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"What they found was that the U.S. is like a patchwork quilt of different countries, where some regions offer people the economic prospects of a typical developed nation — and other regions are more like a developing country. That's the reality in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, India, Russia ... what they found is the USA becoming more and more like a BRIC, with the extinction of the middle classes leading to growing inequality. Left-wing policies increasing the state costs, increasing taxes and reducing the economic growth, making people more and more dependent of the state, demanding more and more state intervention. Economic study suggests we're heading for a Blade Runner future
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You don’t often see Blade Runner cosplay, which makes this beautiful Pris something truly unique. It features cosplayer Crystal Graziano photographed by Big White Bazooka. Her costume and make-up are gorgeous and she does a great job capturing the crazy-sexy of the character. See more pictures after the break… Send your cosplay pics to email@example.com. (via Cosplay Blog) Beautiful Pris From “Blade Runner” [Cosplay]
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Moments Lost – Music And Art Inspired By Blade Runner Organizers have announced a new project, Moments Lost, to produce music and art, inspired by the world of Blade Runner. Here’s a video intro to the project: Here’s what they have to say about Moments Lost: We’re approaching the creation of the music with a rig similar to Vangelis’ original setup, of course including the Yamaha CS80, Roland VP-330 strings and Rhodes. On this track we also used the Prophet 5, Jupiter 4 and Analogue Solutions Vostok mk1. The working methods are also inspired by Vangelis, using a live and direct approach to capture the energy and feel of the original recordings where everything is played by hand.
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Un-advanced Technology In Blade Runner | Thoughts and Muses My eldest son and I watched Blade Runner the other day (the 1982 International Theatrical release, which included the somewhat-controversial voiceover), and he commented about how unremarkable a lot of the technology in Blade Runner actually is. This got me thinking about the nature of the technology used in the fictional year 2019, and I tried to figure out, in my own mind, why it would be so ordinary. The Absence of Technology It appears that, except for synthetic animals, some voice-controlled computers and anti-gravity, most people don’t appear to have an enormous amount of technology around them. Granted, the writers didn’t anticipate the rise of mobile computing, but whose to say that we won’t go back to payphone-like devices and stop carrying small computers in our pockets? If you look at Blade Runner, and then look around the average home, frankly, technology is actually pretty invisible.
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