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Oct 7 2019
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To everyone saying this story is anti-intellectual or shuns scientists or what have you, the point isn’t that climate deniers are right (they get called out at the start) but that expecting there to be an easy science “fix” for everything we’ve been consistently screwing up is shortsighted.

The sad truth is, many Read more

May 2 2019
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This is the best article on the web right now.

Aug 28 2018
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By choosing these pathetic “villains” are your picks, all you have done is secured your DOOM!

Mar 10 2016
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“He could have gone conciliatory...”

I had my issues with the film, and I understand that he might have his own reasons to make the project the way he made it - but it irritates me on another level that rather than owning those choices and acknowledging the other valid opinions out there, he doubles-down on his points Read more

Dec 8 2015
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Actually, it wasn’t based on something as complex as a trading card “game” but rather just an ordinary series of (really gross) trading cards. Somehow that makes the existence of this film even stranger!

Nov 5 2015
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If they didn’t use Lincoln Logs for this, it was a missed opportunity.

Nov 11 2014
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Let's reinvent the rest of the Fantastic Four cast!
The Human Torch is a guy that posts inflammatory comments on YouTube videos.
The Mole Man is a kid who gets picked on for the unsightly growth on his chin.
The Invisible Woman is constantly accused of being a Fake Gamer Girl.
Galactus is clearly a rapper. No Read more

Nov 10 2014
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I hate relying on this, but I do think Abraham was acting off an unusual amount of increased stress, possibly brought on by the bus catching air during its predestined flipout. He even mentions it messing with his head, so I can imagine he was even less "all there" than normal during the zombie apocalypse. That's why Read more

Oct 5 2014
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Right now on I'm toying with the idea that every dragon knows that every other dragon it's ever seen has the same eye color. Since none of the other dragons have ever turned into long-tailed sparrows, and armed with the knowledge that at least one of them should have (since you have informed them at least one has Read more

Sep 4 2014
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You just won the internet. Good for you!

Aug 18 2014
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The ending of the film also turns Dr. Manhattan into a ridiculously simplified Christ figure - a martyr that will suffer the hatred of mankind for the good of all. Sort of. I mean, he also doesn't care much about us, so he's a Christ-figure that doesn't even *really* suffer on the cross, he just sort of chills up Read more

Aug 18 2014
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Captain Action is still around! You can even get him with new outfits featuring modern takes on superheroes. captainaction.com

I'm really impressed people still remember this doll... er... "action figure" fondly.

Jul 22 2014
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Here's what I don't understand:

You are dispicable and dishonest enough to kill these animals (illegally) to sell on the black market. Why are you even bothering selling the real thing?? Why not just sell cow parts and laugh yourself right to the bank? Yes, it might increase demand and would still be considered Read more

Jul 22 2014
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Oh come on, I can't be the only one thinking it...

Apr 9 2014
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"this very episode spent too long dwelling on his remorse for shooting the Fauxvoyant and his feelings of betrayal towards May and his desire to meet Skye for a drink when all this is over. So while I'm hoping that Ward really is a Hydra agent, life is never that good to us." Read more

Mar 6 2014
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Basically, more evidence for the "insect colonies act as a single organism" way of looking at things. Neat!

Mar 6 2014
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Nope. He meant Syrian-Bees are of the giant/space variety. I knew it!

Feb 28 2014
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I really like this ending. The actual movie ending was, in my opinion, a lazy attempt to replicate some of the notes of the comic. Of course the comic ending wouldn't have made sense in the movie-length version of the story we got - that's why so many people were worried about getting a movie-length version of the Read more