Or it means the plane flies backwards.
I like the idea of using a floor drain to remove gas.
I am an underwater fire fighter, you insensitive clod?
Which is hilarious considering that bible thumpers tend to be the "kill em all and let god sort it out" type. Why else are executions so much more common in the bible belt? The more moderate religious people are the live and let live ones.
That was actually a great show.
But it only ran for one season.
Just like there was only one Matrix movie.
Your an idiot
No, "you are" an idiot.
Yes, the bridge should be in the very center of the ship. The Nemesis movie made that absurdly clear.
I think the mui-thai episode was did not really contribute anything either. But it was a pretty good episode anyhow. But maybe there was a B plot that I am forgetting about.
Aha, I thought perhaps you were seeing something in there position that I was not.
It is a bit telling when they consider themselves "skeptics" of climate change only, and take a bunch of other stuff on faith.
Well I suppose that doesn't include the people that claim to be skeptics of science itself. I don't know what confusion of ideas leads to that conclusion.
I blame all the SF series that had weak first seasons (my beloved B5 included) on why Firefly was killed.
I think if B5 or TNG would have been made in the 2000s, they would have been canceled too.
And, amazingly enough, we are safer because of it.
Climate Change Deniers have taken to calling themselves Skeptics precisely because of this negative connotation to our cause, just as AGW proponents changed to talk of Climate Change when they saw that Global Warming was no longer winning over the masses with their fear-mongering.
Yep, it is hilarious considering that those deniers are part of the religious right (often stating their reason for denying climate change is something about god). To them, skeptics have the negative connotation. I guess they can't ask for people to believe their claims "on faith" anymore.
Also, in that comparison, one of the entities is pure evil and the other is at least trying to do the right thing.
Also, the GP says that the EFF opposes net neutrality. That is not the case. I think what the oppose is the current FCC's flawed attempts at implementing it with a bunch of special case provisions that completely gut the idea of it.