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Watch DUNE's Denis Villeneuve break down his approach to the Gom Jabbar scene

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It's just as gloriously detailed as you might expect.

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Dune screenwriter works in 30-year-old MS-DOS app, obeying dictat of Butlerian Jihad

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Eric Roth, co-writer of the screenplay for blockbuster hit Dune (and how odd it is to write "blockbuster hit Dune"), works using a 30-year-old screenwriting app that runs under MS-DOS, an operating system last updated 21 years ago. He types using a magnificent IBM Model M keyboard of even greater vintage. — Read the rest

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Jen Psaki tells Peter Doocy that rich people can be held accountable too

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Jen Psaki did not allow Peter Doocy to spin rich people into unfair victims of tax policy or imply that average folks will have the IRS going through their checking accounts. The tax policy Doocy is on about is closing a loophole for rich people, and holding them accountable for paying their taxes as W-2 wage earners. — Read the rest

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Sometimes I just want to live in a bob ross painting, where the...

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Sometimes I just want to live in a bob ross painting, where the skies are pink and the trees are happy 🌳

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Read these intense text conversations of pissed-off workers quitting crappy jobs

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The massive r/antiwork subreddit has no shortage of funny/sad/outrageous screenshots taken by workers who are mistreated, underpaid, unappreciated, and ultimately unemployed. Examples below.

Indeed, it is better to pissed off than pissed on.

(via Waxy)

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International Space Station tilted after thrusters on a Russian craft fired unexpectedly

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The International Space Station | Getty Images

The International Space Station was unexpectedly tilted on Friday after a test firing of thrusters on Russia’s Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft continued longer than expected. First reported by the New York Times, the personnel aboard the ISS were never in danger according to a statement from Russia’s Roscosmos space agency.

Ground teams for NASA and Roscosmos were able to regain control of the station about 30 minutes after it lost positioning control at 5:13AM ET. But it’s the second such incident aboard the ISS within the past year, and it occurred with a craft that is supposed to return to Earth early Sunday morning.

The incident started when cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky was testing the engines aboard the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft, which is docked...

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