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BLUMENKOHL last won the day on June 8 2019

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  • Birthday 22/03/1980

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  1. I'll have a separate rules for good sex, but for now: Solo Sex: 3.0/10 Duo Sex: 9.5/10 Trio Sex: 9.0/10 Quartet Sex: 6.0/10 Quintet Sex: 5.5/10 Sextet Sex: 5.0/10 ... 120-Person ("Full Symphony") + 200-person "Full Choir" Sex: 9.6/10
  2. I’m crossing out rule 4. After a few years of reflection…sometimes you need sunny music on a rainy day.
  3. There’s hope. You can still turn it around.
  4. People who DON’T follow these rules don’t retire. They work to the bone and lose their savings the day after they retire!
  5. Yep, when you go back, you’re like…hmmm…it’s good…but not that good! Caffeine has tricked me too many times. But still it’s fun!
  6. This show has heart, but my god the technical production is terrible. The action sequences have all the energy of an asthmatic snail crawling on a salt flat.
  7. I was confused at first by the surprisingly tense portion of the theme from ~1:05 to ~2:00. Then I realized it’s all about that “passage of time” quality that fits a man in exile and hiding.
  8. Season 2 was the show sitting with the popular kids and dressing in popular kids clothing and listening to popular kids music. The charm of the first season is lingering by a thread.
  9. Everything about Season 2 (music, effects, make up, editing) is more refined, polished, and perfect. It’s like the whole production has been put through auto-tune and a quantizer. I’m not sure how I feel about that. Trapanese is awesome and will do a great job…but why did we need him to begin with? Sonya and Gion brought a more formula-breaking approach that was refreshing. The charm of season 1 was that it felt like a group of amateur filmmakers with no preconception of how a big-budget Netflix production should be like had stumbled on a boatload of money and had fun with it. This score has a lot of intricate thematic development going on. If you’re into that sort of thing, I’d invite you to do more than sample.
  10. Shinzon's Theme in "A New Ending" is just chef's kiss perfection. I think John Williams is the last man standing who can write sweeping orchestra in that style. I used to be weirded out by the slow tempo of the TMP march in that track. Now the normal one feels too fast. Must be my old creaky bones! The old dying composer is slowing it down so he can savor his creation for an extra few seconds, one last time. If only we could do that with real time!
  11. I dig it. You should go after your haters. Aggressively.
  12. When King Mark says this, that’s your sign of the end times.
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