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  1. Tywin et al.

    Westworld IX; 03.22.20 Divergence - Westeros.org

    Hard to say. I always understood the initial entrance into the park to be taking place during The Man in Black's timeline, not young William's.
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    Westworld IX; 03.22.20 Divergence - Westeros.org

    They would absolutely have that. But why would they have replicates? That was supposed to be foreign to the "real" humans from season one. Just watch the first episode again. It blew the new guests away.
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    Star Trek Thread: Set Picard to Stun (spoilers)

    Who says Jace isn't kewl?
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    Westworld IX; 03.22.20 Divergence - Westeros.org

    Why would they have robots in the real world? From season one, the people from "the real world" seemed amazed by the existence of said robots.
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    Careerchat IV

    I'm curious as to how people will react to getting their temperatures taken when they go into stores, bars and restaurants. Could you imagine doing that at your gym?
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    Westworld IX; 03.22.20 Divergence - Westeros.org

    It's a joke, and the point is you cannot say they're not in a park.
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    Careerchat IV

    No, just the opposite. The sharks will eat. Then what?
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    Westworld IX; 03.22.20 Divergence - Westeros.org

    Real worlds don't have robots. :-P
  9. Tywin et al.

    Westworld IX; 03.22.20 Divergence - Westeros.org

    A dream within a dream.
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    Westworld IX; 03.22.20 Divergence - Westeros.org

    Called it.
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    Careerchat IV

    Missed this. First, necessity promotes and triggers change. Much of the work force can be automated. It just needs a little nudge, and what happens with a pandemic and a bunch of sharks looking to swim? Progress. Second, I'm basing it on people's fear to go out. If we can an all clear in two weeks, we'd be fine. Two months? Idk. A year? That's pretty bad, no? You're being overly optimistic here, which is weird because you're one cynical bastard!
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    What's for Dinner part 8.

    Sometimes mistakes can be good things. We cooked a turkey for six hours, three on the grill and three in the oven. It was covered in honey, brown sugar, and a personal spicy recipe I use for pork. Shit is damn good, especially with some home made mashed potatoes.
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    Who Pays the Coronaman? - Covid #8

    Unreal. I just walked my dog down the middle of a road in Minneapolis. I barely saw anyone. Seems like things are going smoothly.
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    R,I.P. Thread

    Didn't realize The Gambler passed away. He will always be a legend!
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    US Politics: Get Tested or Get Bested

    Been, debating whether or not to clean mine out and go outside with it. Stinks the house up too much, and homeboy and his GF are making a turkey with mashed potatoes. Regarding masks, am I a bad person for telling my mom to give me some from her office since its closed anyways?
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