In fact, four of the alcoholic beverages on display were manufactured by the museum: Korean feces wine; chicha, an ancient beer made from corn that is chewed into paste before fermenting; pruno, a prison wine made from fruit and brewed in a toilet; and a potent Ugandan moonshine that British colonizers dubbed "war gin." … [Read more...] about Squirrel beer, ant gin and poop wine are served up in Disgusting Food Museum’s new exhibit
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Sure, “Bury Me Here” attempts some nuance by portraying Richard in a sympathetic light, and having Morgan briefly wrestle with how to handle the man’s admittedly ill-advised scheme. Carol too miraculously comes around to the realization that she needs to help Ezekiel fight with Rick. But TWD puts in so little effort to show the gray area of these characters’ moral positions, instead having them flip back and forth between extremes to serve the script and learning seemingly nothing in the process. (Because what did Carol really take away from her extended timeout, or Morgan from his pledge not to kill?) Unfortunately, it’s become increasingly clear that Morgan is more of a plot instrument to “redeem” the violent characters on the show, so we’ll likely have to suffer more of him in the future. … [Read more...] about The Walking Dead Redemption Club season 7, episode 13: Bury Me Here
Home Depot Black Friday appliance dealsAppliance deals are the bread and butter of Home Depot's Black Friday sales. Last year we saw savings of over $1,000 on top brands like Samsung and LG, and you can bet similar offers are on their way in November. So far in 2020 we've seen discounts on refrigerators, dishwashers, and washing machines, with as much as 40% off a range of models and brands. Plus, if you're looking to upgrade the entire kitchen, we've seen Home Depot offering more bundle deals this year, so you can save even more by picking up a whole suite. … [Read more...] about Home Depot Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale 2020: the deals we expect to see – and when we think they’ll start
Moving the Needle: It can’t be said enough how severely The Walking Dead suffers by Gimple’s insistence on telling stories with tunnel vision, as if viewers can’t possibly digest a complex, interconnected narrative. It’s not that we need to check in on every character every week, but the show would be better served by focusing on theme and concept, and weaving the most vital characters around those concepts into something that feels like a coherent tapestry. What we have now is grab-bag TV, with far too many storylines and far too little focus resulting in a show that varies wildly from week to week. The only thing consistent about The Walking Dead is the theme song, and the fact that viewers have no idea whether it will be worth tuning in on any given week. … [Read more...] about The Walking Dead Villain Watch season 8, episode 6: The King, the Widow, and Rick
CXO Crisis management: Four key lessons that digital leaders need to learn What is an IT director? Everything you need to know about one of the top jobs in tech How to be a manager: Five ways to get your team to trust you What is a Chief Technology Officer? Everything you need to know about the CTO Ring CEO defends police partnerships (CNET) How to overcome procrastination: A CXO guide (TechRepublic) … [Read more...] about It’s the biggest job in tech. So why can’t they find anyone to do it?