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  1. http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=29504 "I don't know who you are, and I don't understand what's being discussed here, so I'm shutting down the thread." A member provides feedback in the Member Feedback forum and is quickly shut down. Good job!
  2. I asked Aramaki-san about this, and I'm guessing the last part depends on how well Viper's Creed did:
  3. It's true. Been true since the days of 300 baud.
  4. I'd also like to see JasonC address this from the other thread in this forum: You wouldn't happen to be talking about me, would you?
  5. EXO, you're breaking my heart. Before you go silent, why don't you explain why only VF5SS and I got suspended and not any of the other participants? If it's any consolation, you're free to come over to http://skullbrain.org/ where I'm a moderator and try to behave badly. I promise I'll sit on my hands.
  6. It was in an early draft script that a friend of mine (who was being approached as a potential licensee) read about a year ago. Later on he was given the final act of the script (which was omitted from the early draft). The whole thing was godawful. If 10% of the silliness that was in there survives to the final cut of the film (and judging by the trailers, it looks like at least 50% is in there), you will all be laughing your way out of the theater. It's that bad.
  7. The idea of the hub never made any sense to me. A Cylon dies, then their consciousness is transferred back to the nearest resurrection ship, then to the hub, then back to the resurrection ship, where the Cylon wakes up in a tub of goo. And the resurrection hub also carries extra bodies, presumably for restocking the resurrection ships. The Final Five didn't seem to mention a hub in their own resurrection equipment. Why would the Cylons need one?
  8. Who knows. They're making it up as they go along.
  9. He was lying, though. In a later episode it was revealed that he did, in fact, resurrect, and told the other Cylons about how Kara tortured him.
  10. Who says that old Raiders can only be piloted by old Centurions? Maybe there are skin jobs inside.
  11. To clarify, in the earlier podcast Moore hinted that the name "Daniel" and the model might have some connection with Daniel Graystone from the Caprica series. In this podcast, though, he made it clear that Daniel (Type 7) won't have a role in the finale or Starbuck's origin. I believe there was an earlier podcast or Q&A session where Moore discounted the idea that the Cylons (at least the ones that had been revealed up until that point in the show, before the Final Five and Hybrids were introduced) were not clones of Colonial citizens, that they were genetically engineered from scratch. The writers referred to the Cylon homeworld in meetings as "Cylonia." Yecch, glad they ditched that.
  12. Yes, I noticed that I'm one of the few people around here who uses their real name.
  13. Careful, guys, this is the kind of talk that gets you suspended from Macrossworld... I want to know, did anyone here change their mind about ordering this toy from an importer when they heard that it was being released domestically by Toynami? I'm curious to see who did and who didn't.
  14. That would really suck, because that gag was already used for , which also dealt with . I think it's possible someone is yanking your chain. At least I hope so. According to Ron Moore in the latest podcast commentary, Daniel has nothing to do with Starbuck, nor will Daniel be a part of the finale. He saw a lot of speculation among fans on the internet and wanted to put it to rest. Daniel may have something to do with the upcoming Caprica series (as Moore hinted in a previous podcast) but as far as BSG is concerned, Daniel only exists as a fix to explain why the writers named Boomer/Athena "Type 8," and leaving an empty slot for "Type 7." And that great whooshing sound you're hearing is the wind being taken out of a million fanboys' sails. He also mentions that at the center of the Cylon's Bodolza-class ship is the original Earth ship the Final Five arrived in. He's pretty disciplined with spoilers, so the fact that he's discussing it in the podcast seems to indicate that we won't be seeing it in the finale.
  15. As long as the guidelines (http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/index.php?showtopic=23944) are being followed and the original poster (Ravenhawk), doesn't mind, why can't this discussion continue?
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