And then you’d get fired. And then you’d wonder if there was some sort of group you could join to protect you from this kind of situation.
You may be missing the point. In this case, the union is better because everyone with experience is part of the union. They aren’t inherently better at building things, sure, but people with experience building things are generally better at building things than people who don’t have experience.
For beings that live in water 100% of the time, they are pretty damn thirsty...
I was not a fan of the first season going in. It felt like a typical jokey show wrapped in a Star Trek shell. It felt like a gimmick early on. But I freely admit this show has grown tremendously on me. The characters are rich and engaging and it really feels like everyone involved, from the actors to the writers and… Read more
Yeah. He hasn’t really had a ‘solo’ outing, he’s just been Avengers adjacent.
I’d be happy to be done with it. The first 30 minutes of Homecoming are maybe my favorite depiction of Friendly Neighborhood Spiderman. Then the rest of the franchise pivots into The Adventures of Iron Man Jr.
Unless I’m mistaken Thor is the only character that has been given more than three official solo movies, so this isn’t too shocking.
I’m just going to live my life assuming that this is a follow-up to Mare of Easttown.
Plus, lets give a hard to ride thing to a guy 240,000 miles away. So if he falls and breaks a leg (possible at even low speeds), he has virtually zero help.
No kidding. I’m sure there have been advancements, but the videos from the moon landings show guys who can barely hop around (while sometimes straight up eating it) and now they’re expected to ride a motorcycle in space? Read more
The main problem, not that they are serious about this being a useful moon tool, is that spacesuits have crap mobility. It would be doubtful an astronaut would even be able to swing a leg over it it. Even with more modern space suits, a motorcycle makes very little sense.
Iowa farm boy here: don’t forget the other aspect of John Deere from the opposite direction that’s completely dickish. How farmers are suing JD for the right to repair their own tractors—not to have to go to JD for servicing. Read more
Man, if only.