ChubbaGeek
ChubbaGeek
8/30/19
3:46 PM
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I totally get where this Taff’s coming from. I’ve been to Aberystwyth and some of the street are dicey, even for the UK, so I don’t fault Richards for doing this....the local AA (Automobile Association, not Alcoholics Anonymous) are presumably pros but no doubt charge a premium for doing certain jobs because of how

3/17/19
11:50 PM
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Well, the version of Project PEGASUS that Carol and Maria were test pilots for definitely had USAF involvement, but I figure that with the loss of the FTL engine design prototype, its designer and one of the project’s test pilots, the Air Force chose to give up its involvement and NASA became the new partner. Because

3/17/19
11:50 PM
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Well, the version of Project PEGASUS that Carol and Maria were test pilots for definitely had USAF involvement, but I figure that with the loss of the FTL engine design prototype, its designer and one of the project’s test pilots, the Air Force chose to give up its involvement and NASA became the new partner. Because

3/12/19
10:00 PM
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The blue Kree corpse was found around 1945, since a flashback with Peggy Carter and the Howling Commandos in an episode of AoS showed it was part of the stuff they captured with “Daniel Whitehall” (can’t recall the character’s original name) at one of Hydra’s last WWII facilities.

So...Peggy knew about alien life for

3/8/19
4:28 AM
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Ignore the response talking about DC vs Marvel re: the name Captain Marvel. Was trying to respond to another comment but the editor tool did something weird.

3/8/19
4:23 AM
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Eh...DC Comics’ Captain Marvel did exist first (1939), but the character was on a long hiatus when Marvel rolled out its own Captain Marvel in the 1960s and they locked down the name, forcing DC Comics to have to change some names.

3/8/19
4:08 AM
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Oh...you’re gonna love a certain moment in “Captain Marvel” based on that quote!

3/8/19
4:07 AM
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If you watched the MCU movies in chronological order, I’d say there were zero spoilers...but one hinky use of a MacGuffin in one film that doesn’t explain how its appearance is actually possible at that point if you take all the Marvel Shorts as canon. I’ll let you figure out which one ;)

3/8/19
4:03 AM
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I want to avoid spoiling anything for you, but while Captain Marvel certainly lays down a fair amount of hurt in the film, I think that her greatest moments were “peaceful” ones where she chooses to acknowledge her feelings and use them as a guide to winning without actually having to be violent. The climax of the

3/8/19
3:58 AM
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Without getting spoiler-y, I just finished seeing the film a couple of hours ago and I personally think the film could have been set in a couple of other decades, including now, without having to do any drastic changes to the direct dialogue or plot.

2/28/19
7:28 AM
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Definitely! My dad’s told me a story where he did some major repair work - tranny swap I think - on a Vauxhall Viva curbside in front of my aunt’s house and it was easy as pie because it was just unbolt a few things and lower the motor to the ground before swapping out the bad part for the good one, get the motor

2/22/19
8:10 AM
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$1500USD doesn’t seem too crazy to me when I was quoted $1500/$1800 for a set of 4 winter tires for my ‘15 Nissan Murano (two prices for two tire brand choices) the day before yesterday.

2/8/19
2:48 AM
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Here’s an idea for future issues like a (probably) drugged-up trucker wielding a weapon at cops: get on the line with the local fire department, get them to swing by with their pumper truck and give the troubled fella a nice high-pressure bath with the hose. Non-lethal and should knock the tweaker down so the cops can

2/5/19
7:10 AM
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Definitely watch the original “Italian Job” for Caine’s swagger and charisma alone, plus all the lovely vehicle fun, but the plot is “doing it (the gold robbery in Turin) because we bloody well can!”. The original Gone in 60 Seconds (the H.B. Halicki starring and directed one) is both better and worse...more motor

2/5/19
6:59 AM
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Though he apparently recalls nothing about the film shoot for “Jaws: The Revenge” but the house he bought for his mother with the paycheque from that film “is quite nice” ;)

12/10/18
3:04 AM
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I believe it’s the vehicle Bond sneaks into while Tiffany Case causes a distraction at a gas station so he can get access to a desert lab owned by Willard Whyte where Blofeld built his SDI-style laser satellite.

11/25/18
8:19 AM
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I totally agree with just how easy and educational to new wrench monkeys the Sidekick/Tracker/Vitara is! They were built locally (whoo, CAMI in Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada!) and they donated a fully built Sidekick/Tracker to our local high school’s auto shop to be a practice dummy for teaching kids how to tear apart

11/20/18
10:01 AM
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A Mirror Universe version of a Geo Metro, of course!

;)

4/17/17
11:46 PM
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Restless spirit with unfinished business on the earthly plain.

4/17/17
11:44 PM
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I’ve taken Charlie Sheen’s character in The Wraith to be an avenging angel, since I understood him to be the female lead’s murdered boyfriend on a revenge quest against the gang that killed him.