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Aug
19
revised Checking the Girl's Teeth
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Aug
19
comment How could the murder weapon in The Sign of Three possibly work?
You must not have been hurt very often. The only thing unrealistic in this scene is how bad Sherlock is at deduction.
Aug
18
comment Why did Gazelle not die when Merlin detonates the security chips?
Is what explained? Everyone without the device was in grave danger because it was the only thing that could protect them from the phones.
Aug
18
comment Why did Gazelle not die when Merlin detonates the security chips?
Because the device was necessary in everyone he did not want dead. He put one in himself, any every other person in on it. Give me a reason why we should assume she did not have you?
Aug
18
comment Did Arya really see that the Thin Man was a wrongdoer?
I think in a way they could be described as vigilantes. They are not in it for the money. I think they are probably as likely to take a hit from a beggar as they are from a lord. And they certainly seem to strive for a certain balance and an esoteric fairness only they themselves understand.
Aug
17
comment A movie about a teen who witnesses strange behavior from his neighbor
There was a camera, but I don't remember one on an rc car.
Aug
16
revised Checking the Girl's Teeth
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Aug
16
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Aug
16
comment Why did Gazelle not die when Merlin detonates the security chips?
Because that is beside the point. They all had a device implanted, even Valentine had one. The answer picked is the only ones that explains why they alone did not explode.
Aug
16
comment Why did Gazelle not die when Merlin detonates the security chips?
That might be the case, but it can be inferred very reliably that she had a scar as well. They all needed the device implanted, even the mastermind.
Aug
16
revised Checking the Girl's Teeth
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Aug
16
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Aug
12
comment What is the inspiration for Trial by Combat?
So I do not know how anyone could interpret law the way you have, its history, starting point, and reason for being is fairly well documented. And even if the law did come into being to protect the intelligent, exactly why would we want it to be biased and unfair towards those born with less intelligence? What is illogical with equality under the law?
Aug
12
comment What is the inspiration for Trial by Combat?
@MasonWheeler Citations? The rule of law we are talking about for us Westerners started in ancient rome, after all the poor people went on strike because the rich could do whatever the hell they wanted. So they wrote laws, that were applied the same for everyone, so even if a rich person got treated differently, they were still held accountable to the exact same text of the law. The rich were far more likely to be merchants/etc and highly intelligent, and poor specifically in this case were characterized as soldiers typically, "big stupid brutes" as you might put it.
Aug
12
comment What is the inspiration for Trial by Combat?
@MasonWheeler Why would it be logical to allow smart people to commit any crime they wanted, without legal repercussions? Trial by combat just levels the playing field a little to make it more just and equal.
Aug
12
comment What is the inspiration for Trial by Combat?
Trial by combat, which favors the strong, is logical as it replaces other types of trials that favor the charismatic, intelligent, and/or rich.
May
6
comment If Wolverine's skeleton is completely bonded with adamantium, why are his teeth still white?
But if his teeth are not indestructible, and not self repairing. How doe she have any left?
Apr
11
revised In the pilot episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the “timeless aliens” were a paradox, right?
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Apr
11
answered In the pilot episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the “timeless aliens” were a paradox, right?
Sep
28
comment Is The Cabin in the Woods linked to the Buffyverse?
But all the supernatural events and monsters in CitWs are robots, smoke and mirrors, and science (excluding the sleeping old gods), correct? Or was just that one singular zombie an automaton? While the monsters and magic in the Buffyverse are real. So they could not be the same universe.