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Rewatch Australia C6: City at the Edge of the World - Sat 11th July
mrsbookmark
Tyce wrote:

Travisina wrote:

35 generations is a helluva long time. If we assume that 1 generation = 20 years, that's once in every 700 years.

I never quite got the 35 generations thing. For some families a generation would be 20 years and other it might be 35-40. Without wanting to get into a social science debate it's often the case that if one family has children at a young age it's likely their children and grandchildren will also and if another family has children when they are 40 it's likely their children and grandchildren will also so that mean the 35 generations thing will be in 700 years for some but 1400 years for others. Therefore some people on the planet wont know what's going on......



I wonder about that too. My sister had her first child at 22; I had my first at 40. But are they the same generation? Because her kids are in college now and my daughter's only elementary so that's a big generational difference esp with how fast the world changes now.
 
trevor travis
Those crystals look an awful lot like Kairopan crystals!
 
Obsidian
trevor travis wrote:

Action Cally is back in this!


The good thing about all of them teleporting down. They all see some action, one way or another.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
http://www.etsy.com/au/shop/SeraglioDesigns
Joe Dredd
Travisina wrote:

Joe Dredd wrote:

Tarrant "Gaudy but effective."

He says it again in Death-watch.

Chris Boucher plagiarising himself!


CB has this thing where he uses a line twice...

Scorpio gets called a "scruffy bag of bolts" twice.

Avon does that "X or Y" thing twice (Star One, Rescue)

and possibly some others. But always twice and no more.
 
Travisina
mrsbookmark wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Travisina wrote:

35 generations is a helluva long time. If we assume that 1 generation = 20 years, that's once in every 700 years.

I never quite got the 35 generations thing. For some families a generation would be 20 years and other it might be 35-40. Without wanting to get into a social science debate it's often the case that if one family has children at a young age it's likely their children and grandchildren will also and if another family has children when they are 40 it's likely their children and grandchildren will also so that mean the 35 generations thing will be in 700 years for some but 1400 years for others. Therefore some people on the planet wont know what's going on......



I wonder about that too. My sister had her first child at 22; I had my first at 40. But are they the same generation? Because her kids are in college now and my daughter's only elementary so that's a big generational difference esp with how fast the world changes now.

Good point.
Twitter: @TravisinaB7

My views are my own
VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.
 
mrsbookmark
meegat39 wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

Travisina wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

Hi Tyce, Travisina and Joe, all this discussion about food is making me hungry.

Blast off?


It's making me hungry too! Hello by the way! Hubby has just gone to make me marmite on toast and tea


I've got the tea, not the toast. Hubby is readying dinner. Could be leftovers.


Leftovers may sound unpleasant but they are frequently nicer than expected!

Oh, for sure.


These are likely to be tasty.


What is it?


A light coconut-based curry with sweet potato, carrot and spinach. Shouldn't have written that; I'm now salivating. Smile


The curry sounds delicious!


Very yummy! I wonder where they eat on the Liberator.
 
trevor travis
Norl knows a lot more than he lets on.
 
Obsidian
mrsbookmark wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Travisina wrote:

35 generations is a helluva long time. If we assume that 1 generation = 20 years, that's once in every 700 years.

I never quite got the 35 generations thing. For some families a generation would be 20 years and other it might be 35-40. Without wanting to get into a social science debate it's often the case that if one family has children at a young age it's likely their children and grandchildren will also and if another family has children when they are 40 it's likely their children and grandchildren will also so that mean the 35 generations thing will be in 700 years for some but 1400 years for others. Therefore some people on the planet wont know what's going on......



I wonder about that too. My sister had her first child at 22; I had my first at 40. But are they the same generation? Because her kids are in college now and my daughter's only elementary so that's a big generational difference esp with how fast the world changes now.


A generation is usually reckoned at about 20-25 years.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
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Travisina
trevor travis wrote:

Those crystals look an awful lot like Kairopan crystals!

Both came from the BBC Props Box marked 'Sci Fi Crystals'
Twitter: @TravisinaB7

My views are my own
VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.
 
Joe Dredd
trevor travis wrote:

Vilaworkd is such an obvious studio set, but who cares? This is maginifcent.


It doesn't look that nice a place to me. Give me some trees and grass or a beach or a rainforest... but craters?
 
meegat39
Joe Dredd wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Joe Dredd wrote:

Tarrant "Gaudy but effective."

He says it again in Death-watch.

Chris Boucher plagiarising himself!


CB has this thing where he uses a line twice...

Scorpio gets called a "scruffy bag of bolts" twice.

Avon does that "Oops or Y" thing twice (Star One, Rescue)

and possibly some others. But always twice and no more.


X or Y thing?
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldnít have been made if we hadnít got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
Tyce
Did Avon just smile at Villa's girlfriend??? Oh I want to read that fanfic!
 
Obsidian
trevor travis wrote:

Norl knows a lot more than he lets on.


He's the deep and quiet type.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
http://www.etsy.com/au/shop/SeraglioDesigns
Travisina
Joe Dredd wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Vilaworkd is such an obvious studio set, but who cares? This is maginifcent.


It doesn't look that nice a place to me. Give me some trees and grass or a beach or a rainforest... but craters?

Probably looks like paradise compared with the Dome Delta Grade levels and wherever Kerill came from.
Twitter: @TravisinaB7

My views are my own
VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.
 
Obsidian
Tyce wrote:

Did Avon just smile at Villa's girlfriend??? Oh I want to read that fanfic!


There are a few around.
Don't philosophise at me you electronic moron!GrinFrown
 
http://www.etsy.com/au/shop/SeraglioDesigns
Joe Dredd
meegat39 wrote:
X or Y thing?


Something like -

"Talk or scream, Travis - the choice is yours."

"Wake up now Dorian, or sleep for good. The choice is yours."
 
trevor travis
Tyce wrote:

Did Avon just smile at Villa's girlfriend??? Oh I want to read that fanfic!


Vila: "As long as they all have legs like that.
Avon: "Yes, lhose legs!"
Vila: "What?"
 
Travisina
Oh, Vila's face when Norl tells him that he's clever and brave. Nobody has ever said that to him in his life.
Twitter: @TravisinaB7

My views are my own
VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.
 
Tyce
Avon only threw Villa 'one' bracelet. What if Villa want to invite Kerril back to his place?
 
trevor travis
Colin Baker goes with a bang!
 
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