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  1. I'm a casual observer but the cut-off was posted as 36 hours from 4:33 yesterday. If that's converted to my local time, I think Day ends in about 15 minutes.
  2. Not quite sure if this is the right thread, but I wonder if everyone here is aware of the Twitter exchange between DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and the Internet? DARPA posted a Tweet saying that they were looking for a "human-made underground environment spanning several city blocks w/ complex layout & multiple stories, including atriums, tunnels & stairwells. Space sthat are currently closed off from pedestrians or can be temporarily used for testing are of interest". Well, of course the Internet freaked out. One Tweeter responded that DARPA is "definitely not looking for new places to keep all the Demogorgons." to which, DARPA had the best reply EVAHHHH: "Please. Demogorgons are such a Department of Energy thing."
  3. I hadn't thought of Darla being that manipulative -- I think if she is, it's largely unconscious. She didn't relapse just because RA was getting serious with Deesha -- there were several other factors that pushed her over the edge.
  4. For many, it's a religious thing -- in Rasta, I think there's an injunction not to cut the hair (sort of like the Amish and their beards). At least for the first few rounds, Wanda Sykes was asking really good questions (which helped my guesses). I think I was 4 out of 5 this week.
  5. I noticed the "dark web" icon at the bottom of the interview, but not the font. That kind of threw me off, as well. But now we know that the vlogger had the cameras set up to capture the victim's movements, which were also added in "in post". Very clever. It didn't hurt that Aleyse Shannon is FYNE!!!! I also liked her in Charmed,
  6. I don't see why she would, Deesha might (unless that's who you meant) but I hope that Joie is a bridge for Darla and Deesha to be friends.
  7. I may be the only one, but I think that if a bot competes in the Desperado, it should be out for the rest of the prelims. Sorry, minotaur, but you weren't "second place", you were first loser. t was so cute watching Kraken's minibot (Willy?) try to take on Son of Whyatchi, and SOW was like "do you feel anything???" There's several other horizontal spinners, including Tombstone, of course. Next season, a number of builders will come up with counter-measures against vertical spinners and we'll see something else dominate.
  8. I've noticed at a LOT of Black women do this on this show and even more-so on To Tell The Truth. It's disgusting and feeds a nasty stereotype. That's how he was introduced.
  9. Velocity (several to pick from)
  10. I spotted early on that they weren't showing their faces, so it had to be stunt-doubles. My only question was whether they were supposed to be Craig and Zara, or whether C&G hired them (turned out to be the latter), Why not both??? Along with everything else that's been said, Gemma believed herself the be Ainsley's Bestest Friend Forever, and There Can Be Only One! So when Maya shows up, Gemma has to cut off her head (figuratively, of course).
  11. The thing is that in the "5 minutes" they dated, she did more to make him a better man than Maya has since he's known her.
  12. Quite true. I disagree with other parts of your posts, but I'm not the one to argue them (I need to "stay in my lane"!). So, let's leave it at that.
  13. I could see her giving Duffy a hug, but not a kiss (other than a small peck) -- he's a jerk who just dumped another woman and he's shown no reason why he "loves" Maya. He strikes me as a prime example of a Nice Guy, one who feels he "deserves" Maya's love just because he's longed for (not loved) her for so long. Sorry, but that was so bogus, it pulled me out of the scene. There's no way Gemma could have arranged the jerseys and the drinks in the short time she had and in secret.
  14. I think some parts of it are free.
  15. True (although "blackness" kind of is defined by skin tone). Complicated by the fact that race is a social structure, and doesn't exist in any scientific way. That said, Nathalie Emmanuel is not "black" by any definition I would use: she's half English and half Caribbean (Dominican and Saint Lucian). She is more Latina (many of whom have African roots) than black.
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