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With a negative net worth of $65 billion and an additional $140 billion in unfunded liabilities, the USPS originally expected to run out of liquidity by 2021 without intervention. That has accelerated rapidly because of COVID-19.

fortune.com/2020/03/30/usps-po

A captivating dramatic short film to watch - is the latest short written and directed by . It's a film about "fathers, sons, and tennis", but it's also about masculinity. The filmmaker is trying to grapple with the frustration of – and how it's passed down between generations how you're forced into it at a young age, how hard it is to fight against it if you resist, how much it becomes a normal part of a man's life.

youtu.be/12WFRNd4UIg

I just need to repeat that I regret taking a few months off to work on my outline ... getting back into the absolutely epic flow of I was in last year is just not happening. It's already near end of February and I haven't restarted my novel yet. I'm angry at myself ...

Starring , , and , originally premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, and went on to play at dozens of festivals, winning over 20 awards in the process. Now it's an Oscar winner, too.

Dizzia gives a superb performance in this, and that's only part of what makes it stand out. This has the depth and compassion of a film like , packed into only 20 minutes.

vimeo.com/376861194

Finally just watched . There was absolutely NOTHING wrong with that movie. It was amazing and a wonderful cast. There's zero reason aside from racism and misogyny that that movie should have flopped. It was fine. More than fine in fact.

Black and white version of set for theatrical release!

"I watched the black & white version twice now, and at times the film felt more like a fable and gave me the strange sense that I was watching a story from old times." - Bong Joon-ho

Absolutely want to see this!

’s new film isn’t a biography. It’s a drama set during one of ’s worst periods of and , written mostly from the perspective of a fictional young housewife. But it’s driven by women reconciling their deep inner lives with a world that expects them to live for other people, sometimes losing track of reality in the process.

theverge.com/2020/2/5/21110859

Well Go USA has released a trailer for an upcoming Chinese fantasy action film that you’ve got to watch titled . The trailer is filled with visually stunning footage and the film looks like it’s going to tell an epic story of gods and demons. Jiang Ziya in US theaters on February 7th, 2020.

youtu.be/wc4vZdG3bZ4

Australian birds of prey are spreading fires ...

lore is replete with references to birds carrying fire, and some traditional ceremonies even depict the behaviour. Now ornithologists have collected accounts from witnesses across the savannas of Australia’s far north, known as the Top End, suggesting three Australian birds of prey species use smouldering branches to spread fires and scare prey into their waiting talons.

cosmosmagazine.com/biology/aus

I start each year with the same ritual. During my first shower of the new year I try and hit ' timeless and epic high note at the end of ...

I usually fail and my tribemates tell me to give up.

NEVER.

youtube.com/watch?v=Bjvfb8GqCl

All of these films took place in the year 2019 ... and the world ended in 1994 on Thundar The Barbarian (80's cartoon)

"The tiny smooch in TROS echoes the unnamed gay support group attendee in Avengers: Endgame, the two men making eye contact in Beauty and the Beast, the two dudes standing next to each other in Star Trek Beyond, the girlfriends who never even touch hands in Deadpool 2, the husbands with blink-and-you'll-miss-it wedding rings in Alien: Covenant, and the superheroine who didn't go out of her way to deny her "girlfriend troubles" in Power Rangers." - ANGIE HAN

mashable.com/article/star-wars

Harvesting the Blood of America's Poor: The Latest Stage of

America is one of the only developed countries in the world that pays people to donate blood, much of it sold abroad (70% of the world's plasma is of US origin), and as commercial blood donations have soared, blood now accounts for 2% of the country's exports -- more than corn or soya.

mintpressnews.com/harvesting-b

In Mexican tradition there is the idea of dying 3 deaths: the first when you physically die, the second when your body decays and returns to nature, and the final when there is no one around who remembers you. The fear of the third death is what drives a lot of research and and is at least subconsciously behind the new reprinted of 's book, "'s Infamous ," which keeps alive the memory of atrocities committed by the Imperial Army.

Final rehearsal video for the adaptation of ’s of the Valley of the Wind. Looks AMAZING!

youtu.be/JdZPGtE4ev0

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