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- Fri Dec 12, 2008 11:24 pm UTC
- Forum: Your art and links
- Topic: Web Comic - The Plot Device
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1168
Hey guys, A friend of mine and I have a weekly, film-focused web comic that I thought I'd post a link to ( http://www.theplotdevice.com/ ). Each week we take a film and write up a comic and a review for it. Check it out if you get a chance and let me know what you think. Anyway, thanks for reading. ...
- Fri Dec 12, 2008 11:19 pm UTC
- Forum: Gaming
- Topic: Vampire the masquerade: Bloodlines
- Replies: 82
- Views: 14764
Oh a less buggy version of this game would be awesome. I really enjoyed it, but got to one part (can't remember which) and just couldn't progress any further because of some code bug.
- Fri Dec 12, 2008 9:18 am UTC
- Forum: Movies and TV Shows
- Topic: Watchmen - Spoilers like a Psychic Undersea Gargant!
- Replies: 719
- Views: 75233
Zack Snyder was pretty amature on 300. I remember really liking the trailer for 300 and then discovering the movie was terrible. He's going to have to make an amazing leap if Watchmen is going to be anything like the comic. Don't forget, he's also doing a sequel to 300......
No one at all seemed to know that Doakes was following Dexter and really didn't like him. Doakes gave rubbish to everyone in the office, so I don't think it would have been anything Miguel would have been aware of. Really, it would be just as likely for Miguel to pin being the Ice Truck Kil...
- Fri Dec 12, 2008 8:14 am UTC
- Forum: Serious Business
- Topic: Can non-Indo-European peoples ever be democratic?
- Replies: 68
- Views: 7635
Can non-Indo-European peoples ever be democratic? Yes (apologies for the simplified response but, well, its a stupid premise) Thank you for this response. To give any other answer is, by definition, racist. Actual, true, racism as well, not the hyperbolised racism you hear about on the 6 o'clock ne...
- Fri Dec 12, 2008 8:02 am UTC
- Forum: Serious Business
- Topic: Libertarianism, socialism, and differing views of reality
- Replies: 212
- Views: 25850
The moon landing had to be a publicly funded expedition (well, at least to get it done expediently) but it has little value in the economic sphere to date. IIRC, for every penny that went into the Apollo program we have received several pennies worth back in advancements in (micro)electronics. If t...
- Fri Dec 12, 2008 7:50 am UTC
- Forum: General
- Topic: How has the economy affected you?
- Replies: 44
- Views: 4700
In Australia we really haven't been affected all that much. I only know of one person myself who has been laid off and they don't seem to be having any problem finding another job. The only sector I know of that isn't doing it slightly tough are people in the financial industry. The tendency for the...