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Feb
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comment Do kidnappers typically use authentication by newspaper?
@mattiav27 the video I saw just has hostages holding up a hand-written date, which can be easily faked. Did I miss something?
Jan
16
comment Why is it always the same type of beer cup used in college-style movies/series?
This is like an Australian asking why so many movies feature driving on the right hand side of the road.
Jun
24
comment Do “American” military movies generally profit outside of the US?
I wonder how "Pearl Harbor" went in Japan, or other military films in the "enemy"'s country (assuming they have an active film market).
Jun
3
comment Equivalent of 555 for IP addresses
"UN*X" is now officially an operating system! (Or maybe they didn't want to use a trademark, just like the rest of us)
Jun
2
comment Equivalent of 555 for IP addresses
I used "realism" as a tag, but it's more trying to avoid being real. Any suggestions?
Nov
19
comment What do actors actually inhale when they snort cocaine or smoke crack?
Is a human doing the inhaling in the clip above?
Jul
21
comment Why do some actors in credits appear as - Character (As Actor)
Example: Arnold Schwarzenegger was "Arnold Strong" in "Hercules in New York". imdb.com/name/nm0000216/#Actor
May
13
comment Was Transformers 3 once named “Dark Side of the Moon”?
As well as the Pink Floyd album, there's also a French mockumentary and a sci fi horror film, presumably named after the Pink Floyd album.