Favorite Questions and Answers from Third Quarter 2022

Top Question

The top voted question was A man drives the last gas guzzler car. . . but he has a secret asked by Covertwalrus and answered by FuzzyBoots


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Best Answer

The question with the highest answer was Does everyone always eat, drink and sleep for free everywhere in Middle-earth? asked by Robert Columbia and the highest answer by Shamshiel

 


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Most Viewed

The most viewed question was Why couldn’t the Ring be taken to Gondor by sea? asked by Joe and answered by Shamshiel

 


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Most Controversial

The most controversial post came from Why does Ender Wiggin win all the time if he is always outnumbered, weaker, and physically/materially inferior? 

Bounties

There were 16 bounties rewarded for a total of 1275 rep. 

Blog Posts

August

Prey (2022) – In 100 words or less Spoiler Free

Jack’s Bad Movies: Johnny Mnemonic (1995)

July

Favorite Questions and Answers from Second Quarter 2022

It’s Time to Give Star Trek: The Motion Picture Another Look

Favorite Questions and Answers from First Quarter 2022

Top Question and Answer

The top voted question was What does Pratchett’s “poets notwithstanding” joke mean? asked by Korosia and answered with the top voted answer by Clara Diaz Sanchez.


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Most Viewed

The most viewed question was In what context did Tolkien say “evil cannot create anything new”? asked by Gerlog Leuhof and answered by OrangeDog

 


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Most Controversial

The most controversial post came from What is the significance of Denethor eating the tomato?

Bounties

There were 34 bounties rewarded for a total of 6325 rep. 

Blog Posts

March

Netflix’s Space Force: Season 2

The Batman in 100 words or less – Spoiler Free

February

Jack’s Bad Movies: Ai Love You


January

Orson Scott Card’s The Last Shadow

Favorite Questions and Answers from Fourth Quarter 2021

Users Posts

There were no user submitted questions or answers. 

2020 – A year of alien invasions

If movies set in the future are any indication of reality (and I think we can safely say that they are) 2020 is going to be a bleak year for humanity.  

Edge Of Tomorrow: Live Die Repeat (2014)

This movie actually concludes in 2020, with an ongoing war with alien oppressors from 2015. If you haven’t seen it on the news it is probably because of liberal bias. At least we have mech-suits. 

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Jack’s Bad Movies: Predator 2 (1990)

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Amidst a territorial gang war in 1997, a sophisticated alien hunter stalks the citizens of Los Angeles and the only man between him and his prey is veteran L.A.P.D. officer, Lieutenant Mike Harrigan.

This movie opens with Mike R. Harrigan (Danny Glover) involved in a major shootout with the gangs of LA. From the movie’s perspective, this is set in the future, specifically 1997. Not sure why that is relevant to anything though. A predator is watching the battle, something we only know because we saw the first movie (this movie basically requires you to have seen Predator (1987)).

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