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Thirteen movie poster trends that are here to stay and what they say about their movies

Posted on November 5th, 2011 at 20:15 by John Sinteur in category: News

1. Tiny People On the Beach, Giant Heads in the Clouds


These movies are always sappy dramas. Do not allow you to be mislead by the trailer or calibre of the people involved into thinking otherwise. The protagonist/his little brother/father and/or love interest is very likely to end up dead. You probably should keep your tissues handy because you’ll cry tears of sorrow, tears of joy, tears because you just wasted 13 dollars on this movie. This sort of poster is inevitably used for anything that involves Nicholas Sparks.

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  1. Dear “daily irrelevant” publisher,

    It came to my attention that you recently posted movie posters compilations supposedly coming from « Oh No They Didn’t » website.
    Actually, this ONTD post is just a looting of my own blog (http://christophecourtois.blogspot.com/search/label/affiche) : this ONTD website simply stole months of my compilation work without even mentioning the credit!

    You can obviously keep this post – actually I am happy to see that you liked
    my compilations! – but I would obviously appreciate if you could totally delete the ONTD mention and quote the legitimate source : goo.gl/RKd01

    Thanks again for your kind cooperation!
    Best regards,
    Christophe Courtois
    (http://www.christophecourtois.blogspot.com / @Christophe_Co)

  2. Link removed – people, visit Christophe Courtois instead!


Posted on November 5th, 2011 at 17:22 by John Sinteur in category: Cartoon

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Posted on November 5th, 2011 at 14:00 by John Sinteur in category: awesome

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  1. Awesome!!

SSL authority stops issuing certificates following breach

Posted on November 5th, 2011 at 13:48 by John Sinteur in category: Security


Yet another web authentication authority has stopped issuing secure sockets layer certificates after discovering a security breach that allowed hackers to store attack tools on one of its servers.Netherlands-based KPN Corporate Market said it was taking the action while it investigated the compromise, which may have taken place as long as four years ago. The breach came to light after tools for waging distributed denial-of-service attacks were found on its network.

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  1. I’m beginning to think that the interwebs is only really safe for pron and um, maybe dubstep videos…

  2. You’re probably right, although I worry about the dubstep video’s a bit…

Vatican stunned by Irish embassy closure

Posted on November 5th, 2011 at 9:51 by John Sinteur in category: Pastafarian News


Catholic Ireland’s stunning decision to close its embassy to the Vatican is a huge blow to the Holy See’s prestige and may be followed by other countries which feel the missions are too expensive, diplomatic sources said on Friday.

The closure brought relations between Ireland and the Vatican, once ironclad allies, to an all-time low following the row earlier this year over the Irish Church’s handling of sex abuse cases and accusations that the Vatican had encouraged secrecy.

Ireland will now be the only major country of ancient Catholic tradition without an embassy to the Vatican.

"This is really bad for the Vatican because Ireland is the first big Catholic country to do this and because of what Catholicism means in Irish history," said a Vatican diplomatic source who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

He said Ireland informed the Vatican shortly before the announcement was made on Thursday night.

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  1. Why would any country need an embassy at the Vatican? Seems a waste of resources to me.

Guy Fawkes Day comes to America

Posted on November 5th, 2011 at 9:27 by John Sinteur in category: News


U.S. Credit Unions report that over 650,000 consumers have joined during October, representing more than a year’s worth of members in a single month, as Britain’s Guy Fawkes Day (Nov. 5th) becomes Bank Transfer Day (tips)

Bank Transfer Day’s organizers emphasize that their movement has shares sentiments but not methods with Occupy Wall St., but remain grateful for the publicity brought by OWS, and the Credit Unions have happily embraced the Guy Fawkes Mask in their marketing.

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