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Just finished this graphic novel:

https://www.graphicmedicine.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/61VNCKH42DL._SS500_.jpg

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Here's a personal favourite from a few years back:

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(134 replies, posted in The Daily UFO)

Just got my oil wheel projector up and running. SO HAPPY!

https://i.imgur.com/RYwLwmF.jpg

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Nooooo!!!  sad

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Big fan of Numberphile, been a subscriber to their channel for ages. Glad to see I'm not the only one here smile

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https://i.imgur.com/cYBOX08.png

Back again doing a set at Folk in Gothenburg on friday 27 April.

23:00-03:00
Free entrance

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(195 replies, posted in The Daily UFO)

Interlocutor

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(10 replies, posted in Travel)

Dade_Elderon wrote:

umm it is so cold I can't even go outside ...

That seems to be a general problem all over Europe right now. Freezing my ass off every day on my way to work now  sad

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(10 replies, posted in Travel)

No souvenirs from Chernobyl, it's strictly forbidden to bring anything out of the zone, and you get screened twice on your way out. About the dangers of radiation there it's really not bad. It's twice the background radiation of Kiev. You actually get more irradiated just flying there from the cosmic background radiation! smile

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I really liked the giant stalinist memorial park east of the city centre, with the Motherland monument. Worth a stroll there if the weather is nice. Seeing the Maidan square and reading about the revolution that happened there just a few years ago really made an impression too. There was a pretty decent art museum called Mystetskyi Arsenal National Art and Culture Museum. Huge place. They showed a lot of contemporary Ukrainian and Polish art, some of which was really fantastic.

Have some pelmeni and okroshka soup! I enjoy eastern European food, and was only disappointed once - in the most expensive place we ate at, called Kanapa. Not worth the money. Also, several people told me that the best food there is actually Georgian, but we actually never made it to any of the Georgian restaurants.

In total I was just in Kiev two days or so, then on to Chernobyl, Odessa and Lviv. But I definitely want to go back! Never made it out to any clubs, so I don't have any recommendations in that area, but I hear the nightlife is great with a lot of techno parties.

Kiev is bilingual, so they speak both Russian and Ukrainan there. I think you'll make your way if you know some Russian, no problem, but as you know there is a war going on the Russian border right now, so be careful what you say to people.

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(10 replies, posted in Travel)

Went with these guys for Chernobyl: https://chernobyl-tour.com/
They were really friendly and relaxed. Even let us go in to the buildings, even though it's forbidden these days due to the fact that they are falling apart. We went with the one day tour, it had everything you'd want to see. Even a nice proper communist lunch in the Chernobyl canteen  big_smile

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I've just visited last summer. Absolutely loved Ukraine! Don't miss Chernobyl. So worth it smile

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Bender wrote:

It's more beautiful, but still a bit sad, because it reminds me so much on my childhood... smile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=razuJpWyYlY

Btw. How the hell could I emded youtube videos, properly??

mark the link, press the youtube button above the text window, and make sure you remove the s in https://  smile

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(647 replies, posted in Random media)

coae wrote:

at Technicolor roll what is it?

It's a graphic novel that comes in a box format full of posters, leaflets etc. All of the stuff in the picture. Highly recommended! smile

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Chris Ware's "Building Stories"  smile

https://public.media.smithsonianmag.com/legacy_blog/building-stories-collection.jpg

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(248 replies, posted in The Daily UFO)

I did some legoing smile

http://i.imgur.com/WviE4ja.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/QZY0hlV.jpg

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https://i.pinimg.com/736x/77/39/ca/7739cabfa99a67c9c7baa90bed3676b5--dog-leash-funniest-pictures.jpg

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https://thefrugalcyclist.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/rebar_bike_01.jpg

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