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Re:Arcades 4 years 1 month ago #3766

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Like the movie U-571 which supposedly told the story of Americans capturing a German sub and it's Enigma machine... when in actual fact it was captured by the British... and Enigma cracked by the boffins at Bletchley Park.. led by Alan Turing, the tortured genius who invented modern day computers..
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Re:Arcades 4 years 1 week ago #3796

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<strong>Taggart wrote:</strong>
<strong>stav wrote:</strong>
Hollywood doesn't deal in facts Taggart.. you should know that by now. :laugh:

Yes, they mess with significant historical stories like those of WW II and also others.

Sometimes it makes sense for them to alter history to make a film more entertaining or interesting. But often, I find that their editing has the opposite effect - especially when it comes to war films. The speeches in Patton, for instances, are a lot more fiery in reality than in the film.
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Re: Arcades 4 years 1 week ago #3833

Well I think it depends on your site. But I have a forum that i use that has a flash game section and I tend to stay longer in that site because of it. But I have seen that the games hosted their is the creation of the forum creator so I think its an additional revenue for him.
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