If it's compatible with the iOS framework then I'll probably cave and get one.
If you actually looked at the kits, you'd see that yes, there are some specialized pieces, but the majority of the licensed kits are made with the same basic bricks as every other Lego kit.
If there were rules on how many episodes constituted a "season", you might have had a valid point. Unfortunately for you and the validity of your rant, it varies from show to show, and even season to season.
I'm not sure if you're being willfully obtuse or not. AMC refers to and sells the 8 episodes as "Breaking Bad: Season 5". You can debate the merits of that all you wish, but are you seriously suggesting that Apple (or Amazon, or any other retailer) are being disingenuous for listing the product as "Season 5" and selling it as a single season?
Change their advertising...how, exactly? They're using the name of the product.
If AMC gives Apple a bundle of episodes to sell and calls it "Season 5", how would you reasonably expect Apple to advertise it? Would you expect other retailers to be similarly liable? Amazon is selling all 8 episodes of "Season 5" right now - does that make them liable if I bought their season pass option?
I can describe anywhere on earth in only 2 words: mostly harmless.
Then where would Samsung turn to for their product designs?
I don't want to sit through 68 attoseconds of video - is there a tl;dr version?
Well, if someone on slashdot says it can't be done, then that's enough for me...
Call it off, boys!
I recommend not going to
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Spoiler alert: he doesn't actually create the AI. He creates self-replicating machines, which quickly evolve into a collective intelligence. Slightly different.
You and I clearly have differing opinions on what constitutes "great acting" if you think there was any of it in Babylon 5.
Voyager was, by far, the worst. I can go back and watch Enterprise again. Even enjoy a good many of them. But Voyager is just...just awful.
Maybe the point of the ISS is in gaining the experience necessary to eventually build reliable, human-habitable space stations further away than low orbit? Baby steps, people. Baby steps.