Gamebreaker

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  1. Gamebreaker

    The Official "Marvel" Thread (Movies,Comics etc)

    While I see what you mean, there is a huge section of Spider-Man comics where Peter uses his own technology to improve his tech. And Stark did give him an Iron Spider suit around the time of the Civil War in the comics, so all of that stuff is rooted in comic lore just as much as Spider-Man being a solo act was. There is this overarching "can I be a real hero?" story arc for the third season that really works, especially considering the differing opinions of the characters on what a hero actually is. But I think some of the final episode undoes some of what they developed, especially the last shot, but I get they wanted to keep it open ended considering the character has a chance to return on Disney+.
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    The Official "Marvel" Thread (Movies,Comics etc)

    Jessica and Trish are sisters on the show, that's why they put up with each other. I finished the the third season, it was actually better than the second season, but not by much. I think I can see why the actress who portrays JJ wasn't going to continue even if Netflix was still doing Marvel shows. The writers remind me of the writers for Supergirl, they don't have any clue how to write for the main character, and without being able to use strong storylines from the comics to use(for both characters, not being able to cast the right supporting characters prevents the better storylines from being used), they elevate the supporting characters that no one gives a crap about.
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    Xbox One Vs Ps4

    Bethesda sucks. That is all.
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    The Official "Marvel" Thread (Movies,Comics etc)

    I thought Chris Evans was good in a movie called Sunshine. Space flick. But yeah, he's pretty mediocre with not much range. Cap seems pretty easy to portray.
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    "When They See Us" Miniseries on Netflix about Central Park 5

    Where does this statistic come from? Does it take into account the number of cases that don't go to trial? Is it taking into account the number of times that a prosecutor overcharges the suspect to apply pressure on them to take a plea deal, despite the suspect may not be actually guilty? Or that some people plead guilty so that they don't sit in jail waiting for trial?
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    Xbox One Vs Ps4

    Games I'm looking forward to post-E3. 1. Cyberpunk 2077 2. Gears 5 3. Halo Infinite 4. Jedi Fallen Order 5. Borderlands 3 6. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 7. Final Fantasy 7 Remake 8. Watchdogs Legion 9. My Friend Pedro 10. Fire Emblem Three Houses 11. Astral Chain 12. 12 Minutes 13. Ori 2 14. Avengers 15. Wolfenstein Youngbloods
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    Xbox One Vs Ps4

    That combat looked perfect. I mean, it's the perfect blend of the original game's system in a more modern game's setting. I can't wait to play it next year.
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    Xbox One Vs Ps4

    Yeah, I really enjoyed GRIS. And I'm usually not into platformers like that. Stadia is gonna bomb. They no exclusive content for their service. Without exclusive games, there really isn't any reason to go to Stadia. Plus I think a lot of people are leery of Google's commitment when they enter new markets.
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    Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

    Why hold children to a standard you don't even hold adults to?
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    Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

    They wanted Noone to plead out so she wouldn't have to do any jail time waiting for trial. They knew damn well she wasn't the woman in the video, but finding the right person isn't really their goal. There has been a history of this kind of prosecutorial misconduct in PA.
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    Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

    https://www.npr.org/2019/05/24/726887624/san-francisco-police-chief-apologizes-for-raid-on-home-of-freelance-journalist San Francisco Police Union Demands Chief's Resignation Over Raid Of Journalist's Home Scott had issued an apology Friday for a recent raid on the home of a freelance journalist, Bryan Carmody, in connection with the unauthorized leak of a police report about the death of the city's former public defender, Jeff Adachi. He told the San Francisco Chronicle that applications for warrants to search Carmody's home did not adequately identify him as a journalist. Scott also said the officers who executed the warrants violated department policy by not first consulting with the district attorney's office. The police union said Scott knew Carmody was a journalist, ordered the investigation and deceived the author of the search warrant about Carmody's press status.
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    Game of Thrones Season 8

    Grey Worm should've never even had a say it in anyway. He isn't a noble, and he was leaving as soon as that business was done. Likewise, Grey Worm not killing Jon immediately, or at least dying in the attempt makes the whole thing ridiculous to begin with.
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    Game of Thrones Season 8

    Nah, her ancestor did the same exact thing to Harrenhal when he first came to Westeros. He used his burning of Harrenhal and everyone inside as an example to the other Kings who had yet to surrender. The Stark King chose to bend the knee than subject his people to the same fate. Maybe Dany thought her doing the same to Kings Landing would bring the same result, but I doubt it....she was just angry. Her words in the finale are just her coming to terms with what she did and justifying it.
  14. https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/05/23/this-book-criticizes-racism-justice-system-arizona-prisoners-arent-allowed-read-it/?utm_term=.92fb5104854e 'The author of a book critiquing the criminal justice system has an assignment for the state corrections department that just banned his work: Read it. “Chokehold: Policing Black Men” by Paul Butler is an award-winning, critically acclaimed 256-page treatise on the racism in America’s ways of policing, prosecuting and punishing. And if you’re an inmate in an Arizona prison, you won’t be able to find a copy. The Arizona Department of Corrections banned the book earlier this year, claiming its contents are “detrimental to the safe, secure, and orderly operation” of the state’s penitentiaries. But the policy has prompted both condemnation and threats of legal action, and critics say it amounts to unlawful and mean-spirited censorship.' In addition to Arizona, North Carolina and New Jersey also banned "The New Jim Crow" from their prisons, which they were sued and it has since been reversed. Texas bans a lot of books, except Hitler's Mein Kampf and two books written by David Duke.