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  • 09:58 PM - Scott DeWar mentioned trappedslider in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    Um, long time listener, lots of time caller - Isn't it about time to start another thread?? Didn't there used to be a cap on page count somewhere in the low 200 range?There was a cap in the past due to the servers being of limited capacity, however there has been a complete overhaul of Morrus' equipment and there is no longer a need to cap out at 1000 even. trappedslider: nice dice!

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Tuesday, 20th November, 2018


Sunday, 11th November, 2018

  • 02:43 AM - Aeson quoted trappedslider in post Super Hero TV shows
    You know I was thinking about Heroes and what power from it I would like to have it and I settled on Micah's technopathy. When I was a young lad I wanted invisibility, so I could sneak in the girls locker room. Now I can think of far better uses for it....that bank across the street looks....ahem...never mind.

Saturday, 10th November, 2018


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Friday, 2nd November, 2018

  • 12:35 AM - Aeson quoted trappedslider in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    i love what email gets pass my spam settings issues.gbtvlicensing.couk.renew Final Notification An enforcement visit is being authorised Officers may visit to check if you or anyone else are watching or recording live TV illegally. Please check licesing status online now It's been nice knowing ya. Remember; don't drop the soap, snitches get stiches, trust no one not even the guards. Learn to sew, it's a big money maker in the slammer. Oh and.it's not homosexuality; it's a survival strategy.

Monday, 29th October, 2018

  • 01:49 PM - Ryujin quoted trappedslider in post Thirteenth Doctor - First Season - Thoughts? (SPOILERS WELCOME)
    I was actually impressed that they decided to inject that bit of realism dealing with the Square-Cube Law and I chuckled at the Ryan making shadow puppets in the lab. On a different note, I finally figured out where I knew Sheffield from..the BBC docudrama Threads...*wonders if any of you old folks saw it when it originally aired in the mid 80s* I vaguely remember "Threads." I want to say that I saw it on WNED (PBS), but can't remember any more than it was post apocalyptic. Sheffield is famous for its steel, especially with reference to knives and swords.

Friday, 26th October, 2018

  • 08:41 PM - Morrus quoted trappedslider in post Thirteenth Doctor - First Season - Thoughts? (SPOILERS WELCOME)
    And for those of who not in the UK, According to BBC America, 1.4 million people watched the season 11 premiere of Doctor Who live. Including those who watched it later that day, the episode garnered around 2.6 million viewers overall for BBC America. Yeah it’s a lot less popular in the US. Not surprising I guess. 10m viewers in the U.K. is one in 6 people. The equivalent pro rated for population would be 50m viewers in the US. So per head it’s 25 times less popular in the US.

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Thursday, 11th October, 2018

  • 02:22 AM - Richards quoted trappedslider in post SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE - Official Trailer #2
    ...I do feel bad that I didn't know spider-Gwen's name is Spider-Ghost.Actually, I believe Spider-Gwen's new superhero name is Ghost Spider. And I think that's fairly new to the character, so don't feel bad at all. It's hard keeping track of names when they keep changing! Johnathan

Wednesday, 10th October, 2018

  • 08:46 PM - Umbran quoted trappedslider in post SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE - Official Trailer #2
    ... and Sony's in charge of all independent non-MCU related spider man films. Technically, Sony's in charge of all Spider-Man films. They just have made some deals with Marvel over his use in the MCU, but Sony still technically owns the rights, and they get a lot of $$ from his use in the MCU. As I understand it, Sony is getting the box office for Homecoming and Far From Home, and Marvel gets the merchandising. Though, there's probably more deal-making that happened for the animated film. Sony bought the rights to Spider-Man back in 1998. I imagine they would have needed to make another deal to use plots and characters created *after* the initial rights sale, and the Spider-verse and Spider-Gwen and Miles Morales are all post-1998.

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Tuesday, 25th September, 2018

  • 08:41 AM - Jhaelen quoted trappedslider in post All that streaming
    It's shows shows that are in some manner like the one you're wanting or related toIn theory, yes. However, since the algorithm has no clue why I'm interested in a particular show it presents a mix of shows that e.g. have a similar name, feature one of the main actors, are from the same director, or simply share the same genre. It's just not helpful since I cannot specify filters of some kind. This one is harder,but mostly you can find out by looking at sites that show what's coming this month to netflix,they also tend to show what's leaving https://otakukart.com/tvshows/netflix-october-2018-movies-and-shows-everything-coming-and-leaving/ and there's https://www.whats-on-netflix.com/Thanks. I knew about the latter link, but not the former. Not really sure about this, but there's ways to get around region lock.Well, that would be a potential second step. First, I need to know if a show is running anywhere on Netflix, at all. I've found the following site: FlicMetrix You can select the country, bu...

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Tuesday, 18th September, 2018

  • 05:53 AM - Morrus quoted trappedslider in post All that streaming
    So even stuff like Hulu The Handmaid's tale and Prime's originals show up on netflix after a while over there? Oh, Amazon Prime is worldwide. As for Hulu, I have no way of knowing what might originally have been on a Hulu, never having seen one (or a CBS, or any of the local services you have over there), but I’ve seen Handmaid’s Tale available (though I haven’t watched it), and Star Trek Discovery is on Netflix the next day. Other stuff like Game of Thrones etc. shows up on a Sky channel, usually the day after you get it I think. I don’t usually know the original source of the shows. Generally speaking most stuff shows up on Netflix or a Sky channel. Often the next day, though some stuff (I’m looking at you, The Expanse season 2!) still hasn’t shown up for some reason.

Monday, 10th September, 2018

  • 10:50 PM - Dannyalcatraz quoted trappedslider in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    oh, that menu choice wasn't college..thats from the high school i graduated from Oh, I know. It was just the worst example I had. Before that, most of my school food was OK, except for the grilled cheese/grilled ham & cheese roulette played at Tillicum Elementary in Tacoma Washington. All of them were made and grilled, and then wrapped in opaque foil paper to keep them warm when they were delivered to the classrooms. One sandwich type was in silver paper, the other gold. But they were made with whatever bread was available cheaply, and clearly in mixed lots. Some of us got white, some got wheat, and some got seeded rye. Now, my palate has broadened over the years, and I STILL find seeded rye an inappropriate bread for grilled cheese/ham & cheese sandwiches. My 2nd grade self had to suffer through it...

Tuesday, 28th August, 2018

  • 03:44 AM - Dog Moon quoted trappedslider in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    "There are two things in the world you never want to let people see how you make 'em: laws and sausages." and here's a link to a version of my book https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kcrmPXzDynEnG6CM8AWt96XL8Wsqoa1qQYrowKyko98/edit?usp=sharing Well, despite what I said earlier, since it's here, I'll take a look. :) My story is called "A Moment to Remember" basically it's about a guy who has no memories and can gain no new memories. However, he can see MOMENTS in other peoples' lives, the moments where the person chooses an action that will cause them to go down a path of happiness or tragedy, though of course the person can't see this. HE can, however, and he guides people to the good path. Unfortunately, someone is now killing people that he has helped and with every killing, he remembers more and more. So can he remember enough to stop the killer before the woman who he comes to fall in love with, who he has also saved, is killed?
  • 03:35 AM - Dog Moon quoted trappedslider in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    YA high school setting (non fantasy), boy has crush on girl, boy ask girl out and but there's a twist. I have a slightly out of date copy available for a read via google docs,if you're interested Synopsis is probably best for me. I already have too much unread (and unwritten) stuff to go through. Bought a new book couple weeks ago. Still only made it like 5 pages in. So terrible. And a friend just sent me the Sword Art Online novels, but I have no idea when I'll have time to go through those either. I just noticed your comment and was curious cause I'm actually in the middle of writing miscellaneous things too (couple of novels, couple of rpg projects). A couple of them I'm mediocre on, but a couple I'm excited to finish. I really feel like I would like to start my own gaming company, but I also really wish I had a partner. Kinda sucks trying to do all this on my own. Get overwhelmed and then end up not really working on anything. Sucks.

Saturday, 25th August, 2018

  • 02:04 AM - Dog Moon quoted trappedslider in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    " Candace did you really offer to slash Paul’s tires?” I inquired turning to look at her. “Again? What do you have some fetish about slashing tires?” Melody commented looking at Candace with an amused expression. “Seth, she does that to anyone who she thinks needs to be taken down a peg or pisses her off,” Vanessa explained seeing the confused expression on my face. “How else am I supposed to show support for my friends in their times of need?” I love the characters in my book lol I would like to think that all authors love the characters in their books, even the ones people are supposed to hate! The good thing is that if you DON'T love a character you can always change him/her. :) So maybe I'm late the party - I've been gone a while - but what kind of book is it?

Saturday, 18th August, 2018



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