Transformers Line incorrect?

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Re: Transformers Line incorrect?

Postby EdgarJPublius » Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:49 pm UTC

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Re: Transformers Line incorrect?

Postby bcoblentz » Tue Nov 20, 2007 12:45 am UTC

GMontag wrote:
Archangel wrote:Also, did it piss anyone else off that she mispronounced "Fourier"?


Um, she didn't. Fourier is French. The trailing r is silent.


But she did call it a Fourier Transfer.

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Re: Transformers Line incorrect?

Postby b.i.o » Tue Nov 20, 2007 6:58 am UTC

I noticed that when I was watching and promptly forgot about it.


Probably because Michael Bay was at the screening. After laughing through that entire movie because of how bad it was I got to hear a friend ask him why he killed off the only black (well, black voiced) robot--as usually the black guy is the one to die in action movies/games. He dodged the question, but hearing it asked from the middle of a theatre full of people was amazing.

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Re: Re:

Postby zenten » Tue Nov 20, 2007 6:00 pm UTC

nyeguy wrote:
trihedron wrote:
mellow_geek wrote:I feel this should be referenced: Top Ten Worst Portrayals of Technology in Film


Well, tape my ankles together and fish me a kwyjibo, whoever wrote that list is an idiot.

Definitely. First of all, putting Jurassic Park in Number 2 simply because a teenage female knows Unix?


Yes, the messed up 3D GUI is the real reason it should be on there.

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Re: Re:

Postby davean » Tue Nov 20, 2007 6:54 pm UTC

zenten wrote:
nyeguy wrote:
trihedron wrote:
mellow_geek wrote:I feel this should be referenced: Top Ten Worst Portrayals of Technology in Film


Well, tape my ankles together and fish me a kwyjibo, whoever wrote that list is an idiot.

Definitely. First of all, putting Jurassic Park in Number 2 simply because a teenage female knows Unix?


Yes, the messed up 3D GUI is the real reason it should be on there.


That has nothing on compiz!

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Re: Re:

Postby zenten » Thu Nov 29, 2007 8:38 pm UTC

davean wrote:
zenten wrote:
nyeguy wrote:
trihedron wrote:
mellow_geek wrote:I feel this should be referenced: Top Ten Worst Portrayals of Technology in Film


Well, tape my ankles together and fish me a kwyjibo, whoever wrote that list is an idiot.

Definitely. First of all, putting Jurassic Park in Number 2 simply because a teenage female knows Unix?


Yes, the messed up 3D GUI is the real reason it should be on there.


That has nothing on compiz!


Hey, compiz doesn't make things worse from an interface perspective, at least as long as you don't set everything to random and whatnot. It's not worth the performance hit, but just because the value is 0 doesn't make it negative.

Having to navigate through a file system like I'm playing a shooter, that's annoying and of negative value.


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