History YMMV / TheDayAfterTomorrow

21st Jun '17 5:21:30 AM ImSpidey2
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** The homeless man too.

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** The homeless man too, along with his CanineCompanion.
** Terry Rapson can count
too.
10th Jun '17 2:37:40 AM LtFedora
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*** It's even worse. In 2017, an ice shelf [[https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/06/09/climate/antarctica-rift-update.html the size of Delaware]] is close to breaking off. Delaware is ''twice'' the size of Rhode Island.
30th May '17 12:26:09 PM Zeiss
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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's prime scene also features New York City being flooded, by the titular "deluge" (just after getting destroyed by a SpecialEffectsFailure-quality earthquake; see it here:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AbXQcwHyt4]]). A comparison video of the flooding scene with ''The Day After Tomorrow'''s was even put up:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEZ0SeZlZpg]].

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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's prime scene also features New York City being flooded, by the titular "deluge" (just after getting destroyed by a SpecialEffectsFailure-quality earthquake; earthquake); see it here:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AbXQcwHyt4]]). com/watch?v=2AbXQcwHyt4]]. A comparison video of the flooding scene with scenes from ''Deluge'' and ''The Day After Tomorrow'''s Tomorrow'' was even put up:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEZ0SeZlZpg]].
30th May '17 12:23:33 PM Zeiss
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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's prime scene also features New York City being flooded, by the titular "deluge" (just after getting destroyed by a SpecialEffectsFailure-quality earthquake; see it here:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyQgSkp3Jlw]]). A comparison video of the flooding scene with ''The Day After Tomorrow'''s was even put up:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEZ0SeZlZpg]].

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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's prime scene also features New York City being flooded, by the titular "deluge" (just after getting destroyed by a SpecialEffectsFailure-quality earthquake; see it here:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyQgSkp3Jlw]]).com/watch?v=2AbXQcwHyt4]]). A comparison video of the flooding scene with ''The Day After Tomorrow'''s was even put up:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEZ0SeZlZpg]].
26th May '17 10:14:25 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** The thousands of New Yorkers traversing the flooded streets instead of simply getting indoors. Most egregiously, a group of men pay a bus driver to let them aboard even with traffic submerged in waist-high water. It does not end well for most of them when the wave hits...
11th May '17 9:08:51 AM Zeiss
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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's primary scene also has New York City being destroyed (by an earthquake in this case), followed with being flooded by tsunamis (the "deluge" of the title). It even included shots of the Statue of Liberty and the New York Public Library getting swallowed up, and a freighter drifting with the floods into the city ruins. (If you ever get to see this film, SpecialEffectsFailure and a B-movie plot makes it laughable watching.)

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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's primary prime scene also has features New York City being destroyed (by an earthquake in this case), followed with being flooded flooded, by tsunamis (the the titular "deluge" of the title). It even included shots of the Statue of Liberty and the New York Public Library (just after getting swallowed up, and destroyed by a freighter drifting SpecialEffectsFailure-quality earthquake; see it here:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyQgSkp3Jlw]]). A comparison video of the flooding scene with the floods into the city ruins. (If you ever get to see this film, SpecialEffectsFailure and a B-movie plot makes it laughable watching.)''The Day After Tomorrow'''s was even put up:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEZ0SeZlZpg]].
10th May '17 6:32:52 PM Zeiss
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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's primary scene also has New York City being destroyed (by an earthquake in this case), followed with being flooded by tsunamis (the "deluge" of the title). It even had shots of the Statue of Liberty getting swallowed up, and a freighter drifting into the city ruins. (If you ever get to see this film, SpecialEffectsFailure and a B-movie plot makes it laughable watching.)

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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's primary scene also has New York City being destroyed (by an earthquake in this case), followed with being flooded by tsunamis (the "deluge" of the title). It even had included shots of the Statue of Liberty and the New York Public Library getting swallowed up, and a freighter drifting with the floods into the city ruins. (If you ever get to see this film, SpecialEffectsFailure and a B-movie plot makes it laughable watching.)
9th May '17 2:54:28 PM Zeiss
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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's primary scene also has New York City being destroyed (by an earthquake in this case), followed with being flooded by tsunamis (the "deluge" of the title). It even had shots of the Statue of Liberty getting swallowed up, and a freighter drifting into the city ruins.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's primary scene also has New York City being destroyed (by an earthquake in this case), followed with being flooded by tsunamis (the "deluge" of the title). It even had shots of the Statue of Liberty getting swallowed up, and a freighter drifting into the city ruins. (If you ever get to see this film, SpecialEffectsFailure and a B-movie plot makes it laughable watching.)
9th May '17 2:48:41 PM Zeiss
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* OlderThanTheyThink: A Hollywood film from 19'''33'''(!) called ''Deluge'' had a similar gimmick about rapid worldwide climate shifts unleashing global catastrophes. This film's primary scene also has New York City being destroyed (by an earthquake in this case), followed with being flooded by tsunamis (the "deluge" of the title). It even had shots of the Statue of Liberty getting swallowed up, and a freighter drifting into the city ruins.
17th Mar '17 3:26:57 PM Nire
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: A minor point, but showing your work is a standard requirement in virtually all math courses starting in High School. Either Sam didn't bother to check the instructions, or he thought he was such a special snowflake that the rules didn't apply to him.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: A minor point, but showing your work is a standard requirement in virtually all math courses starting in High School.''at least'' as early as high school, usually sooner. Either Sam didn't bother to check the instructions, or he thought he was such a special snowflake that the rules didn't apply to him.
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