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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    There was an announcement a few days ago that the next chapter has been delayed a full week. So no need to hold your breath!
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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    Aizawa very much doesn't need to maintain eye contact. If he did, there would be no way for him to have erased multiple quirks at the same time, which we saw him do in the Suneater fight.

    It's...
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    If the whole "pills should cost almost the same as other expensive treatments because that's the market demand" isn't the biggest condemnation of unfettered capitalism, I don't know what is. I...
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    Courage is very much a 90's cartoon considering it started in '96. I've personally always thought of EEnE as a 90s show but it premiered in '99? I'd defer to the group mind on that. Personally I...
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    One of my big indicators of Millenialness vs. Gen Z, along with remembering 9/11 and (less importantly) exposure to 90s cartoons, is having a cell phone prior to the advent of smart phones.
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    Yes, but it requires his staff to step up and do it. So no luck there.
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    Re: Fan the Hammer: A Mafia Game

    Sure, come shoot me.
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    Per voting, I'd also recommend reviewing the pamphlet or sample ballot or whatever they send you in advance. That way, you can just copy your answers and be in and out even faster! Even without that,...
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    Re: Westworld (HBO series)

    This season could have really benefited from the full 10 episodes. The first three episodes were ultimately a slow build where things were moderately entertaining but nothing of consequence happened....
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    My take on vice presidential picks is that Biden needs a woman with at least some executive experience and who is either progressive or a person for color. Both would be ideal, but then you're...
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    If you're in California or New York or something and considering voting Green or whatever, it's somewhat acceptable. But if you're in a swing state, you better damn we'll be voting blue like the...
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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    Crowd control, mostly. Helping with evacuation and making sure none of the villains escape.
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    Re: Seven Deadly Sins

    Tristan's hair is a horrid mashup of his parents'. Someone give him a haircut asap!
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    It's definitely not TFS: The Office. The first episode might come off that way, but the crew has hinted heavily that the rest of the series doesn't take that tact. Having seen episode 3, that's true...
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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    There were a frustrating number of great details that got skipped over due to time constraints. For instance, Mineta and Sero helping to build the ice platforms or Kaminari doing a mid-air guitar...
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    Bernie's been winding down for at least a week, he's just trying to leverage his platform into a more liberal Democratic platform. Which I'm fine with. This should go a lot smoother than 2016 with...
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    Re: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part II: Do the Dio Walk!

    The question now becomes, is the Norisuke we saw in the flash-forward the same one we're seeing now, or is Tsurugi using it as cover for someone/something else?
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    Re: Dr. Stone

    That's got to be the least American coastline I've ever seen.
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    Re: My Hero Academia II - Bhyyyyyyyyy

    Have we noted yet that Dabi is going a different direction from everyone else mobilizing and is therefore definitely about to burst in on Hawks and Twice?
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Warren is perfect for a cabinet position because she's an administrator and policy wonk. Put her in charge of the Treasury or HHS and watch her go.

    Bernie is a lot less of a policy guy. I don't...
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    I really, really doubt we get 8 years of Biden. The Presidency ages people like crazy and he'd be the oldest president yet. No way he runs at 82.

    He also desperately needs to offer the progressive...
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Well this has been disappointing. Warren (and to a lesser degree, Bloomberg) really struggled to cope with the Two Candidate narrative. Very frustrating night. A lot of local measures aren't aren't...
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Biden making Bernie his VP would be a huuuuge mistake given their ages. I doubt either of them could run for a second term so their VP needs to be a younger person when can act as an heir apparent.
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    1000 times this. Warren is definitely the best "unity candidate" available, though there are a pretty good chunk of people going between Bernie and Biden based on name recognition.

    In other news,...
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Klobuchar's out too. Looks like the ol' Never Bernie train is picking up steam.

    I'm curious how much Biden and Sanders each want Warren to drop out. Bernie presumably benefits from a split base...
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    I'd call him a cauliflower- an flavor-bleached imitation of another, more palatable candidate that's only gained in popularity due a whole lot of garnishing.
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    This is the whole reason ranked-choice voting is important. If the best a candidate gets is only 30%, and everyone else is 15-25%, should a person that only 30% of people voted for win? Imagine if...
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    Warren has apparently decided to burn the house down. Really hope it doesn't backfire on her (like it does on most assertive female politicians).
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    This is accurate. It's the same reason why Obama needed some wins against Clinton before he really started winning over the black vote.
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    Re: American Politics thread: No Nazis Allowed

    I meant in the primary. Obviously I'm voting Democrat in the general election, though being in California means that that particular vote doesn't really matter.

    My personal ranking of candidates...
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