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Hermit

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  1. Yeah. Mostly what I hear from Republicans is "LALALALALA" with ears plugged and "This is all Hearsay"
  2. GREAT Show. One of my favorite series with characters you end up invested in. Lots of rewatchability at our house. The sci fi references are even funnier when you learn that Jonathan Frakes directed more than a few episodes.
  3. Not sure either of mine would try it, (RE Senators) in TN. Alexander isn't who he used to be.
  4. Anyone got a Republican Senator who would try for this? https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/11/12/path-to-removing-donald-trump-from-office-229911
  5. Flavor! Flavor should be in fortune cookies. oh and some note of some kind I suppose
  6. I'm sorry, Logan. Sucks when two wonderful animals can't get along. Don't be too hard on Dex. I've been told Cats socialize best at younger ages like kittens and up. With the exceptions of Lions, most felines are not exactly pack animals.
  7. The Music Man (1962) - A Conman in the early part of the 20th Century finds himself dropping off a small town in Iowa. His mission? To inform folks of the terrible trouble they're in and convince them the only way out is a band for the youth with himself as their musical professor. Of course, as he "Don't know one note of music from the other" it's going to take some fanciful foot work to pull off this scam but his biggest threat is the Librarian Lady who teaches Piano. With colorful characters, scenery chewing done right, and , of course, music, it's a classic for a reason.
  8. "Let me tell you something about hu-mons, nephew. They're a wonderful, friendly people as long as their bellies are full and their holosuites are working... but take away their creature comforts deprive them of food, sleep, sonic showers... put their lives in jeopardy over an extended period of time and those same, friendly, intelligent, wonderful people will become as nasty and as violent as the most bloodthirsty Klingon. You don't believe me? Look at those faces. Look in their eyes."
  9. HA! Yes. I sit corrected. That would do it.
  10. Having seen where Intellectual Property flows, I'm also worried about our cultural heritage ended up in the tight fisted hands of a near monopoly. Contracts for young actors who yet to make a name might have a 'we get to use your image forever clause' and as this is their only chance to break in, they take it. Then they make it big and realize they're getting milked forever after they die and the company owns their image. I think a real test will be if it gets cheaper and easy enough that small studios can do it, and years down the road takes say, Walt Disney's face and uses it in a way that Walt Disney wouldn't approve of.
  11. Huh. I was going to wave it off entirely until this part. It might feel to him like he had earned his reprieve naturally only to be cheated of it.
  12. The Dead are stealing our Jobs could be an actual concern for actors of today. I'm also not sure I'd feel about what this does to the artform, if I may use that term without being pretentious. Instead of a vast array of possible moments, they're going to 'cut and paste' the same expressions, slivers of the same performances, and use them again and again? Even with actors who had a large numbers of movies under their belt, wouldn't you eventually run out and risk noticeable repetition? Even with actors who had a large numbers of movies under their belt, wouldn't you eventually run out and risk noticeable repetition? Even with actors who had a large numbers of movies under their belt, wouldn't you eventually run out and risk noticeable repetition? and wouldn't that get annoying after awhile? This worries me on both an ethical and aesthetic levels
  13. "It's good yer really getting to know her, aye"
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