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  • C++ software contractor.
  • Medieval combat instructor (steel combat).
  • Sword and shield tournament fighter (SCA).
  • RPG fan (mainly horror games).
  • I also like training (try to get in two training sessions every weekday).

Also, most importantly, father of two!


Sep
18
asked Why was Dr. Manhattan naked?
Sep
18
comment Similarity of the endings of different Sherlock Holmes adaptions
@ChristianRau, good point, have added some details
Sep
18
revised Similarity of the endings of different Sherlock Holmes adaptions
added detail
Sep
18
answered Similarity of the endings of different Sherlock Holmes adaptions
Sep
12
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
9
comment Did the White Walkers spare Sam?
Your answer is good (+1). However, I find it more likely that the on screen rock was an error, otherwise the camera work is intentionally very misleading for no apparent reason. I also find it implausible that a Wight would not kill Sam or at least mention he is there or that he would not be seen by hundreds of 'people' walking passed him - some within a few yards.
Sep
9
comment Did the White Walkers spare Sam?
Ah, that is a possibility - although the camera work does seem to imply that the walker is looking directly at Sam and then turns away. Also it would be odd that Sam was behind a rock and not a single one of the many walkers and associated army see him as they go passed. However, it is not explicitly shown so it is not impossible that he is unseen - although I find the idea that he is seen and ignored more plausible.
Sep
9
comment Did the White Walkers spare Sam?
"... they killed all in their path ... " is clearly not the case though is it? They did not kill Sam. Hence, when wondering why they might have spared him I think that mercy is unlikely, lack of capability is unlikely ... I can only think they did not try and that was because it was not worth the effort. Although the actual reason is almost definitely a plot device for dramatic purposes.
Sep
9
comment Did the White Walkers spare Sam?
Could the divebomber leave a comment to help improve the answer?
Sep
4
comment Why do the machines keep humans alive if they have nuclear reactors?
The film does come very close to implying this. In the first film they explicitly state that dead humans are recycled as food. The science behind the Matrix film series contains many errors, have a look on the ISMP film review of it.
Sep
2
comment How is a Targaryen immune to molten metal?
well .. I am not sure whether they are immune to poison but he would win most chilli eating challenges
Aug
23
comment Woman mistakenly orders a hit on herself
I agree that it sounds too close to be unrelated. The only reason I am sure it is not is because I can remember the police officer and it was not one of them. I had a read through the info about the episode but could not find any spring boards for further research. No harm in checking again though!
Aug
22
revised Woman mistakenly orders a hit on herself
added a few more memories
Aug
22
comment Woman mistakenly orders a hit on herself
Thanks, that is good but it's not right. This was not a Starsky and Hutch episode although I would now like to watch that too!
Aug
22
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
22
comment Woman mistakenly orders a hit on herself
Ooooh - that would be a nasty twist .... and quite a short film!
Aug
22
asked Woman mistakenly orders a hit on herself
Aug
20
answered In the 1974 version of The Longest Yard, what was the reason for the drop kick?
Aug
14
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Documentaries about the Russian Space Program
Aug
14
revised Documentaries about the Russian Space Program
grammar, punctuation, format