Some of the rookies will win the championship this year
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This is a really interesting podcast that you can listen on Spotify, there are a lot of crazy theories but its really intesting to listen to !! :)
Abviously there is a lot of spoilers there ( and a mild spoilers on ep 2 but not a big one )
And a short nice ITV with tom Hiddleston
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In the final scene showdown of “Blacula” there seem to be dozens of vampires prowling about.
Unfortunately Tina Williams (Vonetta McGee), who is Blacula’s reincarnated love, gets staked the moment her coffin is opened!
In the sequel “Scream Blacula Scream”, Willis Daniels, the son of a voodoo priestess, gets angry when she doesn’t name him her heir. So he buys Blacula’s bones and resurrects the vampire. Only part of his plan works.
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Hi guyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyys.... here we are with episode 9. This episode was extremely interesting. I knew something like the discussion about transgenders was going to come into play. I think some kind of discussion happened when the movie came out so i love how they translated it into the show. Back then maybe the discussions on these kind of stuff werent as loud as they are now BUT it makes sense with a show coming out now. I really loved it.
I loved all the Ardelia thing as well. I loved how the whole episode was about silence and how it can hurt people as much as words. I just loved it.
Now... I need them to protect Julia... I need Chaterine to not do anything weird.... and i hope that cute guy wont turn out to be a piece of shit XD
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F2 drivers when they see someone they know in public
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And this affected you personally?
Clarice....I'm transsexual. And I have to keep that part of myself hidden because I could lose...my job. My life. I have to hide who I am because of stories like Buffalo Bill. And at the center of all of those was...you. You made my life harder.
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F2 drivers as band members
Robert Shwartzman- pianist / drummer
Oscar Piastri- singer + bassist
Guanyu Zhou- guitarist + backround vocalist
Felipe Drugovich- songwriter
Dan Ticktum- drummer / sound manager
Jehan Daruvala- rhythm guitarist
Liam Lawson- singer
Jüri Vips- Lyricist + backup guitarist
Christian Lundgaard- bassist + backup singer
Theo Pourchaire- bassist
Richard Verschoor- songwriter
Lirim Zendeli- drummer
David Beckmann- lyricist
Guilherme Samaia- producer
Roy Nissany- producer
Marcus Armstrong- singer
Gianluca Petecof- rhythm guitarist
Ralph Boschung- drummer
Matteo Nannini- producer + sponsor
Alessio Deledda- backround vocals + guitarist
Bent Viscaal- percussionist / drummer
Marino Sato- percussionist
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Richard Lawson (Nick Kimball) was part of the Roundup section in the September 28, 1993, issue of Soap Opera Digest. He was on All My Children at the time.
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F2 drivers as shitty pick-up lines
Robert Shwartzman- Do you like Star Wars? Because Yoda only one for me!
Oscar Piastri- Something’s wrong with my eyes because I can’t take them off you.
Guanyu Zhou- I’m not feeling myself today. Can I feel you instead?
Felipe Drugovich- Are you from Tennessee? Because you’re the only 10 I see!
Dan Ticktum- Do you like AC/DC cause I wanna do it all night long.
Jehan Daruvala- Roses are red. Violets are fine. You be the six and I’ll be the nine.
Liam Lawson- You look so familiar. Didn’t we take a class together? I could’ve sworn we had chemistry.
Christian Lundgaard- So as long as we’re in the theatre…. why don’t we get some play?
Jüri Vips- Know what’s on the menu? Me-N-U.
Theo Pourchaire- Are you my homework? Because I’m not doing you, but I definitely should be.
Richard Verschoor-I’m not into watching sunsets, but I’d love to see you go down.
Lirim Zendeli- Can I borrow a kiss? I promise I’ll give it back.
David Beckmann- Someone should call the police, because you just stole my heart!
Guilherme Samaia- Can you do telekinesis? Because you’ve made a part of me move without even touching it.
Roy Nissany- You must be really tired because you’ve been running through my mind all night.
Marcus Armstrong- Feel my shirt. You wanna know what’s under it? Boyfriend material.
Gianluca Petecof- I’m on top of things. Would you like to be one of them?
Ralph Boschung- I just took a DNA test, turns out I’m 100% your bae.
Matteo Nannini- Your body is 70 percent water… and I’m thirsty.
Alessio Deledda- Hey, do you have an inhaler? ‘Cause I heard you got that ass ma!
Bent Viscaal- I love my bed, but I’d rather be in yours.
Marino Sato- Dinner first, or can we go straight for dessert?
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F2 drivers sorted into Hogwarts houses
Hufflepuff: Guilherme, Alessio, Guanyu
Ravenclaw: David, Liam, Roy
Gryffindor: Oscar, Ralph, Marcus, Christian
Slytherin: Richard, Dan, Lirim
Stuck between Ravenclaw and Gryffindor: Matteo, Robert
Stuck between Gryffindor and Hufflepuff: Theo, Gian, Felipe
Stuck between Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw: Marino Sato, Juri
Stuck between Slytherin and Gryffindor: Jehan, Bent
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TEN COMMENTS ABOUT “THE FALCON & THE WINTER SOLDIER”
1. The strength of both of the Disney Plus/MCU series has been the character development of the main roles. Although they had their moments in the films, the Falcon, Winter Soldier, Wanda, and Vision are just supporting other characters who were the actual stars. In both series we got to know who they are better, what motivates them, and where they loyalties lie.
2. Falcon/Winder Solder is the most like an MCU movie in terms of impact on the their fictional world, film locations and action sequence. It might even be fun to see the show (or an edited version) on the big screen.
3. But as a six episode TV series, it had too much time to tell its story so it meanders and had too much filler.
4. A weakness in the MCU films has always been the villains - very few have equaled the impact of their hero opponent. Falcon/Winder Solder has not one, not two, but FIVE villains. And none of them were as interesting as either Sam or Bucky.
5. John Walker: Because of his history in the comics, most fans knew he’d go bad (it you didn’t guess just by looking at him you’d figure he was a baddie). After murdering one of the Flag Smashers in the most gruesome and violent scenes in all of the MCU’s history, its odd the producers decided to give him a semi-redemption in the final episode.
6. Karli and the Flag Smasher: I think we were suppose to be sympathetic to their cause, but Karli advocated violence and murder from the beginning, willfully and premeditated killing people, regularly telling her followers they must be willing to kill or die; and nearly shooting the Falcon point blank.
7. Sharon Carter: Steve Rogers’ former love interest and (if he married Peggy) his niece. But apparently after Civil War, Cap forgot all about her. And so did Sam and Bucky. It’s pretty disappointing that a character that was a part of Team Cap would have been abandoned like this by her friends. (Unless of course she’s a Skrull!)
8. Zemo: I thought Daniel Bruel was a terrific character in the “Civil War” and it was good to see him again - at first. But oddly they turned him into a reverse Batman (with a faithful Butler, ZemoJet and even a Cowl; and the comic relief of the show. Talk about ruining a great character.
9. The Contessa: Julia Louis-Dreyfus was only in two brief scenes but they are obviously setting her up as villain in a spin-off like “The Thunderbolt”. But any true menace is offset by making her comic relief.
10. While watching the show I listen to 2 different podcasts about it: “Still Watching” with Joanna Robinson and Richard Lawson, and “Almost Cancelled” with Peter Waddell. One podcast was very sympathetic to Karli and her cause, the other thought she was boring; one podcast though Sam Wilson shouldn’t wear his new uniform after Labor Day, the other thought it was perfect; one podcast thought Sam’s speech in episode 6 was hammy and over the top; the other found Sam’s speech inspiration. My point? TFAWS elicited different responses based on your perspective. Me? I neither hated it, nor loved it but I’ll go see the new movie that Marvel recently announced was in development.
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The Jericho Mile (1979). Dir : Michael Mann.
Avec Peter Strauss, Richard Lawson, Roger E. Mosley,Brian Dennehy...
ZHOU WINS FANTASTIC FEATURE RACE
Guanyu Zhou held on for victory in a bonkers F2 Feature Race as tyre management wreaked havoc across the field.
He came home just ahead of a charging Dan Ticktum who could’ve won the race had it been a lap longer, the Brit closed in on the leader following contact with Oscar Piastri while battling for P3, which eliminated the Australian from the race.
Liam Lawson stole the final podium position on the penultimate lap from Richard Verschoor, denying the Dutchman a first F2 podium after a mighty drive saw him lead through the midway stage of the race.
Marcus Armstrong put in a solid drive to come home P5 ahead of Daruvala and a brilliant recovery drive from Robert Shwartzman who came home P7 and with the fastest lap bonus points, after rear-ending Roy Nissany on lap one, which eliminated the DAMS and earned the Russian a drive through penalty which dropped him way down the order.
Felipe Drugovich fell away from the top three just like yesterday, but takes his first points of the season home in P9, just behind Theo Pourchaire and ahead of Matteo Nannini, who finally picks up his first F2 points having them cruelly taken away from him yesterday after Lundgaard’s penalty mishap.
Both he and Beckmann jumped Lundgaard today after he was awarded a five second time penalty which dropped him to P12, massively disappointing for the Dane as he battled for the lead until he started to struggle to keep his tyres alive.
Juri Vips had more bad luck, getting another penalty and unlucky timings of Safety Cars and Virtual Safety Cars saw his recovery drive consistently hampered, he came home ahead of Marino Sato, Ralph Boschung, Guilherme Samaia, Bent Viscaal and Lirim Zendeli – who was unable to recover at all after being caught up in the chaos of the lap one contact between Shwartzman and Nissany, who spun into the German and damaged his front wing.
Gianluca Petecof also retired after his fire extinguisher went off inside the car at turn one, bringing out one of the VSCs, and Alessio Deledda also failed to finish again.
SHWARTZMAN – FASTEST LAP
PIASTRI, PETECOF, DELEDDA, NISSANY – DNF
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ROOKIES REIGN SUPREME IN SPRINT RACE SATURDAY
Liam Lawson won this morning’s feature race in stunning style as he controlled the pace and held off fellow Red Bull junior Jehan Daruvala.
They both came home ahead of an impressive drive from David Beckmann who took a podium on his F2 debut, and the Prema pair of Robert Shwartzman and Oscar Piastri with the Russian holding off his team mate to the line with some strong defensive driving to recover from his disastrous qualifying session yesterday.
Piastri’s fellow Alpine junior Christian Lundgaard came home fifth after starting ninth, a solid result ahead of another Alpine academy driver, Guanyu Zhou and Dan Ticktum held on for the final point in eighth, despite picking up a time penalty for making contact with Richard Verschoor down at turn one, eliminating the Dutchman from the race.
Lirim Zendeli came home ninth, after Guilherme Samaia’s penalty, and took two points for the fastest lap, whilst Juri Vips put in a solid recovery drive after starting down in P22, to take P10 and pole for the second sprint race.
A much-improved Samaia ended up 11th after his penalty, ahead of Roy Nissany and Bent Viscaal, who also lost a few spots having also been awarded a penalty.
Matteo Nannini comfortably beat his team mate, despite a quiet race, in 14th ahead of Marino Sato, a disappointed Felipe Drugovich, Gianluca Petecof and Alessio Deledda.
There was heartbreak for Theo Pourchaire, who retired after slowing on track whilst running an impressive P2, Marcus Armstrong also pulled up at turn one on lap three, Ralph Boschung couldn’t avoid the ailing DAMS and hit him as he slowed, ending his race after an impressive qualifying effort, and Verschoor had to retire after the contact with Ticktum.
RACE RESULT: LAW, DAR, BEC, SHW, PIA, LUN, ZHO, TIC, ZEN, VIP, SAM, NIS, VIS, NAN, SAT, DRU, PET, DEL
POU, ARM, BOS, VER - DNF
Oscar Piastri stormed through to beat fellow Alpine juniors Christian Lundgaard and Guanyu Zhou to victory on the final lap in the afternoon Sprint Race following late, dramatic, Safety Car and Virtual Safety Car periods.
However a 10-second time penalty for Lundgaard sees him drop down the order to ninth and Jehan Daruvala promoted to the final podium spot.
Richard Verschoor and Theo Pourchaire also marched through the field having started at the back of the grid to take P4 and P5 respectively, just ahead of fellow F3 graduate David Beckmann.
Whilst further behind Marino Sato and Matteo Nannini took the final points positions home, a rare feat for Trident and HWA, the first points for the Italian in his first weekend in the category.
Marcus Armstrong went backwards upon the restart having tried an ambitious alternate strategy that was paying off until the late interruptions and ended up tenth.
Samaia came home 11th just ahead of Viscaal in 12th who faced the same issue as Armstrong, ahead of Petecof who put in a solid effort for Campos but couldn’t close in on a top ten finish.
Felipe Drugovich and Roy Nissany proved to be mobile chicanes upon the restart and plummeted down the order - a huge disappointment for the Brazilian as at stages he looked like he could win the race - he ends the day pointless and with a point to prove tomorrow.
The same for Juri Vips who challenged leader Zhou upon the restart, only for his Hitech to lose drive coming out of turn 11, dropping him down the order, with the Estonian eventually pulling over as he took the chequered flag down in 16th, only ahead of Ralph Boschung who had to make an extra late stop.
Alessio Deledda was barely seen throughout the race until he pulled over coming out of turn three, bringing out the final VSC on lap 20.
Liam Lawson was taken about by Felipe Drugovich as the pair made contact, sending the former spinning and ending the Kiwi’s race at turn four on lap 16, gutting as he could’ve made it two from two on his debut weekend.
Lirim Zendeli also retired after contact with Lundgaard at turn one, which gave the Dane his aforementioned 10-second penalty, and saw Zendeli fly off the road at turn two and limp back with a puncture, however it was all in vain as it spelled the end of his race.
Rob Shwartzman and Dan Ticktum were eliminated turn one, on lap one, after the Russian couldn’t avoid the Brit making a cut back in the Carlin, spearing into the side of him, in a role reversal for Ticktum who took out Verschoor at the same place this morning.
PIA, ZHO, DAR, VER, POU, BEC, SAT, NAN, LUN, ARM, SAM, VIS, PET, DRU, NIS, VIP, BOS
DEL, LAW, ZEN, SHW, TIC - DNF
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ZHOU KEEPS POLE
The FIA stewards in Bahrain have determined Guanyu Zhou will keep his pole position despite taking the chequered flag twice in qualifying, a number of drivers were under investigation, you can find all of the resolutions here:
Car 3 - Guanyu Zhou - taking chequered flag twice - reprimand
Car 7 - Liam Lawson - Entering support pit lane during red flag - reprimand
Car 8 - Juri Vips - Technical Infringement - DISQUALIFIED
Car 11 - Richard Verschoor - entering support pits during red flag - reprimand
Car 12 - Lirim Zendeli - entering support pits during red flag - reprimand
Car 14 - David Beckmann - entering support pits during red flag - reprimand
Car 21 - Ralph Boschung - entering support pits during red flag - reprimand
Car 22 - Gianluca Petecof - entering support pits during red flag - reprimand
Car 24 - Bent Viscaal - violation of pit exit - 500 euro fine for Trident
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ZHOU SENDS A STATEMENT OF INTENT
Guanyu Zhou stole pole from fellow Alpine junior and championship rival Christian Lundgaard in the dying seconds of F2 qualifying.
However it’s not all plain sailing for the Chinese driver as he’s under investigation for taking the chequered flag twice, which could land him a penalty and lose him pole position for the Feature Race.
The other UNI-Virtuosi car of Felipe Drugovich will line up third just ahead of Dan Ticktum who caught traffic in the final sector of his final push lap, and cost him crucial lap time.
Juri Vips impressed to be P5 in the Hitech, only to be disqualified for a technical infringement overnight, he was just ahead of a mighty effort from Richard Verschoor, who was only announced in the seat this week and managed to land himself a spot on the third row of the grid alongside the Estonian, despite having a big moment in the second sector.
Jehan Daruvala is seventh having been outqualified by his team mate, ahead of the Prema of Oscar Piastri, and his fellow F3 graduates Liam Lawson, David Beckmann and Theo Pourchaire, who will start tomorrow’s Sprint Race from the reverse grid pole.
Robert Shwartzman ended the session down in P11, and was unable to take to track during the final runs thanks to breaking down on the start/finish straight and bringing out the red flags.
Ralph Boschung put in an impressive effort to start 12th for Campos, ahead of the disappointed DAMS of Marcus Armstrong and Roy Nissany, who make up row seven ahead of Bent Viscaal, who violated the pit exit rules when he encountered clutch problems and earned Trident a 500 Euro fine from the stewards.
Lirim Zendeli will be disappointed to be so far behind his team mate in 16th, ahead of a much improved Guilherme Samaia, Marino Sato, Matteo Nannini, Gianluca Petecof - who also had a big sideways moment on the kerbs during his one and only run, and Alessio Deledda, who as expected propped up the grid, 3.8 seconds off the pole time and 1.6 seconds behind the next slowest car.
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F2 Rookies Bent Viscaal of The Netherlands and Trident, Lirim Zendeli of Germany and MP Motorsport, Liam Lawson of New Zealand and Hitech Grand Prix, Oscar Piastri of Australia and Prema Racing, Theo Pourchaire of France and ART Grand Prix, David Beckmann of Germany and Charouz Racing System, Richard Verschoor of The Netherlands and MP Motorsport and Alessio Deledda of Italy and HWA Racelab pose for a photo during previews ahead of Round 1 (Photo By: Joe Portlock)
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