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  1. Arnold Schwarzenegger's favourite anime.
  2. I always imagined they were more like this.
  3. Vimy Ridge. Written, produced, directed by, and starring Canadians, of course.
  4. I know my choice for Nolan's next project isn't ship or military-related, but the news on the upcoming Bohemian Rhapsody biopic got me thinking that I'd love to see a movie on the creation of the album Rumours by Fleetwood Mac. There's a very intriguing story behind it full of love, loss, heartbreak, addiction, betrayal, and how one of the greatest albums of all time was created in the middle of this strife. I'd love to see a good director try to put it to the silver screen. If that isn't an option, I'd love to see him take a shot at making a movie about the making of the song Layla by Derek and the Dominos (In case you didn't know, Eric Clapton wrote the song as a declaration of his feelings towards Patti Boyd, who at the time was married to George Harrison). The story of it has similar themes to that of the making of Rumours.
  5. Don't use it. The slower turret traverse is never worth it.
  6. I'd love to have 20mm Oerlikons in the game that sound like this. and 40mm Bofors that sound like this.
  7. The aliens are coming! We must purge them like the heretics they are!!!
  8. I have Asperger's, bucko. I suggest that you watch what you're saying because telling me that I don't know who I am as a person and that I'm unaware of how I feel or think is something that I take VERY personally. Knowing who I am as a person is something I actually pride myself on. As for your argument, I am also fully aware that there are a lot of people out there who are smarter than I am. I suggest that if you're going to make claims about something that a lot of people have and plenty of whom are, like myself, thankful for it because it makes them who they are, you do your homework so that you don't come across as completely ignorant.
  9. That's the point I don't think Deathlord is getting. I do not care about the jet fuel part. I care about the part where a jet airliner rams into a building and explodes.
  10. The point of my argument is that I don't care about that particular aspect. There were several other factors that did the job just as effectively (if not better).
  11. Read the rest of my argument.
  12. Got my current laptop just over a week ago. Cost around $1500, but thanks to a college bursary, I got it almost for free.
  13. Even if there is any sort of truth to the "jet fuel can't melt steel beams" argument (which I have very little credence in), the sheer force of a great big commercial jet airliner hitting a building at high speed would be plenty enough to collapse it. As well, the electrical fires and the explosion on impact would also do a ton of damage. Finally, while I think that the U.S. government didn't know about what happened, I do think they quickly used it to try to justify military action in the Middle East.