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Enjoyed Age of Ultron, although I thought it was a little overstuffed with plots that could have and should have had their more movies or just a teensy bit more time to develop (Vision, the twins, and heck even the "romance" between Black Widow and Hulk). And there's something that happens in the third act that makes me want to dock the movie a full grade. Y'know, there was one thing that really drew me to the movie, and they broke it. Something something, probably something to do with avoiding heavy contractual obligations, something something, CHRIS SMASH anyway. But, hey, at least they fleshed out Hawkguy and made him the Ma-Ti of the group.
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Yeah...I was not expecting that. And even after I was half-expecting an eleventh-hour save that undid it.
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I was once laughed at for keeping a few Transformers on the desk in my room when I shared a house with some people in California. My room was being shown to a friend of the others in the house, since I was planning on leaving due to differences with one of my housemates. (In short: He was a self-centered asshole.) That friend brought his then-girlfriend along, who peeked in my room and then ran out to laugh in the hallway because, "That guy is never going to get laid!" The fact that decor like this is even offered feels like some sort of vindication of my choices - and it's additional vindication that I clearly don't need.

That said, I would never do this to my dwelling. Not with Transformers. Not with Mega Man. Not with Spider-Man. I could never have a home with a singular theme. But those backlit SHIELD and arc reactor TV mounts are pretty awesome. If my disposable income grows substantially, I'll look into them.
Imagine if after seeing the midnight showing of The Avengers: Age of Ultron, you could go home to an Avengers-themed apartment and go to sleep with Iron Man watching over you. If you contract with Singapore's Absolook Interior Design, this dream could become a reality. The company's portfolio on Facebook shows off a variety of gorgeous projects, but none are quite as geeky (or even close to as geeky) as this Avengers-inspired decor. The superhero...
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the then-girlfriend sounds like an asshole, too.
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Microsoft's new internet browser will be called Microsoft Edge. No one is going to call it E, so it's probably going to be called ME. Which is great because Microsoft already has strong brand recognition with that acronym.
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The next time someone sends me a message saying, "Forget my password," I really want to say, "Trust me, it's already forgotten."
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Using the serious tag on AskReddit is serious business, seriously.
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Must be tired. My fingers know where to go, just not when to go. An applicant over the phone wanted to update her information with a Gmail address. I typed mgila after typing everything else in perfectly. What the hell?
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New Dragon Ball? To be honest, I never made it through either portion of the Dragon Ball TV series, vanilla or Z-flavored. This series, though, is something I might give a chance. Maybe it'll be on Hulu.
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I didn't realize it until now, but I need one of these in Michigan. I've got a lot of money-sinking hobbies as it is, but this one would get me out of the house more and make me more social. Or it could reveal just how far out of shape I am. Still fun, though.
 
whaaaa?

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Swedish gaming company Boda Borg is opening its first North American location.
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I've never watched The Wire, but I kind of want to now. He expresses a very clear view of the problems with this country, and it's best distilled down to this one quote: "Are we all in this together or are we all not?"
The man behind the hit series "The Wire" gave an impromptu speech about the divide between rich and poor in America.
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Ah, yes! It is on Prime Instant. Maybe I'll look into it over the summer.
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Changing people's minds is hard. If they want to continue being small-minded and without compassion regarding things, there's probably very little I can do about it.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments on marriage equality this week! I wonder if they discuss the issue amongst themselves? I imagine it would go a little something... like this. It’s almost that...
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Captain Americauliflower. Nothing beats that name.
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The Hotline Miami series probably shouldn't be something that I enjoy, but I've found myself the last couple of nights debating whether or not I can fit in one last stage before going to sleep. The experience of the games is hypnotic in a way that I would never have guessed for games as unnecessarily violent as they are. The Lo-Fi-ness of it all probably does it for me. I'm a sucker for the faux 16-bit graphics, fixed overhead view, and 80's era inspired enhanced chiptune music. Sometimes I think it would be nice if I could live in two states, one in which I get to sleep but the other in which I finish off Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number.
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