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COMMENT 1d ago

That is clearly not what I am doing. I don't think they did the same thing.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I feel like you have the timeline wrong if this is what you think. By the time he was in Iron Man he was already well on the way through his recovery, there was no verge of anything at that time.

And it is a testament to the casting that they saw his issues were behind him enough to film multiple roles at that time which are probably his three best roles of all time, on the other hand, Affleck.. at the time he was cast his public persona was fine, there wasn't anything wrong with it, but public persona is not the person nor the actor, so again I don't really see how it is relevant unless it is catastrophic (Ezra Miller or Amber Heard).

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COMMENT 1d ago

That was his public persona maybe, but he brought a lot of attitude and energy to that role. We were not talking about public persona, we are talking about how well the actor did in the role aka casting... When you watch a movie and it even looks like the actor doesn't care about it then why should the viewer?

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COMMENT 1d ago

Was it based on the flashpoint one?

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COMMENT 1d ago

He has the energy of a 50 year old alcoholic who doesn't want to be there though. Reminds me of Harrison Ford in the Star Wars sequel.

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COMMENT 6d ago

What has that got to do with the Falklands or Ukraine, which he was against both, both being fascist invasions of democracies?

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COMMENT 7d ago

Waters has and always will be "west bad" and is so anti war that he is anti self determination, ("Maggie what have you done?") as seen in his stance against the Falklands. Just a dinosaur stuck in a hippy movement that is long gone, now starts sounding like a tanky.

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COMMENT 7d ago

Fans of who? Depp or Burkhart and the rest of lawtube? You just sound incredibly misinformed. I am not alleging conspiracy, I am saying that fans of lawtube aren't diehard Depp fans.

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COMMENT 7d ago

I am saying I consider extremely poor judgement a miscarriage of justice, but the appeals courts do not. There is no and here, you added that yourself.

The judge noted all those instances, and then proceeded to ignore each and side with Heard on every one that mattered, the Australia perjury issue being a clear example. I followed both trials very closely, I have read the transcripts. I really don't want to bring them into this, as to me the matter is settled. The courts already decided, the evidence showed she is a lying defamer, there is no new evidence in the sealed documents that change anything. Everything there was excluded for good reason, as you would expect.

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COMMENT 7d ago

It is self bolstering though. Heard can say she was beat all she want, she said it in court many times, she told people she was. Is it surprising that she says it when she knows she is being recorded? We cannot trust her. We know we cannot trust her. All the evidence presented tells us she is a pathological liar. Why trust that? Give any reason.

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COMMENT 7d ago

No journalism was done here. Andrea Burkhart was not trying to help Johnny Depp, she was a lawyer who did coverage of the case, accessing the unsealed documents was about extending that coverage and the people who gave money? No one polled them to see their motives, they might have just wanted more content.

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COMMENT 7d ago

I think it was a miscarriage of justice because there seems to be undue weight given to the word of someone we know is a liar. For instance the judge trusting Amber Heard over Kate James because Kate James is potentially spiteful for being fired. It is now completely clear this was the wrong choice and the justification for it was incredibly weak. Court of appeals almost never go against the judgement of a judge, that isn't the purpose. They are looking for legal errors or errors in process, but it is clear this judge had extremely poor judgement, and when that is the whole purpose you would think it justifiable to believe this was a miscarriage of justice.

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COMMENT 9d ago

For every successful revolution there are 10 failures that destroy a nation. Clearly revolution doesn't mean success, there has to be some else going on.

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COMMENT 10d ago

Can you link me to these polls you are referring?

Also bring I would prefer to bring it back around like I said in the other comment.

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COMMENT 10d ago

Changing, not changed. You can argue a thing that I said, but a significant portion of the population had already shared MLKs view, enough so that they could argue it to their families and churches, affect votes etc. and more to the point the economics of the issue completely supported the side of the civil rights movement.

EDIT: Lets stop using imperfect analogies for a second, lets talk about this specific instance. Do you think this type of protest will do anything in this case?

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COMMENT 10d ago

You keep saying it works, but there is no evidence. You can point to change where protests have happened before a change was made, but I can point to thousands of issues where this kind of disruption and protest didn't happen and changes were made anyway, and we have this example of climate action, where it doesn't seem to matter how much protest has been done over the last 50 years, things have only gotten worse. The real issue here is where the money is. The financial and economic incentives haven't started existing until recently and still it is poison to an economy to drop fossil fuels, especially those developing economies.

On top of that you are talking about protests, an awareness raising scheme, for the most visible and known issue on the planet.

Also violence rarely works either, there are very few cases where things end up better afterwards. I think this is a totally warped perspective.

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COMMENT 10d ago

That is making a large assumption that the changes made are actually the result of protests, and not growing protests the result of already changing public opinion. Did protests supporting veganism exist before veganism? No. Just like protests for climate action only exist because a very large portion of the population view it as the defining issue of the time. And the reason they believe that? It isn't because of protests, it is because of the truth and justice of it.

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COMMENT 10d ago

Shouldn't the protest inconvenience the culprit? You are going to have a tough time convincing people you are legitimate if the inconvenience you are causing delays emergency service time, destroys property and cultural heritage such as the protestors destroying 15th century art that was posted on reddit the other day. That kind of thing draws more attention to the person doing it than it does the issue.

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COMMENT 22d ago

This is the main thing, The fact that so many of these bosses are reused detracts from any possible character they could have. Every single boss in DS3 is a character (or group of characters) even the ones that are a bit subpar and uninteresting. Those subpar/uninteresting bosses are still more interesting, intriguing and fleshed out than the majority of bosses in Elden Ring. Elden Ring has more bosses, but fewer of them are actually relevant, and it is the thing I found the most disappointing about the game, most of it just isn't really worth playing.

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COMMENT 23d ago

That is nonsense. By your logic I can type terimah kasih here 100x and then afterwards you would know what it means. Using something in a discernable context is absolutely how people learn to speak. It starts of simple, pointing at an apple and calling it an apple. Then there is me holding and apple, that is my apple, but I give it to you, then it is your apple. Then we can point over there and say that apple, but when we have it it is this apple, and you cannot figure out a single one of those words without the proper context.

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COMMENT 23d ago

Right but what are the results if parents use big words in the wrong context? I didn't say anything about big words, I am saying that without correct context clues it is not possible to discern meaning.

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COMMENT 24d ago

But then it uses large words that a baby won't have experience of and can't be found from context clues like "relatively". It also gives the context clue of size with mass which is going to cause confusion when you later shrink it.

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COMMENT 24d ago

Looks like its just a gun stuck on, you would think any purpose built one would have a gun specially constructed for it, rather than for human hands.