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About ooo

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Personality

  • MBTI
    INTJ
  • Global 5/SLOAN
    RCOEI.
  • Brain Dominance
    4

Converted

  • Occupation
    Lurkin.
  • Interests
    Larkin.
  • Personal Text
    No hallowed skein of stars can ward, I trow, Who's once been set his tryst with Trystero.
  1. Saw it. Excellent. My favourite still are Stalker and Solaris though. The Sacrifice, too. All marvellous.

    Currently reading (slowly) his Sculpting in Time.

  2. >:/ derp. Incorrectly thought you'd seen it... which is why I mention it.

    Guy in red-lined cape looms over fallen man choking on 2 baht coin in middle-income generic housing unit stairwell in broad daylight.

    Sounds pretty cool, tbh.

  3. I must see it, then, to see how it measures up to low budget Thai horror films of the early 90s. Guy in red-lined cape looms over fallen man choking on 2 baht coin in middle-income generic housing unit stairwell in broad daylight.

  4. To film editors, romantic couples, and Al Gore everywhere. It was... phenomenal.

    "Man, that was a good movie— An Inconvenient Truth!"

  5. Please don't hate me.

    Would you recommend it?

  6. So, I watched Birdemic.

  7. Not generally a fan of stand-up either. The best I've heard was probsly Christopher Hitchens. Stewart Lee and Louis c.k. are also acceptable. Dave Chappelle, sometimes, maybe.
  8. Are you addressing me?

  9. Also make sure to see The Mirror, if you haven't. Probably his greatest.

    Thanks for the Chris Marker's Andrei Arsenevich reference.

    mhm.

  10. Stalker was mind blowing too — I can't help but see it as prescience of the Chernobyl disaster. Thanks for the Chris Marker's Andrei Arsenevich reference.

  11. Tarkovsky ftw. Just checked out Stalker as well as Chris Marker's Andrei Arsenevich [homage to Tarkovsky] on dvd from the library, actually.

  12. Ooo. Cool name