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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharpandpointies View Post
    Hang in there, man.
    Thank you. But I’m actually OK.

    I mean I’ve had a few wobbles (mainly when I’ve had to communicate back to people who are being nice to me), and there’ll doubtless be a few more of said wobbles, most notably at the funeral (which looks like it won’t be for another three and a half weeks).

    But we’d all kind of gradually made our peace with losing Dad a while back. In fact we DID lose him at some unidentifiable point in the past few years. The man who was my father was not who we said goodbye to this week.

    And there’s actually been some joy through this. We’ve been very together as a family, and a few moments have been very precious. Last night, my brother suddenly started crying while putting his kids to bed. His middle son (who is 4 years old, generally hilarious, fearless, clumsy and slightly insane) got out of bed, put his arm round my brother and just said “It’s alright, Daddy. I’m here.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beadle View Post
    Thank you. But I’m actually OK.

    I mean I’ve had a few wobbles (mainly when I’ve had to communicate back to people who are being nice to me), and there’ll doubtless be a few more of said wobbles, most notably at the funeral (which looks like it won’t be for another three and a half weeks).

    But we’d all kind of gradually made our peace with losing Dad a while back. In fact we DID lose him at some unidentifiable point in the past few years. The man who was my father was not who we said goodbye to this week.

    And there’s actually been some joy through this. We’ve been very together as a family, and a few moments have been very precious. Last night, my brother suddenly started crying while putting his kids to bed. His middle son (who is 4 years old, generally hilarious, fearless, clumsy and slightly insane) got out of bed, put his arm round my brother and just said “It’s alright, Daddy. I’m here.”
    it's good. that's very good.

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    My condolences Beadle, though I am also glad to see you seem to be OK yourself.

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    my time-skip senses are tingling in MHA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by master of read View Post
    my time-skip senses are tingling in MHA.
    Same.

    Probably not a very big one though since Shigaraki's plan is supposed to happen within a few months.

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    Trailer for the next MHA movie.


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    i never thought i could disliked a ST show more than voyager.

    then i watched "discovery".

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    Quote Originally Posted by master of read View Post
    i never thought i could disliked a ST show more than voyager.

    then i watched "discovery".
    I mean you discovered you hated it.
    "... and when the Golden Toad started to sing, there was no turning back." - grampagen (Ochazuke)

    "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn."

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    Quote Originally Posted by master of read View Post
    i never thought i could disliked a ST show more than voyager.

    then i watched "discovery".
    How can a show that is both Pre-Neelix and Post-Neelix be so bad?

    To paraphrase Futurama: They found a way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu_of_R'lyeh View Post
    I mean you discovered you hated it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dalak View Post
    How can a show that is both Pre-Neelix and Post-Neelix be so bad?

    To paraphrase Futurama: They found a way.
    i knew something was off when they revealed that spock had a foster sister whom sarek seem to favor over him.

    then that same sister decided to save a homicidal, power hungry dictator who eats people simply because she looked like her old mentor.

    i mean............it almost makes me miss neelix.

    YOU HEAR THAT, DISCOVERY?! YOU MADE ME ACTUALLY MISS NEELIX!

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    I... err.... I actually like Discovery.

    But not Neelix. Never Neelix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by master of read View Post
    i knew something was off when they revealed that spock had a foster sister whom sarek seem to favor over him.

    then that same sister decided to save a homicidal, power hungry dictator who eats people simply because she looked like her old mentor.

    i mean............it almost makes me miss neelix.

    YOU HEAR THAT, DISCOVERY?! YOU MADE ME ACTUALLY MISS NEELIX!

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    the only interesting characters were the captain and tilly.

    everyone else can climb a tree.

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    Is the Netflix version of She-Ra any good?

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