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ukuleledan
11/13/19
7:12 PM
17

You are assuming they aren’t good because they are diverse or that they were hired solely because of their diversity. I’m assuming that they were hired because they were good writers and they were diverse. Read more

11/13/19
1:13 PM
5

Every single person that had something to say about the original design needs to get their ass to a theater and see the movie. Read more

11/13/19
12:15 PM
20

Many, many people are/were emotionally invested in the character and property enough that they took time out of their day to voice their displeasure with that god-awful first design.
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11/4/19
12:02 PM
4

Looks like it’s not letting me post to ODeck *or* Antipodes, so Imma wall-of-text here . . .

11/4/19
11:46 AM
8

*peeks around the corner to check for mods, mostly because it would be amusing to get bant and starred simultaneously* Read more

10/28/19
4:31 PM
261

Nobody seems to care about the fact that there are men out there that are being manipulated by these women. Read more

10/26/19
5:09 PM
182

Not to mention the apparent supposition that there’s virtually no way Kansas State could have either stopped OU from going 38 yards nor won in OT.

10/26/19
5:03 PM
327

You missed the point. That one replay cost Oklahoma the game and maybe season, NOT giving up 48 points to Kansas State.

10/26/19
5:02 PM
287

Complaining that the cameras caught it? Seriously? Are we upset when the cameras catch whether they drag their feet for a catch, or whether a fumble occurs before being down? Darn technology

10/26/19
4:58 PM
142

The main gripe here is that piece of modern technology was used to essentially determine the outcome of a game within a system that is nowhere near as modern... had the camera not caught this brief ricochet and a red-hot Oklahoma offense been allowed to travel the 38 yards necessary to score a touchdown, the game most Read more

10/26/19
4:55 PM
82

It was very obvious...even off of two frames of footage...that the ball hit number 8 before 10 yards. Don't be a dullard. 

10/25/19
1:16 PM
21

I’m pretty sure my standards for “good” are higher, or at least different, than what that chart assumes. Or maybe I’m biased because I’ve watched most of the movies on Netflix that I’m interested in, and new ones get added relatively slowly. But there are way more movies on Disney+ that I’m interested in than there Read more

10/25/19
9:30 AM
19

Honestly, I had never gone to a wedding that included alcohol until I was in my late twenties, and that one was the most miserable. A bunch of people were overserved and it was an all-around bad time. If there are no booze or just a champagne toast, it's fine. 

10/25/19
9:14 AM
75

I would say the only rule of wedding planning should be: the bride and groom get to do what they want, however they want, and you are not obligated to attend/stay.

10/25/19
8:33 AM
24

A wedding is a service of less than an hour followed by a reception that is as long as I care to stay. Read more

10/23/19
9:56 AM
24

My first thought was it looks like cheep 90's cgi.