Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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comment Transparent wall or Force field in the middle where planes, cars, birds hit
Oh I guess I mixed up the dates, thought it was the other way around. It really is an amazing coincidence
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comment Transparent wall or Force field in the middle where planes, cars, birds hit
I guess the simpson movie was inspired by the novel @Muzer
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comment Why didn't Jon Snow use this?
Why do you think that they do not use draognglass? It is not shown publicly or obviously, but if we remember the arrowhead Sam used: you do not need a huge dragonglass sword for it to be effective. Maybe each of them are carrying a shard of dragonglass, which is not easily seen, but very light and good for travelling.
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comment Couldn't one or two or three dragons take care of the Army of the Dead in like a couple hours?
Would you borrow your babies to a stranger telling you the end is near for an afternoon?
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accepted Do the sigils next to the names of staff in the Game of Thrones intro all exist in the fictional world?
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asked Do the sigils next to the names of staff in the Game of Thrones intro all exist in the fictional world?
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comment Is there any muggle technology that is used in Harry Potter's world?
I feel like stuff like glass or clothing is a little too basic to mention. It gets close to "they breath the same air"
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comment What does Peter Dinklage eat on camera in Game of Thrones?
The word "vegan" is used in his german entry on Wikipedia
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