No Mega Maid??
No Mega Maid??
You forgot Gurren Lagann, who in its final form was made of pure energy and could hurl galaxies.
Ehhhhh, or a testament to people being far too quick to pass on information that looks good but can be easily debunked.
I remember being far more traumatized by Chic Tracts than any D&D game.
Thank you for posting something from an actual food scientist and not from the Food Babe.
LOUD VEHEMENT AGREEMENT!
Pinback, time to feed the alien...
Beat me to it :D
Though perhaps this is more of a philosophical drama. No wait, they lost all their toilet paper, it's an existential drama!
And then there was light.
Dark Star is an aquired taste... It's very slow in places, makes no sense in others. They could have cut out a lot of the scenes and not hurt the story any - making it a powerful 20 minute video.
I realize not every film can get included, and we all have our pet favorite, but Gravity is on the list and not Forbidden Planet, a film which pretty birthed the entire Star Trek franchise...
A thousand times yes on this one. I think it's also a good eye opener for parents, guardians, and anyone else who has influence over a growing persons life. With the way the 3 primers work on the 3 girls of different backgrounds. Every external thing in life has an impact on who we become. And their goal of…
Dune. Makes you think about economics, social structures, ecology, the nature of leadership/religion and its degeneration into bureaucracy, makes you question free will, etc.
The book covers a lot of ground, with some incredibly detailed information on cryptography and some fun Alan Turing pseudo-history.
My understanding of Turing machines was vastly improved by reading this book. Plus, it's just a damned good story.
When I took Public Speaking in college, one of my classmates was a woman from Romania; she gave a speech about how Vlad the Impaler is actually quite revered as a hero in his homeland for having successfully protected his people and country from threats, and is not seen as a villain (a-la Dracula) at all
"Harvard etymologist Piotr Naskrecki"
There was a misleading article on a Gawker site!
Hey Adam, Piotr Naskrecki is an Entomologist not an Eytomologist....