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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    Its not unfortunate its actually quite fitting. I enjoyed it and I'm still buzzed after seeing it. It was essentially a medley of everyone getting their moment.
  2. Tom King at his best, a great companion to his DC Mister Miracle too. Though his Crisis sucksssss.
  3. Sort of disagree. It’s a great Iron Man movie featuring one of RDJ’s best performances in the role. It features great introductions and supporting roles for Black Panther and Spider-Man. It advances the Vision/Scarlet Witch relationship. Ant-Man, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Falcon, and Bucky have some good stuff to do. Captain America’s screen time and development is limited compared to his first two films.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    Sis works at the cinema, they're having a staff viewing after closing. I shouldn't be there but she can bring 1 friend or family if you wanted. Normally I just wait until opening but how can I not accept. Negative is I have to start work early tomorrow so lack of sleep is an issue.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    Seeing this tonight!!!
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    Huge Capcom Announcement - Home Arcade

    People tend to conflate copyright ownership and licenses for copyrighted works. I'm not a lawyer, but this is my understanding of how copyright works regarding software licensing. Unless a contract exists that explicitly assigns the copyright ownership to some other entity (person, organization, etc.), the copyright of code belongs to the person who wrote the code. That code can then be licensed to others. For many (and arguably most) software projects, there are multiple authors/developers who have contributed code to the project. Each author can license their code under whatever license they choose (GPL, MIT, BSD, and Apache are some of the most popular), but the licenses of the code contributions must be compatible with how the contributions are used. In the case of FB Alpha, the license chosen for the project is non-commercial, and every (most? I haven't really looked into the license yet) code contribution is made under that license. Because of this, the codebase is owned by anyone whose code has been contributed to it. However, each person only has ownership (holds the copyright) over their code in the codebase. For example, let's say I started a project to write a single program that downloads files from the internet. You decide you want to contribute some code to the project, so you write the part that connects to the internet and gets the data, but I write the part that actually saves it to the storage device. You hold the copyright to the code that downloads the files, but not the code that saves them to storage. Similarly, I hold the copyright to the code that saves files to storage, but not the part that downloads them. In that example, you and I would each need to license the code we wrote with compatible licenses for our code to (legally) be used together. To do this, we'd probably just agree on a license that makes this possible and both use that license (but we could also use different licenses from each other as long as they are compatible). If your code was contributed to the project under a non-commercial license, I can't take your code and say it's okay to make money from it. You own the copyright to your code, so you're the only one who can legally do that. It doesn't matter that I'm the one who started the project or that I've contributed code to it. I only own the code I wrote (or code where the copyright has been legally transferred to me). I also can't take our project and start making money from it, even though I'm the one who started the project and have contributed my own code to it. I can only do that if I have a license from you (the copyright holder of the non-commercially-licensed code). If my code was licensed under a non-commercial license, you would also have to abide by all of those same terms. The thing is, if a third person wants to use our project for commercial gain and both of us have licensed our code contributions under non-commercial licenses, we both need to grant a license to use our code for commercial gain. If either of us refuses to do that, the project as a whole cannot be used for that. Only the code for which a commercial-gain-compatible license has been granted can be used for commercial gain. To use FB Alpha for commercial gain, every contributor with code in the version of FB Alpha being used must grant a license that allows their code to be used for commercial gain, but that doesn't seem to be what's happened here.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    I don't think it was Disney themselves but someone who has access to the movie and held a private screening. Hence all the leaks. I doubt Disney would be stupid enough to sabotage their biggest film to date. Its just human nature sadly to be greedy and act like a holes. Plus the Tom Holland thing is highly exaggerated and the leaks seems staged, in comparison to Ruffalo spoiling the end of Infinity War which seem whoopsie I messed up.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    On a comic book forums, take it with a large pinch of salt but it was from leaked from Saudi Arabi, apparently big £££ means early access.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    He was but it seems there' large amount of assholes getting their kicks from spoiling the movie online. Heck, even Pornhub isn't safe too.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    Yes it was major and I'm pissed off. Some asshat thinking it was funny. People you need to seriously not go to social media. It's going to get worst with people just being dicks.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    Great I just been spoiled by some asshole on discord.
  12. Anyone watched the second season?
  13. Bucky and Falcon car scene was brill, more old married couple than buddy cop
  14. Its a great series if you read the comics but there's a goldmine of great ideas for the MCU to harvest. Here's one of my favourites:
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