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Spider Man No Way Home
« on: Thu, 02 December 2021, 12:38:00 »
I know most of you are in your older age (20-70) here, but who has snagged tickets for them and their families here?

Are you excited for the movie? I sure am! On December 22nd, i will do matrix, followed by kingsmen. It's going to be an awesome christmas break and i am very excited :D

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 02 December 2021, 14:01:27 »
Such youthful optimism.

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 02 December 2021, 18:02:54 »

most of you are in your older age (20-70)


I am not yet 70 and I think that I am the oldest one here. Anyone heard from Terrapin recently?
“In future cases we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell.”
** by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas 2022-06-24 **
- Griswold v. Connecticut is a 1965 decision that married couples have a right to privacy, including on decisions about contraception, and that a Connecticut law banning contraceptive access even for married couples was thus unconstitutional.
- Lawrence v. Texas was a 2003 decision striking down a Texas law banning sexual acts between people of the same sex.
- Obergefell v. Hodges was the 2015 decision legalizing same-sex marriage.
What all of these decisions have in common beyond that they gave people rights that Thomas does not want them to have is that the court’s decisions invoked “substantive due process,” a legal argument Thomas thinks is in itself illegitimate.

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #3 on: Fri, 03 December 2021, 17:18:59 »
Just watched Carnage last night. I don't really like the direction they took Venom in that one, I enjoyed the 1st film way more.

But the post credits scene made absolutely zero sense to me. Why did he appear in some hotel room in the tropics? Why was Spider Man on tv with no mask? Why did he instantly focus on that weirdly with zero prompting or explanation? I'm glad Spider Man and Venom worked out their licensing differences, but that scene made no sense to me.

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #4 on: Fri, 03 December 2021, 19:13:34 »
Just watched Carnage last night. I don't really like the direction they took Venom in that one, I enjoyed the 1st film way more.

But the post credits scene made absolutely zero sense to me. Why did he appear in some hotel room in the tropics? Why was Spider Man on tv with no mask? Why did he instantly focus on that weirdly with zero prompting or explanation? I'm glad Spider Man and Venom worked out their licensing differences, but that scene made no sense to me.

LTBCarnage was kind of messy/inconsequential. They didn't deepen the lore, the movie felt like they were merely using comedy to cover up for the <pointless> cgi violence.

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #5 on: Sun, 05 December 2021, 09:51:50 »
I know most of you are in your older age (20-70)
20 is old now?!

I'm well into my 30s and may well find myself in the cinema to watch any of the movies you mentioned (not with my non existent family I might add :P) but planning in advance is not my thing.
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« Reply #6 on: Sun, 05 December 2021, 16:59:47 »
I know most of you are in your older age (20-70)
20 is old now?!

I'm well into my 30s and may well find myself in the cinema to watch any of the movies you mentioned (not with my non existent family I might add :P) but planning in advance is not my thing.

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #7 on: Mon, 06 December 2021, 06:27:02 »
20 is old compared to a pre-teen I guess.  lmao


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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #8 on: Mon, 06 December 2021, 14:25:17 »
Old is always 10 years older than you currently are, until you reach somewhere in your 40s and ask yourself, "Wait, am I the old one now??"

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« Reply #9 on: Sat, 11 December 2021, 07:22:36 »
Old is always 10 years older than you currently are, until you reach somewhere in your 40s and ask yourself, "Wait, am I the old one now??"
I always looked at it as "old" had to be more than half way dead and young me learned people should live to 70, so the bar is set at 40.  As approach it I don't think time is a good measure and instead question whether "old" is defined by lifestyle and life choices, attitude, or physical and mental decline and by any of these metrics I'm not there yet.  It's likely I'll never hit the threshold of the first two and when the last starts to affect me seriously I'll be planning my exit.
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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #10 on: Sat, 11 December 2021, 20:35:01 »
Old is always 10 years older than you currently are, until you reach somewhere in your 40s and ask yourself, "Wait, am I the old one now??"
I always looked at it as "old" had to be more than half way dead and young me learned people should live to 70, so the bar is set at 40.  As approach it I don't think time is a good measure and instead question whether "old" is defined by lifestyle and life choices, attitude, or physical and mental decline and by any of these metrics I'm not there yet.  It's likely I'll never hit the threshold of the first two and when the last starts to affect me seriously I'll be planning my exit.

Old is when you can no longer date a college girl and not come off as a creep  :))

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #11 on: Sat, 11 December 2021, 20:37:32 »
The old rule of thumb used to be "half your age + 3"
“In future cases we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell.”
** by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas 2022-06-24 **
- Griswold v. Connecticut is a 1965 decision that married couples have a right to privacy, including on decisions about contraception, and that a Connecticut law banning contraceptive access even for married couples was thus unconstitutional.
- Lawrence v. Texas was a 2003 decision striking down a Texas law banning sexual acts between people of the same sex.
- Obergefell v. Hodges was the 2015 decision legalizing same-sex marriage.
What all of these decisions have in common beyond that they gave people rights that Thomas does not want them to have is that the court’s decisions invoked “substantive due process,” a legal argument Thomas thinks is in itself illegitimate.

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #12 on: Sat, 11 December 2021, 20:39:45 »
The old rule of thumb used to be "half your age + 3"


I dunno, 33 and 60 seems gross.

I always had the rule 13 years. You date someone over/under 13 years from your age you just won't have anything to talk about. It gets worse and worse the bigger that gap gets, a 60 year old would look at a 33 year old like they were an alien. A ****able alien.

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #13 on: Sun, 12 December 2021, 03:47:50 »
Old is when you can no longer date a college girl and not come off as a creep  :))
College here finishes at 18, pretty sure it's older (21?) for you though so not so bad.  Acceptable at 30 here?  Maybe just, if she's one of the oldest in her year.

I dunno, 33 and 60 seems gross.
At this point it's not a creepy old guy looking too young it's the lady's interest that's strange.  Though probably the interest is in the inheritance rather than the guy...
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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #14 on: Thu, 16 December 2021, 08:21:32 »
Old is when you can no longer date a college girl and not come off as a creep  :))
College here finishes at 18, pretty sure it's older (21?) for you though so not so bad.  Acceptable at 30 here?  Maybe just, if she's one of the oldest in her year.

I dunno, 33 and 60 seems gross.
At this point it's not a creepy old guy looking too young it's the lady's interest that's strange.  Though probably the interest is in the inheritance rather than the guy...

Going to see spooderman no way home will let you know how it goes

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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #15 on: Fri, 17 December 2021, 04:45:00 »
Going to see spooderman no way home will let you know how it goes
Enjoy!  I'm home sick hoping it's not covid so no movies for me :(
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Re: Spider Man No Way Home
« Reply #16 on: Fri, 17 December 2021, 08:40:54 »
Theatre had no kids and i had fun watching the movie best marvel movie of the year 9/10