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  1. Reminds me of the kitten I heard meowing outside a while back. I don't have cats. I do have dogs though, so I walked outside to investigate. What I found was my 170lb Anatolian Shepherd with a kitten cowering in front of him while he swatted at the ground trying to get it to play with, wagging his tail frantically all the while. Then the kitten started hissing and swatting at him. I knew right then, the only chance that kitten had was for somebody to shoot my dog. But a kitten isn't a baby. Not really. Besides, my dog is awesome and kitten graves are easier to dig.
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  2. Yeah, because we all know how reliable 4 year olds are at executing their ideas. It's always non-parents who turn into Judgy McJudgester Pants when something like this happens.
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  3. Preschoolers can do that kind of shit in seconds.
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  4. Yeah exactly - they are based half hour from me, down in Guildford which is definitely not a city... Amazing for such a huge game to come from such small origins... Video clips look superb - gutted when I heard it was delayed, but it's not the end of the world. Read that some people were getting well angry about it!! Death threats and all! Blimey!
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  5. Yeah I agree. To me TNG was and is the only crew I really care about and that era of the mythology is far more interesting to me. So I'd much rather see that rebooted on tv.
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  6. Not picking on you, Odine, but the "keeping animals in small enclosures for our own amusement" is a victorian/carny aesthetic that began dying out awhile ago. Any reputable Zoo, at least in North America, does a lot in the area of conservation (habitats and species), education, research, and outreach -- in particular, getting kids interested in animals, ecosystems, preservation, etc. IMO, my local zoo puts so much focus on preservation, I actually wish the pendulum would swing back just a little toward simple "Whoa, what a cool animal!" appreciation, though I understand why they do what they d
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  7. Any time someone criticizes Finn I get irrationally angry. Finn is the bravest person in the entire Star Wars saga. He's not bumbling - he's a fast learner, he's a great shot with a blaster, and he held his own against a wannabe Sith Lord for way longer than most people would. Not to mention he defied the entire First Order, who stole him from his family and brainwashed him to serve them, just to help people he barely knew. He's not a ****ing janitor, he's a trained stormtrooper who had janitorial duties (like all people in the military). Finn is awesome.
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  8. sorry bad parenting is bad parenting you dont need a drivers license to criticize somebodys ****ty dangerous driving you dont need to be a washed up singer with a pill habit to say holy **** that green day bieber meltdown a few years ago was sure embarrassing but you gotta be a parent to criticize parenting what makes parents so ****ing special
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  9. For what it's worth, it seems the gorilla was actually trying to protect the kid. That's really why people are so upset about all this. It just so happened that the protection included violently dragging the kid through a moat and across the pen. It wasn't a mad gorilla going crazy because he was in an environment that messed with his social skills. It was just a normal gorilla putting a kid in danger simply by virtue of being a gorilla. Those things are strong and could have killed the kid in the blink of an eye. It's not anyone's fault. It's just something that happened and the goril
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  10. This just makes everyone bad. I have mixed feelings about zoos as well women who have more kids than they can handle. I know kids can do things in the blink of an eye but that kid said he wanted to do that and he did. Captive animals that get little stimulation can be just as dangerous as ones who live in the wild.
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  11. Other kids apparently. I just chalk this down to "Things that suck to see happen". Maybe there's something to be learned here, perhaps the enclosure was insufficient, I honestly don't know. But what I do know is that we'd be hearing a whole lot less about this if the kid had been killed and not the gorilla.
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  13. *cue Driver making the obvious point that these kinds of reshoots are commonplace in Hollywood*
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  14. It's been awhile, but isn't it fairly clear he is all in for the Targaryens? Or at the very least all in against the rest of the jokers? He's in it for the Blackfyres. Well, I fully defer to you guys. I haven't read the books since ADwD first came out, and dread re-reading the whole series once/if it is finished. At this point, I think I've forgotten more about the novels than I remember
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