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(Full disclosure, I'm a kiwi).
bit late getting to this, but it was indeed a rather lovely film. the Director Taika Waititi has developed a fairly unique style with this and some of his other more...
I thought your typo might've been intentional given the subject, but I guess not. Otherwise yeah, I liked the first episode. It has a really strong cast, an interesting enough setting and I trust the...
Defenders Quest is an Excellent TD game crossed with an RPG (in a good way). It also has a EULA that makes sense to a layman (seriously, they had a legalese person translate the EULA into regular...
@Tevildo, If you haven't seen the Expanse was pretty good. Similarly the first (and only the first) season of 12 Monkeys is excellent too.
yeaaah I found some of the shots of Yvonne a bit uncomfortable with how pervy they were as well. That said, Captain Awesome has his shirt off in just about every episode as well, so it's not like the...
yeah the first half of season three was quite rough, I think because they went back on all the character development from the previous seasons, things improved in the second half of the season...
Binge watched all of Chuck recently. It's a surprisingly geeky show about a nerd who accidentally gets a bunch of government secrets embedded in his brain, and then has to be come a super-secret spy,...
04-08-2016, 10:24 AM
OT: but has Australia elected a female? My aussie history is a bit rusty, but if memory serves Julia Gillard rose to power via a coup in her political party, rather than an election. I don't know...
Re: 12 monkeys
The writers are really crap at character development, and especially at love interests (nobody cares about the shitty scientist who showed up at the start of the season and insisted...
potential spoilers: pretty sure she fed bruski to Cassidy.
I haven't seen Eye in the Sky but from what I could glean from the trailers, it looks like it asks some of the same questions as Good Kill, without being quite as interesting.
The only reviews I've...
12-07-2016, 04:22 PM
This still doesn't seem all that different to Astronomy. Astronomy doesn't predict the location of a planet, it predicts a plane in which the planet revolves around the star. So the result is more...
12-07-2016, 02:32 PM
Perhaps I'm just misunderstanding you, so I'll be explicit in what I'm taking issue with:
The connotation from what you and others have said above is that "economics shouldn't be taken seriously,...
11-07-2016, 06:39 PM
But that's exactly what the discussion above amounted to!
But he is an economist. I never said he was typical. Just that there are avenues for testing theories that don't involve tanking the...
11-07-2016, 03:24 PM
You can test Economic theories. Varis Yo123a,sda,123awasddkski, former financial minister of Greece, got to test his economic theories using valves virtual economy (which is easily the...
11-07-2016, 01:18 PM
Your talking about physics here right? /s
08-07-2016, 07:54 PM
Isn't there reports from Russia that a hacker had access? Regardless, I think you can be certain that at least one of the many Country/states hacked it. That they're not telling everyone about it...
08-07-2016, 06:33 PM
That's not what I'm saying at all. Sorry if I wasn't clearer.
What I meant to imply was, that if they're going to charge one they should charge the other. Negligence/Ignorance shouldn't be an...
08-07-2016, 03:53 PM
yeah, this isn't going to improve the situation.
With regards to the dead suspect, I'm hearing that the police blew him up with a bomb robot, which I don't know about you guy'se, but that's...
08-07-2016, 02:23 PM
so in light of the FBI's announcement, it have to say I find it staggering that they're not prosecuting Hillary for breaking the law. The FBI's defense for it is
which is literally: "she didn't...
Pretty late to the party with this. I haven't seen Dark Matter so can't comment on its quality, I quite liked The 100 though. The first season has a kind of "Lord of the Files" theme going for it,...
27-06-2016, 01:37 PM
tangentially related, but I thought this was a good laugh.
TL;DR: Richard Cobbett's written a...
25-06-2016, 09:25 PM
Yanis has written some words on the state of things here: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jun/24/brexit-britain-disintegrating-eu-yanis-varoufakis
25-06-2016, 01:07 PM
I have to agree with this. I think a lot of the votes were a vote against the establishment, because from the peoples perspective the government isn't representing there interests. We're seeing the...
24-06-2016, 04:11 PM
You're obviously in a better position than most to assess the likelihood of that Jesus, but to me it seems like wishful thinking. My understanding of the situation is that there's still far, far, too...
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