Dating Peter Pan

Are You Dating a ‘Peter Pan’? eharmony Staff. September 2, 2011. Guys who don’t want to grow up can be fun—but can they be The One? Danielle voiced a concern that seems prevalent among single women these days: “I’ve been dating Rick for a year, and he’s lots of fun. You might say his life is devoted to fun. Dating. Fuck Peter Pan Men: Who They Are And Why You’re Wasting Your Time By Janne Robinson Updated August 27, 2018. Sivar Waves. By Janne Robinson Updated August 27, 2018. Sivar Waves. We are in a Peter Pan man epidemic. “Typically, Peter Pan Syndrome is the personality of a man who is stuck with the immature desire to only experience the adventures of a Never Never Land-like life, without having to take responsibility for his actions or his future,” said Coltrane Lord, Intimacy and Relationship Expert and Author of Love Avatar and The Kinky Vanilla Love ... Dating a Peter Pan Cathy Hayes, a 43-year-old marketing and public relations director based in Florida, had been dating her boyfriend for about five months when she started to see a pattern emerge ... OK, for all his lost boy bad attitude, there’s something we can’t help but love about dating a Peter Pan. There’s a reason people will tell you to get in touch with your inner child – that immaturity is paired with a wonderment for the world and a spontaneity that people often lose when they reach adulthood. How someone with Peter Pan Syndrome behaves in a relationship. Dr Ortega says: ‘It can be hard to navigate a relationship with them, as their pattern of thinking and feeling is well ingrained in ...

(SELLING) Added lots of NEW codes. RESTOCKED on 4K Disney + 4K Marvel + 4K Pixar titles for iTunes. TV Shows + Collection Sets. Lots of NEW DISNEY HD titles for GooglePlay and iTunes. Lots of 4K titles at bottom of list.

2020.10.22 23:57 Mafnas22 (SELLING) Added lots of NEW codes. RESTOCKED on 4K Disney + 4K Marvel + 4K Pixar titles for iTunes. TV Shows + Collection Sets. Lots of NEW DISNEY HD titles for GooglePlay and iTunes. Lots of 4K titles at bottom of list.

CURRENTLY UPDATING POST AT THE MOMENT — lots of NEW shipment arrived the past week but I have been busy with my main job. Check back often for more titles!
PRICES ARE FIRM
Venmo - CashApp - ppFF — I’ll also accept TARGET giftcards
Take a look at the bottom of listing for Terms Of Sale
Codes are verified again right before sending to you
ISO: Justice League vs Fatal Five
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COPS - 1980 - Fighting Crime In A Future Time - All x65 episodes with 24hrs of showtime. — Redeem at Millcreek only - $15
————————— Star Wars titles
4K Rogue One - A Star Wars Story - iTunes $5 (LOTS AVAILABLE)
4K Solo - A Star Wars Story - iTunes $10
4K Star Wars 4 - A New Hope - iTunes $9
4K Star Wars 5 - Empire Strikes Back - iTunes $9
4K Star Wars 6 - Return Of The Jedi - iTunes $9
4K Star Wars 7 - Force Awakens - iTunes $7
4K Star Wars 8 - Last Jedi - iTunes $7
4K Star Wars 9 - Rise Of Skywalker - MA / iTunes $9
Star Wars COMPLETE SAGA 11-FILM for GooglePlay $55 - Phantom Menace + Attack Of The Clones + Revenge Of The Sith + New Hope + Empire Strikes Back + Return Of The Jedi + Force Awakens + Last Jedi + Rise Of Skywalker + Rogue One - A Star Wars Story + Solo - A Star Wars Story
—————🔥 DEALS
Big Little Lies - FULL Season 1 - $5 i
Big Little Lies - FULL Season 1 - $5 GP
Crazy Rich Asians - MA $5 (LOTS AVAILABLE)
In loving memory of Chadwick Boseman
Black Panther - $2 GP (LOTS AVAILABLE)
Black Panther - $2 MA (LOTS AVAILABLE)
4K Black Panther - $5 iTunes (LOTS AVAILABLE)
Boardwalk Empire - Complete Series - $30 iTunes / $30 GP
Deadwood - Complete Series - $25 GP / $35 Vudu or $25 if you spend additional $25
Entourage - Complete Series - Season 1-8 - $40 GP
Focus Feature 10-Movie Spotlight Collection - Lost In Translation + On the Basis of Sex + Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind + Pride and Prejudice + Brokeback Mountain + Atonement + Theory of Everything + Burn After Reading + Moonrise Kingdom + Harriet - $35 MA
Game Of Thrones - Season 1-7 ONLY - $45 GP or FREE with any $70 purchase (have given lots of these away already and still stocked up)
Hobbit 3 - Battle Of The Five Armies - Extended - $6 MA
Jurassic Park 5-Movie - MA $27 (LAST SET AVAILABLE)
True Blood - Complete Series - $20 GP / $25 iTunes
Wire - Complete Series - ~~$30 Vudu / $30 iTunes or FREE with $50 purchase~~
——————————————— NEWLY ADDED but also lots of new titles in other sections as well
42 - Jackie Robinson Story - MA $6
Aladdin - 1992 - MA $8
Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day - GP $5
4K Ant-Man And The Wasp - i $7 (only x3 available)
4K A Wrinkle In Time - i $6
4K Book Club - i $3
Boxtrolls - V $7 - most likely PORTS to MA as the iTunes portion ported to MA
Boxtrolls - i $7
Breaking In - Unrated - MA $5
4K Captain America - First Avenger - i $8
Christopher Robin - i $8
Crazy Rich Asians - MA $5
4K Daddy’s Home 1 - i $5
Divergent TRILOGY - Vudu / GP $15
4K Dumbo - 2019 - i $8
Final Destination 5 - MA $5
Grace unplugged - V ? $3
Hammer Of The Gods - V $7
4K Hocus Pocus - i $8
Hocus Pocus - 25th Anniversary Edition - GP $6
Horrible Bosses 1 - MA $4
4K House With A Clock In Its Walls - MA $7
House With A Clock In Its Walls - MA $5
I Feel Pretty - i $6
Inception - MA $5
Little Mermaid 1 - MA $12 (FULL CODE)
Little Stranger - MA $8
Mamma Mia! - 1 and 2 - MA $8
4K Mary Poppins Returns - i $6
Mickey’s Christmas Carol - GP $7
Mortal Kombat Legends - Scorpion’s Revenge - MA $7
Nightmare Before Christmas - i $8
4K Nutcracker And The Four Realms - i $6
Orange Is The New Black S4 - V $5
Orange Is The New Black S5 - V $5
Orange Is The New Black S6 - V $5
Pulp Fiction - V $6
Pulp Fiction - i $7
Quantum Of Solace - V $5
Spider-Man Homecoming - MA $5
Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse - MA
4K Tangled - i $12
4K Twilight 1 - i $6
4K Twilight 2 - New Moon - i $6
4K Twilight Breaking Dawn P1 - i $6
4K Twilight Breaking Dawn P2 - i $6
Twilight 5-Film Collection - Vudu / FN $24
————————— 4K Disney + 4K Marvel + 4K Pixar
— i = iTunes / MA = MoviesAnywhere / V = Vudu
Aladdin - 2019 - MA / V $8
Aladdin - 2019 - i $7
Ant-Man 1 - i $8
Ant-Man And The Wasp - i $7 (only x3 available)
Avengers 2 - Age Of Ultron - i $8
Avengers 3 - Infinity War - i $5
Avengers 4 - Endgame - MA / V $5
Avengers 4 - Endgame - i $5
A Wrinkle In Time - i $6
Beauty And The Beast - 2017 - i $6
Big Hero 6 - i $7
Call Of The Wild - MA / V $9
Captain Marvel - i $5
Cars 3 - i $5
Cinderella - 2015 - i $6
Coco - i $6
Doctor Strange - i $8
Dumbo - 2019 - i $8
Finding Nemo - i $6
Finding Dory - i $5
Frozen 1 - i $5
Frozen 2 - MA / V $7
Frozen 2 - i $7
Good Dinosaur - i $6
Guardians Of The Galaxy V1 - i $8
Guardians Of The Galaxy V2 - i $7
Hocus Pocus - i $6 (LIMITED)
Incredibles 1 - i $12
Incredibles 2 - i $6
Iron Man 3 - i $8
Jungle Book - 2016 - i $6
Lion King - 2019 - MA / V / i $7
Lion King - ANIMATED - i $9
Little Mermaid 1 - i $12
Maleficent 1 - i $7
Mary Poppins Returns - MA / V $7
Mary Poppins Returns - i $6
Moana - i $6
Monster University - i $10
Nutcracker And The Four Realms - iTunes $6
Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 - Dead Men Tell No Tales - i $6
Ralph Breaks The Internet - i $7
Thor 1 - MA / V $9
Thor 1 - i $9
Thor 2 - Dark World - i $9
Thor 3 - Ragnarok - i $7
Toy Story 1 - i $8
Toy Story 3 - i $8
Toy Story 4 - i $8
——————————————— ADDED LOTS OF NEW TITLES
This section below is all GooglePlay HDs (some are MA and iTunes)
HD iTunes titles will possibly upgrade to FREE 4K in future when iTunes has 4K rights - not guaranteed but the way they upgraded other Disney + Marvel + Pixar for FREE then it’s very possible
Adventures Of Ichabod And Mr Toad - MA / iTunes $9
Adventures Of Ichabod And Mr Toad - GP
Aladdin - 1992 - $6
Aladdin - 1992 - MA $8
Aladdin - 2019 - $4
Aladdin - ANIMATED - $4
Aladdin 2 - Return Of Jafar - $8
Aladdin 3 - And The King Of Thieves - $8
Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day - iTunes $7
Ant-Man 1 - $6
Ant-Man 1 - MA $7
Ant-Man And The Wasp - $6
Avengers 1 - $6
Avengers 2 - Age Of Ultron - $6
Avengers 3 - Infinity War - $4
Avengers 4 - Endgame - $4
A Wrinkle In Time - $5
Bambi 2 - $7
Beauty And The Beast - 2017 - $4
Big Hero 6 - $4
Bolt - $9
Brave - $6
Call Of The Wild - $6
Call Of The Wild - MA $6
Captain America - Civil War - $6
Captain America - First Avenger - $6
Captain Marvel - $3
Cars 1 - $5
Cars 3 - $4
Christopher Robin - $7
Cinderella 2 - Dreams Come True - $8
Cinderella 3 - A Twist In Time - $8
Cinderella - 2015 - $5
Coco - $4
Disney Nature - Born In China - $4
Doctor Strange - $4
Doctor Strange - MA $6
Dumbo - 2019 - $6
Finding Nemo - $5
Finding Dory - $4
Fox And The Hound 1 - $8
Fox And The Hound 1 - iTunes $9
Fox And The Hound 2 - $8
Fox And The Hound 2 - iTunes $9
Frozen 1 - $3
Frozen 2 - $5
Good Dinosaur - $5
Guardians Of The Galaxy V1 - $5
Guardians Of The Galaxy V1 - MA $6
Guardians Of The Galaxy V2 - $4
Hercules - $9
Hocus Pocus - $5
Incredibles 2 - $3
Into The Woods - $5
Inside Out - $5
Iron Man 3 - $5
Jungle Book - 2016 - $5
Jungle Book 2 - iTunes $12
Lady And The Tramp 1 - $7
Lady And The Tramp 1 - iTunes $9
Lady And The Tramp 2 - iTunes $9
Lilo And Stitch 1 - $8
Lilo And Stitch 1 - MA / iTunes $10
Lilo And Stitch 2 - Stitch Has A Glitch - $8
Lilo And Stitch 2 - Stitch Has A Glitch - MA / iTunes $10
Lion King - 2019 - $4
Lion King - ANIMATED - $5
Little Mermaid 2 - Return To The Sea - $10
Little Mermaid 3 - Ariel’s Beginning - $10
Lone Ranger - iTunes $9
Maleficent 1 - $5
Mary Poppins Returns - $5
Mickey + Donald + Goofy - Three Musketeers - $6
Moana - $4
Monsters University - $8
Mulan 1 - $8
Mulan 1 - iTunes $10
Mulan 2 - $8
Mulan 2 - iTunes $10
Nightmare Before Christmas - $7
Nutcracker And The Four Realms - $5
Onward - $5
Onward - MA $6
Peter Pan 1 - $8
Peter Pan 1 - iTunes $12
Peter Pan 2 - Return To Neverland - iTunes $10
Pete’s Dragon - 2016 - $7
Pete’s Dragon - 2016 - iTunes $9
Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 - Dead Men Tell No Tales - $4
Planes 1 - $5
Planes 1 - iTunes $7
Planes 2 - Fire And Rescue - iTunes $7
Pocahontas 1 - $8
Pocahontas 2 - $8
Princess And The Frog - $7
Queen Of Katwe - iTunes $6
Ralph Breaks The Internet - $5
Robin Hood - $6
Rogue One - A Star Wars Story - $5
Santa Clause 1 - $6
Santa Clause 2 - $6
Santa Clause 3 - Escape Clause - $6
Santa Clause 2 - iTunes $7
Santa Clause 3 - Escape Clause - iTunes $7
Sleeping Beauty - $8
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - $8
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - iTunes $10
Spies In Disguise - $5
Spies In Disguise - MA $6
Super Buddies - $6
Sword In The Stone - $7
Sword In The Stone - iTunes $9
Tangled - $9
Tarzan - $10
Thor 2 - Dark World - $6
Thor 3 - Ragnarok - $4
Toy Story 3 - $5
Toy Story 4 - $5
Up - $7
Zootopia - $6
————- $2 each HD / HDX deals — Must be purchased with any other additional title from any other section(s)
$2 = must buy x1 additional title
$4 = must buy x2 additional titles
and so on.
— i = iTunes / MA = MoviesAnywhere / V = Vudu
Annihilation - V
Bad Grandpa - i
Book Club - V
Bumblebee - V
Daddy’s Home 2 - V
Deepwater Horizon - V
Despicable Me 3 - V
Gallows 1 - MA
Ghost In The Shell - 2017 - V
Girl On The Train - V
Hercules - 2014 - rock - V
Hunger Games 1 - V
Hunger Games Mockingjay 1 - V
Huntsman 2 - Winter’s War - Extended - MA
Jack Reacher 2 - Never Go Back - V
Jurassic World 4 - MA / V
Last Witch Hunter - V
Magic Mike 1 - MA
Mummy - 2017 - tom cruise - V
Noah - 2014 - i
Mission Impossible 4 - Ghost Protocol - V
Mission Impossible 5 - Rogue Nation - V
Mission Impossible 6 - Fallout - V
Red 2 - V
Riddick - i
Secret Life Of Pets 1 - V
Single Moms Club - V
Spider-Man - Homecoming - MA
Split - V
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 2014 - V
Transformers 3 - Dark Of The Moon - V
Transformers 4 - Age Of Extinction - V
Transformers 5 - Last Knight - V
Warcraft - MA
XXX - Return Of Xander Cage - V
——————————————— TV Shows
Bates Motel - Season 1-3 - $30 - This is ONLY for UK accounts
Castlerock - Season 2 - V $10
Game Of Thrones - Seasons 1-7 ONLY - iTunes $50
Game Of Thrones - Complete Series - Vudu $55 / iTunes $55
Gotham - Season 1 - V $7
Outlander - Season 1 V1 + Season 1 V2 + Season 2 + Season 3 - V $40
Rick And Morty - Season 1-3 - V $25
Supernatural Season 10 - V $9
Supernatural Season 11 - V $9
Supernatural Season 12 - V $9
Supernatural Season 13 - V $9
Walking Dead - Season 7 - V $9
———————————————- Collection Sets — All HDs / HDX, unless stated
007 Daniel Craig 3-Movie - Casino Royale + Quantum Of Solace + Skyfall - V $15
Back To The Future Trilogy - MA $14
Batman ANIMATED Series + BOTH Bonus Movies - V $45
Batman Beyond Complete Series + Bonus Movie - V $22
Die Hard 5-Movie - MA / Vudu $22 (x4 AVAILABLE SET)
Fast And The Furious 2-8 - V $20
Hobbit 3-Movie - All x3 Extended films - MA $30 (LAST SET)
Hotel Transylvania 3-Movie - MA SDs $15
Leprechaun Collection - V $22
4K Mission Impossible 6-Movie Collection - VUDU $28
Open Season Trilogy - MA SD $15
Rick And Morty - Season 1-3 - V $25
Saw 8-Film - GP / V $20
Smurfs 3-Movie - MA $15
Spider-Man 5-Film - Spider-Man 1 + Spider-Man 2 + SM2 Extended + Spider-Man 3 + SM3 Editor’s Cut - $22
Spider-Man 4-Film - Homecoming + Far From Home + Into The Spider-Verse + Venom - MA $25
Tremors 6-Movie Collection - MA $40
Universal Monsters 6-Movie Collection - MA $25
———————————————- HDs / HDX — $5 EACH unless marked
2 Guns - iTunes (CANADA account only)
— i = iTunes / MA = MoviesAnywhere / V = Vudu
Alvin And The Chipmunks - Road Chip - MA / V / GP - $6
Angry Birds Movie - MA
Annabelle 2 - Creation - MA $7
Annabelle 3 - Comes Home - MA $7
BlacKkKlansman - MA $7
Book Of Life - MA / V / i $6
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 - MA
Crazy Rich Asians - MA
Deadpool 2 - Super Duper Cut - MA / V / GP - $6
Doom - Annihilation - MA $8
Dora And The Lost City Of Gold - V
Dreamgirls - V
Dreamgirls - i
Dr Seuss The Grinch - MA $8
Emoji Movie - MA
Equilibrium - GP $9
Ex Machina - V $7
Ferdinand - MA / V / GP - $6
Fried Green Tomatoes - V
Fried Green Tomatoes - i
Game Night - MA
Getaway - MA
Ghostbusters - Answer The Call - Extended - MA
Glass - MA $6
Godzilla - 2014 - MA
Gone Girl - MA / V / GP $7
Good Boys - MA $7
Hereditary - V $6
Hidden Figures - MA / V / GP
Hobbit 1 - An Unexpected Journey - EX - MA $9
Hobbit 2 - Desolation Of Smaug - EX - MA $9
Home Alone 2 - Lost In New York - MA / i / V / GP
House With A Clock In Its Walls - MA
Inception - MA
Jumanji 1 - Welcome To The Jungle - MA
Just Mercy - MA $7
Justice League - Doom - MA
Justice League - Throne Of Atlantis - MA $6
Justice League vs Teen Titans - MA $6
King Kong - Ultimate Edition - MA
Kung-Fu Panda 1 - MA $6
Kung-Fu Panda 2 - MA $6
Kung-Fu Panda 3 - MA $6
LEGO Batman Movie - MA $8
LEGO Ninjago Movie - MA
Les Miserables - MA
Live, Die, Repeat - Edge Of Tomorrow - MA $6
Max 1 - MA
Maze Runner 3 - Death Cure - MA / V / GP
Murder On The Orient Express - MA
Nun - MA $7
Oblivion - V
Other Side Of The Door - MA $6
Pitch Perfect 3 - MA
Queen And Slim - MA $6
Ready Player One - MA
Revenant - MA / V / GP $6
Rise Of The Guardians - MA
Searching - MA $7
Shape Of Water - MA $7
Slender Man - MA
Smallfoot - MA $6
Sorry To Bother You - MA $6
Superman Unbound - MA
Straight Outta Compton - Unrated Director’s Cut - V
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies - MA $6
Teen Titans - Judas Contract - MA $6
Terminator 4 - Salvation - MA $6
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - MA / V / GP
Truth Or Dare? - MA
Turbo - MA
Turning - 2020 - MA $7
Uncle Drew - GP / V $6
Us - MA
Winchester - V / i $6
—————————————— HDs / HDX — $4 EACH
— i = iTunes / MA = MoviesAnywhere / V = Vudu
5th Wave - V
A Good Day To Die Hard - Extended - MA / V
Divergent 1 - V
Divergent 2 - Insurgent - V
First Purge - MA
Get Smart - MA
Gods Of Egypt - V
Horrible Bosses 1 - MA
Hunger Games - Catching Fire - V
Hunger Games - Mockingjay 2 - V
Hunger Games - Mockingjay 2 - GP
Legend Of Hercules - V
Magnificent Seven - V
Man Of Steel - MA
Pain And Gain - i
Rio 2 - MA
Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets - V
Widows - 2018 - MA
———————————————— HDs / HDX — $3.50 EACH (SDs are stated)
— i = iTunes / MA = MoviesAnywhere / V = Vudu
Adventures Of Tintin - i ?
American Sniper - MA
Arrival - V
Arthur Christmas - MA SD
Call Me By Your Name - MA SD
Chappie - MA SD
Cowboys And Aliens - i ?
Despicable Me 1 - V
Due Date - i ?
Equalizer 2 - MA SD
Fate Of The Furious - Extended P8 - MA
Flight - i
Fury - MA SD
G.I. Joe 2 - Retaliation - V
Hangover 2 - MA
Hugo - V
Hugo - i
Jonah Hex - i ?
Pitch Perfect 1 - V
Roman J Israel, Esq - MA SD
Sicario 2 - Day Of Soldado - MA SD
Slender Man - MA SD
Taken 2 - MA / V / GP
Terminator 6 - Dark Fate - V
Terminator 5 - Genisys - V
Wrath Of The Titans - MA
————————————————- HDs / HDX — $3 EACH
— i = iTunes / MA = MoviesAnywhere / V = Vudu
Alpha - MA SD
Bangkok Dangerous - i ?
Dark Knight Rises - PART 3 - MA
Dredd - V
Expendables 2 - V
(2) 2 Fast 2 Furious - MA / V
(3) Fast And Furious - Tokyo Drift - MA / V
(4) Fast And Furious - MA / V
(5) Fast Five - Extended - MA / V
(5) Fast Five - Extended - i
(6) Fast And Furious 6 - Extended - MA / V
(7) Furious 7 - Extended - MA / V
(8) Fate Of The Furious - Theatrical - V $2
Forgetting Sarah Marshall - i ?
Hangover 1 - i ?
Heaven Is For Real - MA SD
Interview - MA SD
Paul - i ?
Perfect Guy - MA SD
Playing With Fire - V
Rocketman - V
Safe Haven - i ?
Sausage Party - MA SD
Serenity - 2005 - V
Smurfs - Lost Village - MA
SpongeBob Movie - Sponge Out Of Water - V
SpongeBob Movie - Sponge Out Of Water - i
Star Trek 2 - Beyond - V
Star Trek 3 - Into Darkness - V
Taken 1 - i ?
Walk - 2015 - MA SD
——————————— All 4K titles below
— i = iTunes / MA = MoviesAnywhere / V = Vudu
Addams Family - 2019 - i $7
Alvin And The Chipmunks - Road Chip - i $6
Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2 - $20
Annihilation - i $4
A Quiet Place - i $3
Arrival - i $5
Bumblebee - i $3
Crawl - i $5
Daddy’s Home 1 - i $5
Daddy’s Home 2 - i $3
Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes - i $6
Deadpool 1 - i $6
Deadpool 2 - Super Duper Cut - MA / V $9
Deepwater Horizon - i $3
Despicable Me 1 - i $5
Despicable Me 3 - i $3
Despicable Me 3 - V $5
Dora And The Lost City Of Gold - i $7
Fantastic Four - 2015 - i $7
(8) Fate Of The Furious 8 - Theatrical - i $3
Fences - i $4
Ghostbusters - Answer The Call - Extended - MA $8
Ghost In The Shell - 2017 - i $4
G.I. Joe 2 - Retaliation - i $6
Girl On The Train - i $4
Gone Girl - i $8
Hidden Figures - i $7
Home Alone 1 - i $6
Hunger Games 1 - i $3
Hunger Games 2 - Catching Fire - i $5
Hunger Games Mockingjay 1 - $5
Huntsman 2 - Winter’s War - Extended - i $3
Independence Day 2- Resurgence - i $7
Instant Family - i $3
Interstellar - i $7
Jack Reacher 1 - i $4
Jack Reacher 2 - Never Go Back - i $3
Jexi - i $7
John Wick 1 - i $4
Jumanji 1 - Welcome To The Jungle - MA $9
Justice League Dark - Apokolips War - MA $7
Kingsman 2 - Golden Circle - i $7
LEGO Movie - MA $6
Let’s Be Cops - i $3
Logan - i $5
Longest Ride - i $5
Meg - MA $9
Mission Impossible 5 - Rogue Nation - i $3
Mission Impossible 6 - Fallout - V $4
Mission Impossible 6 - Fallout - i $3
Mountain Between Us - i $5
Night At The Museum 3 - Secret Of The Tomb - i $5
Oblivion - i $6
Overlord - i $4
Pacific Rim 1 - MA $9
Peanuts Movie - i $5
Pet Sematary - 1989 - i $5
Pet Sematary - 2019 - i $5
Pitch Perfect 1 - i $5
Pitch Perfect 2 - i $5
Playing With Fire - i $5
Rampage - MA $9
Ready Player One - MA $9
Red 2 - i $3
Revenant - i $6
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes - i $6
Robin Hood - 2018 - i $5
Secret Life Of Pets 1 - i $4
Serenity - 2005 - i $5
Sherlock Gnomes - i $3
Sing - i $4
Sonic The Hedgehog - i $7
Spider-Man - Homecoming - MA $9
Split - i $3
Star Trek - Beyond - i $4
Star Trek - Into Darkness - i $4
Straight Outta Compton - Unrated Director’s Cut - i $7
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 2014 - i $4
Terminator 6 - Dark Fate - i $5
Terminator 5 - Genisys - i $5
Terminator 2 - Judgement Day - MA $5
Transformers 3 - Dark Of The Moon - i $4
Transformers 4 - Age Of Extinction - i $3
Transformers 5 - Last Knight - i $3
Ugly Dolls - i $6
Uncle Drew - i $5
War For The Planet Of The Apes - i $4
Wonder Park - i $4
X-Men Apocalypse - i $5
X-Men Days Of Future Past - i $6
XXX - Return Of Xander Cage - i $4
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Everything Disney related are split
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2020.10.21 22:49 hannahfresia [SELL][US] Marc Jacobs, Laura Mercier, Natasha Denona, rephr, & more

Hi guys! This is my first post on makeupexchange and I hope I have done everything correctly. If something is wrong, please let me know. Edit: I just did my first post on skincareexchange this morning as well, which you can find here if you are interested!
These come from a pet free, smoke free, and Covid free home. All product packaging will be sanitized before sending and I can also spray the actual products, where possible, with 70% isopropyl alcohol before sending them if desired.
I will be sending the packages USPS and shipping costs depend on weight and buyer’s location. Shipping starts at $3.80.
All payments will be done thru PayPal and I will cover the G&S fee.
The brand name is a link for each product's verification photo.
I just want this stuff to go to a better home, so please make me an offer!

Face:
OleHenriksen Banana Bright Face Primer (30 ml/1 fl oz) - BNIB $25 SOLD
Laura Mercier La Palette Naturelle (4 g/0.14 oz x 8) - Used 1x $25
Milk Makeup Flex Foundation Stick in Shell (0.35 oz/10g) - Swatched w/ box $14
Glossier Stretch Concealer in G11 (4.8 g/0.17 oz) - Used 5x $9
bareMinerals bareSkin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer in Fair (6 ml/0.2 fl oz) - Used 2x $8
Cle de Peau Beaute Concealer in Ivory (this is the older formulation) (5 g/0.17 oz) - Used 4x $30
Flower Beauty Light Illusion Full Coverage Concealer in L1-2 Fair (6 ml/0.2 oz) - Used 1x w/ box $3
Marc Jacobs Accomplice Instant Blurring Beauty Powder with Brush in 50 Ingenue (10 g/0.35 oz) - Used 1x w/ box $20
Erborian CC Crème mini in Clair (5 ml/0.17 oz) - BN $5
Make Up For Ever Matte Velvet Skin Full Coverage Foundation mini in Y205 (5 ml/0.16 oz) - BN $5
Laura Mercier Matte Radiance Baked Powder in Bronze-01 (7.5 g/0.26 oz) – Used 3x $20
Trestique Color & Contour Cheek Stick in St. Barths Pink (6.1 g/0.21 oz) - Used 2x $6
No7 Bronzer in Golden Sand (10g /0.35 oz) - Used 2x $4
Au Naturale Crème Multistick in Grapefruit (0.32 oz) - Used 3x $5
Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-hour Blush mini in Paaarty (1.5 g/0.05 oz) - Used 2x $5
Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-hour Blush mini in Quirky (1.5 g/0.05 oz, the pan itself is a bit bend on the bottom right edge, no idea how that happened or if it came that way) – Used 1x $5
Nars Bronzing Powder in Laguna mini (2.8 g/0.08 oz) - BNIB $6 SOLD
Nars Blush in Orgasm mini (3.5 g/0.12 oz) - BNIB $6 SOLD
Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Bronzer mini in 02 Medium (5.4 g/0.19 oz) - Used 2x $5
NYX High Definition Blush in Taupe (4.5 g/0.16 oz) - Discontinued Used 5x $3
Wander Beauty Trip to Bronzer mini in Costa Rei (2.8 g/0.09 oz) - Swatched $4
Tarte Park Ave Princess Amazonian Clay Waterproof Bronzer mini (1 g/0.035 oz) – Swatched $5
Ciate London Glow-To Illuminating Blush mini in Date Night (2.5 g/0.09 oz) – Swatched $3
Pacifica Desert Sunset Matte Blush & Bronzer mini (0.28 oz/8 g) - Swatched w/ box $5
Tarte Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder mini (2.2 g/0.07 oz) - BN $5
Hourglass Veil Translucent Setting Powder mini (0.9 g/0.03 oz) – Used 1x $3
Make Up For Ever HD Microfinishing Loose Powder mini (1 g/0.035 oz) - BN $3
Glossier Priming Moisturizer Rich mini (0.5 fl oz) - BN $8
Becca First Light Priming Filter mini (15 ml/0.5 oz) – Used 1x $5
Shaina B. Miami Highlight in Guava Glow mini (3 g/0.1 oz) - Swatched $2
RealHer Confidence in My Glow Highlighter mini (2.5 g/0.09 oz) - BNIB $2
Winky Lux Charm Holographic Highlighter mini (0.11 oz, has a tiny nick in it from my nail because I am a fool) - Used 3x $3
e.l.f. Poreless Putty Primer in Universal Sheer (21 g/0.74 oz) - BNIB $3
Peter Thomas Roth Skin to Die For No-Filter Mattifying Primer & Complexion Perfector mini (7.5 ml/0.25 fl oz) - BN $3
Too Faced Hangover Rx Replenshing Face Primer mini (5 ml/0.16 fl oz) - BN $3
Cover FX Mattifying Primer with Anti-Acne Treatment mini (5 ml/0.16 fl oz) - BN $3
Ciate Watermelon burst Hydrating Primer mini (10 ml/0.34 fl oz) - BN $3
Dr. Brandt Pores No More Pore Refiner Primer mini (7.5 ml/0.25 fl oz) - BN $3
Estee Lauder The Smoother Universal Perfecting Primer mini (5 ml/0.17 fl oz) - BN $3

Eyes:
Natasha Denona Mini Tropic Palette (0.8 g x 5/0.028 oz x 5) - Swatched w/ box $15
Natasha Denona Eyeshadow Single in Aubade (2.5 g/0.08 0z) - BNIB $7
Marc Jacobs O!Mega Gel Powder Eyeshadow in O!MG (3.8 g/0.13 oz) - Swatched $10
Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow in Shell (2.5 g/0.08 oz, top of case it a bit scuffed up from my organizer) - Used 1x $8
Smith & Cult Book of Eyes in Noonsuite (2.5 g/0.09 oz) - Swatched $15
Pretty Vulgar Nightingale Eyeshadow Palette (1.4 g/0.05 oz x7, 1.2 g/0.04 oz x5) - Swatched $8
Smashbox Full Exposure Palette mini (0.21 oz/6 g) - Swatched $5
Shaina B. Miami Eye Shadow Duo in Port-Au-Princess & So Deco (2.1 g/0.07 oz) - Swatched $2
Pacifica Tomboy Vibe Eyeshadow Palette mini (3.6 g/0.127 oz) - Swatched $3
Mac Prep + Prime 24-Hour Extend Eye Base (12 ml/0.4 fl oz) - BN $12
Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion mini (2 ml/0.06 fl oz) - Used 1x $3 SOLD
Mally Beauty Evercolor Shadow Stick in Burnished Bronze (1.6 g/0.06 oz) – Swatched $5
Nudestix Magnetic Luminous Eye Color mini in Smoke (2.5 g/0.088 oz) – Used 2x $4
Butter London Glazen Eye Gloss in Spark (5.5 g/0.19 oz) - Swatched from lid $5
The BrowGal The Instatint in Brown Hair 02 (2.8 g/0.099 oz) - BN $6
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil mini in Zero (0.8 g/0.03 oz)- BN $3
Butter London Glazen Lustrous Liner in Disco (3.5 ml/0.11 fl oz) - BN $4
Laura Geller Inkcredible Waterproof Gel Eyeliner in Rose Gold (0.4 g/0.01 oz) – Used 1x $4
Make Up For Ever Aqua XL Eye Pencil mini in M-10 (0.5 g/0.01 oz) – Swatched $2
Clinique Quickliner for Eyes Intense in 09 Intense Ebony mini (0.14 g/0.005 oz) - BN $2
Lancome Drama Liqui-Pencil Extreme Longwear Eyeliner mini in Cote D’Azur (0.018 oz) – Swatched $2
Wander Beauty Mile High Club Mascara (10 g/0.35 oz) - BN $9
YSL Vinyl Couture Mascara Top Coat in I’m the Storm (6 ml/0.21 fl oz) - BNIB $15
Tarte x Ulta Lights, Camera, Lashes 4-in-1 Mascara (7 ml/0.24 fl oz) - BNIB $10
Tarte x Ulta Maneater Voluptuous Mascara in Black (9 ml/0.3 fl oz) – BNIB $10
Mally Beauty More is More Mascara (9 g/0.31 oz) - BN $8
Clinique Chubby Lash Fattening Mascara mini in Jumbo Jet (4 ml/0.14 oz) - BN $4
Sephora Lashcraft Big Volume Mascara mini (5 g/0.18 oz) - BN $1
Mineral Fusion Volumizing Mascara mini in Jet (3.84 ml/0.13 fl oz) - BN $3
Bobbi Brown Smokey Eye Mascara mini in Black (3 ml/0.1 oz) - BN $4
Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes 4-in-1 Mascara mini (3 ml/0.1 oz) - BN $3
Benefit They’re Real Mascara mini (3.0 g/0.1 oz) - BNIB $4
Too Faced Better Than Sex Waterproof Mascara mini (3.9 g/0.13 oz) - BN$4

Lips:
Bite Beauty Power Move Creamy Matte Lip Crayon (new formula) in Pavlova (1.5 g/0.05 oz) - Swatched w/ box $10
Tarte Color Splash Lipstick in Berry Mojito (3.4 g/0.12 oz) - BN $10
Mac Lip Pencil in Burgundy (1.45 g/0.05 oz) - Used 1x (just sharpened) $8 SOLD
Too Faced Lip Injection Extreme mini (1.5 g/0.05 oz) – BN $6
Lancome Juicy Tubes mini in Magic Spell (10 ml/0.33 fl oz) - BN $6
Weleda Skin Food Lip Butter (8 ml/0.27 fl oz) - BNIB $3
Nudestix Intense Matte Lip + Cheek Pencil in Kiss (2.5 g/0.088 oz) – Used 2x $4
Kiss & Smink Lip Crayon in Tavarua (1 g) - Swatched $4
Make Up For Ever Artist Rogue Mat mini in M500 Burgundy (1.4 g/0.04 oz) - Used 1x $4
Make Up For Ever Artist Rogue Cream mini in C211Rose Wood (1.4 g/0.04 oz) - Used 1x $4
Bobbi Brown Crushed Lip Color mini in Babe (2.25 g/0.07 oz) - Used 1x $4
Bobbi Brown Luxe Lip Color mini in Neutral Rose (2.5 g/0.08 oz) - Used 1x $4
Bobbi Brown Lip Color mini in Sandwash Pink (2.25 g/0.07 oz) – Used 1x $4

Brushes/Tools:
rephr 03 Brush - BN $12
rephr P09B (the 20 fan brush prototype) - Washed 1x $12
Laura Mercier Glow Powder Brush - Washed 1x $12
Laura Mercier Powder Puff - BN $6 SOLD
Kevyn Aucoin The Super Soft Buff Brush - Washed 1x $20
Elcie Cosmetics The Velvet Sponge - BNIB $10
Japonesque Kumadori Blending Brush - Washed 1x $10
Tarte Double Ended Camouflage Brush - Washed 3x (sponge never used) $8
bareMinerals Flawless Face Brush - BN $4
Luxie 1010 Small Contour Brush - BN $3
Luxie 640 Pro Precision Tapered Brush - BN $3
Luxie 140 Wonder Woman Detail Tapered Blender - BN $3
Luxie 237 Blending Brush - BN $3
Real Techniques RT 204 Buffing Brush - BN $3 SOLD
Real Techniques RT 100 Prep Brush - BN $3 SOLD
Real Techniques RT 402 Setting Brush - BN $3 SOLD
Real Techniques RT 404 Fan Brush - BN $3 SOLD
Sonia Kashuk Professional Small Highlighting Brush No. 148 - BN $3 SOLD
Beau Gachis Illuminator Brush - BN $2
Moda Triad Eye Brush - BN $2
Moda Fan Brush - BN $2
Aisling Organics Eco-Luxe Eyeshadow Brush 389 - BN $3
Tetris x Ipsy Blending Brush - BN $3
Sephora Classic Mini Multitasker Brush 45.5 - Washed 3x $2
Crown Blush Brush - BN $2
e.l.f. Beautifully Precise No. 101 Powder Brush - Washed 4x $3
e.l.f. Selfie Ready Foundation Brush - Washed 1x $1
e.l.f. Flawless Face Brush - BN $1 SOLD
e.l.f. Small Stipple Brush - Washed 1x $1 SOLD
e.l.f. Pointed Powder Brush - Washed 1x $1
e.l.f. Highlighting Brush - Washed 2x $1 SOLD
e.l.f. Small Tapered Brush - Washed 1x $1 SOLD
Ecotools Highlight Brush – Washed 2x $2
Ecotools Airbrushed Finishing Brush – Washed 1x $2
Ecotools Base Buffer Brush - BN $2
Ecotools Precision Concealer Brush - BN $2
Ecotools Angled Powder Brush - Washed 1x $2
Ecotools Controlled Setting Brush - BN $2
Ecotools Multitasking Powder Brush - Washed 2x $2
Ecotools Precision Foundation Brush - BN $2
Ecotools Angled Crease Brush - BN $2
Ecotools Eye Enhancing Duo - BN $2
Ecotools Sculpt & Highlight Brush - BN $2
Ecotools Diffuse Brush - BN $2 (have 2)
Ecotools Large Shadow Brush - BN $2
Ecotools Angled Foundation Brush - Washed 2x $2

Fragrance:
Tom Ford Black Orchid Touch Point Perfume mini (3 ml/0.1 fl oz) – BN $6

Haircare:
Invisibobble Sprunchie in Leopard - BNIB $3 SOLD
Living Proof Prime Style Extender (148 ml/5 fl oz) - Discontinued BN $10
Kristen Ess Style Reviving Dry Shampoo (200 ml/4 oz) BN $4
DevaCurl Wash Day Wonder Pre-Cleanse Slip Detangler mini (44.3 ml/1.5 fl oz) - BN $3
MoroccanOil Treatment mini (10 ml/0.34 fl oz) - BN $3

Edit: Adding some of the skincare items from my new skincareexchange post. The rest can be found here.
Skincare:
OleHenriksen C-Rush Brightening Double Crème (50 ml/1.7 fl oz) - BNIB $25 PENDING
Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion Age Defying Exfoliator (60 g/2 oz) - BNIB $25
The Ordinary Buffet (30 ml/1 oz) - Used 5x (usage shown) $4
Cotz Face Prime & Protect Tinted SPF 40 (42.5 g/1.5 oz EXP 01/22) - Used 6x $8
Babor Perfect Glow Hydration Ampoule Concentrates (7 ampoules 1/16 fl oz each, here is a photo of the actual ampoules themselves to fulfill the verification) - BNIB $18
Kora Organics Energizing Citrus Mist (100 ml/3.38 fl oz) – Used 3x w/ box $18
Acure Radically Rejuvenating SPF 30 Day Cream (50 ml/1.7 fl oz EXP 04/21) - BNIB $3
Lue by Jean Seo Erase Cleansing, Exfoliating & Brightening Powder (56 g/2 oz) - BN $2
e.l.f. Gentle Peeling Exfoliant (90 ml/3.04 fl oz) - BNIB $2


Thanks for looking!
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2020.10.20 02:35 jillloyo [SELL] [US] Makeup Rehab Sale Continues! Lots of New Items Added & Reduced Prices! Mix & Match with Skincare Sale! ♡

Thanks for checking out my sale! I'm trying hard for a low-buy and really trying to cut down on my back-ups + products that just didn't work for me. I added a bunch of new stuff this week & there will be lots more to come!
EYE SHADOW PALETTES & EYE PRIMER
FACE PALETTES
HIGHLIGHTERS & BLUSH
BRONZERS
FACE PRIMERS & SETTING SPRAYS
FOUNDATION
SETTING/LOOSE POWDERS
CONCEALERS
MASCARA
EYELINER
BROWS
LIPS
SETS / TOOLS / MISC.
FWP
Feel free to mix-and-match items from my SKINCARE SALE ♡ Thank you for reading this far! :)
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2020.10.19 23:25 LadyCardinal An Alternate 100 Best Fantasy Novels of All Time

After the Time fiasco (if a magazine article can be called a fiasco), I thought it might be fun to try and come up with my own top 100 list--not of my favorites, but of particularly influential books. I haven't actually read a significant portion of these books (though I have read quite a few), and I'm honestly not trying to pass this off as definitive; mostly I just want to throw it out there and see in what ways people agree or, more likely, vehemently disagree. I'll attach the rules I used to create this as a comment. In the meantime, here are the books:

  1. The Epic of Gilgamesh (oldest surviving version c. 1800 BCE)
  2. The Epics by Homer (c. 8th century BCE)
  3. The Theban Plays by Sophocles (429-401 BCE)
  4. The Aeneid by Virgil (29-19 BCE)
  5. Beowulf (c. 700-750 CE)
  6. The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri (1320)
  7. Le Morte d’Arthur by Thomas Malory (1485)
  8. Journey to the West by Wu Cheng’en (1592)
  9. A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare (c. 1595-1596)
  10. Paradise Lost by John Milton (1667)
  11. One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian folktales, first published in French in 1717)
  12. Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift (1726)
  13. Grimm’s Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm (1812)
  14. The Rose and the Ring by William Makepeace Thackeray (1854)
  15. Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Caroll (1865)
  16. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain (1889)
  17. The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (1890)
  18. Dracula by Bram Stoker (1897)
  19. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum (1900)
  20. Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie (1906)
  21. The Worm Ouroboros by E. R. Eddison (1922)
  22. The King of Elfland’s Daughter by Lord Dunsany (1924)
  23. Lud-in-the-Mist by Hope Mirlees (1926)
  24. Conan the Barbarian by Robert E. Howard (first story published 1932)
  25. Mary Poppins by P. L. Travers (1934-1988)
  26. At the Mountains of Madness by H. P. Lovecraft (1936)
  27. Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser by Fritz Leiber (1939-1988)
  28. Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges (1944)
  29. Gormenghast by Mervyn Peake (1946-1956)
  30. The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis (1950-1956)
  31. Dying Earth by Jack Vance (1950-1984)
  32. The Palm-Wine Drinkard by Amos Tutuola (1952)
  33. The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien (1954-1955)
  34. The Condor Trilogy by Jin Yong (1957-1961)
  35. The Once and Future King by T. H. White (1958)
  36. The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson (1959)
  37. Elric of Melniboné books by Michael Moorcock (1961-1991)
  38. The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster (1961)
  39. The Letter for the King by Tonke Dragt (1962)
  40. The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander (1964-1968)
  41. The Dark Is Rising by Susan Cooper (1965-1977)
  42. The Wandering Unicorn by Manuel Mujica Láinez (1965)
  43. One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez (1967)
  44. Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey (1967-2012)
  45. The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle (1968)
  46. The Earthsea Cycle by Ursula K. Le Guin (1968-2001)
  47. Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny (1970-1991)
  48. Merlin Trilogy by Mary Stewart (1970-1979)
  49. Watership Down by Richard Adams (1972)
  50. The Princess Bride by William Goldman (1973)
  51. The Forgotten Beasts of Eld by Patricia McKillip (1974)
  52. The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant by Stephen R. Donaldson (1977-2013)
  53. Tales From the Flat Earth by Tanith Lee (1978-1987)
  54. The Morgaine Stories by C. J. Cherryh (1978-1988)
  55. Kindred by Octavia Butler (1979)
  56. The Neverending Story by Michael Ende (1979)
  57. The Book of the New Sun by Gene Wolfe (1980-1983)
  58. Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie (1981)
  59. Imaro by Charles R. Saunders (1981-2017)
  60. The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende (1982)
  61. The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley (1983)
  62. The Witches by Roald Dahl (1983)
  63. Tortall universe by Tamora Pierce (1983-present)
  64. Discworld by Terry Pratchett (1983-2015)
  65. The Black Company by Glen Cook (1984-present)
  66. Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones (1986)
  67. Redwall by Brian Jacques (1986-2011)
  68. Beloved by Toni Morrison (1987)
  69. Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner (1987)
  70. Valdemar books by Mercedes Lackey (1987-present)
  71. The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan (1990-2013)
  72. Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (1990)
  73. The Gilda Stories by Jewelle Gomez (1991)
  74. Wars of Light and Shadow by Janny Wurts (1993-present)
  75. The Witcher by Andrzej Sapkowski (1993-2013)
  76. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami (1994-1995)
  77. Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb (1995-2017)
  78. His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman (1995-2000)
  79. The Lions of Al-Rassan by Guy Gavriel Kay (1995)
  80. Old Kingdom by Garth Nix (1995-present)
  81. A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin (1996-present)
  82. Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling (1997-2007)
  83. Crown of Stars by Kate Elliott (1997-2006)
  84. Brown Girl in the Ring by Nalo Hopkinson (1998)
  85. Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson (1999-2011)
  86. House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski (2000)
  87. Bas-Lag books by China Miéville (2000-2004)
  88. The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher (2000-present)
  89. American Gods by Neil Gaiman (2001)
  90. Kushiel’s Legacy by Jacqueline Carey (2001-2008)
  91. The Curse of Chalion by Lois McMaster Bujold (2001)
  92. Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell (2004)
  93. Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke (2004)
  94. Temeraire by Naomi Novik (2006-2016)
  95. The First Law by Joe Abercrombie (2006-present)
  96. Gentleman Bastard by Scott Lynch (2006)
  97. The Magicians by Lev Grossman (2009-2014)
  98. Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor (2010)
  99. The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson (2010-present)
  100. Broken Earth by N. K. Jemisin (2015-2017)
(Edited to move Dragonriders of Pern, A Song of Ice and Fire, The Phantom Tollbooth, and Fahfrd and the Gray Mouser to their proper places chronologically, change The Lies of Locke Lamora to Gentleman Bastard, add a date next to The Wandering Unicorn, change Small Gods to Discworld, change The Odyssey to The Epics by Homer, Oedipus Rex to the Theban Plays, and Perdido Street Station to Bas-Lag, update the end date on Temeraire, and to fix a typo that survived all those other edits.)
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2020.10.17 18:55 SirUlrichVonLichten My little brother had been missing for 17 years, and when I finally saw him again he hadn't aged a day.

My little brother Percy went missing on June 23rd, 2002. I'll never forget that day for as long as I live. Percy and I had been sitting out on our back deck, and I was giving him my old binder of Pokemon cards. I was 15 and had kind of grown out of that stuff, but Percy was 11 and he still loved it. I remember how excited he saw the Scyther card, which he put in his pocket. It was the only card he took out of the binder.
"Thanks Alex," I remember Percy saying. "You're the best brother in the whole world."
"I have my moments," I said grinning.
After giving him my cards I went back inside and went up to my room. The thing about disaster is you never see it coming. As I walked up to my room, I was like a sailor who went out to sea, unaware of the huge wave that was about to capsize his ship. My life was about to be turned upside down in ways I could never have imagined...
A couple hours after going up to my room my mom had asked me where Percy was. I shrugged, assuming he had come back inside....but he never did. He wasn't in his room, or the living room, or out back or out front. My mom called several of Percy's friends, but they had not seen him either. And it was getting dark. The binder of Pokemon cards I had given Percy was still laying out on our back deck. I remember picking it up and thinking how strange it was that Percy left it there, especially when he was so happy to have just received them.
What followed next was a blur filled with flashing police sirens, reporters asking questions and exhausting searches in the night. At one point it felt as if the whole world was watching my family; there were always reporters outside of our home and Percy's face was always plastered on the evening news. They interviewed his teachers and his friends. It was as if every single person that ever talked to Percy was given their 15 minutes of fame. My mom would cry in front of the cameras and tell the reporters what a good singer Percy was. That he had the voice of an angel. My dad hated the reporters. I tried my best to act unbothered by it all, because I assumed Percy would show up again; he would have to show up again. I couldn't lose my little brother, the little brat probably just ran away. But he would come back. He had to come back. Stuff like this happened to other families, but not mine.
We searched for days, but those days eventually turned to weeks, and those weeks turned into months....and Percy never came home. Eventually the reporters left.
"Good riddance, you goddamn parasites," I remember my father saying.
Percy's face stopped appearing on the evening news. And eventually the police told my parents they'd have to stop the searches, that their attention was needed elsewhere, but they'd leave the case open. When Percy first went missing our neighbors told us they'd always be there to lend us a hand, but eventually they stopped helping too. When the searches first started there were a hundred of us going out each night. An army of men and women shouting "Percy! Percy!" as they searched the town....but several months later, only my dad and I were left.
It was hard to tell who took Percy's disappearance the worst, my mom or my dad. My dad was a big man and had always seemed invincible to me; but after Percy went missing, he would cry every night. He wouldn't let me see, but I heard him every time I walked past my parents' room. Is there anything more terrifying to a 15 year old than hearing his father cry?
My mother never seemed to give up on Percy, she'd always wait out on the front porch, as if Percy had just gone out and was expected back for dinner. She didn't go out on searches with us, because she was adamant that someone needed to be home in case Percy showed up. Sometimes she'd stay up all night. I'd tell her to come inside or go to bed and she'd just smile and say, "Percy's coming home tonight Alex. Isn't that nice? Your brother's coming home."
One time I got mad at her, and told her to stop that, because Percy wasn't coming home....not now, not ever. I regretted saying it the moment the words came out of my mouth, but my mother was not bothered by it all. She simply smiled and went back to waiting. Waiting for dear Percy.
My father died of a heart attack 4 years after Percy went missing. My mother's mental and physical health deteriorated badly over the years, and only got worse after my father passed away. When I went to college, she moved in with my aunt. I use to call her regularly, but the conversations always shifted to the same topic....Percy.
"He's coming home today Alex," my mother would say on the other end of the phone. "He's coming home. Percy is coming home. He'll sing for us Alex. He has the voice of an angel."
"Sure mom," I would say. My aunt told me my mother's health had gotten so bad that she was bedridden now. Eventually I stopped calling my mom as much. I loved her, but I didn't want to talk about Percy or hear how he was coming home. I couldn't talk about it. The truth was deep down inside I felt a tremendous amount of guilt. I was Percy's big brother after all. I was the one who was suppose to look after him, and make sure he was safe. And I failed. I failed my little brother.
"You're the best big brother in the whole world"
I had become severely depressed over the years and things might have taken a turn for the worse, if I hadn't met Trudy in college. Trudy saved me. I told her about about Percy on our first date together, which was strange because normally I didn't talk about Percy. His disappearance was like at toxic cloud that always hung over me, and I did everything I could to not draw attention to it...but Trudy was different. I could talk to her. Really talk to her. We fell deeply in love with each other and moved in together after graduating college.
It was last year when Trudy said she wanted to go out to one the bars in town.
"There's suppose to be some music act their tonight that's getting a ton of buzz," Trudy said, using a hand to push back her bangs, which were dyed blue.
"Why not," I said smiling. "Sounds like fun."
The bar was well, a bar for hipsters. Men in flannel shirts and skinny jeans, girls with hoop earrings and colored hair. This was Trudy's world, I was just a visitor along for the ride. The beer was good at least, though I tried not to drink as much anymore. I use to drink a lot before meeting Trudy. Sometimes I'd get so drunk I'd start to talk like my mother.
"Maybe Percy's coming home. Yeah Percy's coming home. Percy oh god Percy what happened to you please come back please please please".
The hostess came on stage and tapped the mic, which made a high pitched noise and everyone groaned.
"Thanks for coming out tonight folks," the hostess said. "We've got a good one here. I want you all to give a round of applause for tonight's musical act - The Perishable Syndicate!".
The crowd clapped, but soon the applause turned into a curious murmur, as the band stepped out on stage. It was a two man band. One of the members was a lanky fellow in a fine black suit. He had long black hair, beady eyes, and a hooked nose....but it was his skin that was odd. He had such pale skin. So pale it was almost luminous. The curious murmur among the crowd soon turned into silent awe. He was so tall and lanky, that the other band member wasn't even spotted at first. But then he stepped from behind the tall man....
The other member was a boy. He looked no older than 11. He wore an identical matching black suit and just like the tall man he was incredibly pale.
And he looked just like my brother Percy.
"Trudy...." I said, finding it hard to breath. I felt like a sailor drowning. "Trudy...I think...that-"
"Shhh," Trudy said. "Show's about to start dude!"
Trudy had seen pictures of Percy, but only pictures. I knew my brother, knew him from top to bottom. The boy on stage was identical to him in every single way...except for the pale skin. That was nothing like Percy.
The tall man brought out a guitar and the boy sat on a stool in front of the mic. I wasn't close to the stage, but for one fleeting moment I thought the boy saw me. I thought I saw recognition in his eyes. But it was gone just as soon as it came. The man began playing the guitar, it was a folksy kind of melody. It was nice. And then the boy started to sing, and I wanted to rip my ears out. I wished at that moment I had gone deaf, because the boy didn't just have an amazing singing voice....
He had Percy's singing voice. It was the voice of an angel, like my mother use to say. But that wasn't possible. Couldn't be possible.
I can't tell you the lyrics of the song or how long it lasted, I can only say that every person in the bar listened with rapt attention. Some people began crying, others laughing and giggling and when the song ended the crowd broke into a tremendous applause. It was like a strange fervor had taken over the bar. You would think The Beatles had just performed on stage. The pale man and boy bowed to the audience and then left.
"How about that folks? Wasn't that something special..." The hostess said when she came back on stage.
I immediately got up and headed for the back of the stage.
"Alex, where are you-" I heard Trudy say somewhere behind me. I ignored her. I wrestled through the crowd and pushed my way through a door. After a short hallway, I made it through another door and was behind the stage. I felt nauseous. I felt like I was going to hurl. I didn't know if I was having a panic attack or if someone had slipped something into my drink. I felt the edges of my sanity begin to peel off. The same thing played in my mind, like a record on loop.
That was Percy oh god that was Percy.
"Be sure to buy a lot of booze and tip your waiters." I heard the hostess say out front. I began searching frantically for any sign of the man and boy.
"Percy! Percy!" I started shouting backstage. "Percy! Are you here? It's me Alex!".
"What's going on here?" Said a large man in a t-shirt with the bar's name written on it. The bar's manager no doubt.
"The man and the boy, are they here?" I said desperately.
"Look buddy," the manager said. "You can't be back here."
"Tell me where they are!" I yelled at the manager. Please tell me where they are. Don't you know who that was mister, don't you know that was my little brother? "Please, that boy-"
"Alex?" It was Trudy. She came through the door and had a concerned look on her face. "Alex, what's going on?"
"Look, I get you like the band," the manager said "But you can't be back here. Please return to the bar."
Ignoring the manager I grabbed Trudy. "Trudy, that boy....that was Percy. I know it. I know it was him."
"Percy..." Trudy said cautiously. And she looked at me in a way she never had before. She looked at me with pity. It broke my heart. "You mean your brother Percy?"
"I don't know what's going on here," the manager said and he was starting to sound furious. "But if you don't leave this area, I'm calling the cops. You. Can't. Fucking. Be. Back. Here."
"It's okay, we're going," Trudy said and she grabbed my hand.
"No Trudy," I said pulling my hand back. "It was him, it was Percy it was -"
"Alex, think about what you're saying. Percy went missing 17 years ago. He'd be an adult by now. That kid was...well a kid!"
Her words hit me like a ton of bricks. Suddenly, I was brought back to earth. Suddenly, I felt very embarrassed. I felt my head clear, felt my sanity begin to piece itself back together. I turned back toward the manager, who simply shook his head and pointed his finger at the door. Trudy grabbed my hand again and this time I didn't resist. A couple minutes later, I was sitting in the alley outside the bar, crying softly into Trudy's arms.
"I thought....I thought..."
"It's okay," Trudy said gently. "You're okay. I'm here Alex. I'm right here with you."
"Why, why did I think that was him?" I said through the tears. "What's wrong with me?"
"It's okay," Trudy said. "You had an episode. It happens. But I'm here for you Alex. I'm right here."
That night as we laid in our bed, I thought about what Trudy had said. He'd be an adult by now. She was right of course. If Percy was alive, he wouldn't look like the boy I knew. He'd be a man. But I couldn't stop thinking about the boy. His voice....his voice was the same. I had heard Percy sing at church a million times. That was his voice.
But that was impossible. He was just a boy that looked like Percy. A boy that looked and sang just like Percy. Just a boy I didn't know, who was in a two man band with a incredibly tall and pale looking man. And the boy, wasn't he pale too?
Oh jesus, oh jesus...
The next morning Trudy and I talked about the bar incident again. We agreed that I had had some kind of episode; but it wasn't necessary to seek professional help unless it happened again. I didn't tell Trudy that the whole thing still bothered me. That one part of my brain was screaming at me to find Percy. That the boy on stage was my brother, no two ways about it. It was the first time I kept something from her. I didn't tell her because I thought of that look she gave me the night before. That look of pity. I didn't ever want to see her look at me that way again. So we resumed our lives, happy as can be.
I would get home from work two hours before Trudy, and that's when I would make my calls. I started calling all the bars and music venues around town and asking if any of them had booked the band, The Perishable Syndicate. Some of the venues said they had played for them weeks ago, but couldn't give me any other information on them. Others said they had never heard of them. None of them had booked them for any upcoming shows though. I kept these calls a secret from Trudy. I felt like I was cheating on her. But I didn't stop. I made calls everyday.
It was him. I know it was him.
I called my mother for the first time in a long time. She sounded bad, real bad. Her voice sounded so weak. "Percy's coming home Alex. Didn't you here? He'll sing for us, won't that be fine?" I didn't tell her about the bar incident.
After a couple weeks of making calls I started to feel discourage. Then one day my phone rang. It was an unknown number and I thought of not answering at first - I hated spam calls. But curiosity got the better of me and I answered.
"Hello?"
At first no one responded. I could here a sort of heavy breathing on the other end of the phone. I was going to hang up when a voice spoke. The voice was like nails on a chalkboard. "I hear you're looking for The Perishable Syndicate."
"Who is this?" I asked.
Again there was silence filled only with heavy breathing. "They're having a show tonight at 10 PM." The voice said eventually. Something about the voice made my skin crawl.
"Where?" I asked, and I felt that same madness I felt that night at the bar. It was a greedy madness. "Please, tell me."
There was more heavy breathing and then the voice on the other end gave me an address. Then without saying anything else, they hung up. I looked up the address and saw it was several hours from me. It was already 6 PM and Trudy would be home soon. But if I left now, I would be able to get there just in time. It didn't take long for me to come to a decision. I sent Trudy a text saying I was going to see my mom and for her not to worry.
I drove.
Percy. I'm coming Percy.
The drive took me through several small towns. I only saw the occasional person. They stared out from their windows like mannequins. I was struck by how quiet and empty these towns seemed. Eventually I made it the address the stranger had given to me. It was a building in the woods. There was no signs out front, and the building had no windows. There were no cars in the dirt parking lot I pulled into and an eerie silence hung over the building. It certainly didn't look as if there would be a show playing there tonight. I was beginning to feel foolish. I thought maybe whoever called me had lied. Had sent me off on a wild goose chase. Probably one of the employees from the previous venues I called. It was all just some kind of prank.
*"Hey remember that asshole who called about The Perishable Syndicate? Let's fuck with him."
I was the butt of someone's cruel joke. I was thinking of turning back, when the door to the building opened. Dim light escaped from the building and a woman walked outside. She had black hair, was dressed nicely....and she had pale skin.
I got out of my car and approached her. The woman looked up at me and I saw shock on her face. Her eyes went bug eyed.
"What are you doing here?" The woman said.
"Oh, well, is The Perishable Syndicate playing here tonight? I heard they were playing here and I -"
"Who told you they would be here?" The woman snapped at me. "You shouldn't be here-"
"It's okay Sonia," a familiar voice said. It was a voice that made my skin crawl. A man walked out from the door. Like the woman he was dressed nicely and had that strange pale skin. Unlike the woman, who was beautiful in her own way, this man was ugly as sin. He had a pinched face that reminded me of a rat, and a smile that seemed a little too wide. "I invited him."
"You should not have done that Marcus," Sonia said.
The man, Marcus, merely shrugged. And then with a crooked finger gestured for me to come forward.
"You're the one who called me?" I asked.
"I am," Marcus said in that horrible voice of his. "Please come in. The band is getting ready to play."
I looked at Marcus and the dark building behind him. The rational part of my brain was telling me to run. Don't you see how wrong this all is? Run, Alex, Run. But another part of me spoke too.
"You're the best brother in the whole world"
I followed Marcus inside and we made our way down a set of stairs. It was a basement bar. With every step I started feeling that greedy madness again. That madness that said I needed to find my little brother.
We entered a room that was packed to the brim with people. The people here were pale, and beautiful, and ugly, and tall, and short. They were all dressed in fine black clothes, and were seated at tables with glasses of red wine. Trudy loved wine. I wondered if she would know this brand. It was thick and syrupy looking and the bottles around the room didn't have any labels.
They were all in conversation, these beautiful and ugly people, but when I stepped into the room the conversation stopped. No, it died. They all turned to look at me. Some of them looked confused, like Sonia did in the parking lot. Others looked angry. But most of them smiled. And it was the ones who smiled that downed their red glasses of wine and licked their lips seductively. I heard chuckles and laughter break across the room.
"What have you brought us here Marcus?" One of them said.
"Little lamb, little lamb," another one cooed.
"Thirsty, always thirsty," someone said drunkenly.
"Can I have this one? Please, let me have this one!"
Their voices rose and a fervor swept across the room. Next to me Marcus giggled. The stairway behind me was suddenly blocked, and the beautiful and ugly pale creatures began surrounding me. Soon, they were touching me. Grabbing at my clothes, my arms, my legs, my face. Some caressed and others shoved. Some hissed and others purred. I did my best to push them away. But there were so many of them, and I was drowning in the crowd, and oh god they were beginning to open their mouths, and their teeth...their teeth...
"STOP!"
Their mouths closed, and their hands left my body. They all turned toward the sound of the voice. Turned towards the stage.
The boy was there. Wearing the same black outfit he had worn the other night. The tall and lanky man was standing beside him. But it was boy who spoke. The boy who told them to stop. And there was a look on all their faces as they stared at my little brother, and I was sure now it was my little brother. It was a look of reverence....and fear.
"Please, young master," Marcus said. His horrible voice sounded timid and weak. "I brought this one here as a gift for us. He was so curious, so curious..."
And the pale things turned back to me and again began to open their mouths.
"Did you not hear my son? Does his voice fall on deaf ears?" And it was the lanky man who spoke and when he did, many of the pale creatures flinched. Some threw their heads down and others gave pitiful cries. Immediately the ones closest to me backed away. "We will deal with you later Marcus. For now, bring him to my quarters."
The lanky man and the boy left the stage. Someone grabbed me, though gently. I turned...it was Sonia. She had a nervous look on her face.
"Come," she said.
She lead me through the crowd of pale creatures, and now none of them would even look at me. We walked through a small hallway and then we stood outside of a black door. She inclined her head. I opened the door and stepped into the room. It was dimly lit, like the rest of the building, but was well furbished, with expensive looking upholstery.
The pale man sat in a red chair. The boy was standing in the middle of the room. The door closed behind me and for a moment, no one said anything. Then I began crying.
"Percy...It is you, isn't it Percy?" I wanted to run to him. I wanted to wrap my arms around him, but something was stopping me. I looked at the pale man sitting in the chair. He sat nonchalantly, but there was also a quiet stiffness to the way he sat. As if he could pounce at any moment.
The boy squinted his face, as if he was having trouble finding the right words. And then he spoke. "Not....anymore."
"What do you mean not anymore?" I said. "Percy...who are these people? What did they do to you? Where did you go Percy, god where did you go?"
"I...left," Percy said. His voice was quiet. Cold. Yet there was a hint of embarrassment too.
"You left? Percy, do you have any idea how heartbroken mom and dad were? Do you have any idea what it did to them?"
"He is my Father," Percy said, pointing to the pale man. "And she is my Mother." He pointed behind me. I turned around. It was Sonia. She had come in without me noticing. Somehow.
"Your father?" I said disgusted. "Our father cried for you every night. He cried and looked for you and never stopped looking until his body couldn't take it anymore and he died. He died, Percy. And our mother Percy. She lives with Aunt Lydia now. She's so sick and she misses you so much."
"Aunt Lydia? With the rose garden?" Percy said and his voice was hazy. As if remembering a forgotten dream. His hand went up and he gently touched the pocket of his coat. There was something in there...
"Yes, Percy, yes. You remember don't you?" I said. "These people aren't your family."
"Why...why did you let them take me?" Percy said and there was the faintest hint of tears gleaming in his eyes.
"I'm sorry," I said ashamed. "I'm sorry I wasn't there to protect you. Please come home. We miss you so much. I miss you so much, Percy."
Sonia walked around me and put her arms around Percy. The pale man sat up and stood near them. Together, they looked like something out of a nightmare. A pale and beautiful nightmare.
"I allowed this conversation," the pale man said. "Out of respect for my son's previous life. And as a courtesy and repayment for the trick Marcus played on you. You were not suppose to come here."
"You son of a bitch," I said and I wanted to charge him. But I thought of those teeth....those awful teeth. "I...I'll call the police. I'll tell them about this place."
"Please, do," Sonia said. "When they come here they'll find nothing but an empty building."
"You won't ever find us, no matter how hard you look," the pale man said. And his beady eyes narrowed. "And you won't ever see our son again."
I looked at my little brother, who use to snore loudly, and get mad every time I beat him in video games. My little brother who had the voice of an angel, and was so happy when I gave him my binder of Pokemon cards. My little brother...who had been turned into something horrifying and pale.
"Please, Percy. Please come home."
Percy blinked and if there was ever any trace of warmth in those cold eyes, it was gone.
"I am home."
The next thing I saw was the pale man approaching me, and then I blacked out. When I woke up, I was still in the room, but there was no one else there. And I knew there would be no one else left in the building as well. I walked through the empty hallway and bar, and made my way up the stairs. When I opened the door, sunlight struck my eyes. I got in my car and saw I had numerous texts from Trudy asking if I was okay, how was my mom, and when I'd be home.
I started my car and drove away from that terrible dark building. I drove past the empty towns, where mannequin like people stared at me from their windows. I drove on and on and only stopped to fill up gas. I drove until I came to a house with a rose garden out front.
I knocked on the door and Aunt Lydia looked surprised to see me.
"She's doing really well today Alex," Aunt Lydia said as we walked through her house. "Go ahead and see for yourself. I haven't seen her this well in a long time."
I walked up the stairs and made my way down the short hallway. I opened the door and saw my mother laying in her bed. She was so frail looking.
When did she get so frail?
She saw me come in and smiled.
"Oh Alex, sweetie," my mother said. "You came."
"Hey, mom," I said sitting down on the bed.
"You won't believe it Alex," my mother said beaming up at me. "Percy came. I saw him. He came last night. He came through the window. Just like Peter Pan. You remember when I read Peter Pan to you boys don't you? Percy loved Peter Pan."
I looked up at the window which was closed.
"He sang to me, Alex," My mother continued. "He sang to me. He still has the voice of an angel. He sang such sweet songs. My Percy, my little Percy. And he left something for you."
My mother lifted her finger. It looked as if it took all her strength to do so. She pointed at the table by her bed. I looked over.....and saw it.
There was something blue on the table. It was a Pokemon card, lying face down. I walked over to it and flipped it over. It was Scyther. The card that Percy had put in his pocket that day he disappeared. I picked up the card and wept. You might think it ridiculous to for a grown man to cry over a card, but I couldn't have stopped the tears even if I had wanted to. Percy had been here. He had come to say one final goodbye.
I put the card in my pocket, and said goodbye to my mom and Aunt Lydia. I drove back to my apartment. Back to Trudy. I didn't tell her what happened that night, I knew she wouldn't believe a word of it. I only told her that I was better now. We embraced and it felt good to be back with her. It felt right. My mother died shortly after. I wasn't there when she went, but Aunt Lydia said she went peacefully and with a smile on her face. I hope that's true.
I know in my heart I'll never see my little brother Percy again. But who knows maybe one day you'll be at a bar with some friends, sipping on some nice cold beers. And maybe the hostess will introduce a band you've never heard of, and you'll see a lanky looking man and a pale boy come on stage. Give them a listen.
The boy has the voice of an angel.
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2020.10.15 09:47 Chasmerm And the award for the Worst Mother Goose in the history of EVER goes too....also, I wondered how long it would take for the typical behavior to start up.

https://youtu.be/qok5deOiOts
So. Let’s see. Everyone’s favorite cuddly hands-on, fun-lovin, bed sharing Uncle ... humors the worst, slowest -moving, bumbling and quite possibly inebriated Mother Goose ...until he finds a way to shove the girls to floor and put a little boy on his lap.
At least that’s what I was expecting anyway. 🤷🏻‍♀️ what do I know?
Everything. The same. Always.
He’s corralled all these people into a room. Places himself in the middle of an exhausted, deflated group of adults and children, and toys and distracting bullshittery. (I see you Goose Lady 🍷 )
Meanwhile he plays up the “I’m just a kid” Schtick. And the Parents are thinking please God let us out of this room after the longest, loudest, never-ending day of our lives...he will play it UP until they will eventually let their guard DOWN. Maybe this night? Maybe the next?
This film is droll on the surface. But it’s fascinating, horrifying and revealing at the same time. This benign Pretend child Character he plays...with the fake energy and enthusiasm...is sucking the life out of the room. He’s been working every angle all day. Another typical tornado Michael Jackson play date...where he sits in the center stage...and everyone else is spinning with sensory overload. 🌪
Even Mother Goose wants it to be over. She never even manages a proper story. So weird. It’s like he forced his maid to play a role she just wasn’t cut out for, or something...she’s just not comfortable.
She’s also not into the “Applehead” crap. And basically says so. Keeps trying to talk to the parents...and look away and/or not engage with Michael.
It’s fascinating because you can see him work the room, you can see why or how he would get parents to just say, yeah, throw their hands up... and say “sure, sleep over in here...whatever, whatever.” There is one Mom in the background (3:40) for about 3 seconds and she has the look. You know...the “I just spent 5 hours at Chucky Cheese and I wish I was dead” body language. Any adult knows the way it feels.
Except for gum popping, sunglass wearing Peter Pan. Because Mother Goose is so interesting and enthralling with that great book reading.
Wait, what?! How’d that happen?! Am I the only one that missed it?
Is that a lil boy on Michael’s lap?!
Tricky. 🥺
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2020.10.12 21:33 Thechampainoffears My cabinet full of smells....

Me: I never knew that there existed a "fragrance community." Now that I found it, it's interesting to me. I've always enjoyed "smelling good" and in champagned fueled poking around reddit, I found this sub. So, I thought you guys might be interested in my thoughts on some of the fragrances I've accumulated over the years, essentially immune from an internet community that I really didn't know existed. A little bit about me, if you're interested. I'm 44, male and am "in finance." I am at a point in my life where I am divorced, financially independent, and dating women across an age range from 24-50. I mention this only because it seems like a lot of the fragrance discipline seems to be oriented around what the opposite sex seems to find attractive. Sure, all that is fun but mainly, I enjoy the ideas of scent memories and the stories that are in the smells I wear. Probably unnecessarily romantic but in the long run, we're all dead so..who cares? May as well have a blast while we're here..
Anyway, here is a quick look at my "scent wardrobe," I think you guys call it? And my thoughts about some of them.
Adidas: Sport Fever I bought this probably 15 years ago at a drug store because once upon a time, I enjoyed a Hugo Boss fragrance which came in a round ball and smelled like oranges and coriander. This had orange on the label and seemed "sporty." It smells approximately like Creed Aventus (more on that later) because it has a lot of fruit and mint business going on. It doesn't smell anything at all like the Hugo Boss that inspired its purchase. It's just ok. It smells like a drugstore cologne that cost $5. It's not terrible but don't buy it. There's nothing exciting going on, here. If you want to toss this on after a shave, no problem but don't expect to smell amazing. Also, though, you won't smell bad. Next.
Aqua Velva: Musk This stuff.... It's another $6 drug store smell but it smells like getting deals done in New York City in 1986. It's too strong and it smells artificial but it somehow smells like business. I feel like this is what men think men should smell like to get the secretaries excited in the movie "Big." There is a woman out there who will follow you anywhere because you wore this but you better want her because all the others will think that you smell like Harvey Keitel in "Bad Lieutenant" but maybe you A, don't care and B, want to smell exactly like that. You should own this.
Aqua Velva: Aqua Velva Ice Blue This will make you smell like you just got back from a submarine assignment in WW2. It's great to throw on liberally after a shave. Least of all because it burns like a mother fucker and will mix with your coffee and morning cigarette to wake you up. I used to wear this all the time because my cheating ex wife liked it. Probably because it reminded her of her grandfather. Even at the time, I thought, "This appeals to women who have daddy issues." It probably still does but for probably obvious reasons, I don't wear it anymore.
Ariana Grande: Cloud I bought this because a really cute sales 20 something year old sales girl at Ulta told me that it smelled exactly like a much more expensive perfume while I was there buying nail polish with my kid. To be honest, I didn't give a crap what it smelled like. I was hitting on the 20 something year old Ulta girl. It smells like dessert. I'll wear it sometimes but not when I expect to be taken seriously. This is actually a fun fragrance and not offensive. If I'm "jeans and a sweater" and picking apples or something, I'll wear this. It's like an actually reasonably well made version of what I think I remember the freshman girls in college wearing (which was probably Charlie or Teen Spirit deodorant or something.) I should probably throw this out or give it to my kid. The 20 something and I went out a few times for drinks but I think she needs surgery to remove her cell phone from her hand and an intervention on her social media addiction.
Bath and Body Works: Bourbon I go to Bath and Body works because they sell Proraso shave cream, which you can really only get in Italy, under the name of "Bigelow." They also have fragrances which I will occasionally sniff when I go in to buy shave cream. This one was one of those. I have a thing for stuff that smells ambery and churchy and this one gets there. This has that "new perfume" smell. I don't know, is that "ambroxyn?" who knows. But once it mellows down, it's really rich and smooth. Very woody and masculine. It's probably a little "young" for me but it's pretty generic and just smells like "fall." That said, I haven't worn it this fall, yet. It's strongish and I've had people either tell me that it smells "nice" or not comment on it at all which is potentially a worse indictment since they definitely smell it.
Bath and Body Works: Dark Amber This shit smells delicious. It smells like powder and amber. Period. I like the smell of amber way more than powder but this is really nice and cold weather feeling. I think that this is might be a shittily created scent because Bath and Body works, right? But it consistently gets me told that I smell good. This seems inoffensive, generally pleasing and I like the way that it smells, even though it isn't really that complex. You can buy this pretty worry free. Could also easily be worn by a woman.
Bigelow: Lemon 1999 This is, to my mind, just great. It smells like lemons and salt water and once you spray it on your skin, it almost disappears unless someone is right on top of you. There's very little complexity here but the lemon smell is so pure and clean. I cook a lot so I really appreciate pure smells like garlic, lemon and strawberries. This doesn't smell "like" lemon. It smells lemon. It smells like you just walked by a lemon tree in Sicily. I don't wear this because I want to smell good to anyone but me. It stays tight and really close to you. You're not going to leave a lemon cloud behind yourself. This one, impossibly, came also from Bath and Body Works. If it were $200 at Bloomingdales, I would have bought it. I think it cost me $30. This is great. Next time you're in Bath and Body Works getting cookie scented hand sanitizer, buy this.
Burberry: London This smells like the drawing room at Christmas from the Nutcracker. It's fucking brilliant. I'll wear this in the middle of the summer when I want to smell like Santa Claus is coming. It hits all the spots. It's clean but heavy. It just smells like home and comfort. If you want to feel at peace while things are seemingly out of control, wear this. I don't remember why or when I bought this but it smells like comfort. Buy this.
Burberry: Touch People have commented that this smells great on me. I think it smells like shit. It smells like a baby powder bomb. I really only wear it very occasionally because it apparently smells much better on my skin than I think it does. Don't buy this. I don't trust people who say that this smells good. Too heavy, too sneezy and too much powder. No go.
Burberry: Brit for Him This is ok but only smells "sophisticated" if you don't know what Guerlain fragrances smell like. I honestly think that there are $5 CVS fragrances that smell better than this. It's really thick and has a fake rosy smell to it. I smells like they tried hard to make it smell good but focused mostly on making it smell "strong." I don't love this one but will very occasionally wear it to convince myself to not wear it next time.
Burberry: Brit Rhythm This smells better than the Brit. But is also probably too "young" for me. It's got a nice vegetal flavor going on and smells like it wants to smell like basil and patchouli but it also smells very grating and aggressive (while still not offensive.) I could wear this but I'd vaguely smell like everyone else in my firm. Pass on this one. It's ok but not great. It's pretty generic and smells at the same time like everything else but just enough different from everything else that it's not quite the same.
Cartier: Pasha de Cartier Now, we're starting to get into serious business. This smells like money and also, vaguely, my pediatrician in 1979. Pasha just smells aggressive. I'm pretty sure it will fill a room with a strong but tolerable smell. It smells uniquely like Pasha de Cartier. You know it immediately, when you smell it. It smells like you paid an interior designer to tell you to have no furniture except for Relling chairs in your office. It smells like you own a 911 turbo which you've never taken above 80 mph. It smells like you could fuck the wife of the guy you're talking to but you'd probably chicken out if it came down to it. I love Pasha de Cartier.
Cartier: Declaration This shit stinks. I love it but it stinks. When you put it on, you think, "Do I smell like cumin seed? Will people think I stink?" The answer is "Yes." I wish I were brave enough to wear this more often. It is an absolutely fascinating smell. But the only one who will find it "fascinating" is you. Do NOT wear this in public. But DO buy it. I dare you.
Creed: Aventus I paid way too much for this because I was in Bloomingdales and was looking to spend "stupid money" for no reason whatsoever and the shopper girl told me that this was the next hot thing. It seems like this is highly regarded in the fragrance reddits but I don't think that it's worth the price. It's funny because somehow, in the store, it seemed a little steep but not wholly unreasonable. So I bought it. But I have worn this very infrequently. I can't put my finger on it but it's simultaneously strong but weak. Sweet but not. Cloying yet subtle. I originally thought that it smelled good but I don't anymore. When I put this on, it somehow convinces me that it smells great and will smell even better but it never makes good on that promise. It's weird. I don't hate it but it aggravates me that I paid so much for it, to smell essentially like fruit cocktail. It's just ok. I feel like maybe Guerlain and Penhaligons have spoiled me and I would have enjoyed this more if it had been way less money.
Davidoff: Cool Water Coral Reef This one, I like. It seems like "dirty" Cool Water to me. I like cool water just fine but this is a little bit more (or less.) There's nothing ground breaking, here. It smells like the sea, sans fish and stink. When I'm on a boat, I will wear this. I don't know how to be more plain. It seems like there's a minty bit in there that pushes it a little beyond the saltiness of Cool Water. I think Cool Water is really a classic and this is a good if slight improvement on it. You can't go wrong with this one but it's also not going to knock anyone's socks off.
Dior: Sauvage This is garbage. Plain and simple. I bought this because I was talking to another guy in my office about fragrance and he told me all about how Sauvage was that best thing that had been released in the past hundred years. So, I went to see my guy at Bloomingdales and got a bottle. This shit stinks. It smells like Axe body wash. There's something in it that makes me think of the "too much cologne" guy. I don't even care about the stuff that's under that. The primary smell is the "too much cologne guy." I was honestly shocked. I didn't figure that Dior would release something so brutal and blunt. Maybe this is just too "young" for me but I think that it's unnecessarily heavy and falsely deep. Not impressed. I like Dolce and Gabbana Light Blue Sun for women WAY better. More on that later. Regardless, Sauvage is a no go. Do not buy this.
Dolce and Gabbana: Light Blue Sun This is a women's fragrance. I don't care. It smells amazing. It's not unisex. If you're a man and you wear this, you're going to smell like a chick. But a really sophisticated chick with her shit entirely together. This smells like the beach and salt water and the sun and coppertone. It smells like a day that you wished you'd known was going to be as perfect as it turned out to be so that you could have paid attention better. This smells like a sexy librarian with a trust fund who you think, "She has no idea how hot she is." You're wrong. She knows exactly how hot she is and she wrecks men like you. I love this and wear it regularly during the summer. When told that this smells good, I always think, "Of course you think it smells good. I smell like the woman with the story you'd like to be yours."
Dunhill: Edition Do you want to smell like Magnum PI? For an hour? Buy Edition. Edition is magical. For a very short time. If you want to smell like James Bond, killing people after you just met a smoking hot spy at some roulette table, you need Edition. I don't know what this smells like. But it doesn't last long. It just smells like British. I don't know what more to say about that. It smells like green plants and assertiveness and a Jaguar XK150. You'll think you smell good and you'll be right but nobody else will be able to smell you after you leave the house. Edition smells absolutely amazing but you better do whatever you're up to quickly because it will leave you just as quickly as you put it on. This is like a less aggressive de Pasha. Buy it and then, be annoyed that it lasts for shit. Come to think of it, James Bond movies are only 2 hours long so maybe it lasts exactly as long as it needs to.
Dunhill: Fresh Do NOT buy this. Because it smells amazing and like very few other fragrances and it is my secret. This is very near all the other "sea" fragrances but goes further, somehow. This smells like the movie Dirty Rotten Scoundrels in the best way possible. This smells like Nice in August. The sea is there, the flowers are there, the food is there. This smells like that linen shirt that you almost don't put on because you think, "This makes me look like P. Diddy...I probably shouldn't wear this." But, yes, you should and who cares? Dunhill Fresh is so slick and subtle but also different. Nobody will tell you that you smell great because you just will and it smells like you're expecting to smell great and it's not a big deal. I've worn this on the Mediterranean and it was exactly perfect. It doesn't need to be warm and sunny to wear this. But it will definitely remind you of the days of summer.
Guerlain: Habit Rouge I bought this because my grandfather always had it. This smells like your grandmother's ass and lipstick when you first spray it on. But....wait. It turns into something amazing. I don't know how but it does. Habit Rouge starts out smelling like fake roses and playdoh. And then, it somehow morphs into something that can't be described. It smells like meritocracy and maturity and magic and the drawer of a dresser that has smelled exactly the same in one of the houses on Bellevue Avenue in Newport for 100 years. Be clear. You will not like or "get" Habit Rouge the first time you wear it. You will think that it smells like an old lady. You will think that it's a lot of things but none of them, "male." Stop. Let it sink in. Let it sit. Habit Rouge is so good it should be illegal. You need to have balls the size of Godzilla to wear Habit Rouge. Or, wear Habit Rouge and you will end up with Godzilla sized balls. I don't want to be crass but, there are two fragrances (both Guerlain) that have elicited the statement, "You smell fucking amazing" in bed. The first is Habit Rouge. Once you get Habit Rouge on your skin it's nearly impossible to understand why other fragrances exist at all. Habit Rouge mixed with light body odor and the smell of having been outdoors is so good it should be a federal offense.
Guerlain: Heritage This is what Chanel Egoiste would smell like if they took the "bug spray" smell out. Again, almost impossible to describe. It's got that "Dead Poets Society" smell but deeper and more serious. It's got a warmer, velvety feel to it. There's a leather background to it and something that just makes you want to keep smelling it. How Guerlains are around $100 a bottle, I have no idea whatsoever. Heritage isn't my "signature" scent but it could be. It could be anyone's. I'm probably wrong but if you're a young guy who has been told to get Sauvage...ignore that and get Heritage. They don't smell the same but trust me that you'll realize that this was a great idea much later.
Guerlain: L'Instant I'm going to keep this short and tell you two things, here. 1. L'Instant smells like chocolate covered orange peel, incense, vanilla and the heavy red velvet curtains in a French whore house and will change but lasts almost 24 hours. 2. L'Instant WILL get you laid. Guaranteed. By women or men who know exactly what they're doing and are unnaturally talented at fucking. I'm sorry to be coarse but some things need to be stated exactly as they are. L'Instant goes great with my Ferragamo loafers. L'Instant smells like you've never made a bad decision because even your bad decisions turn out brilliantly. L'Instant smells like the integrity of Abraham Lincoln crossed with the filth of a really artfully shot porn film. If all Guerlain made was this, they could consider themselves "done." This stuff is in an entirely other league. This is the other Guerlain that has elicited the contextual comment referenced in the Habit Rouge summary. The things that you will do and the situations that you will find yourself in while wearing L'Instant will ruin your life and you'll love every minute. Please, don't buy this. I'm warning you. You'll accidentally buy a boat. You'll have a soundtrack that only you can hear. You'll feel bad for Chris Isaak and Helena Christensen that they were so prudish and awkward in that Wicked Game video in comparison to you.
Guerlain: Vetiver I read somewhere that JFK used to wear this. I can see that. If you want to smell like Don Draper, wear this. It's pretty straight forward and smells like Vetiver. How do I know that? Because I have Royall Vetiver and the smell is almost identical. You can tell that this is well made and classic but it might not be the smell for you. I think that maybe, once upon a time, vetiver was a man's smell. But I think that enough time has passed that nobody remembers when men smelled like this. You'll have to decide how you play that. If you want to know what vetiver smells like, get this. If you want to smell like vetiver, get this. I haven't given this one a fair shot but I want to. It's very even toned and reasonable. It smells like it could be worn by someone dangerous but probably wouldn't be.
Lacoste: Pour Homme This is a great middle of the road smell. This is suit but with no tie. It's citrusy but also smells a little like burning leaves. I had a friend in high school who wore United Colors of Benneton and this reminds me of that. I don't think that they smell the same but I get the same, fun, innocent feeling from those days when I smell this. I think this would smell great on a man or a woman. I wear this now and then when I think, "Oh, I like that one. I haven't worn it in a while. I think I'll wear it today. This smells like a really solid concierge at the Hilton. He'll get you whatever you want and make you feel like a million bucks. No reason not to have this one.
Lacoste: Essential I like this Lacoste, too. It's very simple and very fresh. It smells like a fancy tennis game in 1983. Another high school memory, here. When I was in high school, I spent my summers working at the pool restaurant at the country club. This smells like that. It smells like sporty money but nothing too obnoxious or simplistic. It's exactly what it needs to be. This is a good fragrance for a steak dinner at one of those places where everything is a la carte. If you're wearing a polo shirt with an alligator on it, you should wear this because you'll smell exactly right and it's what everyone is imagining you probably smell like, anyway. Give the people what they want. I don't remember where or when I bought this but I feel like it's probably too cheap to not get. Again, if you're a young guy and someone told you to buy Dior Sauvage buy this instead. I say that because demographic-wise, this skews towards the younger women I've dated. 25 year old women with their first "real job in the city" seem to like this scent.
Lalique: Encre Noir I bought this at Neiman Marcus. I think that I'd be blown away by this if I hadn't smelled anything from Guerlain. This is heavy and smells like Dracula in a mossy forest. This might be one of my favorites if I could stop wearing L'Instant. This is very dark and thick. It's almost choking and intoxicating. It smells like new money. It smells like someone who knows that class and manners are important and is trying their best to be appropriate but didn't stop to consider whether smelling like forest Dracula is necessarily appropriate in all instances. This smells great and is very forgiving despite its heft. I wouldn't let my daughter date a guy who smelled like this but I would appreciate the hell out of his effort. On the right woman, this would smell incredible and dangerous. Buy it but don't wear it all the time.
Lalique: Encre Noir Extreme I also bought this at Neiman Marcus at the same time as the other one. Everything I said about the first one stands but this one somehow has a more citrusy furniture addition and the smell of incense inside a confessional. It's hard to decide which of these is better because they're simultaneously very close but also very different. Another solid one. I'm not as convinced that this one would be good "on the right woman" it might be good on the "wrong woman." If you smell her, let me know. I bought this once and would again.
Lalique: Bentley Intense Ok, in defense of "Sauvage guy" in my office, he also recommended this and he was right. I wasn't keen on the idea of a car fragrance. It seemed tacky to me. Is that the second place prize? "I can't afford a Bentley but I smell like their perfume?" But I must admit that this stuff smells great. Super easy to wear with a suit and tie or open collar and jeans. It's very rummy and a little bit leathery and has a smell of iced tea. Maybe it doesn't and I just get confused because it's the color of iced tea. This could almost be a Guerlain scent if Guerlain didn't insist on making everything smell like it came out of a steam powered time machine. It's modern enough to be modern but classic enough to be classic. This smells like a solid upstanding family man who was a little wild in his younger days but has toned it down and has settled into his adult life but still probably shouldn't be allowed to go to a bachelor party.
Michael Kors: Extreme Sky I feel like I shouldn't like this but I do. To me, Michael Kors is synonymous with people buying a Michael Kors bag when they really want a Vuitton but don't have the coin and convince themselves that Michael Kors is just as good. But this stuff smells like lightning and rain. I don't know another way to describe it. It's fresh and windy and feels like what the Sharper Image should smell like back when Sharper Image was cool and not just more expensive Spencers Gifts. (Are these references contemporary? Do those places still exist?) This smells like chrome and glass and track lighting. This smells like the guy at the BMW dealer who's the best salesman there and is somehow making 6 figures selling cars and has no idea that he could triple his income doing exactly what he's doing but selling something other than cars. I don't wear this often but I will miss it when it's gone because by that time, you won't be able to get it anymore. I probably shouldn't like this one but I do.
Penhaligons: Bayolea Do you want to spend an insane amount of money to smell like a barber shop in 1952? Then, this is for you. This stuff smells like a pirate ship if pirates weren't filthy and showered. This is like the best Bay Rhum that you will ever inhale. It smells like someone else's signature smell that they found ages ago for next to no money in some little shop in the Virgin Islands but which you will never be able to get. It smells like it should be cheap but the quality is just beyond next level. This is classic. They say that vetiver is the classic male scent but I think, really, it's this one. This smells like the guy with the 150' sail boat who used to sail his own boat but then hired a captain to sail it for him but then decided that he was going to go back to sailing his own boat again.
Penhaligons: Endymion This stuff is unbelievable. It reminds me of a very British Guerlain. This is up there with L'Instant and is somehow similar but with the addition of espresso. Very sophisticated. You might want to take up pipe smoking if you want to wear this. Or, at least, increase the number of leather bound first editions that you own. This is what Winston Churchill would smell like if he looked like George Clooney. I don't think that a younger guy could wear this. It doesn't smell like an old man but just like you need to mature into your first Kiton shirt, you need to be ready to step into this one. This smells like an F-50 CEO who somehow never has to do any work. No problem whatsoever with a woman wearing this one. I have one in particular who always uses a bit when she leaves.
Penhaligons: Juniper Sling. Gin martini. That's it. This smells like a gin martini without the alcoholic stink. People will ask you if they're correct that you smell like a martini. They will be. This one is fun to wear and I feel like it's a companion to Bayolea. To be fair to this one it only really smells like a martini for the first hour and then it turns into something that smells like the flowery freshness of a garden on a not too humid day. This reminds me of the 100 year old tile bathroom on the first floor of the NYAC. It smelled that way 100 years ago and will still smell the same 100 years from now, long after you're dead. This just smells like class in a bottle. If you actually want to embrace smelling like Gordon Gekko with absolutely no apologies, you should buy this. I don't think women like the way this smells. I don't think that the men wearing it particularly care.
Pinaud: Clubman Classic Vanilla This is in a plastic bottle and costs $6 at your local Walgreens. Penhaligons could easily take this and just dump it into fancier glass bottles and sell it for $150. I think that they've been making this the same way for decades and it is such a sleeper that I almost hesitate to mention it. This has so much going on and is spicy without being too spicy, only faintly vanilla-y and is an all around great scent. I'll go through phases where this is my go-to for a month at a time. This smells the way Mrs. Robinson from the Graduate wanted her men to smell. Benjamin didn't smell that way because I'm sure he wore Old Spice but she let it slide. You're a fool if you don't buy this the next time you have to refill your tooth paste supply.
Royall: Vetiver I find this one interchangeable (more or less) with Guerlain Vetiver. It's a little bit citrusy and very thickly vetiver. I read somewhere that the origin of vetiver was from the fact that they used vetiver oil to ship very expensive men's clothing and keep bugs away from it but that the Vetiver smell never really went away. That seems to make sense to me on this one. This is exactly what I imagine a very nice suit would smell like if it were shipped to me in 1870. It smells classic and grassy and seems like it wants to be cloying but never really gets there. I think that for a while Royall stuff was cheap and then expensive and then cheap again. I bought all my Royalls ages ago at Brooks Bros so I'm sure I paid way, way too much for them. But whatever they cost, it's worth it just for the cool bottles with the crown caps.
Royall: Spyce This Smells like super fantastic Old Spice. It smells like a super deep version of your grandfather after he just got back from playing golf in a nice cashmere v neck sweater. If you want to smell like old spice but better, this is a very refined way to go. It really does smell like allspice, cinnamon, cloves and cardamom but it never ventures into cookie territory. It's very warm and fairly heavy. I think that Royall, being Bermuda based, thinks that it has mostly warm-weather type scents. I'd be careful with this in warm weather. It's not unwearable in the warm but I'd go light on it.
Royall: Muske Musky and powdery. This is like a warm manly blanket. If you want to smell like you're very clearly in charge and nobody needs to worry anymore because you've shown up...this is the one. Mrs Robinson wanted her men to smell like Clubman Classic Vanilla but when they smelled like Royall Muske, she was immediately made weak in the knees. This is another one that could almost be in the Guerlain / Penhaligons mix but isn't subtle enough. And it's not apologetic about it's unsubtlety. It's very refined but still rough around the edges. This is what Ernest Hemmingway should have smelled like if he had gotten his shit together, grown up and conquered his alcoholism. Easy buy.
Viktor and Rolf: Spicebomb Fresh I bought this accidentally because I thought that it was Spicebomb. This is nice and easy to wear. It's got a little bit of smokiness, somehow and a lot of citrus. I don't detect much spice there but who knows. I've been told more than once that this smells good on me. It's easy when I'm not in the mood to think too hard about what I want to wear or be bothered to "pick one." Middle of the road, probably could be worn pretty easily by women.
So there you go. Going back and reading this, I'm realizing that I likely have Peter Pan syndrome but also want to smell like something from 200 years ago. But the stories are fun. I look forward to continuing to read all about everyone else's excitement about fragrances. It's a real kick.
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2020.10.09 05:51 minamija Tattoos of Jovanotti

Among the most popular and at the same time most tattooed Italian singers, Jovanotti is among those who have always spoken very willingly about their tattoos. The artist admits that his passion for tattoo art is now on the verge of addiction. Let's find out what his tattoos are and what they mean. Jovanotti's tattoos are one of the things that most characterize this famous singer. But few know the true meaning that those symbols have for our Lorenzo. Yes, Lorenzo Cherubini, who has always been known as Jovanotti. He made his debut in the 80s when, launched by Claudio Cecchetto, he sang frivolous and funny rap lyrics. But soon his style changes and his music matures and turns into a very different genre: the so-called world music. A genre of contamination that mixes elements of popular music with traditional folk and ethnic music. As his music changes, so do the lyrics of his songs that touch ever deeper philosophical and religious, as well as political and cultural themes.

The Meaning of Jovanotti's Tattoos

Lorenzo's love for the world of art tattoo is evident from the very beginning. The many tattoos that today decorate his body are in part the mirror of his great passion for nature.
Many of Jovanotti's tattoos are animals, among them we find:
His first tattoo: a butterfly, a symbol of mutation and rebirth, which also underlines the brevity of earthly life. This tattoo dates back to 1989 when the singer was 23, and is on his right arm, just below the shoulder. Lorenzo confessed to having opted for a small subject because he had no idea of the pain he would feel during the session with the tattoo artist.

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CUPID HEART SERIES
COLORFUL LOTUS FLOWER
HEART STAR HAND-WRITTEN COURAGE
PINK SAKURA CHERRY BLOSSOM
On the left forearm Jovanotti shows off a large and colorful parrot; this subject seems to have a great importance for the singer who links him to his childhood and to his father.
Another animal present in Lorenzo's body is the tiger, this time in black and white, placed on the upper part of the left arm. The animal is drawn in the act of walking with its tail upwards, it seems to descend along its arm.
In the inner part of the right forearm we find a beautiful colored giraffe, another sign of the great love for nature that the singer expresses a lot also through his songs.
Finally, the last animal tattoo in Jovanotti's collection, a whale. Loving colorful tattoos very much, the singer wanted the tattoo artist to use bright colors to draw the large marine mammal: blue, indigo and pearl gray.
Among the other subjects we find two belonging to the Old School : a sailing ship (symbol par excellence of the sailors, for whom the ship represents the real home) and a compass rose on the right calf (which symbolizes the journey, rebirth and return).
Under the butterfly, on his right arm, Jovanotti has a tattoo depicting an Indian totem, a small and colorful subject.
On the singer's body we also find a religious tattoo, the Madonna of Guadalupe, of which the singer speaks with great affection and to which he feels particularly attached.

THE MOST FAMOUS JOVANOTTI TATTOO

Perhaps Lorenzo's best known tattoo is the sun and the moon, made with only black strokes; this tattoo is located near the Indian totem and is permeated by a great symbolism. The two subjects represent the opposite poles, the sun the masculine energy and the moon the feminine one, united in the same design are a symbol of harmonious unity and give life to creation.
Jovanotti's most original tattoo was made in 2013, it is the Delphic Sibyl, a fresco by Michelangelo Buonarroti which is located on the vault of the Sistine Chapel. This tattoo was made on the upper left arm with bright colors such as red, orange, green and blue. The meaning of this subject has to do with Lorenzo's wife, whose face seems to resemble that of Michelangelo's Sibyl.
Last tattoo in chronological order is an island; not just any island but the famous " Neverland" by Peter Pan! This tattoo expresses the spirit of the singer, Jovanotti's love for fantasy, and his desire to always remain a little child.

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2020.10.06 04:20 jillloyo [SELL] [US] Makeup Rehab Sale Continues! Lots of New Items Added & Reduced Prices! Mix & Match with Skincare Sale! ♡

Thanks for checking out my sale! I have finally put myself on a low-buy & I'm really trying to cut down on my collection/back-ups. I added a ton of new stuff and more to come!

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2020.10.04 08:26 CaptainGibb Complete List of Silent Films on Blu-Ray (Updated)

A little while back I made a “complete” list of every silent feature (~45+ min) released on Blu-ray, so here is an updated and expanded list that covers more countries, though I only included releases not available in the US or the UK. This time, I sorted by country of distributor, then distributor. Italicized titles have releases by another distributor. Since this list was made by an English language speaker, I will specify whenever a non-English film does not have a subtitle for the intertitles. I will try to keep this list up to date this time! Please comment any that I may have missed!

United States

Kino Lorber

  • Where Are My Children (1916)
  • The Call of Cumberlands (1916)
  • ‘49-‘17 (1917)
  • The Dream Lady (1918)
  • Broadway Love (1918)
  • Back to God’s Country (1919)
  • Something New (1920)
  • Too Wise Wives (1921)
  • Salome (1923)
  • The Song of Love (1923)
  • The Red Kimona (1925)
  • Motherhood: Life’s Greatest Miracle (1925)
  • Linda (1929)
  • The Devil’s Needle (1916)
  • Children of Eve (1915)
  • Inside the White Slave Traffic (1913)
  • Within Our Gates (1920)
  • The Symbol of the Unconquered: The Story of the Ku Klux Klan (1920)
  • Body and Soul (1925)
  • The Flying Ace (1926)
  • Ten Nights in a Bar Room (1926)
  • Eleven P.M. (1928)
  • The Scar of Shame (1929)
  • Hell-Bound Train (1930)
  • The Exile (1931)
  • Hot Biskits (1931)
  • The Girl from Chicago (1932)
  • Ten Minutes to Live (1932)
  • Veiled Aristocrats (1932)
  • Birthright (1938)
  • The Bronze Buckaroo (1939)
  • The Blood of Jesus (1941)
  • The Intrigue (1916)
  • A Son of Erin (1916)
  • Ben Blair (1916)
  • The Spiders (1919-20)
  • Harakiri (1919)
  • The Plague of Florence (1919)
  • The Wandering Shadow (1920)
  • Four Around the Women (1921)
  • Destiny (1921)
  • Dr. Mabuse, The Gambler (1922)
  • Die Nibelungen (1926)
  • Metropolis (1927)
  • Spies (1928)
  • Woman in the Moon (1929)
  • Drifting (1923)
  • White Tiger (1923)
  • Three Ages (1923)
  • Sherlock Jr. (1924)
  • Go West (1923)
  • Battling Butler (1925)
  • The Reckless Age (1926)
  • Skinner’s Dress Suit (1926)
  • What Happened to Jones? (1926)
  • The Ring (1927)
  • The Farmer’s Wife (1928)
  • Champaign (1928)
  • The Manxman (1929)
  • The Skin Game (1931)

Flicker Alley

  • The Star Prince (1918)
  • La Cigarette (1919)
  • The Blot (1921)
  • The Peasant Women of Ryazan (1927)
  • Le Roi des Aulnes (1929)
  • The Woman Condemned (1934)
  • The Mack Sennett Collection, Vol. 1 (1909-1933)
  • Fanchon the Cricket (1915)
  • A Society Sensation
  • Virtuous Sinners
  • Stolen Moments
  • The Young Rajah
  • Eyes of Youth
  • Moran of the Lady Letty
  • Mother (1926)
  • The End of St. Petersburg (1927)
  • Storm Over Asia (1928)
  • Kino-Eye (1924)
  • Kino-Pravda #21 (1925)
  • Man with a Movie Camera (1929)
  • Enthusiasm: Symphony of the Donbass (1931)
  • Three Songs About Lenin (1934)
  • Portrait of a Young Man (1925-31)
  • A Page of Madness (1926)

The Criterion Collection

  • Shoe Palace Pinkus (1916)
  • To Be or Not to Be (1942)
  • Bucking Broadway (1917)
  • Stagecoach (1939)
  • The Lodger (1927)
  • Downhill (1927)
  • Underworld (1927)
  • The Last Command (1928)
  • The Docks of New York (1928)
  • The Cameraman (1928)
  • Spite Marriage (1929)
  • Lonesome (1928)
  • The Last Performance (1929)
  • Broadway (1929)

Cohen Media Group

  • Sherlock, Jr. (1924)
  • The Navigator (1924)
  • Seven Chances (1925)
  • Battling Butler (1926)
  • Go West (1925)
  • College (1927)
  • The Buster Keaton Collection, Vol. 1 (1926-1928)
  • The General (1926)
  • Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)

Milestone Films

  • The Poor Little Rich Girl
  • The Hoodlum
  • Ramona
  • Sparrows

Grapevine Video

  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1903)
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1914)
  • Uncle Tom’s Uncle (1926)
  • Dumb Belles (1927)
  • Wild Wallops (1927)
  • Water Bugs (1928)
  • Campus Cuties (1928)
  • Sea Food (1928)
  • Gobs of Love (1928)
  • Happy Heels (1929)
  • Off the Deck (1929)

Cartoons on Film

Thunderbean Animation

Other Distributors

  • The Ten Commandments (1923)
  • The Ten Commandments (1956)
  • Ben-Hur (1925)
  • Ben-Hur (1959)

United Kingdom

EUREKA: Masters of Cinema

  • I Don’t Want to Be a Man (1918)
  • The Doll (1919)
  • The Oyster Princess (1919)
  • Sumurun (1920)
  • Anna Boleyn (1920)
  • The Mountain Cat (1921)
  • The Haunted Castle (1921)
  • Phantom (1922)
  • The Grand Duke’s Finances (1924)
  • The Last Laugh (1924)
  • Taruffe (1925)
  • Go West! (1923)
  • Our Hospitality (1924)
  • College (1927)
  • Sherlock, Jr. (1924)
  • The General (1926)
  • Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)
  • The Navigator (1924)
  • Seven Chances (1925)
  • Battling Butler (1926)
  • Kino-Eye (1924)
  • Kino-Pravda #21 (1925)
  • Man with a Movie Camera (1929)
  • Enthusiasm: Symphony of the Donbass (1931)
  • Three Songs About Lenin (1934)

BFI: British Film Institute

  • Where Are My Children (1916)
  • The Call of Cumberlands (1916)
  • ‘49-‘17 (1917)
  • The Dream Lady (1918)
  • Broadway Love (1918)
  • Back to God’s Country (1919)
  • Something New (1920)
  • Too Wise Wives (1921)
  • Salome (1923)
  • The Song of Love (1923)
  • The Red Kimona (1925)
  • Motherhood: Life’s Greatest Miracle (1925)
  • Linda (1929)
  • Within Our Gates (1920)
  • The Symbol of the Unconquered: The Story of the Ku Klux Klan (1920)
  • Body and Soul (1925)
  • The Flying Ace (1926)
  • Ten Nights in a Bar Room (1926)
  • Eleven P.M. (1928)
  • The Scar of Shame (1929)
  • Hell-Bound Train (1930)
  • The Exile (1931)
  • Hot Biskits (1931)
  • The Girl from Chicago (1932)
  • Ten Minutes to Live (1932)
  • Veiled Aristocrats (1932)
  • Birthright (1938)
  • The Bronze Buckaroo (1939)
  • The Blood of Jesus (1941)
  • Battleship Potemkin (1925)
  • The Drifters (1929)
  • Master of the House (1925)
  • Day of Wrath (1943)
  • Order (1955)
  • Gertrud (1964)
  • Un Chien Andalou (1929)
  • L-Age d’Or (1930)

Curzon: Artificial Eye

Other Distributors

  • The Ten Commandments (1923)
  • The Ten Commandments (1956)

France

Lobster Films

  • Seven Years Bad Luck (1917)
  • Be My Wife (1921)
  • The Three Must-Get-Theres (1922)
  • Max Wants a Divorce (1922)

Pathé Distribution

  • Paris qui dort (1924) NO ENG SUBS
  • Entr'acte (1924) NO ENG SUBS

Gaumont:

Carlotta Films

Other Distributors

  • Loulou (1929) NO ENG SUBS
  • The White Hell (1929) NO ENG SUBS

Germany

All Distributors

  • Zapatas Gange (1914) NO ENG SUBS
  • When I Was Dead (1915) NO ENG SUBS
  • Asphalt (1929) NO ENG SUBS
  • The Ghost of Slumber Mountain (1918)
  • Easy Virtue (1928)
  • The Lodger (1927)

Spain

Mexico

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2020.10.03 21:02 Lollifroll Talk of Tinseltown - Oct. 3, 2020 (Weekly Newsletter)

✨Talk of Tinseltown✨

By Lollifroll (October 3, 2020)
Good Afternoon everyone. This is the first of hopefully many more WEEKLY newsletters that summarize the biggest news stories related to the major film studios for this sub. Think of it as a way to both catch up on the news and get a sense of the big picture of the major film industry each week.
Date and Dash

🕵️‍♂️Bond retreats from 2020🕵️‍♂️

Market Moves: After delaying from April 2020 to November 2020, MGM/Universal/EON have delayed No Time to Die the Daniel Craig’s last Bond film once more to April 2 2021.
The big picture: 👀 No tentpole films dated in 2020 are safe. All eyes are on Disney’s Soul (Nov) and WB’s Wonder Woman 1984 & Dune (Dec) for the next schedule shifts.
  • The US theatrical market is on ice. US weekend sales have averaged 15M since New Mutants released in August (12M if you remove Tenet’s 20M weekend). More markets are reopening like North Carolina (Oct. 2) and San Francisco (Oct. 7), but it’s not enough. Even if Tenet crosses 60M, it will be a far cry from the sales needed to steadily recoup a 200M+ production budget (Bond 25 is est. at 250M).
  • International markets are better. Tenet has grossed 244M in overseas markets (65M in China, 20M in the UK, 18M in France). Unfortunately, the UK (Bond’s top overseas market) is reissuing social restrictions as new cases rapidly rise.
  • The delay has caused Universal to move it’s own F9 to May 29 2021 - the same weekend as WB/Legendary’s Godzilla v Kong.
  • Exhibition is left with table scraps. Domestic and International theaters are left with a thin and volatile slate of horror (Fatale, Freaky), comedy (Free Guy, Coming 2 America), drama (One Night in Miami, Nomadland) and animation (The Croods: A New Age) to fill the gaps. Even Universal’s conciliatory offer for a theatrical window on Freaky & Croods is for little more than 20-30 days.
The Only Hope

US Exhibitors beg US Congress for federal aid

Big in the Beltway: The National Association of Theatre Owners, The Motion Picture Association, and the Directors Guild of America sent a letter to Senate leader Mitch McConnell and House leader Nancy Pelosi pleading for aid in forthcoming relief legislation.
The big picture: Exhibition is in its most desperate hour, but Congress is still haggling over the details and far away from a deal.
Remake-itis

🦁Sean Bailey signs Barry Jenkins to direct ‘The Lion King 2’🦁

Big in Burbank: Acclaimed director of Best Pic Winner Moonlight and is directing the follow-up to Jon Favreau’s CGI-remake of The Lion King.
The big picture: Walt Disney Pictures continues to make the live-action remakes their primary focus with the upcoming Jungle Cruise as their lone attempt to produce tentpoles outside of the remake genus.
  • Sean Bailey, head of Disney Pictures and a Sundance Institute Board member has been able to recruit indie darlings like David Lowery (Pete’s Dragon/Peter Pan), Craig Gillespie (Cruella), Joachim Ronning (Maleficent: Mistress of Evil), and Niki Caro (Mulan) to direct these expensive tentpoles while not compromising Disney’s desire for a creative remake. However, Jenkins may have more freedom since Lion King 2 is not a direct sequel, but a prequel.
  • Variety reports “the new movie will partly focus on the early years of Mufasa, the regal father of Simba whose death forms the emotional heart of the first film and its remake.”
  • Sequels to Alice in Wonderland and Maleficent retained only 29% and 65%, respectively, of their original global total. Lion King (2019) finished with a global cume of 1.66B (544M domestic + 1.11B international). 75% of that = 1.25B, 50% = 830M, 25% = 415M. Disney is happy with these numbers.
Round Two

🧙Warner Bros. reworks release strategy with Zemeckis’ The Witches🧙

Watertower Talk: WB bifurcates the distribution strategy for Robert Zemeckis’ family film The Witches. US = HBOMax (Oct 22), while International = Theatrical (Oct 28).
The big picture: The performance of both Tenet and Mulan over the past 4 weeks has influenced WB’s next release.
  • Warner Bros. Chair Ann Sarnoff noted she did not “completely understand” Disney’s strategy to split Mulan on PVOD in some markets and theatrical in others, but said she was watching “closely to see how they do.”
  • The Witches iterates on that by taking an SVOD approach (subscription vs Mulan’s PVOD {premium purchase}) in the US, while distributing theatrically in overseas markets.
  • WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar has made clear his desire to refocus the company's goal towards HBOMax, while simultaneously not trying to annihilate the traditional business models such as theatrical. The Witches's new release strategy is an example of the tightrope Kilar walks.
  • Zemeckis badly needs a win with recent flops at 3 of the 5 studios: The Walk (Sony), Allied (Paramount), and Welcome to Marwen (Universal). Disney might need to be concerned for Pinocchio.

🔥 Hot Packages 🔥

  • WME assembles Francis And The Godfather: Barry Levinson (D), Oscar Isaac (A), Jake Gyllenhaal (A), Echo Lake Entertainment (P), Baltimore Pictures (P), Kevin Turen (P), Jon Levin (P)
Rebuilding the Mountain

🏔️Emma Watts is on the hunt for a new team🏔️

Melrose Ave 411: Paramount President, MPG Emma Watts has signaled she is targeting 20th Century Studios execs Jeremy Kramer & Mike Ireland for President, Paramount Players and President, Paramount Pictures respectively.
The big picture: Watts is making her mark on Paramount by attempting to recruit her former staff from Disney.
  • Kramer & Ireland are some of the few remaining senior execs at 20th Century Studios aside from President Scott Asbell and EVP Mark Aversano. Kramer oversaw 20th’s comedy films (Three Stooges, The Internship, Deadpool ½, Stuber), while Ireland oversaw event films (Independence Day: Resurgence, The Kid Who Would Be King, Alita: Battle Angel, Free Guy).
  • Paramount Players has been headless since Oct 2018 when Brian Robbins was promoted to run Nickelodeon. The label was envisioned by Gianopulous as an outlet for Viacom networks (Nickelodeon, MTV, BET, Comedy Central) to interface with the film studio.
  • The Players unit has released a mix of comedy (Nobody's Fool, What Men Want, Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Playing with Fire, Love & Monsters) and horror (Eli, Body Cam, Spell) films. An exec like Kramer will likely tilt the focus towards comedy, making it one of the only direct pipelines for comedy filmmakers in the major studios.
  • If deals are made, this leaves Disney’s 20th Century Studios with a smaller exec bench to oversee projects. Does Disney care? Nope.

☕Coffee's for Closers 🤝

  • Jen Salke acquires distribution rights to Borat 2 (Deadline)
  • Toby Emmerich catches Clint Eastwood’s next directorial film Cry Macho (Deadline)
  • Allison Abbate pairs JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot & Dr. Seuss’ Oh the Place You’ll Go (Deadline)
  • Donna Langley secures a first look deal with LeBron James (Variety)
  • Kevin Feige books Jamie Foxx to return as Electro in Spider-Man 3 (Hollywood Reporter)
  • Jason Blum nabs Zac Efron to star in the Firestar remake (Collider)
What's next?: More date shifting, as No Time to Die’s exit causes more calendar chess by the studios.
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2020.10.02 00:26 EpicVioletArrows Re: A new plan for help

From: Gina Gurney [email protected]
Date: Tue, Sep 29, 2020 at 11:19 AM
Subject: Re: A new plan for help
To: Mark Lavorato [email protected]
Hi Mark
I agree to your new plan. I have one request of you though. Could you please connect with us once a month to let us know that you are still in the same place to receive the western union transfer and to let us know how you are doing?
I’ve just sent a transfer. The MTCN is: 4924277956
I love you
G
_____
From: Mark Lavorato [email protected]
Date: 1 October 2020
Subject: Re: A new plan for help
To: Joe Lavorato [email protected], Auntie Barb [email protected], Curt & Tammy Saunders [email protected], Chiara Gurney [email protected], [email protected], Peter Lavorato [email protected], Gina Gurney [email protected], Mark Lavorato [email protected], Mark Lavorato [email protected], Corrigan Gurney [email protected]
A note to my extended family: Please ensure that the email below is forwarded to: Joe & Lorna Lavorato; Gina & Raymond Huppee, Corrigan & Chiara Gurney; Peter & Laurie Lavorato; Michael & Lucas Lavorato; Doug & Barbara Saunders; Curtis & Tammy Saunders; Jill & Greg Walkie; Lou & Judy Lavorato; David & Joey Lavorato; Piero & Leila Lavorato; and Aaron & Logan Lavorato; it has also been published online at: bit.ly/JournalistsIHaveContactedWithThisClaim. This letter (bit.ly/ReANewPlanForHelp) has also been shared across the following seven social-media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Reddit, Tumblr, and LiveJournal, at:

Dear Gina,
I am ecstatic that you have agreed to this new plan. And I want to thank you, so much, for being open to it. The reason I’m writing you today, however, is that, sadly, that same inexplicable computer glitch has reared its ugly head again in your latest Western Union transfer, MTCN: 4924277956. Meaning, I’m afraid that I need you to, again, cancel it, and send me another one in its place.
I also want you to know that I find your request to hear from me once a month — in order to be updated on where I am and how I’m doing — absolutely reasonable. Therefore, as today is 1 October 2020, I thought I would honor my side of the bargain by filling you in on how things are going for me right now.
So, let me tell you about my day yesterday, and what it was like while I tried to receive this latest, glitchy, Western Union money transfer. First, unfortunately, I woke up with a piercing headache. I have been suffering from the worst migraine headaches that I’ve ever had in my life, which has me going through that expensive medication, Eletriptan, like it’s aspirin. And, as I just ran out of it again — and don’t have the money to buy any more of it quite yet — I had to take several acetaminophens and ibuprofens, just to groggily get through the day. I had gone to bed relatively late the night before, having stayed up to watch the first presidential debate; which, let’s be honest, was neither presidential, nor, really, a debate. What it was, in my opinion, was a shitshow. One that gives me a new kind of headache just thinking about it. Anyway, as I was saying, I got out of bed with my hand on my head, downed some painkillers, and took a, sort of, half shower. (The water pipes in my neighborhood froze again, so I’ve been cooking, washing, and cleaning out of plastic bottles of water. Which, as it turns out, is actually a good thing, because the sewage blockage beneath the street out front still hasn’t been fixed, so, the less water that’s introduced into the pipes beneath my apartment, the lower the chances of raw sewage overflowing through the yard in front of my door.) But, I was super excited to go outside to receive your Western Union transfer, to buy more migraine medication, as well as some badly needed food. (I’m down to just a cup of black beans, some herbal tea, a half-bag of sugar, vinegar, and salt). So, I headed out into the gusty wind, which was freezing, as there had been a dusting of snow earlier in morning, and I made my way to the very closest Western Union branch that I could find. (As an aside, do you remember, Gina, how, about a year ago, you spent an entire day, trying countless different ways to send me resources, but, for some reason, insurmountable technical difficulties kept flaring up in front of you, every different way that you tried? Well, that’s exactly what it’s like for me, every single solitary time that I ever attempt to receive resources. And, yesterday was no exception.) In the first branch that I entered, I learned that, moments before I had arrived, the power in the entire city had suddenly gone out. Such an event has only happened once before, throughout my entire time here in Río Gallegos; strangely, at another moment when my personal safety depended entirely on the stability of the electrical grid. Anyway, hoping that the outage wouldn’t last long, I continued on to another branch, but, by the time I got there, the electricity still hadn’t come back on. So, I decided to admit defeat, and head back home. Along the way, I went into a butcher’s shop, to ask for the trimmings of fat that they throw away to the dogs, which I’ve been reducing in a frying pan and cooking with, in order to get a few more calories into my body to stay warm in the cold. But, before I could beg from the butcher, I suddenly noticed that all the lights in his shop were on! The city’s electrical grid was back online! So I turned around, and headed straight back out, to that first Western Union branch that I had been to earlier, and their newly booted-up system. But, before they even entered the MTCN code, they asked how much the transfer was for. When I told them, they said that, regrettably, they wouldn’t have enough Argentinian pesos to complete a transfer of $500-CAD. So, disappointed, I took out the last twenty cents that I had to my name, and paid for a photocopy of my passport, which is required to receive a money transfer from any Western Union, in the hopes that the next branch would have sufficient cash to make the transaction. I then made my way to the second Western Union branch I had been to during the blackout. Only to find that, they too, simply wouldn’t have the funds available to complete the transfer. Which found me back outside in the cold, where I decided to slog my way through the wind, all the way to the city center, where, I knew, there was an extremely busy branch that was certain to have enough money in their till. And I was right; they did. After walking about a half an hour, providing them that photocopy with the MTCN code on it, showing my physical passport, and signing to accept the transfer, and just as I was about to have your direly needed cash in my hand, suddenly, that mysterious error code popped up as an alert on their screen again. It seemed that, at the last second, your transfer had, once more, been flagged as potentially dubious. The teller called a Western Union representative, and told me that, again, the only way that I would be able to receive the transfer, would be to enter into a separate system of arbitration, in which I would need to prove that you, Gina Huppee, are not, in fact, a corrupt oligarch attempting to launder your money by sending it oversees. I was advised, again, to have you simply cancel the transaction, and resend me another one. And so, frustrated, in pain, and completely exhausted, I put my hood on, and trudged home through the freezing wind, where I eventually cooked what little food I had left while holding a hand against my aching head. Now, as I said, these strange technical hurdles, they are a constant part of my everyday existence. Which is why I diligently document them. So far, I have documented over 400 such instances, and have posted every one of them online, here: bit.ly/EvidenceOfTheAntichrist. Now, I understand that you, Ma, Papa, as well as our entire extended family, dismiss me as a valueless quack. I assure you, however, that one day, many, many people will believe me. And when they do, when I am finally offered sanctuary, when I am finally stood before an audience that is actually curious about my message, I promise you, that everything in our world will change. Forever.
Anyway, all of this is to say that, obviously, the sooner that you can cancel that corrupted Western Union transfer MTCN: 4924277956, and send me a new one in its place, the better. I could really use some migraine medication, as well as some food right now. Once again, I thank you so much for agreeing to this new plan, Gina. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it. In the end, let it be known, you are a good sister.
Please give my love to the kids, Ma, and Papá for me, will you? And, thank you again.
Mark
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2020.10.01 22:00 elliewinks30 VILLAIN EVENT: Captain Hook Villain Event (w/ Rainbow Falls) Discussion Thread -- Oct 2 - 6, 2020

VILLAIN EVENT: Captain Hook Villain Event (w/ Rainbow Falls) Discussion Thread -- Oct 2 - 6, 2020
Captain Hook Villain Event-- DOUBLERS REQUIRED FOR MAPS 3, 4 & 5 Dates: 10-02 to 10-06 Map Stages: 5
NEW INFORMATION TO PAY ATTENTION TO: As posted by our own mjrod16 https://www.reddit.com/disneyemojiblitz/comments/j2zwuy/map_timers_testing_sounds_like_a_welcome_addition/
& by DEB https://playdisneyemoji.com/disney-emoji-blitz-october-2020-update/
& as posted by System_Player https://www.reddit.com/disneyemojiblitz/comments/j37x27/gatekeeping_timers_on_maps/
A major new development will be occurring during this event for NEW PLAYERS (if you just started playing within 21 days.)
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PLEASE READ THE ABOVE INFO FOR MORE DETAILS.

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Map 1 - USE ANY EMOJI YOU WANT Number of Fight Missions: 7 Lucky Emojis: Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Smee Total number of Peter Pan's Dagger to collect: 80 Mission 2: 2000 Tokens Mission 5: 3000 Tokens
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Map 2 - USE ANY EMOJI YOU WANT Number of Fight Missions: 8 Lucky Emojis: Nana, Wendy Total number of Peter Pan's Dagger to collect: 125 Mission 3: 3000 Tokens Mission 6: 4000 Tokens Don't know specifically what is in the green box. Sorry. Card Collection prizes of some sort.
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Map 3 - Required Emojis: Nana, Wendy, Smee - Level 1 or higher / Peter Pan, Tinker Bell - Level 2 or higher Number of Fight Missions: 10 Required emojis by minimum power level: Min Level 1: Nana, Wendy, Smee / Min Level 2: Peter Pan, Tinker Bell Total number of Peter Pan's Dagger to collect: 255 Mission 2: 2000 Tokens Mission 5: 3000 Tokens Mission 8: 4000 Tokens Mission 10: Captain Hook (Villain)
New player wait time for map unlock (without required emojis): 12h
Map 4 - Required Emojis: Wendy, Nana - Level 2 or higher / Tinker Bell - Level 3 or higher ***New player wait time for map unlock (without required emojis): 12h Number of Fight Missions: 9 Required emojis by minimum power level: Min Level 2: Wendy, Nana / Min Level 3: Tinker Bell Total number of Peter Pan's Dagger to collect: 260 Mission 1: 4000 Tokens Mission 8: 6000 Tokens Mission 9: Gold Box
New player wait time for map unlock (without required emojis): 12h
Map 5 - Required Emojis: Smee - Level 2 or higher / Peter Pan, Wendy, Nana - Level 3 or higher ***New player wait time for map unlock (without required emojis): 12h Number of Fight Missions: 9 Required emojis by minimum power level (any that fits):Min Level 2: Smee / Min Level 3: Peter Pan, Wendy, Nana Total number of Peter Pan's Dagger to collect: 305 Mission 2: 4000 Tokens Mission 5: 5000 Tokens Mission 8: 6000 Tokens Mission 9: Captain Hook (Villain)

Rainbow Falls Stages: 5 Stage 1: 10000 Tokens Stage 4: 12000 Tokens Final Prize: Captain Hook (Villain)

Related Emoji Box: Special box: Captain Hook Villain: Dates: 10-02 to 10-06 Contains: Peter Pan (25%), Tinker Bell (25%), Nana (25%), Wendy (15%), or Smee (10%) Price: 200 Gems
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2020.09.30 16:42 digital4kcollector (Offer) updated list. Animated DC movies (request) lists, offers

Hey new username, formerly littlejohn04
**4K Disney/Marvel*\*
**HD Disney/Marvel/Star Wars*\*
**collections*\*
**HD unless noted as 4k*\* ​

**Standard Definition Movies*\*
**XML CODES*\*
Abraham Lincoln vampire hunter / avengers / Broken City / Captain America First Avenger / Chronicle / Despicable Me / diary of a wimpy kid 3 dog days / die hard 5 / Family guy it's a trap / Fast And Furious / Fast And Furious Tokyo Drift / Green zone / Hitchcock / ice age / Inglorious Basterds / iron man 2 / jumper / kung fu panda 2 / life of pi / Lincoln / Mamma Mia! / Monsters Inc / parental guidance / Rio / percy Jackson sea of monsters / percy jackson the lightning thief / Prometheus / the proposal / Puss in Boots / rio / Skyfall / The Fast And The Furious / The Hangover / the heat / the town / Trainspotting / the town / walking with dinosaurs / Xmen First Class / Xmen the wolverine
TV shows*
Screen passes list
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**REQUESTING*\*
New releases 4k preferred Itunes preferred if not MA
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2020.09.29 22:00 elliewinks30 FOOD FIGHT EVENT: Disney World Anniversary Food Fight Face-off! Discussion Thread -- Sep 30 - Oct 1, 2020

FOOD FIGHT EVENT: Disney World Anniversary Food Fight Face-off! Discussion Thread -- Sep 30 - Oct 1, 2020
Disney World Anniversary Food Fight Event:
Dates: Sep 30 – Oct 1, 2020 Banned Emojis: Aladdin, Cogsworth, White Rabbit, Celia, Frozone, Enchantress, Witch Minnie, Mary Sanderson, Flash, Pacha
Sections: 4
https://preview.redd.it/lajdt1s955q51.jpg?width=645&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d92fa1fa8ceb7dcecd5717d791186fb05041cdf9
Breakfast: Total number of stars required: 45 Power Emojis: Dopey, Grumpy Mission 2: 2000 Tokens (or coin equivalent) Map Prize: 2000 Tokens (or coin equivalent)
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Lunch: Total number of stars required: 80 Power Emojis: Peter Pan, Wendy Mission 3: 3000 Tokens (or coin equivalent) Map Prize: Silver Chest
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2020.09.29 20:31 Subtlegi {NF] A Technical Investigation of Citizen Kane

I wrote this some time back as a term paper for a College Film Class. The reference pics have been removed to save space
A Technical Investigation of Citizen Kane
It’s Not All Black and White
📷 Citizen Kane is considered perhaps the best film ever produced. What does it contain that so many of others missed? I believe it is the imagination and technical expertise of Orson Welles and Greg Toland’s talent cocktail that forged this memorable work. To the right, notice both men on the floor setting up a low angle shot. Welles did very little alone, he was intelligent enough to use “OPB” other people’s brains. The screenplay alone does not stand up well against many other “Great Films,” it is the audio/visual experience created by the use of great techniques in lighting, photography and sound recording which make this film a masterpiece.
Over a period of twenty-five years, I have acquired a great deal of knowledge and experience in the Visual Arts. During this time I worked professionally in film, sound, and video while also enjoying the wonderful art of amateur black and white photography. My resume’ qualifies me to present a case for my thesis and in doing so I will cite technical information which is a part of my knowledge base. This combined with my research, meld into a comprehensive report on the behind the scenes wizardry of an ultra talented group of filmmakers.
📷Like most humans, I experience film through my eyes and ears, always looking deeper, beyond the dialog alone, into the complete experience. Although I hear the famous word “Rosebud” spoken by Kane, it is the atmosphere of the room, and the close up of his mouth, which amplifies the moment.
📷 Orson Welles wrote, directed, and acted in many productions of which Citizen Kane, being his best known, is the film he’ll be remembered. The following is a sampling of other productions Welles wrote, directed and more, except for this first two, written by William Shakespeare. MACBETH, described by Welles as "a violently sketched charcoal drawing of a great play," The magnificent photography by John L. Russel (Psycho) Directed by Orson Welles, and acted by Welles, Jeanette Nolan, DanO'Herlihy, Roddy McDowall, 1948. OTHELLO (production spanned three years) it won the Grand Prize at Cannes. Directed by Orson Welles, With: Welles, Suzanne Cloutier, Micheàl MacLiammoir, Robert Coote, 1952, THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI, Rita Hayworth plays a sultry wife, and includes the legendary hall-of-mirrors shootout finale. Directed and written by Orson Welles, 1947. THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, Directed and written by Orson Welles, 1942. TOUCH OF EVIL, Directed and written by Orson Welles, With: Heston, Welles, Janet Leigh, Joseph Calleia, Akim Tamiroff, Dietrich, Mercedes McCambridge, Dennis Weaver, 1958 (Starlight News).
After reading the above, it is impossible to overlook Welles as the original film multi-tasker. This man did it all. As a fine actor, writer, and director, it can be argued Welles has a bit of a control issue, but perhaps when you’re as talented as he, it’s not to unusual to not want to place your work or self in another’s hands.
The conductor of light, director of photography Greg Toland was hired from Samuel Goldwym Studios at $700.00 per week (Carringer 69). While at Goldwyn Studios Toland became regarded as one of the most creative cinematographer of the 1930.
His ‘acknowledged brilliance,’ as “American Cinematographer” magazine argued in 1942, placed him in the most nearly ideal position any Director of Photography has since the halcyon days when D.W. Griffith and Billy Blitzer were between them creating the basic techniques of the screen (American Cinematographer).
These accolades and of course the films themselves placed Toland in a position of power when negotiating with producers. Here are some items he requested and received from the producers of Citizen Kane. “RKO was obliged to employ Toland’s regular crew and rent his camera equipment from Goldwyn” (Carringer 69). He demanded these guarantees as an artist, for he had personalized his equipment, his brush, so to speak, to accommodate the style in which he shot. The crew consisting of grips, camera assistants, and gaffes were all a part of Toland’s creative bag of tricks that worked together as a one organism to accomplish the monumental task of producing a film of this caliber. Above all Toland insisted on creative control. This he had become accustomed to at Goldwyn Studios. After much success in his early career, Toland remarked, "I want to work with someone who's never made a movie. That's the only way to learn anything from someone who doesn't known anything”(Walling). He got his chance in 1941 with Citizen Kane on Orson Welles first movie. This team of Toland, and Welles became a creative partnership unsurpassed in movie making history.
There is light and the absence of light, there is shadow, created by infringing on the path of a light. These elements are the two ends of the visual spectrum. White (light), Black (shadow) and by the expected use of them, every lighting situation (in B/W) can be resolved. Mind pictures like these become possible in the right hands. Powerful light driven through small spaces cut like knives on the floor and walls. Soft light pushed through a window or down a hall washes the area like a softly driven snow. The power of this technique is obvious in the shot captured of the Walter Thatcher Library. (right) Nothing is resolved here (can be seen clearly), but it’s not the dialog or the face of the actors the filmmakers are interested in, but the mood set by the absence of light and the rod of
light coming from above. Reminiscent of a spiritual setting, the beam of light representing the entrance of the Almighty into the room.
Film is the medium that followed and in some ways took the place of paint, brush, and canvas, first with the snapshot, followed by moving pictures. In 1940 film had its limitations, even today it’s requires an informed photographer to photograph in a variety of settings with equally satisfactory results. Much of what makes an artist great is the length to which they are able to stretch the medium in which they work. This is where Welles and Toland excelled; they stretched the ability of the camera and film to lengths never before attained.
The tone of Citizen Kane is created with light, shadow, and darkness. Photography and light go hand in hand, in fact photography, as we know it, cannot exist without a light source. The way a scene is lit directly affects the resulting print. Film stocks of the late thirties, early forties were “slow” meaning the amount of exposure time (to light) with respect to the quality and resolution of the resulting print is high (long). A “fast” film with a speed of 800ASA or higher can capture an image indoors without a flash or extra lighting in a normally lit room. In 1940 a 100ASA film was considered fast, this film used in daylight would be capable of good exposure, but anything less than daylight would require lights, for a stills, a flash, for moving pictures, stage/motion picture lighting …Big, Hot, sometime noisy lights.
The film used to shoot Citizen Kane was Kodak Super XX, 100ASA which was an “off the shelf” product, that fortunately for Toland had just recently been released. Double X was “Four Times Faster” than its immediate predecessor. Without this timely release Citizen Kane may never have been made. The other variable is the amount of light needed and available, and how much one chooses to expose the film. Exposure time and aperture settings are two variables that determine, to a great extent, whether a scene will appear as bright as a 📷sunny day or full of shadows with the blackest blacks, but only grayish whites. Proper contrast presents itself as balanced if upon examination the black & white negative it exhibits the two extremes represented on the gray scale, black and white. This bias manifests in a photo that is too dark or too light and lacks contrast.
The manipulation of exposure can be seen and studied early in this film. In the scene shot in the projection room, Toland under exposed the film by not using an “average” light setting, (balanced) instead he resolved the streams of light pouring from the projection windows and placed the actors in the shadows. There is nothing wrong with this; in fact, it is exactly what they wanted. The average person taking snapshots of their children would not appreciate their photos turning out in this fashion, but the professional is an artist, and artists create moods and settings with the tools of their art. In film, what we don’t see sometimes makes the shot
📷 “Camera derives from the Latin word for room or chamber. The camera pre-dates film. The Camera Obscura or “Dark Room,” occasionally seen at scenic locations was, in its original form, a pinhole camera.
The “pinhole’ in the roof could scan the countryside by means of a rotating mirror. The image was focused on a white table in the center if the room and viewed by observers inside the “camera” (Di Guilio).
📷”The Mitchell Camera Corporation began in 1919 as a camera repair and modification shop in Hollywood, as The National Motion Picture Repair Company (Roberts 141). The film was shot with Mitchell BNC cameras (BNC stands for Blimped News reel Camera). The BNC was introduced in 1934 and the first two cameras were sold to Goldwyn Studios in 1934 and 1935. "The first important picture on which they were used was Citizen Kane" (Roberts148) In 1934, this camera made the recording of sound for film feasible. At around 35 dB, the NC was quiet enough for unblimped use in exterior sound filming, as long as the microphone was not near the camera. Later that year the BNC was introduced, the B stood for Blimped. The Blimp is a sound proof housing which surrounded the camera bringing the sound level to a very quiet 21dB! To the average person these numbers mean nothing, even with an explanation of these levels may continue to seem irrelevant. But, take it from a man who spent years on sound stages, in recordings and television studios, the difference is huge; 35dB “decibels” is the sound level in an average home, 21dB is the sound level of a whisper, or rustling leaves. These are logarithmic numbers and the difference is demonstrated by taking the next step up. 70dB is the sound level of freeway traffic and of a vacuum cleaner. The change the “blimped” camera had on motion pictures is immense! (Noise)
The camera’s angle and length of lens create perspective. A long lens creates a voyeuristic feel as if looking in from afar a good example being Hitchock’s Rear Window. A short or wide lens brings the viewer into the scene. Angles are simple to understand.
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Considered how you appear to a small child from its playpen? Put yourself in the it’s place, think of its perspective “low” looking up, “wide” larger than life, and somewhat distorted view. This is not a pleasant picture. The baby looking up sees a huge, distorted thing; fortunately babies are innocent and cannot put the ominous nature of their vulnerable scene in perspective. Conversely, the perspective of an adult looking down at a child is like a king from his throne, a feeling of power, not vulnerability. Perspective makes the difference. Even in a situation where those involved are adults as in a courtroom setting, perspective plays a role. In a courtroom, the judge sits up high upon their judgement seat, which forces the defendant to look up. The judge appears large and powerful, while the defendant feels small, powerless, and vulnerable. Above, strong and in control, below, weak and suppliant. Orson, digs holes (right) in floors, through walls, and flies his cameras in the air shooting from different angles, creating different perspectives. A film shot at one level is flat, without flavor and as bland as an unseasoned potato.
📷 Next we explore the topic of “depth of field” (the distance from the object nearest to the camera and the farthest that are in continuous focus) also know as “Deep Focus” The first notable example is from the footage shot in the parlor of Mrs. Kane’s boarding house. In the foreground, mother, father, and Mr.Thatcher
discuss the boy’s future while in the background young Kane is seen through the window, all in perfect focus. Another example is the scene where Kane and his wife are sitting at either end of a long dining table in the huge Xanadu, big headed Kane intimidating and distorted (not out of focus) in the foreground, his bored wife, small and insignificant in the distance, both presented in sharp detail.
📷This next frame combines two techniques, “tight composition,” and “deep focus.” Tight composition meaning a quantity of images in a relatively small frame, and deep focus, all the images in frame are in focus. The scene is when Kane walks in on Susan’s singing lesson only to hear “the Maestro,” frustrated and disgusted with Susan’s ineptness, screaming a laundry list of insults at her. Bad timing. Kane in anger reprimands “the Maestro.”
After a few critical viewings, and a quick look at my camera’s dept of field indicator, I estimate the field covered in “the Maestro” frame was approximately 18 inches to 30 feet. Probably an 18mm or 25mm lens was used which has great depth of field when stopped down to F/11 or F/16, these two numbers are aperture setting or f-stops, indicate the size of the hole the camera looks through. The larger the number the smaller the hole, and the great dept of field.
A standard photographers table supplies the following values: for an 18.5mm lens at F/8: 1' 6" to Infinity and for 25mm: 2’ 9" to Infinity. To shoot at these apertures, a 100 ASA film requires 1280-foot candles of light, which is quite high by today’s standards. (A foot-candle is equal to the light ‘one candle’ would illuminate a surface at the distance of one foot.)
The definition of Deep Focus is applicable as a frame of reference in defining Shallow Focus, in which one part of the screen is in focus and the rest blurred, thus directing the viewer's attention to the key element of the action. This was a useful technique, but not an innovation in the1930s, having been used since the early days of film, although much of it’s use was dictated by the limitations of the cameras and films of the time.
An unknown Internet author describes a fancy focus technique.
📷Toland found that extra means were needed to maintain sharpness in certain extremely deep shots. Split-focus lenses and carefully controlled double exposures sometimes turned the trick, but were difficult to set up. One example is in the sequence in which Kane's wife attempts suicide: a glass, spoon and medicine bottle in sharp focus dominate the foreground; the bed is in the middle ground; and figures enter the door in the background. Here the foreground was lighted and photographed first, with the rest of the scene in darkness. Then the foreground was silhouetted and the background was lighted and shot in focus on the same film. (Sharp Practice)
Film is the medium that in some ways followed and took the place of paint, brush, and canvas. First came the snapshot, followed by moving pictures. To this day film has limitations, but in 1940, they were manifold. Much of what makes an artist great is the length to which they stretch the medium in which they work. This is where Welles and Toland excelled; they stretched the ability of camera, film, and light to lengths never before attained.
📷Before the making of Citizen Kane sound stages and film sets were open ceiling. A lot went on just above the frame, all of it unseemly, and needed to be hid, things such as; microphones, (big ugly microphones on booms with cables hanging) and other equipment that hung from the usually high ceiling sets. This open ceiling arrangement prohibited the camera from tilting (a vertical pan) any higher than the top of a room’s wall. Toland and Welles had no desire to repeat the same old shots seen hundreds of times before. They figured a way to work around this problem. They created ceilings with muslin, now microphones and the like were hidden above this “new ceiling.” This permitted Toland to shoot from the floor, (right) actually from a hole in the floor without thought of running out of wall. Note all that ceiling showing.
📷This took the bit from Toland’s mouth, freeing him to point the camera wherever his heart desired. The frame pictured to the left is an extraordinary example for three innovations are demonstrated in one shot: covered ceilings, a low angled perspective and deep focus. Fantastic!
Who says you have to be high tech to be innovative? Artists dislike restraints, when set free, they fly high. Freedom brought us this wonderful film.
The sound on Citizen Kane encompasses dialog, sound effects, and the musical score. In reverse order, Bernard Herrman scored the film, and later went on to compose the music for other great movies, including Psycho and Taxi Driver (who can forget that sax?). Welles brought with him from radio a keen ear and an understanding of sound effects. These effects augmented the film, but were not overpowering as in some films today. One example of his subtle usage is noted by Robert Carringer. “. . . such as the typewriter heard in extreme close-up when Kane is finishing the opera review and the musical accompaniment to the light bulb that dims to signal the faltering of Susan’s singing career”(100). I’ve recorded many sound tracks for video and television and I don’t envy the task assigned to the engineers in charge of this film. Even when recording a simple spot, I used more and better equipment than the entire sound crew of Citizen Kane.
In their process . .
. . . there are two separate and distinct sound operations, each presided over by a different sound engineer. One engineer is in charge of the sound recorded during the production. His chief assistant is the operator of the boom – a microphone slung from a long metal rod and suspended above the actors’ heads (Carringer 102).
Considering the task of a “boom operator” under ordinary circumstances was difficult, on Welles’ set there were times it must have been close to impossible. Because of the muslin ceilings the operator had a much more difficult time properly placing the microphones above the actors.
Once recorded, then it went into post production, and into the hands of James G. Stewart, a sound contractor who work on some of the most famous theaters in America, including Radio City Music Hall, before moving to California and joining RKO. He was in charge of post production, in those days called “rerecording,” today mixing and overdubs.
📷In the late thirties one could not go to a local sound store and buy whatever your budget allowed, these sound engineers, were just that, “engineers,” and if they needed something they’d design and build it. The crude two-man mixing console shown here is a “one off,” built for RKO under Stewart’s direction. Prior to this point in the process, the audio is dry (no effects, or processing) it’s during the “re-recording” process that echo, reverb, effects, and overdubs are inserted and mixed. Sound persons rarely get much glory, but without them, the public might still be watching silent films (Carringer 102-3).
In closing, Citizen Kane is a technical milestone in movie making, although I find the screenplay depressing. This tale of a boy removed from his family, given an education and all the money he could ever need (so one would think). Who grows into an idealistic, generous, and kind man, who had plans to change the world, but instead the world changed him, and for that, he hates the world and himself in return. The final scene, reveals his true heart, one, once so soft, now, hardened and broke. Calling to the heavens, spoke his final word “Rosebud” the name of a sleigh he once owned, so long ago, before fate stepped in and killed the boy. When Kane spoke, “Rosebud” he was not only calling out the name of a child’s toy, no, he was calling out to the life he left behind which contained that sleigh. The life he never had the chance to live.
📷📷📷📷📷”Rosebud” “Rosebud” “Rosebud” “Rosebud” “Rosebud”
Sources Cited
American Cinematographer, “Greg Toland.” 1942. http://www.cinematographer.com (1999)
Carringer, Robert. The Making of Citizen Kane. University of California Press, Berkeley
  1. 69, 100, 103-04.
Di Giulo, Edmund. “An Historical Survey of the Professional Motion-Picture Camera.”
SMPTE Journal, NY, 1967
Forzano’s Studio Stock “Gray Scale Chart” NY, 1979.
Noise Levels In Decibels. “The Sound Level Chart”
http://www.temple.edu/CEPT/temp/dcblevel.html (Nov. 2000)
Roberts, Laurence. “The Mitchell Camera: The Machine and Its Makers”
SMPTE Journal, NY. Oct. 1981: 141, 147, 148.
Star Light News. “Orson Wells.” http://starlightnews.cjb.net/orson.htm (Nov. 2000)
The British Film Institute “Gregg Toland -Sharp Practice”
http://www.bfi.org.uk/sightandsound/archive/innovators/toland.html (Oct.2000)
Time Life “Citizen Kane Cinematography Notes”
http://www.pathfinder.com/photo/essay/kane/toland.htm (Oct. 2000)
Images: Peter Stackpole, LIFE, Welles and Toland on floor, 1.
RKO Radio Picture**:** Projection Room, 4. Mother in the Boarding House, Kane outside, 7. Tight Composition, 8. Low Ceilings, 10. Low Angle, 10.
Walling, Christopher “Cinematographer Gregg Toland”
http://www.christopherwalling.com/Pages/S&L~GreggToland.html (Nov. 2000)
Wilgus, Jack and Beverly. “A Search for Camera Obscura.” The Magic Mirror of Life.
http://brightbytes.com/cosite/what.html (Nov. 2000)
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2020.09.28 03:40 Subtlegi Citizen Kane

Citizen Kane
This was my term paper for a college film class I took some years back. I did much research, spoke with Kodak, a cameraman from the shoot, as well as being a camera buff and videographer. I took out the all of photos referenced to save space here, but if anyone likes it and wants the complete piece I'd be happy to send it to you, just let me know. gabriel
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A Technical Investigation of Citizen Kane
It’s Not All Black and White
📷 Citizen Kane is considered perhaps the best film ever produced. What does it contain that so many of others missed? I believe it is the imagination and technical expertise of Orson Welles and Greg Toland’s talent cocktail that forged this memorable work. To the right, notice both men on the floor setting up a low angle shot. Welles did very little alone, he was intelligent enough to use “OPB” other people’s brains. The screenplay alone does not stand up well against many other “Great Films,” it is the audio/visual experience created by the use of great techniques in lighting, photography and sound recording which make this film a masterpiece.
Over a period of twenty-five years, I have acquired a great deal of knowledge and experience in the Visual Arts. During this time I worked professionally in film, sound, and video while also enjoying the wonderful art of amateur black and white photography. My resume’ qualifies me to present a case for my thesis and in doing so I will cite technical information which is a part of my knowledge base. This combined with my research, meld into a comprehensive report on the behind the scenes wizardry of an ultra talented group of filmmakers.
📷Like most humans, I experience film through my eyes and ears, always looking deeper, beyond the dialog alone, into the complete experience. Although I hear the famous word “Rosebud” spoken by Kane, it is the atmosphere of the room, and the close up of his mouth, which amplifies the moment.
📷 Orson Welles wrote, directed, and acted in many productions of which Citizen Kane, being his best known, is the film he’ll be remembered. The following is a sampling of other productions Welles wrote, directed and more, except for this first two, written by William Shakespeare. MACBETH, described by Welles as "a violently sketched charcoal drawing of a great play," The magnificent photography by John L. Russel (Psycho) Directed by Orson Welles, and acted by Welles, Jeanette Nolan, DanO'Herlihy, Roddy McDowall, 1948. OTHELLO (production spanned three years) it won the Grand Prize at Cannes. Directed by Orson Welles, With: Welles, Suzanne Cloutier, Micheàl MacLiammoir, Robert Coote, 1952, THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI, Rita Hayworth plays a sultry wife, and includes the legendary hall-of-mirrors shootout finale. Directed and written by Orson Welles, 1947. THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, Directed and written by Orson Welles, 1942. TOUCH OF EVIL, Directed and written by Orson Welles, With: Heston, Welles, Janet Leigh, Joseph Calleia, Akim Tamiroff, Dietrich, Mercedes McCambridge, Dennis Weaver, 1958 (Starlight News).
After reading the above, it is impossible to overlook Welles as the original film multi-tasker. This man did it all. As a fine actor, writer, and director, it can be argued Welles has a bit of a control issue, but perhaps when you’re as talented as he, it’s not to unusual to not want to place your work or self in another’s hands.
The conductor of light, director of photography Greg Toland was hired from Samuel Goldwym Studios at $700.00 per week (Carringer 69). While at Goldwyn Studios Toland became regarded as one of the most creative cinematographer of the 1930.
His ‘acknowledged brilliance,’ as “American Cinematographer” magazine argued in 1942, placed him in the most nearly ideal position any Director of Photography has since the halcyon days when D.W. Griffith and Billy Blitzer were between them creating the basic techniques of the screen (American Cinematographer).
These accolades and of course the films themselves placed Toland in a position of power when negotiating with producers. Here are some items he requested and received from the producers of Citizen Kane. “RKO was obliged to employ Toland’s regular crew and rent his camera equipment from Goldwyn” (Carringer 69). He demanded these guarantees as an artist, for he had personalized his equipment, his brush, so to speak, to accommodate the style in which he shot. The crew consisting of grips, camera assistants, and gaffes were all a part of Toland’s creative bag of tricks that worked together as a one organism to accomplish the monumental task of producing a film of this caliber. Above all Toland insisted on creative control. This he had become accustomed to at Goldwyn Studios. After much success in his early career, Toland remarked, "I want to work with someone who's never made a movie. That's the only way to learn anything from someone who doesn't known anything”(Walling). He got his chance in 1941 with Citizen Kane on Orson Welles first movie. This team of Toland, and Welles became a creative partnership unsurpassed in movie making history.
There is light and the absence of light, there is shadow, created by infringing on the path of a light. These elements are the two ends of the visual spectrum. White (light), Black (shadow) and by the expected use of them, every lighting situation (in B/W) can be resolved. Mind pictures like these become possible in the right hands. Powerful light driven through small spaces cut like knives on the floor and walls. Soft light pushed through a window or down a hall washes the area like a softly driven snow. The power of this technique is obvious in the shot captured of the Walter Thatcher Library. (right) Nothing is resolved here (can be seen clearly), but it’s not the dialog or the face of the actors the filmmakers are interested in, but the mood set by the absence of light and the rod of light coming from above. Reminiscent of a spiritual setting, the beam of light representing the entrance of the Almighty into the room.
Film is the medium that followed and in some ways took the place of paint, brush, and canvas, first with the snapshot, followed by moving pictures. In 1940 film had its limitations, even today it’s requires an informed photographer to photograph in a variety of settings with equally satisfactory results. Much of what makes an artist great is the length to which they are able to stretch the medium in which they work. This is where Welles and Toland excelled; they stretched the ability of the camera and film to lengths never before attained.
The tone of Citizen Kane is created with light, shadow, and darkness. Photography and light go hand in hand, in fact photography, as we know it, cannot exist without a light source. The way a scene is lit directly affects the resulting print. Film stocks of the late thirties, early forties were “slow” meaning the amount of exposure time (to light) with respect to the quality and resolution of the resulting print is high (long). A “fast” film with a speed of 800ASA or higher can capture an image indoors without a flash or extra lighting in a normally lit room. In 1940 a 100ASA film was considered fast, this film used in daylight would be capable of good exposure, but anything less than daylight would require lights, for a stills, a flash, for moving pictures, stage/motion picture lighting …Big, Hot, sometime noisy lights.
The film used to shoot Citizen Kane was Kodak Super XX, 100ASA which was an “off the shelf” product, that fortunately for Toland had just recently been released. Double X was “Four Times Faster” than its immediate predecessor. Without this timely release Citizen Kane may never have been made. The other variable is the amount of light needed and available, and how much one chooses to expose the film. Exposure time and aperture settings are two variables that determine, to a great extent, whether a scene will appear as bright as a 📷sunny day or full of shadows with the blackest blacks, but only grayish whites. Proper contrast presents itself as balanced if upon examination the black & white negative it exhibits the two extremes represented on the gray scale, black and white. This bias manifests in a photo that is too dark or too light and lacks contrast.
The manipulation of exposure can be seen and studied early in this film. In the scene shot in the projection room, Toland under exposed the film by not using an “average” light setting, (balanced) instead he resolved the streams of light pouring from the projection windows and placed the actors in the shadows. There is nothing wrong with this; in fact, it is exactly what they wanted. The average person taking snapshots of their children would not appreciate their photos turning out in this fashion, but the professional is an artist, and artists create moods and settings with the tools of their art. In film, what we don’t see sometimes makes the shot.
📷 “Camera derives from the Latin word for room or chamber. The camera pre-dates film. The Camera Obscura or “Dark Room,” occasionally seen at scenic locations was, in its original form, a pinhole camera.
The “pinhole’ in the roof could scan the countryside by means of a rotating mirror. The image was focused on a white table in the center if the room and viewed by observers inside the “camera” (Di Guilio).
📷”The Mitchell Camera Corporation began in 1919 as a camera repair and modification shop in Hollywood, as The National Motion Picture Repair Company (Roberts 141). The film was shot with Mitchell BNC cameras (BNC stands for Blimped News reel Camera). The BNC was introduced in 1934 and the first two cameras were sold to Goldwyn Studios in 1934 and 1935. "The first important picture on which they were used was Citizen Kane" (Roberts148) In 1934, this camera made the recording of sound for film feasible. At around 35 dB, the NC was quiet enough for unblimped use in exterior sound filming, as long as the microphone was not near the camera. Later that year the BNC was introduced, the B stood for Blimped. The Blimp is a sound proof housing which surrounded the camera bringing the sound level to a very quiet 21dB! To the average person these numbers mean nothing, even with an explanation of these levels may continue to seem irrelevant. But, take it from a man who spent years on sound stages, in recordings and television studios, the difference is huge; 35dB “decibels” is the sound level in an average home, 21dB is the sound level of a whisper, or rustling leaves. These are logarithmic numbers and the difference is demonstrated by taking the next step up. 70dB is the sound level of freeway traffic and of a vacuum cleaner. The change the “blimped” camera had on motion pictures is immense! (Noise)
The camera’s angle and length of lens create perspective. A long lens creates a voyeuristic feel as if looking in from afar a good example being Hitchock’s Rear Window. A short or wide lens brings the viewer into the scene. Angles are simple to understand.
Considered how you appear to a small child from its playpen? Put yourself in the it’s place, think of its perspective “low” looking up, “wide” larger than life, and somewhat distorted view. This is not a pleasant picture. The baby looking up sees a huge, distorted thing; fortunately babies are innocent and cannot put the ominous nature of their vulnerable scene in perspective. Conversely, the perspective of an adult looking down at a child is like a king from his throne, a feeling of power, not vulnerability. Perspective makes the difference. Even in a situation where those involved are adults as in a courtroom setting, perspective plays a role. In a courtroom, the judge sits up high upon their judgement seat, which forces the defendant to look up. The judge appears large and powerful, while the defendant feels small, powerless, and vulnerable. Above, strong and in control, below, weak and suppliant. Orson, digs holes (right) in floors, through walls, and flies his cameras in the air shooting from different angles, creating different perspectives. A film shot at one level is flat, without flavor and as bland as an unseasoned potato.
📷 Next we explore the topic of “depth of field” (the distance from the object nearest to the camera and the farthest that are in continuous focus) also know as “Deep Focus” The first notable example is from the footage shot in the parlor of Mrs. Kane’s boarding house. In the foreground, mother, father, and Mr.Thatcher
discuss the boy’s future while in the background young Kane is seen through the window, all in perfect focus. Another example is the scene where Kane and his wife are sitting at either end of a long dining table in the huge Xanadu, bigheaded Kane intimidating and distorted (not out of focus) in the foreground, his bored wife, small and insignificant in the distance, both presented in sharp detail.
📷This next frame combines two techniques, “tight composition,” and “deep focus.” Tight composition meaning a quantity of images in a relatively small frame, and deep focus, all the images in frame are in focus. The scene is when Kane walks in on Susan’s singing lesson only to hear “the Maestro,” frustrated and disgusted with Susan’s ineptness, screaming a laundry list of insults at her. Bad timing. Kane in anger reprimands “the Maestro.”
After a few critical viewings, and a quick look at my camera’s dept of field indicator, I estimate the field covered in “the Maestro” frame was approximately 18 inches to 30 feet. Probably an 18mm or 25mm lens was used which has great depth of field when stopped down to F/11 or F/16, these two numbers are aperture setting or f-stops, indicate the size of the hole the camera looks through. The larger the number the smaller the hole, and the great dept of field.
A standard photographers table supplies the following values: for an 18.5mm lens at F/8: 1' 6" to Infinity and for 25mm: 2’ 9" to Infinity. To shoot at these apertures, a 100 ASA film requires 1280-foot candles of light, which is quite high by today’s standards. (A foot-candle is equal to the light ‘one candle’ would illuminate a surface at the distance of one foot.)
The definition of Deep Focus is applicable as a frame of reference in defining Shallow Focus, in which one part of the screen is in focus and the rest blurred, thus directing the viewer's attention to the key element of the action. This was a useful technique, but not an innovation in the1930s, having been used since the early days of film, although much of it’s use was dictated by the limitations of the cameras and films of the time.
An unknown Internet author describes a fancy focus technique.
📷Toland found that extra means were needed to maintain sharpness in certain extremely deep shots. Split-focus lenses and carefully controlled double exposures sometimes turned the trick, but were difficult to set up. One example is in the sequence in which Kane's wife attempts suicide: a glass, spoon and medicine bottle in sharp focus dominate the foreground; the bed is in the middle ground; and figures enter the door in the background. Here the foreground was lighted and photographed first, with the rest of the scene in darkness. Then the foreground was silhouetted and the background was lighted and shot in focus on the same film. (Sharp Practice)
Film is the medium that in some ways followed and took the place of paint, brush, and canvas. First came the snapshot, followed by moving pictures. To this day film has limitations, but in 1940, they were manifold. Much of what makes an artist great is the length to which they stretch the medium in which they work. This is where Welles and Toland excelled; they stretched the ability of camera, film, and light to lengths never before attained.
📷Before the making of Citizen Kane sound stages and film sets were open ceiling. A lot went on just above the frame, all of it unseemly, and needed to be hid, things such as; microphones, (big ugly microphones on booms with cables hanging) and other equipment that hung from the usually high ceiling sets. This open ceiling arrangement prohibited the camera from tilting (a vertical pan) any higher than the top of a room’s wall. Toland and Welles had no desire to repeat the same old shots seen hundreds of times before. They figured a way to work around this problem. They created ceilings with muslin, now microphones and the like were hidden above this “new ceiling.” This permitted Toland to shoot from the floor, (right) actually from a hole in the floor without thought of running out of wall. Note all that ceiling showing.
📷This took the bit from Toland’s mouth, freeing him to point the camera wherever his heart desired. The frame pictured to the left is an extraordinary example for three innovations are demonstrated in one shot: covered ceilings, a low angled perspective and deep focus. Fantastic!
Who says you have to be high tech to be innovative? Artists dislike restraints, when set free, they fly high. Freedom brought us this wonderful film.
The sound on Citizen Kane encompasses dialog, sound effects, and the musical score. In reverse order, Bernard Herrman scored the film, and later went on to compose the music for other great movies, including Psycho and Taxi Driver (who can forget that sax?). Welles brought with him from radio a keen ear and an understanding of sound effects. These effects augmented the film, but were not overpowering as in some films today. One example of his subtle usage is noted by Robert Carringer. “. . . such as the typewriter heard in extreme close-up when Kane is finishing the opera review and the musical accompaniment to the light bulb that dims to signal the faltering of Susan’s singing career”(100). I’ve recorded many sound tracks for video and television and I don’t envy the task assigned to the engineers in charge of this film. Even when recording a simple spot, I used more and better equipment than the entire sound crew of Citizen Kane.
In their process . .
. . . there are two separate and distinct sound operations, each presided over by a different sound engineer. One engineer is in charge of the sound recorded during the production. His chief assistant is the operator of the boom – a microphone slung from a long metal rod and suspended above the actors’ heads (Carringer 102).
Considering the task of a “boom operator” under ordinary circumstances was difficult, on Welles’ set there were times it must have been close to impossible. Because of the muslin ceilings the operator had a much more difficult time properly placing the microphones above the actors.
Once recorded, then it went into post production, and into the hands of James G. Stewart, a sound contractor who work on some of the most famous theaters in America, including Radio City Music Hall, before moving to California and joining RKO. He was in charge of postproduction, in those days called “rerecording,” today mixing and overdubs.
📷In the late thirties one could not go to a local sound store and buy whatever your budget allowed, these sound engineers, were just that, “engineers,” and if they needed something they’d design and build it. The crude two-man mixing console shown here is a “one off,” built for RKO under Stewart’s direction. Prior to this point in the process, the audio is dry (no effects, or processing) it’s during the “rerecording” process that echo, reverb, effects, and overdubs are inserted and mixed. Sound persons rarely get much glory, but without them, the public might still be watching silent films (Carringer 102-3).
In closing, Citizen Kane is a technical milestone in movie making, although I find the screenplay depressing. This tale of a boy removed from his family, given an education and all the money he could ever need (so one would think). Who grows into an idealistic, generous, and kind man, who had plans to change the world, but instead the world changed him, and for that, he hates the world and himself in return. The final scene, reveals his true heart, one, once so soft, now, hardened and broke. Calling to the heavens, spoke his final word “Rosebud” the name of a sleigh he once owned, so long ago, before fate stepped in and killed the boy. When Kane spoke, “Rosebud” he was not only calling out the name of a child’s toy, no, he was calling out to the life he left behind which contained that sleigh. The life he never had the chance to live.
📷📷📷📷📷”Rosebud” “Rosebud” “Rosebud” “Rosebud” “Rosebud”
Sources Cited
American Cinematographer, “Greg Toland.” 1942. http://www.cinematographer.com (1999)
Carringer, Robert. The Making of Citizen Kane. University of California Press, Berkeley
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Di Giulo, Edmund. “An Historical Survey of the Professional Motion-Picture Camera.”
SMPTE Journal, NY, 1967
Forzano’s Studio Stock “Gray Scale Chart” NY, 1979.
Noise Levels In Decibels. “The Sound Level Chart”
http://www.temple.edu/CEPT/temp/dcblevel.html (Nov. 2000)
Roberts, Laurence. “The Mitchell Camera: The Machine and Its Makers”
SMPTE Journal, NY. Oct. 1981: 141, 147, 148.
Star Light News. “Orson Wells.” http://starlightnews.cjb.net/orson.htm (Nov. 2000)
The British Film Institute “Gregg Toland -Sharp Practice”
http://www.bfi.org.uk/sightandsound/archive/innovators/toland.html (Oct.2000)
Time Life “Citizen Kane Cinematography Notes”
http://www.pathfinder.com/photo/essay/kane/toland.htm (Oct. 2000)
Images: Peter Stackpole, LIFE, Welles and Toland on floor, 1.
RKO Radio Picture: Projection Room, 4. Mother in the Boarding House, Kane outside, 7. Tight Composition, 8. Low Ceilings, 10. Low Angle, 10.
Walling, Christopher “Cinematographer Gregg Toland”
http://www.christopherwalling.com/Pages/S&L\~GreggToland.html (Nov. 2000)
Wilgus, Jack and Beverly. “A Search for Camera Obscura.” The Magic Mirror of Life.
http://brightbytes.com/cosite/what.html (Nov. 2000)
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