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I’m afraid I don’t understand how there’s going to be a civil war in the Marvel universe, at least not on movie theaters…

HYDRA’s exposed and on the run.

Everyone on Earth already knows the secret identities of every Avenger (and SHIELD member) with the exception of Falcon, Ant-Man, Wasp, and Vision.

…so the “no more secrets, everyone reveals themselves” match is no longer there to set the Avengers aflame into a civil war.

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 TeaDarkA  ...I shall enter.

Looks like fun.  I'm going to give it a try; will you?
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typing in www.paypal.com/mycash keeps taking me back to /myaccount

...but perhaps that is because they're setting this up?  www.paypal-attheregister.com/F…

Interesting.
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Been housebound for two days now, and may be housebound for another week at least.  I'll be glad when my eye clears up.
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It was a great film, full of great references to the first three films.

Three observations occur to me:

1.  It was a good idea but your right hand didn't know what your left hand was doing.  (Indominus vs Raptor militants)

2.  Probably the best way to recover from whatever ending this movie had (I sadly missed it this first viewing), is to hope it takes place during Avengers: Age of Ultron...the news stations will be so focused on Sokovia and the near-extinction, that by the time anyone covers InGen's latest incident, it won't have the immediacy (and will probably get eclipsed by something else in the news)

3.  What would happen if someone dropped mutagen on Isla Nublar?  (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles style mutagen)
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I tried signing in, and was told I was using an outdated version.

Really?  Is *that* why I can't make a deposit?
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Prompted by ZoPteryx's   Here we go again!So I got tagged back by :iconSheather888:. :)
Okay, I'm not going to repeat the rules because I won't be tagging anyone at the end of this.  The buck stops here!!!
However, I will post some questions at the end for anyone to answer if they want to. :D
13 Things About Me:
1.  This is only the second one of these tag-thingys I've ever done.
2.  I once grabbed a rattlesnake by the tail on accident.  I very quickly let it go when I felt the rattle vibrating in my hand!
3.  So last Wednesday (while killing some time before my last final exam) I got rear-ended while sitting in my car in a virtually empty parking lot!  Thankfully, there wasn't any serious damage.  I have no clue how the other guy could've hit me...
4.  I've visited 3 countries and 21 states.
5.  I have plans to go chumming for sharks from my boat this summer.  I'll be sure to take photos! Hmm. Evil plotting in progress. 
6.  I don't like i
...

1.  What's the strangest dream you've ever had?
I was jogging around my old neighborhood, and I was calm. 

2.  What's your favorite prehistoric creature that is local to your area?
I'm not sure which one was found closer...acrosaurus, the Triassic croc, or tanystrophy's gliding cousin.

3.  How often do you check Deviant Art?
When I can. 

4.  What's your dream job?
Waking up from dreams.

5.  And the important question:  Would you like me to write short Saurocene/Kygor related journals every day or two that would act as teasers of what's to come?
Yes, if and when you can - don't rush.


And here are my questions for anyone who would care to answer them:
1.  If you could vacation in any pre-primate era of Earth history, when would you go to?
2.  Would you prefer to study prehistoric life firsthand, or read reports by time travelers?
3.  What is the most obscure/rarest/least-known religion you've ever heard of?
4.  Who is your favorite archaeologist/archaeological group?   (Time Team, The Naked Archaeologist, etc)
5.  Has the time for questions come and gone?
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I've looked and looked and looked... and in half the art supply stores and office supply stores, they haven't even heard of what I'm looking for:  Coptic markers.

Is there another name they're known by?
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Two brilliant pieces of artwork I commissioned; in chronological order...

He is definitely Groot - from the pen of Hiyas, hiyasdoodles.tumblr.com/post/1…
...and...
Suki, full-grown and in full regalia - from the pen of Inspector97, www.deviantart.com/art/Suki-52…

I highly advise you - yes, you, the person reading this - to admire their art, and to commission them yourself.  You will be glad you did.
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Spider-Man can shoot webs and draglines.

Spider-Girl can as well, if I recall correctly.

Can Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) do either?  Or is a lack of silk the price one pays for being able to generate high voltage electricity?



Thank you.
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In any of their iterations  (Generation One, Bay, etc), was there ever a rule that said that an Autobot or Decepticon's vehicle/animal mode had to be something found on the world they're moving about on?

Thank you.
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(Lunar New Year's here already?)
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Sokida = I sought.
{source: the Gothic language of the 300s AD}
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The tail looks like a Thresher Shark.

The head looks like a Goblin Shark.
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Today is Ragnarok.

(who did the math to figure that out?)
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Just got my copy of _The Poetic Edda: translated by Lee M. Hollander_.

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Of all things, this I did least expect (actually, did not expect it at all)

 

www.astrobio.net/exclusive/546…

 & astrobiology.nasa.gov/articles…

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What are Llama Badges?
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{sounds a little Monty Pythonish, I confess}


In a recent journal article  (i think it was Science or ScienceNews), it was suggested that the White Dwarf stars that exist after a sun finishes expanding...could host planets.

And in several science programs I've seen about the death of our sun/Earth, they say the sun will swell to engulf the Earth and Mars...but the outer planets won't be severely impacted.

So, my question is this:   assuming a world spirals in from the outer reaches of a solar system after the end of the swelling-and-engulfing phase, what would be the Goldilocks Zone of a White Dwarf?



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