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#14341 Post by Neutral Smith »

The world we knew ended in 2012.

We are in the final steps before a new world begins.

Not for me, I don't believe in that nonsense.
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#14342 Post by Bellhead »

I think I still have that movie saved somewhere.. I think it was called "2012" or something.
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#14343 Post by Technic[Bot] »

That's was a meh movie.

The world has already ended but immediately a new world that is exactly the same as before started. So we couldn't tell.

The end of the world is something that happens every day.

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#14344 Post by Bellhead »

Yeeeaaahhh, went over my head.

And it definitely was a bit of a meh movie, but still better than that new Terminator movie. Nothing but special effects and unnecessary profanity. Throughout, there were... like 3 plot points?
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#14345 Post by Technic[Bot] »

I am the kind of guy that rarely goes to the movies and I watch no tv now. There is very little stuff that seems interesting to me.

That being said I wanted to see the new terminator movie. But I do not remember why I didn't. Also I wish movie studios stopped trying to rehash everything. Only the 2 first terminator movies were good and it should have stayed like that.

I understand it is cheaper and safer to simply used stablished IPs than trying to create new ones. But it stiffles creativity a lot. Star wars, for example, was our parents definitive space opera. We did not get ours because we got the prequels instead. And our children won't get theirs either since there will get another star wars rethread.

What i am trying to say is that a lot of novel, interesting and successful ideas in media will never see the light of day as media studios are too afraid to try new stuff. So instead we only get the same thing we have been watching for more than 2 décades again
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#14346 Post by Bellhead »

Dave Capdevielle wrote:Remember kids, whatever you do, just don't.
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#14347 Post by Technic[Bot] »

That is a weird last name.

I get the impression you really like hazbing hotel related stuff. 🤔
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#14348 Post by Bellhead »

There's a slight chance. :wink:

I've been watching the stream archive on Youtube. I'm about 6 hours into the Sonic 06 playthrough, in short segments of course. Hilarious.
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#14349 Post by Technic[Bot] »

I might have simply missed something but:

Whose stream archive are you watching? Despite being a hot dumpster fire Sonic 2006 is not particularly obscure.
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#14350 Post by Bellhead »

AshleyNicholsArt. I'm near the hallway point. Mostly she does cleanup animation by then, this was one of very few that wasn't Hazbin related. In later episodes, she switches to calling the streams Hunicast, and does a podcast style thing, but I haven't gotten there yet.
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#14351 Post by Neutral Smith »

♪♫ Rudolph the red nosed reindeer ♪♫♪
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#14352 Post by Bellhead »

... has precisely one moral: People will like you as long as you're useful.
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#14353 Post by Technic[Bot] »

I had not realized that I am such a Christmas person. I had to come to the year where Christmas is to be drastically down scaled, no annual Christmas family dinner this year, For me to realize that.

... It is hard to like useless people :S
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#14354 Post by Bellhead »

Underestimating the value of useless people is like underestimating the power of coffee on a rough morning.

EVERYTHING has a purpose. Remove it, kick back, and watch what falls apart first.
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#14355 Post by Technic[Bot] »

In general people have a hard time liking, or even tolerating, people that they perceive as useless or that do not benefit them. Specially if the are different. As the Rudolph song so clearly illustrates.

But you are right everything can be essential for something else, even if we do not see it. Again that is what the song is trying to say. And ultimately people do not have value because they are useful, they have inherent value because they are people.

Tangentially, I have been drinking coffee since i was 6. At this point I am very resistant to caffeine.
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