Saturday, March 23, 2024

Shaving & Talking #18

Today on shaving & talking I show some of the 3D-printed bowl designs I've been working on. We have two variants, WTF / no side logos / all shaving bowls have Wet The Face on the underside of the bowl. Unfortunately, due to the increased time of adding logos, each one will have a slightly different cost due to additional time and materials. Chuck our CAD designer is working on getting his bowls ready and he has one that takes the shape of our previous bowl from Alford.

I also plan on restocking the coconut bowls in a few weeks. Not only have these been great as shaving bowls, but I use mine for all kinds of things like holding chips, dips, and anything else you can think of.

Also in the YouTube video I talk about the movies I've seen. I wrote down all the Oscars nominees and watched as many as possible before the weekend. I talked about what I liked and what I thought the rating was for each of them from 1-10. Some of them are as follows: Poor Things, American Fiction, Anatomy of a Fall, The Holdovers, and one from 2017 called Killing of a Sacred Deer. 

The "Killing of a Sacred Deer" is a psychological thriller directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, and released in 2017. The film revolves around Steven, a successful cardiac surgeon, played by Colin Farrell, who forms a peculiar relationship with a teenage boy named Martin, portrayed by Barry Keoghan.

As the story progresses, it becomes apparent that Martin holds Steven responsible for a tragic event in his past, and he begins to exact a surreal and disturbing form of revenge. Martin imposes a mysterious curse on Steven's family, leading to escalating tension and moral dilemmas.

The movie explores themes of guilt, responsibility, and the consequences of one's actions. It's known for its unsettling atmosphere, deadpan dialogue, and enigmatic storytelling style, characteristic of Lanthimos' work. Overall, "Killing of a Sacred Deer" is a thought-provoking and unsettling exploration of human nature and the complexities of morality.

Well that's all I have for this week
As always be kind to one another
Don Youngner
Wet The Face

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