Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Sibyl, Jun 16, 2017.
Sky High sequel finally green lit.
Oh great another super hero movie
Sky High is a freaking amazing movie. If it ever got a sequel I'd be all in.
Yes I liked the original but at the moment I'm kind of done with that genre
I'm done with Marvel and DC but I'd welcome another take.
Well if they can keep the fun and humor of the original I'm fine... And hamster girl
Guinea pig, actually. Kelly Vitz certainly went to at least as much town as Sam Rockwell and Nicolas Cage did in G-FORCE. I've lived in houses with several GPs over the years, and while the SOAPDISH comment is true for some of them, they're excellent at shooting out triple ''weeks'' when hungry, and even consuming their own pp at times.
What reality TV should I watch on Max? Why hasn’t there been a remake of the Voyagers! TV show? Why do people fall for spiritualist cons even after Houdini went out of his way to debunk these in the past?
And best of all, how much longer can the MCU continue?
Found a folded $20 bill on the floor at the store. Picked it up, looked around, no one seemed to be acting like they lost money. Of course, no way to prove ownership. Before I opened it, I kept hoping, "Don't be a bible tract, don't be a bible tract, don't be a bible tract." And it wasn't. Yay!
I've often wondered that as well.
I also wondered why the original show had Bogg's Omni hard-coded so it couldn't go any later than 1970. They never explained that part.
Or why he almost always wore the same outfit regardless of time period.
So many things to nitpick in Voyagers.. The clothes thing always bugged me, wouldn't they stand out?
Pretty common in 80s programming. Characters always wore the same outfit.
In the pilot he was going to see Columbus, so it made sense. In other episodes, the outfit didn't really work. And some episodes he would change clothes, which made sense again. As a kid, I found it entertaining. I wish it would have gone for more than one season.
So I saw on YouTube a news story about a nun that was dug up after being buried four years ago that apparently didn’t decompose. The story also said that she wasn’t embalmed.
Lots of questions. Why did they dig her back up after four years? Why wasn’t she embalmed? And finally why do people want to see her? I don’t get it.
Is it common practice that if you’re a nun they dig you back up after four years? If so, when did this practice start? And what do they hope to find?
This is the first I ever heard of this.
Is she being considered for canonization, perhaps?
IIRC, that’s one of the items on the ‘checklist’ (for want of a term) that is done, to show that the person is incorruptible, and thus ‘saintly’ or of ‘saintly demeanor’.
(Note: I’m sure I’m botching the terms and what not, being nowhere near a diehard or devout person, so bear with me/apologies, etc.)
It would depend on the circumstances of her death.
4 years seems short but maybe the rules have changed.
IGN posted an article on how to watch the Mission: Impossible movies in order. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
IGN hey? Are they even worthy?
Please forgive my ignorance, but just curious as to how exhuming the body shows that one way or the other?
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