Room 237 (imdb:tt2085910) is a look at the shining a Stanely Kilbrick film which divides opinion although i find horror films generally flawed (my blog).
Anyhow it was on very early one day which i recorded on free tv. Despite the problems that the film is not the book snob purists many of the fan contributions strike me as plain retarded including the faked moon landings featured person who probably thinks captain kirk is also proof that the moon** does not also exist.
These people strike me as deranged – the last seemed to assume he was going to become a psychopath and copy the film, and the people who watch film backwards seem to be from the bible bashers fringe who did that with elvis and metal music.
Points are made about set too, but these deranged ‘uber fans’ forget about the practicable nature of film making which seems odd. I could poke further holes but it is not nice to make fun of the mentally retarded after all its well known that George Lucas got fed up building two death stars*.
0/5 bananas horror fans really are that retarded. Stanely definitely had the last laugh on these people.
*joke **thats no moon – win a banana skin you can name the film
Meet a ‘regular’. Look if your an idiot who does not get this stuff but sends spam then please do not spam the zoo many many times. I just get interested and call you out for it.
postfix/smtpd[x]: business-information-eu.com[184.108.40.206]: TLS cipher list "aNULL:-aNULL ..."
postfix/smtpd[x]: business-information-eu.com[220.127.116.11]: Issuing session ticket, key expiration: x
postfix/smtpd[x]: Anonymous TLS connection established from business-information-eu.com[18.104.22.168]: TLSv1.2 with cipher ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384 (256/256 bits)
Well they do modern tls at least its not sslv3 testing [you know who you are]. Connected but
policyd-spf[x]: None; identity=helo; client-ip=22.214.171.124; helo=business-information-eu.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; receiver=zoo@zoo
No spf, like that’s really hard ok your spammy, which is confirmed by
postfix/smtpd[x]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from business-information-eu.com[126.96.36.199]: 550 5.1.1 : Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table; from= to= proto=ESMTP helo=
postfix/smtpd[x]: disconnect from business-information-eu.com[188.8.131.52]
No user either, by the way this crowd have been trying this for a long time, i finally blocked them. The moral to the above is that made up email addresses dont work.
In Pakled logic I sense there thing is broken, and need somebody to look for things that make them go (not here).
I have my crimson forcefield (my blog) engaged is yours enabled ? Bananas is smart.
802.15 should be a joy, not just for windows users, or mac users but all users after all its a standard like ethernet, alas this standard has been gang raped by Microsoft.
Bluetooth for cavedwellers makes short range radio communication between say a phone and a headset/computer and mouse etc. Easy ! no wires in theory
Alas some fuck head at bluetooth.org decided that linux compatibly and bluetooth was bad, no doubt theres some pressure from the microsoft to do this so i am very late to this.
It took me about two days of googling for something that might work with linux in the form of a usb adaptor. Thats encouraging isnt it? Lets face it they don’t want people like me using it.
Lets face facts, LInux supports bluetooth, but the people who certify it, dont like to advertise that it does work with Linux.
Seeing as i have become an expert on this crap by accident, i note that windows users also have problems with bluetooth being a number of software libraries and the like, plug and pray time anybody.
Clearly buetooth is not a standard deserving to computer support and it should go back to its ghetto of mobile phone users. I hope that a better short range radio standard is invented and will make bluetooth devices obselete.
I did get bluetooth to work,but i have no intention of embracing this microsift crapware
Its a shame that inteligent people at Bluetooth have fucked it up.
Indeed i could have bought many adaptors to try but thats not the point why should buying something so basic require so much research. if i had windows then the problem of the right software come to play – not easy for anybody