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comment Will the Daredevil TV show have CGI "visualization" of his capabilities, similar to the 2003 film?
No explanation for downvotes. This is not necessarily unanswerable, opinion-based or off-topic.
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comment Better term for clergyperson?
What I meant is, I have commonly heard expressions like: Who is the clergy performing your ceremony? Maybe it is a relative neologism, but using 'clergy' as a genderless singular term in place of 'clergyperson', just like 'chair' instead of 'chairperson' is used.
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answered Better term for clergyperson?
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comment What would happen if you portalled the TARDIS inside itself?
@MrLister: Not really -- Obviously I can go talk about multiple Earths is I want to. Some languages have some pretty weird concepts of plurals, and some sci-fi works have some pretty weird uses of language, so I don't think it was at all inconceivable that you had a basis for this. It just turnd out you didn't.
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comment What would happen if you portalled the TARDIS inside itself?
@MrLister: Yeah, it's been a while. I thought you were implying there's some precedent for using -en for the generalizing plural of things for which only one really exists. Thus you would say Earth-en, Sears-Towers-en, and Brad-Pitt-en. I'd add God-en, but of course, there are none of those.
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comment What would happen if you portalled the TARDIS inside itself?
@MrLister: What are you talking about?
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comment What happens if a Wraith feeds on a Goa'uld or a Jaffa?
@MichaelEdenfield: I can see the issue with the [wraiths] tag, but why are you removing the [goauld] tag. Either the tag should be deleted, or it should be left. There's no reason to remove it from this question.
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comment Why aren't the Xindi referred to anywhere other than Enterprise?
This is actually an important point.
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comment Why is "Downton Abbey" so vague about its timeline?
Your premise is wrong. How can you say this? Some episodes are adjacent in time and some are many months apart. In some cases, a character has just become pregnant and then all of a sudden she is in labour. WWI lasted over four years. If you didn't notice this, you can't blame the series.
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asked In Season 5 of Downton Abbey, what exactly is Lady Mary's "device"?
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comment If the Federation has effective time travel, why don't they use it to correct major problems in the past?
@JasonBaker: How is it that none of the answers discuss ST2009?? Any volunteers?
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comment What year is ‘Star Trek: The Original Series’ set in?
Looking back on this two years later, I obviously meant to say 62 months, not 50. The point still stands.
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comment Doug Stamper / Frank Underwood backstory -- why is he so loyal?
@SystemDown: OK, fine, but if there's any recurring theme in House of Cards, it's that absolutely no one in the world is trustworthy, loyal, or faithful. Especially, not a political staffer.
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comment Will the Daredevil TV show have CGI "visualization" of his capabilities, similar to the 2003 film?
@AnkitSharma: Sure, but CGI is much cheaper and mature now than a decade ago.
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asked Will the Daredevil TV show have CGI "visualization" of his capabilities, similar to the 2003 film?
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asked Doug Stamper / Frank Underwood backstory -- why is he so loyal?
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comment Why aren't we getting Hulk sequels in MCU?
@JasonBaker: I don't really think that's more clear. The problem is with some ambiguity in the term "earning". "Profit" is not ambiguous. (Not that I really care, but just trying to help)
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