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29 minutes ago, KnackChap said:

This is a better video as it shows Smith & his wife's initial reaction.  

 

 

She must have said to Will that if you don't do something now, I will cheat on you again :lol:

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21 hours ago, Mr. Comingle said:

I'm glad they're not following a formula. 

I think they're still trying to find their formula, but they're definitely still aping Marvel. I mean, their opening animation is derived as f**k, and, doesn't this (and the previous one) movie exist because of GoTG?  

 

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I think you'll like this video. 

Yeah, thanks. So many little nuggets missed. Makes me want to watch it again. 

 

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That whole friendly competition shooting b/w peacemaker and bloodsport which turns out they were shooting the good guys genuinely makes me LOL just thinking about it :rofl: 

 

17 hours ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

I think the movie has received a lot of love. The old SS was sh*t. We even got a Peacemaker show out of it. I would call it a success. 

Also, good movie. 

Just didn't hear about it much anywhere, here, or otherwise. 

 

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3 minutes ago, achilles said:

I think they're still trying to find their formula, but they're definitely still aping Marvel. I mean, their opening animation is derived as f**k, and, doesn't this (and the previous one) movie exist because of GoTG?  

 

Yeah, thanks. So many little nuggets missed. Makes me want to watch it again. 

 

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That whole friendly competition shooting b/w peacemaker and bloodsport which turns out they were shooting the good guys genuinely makes me LOL just thinking about it :rofl: 

 

Just didn't hear about it much anywhere, here, or otherwise. 

 

I disagree. The movie was just unfiltered James Gunn. They weren't trying to fit it into a template. If it did, it's just coincidental. Just look at movies like Joker or Batman. They definitely don't fit into the typical superhero movie mould. Of course there are the more commercial ones but still. Like Shazam was pretty much a Christmas movie. 

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1 hour ago, Big Boss said:

She must have said to Will that if you don't do something now, I will cheat on you again :lol:


Her sitting there is in itself an indication that she has accepted her new look & doesn’t feel like doing nothing about it. 
 

Referencing her new look to a popular movie is in no way a big deal. 

She isn’t ill or in suffering mode….it’s normal alopecia. 
Obviously there is mental & depressive issues associated with it….but then one doesn’t go out fully glammed up in the front row of the most popular night of the year.

 

Obviously her smiling presence there signifies that she is ok with it like 100% of the men with same condition are. 

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What a dick!! And his acceptance speech just makes him look like a self righteous a*s.

 

On the other hand, Chris handled that pretty well, apparently he's also refused to press charges.

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16 minutes ago, Right said:

I am just thinking of slapping standups becomes a norm, our 2 koudi ke standups like Kamra and Virdas will have no place to hide.


Yeah lol these so called "comedians" think they're funny.

Another cringey moment from the Oscars.
 

 

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9 minutes ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

 

Ye stats kahan se laate ho. :rofl:


 

 

The epidemiology and demographics of alopecia vary by the type of alopecia as well as the age, race, sex, hygiene, hair care habits, and health status of an individual. For example, in androgenetic alopecia, which has the highest prevalence of all the types of alopecia with about 50,000 per 100,000 men and 15,000 per 100,000 women worldwide.

 


https://www.wikidoc.org/index.php/Alopecia_epidemiology_and_demographics

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Just now, AnK said:


 

 

The epidemiology and demographics of alopecia vary by the type of alopecia as well as the age, race, sex, hygiene, hair care habits, and health status of an individual. For example, in androgenetic alopecia, which has the highest prevalence of all the types of alopecia with about 50,000 per 100,000 men and 15,000 per 100,000 women worldwide.

 


https://www.wikidoc.org/index.php/Alopecia_epidemiology_and_demographics

 

Ji. It is at best 30-50%, not 70%. And certainly after 50, not after 35. 

Wikidoc se better hai Pubmed check kariye. 

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5 minutes ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

 

Ji. It is at best 30-50%, not 70%. And certainly after 50, not after 35. 

Wikidoc se better hai Pubmed check kariye. 

Wow I'm f**king lucky. Alopecia at 20. 

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22 minutes ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

 

Ji. It is at best 30-50%, not 70%. And certainly after 50, not after 35. 

Wikidoc se better hai Pubmed check kariye. 

Ok Shaktiman 

 

but the whole point is that it’s common as f**k in men which is true. 

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5 minutes ago, Mr. Comingle said:

Wow I'm f**king lucky. Alopecia at 20. 

It starts at pretty young age. 
Obviously ppl don’t go bald over night. 
 

Takes years to go complete bald. 

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