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  1. DocNuke commented on Over the Hedge 4 months ago

    I wouldn’t want to be peeking over a hedge with all that scythe swinging.

  2. DocNuke commented on Scary Gary 9 months ago

    She’s just missing her white headpiece.

  3. DocNuke commented on Working Daze about 1 year ago

    Guardians hand down – despite their ninja stealth, if any turtles make it past Star Lord and Rocket’s guns they then have to deal with Gamora and Drax. If a turtle still stands, Groot will take care of him.

  4. DocNuke commented on The Knight Life about 1 year ago

    A company called Lyft has the pink mustache as a logo on their vehicles.

  5. DocNuke commented on The Knight Life over 1 year ago

    I do believe Prairie Home Companion covers the NPR aspect.

  6. DocNuke commented on Basic Instructions over 1 year ago

    They also now have zero-G printers that Epson developed for the shuttles and ISS.

  7. DocNuke commented on Basic Instructions over 1 year ago

    Biggest plot hole of “The Matrix.” The machines would have been better off with all the world’s D batteries.

  8. DocNuke commented on Pearls Before Swine over 1 year ago

    Why was it ruined? Were aliens and surviving a nuclear attack any less realistic than Ark Spirits that melt Nazis and mine cars that can jump tracks? The movie was a hit – the internet and most of its netizens just like to be snarky hateful types. It’s as if there is no other opinion than the one that slams everything.

  9. DocNuke commented on Jane's World over 1 year ago

    Currently is a Batwoman in DC lore and she is a lesbian. Perhaps Jane was being a prophet.

  10. DocNuke commented on Working Daze over 1 year ago

    Ultimately it’s not about finding the Ark, it’s about saving the love of Indy’s life – Marion. Without Indy, she either would have died when Toht went to her bar, or she would have been there with her eyes open when Belloq opened the Ark. The quest, ultimately, was for Marion.