25 posts • joined Monday 16th July 2012 09:19 GMT
I've never bought my weed off a pimp, nor crack off anyone.
Re: You got me there for a moment
Were you expecting Dr Manhattan?
This sounds like a new Reg Unit for data transfer!
Should that not be "Human Culture"?
Thumbs up for the rest of it.
He has already been immortalised by neurologists; time perception is, of course, governed by the Shatner's Bassoon. There's still plenty of potential for the name Vulcan to be assigned to more appropriate rock in the galaxy, there isn't a shortage of them. I daresay the trekkies will have cause to celebrate one day.
"...the numbers were arranged clockwise on the dial"
Is that due to the Coriolis Effect?
The next terroristic country
I believe that will be Durka-Durkastan.
Re: Cesium is not radioactive
Or the chair-moisteners in Sector 7G.
The one with the glowing green rod on the back.
I preferred the work of Synthesiser Patel
Nice to see...
...they're keeping their ISON it.
For all his poetic abilities, he managed not to use the most hilarious word that rhymes with cloner.
Antiochia ad Cragnum
Is that where the Holy Hand Grenade was forged?
Doom is awesome
I saw Street Fighter in the cinema when i was about 10, and realised it was a turkey back then. Having watched it again recently, it is devoid of the vast majority of the special moves, except for some throws that don't require any CGI. The word HADOUKEN appears nowhere in the film.
Super Mario Bros. concentrates far too much on the brothers' plumbing skills and not enough on the jumping/mushroom-eating for my liking.
David Webb's (above) review of Resi is spot on.
Doom looks like it is a real film with an actual budget, game plot-line discrepancies aside. The Rock may not be a great actor but everyone else is at least averagely convincing. And the first-person section is an amazing bit of cinematography.
Can't comment on the rest, haven't seen 'em.
Re: A stunning achievement by all those overweight scientists
Someone sent Beadle to Mars? [obligatory hand joke]
Re: Well Duh!
@Ian Yates: also known as AC Slatering.