KGFIII723 karma2013-08-14 19:55:55 UTC
20 hours ago, Kane Hodder (Jason) called Freddy Krueger a hack in an IAmA.
Would you like to entertain us by trash talking Jason?
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KGFIII138 karma2013-08-14 21:09:01 UTC
KGFIII136 karma2013-07-25 15:50:57 UTC
As an accomplished scientist, how would you rate the scientific knowledge of your colleagues in Congress? What could be done to improve it?
I'm a liberal living in NJ. I plan to vote in the primary and special elections for Senate. I am predisposed to vote for Cory Booker, as I think his name recognition and state-wide popularity make him a safer bet to keep the seat Democratic, though of course I realize it's more likely that the Democratic candidate will win no matter who it is. I think you're both good candidates, and as far as I can tell your views are fairly similar. Why should I vote for you instead of him?
I learned from your Wikipedia page that you are the only Quaker in Congress. Has this ever been an issue? How big of a thing is personal religion in Congress?
KGFIII103 karma2013-08-03 03:23:22 UTC
That was actually the basic plot of the 2008 David Baldacci novel Hour Game, too:
I had that basic idea kicking around in my head for a story until I saw that Baldacci already wrote it. I think it's an intriguing premise for a thriller/crime novel.
KGFIII35 karma2013-08-09 23:00:14 UTC
Do The Right Thing blew me away the first time I saw it. One of the things I found most impressive about it was how you created what felt like a very real place and breathed a lo t of life into the characters, even ones who had barely any screen time. When so many movies struggle to create even one compelling character, a movie like Do The Right Thing makes it look like creating twenty is easy. As a writer/director, what do you think makes a good/memorable character?
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