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1/25/20
2:24 PM
1

(she apparently wasn’t going by “Gates” for it, but I can’t remember what they had for her first name) Read more

1/25/20
8:43 AM
6

They already said it in the movie that they were making Dinos for profit, not realism. Read more

1/24/20
8:56 PM
10

One of the things that really bugs me about the Jurassic Park movies is the prominent role given to Tyrannosaurus rex—a dinosaur that didn’t appear until the ensuing Cretaceous period.
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1/24/20
6:23 PM
18

I mean, that’s one of the biggest problems of the sequel trilogy. They incorrectly identified politics as the reason the prequels were bad (there were numerous other problems with the prequels) so they avoided worldbuilding almost entirely.

So even after 3 movies I still feel like I don’t really have a good sense of Read more

1/24/20
6:18 PM
6

I remember that series, it answers the question of “what if Heir to the Empire had sucked?”

1/24/20
4:32 PM
1

George, you need a correction: “As the youngest species of Allosaurus in the fossil record” from your writing.
Allosaurus Fragillis is generally thought to have roamed 155 to 145 million years ago, where as this new species, Allosaurus jimmadseni, is described as PRE-DATING Allosaurus Fragillis, with the former Read more

1/24/20
3:56 PM
3

* “doesn’t not make the end of World War I a happy thing.”

Sheesh, what a typo.

1/24/20
3:42 PM
9

Pretty sure Yoda trained Dooku not Papa Palpatine 

1/24/20
1:22 PM
3

Fancy five star restaurant I will ask...of course they usually check to make sure your place settings are complete. But if the silverware is wrapped up in a paper napkin with paper sleeve i will gladly commandeer what my table might be lacking

1/24/20
12:41 PM
10

Because Salty, as usual, is wrong with her “how dare you inconvenience the wait staff” approach.

1/24/20
12:40 PM
13

Ideally, you won’t reach for another table’s stuff, because it just creates a domino effect of no one having what they need. Read more

1/24/20
11:00 AM
25

When you think about it, a restaurant is a little bit like a hospital room. (Sorry, doll, I don’t have a cheerier comparison.) Professionals are running the show, and none of them would be thrilled to see you handling things yourself, whether it’s measuring out your dosages or changing your own bandages. Same goes Read more

1/24/20
10:58 AM
3

salty’s take is pretty funny when I compare it to memories of eating at places like steak n’shake. It’s pretty rare to go there and not see customers get fed up and refill their own drinks. I bet if you scavenge all the tables in the immediate vicinity of yours, you may be able to have a full silverware set. Read more

1/24/20
9:41 AM
28

I try not to be overly critical, but experts? This is a fairly common occurrence, or at least it happens enough that I think applying the term expert to restaurant staff may be a bit much. That’s not to discount the amount of work that goes into the job. It is hard work and I appreciate it. Just saying, overlooking Read more

1/24/20
9:24 AM
16

If a server is so bad at math that they seat a party of four at a table set for three and doesn’t immediately notice the discrepancy, I have no hopes for better service throughout the meal.