I can’t see a market for the Old Republic. It’s just the current era with different clothes on, created to not step on George Lucas’s toes.
“It’s just the current era with different clothes on, created to not step on George Lucas’s toes.”
I think the Sith might be another thing that hardcore fans love but general audiences are largely meh about.
Everyone ejaculated though. Which seemed very funny back in the day.
I would watch both of those!
I suggest that we’ve already had a sci-fi series inspired (in part) by Norther Exposure.
Buy that man a Pan-Galactic Gargle-blaster.
Rest In Peace, you beautiful angel
Oh for fucks sake people... I’m really sick of this bashing on Rowling. Put her in perspective. She was poor white trash. She concocted a story. Most of the people in her story looked and acted like her - what she knew. As her fame and bank account grew, she began to get more perspective. Her world view grew, and she…
The first time I heard the “Noble warrior heroes” line I kind of winced. It just sounded like such crap.
It was seeing it in the film and the realization that she was basically brainwashed that it made so much more sense.
No one is calling on Christians for being backwards, evil people trying to push a religious ideology on the world.
Daughter number two looks as though she is absolutely loving the paparazzi. I have a feeling this is just the beginning of their fame.
It’s also set in the 1927. Not exactly a time when gay men and women were so brazen about their homosexuality.
That’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever read, there is a clear difference in my expression when i look at a piece of shit on the ground and when i stare into my stepson’s eyes.
some people don’t care about the sexuality of characters no matter what. People like alliterator are never pleased. They exist to whine on social media. Alliterator just wants to see them fuck... and even then there would be complaints that it wasn’t realistic enough, or they kissed wrong. If they’re gay, and…
Wait, was that the one with the rape-bot?
Amazon employees between 120k and 250k people in the United States based on season in its sorting and warehouses. If the centers studied in the article really make up 25 percent of the employees that’s 30k to 62.5k employees. They are talking about 38 people a year out of between 30 and 50 thousand people. That’s…
seriously, When you actually consider how large their work force is, 189 over 5 years is nothing. This is a hit piece. As much as I hate amazon, I hate gawker media more for putting out such trash articles at times. These types of articles need to stop.
What’s the context on these numbers? Are they above, below, or equal to the mental health crisis rate for all workplaces per hour worked?