And we did recently discover proof of the Higgs Boson... WE'RE DOOMED! »
I really want to see this film, but this ad really feels like its spoiling both the twist and the greatest points in the movie :/ »
Considering the massive surplus we have of those thanks to the $3000 gift card courtesy of Peter Costello, it probably wouldn't be such a bad idea... »
If the Biccolline guys don't hop on board and get a Kickstarter going to buy this place, I'm going to be so disappointed in them... »
Having seen it already, it's actually a pretty powerful film... except for the 15 minute ad for Yamaha pianos smack bang in the middle... »
I'm thinking time is the other issue at play here.
When Spaceballs came out, other than the film that would eventually become Alien, there were no sci-fi comedies and there weren't any Star Wars parodies of any particular note. It was also still rather uncool to actually be into those things. »
I think the Arcology idea would work really well for a smaller country town as it frees up so much space that can be turned over to other things, such as farming. It also helps people remain in quick contact in case of emergencies.
It's a great idea for smaller communities. »
There's an old Cat saying: It's better to live an hour as a tiger than a lifetime as a worm.
... Then again, who's ever heard of a wormskin rug? »
Flatpack furniture proves there is both an organising intelligence in operation, and that it hates us. »
They start with software that writes software. Suppose, says Berkeley-based AI-maker Steve Omohundro, scientists create software that writes better software than humans. And suppose it gains enough awareness of its own computer program to improve itself. Is there a theoretical limit to how intelligent it can become?…»
And thanks to that costume, she's still mostly white, which means almost all of the "fan" bitching will actually be about the lack of visible tits.
Mine's not on there *smug face*
Mostly because I have a 7 digit PIN just to screw with people.
Were you aware that most devices will accept a PIN up to 16 characters long and most banks will allow you to change your PIN? »
To judge from the cut aways, I'm pretty sure the lower 4/5 of that picture is actually meant to be a cut away view of the subterainnean system, not fly overs / ELs.
Other than bullet shaped trains, it honestly doesn't look dissimilar to plans my state level government published for upgrades to our city loop. »