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  1. I’m always intrigued to find out which Australian State supported the FX/Post production. Victoria had a strong run there for a while.
  2. Yeah, for some reason everyone will sit to the end of the credits. Who do these people think they are? Credits are cleaning time.
  3. The news of Myspace’s deletion has prompted comparisons with other early internet communities that closed down, deleting huge swaths of online history in the process, from the website maker Geocities to the failed social network Google Plus. But those sites managed to give enough warning for archivists to capture the heart of their communities for posterity. In 2016, the Internet Archive launched a searchable collection of every GIF ever posted to Geocities, after mirroring the entire network in 2009, shortly before it closed down. At the weekend, a group of volunteers announced they were working to preserve Google Plus posts on the Internet Archive before the site closes in April. The archive estimates it costs about $2 to permanently archive 1 gigabyte of data. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/mar/18/myspace-loses-all-content-uploaded-before-2016 Aren't they forgetting something? BOM forums. Shocking lapse.
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    Not Cool Reaction | N.I.R.D.

    As an outgrowth of adding the “Not Cool” reaction N.I.R.D was born. It’s a simple to remember acronym to describe the best first response upon reading a post you find disagreeable. Not Cool Ignore Report Don’t Quote (This post will grow)
  5. There's clearly always been a direct correlation between BOT thread size and box office gross. An inverse correlation.
  6. Moderation I searched and there aren't actually many Endgame clubs. Although unlikely this has to be considered a possibility. However, @shayhiri please tread very carefully in how you respond to others arguments. Regards BOT Staff

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