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Jul
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comment Leslie Nielsen(?) and “molten steel”
@Paulster2: It was quite a while before he died.
Jun
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asked Leslie Nielsen(?) and “molten steel”
Jun
19
comment Is it really as easy to knock someone out in real life as in the movies?
I would suggest the upper part of the jaw bone or the temple. I would suggest not doing something like that at all if you value your freedom; knocking someone out without also causing death or serious, permanent injury is a lot harder than movies make it look!
May
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
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May
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May
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comment Is Captain America worthy of Mjolnir?
@Snowman: *facepalm* I thought I had seen someone asking a similar question earlier, but I searched all over the tag and didn't find it, so I figured I must have been mistaken. Turns out that I did see it; it was just on a different SE site. :(
May
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asked Is Captain America worthy of Mjolnir?
May
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comment What did Captain America mean after being kissed by Black Widow?
@MattD: Language!
Apr
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comment How does stan lee's random appearance work in Marvel Cinematic Universe?
The best Stan Lee movie cameo, though, wasn't in the list above. Hard to say, whether it's in the Spider-Man reboot (janitor wearing headphones) or in Big Hero 6 (post-credits scene). :P
Apr
28
asked What happened to the second Barry in Rogue Time?
Apr
17
comment How did Stannis neutralize the overwhelming superior head count of Mance Rayder's army?
Re: point 1: In the rock-paper-scissors of ancient battlefields, infantry beats cavalry. If your infantry have spears, they plant the butts of their spears firmly against the ground at an angle, and it will disrupt the heck out of any cavalry charge. It's bad for your mount's health to charge a formation like this, even if you're a knight with a lance and an armored horse.
Apr
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Apr
15
accepted Was the first season of Leverage shown out of order?
Apr
15
comment Was the first season of Leverage shown out of order?
Interesting. The Two-Horse Job definitely feels right, tone-wise, at #3, but IMO after that nothing really jumps out as a good reason to rearrange the sequence.
Apr
15
comment Are more movie stars acting in TV shows nowadays (and if so, why)?
@Oliver_C: Jim Caviezel doidn't seem to have any trouble making a handful of movies over the past 4 years, during which time he's been a lead in Person of Interest, running 22-23 episodes per season.
Apr
15
comment When/Why did American television change from primarily episodic to primarily serialized?
It definitely started well before 24 and Lost and the advent of DVRs; I'd be more inclined to point to the huge success of The X-Files, Babylon 5 and Star Trek: Deep Space 9 back in the 90s, but there might be earlier examples too.
Apr
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Apr
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asked Was the first season of Leverage shown out of order?