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  1. Yeah, presumably because things are, to some degree, what she desires to be the case. But it seems she knows (to some degree or in some sense) that "others" are intruding or interfering, but she either doesn't care or I guess thinks that maybe she can just have her cake and eat it too. I guess the season might unfold to her realizing that is not a tenable option though.
  2. Yeah, although there is also a chance that she is complicit in it too to some degree. She seems to be at at least partly "in control" of it, possibly because she wants to have Vision "back" and/or because she wants to have a child/a child with him. I think it might be a little of both. Some other "power" might have put her there, or something like that, but she thinks she can "control it" enough to get what she wants from it but deny the nefarious forces what they want out of it, perhaps.
  3. Seems like it, but also I think it is somewhat "confirmed" that the story is taking things from House of M and The Vision comics as well. Paul Bettany basically confirms this. How it seems to be referenced in the show so far.
  4. .H.


    "Are crabs robots? In what way isn't a crab a robot? I guess I understand that BMO's not a crab, but I don't understand why BMO's not a crab."
  5. It's Warhammer 40K lore. The Eye of Chaos is an opening to the Warp, which ships use Geller Fields to navigate without it killing them (among other things it might do).
  6. I have a Kobo Clara HD which is decent. I don't think it will really knock anyone's socks off, but it does what I want it to and it wasn't too expensive. Also, I love that it is just a USB device, no proprietary software needed to move books on or off. Then again, this is my first eReader, so maybe there are other, better ones I just don't know about.
  7. Indeed, we need to get down to the real hard-hitting question of "whether a Million of Maiar testicles may not fit upon a Needle's point?"
  8. Oh, boy, Stanton is back tonight. Should we start the pool on how many games he can last this time? I'm thinking less than 14 this time...
  9. If only...but going to 7 games versus Phily took too much out of them, I think. They played tired and Tampa was astronomically faster/better in every way last night. I don't know that they ever really catch back up. I was really hoping maybe the Islanders could catch them a little rusty and steal the series in 6. After that showing though, they will need be lucky to get to game 6.
  10. .H.

    Bakker LVII

    Well, read this as you like then.
  11. .H.

    Bakker LVII

    Alas...the series isn't over and the fact that it was anarcane ground might been one of, or maybe even the biggest, contributing factor to it having been spared in the First Apocalypse, so plausibly might matter in the Second?
  12. Well, I have no idea if it might mean anything for older Forgotten Realms products, but Magic: The Gathering is getting a new set, next year, that is set in the Forgotten Realms.
  13. Yeah, we just had a little water get wind-driven in the house and lost a cosmetic shutter. My wife's cousins live in Lake Charles though, one, who is due to have their first child in five weeks, had a lot of damage to their house. Roof ripped off, ceiling collapsed, the house might well be completely done for from what I saw.
  14. Of course not, but at the same time, "wir sehen hiermit wieder die Sprache als das Dasein des Geistes."
  15. .H.

    Bakker LVII

    I think of it, personally, as the difference between pleromatic time and experiential time. In Hegel's sort of terms, it is Unchanging Being vs Finite Being, another "frame" of Universals vs. Particulars. The question, much like the question of Platonic Forms vs. material, is, how could the two interact? And, what would it look like if they did?
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