neuroradical1
neruoradical1
Sep 27 2017
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The failures you mention are an indictment of the mainstream middle of the road “pragmatic” Democrats who have been in control of the party for quite a while now who are more focused on starting from a position of compromise than on forcefully advocating progressive positions and starting negotiation from the position Read more

Sep 26 2017
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Yes, but what did we do about it? Gay marriage seemed like a political impossibility less than a decade ago. Mainstream politicians, including Obama and Clinton were against it. Thepragmatists were still counseling that we needed to compromise with regressive conservatives on the issue, just as they had in the 90s. Read more

Sep 26 2017
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I’d check it out, but I am definitely in the blithering idiot category

Sep 26 2017
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Tl;dr Lee and Kirby almost definitely didn’t think the X-Men were a civil rights analogue. Claremont, Byrne and Jim Shooter introduced that theme to mutant comics. Read more

Sep 26 2017
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It’s ok, I think it is still considered free speech to call the president a dessicated Nazi scarecrow with a decayed pumpkin covered in rancid spaghetti squash for a head and the IQ and sexual prowess of a half eaten Twinkie casually tossed behind the radiator at a poorly run kindergarten for slow children who Read more

Sep 24 2017
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When you say it is not a trivial question, do you mean you have the power to do one or both of these things? Because if you do, the fuck you waiting for?

Sep 24 2017
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Actually, what we are seeing is that Trump could theoretically provoke an exchange that could get other people to kill a half billion people in 20 minutes from his Twitter account

Sep 22 2017
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I am stunned that you forgot THE greatest superhero costume of the decade. The costume that launched what was intended to be a one off character to become one of the most heavily merchandised superheroes out there. I am of course referring to Spider-Gwen:

Sep 22 2017
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Well, yes, but expand that out a bit. People who pirate digital media sometimes can’t afford to pay for the content they pirate and distributors and providers often artificially inflate the cost of the content or require the purchase of bundles of content to increase profits for themselves (and not necessarily for the Read more

Sep 21 2017
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I think it is more like they believe it to be so good that people will watch it free and it will build buzz or something

Sep 21 2017
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Geeze, as a giant lore nerd, the implications of that are fascinating. Like what would the timeline of a world that shares stuff like Sir Arthur questing against Demon King Astaroth in the middle ages, the Mayor of Metro City piledriving Mad Gear Gang members, two different zombie apocalypses and both Megaman X and Read more

Sep 21 2017
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I’m a bit confused by your implication that all the Capcom games occupied one world in the first place. Does the game actually present a scenario where Dead Rising and Resident Evil take place in the same world (not to mention Megaman X?!) to begin with and that world has merged with the Marvel Universe? Read more

Sep 20 2017
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Sorry, but at what point has the Xbox One games line up not been kind of disappointing? Microsoft has really dropped the ball this generation

Sep 20 2017
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Agreed. With what they have shown so far, I am not going to be shocked if Frank shoots up a pizza parlor looking for a government child sex ring in the basement