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A Pirate's Life For Me: Living The Pirate Lifestyle In A Landlubber's World

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    A Pirate's Life For Me: Living The Pirate Lifestyle In A Landlubber's World
    (10 May '18)

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on May 10, 2018

But since the legends of pirates and their lifestyles came to us because of several compelling books published at the right time, it is essential that those serious about piracy read the books. There were non-fiction books written first by the mysterious Captain Charles Johnson and Esquemellin, followed by the fictional accounts which helped turn our pirate brethren into the cultural symbols and anti-heroes we see them as today. Grab a cup of grog, sit in a comfortable throne, turn on the Hans Zimmer and let your mind wander to the wooden world of gold and guts. Hours of entertainment before the mast await the souls with enough bravery and popcorn to set sail on the high seas of celluloid! Before disc jockeys and in-ship cinemas, sailors and passengers aboard seabound vessels kept themselves entertained through song. Most sailors' songs were heavily rhythmic and made to be sung while working though quite a few also existed to touch the soul of the lonely sailor far from his lady or set his feet to dancing. The Commuter is a nifty little action-packed film, directed by the McHenry brothers, and starring Dev Patel, Pamela Anderson, Charles Dance and Ed Westwick. Its distinguishing feature, however, is the fact that it was shot entirely with Nokia's new flagship smartphone, the Nokia N8. In the event you adored this article and also you desire to receive details concerning tuyển dụng việc làm - http://hhbnetwork.com/c2/viec-lam-24h i implore you to go to the web page. Nokia announced the film one month ago and launched a contest for two lucky fans to appear in the film alongside the famous actors mentioned above. The seven-and-a-half minute long movie, however, is quite entertaining and looks amazingly good, considering it was shot entirely with a cellphone. The resolution of the video is 720p; the scenes shot in daylight look fantastic, while the interior shots are a bit grainy, but Nokia has definitely proven that the N8's 12-megapixel camera is capable of doing great things. How do you like the movie? Do you think the Nokia N8's camera has lived up to expectations? Please, share your thoughts in the comments.

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Not too long ago I posted a story from some Alaskan newspaper about a treadmill which had been built to exercise a hippo which is weird but funny out of context but it meant a lot at the time. But sometimes I think bald links don't do much other than increase that page or site's technocrati - http://www.encyclopedia.com/searchresults.aspx?q=site%27s%20technocrati rating. Do you have a favorite post or posts? Y'know I have a really bad memory for these things but sometimes I'll look at a random page and find something I'm amazed I wrote, that is me. I'm really impressed with a series of posts that described in minute detail what happened some random weekend -- from Saturday to Monday night . It wasn't that exciting really, just a night out and a cinema trip to Manchester but it was an attempt to try and write and remember the minutia and I think it was successful. It's actually fairly personal in its own way -- certainly moreso than usual. To be honest, the best posts are the ones which don't seem like something I have ability to write. I tend to only see the flaws.