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Comotto wrote:
Mon May 08, 2017 1:18 am
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Sun May 07, 2017 2:43 pm
Comotto wrote:
Sun May 07, 2017 12:34 pm


The law that gives us the 'right to bear arms' needs to be repealed and replaced. http://smartgunlaws.org/scorecard/

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Oh, I would have to disagree vehemently with you on that one. :lol:

What is your favorite game genre?
I thought you might. Jesus never carried a weapon. Discuss.

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Seems like the "Serious Matters" forum would be a better place for such a discussion. :)

So, what's your favorite video game genre?

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Video game genre - Simulation, education

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Sstavix wrote:
Mon May 08, 2017 5:18 am
Comotto wrote:
Mon May 08, 2017 1:18 am
Sstavix wrote:
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Oh, I would have to disagree vehemently with you on that one. :lol:

What is your favorite game genre?
I thought you might. Jesus never carried a weapon. Discuss.

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Seems like the "Serious Matters" forum would be a better place for such a discussion. :)

So, what's your favorite video game genre?
Checked out 'Serious Matters' left / right discussion. Seems the emphasis is on the discussion rather than solution.

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Comotto wrote:
Mon May 08, 2017 12:14 pm
Checked out 'Serious Matters' left / right discussion. Seems the emphasis is on the discussion rather than solution.
Ah, but before you determine a solution, you have to identify the problem. :wink:

Go ahead and start a new topic over there in regards to gun control. I'm curious to know what your reasoning is for banning guns, and am willing to offer a few rebuttals.

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The three stooges?
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Chozon1 wrote:
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The three stooges?
There were actually 4.

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Fantasy books?
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Fantasy books?
Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury

Forbidden Planet
Shortly before the film was released, a novelization appeared in hardcover and then later in mass-market paperback; it was written by W. J. Stuart (the mystery novelist Philip MacDonald writing under the pseudonym), which chapters the novel into separate first person narrations by Dr. Ostrow, Commander Adams, and Dr. Morbius.[20] The novel delves further into the mysteries of the vanished Krell and Morbius' relationship to them. In the novel he repeatedly exposes himself to the Krell's manifestation machine, which (as suggested in the film) boosts his brain power far beyond normal human intelligence. Unfortunately, Morbius retains enough of his imperfect human nature to be afflicted with hubris and a contempt for humanity. Not recognizing his own base primitive drives and limitations proves to be Morbius' downfall, as it had for the extinct Krell. While not stated explicitly in the film (although the basis for a deleted scene first included as an extra with the Criterion Collection's LaserDisc set and included with both the later 50th anniversary DVD and current Blu-ray releases), the novelization compared Altaira's ability to tame the tiger (until her sexual awakening with Commander Adams) to the medieval myth of a unicorn being tamable only by a virgin.

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Movie's better.

But those are both Science fiction, not fantasy.

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