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Saturday July 7th, 2018 night edition

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Though the Game of Thrones wrap party took place last Sunday, production didn’t stop.

According to our sources, the last day of filming was yesterday.

Before bidding the show a final farewell, let’s catch up with the last week of filming, as well as Maisie Williams‘s heartbreaking (and a bit ominous) goodbye on social media.

First of all, there was an unexpected return to the new Magheramorne green screen set.

These final filming photos reiterate just how screwed the Seven Kingdoms capital will be.

For those of us who follow filming news, now the true off-season begins. »

The night a river of whiskey ran through the streets of Dublin

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The previous Friday, William met his neighbour John McGrane at the corner of Bow Street in Dublin’s north inner city.

As the flames reached the wooden casks holding the liquor, they burst open, sending a burning river of whiskey flowing through the streets.

None of the deceased perished in the flames, nor did they die of smoke inhalation - each succumbed to alcohol poisoning from drinking “freely of the derelict whiskey”. »

Netflix Has a Page Where You Can Request TV Shows and Movies

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Netflix is notorious among its 125 million reported users for consistently updating its library of movies and television shows.

Netflix's website has a special page dubbed "Title Request" where users can give up to three suggestions at once for a movie or show they want the service to add.

The company account responded with, "You know the drill" and posted a link to the title request page. »

HIV vaccine shows promise in human trial

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An HIV vaccine that has the potential to protect people around the world from the virus has shown promising results.

The treatment, which aims to provide immunity against various strains of the virus, produced an anti-HIV immune system response in tests on 393 people, a study in the Lancet found.

More testing is now needed to determine if the immune response produced can prevent HIV infection in people. »