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comment At what point did Lou Bloom decide to 'sack' his assistant?
@chaitanya89 I had not been aware of that tag, and ..yes, it seems to fit. Added. Thanks for the heads-up. :)
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revised At what point did Lou Bloom decide to 'sack' his assistant?
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asked At what point did Lou Bloom decide to 'sack' his assistant?
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
10
comment How does the high gravity on Miller's planet create big waves?
@Mithoron Yeah.. that's the one I was thinking of.
Apr
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awarded  Famous Question
Apr
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comment How does the high gravity on Miller's planet create big waves?
Supposedly the waves were tides caused Gargantua (yeah I know, it makes little more sense, but that was from an answer that quoted people close to the production).
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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comment Did John McClane know Bill Clay was really Hans Gruber? If so, how?
@BobbyAlexander Excellent question. I had wondered the same myself, don't have an answer..
Mar
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comment Why are some movie parts much louder than others?
"mounted on the walls facing neighbors,.." What, DYM the wall (with speakers) is next to/shared with the neighbors, or the neighbors are 'opposite' the wall? I was thinking that if the speaker wall was shared by the neighbors it would be the worst. But I think the biggest problems can be solved by disconnecting the woofer. Those vibrations go into and are carried by the superstructure much more so than the higher frequencies.
Mar
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comment Why are some movie parts much louder than others?
If you want to help your neighbors, lose the woofer (which is best for explosions and gun fire etc.) and raise the rest of the speakers off the floor and away from the walls.
Mar
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comment What is the symbolism of the blue meth?
@Catija But pure meth (in the real world) is white, not blue.
Mar
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revised Couple that adopt children then kill and bury them in the walls/floor
improved title, tweaked body
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suggested approved edit on Couple that adopt children then kill and bury them in the walls/floor
Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
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revised Why not use Red Woman to take down King's Landing?
Turned list into list formatted list.
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Mar
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comment Why not use Red Woman to take down King's Landing?
All the key players? For the Baratheon/Lannister children that is Joffrey, Myrcella and Tommen. Her 'blood sacrifice' from Stannis was apparently good for 3 deaths, and weakened him so much that she dare not use more of his blood (and went looking for other sons of kings for more). For that reason I think they had to make some hard choices.
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comment What 70's/80's movie? A woman with letter 'A' in her dress is comdemned of witchcraft
@NapoleonWilson My bad..
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revised What 70's/80's movie? A woman with letter 'A' in her dress is comdemned of witchcraft
Corrected typo. in title then several other aspects the OP remembered incorrectly.