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Title: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
Post by: poseidonlost on Aug 14, 2017, 02:58:10 am
You should read this book. It's got really awesome space battles and stuff and then takes a turn you'll like as a 1984/Brave New World and truth fan.

I read it in one night and so can you.  :)

It's actually about to be a movie as well.
Title: Re: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
Post by: EvadingGrid on Aug 14, 2017, 03:44:43 am
I did read it, it was a very, very, very, long time ago.
But I did not forget it.
Title: Re: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
Post by: poseidonlost on Aug 14, 2017, 03:51:49 am
Here it comes.

As in, it's gonna be a major movie.
Title: Re: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
Post by: EvadingGrid on Aug 14, 2017, 04:03:16 am
Here it comes.

As in, it's gonna be a major movie.

I dunno, yesterday friends of mine was discussing the coming new Blade Runner 2 movie - mixed feelings.

Will they produce a masterpiece ?
Or are they just cashing in on a 'name' ?
Title: Re: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
Post by: poseidonlost on Jun 15, 2019, 03:57:59 pm
I dunno, yesterday friends of mine was discussing the coming new Blade Runner 2 movie - mixed feelings.

Will they produce a masterpiece ?
Or are they just cashing in on a 'name' ?

Ah ok. EG, I'm not into Blade Runner too much I've seen the original once and it seems like it applies to what I'm putting together. I see a sequel came out in 2017. I think I gotta watch the two movies and read the Phillip K. Dick book now. I believe they're really gonna push this cyberpunk/transhumanism thing again big time.

P.S. Warner Bros. was in on both Blade Runner the original and the new one Blade Runner 2049. Hmm



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Title: Re: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
Post by: EvadingGrid on Jun 16, 2019, 01:27:50 am
Hawkwind - Spirit Of The Age
Album - Quark, Strangeness & Charm



I would've liked you to have been deep frozen too
and waiting still as fresh in your flesh for my return to Earth
But your father refused to sign the forms to freeze you
Let's see you'd be about 60 now,
and long dead by the time I return to Earth
My time held dreams were full of you,
as you were when I left; still underage
Your android replica is playing up again, it's no joke
When she comes she moans another's name
But that's the spirit of the age,
That's the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
Ah, the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age
Ah, the spirit of the age
That's the spirit of the age














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