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When l I saw trial of the Chicago 7 I was really surprised by how much Sasha Baron Cohen held the movie together, there was something about the way the movie was put together that made it feel like I was watching a high school play though, although usually I'm fond of things that are adaptions of plays dialogue heavy etc, but there was something about the script, direction etc of trial of the Chicago 7 that made it really hard for me to watch. Honestly it's some very interesting subject matter as a movie, and if anyone tackles it again in the future I'd be interested to see how it compares to the direction that Sorkin went with it.

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Reply to comment by foureleven in Machine Girl - Ghost by foureleven

I ended up buying all their tapes at the show and like sold my whole tape collection a couple years later for like in my opinion insane amounts of money to people on discogs, kinda feel bad that owning physical copies of some of their stuff is so inaccessible tbh. Some of those tapes I will realistically never see another copy of in my lifetime. But whatever I guess, hopefully whoever has those tapes now really cherishes them.

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Hey even sharing enough music that you haven't made is kinda doxing yourself in some ways... Especially if you've supported really niche bands on things like bandcamp, liked bands on FB or instagram other social media etc. It's surprisingly easy to pin someones identity to the media the consume.

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I fell into a pool when I was quite young sunk to the bottom, took me a while to be pulled up by the lifeguard, but the feeling of detachment and helplessness as I drifted out of consciousness left a pretty strong impression on me, kind of felt pretty peaceful to be watching everything from below admittedly.

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Captcha are often used to train a.i's sometimes there's a small amount allowed for false entries, if I can get a captcha wrong on purpose and still get into whatever service I will, I guess my idea is that I am in some way sabotaging the functionality of a neural net that will eventually be used for things I don't agree with.

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I was once gifted a flat of red rain energy drink, and I put this song on any time I drank one of them

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Like it sounds rediculous but maybe avoiding all the cliches that cause bad dreams, like don't eat a big meal before bed, drink lots of water throughout a day, take some light anti-inflammatorys don't eat cheese, or chocolate right before bed, don't go on your phone, watch movies or do anything highly stimulating right before bed, try and make your sleep cycle more consistent, eat more consistent meals, get a general health checkup, eat yogurt and take care of your gut/ flora. Make sure you sleep in a way that limbs don't fall asleep and you are an ok temperature, maybe try taking a shower before bed or do other things that can relax you before bed. Maybe a small dose of Ativan/lorazepam, there's also like signs of some things like mushrooms and LSD having antidepressive effects, but ofc like most things they aren't for everyone

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Sometimes I feel like anxiety can cause nightmares, it's easy to forget that you have anxiety if it's just a baseline amount of anxiety, like if you are feeling unwell or under the weather as well, I find even if I think I'm doing ok I can end up having messed up dreams probably just from residual stress, or like maybe chronic pain affects dreams. As well as if I've had a particular disrupted sleep cycle. I don't know what's available to you as far as the medical system where you live, or if you have any chronic pain issues etc, but sometimes I feel like it's a lot of little things adding up and weighing on my subconscious that makes my dreams fucked up.

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Big time regret that i missed seeing Yves tumor when they played in my town a few years ago.

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