Thank you for posting what I am too exasperated to type. God, I loathe these gaslighting, projecting cretins.
Thank you! This is some peak privilege bullshit. I mean, if I were a co-emperor, I guess I could be so blase. What? Who said that? Words will never hurt me. Crucify him.
The same here. No matter when I tried or on what device, I got nothing.
With the “just add water” trope of A.I. gaining sapience accidentally, and the theme of an A.I. as a new Moses, this is nicely shot.
I was 12 when this hit the theaters. I love it then, and I love it still. Campy? Predictable? Yes. But it’s still a great movie .
I wonder if it will be related to Lovecraft’s mythos. Though, this might just be because I finished Alan Moore’s “Providence” in late spring, then went back and read his “Necronomicon.”
This is a great analysis/reaction.
I want to give this a million stars.
Oh, the irony that he is one of those “clicks.”
That is not actually a grammatical rule or requirement. Rather, it’s a way teachers of younger students can help them to avoid writing sentence fragments.
What was he saying again?
Right now, Bill is a very close second to Donna for me. We’ll see how her run on the show ends, but I wonder if her demise is going to be paired with Calpaldi’s Doctor, making hers all the more tragic than Donna’s (I’m thinking of the memory wipe Bill already denied the Doctor doing to her; she’s quite quickly…
Get out of my mind! I have a Kindle with the keyboard, which has a crack in the case, and, five years on, it’s still working just fine. When it croaks, I’ll get a PaperWhite, but not until then.
Agreed. There are times I have to turn off my brain to get past the writing.
Yeah, the dead lesbian trope irked me. Bill’s interesting enough to not rely on such a tired narrative device.
I really liked Bill’s character, though the episode suffered from too easy a resolution, and I’m not a fan of the dead lesbian trope.
The actor they cast for Amos reminds me of a much hotter Chief Tyrol from BSG, so I’m okay with him. The casting of Bobbie seems perfect so far.
I almost did this when their new pricing tier was announced. I copied all of notes into the Notes app on my MacBook, just in case. I’ve copied the new notes since that first go-round, then deleted all notes in Evernote, permanently emptied the trash, then deactivated my account.
That story was my introduction to Peter Watts’ fiction. I loved it.
That was terrific. Honestly, teared up a little at the end. And like Jacqui wrote, I want to read more about this world.