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Keith David voiced Goliath on Gargyoles, played Frank in They Live, he was also in Chronicles of Riddick, Young Justice, Community, the most recent TMNT series, and will be playing Solovar one of the leading citizens of Gorilla City.
OH Solovar. Ok. He also voiced Admiral Anderson in Mass Effect.
OK, no problem. I mean he's a swell guy in person.
Opinion based on what?
It sucks. Horribly so.
Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
There's a growing number of people who espouse to flat-earth theories and hollow world theories because they are questioning the data that has been presented thus far. Not saying they are right, just saying that a lot of info people consider fact these days have been given to them by the media and/or books with very little info gathered directly by people these days (increasingly relying on what's given to them and taught to them). Some people will even refuse to read history books published in countries that are not their own, for example...
So? Numbers are meaningless, ad populum argument. Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large masses.
Having its own issues? In the middle of a restructure? Fighting a creepy worm monster inhabiting Wars body?
Quiche Lisp wrote:
Ok, so? I demand for a random stranger to hand me a suitcase full of money, at least 10 million dollars. But nothing happens. Because a worldiwiev and demands don't matter.
Bjørn Røyrvik wrote:
He looked at the Darkhold. Soul said bye bye.
Quiche Lisp wrote:
I think there's an afterlife if your worldview allows for an afterlife.
Point is that worldview is completely irrelevant, as it is personal and requires belief without evidence. Until there is proof that the afterlife exists, proof that is not "I feel it in my heart" or "I just know there is", I am free to claim, with certainty, that there is no such thing as afterlife. Burden of proof lies squarely on the shoulders of those who claim that there IS an afterlife. No such proof has been provided for thousands of years, since "the bible says so" or similar isn't proof.
Quiche Lisp wrote:
There is also a word for that.
Strawman argument. As well as ad hominem argument.
Actuable, epmirical, repeatable, peer reviewed proof?
Quark Blast wrote:
Ever heard of matter antimatter creation? Or reverse annihalation? It's happening all the time, literally something coming out of nothing.
Mike J wrote:
because in a galaxy where they have artificial gravity, hyperspace, blades of solid plasma suspended in a powerful magnetic field and a mystic ability to control and heal people, it is completely implausible they have medicine that can keep him alive?
Anonymous Warrior wrote:
Well divine beings are supernatural, plus there is no evidence of supernatural whatsoever, so, until someone proves that supernatural exists, I will deny that it exists. It's that simple. Burden of proof is always on the back of those who claim that something exists.
Well judging how disney does things today, I'm sure they will introduce the secret jedi plotline very carefully and in such a way which will not detract from the Skywalker family importance. Galaxy is a vast, vast space. There is room for other force users, failed jedi or weak, to accomplish meaningful things on their own without it having to impact the story of the original trilogy in the slightest or can be seamlessly integrated without having to mention that "a jedi did it"
No, just that without proof, we don't know. And belief is a poor substitute for knowledge.
Stormtroopers are elite troops of the empire, of course they can aim properly. The fact is that all of those times they missed in the movies, they MISSED ON PURPOSE. First it was to get them to show where the rebel base was. Then to get them to get into an almost no-win situation in episode 6. Look at Empire and how they kicked their asses.
Black Dougal wrote:
Sorry, this is slightly off topic but just watched SW Rebels and see Thrawn has 6 blue, 3 red and 3 orange/yellow bars on his insignia. Would that put him above Krenic and on the same level as Tarkin?
Militarrily yeah, but not politically. Tarkin has more red pips. If I was paying attention to what baron was saying.
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