Like seriously, everyone I have talked to has seemed to feign interest in it to look good, when they would much rather stare at the god damn Kardashian Asses all day.
Yeah every one has what they like and don't like, but it gets seriously fucking discouraging encountering this this fakeness and insincerity about outer space, both online and real life almost 100% of the time. It feels quite alienating for me, where I seem to be all alone in this passion.
My biggest gripe, justifiable or not I don't know, is how the Pluto flyby was a big topic for just two week before everyone got back to fawning over fucking Miley Cyrus or some stupid shit like that.
It sucks feeling completely alone in my favorite hobby. :(
Hello! I love space and movies related to outer space, space travel, etc. Could you suggest a movie related to the above topics?
PS: I'm not looking for documentaries, I would like to watch something fictional or based on a true story but I don't want documentaries. Thanks in advance
That bong - which I shared in my last post a day ago - has got me flying in outer space.
Greetings good people of /r/MCPE,
It is time for another installment of /r/MCPE's Weekly Building Challenge!
We unfortunately did not have any entries last week. Hopefully this week's challenge should be enough to challenge your creative minds :)
######This week's challenge theme: Outer Space
Space, the outer world, is absolutely amazing. We've had some great renditions of the outer world such as Star Trek, Star Wars, No Man's Sky, Kerbal Space Program, Gravity, Interstellar, Firefly , 2001: A Space Odyssey, etc. Now it's turn to see your view of the outer world! Go crazy and make the world you've always wanted to, filled with different planets, aliens, spacecrafts, adventures and journeys!
6 Points :: For including a spaceship.
3 Points :: For creating two unique planets and giving them unique names.
Disclaimer: bonus points are absolutely NOT required to enter. You can ignore them completely and still win; they simply offer you the opportunity to try to edge out the competition and also give you some direction for your builds.
######The winning entry will be chosen on Sunday, 2nd October.
Cheers, and thanks for coming out!
You can also flair your submission for inclusion in the WBC manually: in the row of links beneath the title of your submission (comments - share - report - ... etc) you should see a link titled 'flair' -- click that and a window pops up with all the different categories you can use. WBC is towards the bottom.
The entry with the highest score when the contest closes wins... The submitter of the winning entry will be awarded a numbered diamond flair, incremented for each contest win.
I’d love an outer space space bar, but I’ve also seen some awesome idea23 custom dsa bars, specifically a blue swirl one (close enough to space-like). I obviously haven’t seen every custom space bar on the market so if you have something I’d love to take a look. Only thing I wouldn’t consider is anything in orange, yellow, brown, black, white. Thanks!
You guys can’t lie kkfos is so nostalgic and the effort into the movies details (clown costumes, music) really takes you back to the 80’s. Movies plot is so random and funny you can’t really keep your eyes off it. Just wanted to know if anyone knows of any other films similar to this one from the 80’s that is horror (or cheesy horror lol) thank you 😃
After Vandire was killed, the Decree Passive is past. This keeps the Ministorum from having "Men Under Arms" which is famously exploited as a loophole to have the Adepta Sororitas created.
Codex Adepta Sororitas (8th Edition)
>At the behest of the other High Lords of Terra, a great number of changes to the Adeptus Ministorum were then implemented, the most radical of which was the implementation of the Decree Passive. By this edict the Ecclesiarchy was ordered to relinquish its control of its standing military forces, giving over the bulk of its armies to the Astra Militarum and its fleets to the Imperial Navy. But Sebastian Thor insisted that the Daughters of the Emperor were unaffected by the Decree. He knew that military might was needed to defend the faith, and so the Daughters were incorporated fully into the Ministorum and renamed the Adepta Sororitas. This caused much vexation amongst the other High Lords, but they had no recourse to oppose the newly appointed Ecclesiarch, nor the powers he still held.
So here we see the "no Men under Arms loophole” was considered weak even when it was established. However, Thor understood that leaving the Ministorum to the mercies of the other Adeptus would lead to more problems; namely, someone could coopt it again and start the Reign of Blood all over, or it would be torn apart. The Adepta Sororitas were created to police the Ministorum with the aid of the newly formed Ordo Hereticus.
This is such a big deal that it comes up as the main plot point in Our Martyred Lady that revocation of it would be apocalyptic for the Imperium. However, we also see the Ministorum has consistently pushed what “Under Arms” means. For instance, Missionaries:
>Armed with a variety of rugged weaponry and wearing a sacred rosarius, a Missionary leads by example, striding into battle through storms of enemy fire without fear, bellowing the creed of the God-Emperor. The sheer force of their presence and the power of their rhetoric can steady the hearts of faithful warriors about to break, or drive their charges into an exultant killing frenzy
However, this may be excused they’re not an organized and trained in for that solely for combat purposes-
>Pious warrior-knights chosen for their martial skill and utter devotion to the Imperial Creed, Crusaders act as the bodyguards and champions of the Ministorum priesthood. They are often seen fighting alongside the Adepta Sororitas in their wars... keep reading on reddit ➡
No idea what year this movie was, maybe 90s / early 2000s? Anyway, a man and a woman are stuck in a spacecraft. I can't remember the reason, but they can't escape / start the craft because there's too much weight (or something) on board. They debate over who is going to be ejected, when finally the woman volunteers. The man ejects her into space, feels guilty about it, and I think he's either reprimanded or rewarded for his actions, I don't remember which.