>"I done the math. It checks out."
>JPL: GONNA TAKE US MONTHS TO MAKE A NEW SHIP
why couldnt they just reuse old assets?
why engineer something completely new?
you could literally send a missile with a warhead of food.
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>Watch show taking place in America
>People are hypersensitive ie. when their parents break up when they're teen they fucking burst in tears and go full emo
Is it really like 'dis in America of USA?
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Best historical movie. Name it, /tv/.
These are the people who run Game of Thrones...
These are the people who will bring you Season 6...
I haven't seen a single movie from 2015. What should I watch?
Please don't say Star Wars.
Why did Pippin start tearing up and crying while singing his song to the Stewart of Gondor?
That song that went something like
>Through shadow, something, something, to the end... something something dark abyss
Was it the song or something else that was making him all teary eyed.
I thought he was sad that Faramir was almost certainly going to die because his dickhead father sent him out on a suicide-mission which he only accepted because he felt he never lived up to Boromir in his father's eyes.
What is this hairstyle called?
I was reading a recent article on Seinfeld that was arguing that the show could not stand the test of time as a classic because younger generations would not understand a lot of the plot devices, an example being when they all get lost and separated in the parking garage.
The author argued that younger audiences wouldn't get this and not find it funny because they would be wondering where there cell phones are the entire episode.
I'm not sure how young an audience the author is talking about I'm 29 and grew up watching Seinfeld starting in grade...
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I'm 29 also and I did not start watching Seinfeld until I was about 20.
I loved the show immediately. I get the same type of enjoyment out of it that I get from stuff like Married With Children and 90s Simpsons.
Ultimately, I understand where that author is coming from, but I don't think it would be that hard for younger audiences to get into, as long as they wait until they're 18 or so to start watching it.
It's just a dumb argument. im 23 and watched seinfeld for the first time in 2005 and it was hilarious. i used to watch MASH around the same time and loved that too. good comedy can survive technological advances.
Post some good musicals
Where do I start with the films of Eddie Murphy?
When and why did the Leo is an Oscar baiting try hard joke metamorphosise into Leo is the best actor ever and deserves an Oscar meme?
A couple of years ago as a lot of supporters of this meme passed through puberty.
It used to be a joke, but I think in the late 2000's a lot of Milenials got mixed up and think it's serious.
This is the closest Star Wars has ever come to Kinography
why does he throw a car on peter if he wants to interrogate him?