Scenes - Ten Things #5

June 08, 2018

Hello! This is our fifth - Ten Things a nearly-always-bi-weekly newsletter. Every other Friday, we will post 10 things that we think are worthy of your attention.

So in no order of significance, heres this weeks Ten Things:

1. David lynch on scene length
2. Very interesting image of a bridge being made (yes)
3. HAHA
4. Oh no, oh no. She’s going to get PTSD from this
5. Do you have a bullshit job?
6. Computer games have improved a lot in the last 18 years.
7. That also applies to TV show spin offs of computer games
8. If you are into computer games and podcast this is a podcast about computer games
9. Only You Can Make Me Blue
10. “Tommy has passed away. RIP u will live on forever. Cant believe it. I wanna run to u. Really cant believe this.”

Previously on Ten Things...
#1 'Hello'
#2 'Face'
#3 'Statue'
#4 'The Touch'


        

        
          




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