Abraham Hagar: An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it. – Gandhi
Alrenous: “I don’t want to fight; therefore, nobody wants to fight.” “As a bonus, if I have to impose religion/Enlightenment/& #8217;individualism̵ 7;, I will have to fight to make them submit.” “Look, Mom, I’m rational!”
Lucklucky: Obviously false. If you don’t have right to say “No!” then there is no individualism.
Victor: I think Family Guy did something like this.
Grasspunk: Oh gosh, back in my space again. Some cattle breeds screen for this gene and never breed from any cattle that have it. Who wants a cow that routinely needs caesareans?
Bruce: Dukes of Hazzard pilot unwatchable? Did you not see the outhouse blown up by a dynamite arrow? That’s some quality television right there. It’s the second season and beyond, when they went from treating the hicks as tough, smart, capable hicks to treating them as jackastical retards that get hard to watch.
Grasspunk: We like old TV in our house, but we tend to watch British shows. I’ll list a few in case others want to try. Our family (including 4 smallish kids) happily watch The Professionals, Blakes 7, To The Manor Born. I like Yes, Minister but haven’t got the kids hooked yet, which is too bad since it is the best of the lot. I doubt I could sit through Starsky and Hutch, CHiPs or Miami Vice again. I did try Star Trek Next Gen, and they hated it. What freaks me out is when they like old...
Thales: That whole era is likely to be unwatchable. I can confirm this, having recently attempted to watch both A-Team and Knight Rider.
Graham: Unsurprising results, but the terminology used is interesting: 1. “the idea of free will, which the researchers define as the belief that a person is largely responsible for his or her own outcomes”; that’s a pretty expansive definition of ‘free will’. We could have all the free will in the world without the ability to overcome obstacles set in our way by nature, other men, or fate. Seeing whether that is the case is life. I can only assume, to whatever extent...
A.B. Prosper: The real money in the comic industry is made in the movie arena, and if you look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe — yes, that’s what they call it — it’s 100% White on the current Avengers team’ save for Nick Fury — and Sam Jackson’s fan base is heavily White. It’s actually less diverse than the 1970s version, which sometimes had Falcon or other non-Whites on it. The comics themselves allow the writers to get their SJW cred, maybe push their...