Reviews by belial
It requires a debrid service, but it’s super easy to use, it can use any IMDB or Trakt lists, etc. It can track all your recent shows and present the new episodes. Very similar to Seren but I prefer it.
As a debrid, they cache popular torrents so you can stream them right away. They also have premium access to many paid streaming sites. Side features include a download manager for premium sites, 1TB cloud with RSS-Torrent support, VPN. It’s like $13 a month, pretty great deal for the features, and the best Kodi apps like Seren or TheOath use it, or similar. Hit me up for a referral link if you want, I’ll get a free month.
You know what, eat your fucking horse paste, we don’t need you around
It’s one of the rare great healthy options in the areas it serves. Flame grilled chicken, steamed veggies, Mexican rice, the only sort of “unhealthy” thing off the top of my head is their great Mac N Cheese. Generally cheap too. I got amazing churros that were obviously freshly made.
Out-of-towners rant about In-N-Out, but they need to try El Pollo Loco too
Covers a lot of topics from a pagan/occult/magickal perspective, without the New Age woo that a lot of sites depend on. Dr Bones is an especially good writer for them. Good for people trying to experience spiritualism without abandoning rationality.
I can’t believe the obscure stuff I find here sometimes, not to mention more common books. I don’t use the science part much, but I’ve heard it’s top notch.
Lots of activity, various instances with cute domains, and great moderation features to deal with abusive instances. Using the ActivityPub standard, it works with all members of the greater Fediverse, including GNU Social, Hubzilla, and eventually lib.reviews. Not giving 5 stars until it supports groups and events, features critical for activist use.
Great little town for a quick vacation. Lots of wine tasting and Danish bakeries. Fun little stores. Good place to take a partner.
Great place for campers that want some amenities. The grounds include a general store that opens at 8am, which is too late for fishers, but the tackle shop opens at 6am with coffee and snacks.
Fun nature center, that’s great for kids, with knowledgeable docents. I’d recommend seeing the bats go out at night from their bat box. They also have a variety of events throughout the year.
There’s also a pool, bike rental, and boat rentals, including an accessible fishing dock for those with disabilities.
This is a large, well-kept park. Walking trails, Picnic and BBQ areas, tennis courts, batting cages, Farmer’s Market on Tuesday, and a recreation center for classes. Could use more bathrooms, and I miss the skate park.