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comment Positive outcomes of Walter's actions
I'm not sure "getting rid of junkies" is a positive outcome. Even criminals are people, and death is only considered a valid punishment for the worst sort of murderers. Additionally, Gus Fring does kill people but he avoids violence when possible, there are even indications that he is peaceful when he shouldn't be. Someone more violent will take his place. The only thing I can agree is positive is wiping out the white supremacists, as they were depraved killers who would kill again at the earliest opportunity. I think that it was only about the "bad".
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answered Why is Walt obsessed with Jesse?
Aug
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comment Why is Dorne culturally so different from the rest of Westeros?
Remember that even in Europe "Prince" is a title of nobility rather than specifically the son of a king. When a European royal has children, they're often granted many noble titles (duke of X, etc), and "prince" is just another of those. A territory that is a principality has a prince as its titular lord.
Aug
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comment How did Klorel and Apophis escape their ships alive?
I rate this plausible, but unconfirmable within canon.
Aug
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answered How are Michonnes Zombies made?
Aug
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comment How much is Ethan Hunt paid for his job
Even secret agents are subject to the bureaucracy. They use the same pay scale as all government employees, there are no bonuses or perks (other than what they manage to embezzle out of black ops slush funds).
Aug
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comment Doc Oc's actual motivation?
It's sloppy writing by people who don't know how to write science (or anything else). Nuclear physicists don't just invent beyond-the-cutting-edge prosthetics for the hell of it, that solve both artificial intelligence and computer-neuron interfaces in their spare time while they work out the bugs in fusion power.
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answered Within the world of Jurassic Park, how much does it cost to create a dinosaur?
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comment Are there any complete lists of made-for-tv Lifetime movies?
@Catja Oh, wow... this must be it. They seem to have one new movie per week, which sort of makes sense, no skips or gaps. Thank you much, I was thinking I'd have to poke around on Wikipedia for the next 3 weeks.
Jun
24
comment Are there any complete lists of made-for-tv Lifetime movies?
@Catja I had found a similar link earlier today, but it wasn't very good... however, yours is 95%+ of what I need (the IMDB one). If you make it an answer I'd be more than happy to accept it. I'm wondering if I found that Lifetime Movie Network page instead of the main channel's...
Jun
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asked Are there any complete lists of made-for-tv Lifetime movies?
Jun
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comment What are the real world analogues to the religions from Game of Thrones?
@SystemDown The submitter was asking about real world religions, and HPL's cults are all fictional. Besides, no one is gibbering insane on the Iron Islands, they're just run-of-the-mill psychopaths.
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reviewed Approve What are the real world analogues to the religions from Game of Thrones?
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answered What are the real world analogues to the religions from Game of Thrones?
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answered Flash and gene mutation
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comment How much of Interstellar is based on real effects?
This is commentary, not a question.
May
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answered Nature of relationship between Jimmy and Kim
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accepted What is the primary spoken language in Passion of the Christ?
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asked What is the primary spoken language in Passion of the Christ?