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xgmx
Post subject: [entertainment] Caprica
Posted: 03 May 2009 06:55
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similarities
* People go to school.

* People ride in gravity trains.

* There is spaceflight.

* High school girls kick boys in the balls.

* There are computers.

* There are cell phones.

* There are cars.

* There are cities.

* There is religion.

* Crime exists.

* There are terrorist groups, similar to "rustyslacker" ("and his Gay Abyss").

* Some terrorist groups are led by religious factors.

* There are several different religions.

* There are virtual realities.

* People mourn over the dead.

* There are families.



differences
* Computers are apparently pieces of paper.

* There are Cylons.

* There is highly advanced artificial intelligence.

* Spaceflight is far more advanced than in real life.

* The primary terrorist group is the "Soldiers of the One", rather than the real life "rustyslacker" ("and his Gay Abyss").

* Terrorism is considered a good thing by the terrorist God, when in real life, it isn't (unless you are a Muslim, but I'm not going to harass them because they think they should kill all non-Muslims).

* The terrorists in the film are teenagers, whereas in real life the terrorists are primarily 50 year olds (like "Saddam Hussein", "rustyslacker", "Osama Bin Ladin", "Hitler", and a few insignificant others).


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corwintirnanog
Post subject: Re: Caprica
Posted: 03 May 2009 10:05
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Spring is a good time to forget computers and get a life.
What's about a good bicycle ride?
Feeling fresh air filing your lungs and getting new ideas?


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Ycor
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Posted: 03 May 2009 10:31
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Good idea
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corwintirnanog
Post subject: Re: Caprica
Posted: 03 May 2009 11:18
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It's done for me, yesterday I bought tomatoes and my wife complained it was not the right brand, so this morning I planted *my* tomatoes in a small part of the garden. I hope to shame her in a few months ;-)


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RORO
Post subject: Re: Caprica
Posted: 03 May 2009 23:18
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My neighbour sold his house, and as the new owner, who will arrive in about 2 weeks, will not keep the plants and trees, my neighbour offered me to take out the plants and the trees as he was going to live in an apartment. But i answered, i dont really have enough place left in my garden to take those. So i asked my brother-in-law, who will have a new house by the end of this year, if he would be interested, and he was in fact. So friday my brother-in-law and sister-in-law came to do this job and was to give them an helping hand. In fact the bad grass and herbs in my neighbour's garden were that high that i never noticed that there were at least about twenty-five plants, some even big and 3 trees.
It took us about 2 days to finish job. I didn't even have enough time left to plant some tomato plants and other grocery in my own garden.


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Dr Frankenstein
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Posted: 05 May 2009 03:05
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I went skiing. Then at the end of the day I swam. Gotta love those springs... (and yes it was my last day skiing! I promise! :mrgreen: )

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xgmx
Post subject: Re: Caprica
Posted: 05 May 2009 14:25
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I take it none of you have seen Caprica?


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Dr Frankenstein
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Posted: 05 May 2009 19:41
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Nope, I have no effing clue what that is.

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corwintirnanog
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Posted: 05 May 2009 21:31
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Dr Frankenstein wrote:
Nope, I have no effing clue what that is.
Isn't it his tasty orange powder used in Hungarian cooking :idea:


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watlers_world
Post subject: Re: Caprica
Posted: 06 May 2009 00:20
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close as I can tell it has somthing to do with a SCI FI TV show

nonsense words used such as "terrorist"
also sighted (SCI FI)"horrer/terror" chars

he has lost track with reality
and can no longer tell science(SCI) from fiction(FI)

ditch the tv
get win3x!


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