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    Quote Originally Posted by Tvtyrant View Post
    Murder or assault with super powers is still a crime.
    In theory yes, but I'm not seeing a person with control over the primal forces of nature getting arrested.

    Either you lay low and only use the power for party tricks and self-defense (or saving lives for some of them) and you get left alone as not worth it or you go drunk with power and probably get put down as a threat.
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    Do they sell those as well?
    Yes, elf traders sell lots of elf-made wooden items (also surface crops). You can also trade elf-made wooden items to them, but they get horribly offended if you try to trade non-elf-made wooden items to them (the "they've gotten better about that" I mentioned; they used to be horribly offended trying to trade any wooden items to them, even if you had literally just bought it from the same trader a moment ago).

    As I understand, elves manipulate the growth of trees into the form of finished items, and can tell the difference between that and traditional woodworking, which they view as an affront to the natural world...or something. I suppose taking a saw to a tree doesn't suggest much in the way of reverence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rater202 View Post
    In theory yes, but I'm not seeing a person with control over the primal forces of nature getting arrested.

    Either you lay low and only use the power for party tricks and self-defense (or saving lives for some of them) and you get left alone as not worth it or you go drunk with power and it turns into a "nobody in the justice system is being paid enough for this, this is an armed forces problem."
    Even self-defense is a hard sell in a lot of places. "I set the guy on fire for punching me" is pretty hard to justify. Imagine if we replaced super powers with "has an invisible gun" how does this look?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tvtyrant View Post
    Even self-defense is a hard sell in a lot of places. "I set the guy on fire for punching me" is pretty hard to justify. Imagine if we replaced super powers with "has an invisible gun" how does this look?
    The smartass answer would be to point out that they can't prove the existence of an invisible gun so you'd walk on all charges.

    You're also going 0-100. "The man punched me so I demonstrated my ability to projectile vomit molten rock" or "the man brandished a knife so I made the grass turn into vines that held him in place long enough for me to walk away" are much more likely responses.

    Someone who goes straight to setting the other guy on fire probably isn't going to wait for an excuse like "self-defense."
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    Everyone who mentioned ASCII, let this worst joke known to man be on your heads.

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    Everyone who mentioned ASCII, let this worst joke known to man be on your heads.

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    I knew what the joke was before I opened it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawhide View Post
    I knew what the joke was before I opened it.
    The world of ASCII comedy should be explored more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Everyone who mentioned ASCII, let this worst joke known to man be on your heads.

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    You know what they say... ASCII a stupid question, get a stupid ANSI.
    I'm a simple man with simple enough desires.

    ASCII a bad joke, I click.

    (even though apparently the English pronunciation is az-key)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rater202 View Post
    I'm a simple man with simple enough desires.

    ASCII a bad joke, I click.

    (even though apparently the English pronunciation is az-key)
    I still like it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    The world of ASCII comedy should be explored more.
    Perhaps it should.
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    Sometimes people ask me, "how do you make any profit not remember a joke you've told before?" The answer is simple : volume
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Sometimes people ask me, "how do you make any profit not remember a joke you've told before?" The answer is simple : volume
    Peelee is such a thief he even steals his own jokes. He should be aschumered of himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Sometimes people ask me, "how do you make any profit not remember a joke you've told before?" The answer is simple : volume
    I thought it was because you had a Star Wars droid you shared all your "comedy" material with, by exchanging cards back and forth. A you/TF-8 co-deck, if you will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    The world of ASCII comedy should be explored more.
    Ah, moving up from two bit comedy to eight bits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasdoif View Post
    I thought it was because you had a Star Wars droid you shared all your "comedy" material with, by exchanging cards back and forth. A you/TF-8 co-deck, if you will.
    Star Wars, you say?

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    Ah, moving up from two bit comedy to eight bits.
    Oh! Oh that is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DataNinja View Post
    Ah, moving up from two bit comedy to eight bits.
    That joke's worth a buck.

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    Hey, it's like those ASCII animations we had on the Atari XL like a third of a century ago!
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    Sometimes people ask me, "how do you make any profit not remember a joke you've told before?" The answer is simple : volume
    Don't feel bad, I repeat myself all the time.

    For example, I still believe that the tar Wars Holiday Special can't possibly be as bad as people say it is, considering the beautiful musical number with Beatrice Arthur exists because of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rater202 View Post
    Don't feel bad, I repeat myself all the time.

    For example, I still believe that the tar Wars Holiday Special can't possibly be as bad as people say it is, considering the beautiful musical number with Beatrice Arthur exists because of it.
    Appreciate it!

    And having seen that movie... Oh, it's bad. But if you can get past the first fifteen minutes then it's not too much different than a lot of other sci-fi at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
    Appreciate it!

    And having seen that movie... Oh, it's bad. But if you can get past the first fifteen minutes then it's not too much different than a lot of other sci-fi at the time.
    I mean, yeah. From what I've heard and seen Bea Arthur was the only one who took it seriously, Mark Hamil looked like a monster due to the make-up needed to cover up the evidence that he'd been in a car accident, so on

    Is it really that bad? I mean, maybe I'm biased becuase I think the prequels aren't as bad as other people say they are either, but... Come on. We get the introduction of Boba Fett, we get the musical number I've alluded to, and we have something to point to as an example of what happens when George Lucas is involved but not involved enough.

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    Probably because spears and halberds are formation weapons, and formations are rarely heroic.
    Oh shush. That sounds like a sensible explanation. I've also been considering warstaves. Lots of big sticks clad in steel. Because practical.
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    Oh shush. That sounds like a sensible explanation. I've also been considering warstaves. Lots of big sticks clad in steel. Because practical.
    That sounds like it was be absolutely awful to watch and hear. Kudos!

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    Ah, moving up from two bit comedy to eight bits.
    ASCII only uses seven of the eight bits; that's why UTF-8 can be completely compatible with ASCII while also supporting the other 140,000-ish characters currently available in Unicode.

    Whether failing to use half of the potential available is representative of Peelee's comedy, is an exercise left to the reader.
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    I mean, yeah. From what I've heard and seen Bea Arthur was the only one who took it seriously, Mark Hamil looked like a monster due to the make-up needed to cover up the evidence that he'd been in a car accident, so on

    Is it really that bad? I mean, maybe I'm biased becuase I think the prequels aren't as bad as other people say they are either, but... Come on. We get the introduction of Boba Fett, we get the musical number I've alluded to, and we have something to point to as an example of what happens when George Lucas is involved but not involved enough.

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    In all honesty, it's just Super cheesy low-budget 70s sci-fi, and the only reason is seen as so incredibly bad is for 2 reasons:

    1.) It fell so far short of the bar the original movie set for it just a year before, and
    B.) The first 15-20 minutes or so.

    Hammill's biggest issue appearance-wise was the haircut. Don't quote me on this but I don't think he got the scar until after Corvette Summer. But dude had a super '70s bowl cut and that made him look like a bad Luke Skywalker impersonator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rater202 View Post
    I mean, yeah. From what I've heard and seen Bea Arthur was the only one who took it seriously, Mark Hamil looked like a monster due to the make-up needed to cover up the evidence that he'd been in a car accident, so on

    Is it really that bad? I mean, maybe I'm biased becuase I think the prequels aren't as bad as other people say they are either, but... Come on. We get the introduction of Boba Fett, we get the musical number I've alluded to, and we have something to point to as an example of what happens when George Lucas is involved but not involved enough.

    Edit: removing misremembered factoids.
    I haven't watched the thing, but I've seen enough reviews (including extracts) to know that there's an entire subplot/framing device of wookiee sitcom, which is entirely untranslated and unsubtitled. And it includes the grandfather watching a video of a sensual dancer in the middle of the kitchen. Also Carrie Fischer had taken so much coke that she alledgedly had no recollection of the whole thing.
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    Also Carrie Fischer had taken so much coke that she alledgedly had no recollection of the whole thing.
    And that would not surprise anyone who watched it.
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    Or knew her history with substances.

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    Wookiee. 2 E's.
    Force dammit.

    And that would not surprise anyone who watched it.
    Well, I had assumed it was an unforcely amount of weed.
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    Force dammit.


    Well, I had assumed it was an unforcely amount of weed.
    Fair.

    Also,the untranslated Wookiee sitcom is indeed a thing, and is also the first 20 minutes or so, for the record.
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