The voices aren't quite right, Pop-eye doesn't mutter enough, but the animation seems pretty good. He looks just about spot on, though Olive Oil isn't quite skinny or tall enough. It has promise, however, and I'd love to see a version that wasn't quite so bleak as the Robin Williams (RIP) version. » 9/18/14 3:35pm Yesterday 3:35pm

Must agree with you there. My "favorite" scene is the one where the general and the protagonist (whose name escapes) are arguing in his office, and the protag calls the Secretary of the Airforce, who keeps them on hold with Stars and Stripes playing in the background while the two of them sized each other up. » 9/17/14 4:10pm Wednesday 4:10pm

Well, of course there is the whole concept of psychological associations with the form of the food. Clearly it is not just the chemicals that are craved, but was that ever actually a consideration? Obviously the social and psychological impact of associations has its role. Now, if we were to try that same… » 9/16/14 12:50pm Tuesday 12:50pm

The name Durington Walls is the historic name it's been called for a long time, but does not go back to the Romans, or even pre-Anglosaxon periods. I think it is post-Norman in date, but I could be wrong. Regardless, it is not what the people who built it would have called it... » 9/10/14 10:07am 9/10/14 10:07am