is what luxury merchandise is about. To sell you something empty or of little practical value, marketing it as something you ever wanted. Because hey, if it is empty, means you can fill it up with whatever you can, right? It is your Disneyland. It is your fantasy. The problem is, I am selling you something empty, but you have to pay like it was already a Disneyland. In the end, in survival terms, you end up with a useless thing. Every value we know of, is part of a communication network and if there is nobody to recognize the specialty of what you have, you probably have either nothing much useful or something not far from the basic setup in finest case.
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Woah! I think sometimes people take TheMatrix a bit too deep/seriously. ;)
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar! But hey, Spieldberg/Lucas also made a living on those types of "maybe's" for decades and turned out pretty well, so... no complaints! Hehe!

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« Reply #59 on: December 12, 2019, 05:14:31 AM »
 

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The Matrix spoilers ahead.

There are certain documentaries, proving that the 'chosen one' in The Matrix - from the saga perspective - was actually reborn agent Smith, not Neo, despite appearances. Neo, nonetheless, was the carrier of a story, the Nietzschean 'man' - a bridge of a sort, meant to bring us the drama.

Anyway, what is the 'matrix'? Matrix is a noetic thing, meaning, it exists in your mind and somehow because of your mind. Meaning, it is not just an intellectual item, as it exists beyond any particular thinking of it. Matrix is also a cage of a kind. But is this cage purely idealistic, a 'Kingdom of Heaven' of sort, which the truth of we may or may not verify only once after death? Idealism, is interesting, but it does not apply.

The 'matrix', is a socio-psychological status quo, engineered by worldly elite, in order to bind the masses - primarily those of particularly repressed characteristics - within a belief regarding self inferiority.

The 'matrix' exists, because you believe in it.

But there is more than pathological logic - an oxymoron - to be fought against, as there is also the social momentum, working as a perpetuum mobile for upholding the status quo, the very status quo of systemic violence. Fatal addiction of a kind?

But the 'matrix', is also a shelter. The shelter, against what? Is there a reason in social fear of the unknown? What is to be discovered, if to crown oneself rightfully as a proper only ruler of the creation?

Is it actually worth to become the synergy itself?

I think that if it is expensive, it must not be worth it.
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Something perhaps in the Day of the Dead mood - let us pay respect to human fate and suffering:

 

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Last time I used DuckDuckGo was searching for something political. And the results seemed conservative bias. So I stopped using it.
I used to use Google majority of my life, because it displayed search results that somehow matched what I wanted to see - maybe the case of getting adjusted - nonetheless, having tried DuckDuckGo, I found it also pretty much prioritizes the results I think are most adequate, but furthermore with DuckDuckGo being more concordant with the GNU philosophy, I have switched to it.

Fight the dominating figure.
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Last time I used DuckDuckGo was searching for something political. And the results seemed conservative bias. So I stopped using it.
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Not a documentary, but a conspiracy theory material. Quite probable one. Certainly the missteps of the targeted entity are exaggerated for the sake of scandal - thus a handy promotional feature for the material itself - albeit, by intuition, there must be a grain of truth to what is being told. Simply, because we talk about a monopolist, controlling the crushing majority heartbeat of the entire Internet existence, which is, the browsing and the information research. Search engines lie at the bottom of everything that is Internet.

The subject is, DuckDuckGo versus Google.

 

 

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