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  1. Nightbat

    Aircraft Super Thread Mk.VII

    From the the 109-E3 and upwards. they already were equipped with 20mm cannons I should know,... playing Cliffs of Dover they blow me out of the sky often enough (But you are right: the Motorkanone was introduced in 1941, well past the battle)
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    Aircraft Super Thread Mk.VII

    Sorry, but that CGI looks like absolute capital lettered ASS
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    RIP R. Lee Ermey

    "THAT'S NOT THE WAY YOU HOLD A SCYTHE, BONE BRAIN!!! IF I EVER CATCH YOU SLACKING OFF ON THE JOB AGAIN, I'LL MAKE YOU WISH THERE WAS SUCH A THING AS 'DEATH AFTER DEATH', FOR I'LL BE STRINGING YOU UP BY YOUR VEIL AND REARRANGE YOUR BONES SO THAT YOUR SKULL IS UP YOUR SACRUM, WHILE YOU'RE CHEWING ON WHAT'S LEFT OF YOUR FEMUR! NOW, DO I MAKE MY SELF CLEAR?!? THEN LET'S GO! HUT 2, 3, 4, HUT, 2, 3, 4"
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    Macross figures

    THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO! ...oh wait, wrong show
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    Ace Combat 7

    Late reply, but what the hey I use a free virtual desktop app to apply "Ghetto VR" in IL-2 Cliffs of Dover It was actually a workaround for my broken DIY Headtracker, it turns out that in Opentrack there is an engine that uses the Oculus (dunno if it's possible for Vive) Now, it's not comparable to something that is VR Ready as for instance War Thunder, but it gets the job done And if I were to grab a certain paid VR desktop (of which I forgotten the name) this one can actually mimic the lens setup and project full screen on them
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    The Road to Hasbroverse

    What does it say about the Bay movies, if someone like me APPLAUDS a reboot of the Transformers?
  7. I'm not talking from the viewpoint of "minorities", I'm talking from the viewpoint of viewing a movie, for, you know: entertainment purposes apparently, that specific use of "stereotypes" (redundant, since characters in movies are always stereotypes), was a major success, not just with black people to which was catered to in the first place, but white people as well and apparently helped elevate black people to A-list status, even though catering to a much smaller market (IF we were to believe the agenda that white people segregate themselves from anything non-white) I could now make a joke about you marginalizing otherkin,... Ironically, she was portrayed as a flawless character, brave, assertive, etc. a better 'character' than the 'heroes' we initially are introduced to Anyone calling Luke a Marty Stu, should first take a look at how Leia was written It certainly wasn't 1960 anymore and I point to my comment about "Blaxploitation" again Keeping in mind the movie was targeted towards teen boys, this certainly got the adults and lesbians on board (If I have to argue against criticism of heteronormative behaviour, I'm pretty sure the human race is on it's way out) When you think about it, the guy with the pointy ears was still higher in rank than the then-current political adversaries and minorities ~ Personally, I don't give a damn about diversity in movies, but I do give a damn about forced diversity in movies, forcing leads to resentment, resentment leads to hate ...fill in the rest
  8. So now sexists and misogynists are under the same banner as the "Alt-Right" I don't think you know what "Alt-Right" stands for Also: Luke was a flawed character in abilities, Anakin a flawed character in character I don't think you know what "Mary Sue" stands for I also was unaware that movies are only allowed to be seen by people that like them and agree on all of their terms, I happen to think "Thelma & Louise" was a good movie Did I do an unspeakable act by watching a movie with strong feminist undertones, even though I don't agree with feminism? ...and you made me chuckle with the emphasis on the "Strong women with blue hair", as if people needed confirmation about progressive stereotypes Hate to break it to you, back then, we didn't give a damn about diversity in movies, nobody was moaning about how movies needed more of it either Nobody gave a damn Leia was a woman, nobody gave a damn lando was black and nobody gave a damn Akbar was a fish/thing, people went looking to see a good movie not identity politics Perhaps its better you put forth Gene Roddenberry as a groundbreaking director, at least he did it in a time when diversity was still a sensitive subject
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    [R.I.P.] Eddie Clarke

    Damn There's one thing to say goodbye to icons, but another matter to close the entire book on them
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    Tamiya Cars

    Had quite a few of these buggers back in the day I didn't sport facial hair yet Luckily rechargeable batteries were already at consumer level back then, or I'd bankrupted my parents What was fun (at least until the motor burnt out), was putting in a 9v battery and really watch them go off
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    [R.I.P.] Hugh Hefner

    Yeah, they went full retard with that move, which is why I don't think that, with The Hef gone, it'll survive for much longer
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    [R.I.P.] Hugh Hefner

    Expect december 2017 to be the last anniversary of Playboy Magazine So long Hef, we'll always have your centerfolds
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