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    [–] [no spoilers] I love the avengers fans a breath taking moment in the theater CricketPinata 1 points ago in marvelstudios

    They are at a midnight showing of the new Avengers movie.

    Some fans brought instruments so they could do a performance of the main Avenger's Theme before the movie started: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOabQZHT4qY

    Everyone is wearing those beanies because this is in Israel, Israel is a majority Jewish country on the Mediterranean in between Egypt and Jordan and underneath Lebanon.

    The beanies are called "Kippah", and it's a traditional headcovering that Jews are expected to wear for religious reasons: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kippah

    I don't know what they are all doing on their phones.

    [–] [no spoilers] I love the avengers fans a breath taking moment in the theater CricketPinata 1 points ago in marvelstudios

    Yea, I am going to wait until it's over so I can get popcorn, also so I can avoid the first weekend crowds.

    [–] [no spoilers] I love the avengers fans a breath taking moment in the theater CricketPinata 3 points ago in marvelstudios

    Maybe American Jews call it Yarmulke because of the prevalence of Yiddish in Early Jewish immigrants.

    [–] [MCU/Black Panther] How much Vibranium is left to mine in Wakanda? Are they going to run out any time soon? CricketPinata 1 points ago * (lasted edited 2 hours ago) in AskScienceFiction

    They haven't been mining it in a huge industrial capacity until relatively recently.

    Fragments of the asteroid probably came off during impact, they used the early fragments to carve and shape other fragments that came off and used them as mining tools to mine more.

    They made weapons and shields and armor out of them and could entirely subjugate any other tribe around them who challenged them.

    They traded a little bit, and probably got great wealth by selling a few artifacts like the hand-axe we saw in the film.

    The Vibranium could be used as an essentially perfect tool, it essentially put Wakanda into the Iron Age immediately after the consolidation of the Five Tribes, thousands of years ago.

    So it would allow them to skip over needing to discover stone and bronze technologies, and jump straight to something that can be used like iron but never wears down.

    So perfect tools of every kind that never wear down, less work is needed to basically do most physical tasks, cutting stone, cutting and shaping other metals, farming plows, it all becomes dramatically easier and faster.

    All while being able to be a light metal that is impervious to external damage even in thin sheets.

    [–] Wantrepreneur Wednesday! - (April 24, 2019) CricketPinata 1 points ago in Entrepreneur

    I feel it would be a good idea to smart small, stay niche, and see if you can get solid sales going, once you have sold a few and it's a solid concept that people need, make a bigger order.

    Eventually, IKEA is going to probably notice someone buying huge orders of this specific piece, so I would keep it small, to start.

    In the long-term if you are making enough money from it, I would look into seeing if you could get a clone of the item manufactured for you directly from a Chinese source.

    [–] James Cameron's Terminator 3 - The Greatest Movie Never Made CricketPinata 2 points ago in fixingmovies

    Also within the podcast you pitch your own versions of the various ideas after explaining the history of it.

    [–] What is the best corndog in nashville? CricketPinata 1 points ago in nashville

    Yea, I will probably send them a message on FB or something, I was just hoping that the person who mentioned it before might know off the top of their head.

    [–] What is the best corndog in nashville? CricketPinata 1 points ago in nashville

    There are certain kinds of meat I can't eat, I am asking on the off chance they explained if they used beef or pork or what on the menu, because if it's a meat I can eat I would go and check it out.

    [–] Why do good directors go bad? CricketPinata 1 points ago in RedLetterMedia

    I mean that's your opinion, but not the consensus. It is considered the weakest Indiana Jones films by most people, but it still has a "middle of the road" to slightly above-average-score both critically and from audiences.

    It is considered a pretty "average" film by all accounts.

    Spielberg's last film to get under a 70% critical consensus on Rotten Tomatoes is 1997's "Lost World", the last film to get under a 50% is 1991's "Hook".

    "Hook" is considered critically his weakest film, at under 30% giving positive reviews, his next weakest is "1941" with a high 30's score.

    Spielberg hasn't had a film that was both a critical and box-office dud for nearly 40 years.

    [–] Goodbye Fond Object CricketPinata 1 points ago * (lasted edited 17 hours ago) in nashville

    It doesn't have to be something I have grown up with to value it. There are a lot of good memories that could get associated with a place over 6 years, especially with one of the founders dying recently.