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  1. Good times... http://www.iflscience.com/environment/flatearthers-experiment-goes-viral-just-not-in-the-way-hed-hoped/
  2. Pretty sure he has, actually. Didn't he react negatively to the batteries that were brought 'for the tape recorder'? There's also the fact that he forced people to leave their phones outside, rather than just turn them off. And I can't remember exactly, but I'm pretty sure Jimmy asked him if he'd be able to sense it, and then the way he reacted when he had it in his hand...... he clearly BELIEVES it would affect him. To me it seems pretty cut and dried that he believed that batteries affect him. the science is irrelevant, because there;s no science behind any of it, including the electromagnetic field part. it's completely made up.
  3. the point was that he CLAIMED he would know about it. Debating the technical realities is irrelevant, since it's not a real disease anyway. There are no hard and fast scientific rules except the ones Chuck invents.
  4. yeah. This is my big complaint with the show this season. These guys are able to predict EXACTLY what the other guy will do. Except when the other guy needs to win, then THAT guy can predict what the other guy is going to do exactly. The 'is there something in your pocket? there's no battery in your phone, is there?' is the most recent, but far from only, example. Why was that even in there? it was so contrived and so unnecessary to the plot. People are not robots, and just do not react in ways that are that completely predictable down to the littlest detail. I'm having a really hard time suspending my disbelief.
  5. Swordfish

    American Gods on Starz

    I read the book a long time ago, but I don't really remember much about it. I'm trying to decide when the best time is for a re-read, and I might just watch this til the end and revisit the book in a couple years.
  6. A friend of mine got their daughter two gerbils, and one of the cannibalized the other ones face off.
  7. They didn't charge him with destroying evidence, as far as I know. That was a key part of Chuck's plan from the beginning. To get Jimmy in court without going into the details about what was on the tape.
  8. it's clear the contents of the tape are not going to be discussed in the trial, and nothing Jimmy did that day, all of which was witnessed by two people, indicated he was acting out of concern for Chuck. But again, I guess we'll see.
  9. I just don't think it's relevant, given the charges, which are pretty cut and dried, regardless of Chuck's mental state. What's in the confession is irrelevant and unlikely to be discussed, so i don't know why you're even bringing that up. We'll find out I guess in the next couple weeks.
  10. Just about everything Jimmy said after he kicked the door in, just to start.......
  11. I don't remember that. Thanks!
  12. Hmmm... Interesting. I assumed that the cinnabon was between BCS and Breaking bad,.
  13. Except you have two other witnesses that can discredit that entire story. Given the fact that we know Jimmy ends up working in a cinnabon, I don't know why you guys think he's getting out of this.
  14. He kicked in the door and destroyed property that didn't belong to him. You can't do that, even if the homeowner is crazy.
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