I would say this is another good animated action movie (All-Star Superman is still the best DC based animated movie – for me). It shows another origin story for the Justice League with (once again) Batman being the smartest bunch of them all. Expectedly predictable but very entertaining.
- Green Lantern
- Wonder Woman
- Creepy Minions
What I like about this movie is that they have brand new uniforms (or costumes). It makes it look current.
I enjoyed this movie profusely.
* After you’re done watching, keep the credits rolling (wink wink)…
I finally finished this book but I was dragging myself to get done with it. Maybe this kind of book is not really what I’d like to read on my spare time but I got this as a gift and at the very least, finish it. I am more of a fiction guy. Besides, no matter how badly written a book is (and I”m not saying this book is badly written – and heck I am not a judge for badly written stuff) people will always take something away from it.
David and Goliath, written by Macolm Gladwell, is about underdog stories and the dynamics between the appearance of a winner and a loser, between power and weakness, the effects of doing/having something in excess.
This book is not for everybody but I would recommend it for people who’d like to read about underdog stories – such as MLK’s. And maybe even try to apply the lessons from this book.
I got this book months ago as a birthday gift as its release coincides with my birthday. I guess it took me so long to finish this as I was engrossed in work and other personal stuff. So now, yes I finally finished “The House of Hades” and I think this is the best of the 4 “Heroes of Olympus” books. To me this feels like a “Mark of Athena Part II” as it sort of creates just one story-line and it seems like a “happy ending”.
Remember the following points:
- Remember the names Bob and Damasen – you will love their part in the story. I almost cried. :)
- There’s a “coming out” of a major character.
- Annabeth and Percy are much more… in love.
Good to try!
Originally posted on Stovetop Story:
Every now and then I like to experiment with completely new ingredients. I just go grocery shopping and I pick one thing that I’ve never cooked before. If I’m lucky, I discover a great new flavor and that one ingredient usually ends up on my go-to shopping list. This time, I was wandering along the store’s aisles when I stumbled upon an acorn squash. I liked its shape and its color, so I decided it would be my new ingredient of the week. This recipe turned out to be one of my favorites so far! It’s full of sweet and savory flavors, healthy, filling and beautiful just to look at. Bon appétit!
Prep time: 40 min
- 1/2 acorn squash
- 1/2 cup cooked quinoa
- 1/4 cup yellow onion finely chopped
- 1/4 cup chopped cherry tomatoes
- 1 tbs olive oil
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There are a lot of people in the I.T. industry who rely on Globe’s mobile data as a means to work remotely. I am one of those people. You can imagine my frustration when one day I got an SMS saying that I’ve reached the daily maximum of 1Gb. How the hell am I supposed to work with a 2G connection? The answer was loud and clear: I cannot work remotely anymore (at least not in the short term).
My work involves me connecting to a North American server and with the kind of connection I have, I usually download my work items to my work laptop since it is much faster to work locally. When done, I then “upload” to the server. Plus all the work related applications that I need to access – and these are data heavy apps. For people like me this bandwidth activity is NORMAL but not so with Globe. I am (shall we say) an abusive user of the highly-available & super fast network… according to Globe.
Why didn’t I get a wired connection at home? Simple. I already have a mobile data that I could use for work. I didn’t find it practical to have another “bill” to pay for.
So. Right now it’s Friday. It’s my schedule to work from home but I am at the office. Feels like a ghost town because almost everybody works from home every fucking Friday!
** At this point, I’m still not sure if I really did misuse my data.