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    I recently watched season 3 of Person of...

    I recently watched season 3 of Person of Interest. It oddly peaks in the middle of the season, but then I guess those few episodes would be impossible to top, no matter how climactic the climax. All...
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    I saw the movie of the moment, Age of Ultron....

    I saw the movie of the moment, Age of Ultron. It's still good, and stays entertaining for the duration, but I can see why Whedon is done with it. In essence it's just Avengers Assemble 2.0, often...
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    Science fiction is about a sense of wonder. Going...

    Science fiction is about a sense of wonder. Going on a journey to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.

    It's not just a...
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    Google suggests Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald:...

    Google suggests Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0133170/
  5. Speaking of Scarlett Johansson and alienation.......

    Speaking of Scarlett Johansson and alienation.... Under the Skin!
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    Like that.

    Like that.
  7. I've been reading two comics with a similar theme...

    I've been reading two comics with a similar theme again, this time all about sex.

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    The first is Sex:The Summer of Hard. Sounds promising, eh? Well, forget about it. This book is full of...
  8. Thread: Anime!

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    I have no idea how I came about this, perhaps...

    I have no idea how I came about this, perhaps even here, but I recently watched Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom.

    It's an action series about two assassins, basically. Their pasts are wiped (yay,...
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    I think the problem with this thread is that the...

    I think the problem with this thread is that the original post is framed incorrectly.

    Many media start of because they want to give a voice to people who aren't heard. For example, many major...
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    There is indeed an important difference between...

    There is indeed an important difference between greatest and favourite. I've recently been watching some very highly rated films, the likes of Barry Lyndon and Chinatown. They were indeed very good,...
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    That'll be Solid State Society...

    That'll be Solid State Society.

    Edit: I wasn't even aware of Avalon at all and never considered it part of the GitS sequence either, of course.
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    Ghost in the Shell was actually a good movie....

    Ghost in the Shell was actually a good movie. It's very much built like Blade Runner, where the story on the surface is quite simple, but addresses bigger questions about identity, artificial...
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    It seems that with the exception of Champloo you...

    It seems that with the exception of Champloo you like military hardware stuff, if not simply mecha. That particular genre does seem to have petered out a bit in recent years. One example that might...
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    A late entry in the Cowboy Bebop hat throwing...

    A late entry in the Cowboy Bebop hat throwing competition. I do think Bebop is so highly rated partly because for many people it was their first introduction to the wonderful world of anime. It has...
  15. Someone should give them a copy of the Voynich...

    Someone should give them a copy of the Voynich manuscript.
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    Steins;Gate...

    Steins;Gate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steins_Gate)
    A clever timetravel story.

    The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Melancholy_of_Haruhi_Suzumiya#Anime)
    You’ll...
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    Some things I haven't seen mentioned yet: ...

    Some things I haven't seen mentioned yet:

    Savages

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL7uHhCo4qw

    Austra

    Anna Calvi
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    The Peter Principle in gaming

    The Peter Principle is a proposition that states that the members of an organization where promotion is based on achievement, success, and merit will eventually be promoted beyond their level of...
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    I've been reading two comics with an environmental slant recently, Great Pacific and The Massive. It's an interesting comparison.

    Great Pacific is about a young oil heir who plots a coup to move...
  20. Big devs making small games - the next step in the no-longer-indie revolution?

    Recently we've seen Ubisoft announcing small scale indie-style games Valiant Hearts and Child of Light, while Blizzard's next game is Hearthstone, a fun but relatively modest card game. While these...
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    Transparency and accountability

    Something I see happening here that I don't see elsewhere is that often things are moderated without a trace. Elsewhere moderators often censor only parts of a post with a [snip] or [redacted],...
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    I think you're mixing up your terms here. They...

    I think you're mixing up your terms here. They don't have power, but they do have influence. Jim mentioned in other thread recently that RPS is kindof a big deal now and developers know this as well,...
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    That Hotline Miami article

    You know, the one where RPS aggressively pushes its opinion on some developers but readers aren't allowed to express theirs. I guess we'll have to do that here. In short, I was seriously offended by...
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    For the west there is no winning scenario at the...

    For the west there is no winning scenario at the moment. Invade with ground troups? Disaster. Limited air support? Assad has the latest Russian AA and even if it works the strongest rebels are the...
  25. Casanova is great. I still have no idea what...

    Casanova is great. I still have no idea what happened, but it was a good trip.

    http://www.portlandmercury.com/binary/bce0/1342031743-screen_shot_2012-07-11_at_11.34.20_am.png
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