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  1. https://deadline.com/2019/06/dark-phoenix-simon-kinberg-kcrw-1202633235/ So what went wrong leading up to the film? *spoilers*
  2. Fake news as it's a deepfake Twitter account headed by Michael Jordan.
  3. OJ Simpson is now on Twitter and has a lot of getting even to do.
  4. It makes me wonder what they can do for the sequel with a bigger team since the game started with 50 people working on it. The fact that they made it and I didn't feel it was getting repetitive is a really testament to the talent on this underrated team.
  5. One of the people who advocated with Jon for 9/11 first responders bills died in 2017. Stewart gave his eulogy. The late man's firefighter jacket was put up for auction, and someone outbid three others to buy it so it could be given to Jon Stewart.
  6. $28.5 million opening and a B CinemaScore. The weekend chart Looking at BOM, 14 million tickets were sold, less than half of last year when Incredibles 2 opened. All in all, it's the least attended weekend in this time frame (24th weekend of the year) since 1997.
  7. My dad's go-to joke every time we eat at a restaurant. My brother shared this with me and I always have it handy to show to the server after he says it.
  8. https://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/mexico-film-industry-amid-abortion-fights-63740296 When I lived in Georgia, it was a continuous story about how the state was growing as a hub for filmmakers and how the film industry's attraction to the state helped create film festivals and jobs and boosted the economy. I'm really curious how this will affect Georgia if there's an exodus of money that used to go into it.
  9. Two pieces of Trump news: 1) Trump cuts ties with pollsters after internal numbers showing him way behind Biden are leaked. 2) Trump to officially launch his campaign Tuesday in Orlando even though you probably couldn't tell based on his nonstop campaign since inauguration.
  10. When you think about it.... Square's big RPGs this gen are mostly stuff they showed off at Sony's 2013 E3 (KH3 and Versus 13 which they showed was renamed to 15).
  11. That's true, and I've wondered if the story will feel stretched at all, but I also know games are different. Content, side quests, fun factor, etc. are part of the experience as well as the story. The Hobbit lived and died on stretching a story thin. FF7R could add a ton of lore, or flesh things out meaningfully, or feel stretched, but if everything else is really good, then it won't be the same imo.
  12. The reason I feel what I said is different is because 3 pounds of dessert is way different than 3 pounds of the entree. This isn't supposed to be like that at all; it's supposed to be multiple full-length games, period. And coming out in parts I don't feel has anything to do with what's a remake and what isn't since this isn't taking a full game and making it three thirds of one game or whatever they're doing; it's making multiple full games out of one story.
  13. Eh, I think kids' table may be overplaying it. The 2016 GOP undercard was kids' table level, but the bold would be the bottom-tier in polling: Night One: June 26 Cory Booker, senator from New Jersey Julián Castro, former housing secretary Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York John Delaney, former representative from Maryland Tulsi Gabbard, representative from Hawaii Jay Inslee, governor of Washington Amy Klobuchar, senator from Minnesota Beto O’Rourke, former representative from Texas Tim Ryan, representative from Ohio Elizabeth Warren, senator from Massachusetts Night Two: June 27 Michael Bennet, senator from Colorado Joseph R. Biden Jr., former vice president Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Ind. Kirsten Gillibrand, senator from New York Kamala Harris, senator from California John Hickenlooper, former governor of Colorado Bernie Sanders, senator from Vermont Eric Swalwell, representative from California Marianne Williamson, self-help author Andrew Yang, former tech executive It's actually a pretty good split; it just probably could have used Harris or Biden or Buttigieg in exchange for Booker or Klobuchar. But even then, Beto was polling a lot better a couple months ago than, say, Buttigieg, so who knows what it would look like in a couple months.
  14. That's not what it is, though. They're not just taking the first game and ending it after Midgar or after Kalm or after the second Jenova battle. It's a full-fledged remake that we've been told is a full-length game for each part. The only thing divided is the original story in 7, not amount of content in each part.
  15. They've only shown Midgar, so I assume it's still episodic even though they're advertising summons in this which weren't available in Midgar in the original game. However, if this is a full-length game, which it's supposed to be, I really don't care.
  16. https://www.npr.org/2019/06/15/733081713/dean-obeidallah-wins-4-1-in-defamation-suit-against-neo-nazi-website
  17. What if Episode 3 was 300 hours of grinding to defeat Emerald/Ruby Weapons?
  18. https://time.com/5605925/maine-8th-state-legalize-medically-assisted-suicide/
  19. I mean, only a few are, but that's not looking at the whole picture. We're not all on the same level (on track versus not); the US is along the lines of Russia and Saudi Arabia with China doing better than us.
  20. I remember you said this years ago and it's actually a story I've shared with people when we talk about what drives the economy in some small towns in the rust belt.
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