Discussion in 'News' started by Ben Kenobi, Mar 4, 2019.
Our modern is Infinity's classic though....
Post-modern or period relativism and double entendre. Hmm.
This may well represent fertile new ground in speculation thread topic digression research.
Slang in the late 23rd century, a collaborative speculation.
Well, my copy is actually the 2nd edition, published in 1965 (got it from my Dad, who used the book in his PhD dissertation).
But yeah, it's just a little old. Haven't found an equally-useful more modern equivalent.
I'm looking forward to the rest of Hannibal's Team. The crazy pilot, the badass, the Face.
Well, in Aristeia that'd be Mr. Deadpool, the statuesque Svalarheiman lady, and the Maasai hacker.
I heard it in Morgan Freeman's voice and now you do to :)
"And now we come to Persephone Flats, known for its huge... tracts of land."
I pity da foo' that gets into Laxmee's hacking area!
Well it was well worth a second thread, this one only took 4 pages before it completely derailed from Tohaa talk to grammar and vague sexual allusions.
I think the Infinity news section is actually built on an fast food cemetary
Da asshat company?
Sounds about right.
Dahshat is Urdu (a muslim language from pakistan/india) and means something like terror, fear or dread.
The silhouette kinda looks like a Zuyong, it has a YJ multi rifle.
Shame not a single unit in Infinity is not the most badass mothafukah in tha universah... For variety's sake, I was hoping to see something different... like "Tha Kiddies", "The Fat Cops", "Teeny Weeny Emmie & Co" or even "The Devolved Antagonists" (heirs to the CA, since they are the DA!!!!)
Yeah, I guess that was the reason why ALIVE! had to die...
Nah, they were a conspiracy, not a unit... :p
Interesting thoughts from people on apostrophe usage. I asked because I was taught that you use ‘s if a noun is singular, regardless of if it ends in s, and a bare ‘ is only for plurals.
I wouldn't blame you. Apostrophe use is wildly out of control nowadays, even in mainstream media.
'I don't know what you' are talk'ing about?''' wild'ly out of control?'!'?'
My take is:
Daedalus - singular
Daedaluses - plural
Daedalus’s - singular possessive
Daedaluses’ - plural possessive
Looking online, there are a variety of style guides with conflicting rules.