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  1. Estimates are that the eruption of the Siberian...

    Estimates are that the eruption of the Siberian traps lasted for up to two million years alone.
  2. Plus the 25th requires cabinet heads, and Trump...

    Plus the 25th requires cabinet heads, and Trump is using as many 'acting' heads as he can. Part of me wonders is the 25th is part of the reason why. At the very least it would let him stretch...
  3. I'm not sure, but I wonder if some departments...

    I'm not sure, but I wonder if some departments are so far gone that it might need to be done in a few cities.

    I want to believe that most of them can be saved by change in mid-level command (NYC...
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    If we are listing anime themes then I nominate...

    If we are listing anime themes then I nominate Dokkoida?! - yes, it's spelled with that exact punctuation.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ljER5gNX_A
  5. I don't really have a dog in the Confederate...

    I don't really have a dog in the Confederate monuments fight, but it galls me when the locals overwhelmingly want to take it down and the state forces an override law down the throat of the city.
    ...
  6. I was hoping to keep it to recorded human...

    I was hoping to keep it to recorded human history. There were even bigger problems than even the one you listed. Something called The Great Dying, or the Permian Extinction event 252 million years...
  7. We haven't hit 536 yet. ...

    We haven't hit 536 yet.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3YTfhJmh1I
  8. Borked, you say? :p 9730097300

    Borked, you say? :p

    9730097300
  9. In other news, a new Quinnipac poll gives Trump a...

    In other news, a new Quinnipac poll gives Trump a measly 1% lead. In Texas.
  10. Utah has been doing it for 8 years too and the...

    Utah has been doing it for 8 years too and the Democrats aren't suddenly in charge of everything.
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    Bendis comes up with some great concepts and some...

    Bendis comes up with some great concepts and some mind blowing intro issues. Then, it seems he loses focus somewhere in the middle and messes up the flow towards the ending, making it underwhelming...
  12. At the very least police cameras need to be...

    At the very least police cameras need to be rigged to a switch in the gun holster - it turns the camera on automatically if drawn. Not sure how feasible that is, but it doesn't seem unrealistic to...
  13. Plus Rand Paul hasn't said anything in 5 days. ...

    Plus Rand Paul hasn't said anything in 5 days. From someone who tries to fly the libertarian banner, it's an even worse exercise in hypocrisy than from the rest of the GoP.
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    I haven't read anything on the front page of CBR...

    I haven't read anything on the front page of CBR for years. I'm a Cyclops fan and for the longest times any CBR articles on him were basically all the same - "Why Cyclops is the wrongiest wronger to...
  15. It's hard, but not impossible, to rail against...

    It's hard, but not impossible, to rail against Obama being a power grabber while being for Trump using the military domestically against the wishes of the state for the first time ever. Even for the...
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    I could be wrong, but I think the insistence that...

    I could be wrong, but I think the insistence that Magneto was "a mad old terrorist twat" is one of the reasons Grant Morrison isn't writing X-Men anymore.

    Magneto's current direction (and has...
  17. It is rarely used, last being used in response to...

    It is rarely used, last being used in response to the 1992 riots that erupted after the acquittal of the officers who beat Rodney King. But the Bunker Bitch has never cared about precedent.
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    I want to call what DC is only just starting to...

    I want to call what DC is only just starting to move away from - the removal of as many legacy characters as possible and the return of the Silver Age versions to prominence - the Mercury Age. It...
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    There are certain sites I refuse to visit - any...

    There are certain sites I refuse to visit - any interest story from Outbrain is one of my peeves. They insist you go through 30 or so pages before getting to the point that actually made you click...
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    I'd say that one of the two books from the Jean...

    I'd say that one of the two books from the Jean Grey School needed to be - although I think Adjectiveless X-Men would have been a better fit than Wolverine and the X-Men. Uncanny provides the...
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    The comic character was using a transdermal patch...

    The comic character was using a transdermal patch activated by a hidden button on one of his gauntlets. It's more powerful and faster activating than the pill was but has the same 'once a day, only...
  22. Don't read the replies, Ray.

    Don't read the replies, Ray.
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    It concerned Wolverine's side of things enough...

    It concerned Wolverine's side of things enough that Aaron's book probably needed to be represented, but they could have cut out the other X-title centered in the Jean Grey School easily enough. Or...
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    Even Battle of the Atom started out incredibly...

    Even Battle of the Atom started out incredibly strong. That first issue was one of the best openers for a crossover - or actually just ANY story - that I had seen in YEARS. That such a strong issue...
  25. Especially when the last big Regressive president...

    Especially when the last big Regressive president (Wilson) won due to spoilers as well. I am seeing a theme here.
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