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'Till Salvation Does Us Part

”Will the suffering end?”, they asked on their billboard. A billboard offering pamphlets and guidance in the name of Jehova’s Witnesses. Those illustrious 8.45 million people, out of which only exactly 144’000 will have a seat in Paradise. 494 woorden meer

Sebastian Lindberg

'Incredibles 2' a guiding light amid Disney's sequel and remake void

(Photo Courtesy of Pixar Animation)

A creatively lazy line-up of sequels and remakes from the House of Mouse has made for a frustrating time to be a Disney fan, especially when the company has the clear capabilities and talent to create original and beautiful films – cue “Remember Me” from “Coco.” 537 woorden meer


CHAMPAGNE'S CAMPAIGNS: The Ballad of Big Brown

Even though I was there, I don’t remember much about the 2008 Belmont Stakes. My main memory of that day is picking out a spot on the third level of the Belmont Park grandstand an hour before the race. 1.531 woorden meer

Rameen's Rant: Georgia is primed to embrace hockey

By: Rameen Forghani — sportalspace contributor

On the heels of the most-lopsided, predictable championship series in recent professional sporting memory dominating center stage, the National Hockey League is relegated to patiently waiting in the wings. 675 woorden meer

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From the above table, we notice the following:
a. 24 small boxes makes up the table
b. The arrow is pointing towards the vertical… 145 woorden meer

Why you should watch Akira

“Akira” holds a special place in the hearts of many, and for good reason. If you’re Japanese, “Akira” represents a moment in time where Japanese animation could for the first time slug with the likes of Disney both in terms of global impact and quality of animation, with the budget of the film translating into roughly $20 million in today’s money thanks to a mega-collaboration between Kodansha, Mainichi Broadcasting System, Bandai, Hakuhodo, Toho, Laserdisc Corporation and Sumitomo Corporation. 2.306 woorden meer