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Top 5 super hero movies
1. The Incredibles
2. Avengers End Game
3. Captain America 2 whatever it was called
4. Hellboy
5. Batman (Michael Keaton, Jack Nicklaus)

Later nerds.
1.) Logan
2.) Superman II
3.) Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse
4.) Captain America: The Winter Soldier
5.) Batman Returns

Honorable mentions to Spider-man 2, Infinity War, and the Nolan Batman films which would round up the top 10.

 
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A guy on nextdoor posted a long obit yesterday about his cat dying in his arms the previous night. Complete with pictures of the dying cat and everything.


Today he posts a picture of a different cat that looks similar and explains how this cat was his and it is still alive. He had mistakenly brought in a dying stray cat the night before that just happens to look like his cat.
 

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A guy on nextdoor posted a long obit yesterday about his cat dying in his arms the previous night. Complete with pictures of the dying cat and everything.


Today he posts a picture of a different cat that looks similar and explains how this cat was his and it is still alive. He had mistakenly brought in a dying stray cat the night before that just happens to look like his cat.
true story (aka cool story bro) I was at a PetSmart once and some dude came in and went over to the adopt-a-cat area and said “I need a cat...now!”

always wondered why he needed one that instant.
 

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have not! Recommend?
It’s an absolute bonkers story that’s generally told well. The first part has some scenes that are challenging to watch - the documentary details how some randos on the internet tried to find a guy who killed cats and posted the videos online afterwards. You don’t see any video in full, and certainly not the end of any - but even the portions you do see are stomach-churning.

There’s a bit at the very end that kind of ruins the whole thing, though. Still worth watching if you don’t know the story already.
 

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It’s an absolute bonkers story that’s generally told well. The first part has some scenes that are challenging to watch - the documentary details how some randos on the internet tried to find a guy who killed cats and posted the videos online afterwards. You don’t see any video in full, and certainly not the end of any - but even the portions you do see are stomach-churning.

There’s a bit at the very end that kind of ruins the whole thing, though. Still worth watching if you don’t know the story already.
Did he turn out to be a beer trader from Pennsylvania?
 
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