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someguy3,

How are you getting any insulation in a wall that thin?

someguy3,

Looking at the pictures, I think you should stop immediately and hire a professional.

someguy3,

Apparently it’s a luxury brand, people buy it to feel important. I can’t see it. And if stores close I really can’t see people going out of their way for it.

someguy3,

I’ve already seen the backflips when they try to ban books. Something something perverse therefore not protected under free speech.

someguy3,

They don’t care about being hypocritical because they just don’t care.

someguy3,

cynicism /sĭn′ĭ-sĭz″əm/ noun


<span style="color:#323232;">An attitude of scornful or jaded negativity, especially a general distrust of the integrity or professed motives of others.
</span><span style="color:#323232;">"the public cynicism aroused by governmental scandals."
</span><span style="color:#323232;">A scornfully or jadedly negative comment or act. 
</span>

No I don’t think that’s cynicism.

someguy3,

Don’t forget Cheers actors who became Star Trek actors.

someguy3, (edited )

Man has been to Hawaii before.

In a way, Tasha Yar's fate actually worked out really well for the series

I don’t know whether this is an unpopular opinion or not but I actually think that the way Tasha Yar died gave the show much higher stakes throughout it’s entire run. Here is the chief security officer, main bridge crew, tragic back story, potential love interest for the robot character just slapped down by the monster of...

someguy3,

I don’t know if this is unpopular, but I wasn’t a fan of her character or the writing. Not sure how to describe it. But the whole first season was kinda off.

someguy3, (edited )

I think Gates McFadden left because she thought she wasn’t getting enough lines or something. Funny because I think she got even less later.

I agree it started out with more Riker and he didn’t get much toward the end. Just the “what the hell are we going to do now?” line

someguy3,

It does get better, but never gets out of the campiness.

someguy3, (edited )

That would be an interesting way to do it. I think you have to do it, just to report on it for the rest of us.

Just be aware that tv shows in the 60s were not big budget affairs, and tos has campiness.

someguy3,

The support cards are a great addition to the game. You can get them for normal Catan if you want, they’re called “Helpers of Catan”.

someguy3,

Never seen Star Trek?

someguy3,

Never played either but it’s a character skin/accessory.

someguy3,

Hyper processed foods loaded with sugar, seed oil, and trans fat.

Star Trek TNG Singing Bar Scene

For many years now I’ve had in my memory this scene from star trek tng where, for whatever reason, a group of British officers and Irish officers led by O’Brien start getting nationalistic and sing their respective national songs at each other. I remember the British were singing “Rule Britannia” but I don’t recall the...

someguy3,

Not that I recall.

The one where Picard is replaced with an alien he starts singing Heart of Oak “Come cheer up, my lads! 'tis to glory we steer…”

The one with the Renegade captain has O’Brien singing The Minstrel-Boy “The Minstrel-boy to the war is gone, In the ranks of death you will find him…”

someguy3, (edited )
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