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Nothing today but his… I haven’t finished watching this cartoon yet, but it is something smart and philosophical to feed your mind.
Just watched “Creed II”. The first movie was better, much better. Ok, waiting for Creed III. Wrote another review on IMDb. Not getting older, younger. Weird. Comparing to Stallone I mean.
I don’t need another IDE in fact, Xcode would be quite enough to get done some programming, but the idea to learn C++ is going up and up and up that I’m reading nowadays the book with the title “Beginning … Continue reading
He is quite good if you want to learn Korean but don’t know where and how to start. As a learner of Korean language, I have to say that it is going to be an amazing journey into the phonetic … Continue reading
If Lamborghini started to make off-roads, I can’t imagine how much they earned out of their sports cars. For an auto-maker I think, making a new type of car is only possible if you had successful models earlier, right? It’s … Continue reading
The guy is super humble, and I respect him for what he went through with his wife and changed his life when he became an actor but stayed with the same values. Semi-biographical stand-up comedy show held not at the … Continue reading
Life-changing documentary about the greatest driver on the planet! Top Gear’s tribute. 😢 P.S. Watched it on Netflix.
303 is for a coach made by Mercedes-Benz. Svetik and I watched the movie yesterday at the local cinema center, an interesting love story in the road movie genre. Actually, yesterday was Valentine’s day. The website, where the tickets were … Continue reading
Forget everything for now, and go and watch this life-changing documentary! Also, watch everything around the movie, especially how it was made and tragic story of its director’s life. Also, I wrote a review especially for this title on … Continue reading
The book “Masters of Doom” is hugely recommended reading if you haven’t been amazed by it yet. Time to learn Racket? Everything he touches, John makes it seems to be super simple, but it is not.