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Q: What can I do about every non-Tolkien fantasy book feeling "fake" or a "rip-off"?

GollumAlthough I remember enjoying the first few books of Wheel of Time, and it had several very interesting concepts such as alternate dimensions and time travel (?), it never really stuck with me the way that The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit did. (Silmarillion also "feels good to have read", and ...

 
 
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4:26 AM
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Q: How much chicken could you possibly consume?

okaythatscoolBy the way, I'm talking about a 3.5-ounce chicken breast with no spice, nothing but chicken.

 
 
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10:15 AM
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Q: Name of the ghost horror movie?

Venkatesh GotimukulI remember a ghost horror movie more than 2 decades old where a church father and his apprentice come to a old house/castle and perform some ritual and the father says to apprentice not to touch anything. The apprentice sees a white ball and touches it, the ball grows in size and sucks his hand i...

 
 
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1:19 PM
@Marvin such a crazy question to post here
 
2:01 PM
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Q: I need help finding a good anime

okaythatscoolSo, I'm trying to find a pretty good anime that'll be fun to watch. If anyone has an idea, shoot it at me. (By the way, if anyone says JJBA, I'm watching that currently, you fools.)

 
 
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3:16 PM
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Q: What are major some differences between a turned vampire and a born vampire?

TheKnowledgeSeekerI know that the lore various a lot between the variety of different universes that contain vampires, but what are some common differences found between vampires that are born like humans (e.g. from the womb), and vampires that are turned (e.g. dead or living humans infected with vampirism)?

 
3:32 PM
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Q: Why does Scar reveal to Simba what happened?

user132588In the climax of The Lion King, Scar is about to kill Simba and he reveals to him that he, himself, was the one who murdered Mufasa in the gorge. As a viewer, I have never understood why Scar would want to reveal to Simba that he killed Mufasa if he was going to kill him.

 
 
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4:56 PM
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Q: What is the movie name (Alien toys similar to Small Soldiers but way scarier)?

Venkatesh GotimukulThe movie is about a house where thunder strikes and aliens/ghosts enter the toys, and there are good toys as well. This may sound exactly like Small Soldiers movie but it is way old movie, like may be couple of decades older. One scene I remember from the movie is a bad alien drills hole into an...

 
5:22 PM
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Q: Story about old video game console, a yard sale, and giant robotic cockroaches?

Ceramicmrno0bI read a ebook story once, it was pretty short I think, but it was pretty funny. I think the cover had some sort of 8-bit type art on a white background but I might be wrong. I read it a few years ago but I'm not sure when it was published. Here's what I can remember; Starts with a kid who wants...

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Q: How can the travel be followed in the control room?

ShadeIn the control room of the SGC, there is a star map that can be used to follow the traveller through the wormhole, know where on the way they are, the destination of the wormhole and so on. I understand that this is mostly to help viewers to visualize the travel through the Stargate. But has it e...

 
6:12 PM
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Q: What's the deal with Stargate:Atlantis' Peter Grodin's accent?

ThePopMachineThis has always bothered me. Wikipedia states: Craig Ian Veroni is a South African-born Canadian actor from Vancouver best known for his role as Dr. Peter Grodin on Stargate Atlantis. Stargate wikia states that: Grodin was British, held a PhD, and was a scientist, as well as a Spanish speaker ...

 
 
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7:27 PM
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Q: TV Episode involving a male and a female reporter where she gets the exciting pieces including one involving a werewolf

FuzzyBootsI think I saw this on PBS somewhere in the late 1980s to the early 1990s. It might have been a segment on a show like 3-2-1 Contact or Electric Company. The core scene sticking in my head involves a pair of reporters, one male and one female. The man thinks that the woman gets all of the exciting...

 
7:50 PM
Is "The Magic Roundabout" on-topic? Is it fantasy because it has "magic" in the title?
 
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Q: A question about "The Magic Roundabout" cartoon

FlatAssemblerNear the beginning of the "The Magic Roundabout" 2005 cartoon, one of the protagonists, Zebedee, claims that there is a magical diamond hidden in the roundabout which the antagonist Zeebad could use to freeze the sun. Near the end of the film, that is proven wrong (the diamond was not actually in...

 
8:42 PM
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Q: Name of cartoon animated children's show?

Venkatesh GotimukulThe series was about bunch of cartoon characters that look like tribal people. I remember one episode where the people use barter system(exchange goods for goods) but they come up with unique plan of printing money using two stones, an imprint on the top stone and pressing it on leaves giving the...

 
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Q: In Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, why didn’t the Magratheans build a faster computer when the technology was available?

DougWhy didn’t the Magratheans wait for computers to be over 8 million times faster to simply build another Deep Thought to calculate the answer to the question of life the Universe and everything and get the answer in under one year? Based on "Moore's law" it should have taken less than 50 years for...

 
 
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Q: In Star Trek IV how does Sulu know how to fly a Huey?

DougSulu states he used to fly them in his academy days, but should we take that statement at face value? If the statement is accurate, why would he learn on hundred plus year old technology? Today, a person might learn to operate a sailboat, but a professional would learn on a modern boat and not le...

 

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