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#83 - Watching this scene i could only think "Boy he sure arriv…  [+] (10 replies) 06/16/2016 on One of the best scenes from... +1
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#130 - schneidend (06/16/2016) [-]
But, he arrived at the wrong time. Havoc was already inside the explosion, so Quicksilver couldn't even see him, and thus didn't save him.
#187 - astatine (06/18/2016) [-]
Spoilers are a thing for a reason
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#188 - schneidend (06/18/2016) [-]
I really don't give a shit about spoilers, and neither should you.
#194 - astatine (06/18/2016) [-]
The fact that you personally don't care doesn't mean nobody else should. It's a dick thing to do no matter how you look at it
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#196 - schneidend (06/21/2016) [-]
Studies show being "spoiled" actually improves reception of an event.

I usually enjoy being able to see the lead-up to an event for which I have been "spoiled."

For instance, I knew Quicksilver saving the day in X-Men: Apocalypse was coming, but still thoroughly enjoyed the hell out of it because of just how well-executed it was. Who knows? Maybe I enjoyed it more knowing shit was about to go down as soon as I saw the movie slow down for his entrance onto the scene?

In any case, I'll reiterate that I don't give a shit about spoiling you, or anyone else for that matter. It harms literally nobody, so if you think it's a "dick thing to do," toughen up.
#197 - astatine (06/21/2016) [-]
And what was the sample size of those studies? Was the event being spoiled TV, or some other medium? How did they measure the reception?

Fact is the majority of people don't like it when people see things they want to watch spoiled, and the fact that you personally don't care doesn't change that. As for it not harming anyone, that's not the point - it's a dick thing to do in the same way that muddling up the order of books in a library or not replacing the toilet roll when you finish it is, it makes you a nuisance. If I were the only person who didn't know it was coming and I was complaining about you telling everyone that Dumbledore was dead or Vader is Luke's father then I'd need to toughen up, but this is something that affects anyone who reads your comment.

It's just the polite thing to do to put spoilers in spoilers
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#198 - schneidend (06/21/2016) [-]
If you're concerned about spoilers, you probably shouldn't be looking at the comments of content about this movie.
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#173 - thatguycrow (06/17/2016) [-]
he still arrived just as the explosion started, with enough time to get everyone else out safely
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#174 - schneidend (06/17/2016) [-]
It's the ones you don't save that haunt you. That was the point.
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#190 - joefrazer (06/18/2016) [-]
ya a hero can save a million people but if he missed that ONE person it weighs heavy on them
#12 - Picture 05/18/2016 on An army of ducks +3
#13 - I thought it was meant to be them flashing him  [+] (3 replies) 05/10/2016 on jokes +36
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#16 - leonhardt (05/10/2016) [-]
Yes. Flashing their headlights.
Headlights is a euphemism for titties
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#15 - tehavatar (05/10/2016) [-]
it was
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#14 - thewalkingfrog (05/10/2016) [-]
that could also be another analogy for them showing their titties yes
#26 - Move everything down a tier and 100-90 becomes A* and youve pr…  [+] (2 replies) 05/06/2016 on There was even a 5 minute... 0
#30 - anon (05/06/2016) [-]
There was a point in time where many students were telling their parents that "E" stood for "Excellent," so the failing grade was changed to "F."
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#27 - twystedtail (05/06/2016) [-]
We don't have E.
#30 - Legit question (assuming you're american): what would you do i…  [+] (2 replies) 05/06/2016 on Injustice Flash and Superman 0
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#48 - blackberryjack (05/06/2016) [-]
Shoot anyone who tried.
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#47 - thelastamerican (05/06/2016) [-]
There are 300 million people in the US. There are more guns than people. The US military has proven time and time and time again that they are no good at fighting a guerrilla war. What do you think is going to happen?
#23 - maybe we brits just do things radically differently, but what …  [+] (6 replies) 05/06/2016 on There was even a 5 minute... 0
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#41 - AnomynousUser (05/06/2016) [-]
My high school system (in America) was actually based on 7-point systems. It was 100-93 A, 92-85 B, 84-77 C, 77-70 D, 69 and below was an F. However if we went into an honors class (which was basically a class where they'd expect more out of you and you'd do a bit more work) they'd give us a 3 point boost to the corresponding grades, so I just took those as much as I could.

Now that I'm in college I can definitely say I'm happy I'm done with that bullshit and am now in the 10-point system . The only problem now is that half my professors are under the ideology that the class averages should be B's/A's, the other half believe the averages should be C's and actively change the difficulty of tests to keep them at least that low, and a couple of them pride themselves in the 60% class averages on tests. The struggle to keep my 3.0 GPA which I started out in my current field, engineering, with a 2.5ish because I was a total fuck up my first year while majoring in business so I can have that to show on my resume and have the potential to tutor at the school is real.
#28 - anon (05/06/2016) [-]
America has a harder grading system. Japan has extreme rapage one
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#25 - twystedtail (05/06/2016) [-]
American system. 100-90, A. 89-80, B. 79-70, C. 69-60, D. 59 and below, F.
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#26 - thatguycrow (05/06/2016) [-]
Move everything down a tier and 100-90 becomes A* and youve pretty much got what we have

also what happened to E
#30 - anon (05/06/2016) [-]
There was a point in time where many students were telling their parents that "E" stood for "Excellent," so the failing grade was changed to "F."
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#27 - twystedtail (05/06/2016) [-]
We don't have E.