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I miss when villians were just shitty people with ego problems instead of everyone getting sympathetic backstories.
"My family of twenty orphan adoptees exploded because of science, now I kill beakers with orphanages. Also humanity should be nicer. Or I'll vivasect them."
There was an insane amount of plot twists and references to previous films spanning fourteen years. I lost interest after Saw IV. It was a great money making franchise but damn, if you are not a hardcore dedicated fan, you will be as lost as I am trying to recap what happened.
Person: bumps into john spilling his cheetos
John Kramer: you must repent your sins, one cheeto is poisonous and will kill instantly, one cheeto is poisonous but takes 5 minutes to kill you, one cheeto is the antidote for the second poisonous cheeto and the last one is a normal cheeto. You are allowed to eat as many cheetos as you like. Choose wisely.
For all of those who like the gore aspect, like myself, do yourself a favor and DO NOT watch the “how the traps are made” option on each dvd. It ruins it and makes everything look way less painful. Is that weird? Spoiler: When Amanda is digging through the needles in Saw 2 (I felt that in my bones even though I knew it wasn’t real) the needles were rubber and 90% of the syringes didn’t even have needles. Watched it back, didn’t even flinch. I regret ever watching that “how it’s made” bull crap.
I just don’t get why they continued the “The new era” or the latest saw movie if it doesn’t follow the main story it’s just survival now also no one has a second chance if they survive cause someone else kills them so they die either way
The Genius Who Invented Economics Blogging Reveals How He Got Everything Right And Whats Coming Next.
Bill McBride, Calculated Risk The economics blogosphere was invented in early 2005 by a retired technology executive in Southern California named Bill McBride.
Thank God for that, because his blog, Calculated Risk, has been an invaluable and influential read for numerous reasons.
For one thing, its always been right. In its early days, when we all started reading it, it was way ahead of the curve in terms of warning about the housing bubble, horrible bank lending practices, and generally the economic collapse. From his perch in Newport Beach, CA he could see first hand the people taking out loans worth 10x their income, filling their Inland Empire garages with Harleys and Boats that they obviously couldnt afford.
But unlike many other bloggers who made a name during the crisis, he didnt stick with the doom and gloom message. He started making arguments for a GDP rebound in 2009.
Then in February of this year, he made his most important call: He announced: The Housing Bottom Is Here . McBride had officially come full circle from his days warning of housing collapse. Today, 8 months later, the housing bottom is becoming general consensus.
In addition to being correct on the economy, Calculated Risk has imparted the internet with other good practices, such as dutifully charting out the data, and examining data in an impartial, apolitical, non-hysterical manner.