Ah, yes, that explains it: the Rapa Nui used computer modeling and variable-density concrete. Mystery solved.
And Ike Perlmutter is a terrible human being. Some of his highlight reel include
The screenwriting of this episode is amazing. Everything is subtle, organic, and thought out. This scene is indeed a perfect encapsulation of that, among many other things. I didn’t quite understand why the season’s opening with the villager child gave me such a giddy feeling, until it was pointed out to me that the…
“rises 15% in one night” Jeebus: gosh, this thing can’t be inflated!
The world’s oldest disease? Ask the cheating whore of my ex-girlfriend. She’s got a list for you. I’m sure it’s grown even larger by now.
They kinda remind me of those Dickensian urchins in Brazil who torched Sam’s car.
Yeah, I had to laugh that he was basically shilling for those pans when a lot of people are complaining about them breaking and claiming they aren’t really borosilicate.
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 ;)
No. But yes.
He’ll spell it, including the “little dots,” a la Mr. T.
All she did with that comment is guarantee RLM will shit all over the film and her. Mike HATES identity politics.
[T]he trollish backlash that only intensified following Brie Larson’s call for a more diverse press pool to cover the film.
It suddenly occurs to me to wonder whether the original idea for the Skrulls could have been influenced by A.E. Van Vogt’s novel War against the Rull. The alien Rulls (rhymes with Skrulls, obviously) weren’t exactly shape shifters but had the ability to project an altered appearance, which they used to infiltrate…
It is clearly obvious.
Dude I just burst out laughing in my office take your star man this whole fast furious has Jumped the shark like never before.
Lets not forget the injury was Hobbs falling out of a window while holding his partner and using his body as a cushion onto a car rooftop.
I was all-in on this comment until you said Fast 5 was better than Avengers.
“[Hobbs] flexed his arm out of a cast”
Dunn’s only got one way of dying and that’s drowning. With that in mind I could see him being shellshocked by the prospect of it. It’s dumb still but possible. Sort of like having someone playing with hacked skills in a game only to be dumbstruck by someone overcoming them regardless.
As a community organizer, I start every public and private event here in Oregon with: