Another Alien Invasion Movie

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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 9:17 am » by mediasorcery


domdabears wrote:
Doogle wrote:More indoctrination?

Of course not.

Why are they not allowed to make movies?

This is what's popular. This is what sells. They're making what sells. (at least they try).

Armageddon, and all that shit is popular right now. People are just capitalizing on it.

Just like all these sites. ALL OF THEM.

They are capitalizing on your fears.



Your scaring me Dom. :D
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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 9:31 am » by Troll2rocks


Looks like utter shit. Can't wait.
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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 10:07 am » by mediasorcery


ooooh it looks ummm, unusual lol

indoctrination??? of course not pffft
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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 11:53 am » by Fatdogmendoza


domdabears wrote:
Fatdogmendoza wrote:Image

Lose the E!!!!!!!!!!

"Ship High In Transit."

That's where it comes from.

I don't know where you guys get the E.

:lol:

:bang;


the acronym theory for the origin of "shit" breaks down because:

the word itself is a good 1,000 years older than the common use of acronyms;
the original form of the word (Anglo-Saxon sc-, which regularly evolved into M.E. sh-) does not correspond to the supposed acronym;
the verb is the original form, the noun derives from it; the acronym supposes the noun came first;
no one has produced a single instance of this supposed acronym from any old mercantile record or ship's manifest;
in fact, no one has ever established that there was a custom of shipping manure;
the word has cognates in many other languages, including ones outside Germanic, for which no acronym theory of origin makes sense;

It doesn't fit the facts, it requires a very elaborate supposition for which there is not the slightest evidence, and there is a much simpler, saner explanation for the word, the only drawback of which is that it doesn't make a very good Internet joke.

Say it with me: "shit is not an acronym." Repeat 100 times for every time you forwarded that e-mail. Now go forth and sin no more.



The word is likely derived from Old English, having the nouns scite (dung, attested only in place names) and scitte (diarrhoea), and the verb scītan (to defecate, attested only in bescītan, to cover with excrement); eventually it morphed into Middle English schītte (excrement), schyt (diarrhoea) and shiten (to defecate), and it is virtually certain that it was used in some form by preliterate Germanic tribes at the time of the Roman Empire. The word may be further traced to Proto-Germanic *skit-, and ultimately to Proto-Indo-European *skheid- "cut, separate", the same root believed to have become the word shed. The word has several cognates in modern Germanic languages, such as German Scheiße, Dutch schijt, Swedish skit, Icelandic skítur, Norwegian skitt etc. Ancient Greek had 'skor' (gen. 'skatos' hence 'scato-'), from Proto-Indo-European *sker-, which is likely unrelated.

notice the E


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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 3:58 pm » by Thruster


Fatdogmendoza wrote:
domdabears wrote:
Fatdogmendoza wrote:Image

Lose the E!!!!!!!!!!

"Ship High In Transit."

That's where it comes from.

I don't know where you guys get the E.

:lol:

:bang;


the acronym theory for the origin of "shit" breaks down because:

the word itself is a good 1,000 years older than the common use of acronyms;
the original form of the word (Anglo-Saxon sc-, which regularly evolved into M.E. sh-) does not correspond to the supposed acronym;
the verb is the original form, the noun derives from it; the acronym supposes the noun came first;
no one has produced a single instance of this supposed acronym from any old mercantile record or ship's manifest;
in fact, no one has ever established that there was a custom of shipping manure;
the word has cognates in many other languages, including ones outside Germanic, for which no acronym theory of origin makes sense;

It doesn't fit the facts, it requires a very elaborate supposition for which there is not the slightest evidence, and there is a much simpler, saner explanation for the word, the only drawback of which is that it doesn't make a very good Internet joke.

Say it with me: "shit is not an acronym." Repeat 100 times for every time you forwarded that e-mail. Now go forth and sin no more.



The word is likely derived from Old English, having the nouns scite (dung, attested only in place names) and scitte (diarrhoea), and the verb scītan (to defecate, attested only in bescītan, to cover with excrement); eventually it morphed into Middle English schītte (excrement), schyt (diarrhoea) and shiten (to defecate), and it is virtually certain that it was used in some form by preliterate Germanic tribes at the time of the Roman Empire. The word may be further traced to Proto-Germanic *skit-, and ultimately to Proto-Indo-European *skheid- "cut, separate", the same root believed to have become the word shed. The word has several cognates in modern Germanic languages, such as German Scheiße, Dutch schijt, Swedish skit, Icelandic skítur, Norwegian skitt etc. Ancient Greek had 'skor' (gen. 'skatos' hence 'scato-'), from Proto-Indo-European *sker-, which is likely unrelated.

notice the E


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You seem to know you're 'Shite', Fatdog.

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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 5:24 pm » by Kerrblur2


looks like another fail like cloverfield.

terrible acting, storyline is iffy cause we couldnt see anything

OOO they added some sex scenes to spice it up a bit. (to a alien sci fi movie?) ok thats new.

i will boot leg it. not spend my money on it.
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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 7:44 pm » by Doogle


mediasorcery wrote:ooooh it looks ummm, unusual lol

indoctrination??? of course not pffft



Pfft to you too.
Still, it is highly likely to be shite.

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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 8:59 pm » by Fatdogmendoza


Doogle wrote:
mediasorcery wrote:ooooh it looks ummm, unusual lol

indoctrination??? of course not pffft



Pfft to you too.
Still, it is highly likely to be shite.


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PostMon Oct 29, 2012 9:43 pm » by Nedroj


No comment on the CGI ?? . Ive seen clips here on DTV that is much better . The "old" roswell clip with the the alien under measuring stick for an exampel. But who knows, that particular clip may not be cgi :think:
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PostThu Nov 01, 2012 7:18 am » by Canubis


VAN DAM! DAM that looked good (cgi a little unpolished), i loved Independence day with the military nuking and stuff and also Iron Sky with the Nazis on the moon, this will be a good movie...tho Aliens are not hostile to Earth atleast
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