So, I missed the first episode and had to go back and watch it, nothing major, you could easily see who was the talent and who had it rough. Not sorry to say it, but the two who got sent home, while they might've had a little more to show, didn't have anywhere near the talent or applied-exp as many of the other cast members.
Everyone else kinda fell into the middle for one reason or another; not that they were bad, just didn't stand out. Most importantly, they survived by not making the horrifically stupid mistake of making a character named after a CLOCK into a RAT. I DON'T CARE that it was also apart of his nickname; not what the judges asked for. His partner skated by only because it wasn't HER idea, but going along with a bad…
Well, I was going to post them here, but when you cut'n'paste things get screwy—also, when you upload it. So, I simply linked it to the Amazon page where you can read; as a bonus, if you like, you can then INSTANTLY buy either the paper or digital copy.
Yesterday, Redditor xXEpicNealTimeXx asked, "If Batman were to operate in real life, how fast would it take for his identity to be revealed?"
A brilliant response from Redditor periphery72271 followed shortly. Gotta say, in today's ultra-paranoid world, I absolutely believe this. "Exactly one month after being coming to the attention of the Federal authorities.A
crazed vigilante is riding around an American city using military grade
weaponry and committing crimes against civilians on a record scale? It
would not take long at all to deploy the necessary resources to the
scene." The question I have is, how long could Batman avoid Federal attention?
He lives, eats, breathes The Batman: How many automated factors are in place to constantly cover his tracks, w/e little ones he leaves behind? How many programs, servers, networks, companies, false identities, accounts (both foreign and domestic) and countless other factors—in operatio…
"Wade Garret's Genesis: Book One of the Kingdom Come is one of the most
epic sci-fi books I've read this year. The characters are so realistic
that they almost feel tangible. Although I feel that the dialogue can be
improved (I think it's just me not being used to dialogue written like
this), the characters' personalities are something I can actually
associate with, which is great.
Though the novel is quite long,
Garret's talent made me flip through my e-reader like a steam engine,
almost non-stop, and I finished the book in a few days. However, the
prologue with Black didn’t really catch my attention as much as the
actual first chapter did, but I’m pretty glad that I didn’t drop the
novel as the chapters after the prologue makes up for it.
each scene painted in full colours and vividness, I can imagine each
event happening in my head. If you like books with great detail, you
will like how Garret explained his w…