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21st Mar '16 2:14:03 AM Joshi
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*** What? That's ridiculous. It is so, so, sooo much easier to track (legitimate) online views, especially streaming views. Just track the number of requests from unique IPs that load more than X% of the show. Loading a particular amount stops you from counting people who just loaded it up accidentally and closed the page early on, and unique IPs stops you from counting one person watching multiple times. The result is so significantly more accurate than Neilsen estimates or even DVD sales (which are only calculated based on how many cpies the stupid sells to stores, not howw many stores sell to customers).
19th Mar '16 11:40:48 AM weswes
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**** But with space being really big and all, the chances of being randomly shot by a random shot flung off randomly into space are 22,079,460,347 to one against. Strangely, this is also the telephone number of an Islington flat where Arthur Dent went to a fancy dress party, and met a very nice young woman whom he totally blew it with.
12th Mar '16 11:39:37 AM AnneElliotsCat
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* It's an open issue. The jungle planet had lots of vegetation, available water (they said it was muggy and humid), and presumably more than the one species of animal life. The "bugs" replicate exponentially, with respect to available resources (as far as we know, that just means water). They aren't particularly aggressive, unless a swarm is attacked. Would the 'bugs' find an environmental niche on the "Time" planet, or would they multiply and suck everything dry? And how would the flying worms (who do look just like Gu'oald) react? They don't seem intelligent, just very, very vicious and hungry.

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* It's an open issue. The jungle planet had lots of vegetation, available water (they said it was muggy and humid), and presumably more than the one species of animal life. The "bugs" replicate exponentially, with respect to available resources (as far as we know, that just means water). They aren't particularly aggressive, unless a swarm is attacked. Would the 'bugs' find an environmental niche on the "Time" planet, or would they multiply and suck everything dry? And how would the flying worms (who do look just like Gu'oald) Goa'uld) react? They don't seem intelligent, just very, very vicious and hungry.
12th Mar '16 11:38:20 AM AnneElliotsCat
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* It's an open issue. The jungle planet had lots of vegetation, available water (they said it was muggy and humid), and presumably more than the one species of animal life. The "bugs" replicate exponentially, with respect to available resources (as far as we know, that just means water). They aren't particularly aggressive, unless a swarm is attacked. Would the 'bugs' find an environmental niche on the "Time" planet, or would they multiply and suck everything dry? And how would the flying worms (who do look just like Gu'oald) react? They don't seem intelligent, just very, very vicious and hungry.
12th Jan '16 10:49:10 PM RRWolf
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We saw back in ''Reckoning'' that replicator-enhanced Ha'tak were vastly superior to Ba'al's Ha'tak, despite those having Anubis' upgrades. While most of these ships would presumably have been disabled by the deployment of the Dakara super-weapon, it's entirely possible that there were a few ships out there that the replicators had only just begun to cannibalize, leaving them with some upgrades while not being entirely reliant on replicator blocks.

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We saw back in ''Reckoning'' that replicator-enhanced Ha'tak were vastly superior to Ba'al's Ha'tak, despite those having Anubis' upgrades. While most of these ships would presumably have been disabled by the deployment of the Dakara super-weapon, it's entirely possible that there were a few ships out there that the replicators had only just begun to cannibalize, leaving them with some upgrades while not being entirely reliant on replicator blocks.blocks.

[[WMG: Jonas Quinn was killed by the Ori]]
Many people were upset that Jonas didn't appear in the episode Seizure, which was set on his homeworld of Langara. After watching Counterstrike again, I noticed that they said in passing that Langara had "fallen to the ori". Because they obviously weren't wiped out, that must mean they were converted. Jonas must have been opposed the ori and either was killed or died of plague. It also explains why they refer to the place as Langara and don't mention Kolona. One of the few good things the Ori did was manage to unite the planet (probably by force, though).
15th Sep '15 8:51:39 AM NailsAndButterflies
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** As an Asperger's-afflicted individual, this troper can say that Rush is most likely not Asperger's, although he could easily be one of the other high-functioning autistic spectrum disorders.
15th Jun '15 9:35:26 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: JossWhedon has secretly joined the writing staff of Series/StargateUniverse.]]

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[[WMG: JossWhedon Creator/JossWhedon has secretly joined the writing staff of Series/StargateUniverse.]]
12th Jun '15 10:06:44 AM Willbyr
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[[WMG: Dr. Rush is an agent for the [[{{Warhammer40000}} Tau]]. ]]

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[[WMG: Dr. Rush is an agent for the [[{{Warhammer40000}} [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Tau]]. ]]
8th Jun '15 7:32:03 AM HumanTorch2
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* "Bite my shiny metal ass!"

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* "Bite "[[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Bite my shiny metal ass!"
ass!]]"
18th May '15 3:47:40 AM pittsburghmuggle
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*That would have been nice.
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