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(Polygon)   It is by will alone I set my bowels in motion. It is by the juice of Sapho the body acquires waste, a Dune stillsuit acquires stains, the stains become water. He who controls the comments can destroy a poop thread. But the pointless content must flow   (polygon.com) divider line
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2021-10-22 7:27:57 PM  
Let's see how it deals with corn.
 
2021-10-22 7:37:58 PM  
Oh sure but when I'm stuck in a harsh environment and resort to shiatting my pants and drink my own piss they ban me from the airline.
 
2021-10-22 7:49:55 PM  
I was trapped in a broken escalator for thirty minutes. I had to drink my own urine to survive.
 
2021-10-22 7:50:11 PM  
The spice is prune juice?
 
2021-10-22 8:32:01 PM  
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2021-10-22 9:07:24 PM  
I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.
 
2021-10-22 9:07:43 PM  
This is a lot of words.  The author of this article is heavily invested in the disposition of poop in an imaginary universe.  They watched the movie, and then wrote an entire article whining about poop being left out of the film.  I have the feeling that if you spent more than twenty minutes with this writer, she would find a way to incorporate poop into the discussion.  I try not to to judge.
 
2021-10-22 9:10:50 PM  

Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.


Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...
 
2021-10-22 9:10:54 PM  
Oops! I Crapped My Pants: Undergarments for the Elderly - Saturday Night Live
Youtube rQ9qsXu34SM
 
2021-10-22 9:11:44 PM  

markie_farkie: Let's see how it deals with corn.


If I've eaten a lot of cornbread I often  give birth to sandworms.
 
2021-10-22 9:14:35 PM  

Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...


An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.
 
2021-10-22 9:19:24 PM  

Boojum2k: Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...

An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.


Yeah that was a concern I had too, thanks
 
2021-10-22 9:32:02 PM  

Boojum2k: Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...

An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.


Unless your kid is way into political intrigue occasionally punctuated with a few shots of wonderous vistas, this is really a rip-roaring adventure film along the lines of Star wars or lord of the rings that the ads have you believing.

It's very well done. But so was Blade Runner 2049.... And I'm glad that more thoughtful artsy scifi can exist. Butt I'm also glad that I can stream it and watch it over the course of three nights in between slow Machiavellian alliance making.
 
2021-10-22 10:11:03 PM  
I think "Dune" is a highly-overrated novel. It's a slog.

I always thought that the "Dune" series didn't get interesting until "God Emperor of Dune".  The last 3 books of the series are the best. And no, the Brian Herbert novels don't count. I mean, they *really* don't count. Don't go anywhere near them.

The weirdest thing about the "Dune" series is the HUGE time-jump to "God Emperor".  It's like the previous novels were a prelude to the real story in the last few books. Very much like "The Hobbit".

/LoTR is even more of a slog than "Dune"
 
2021-10-22 10:32:57 PM  

Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...


As far as a stabbin' movie goes. . it's PG.
 
2021-10-22 10:33:34 PM  
I was once trapped in an elevator for 30 minutes with some other guy.

The dumb sumbiatch suddenly started drinking his own pee!

I was delivering WATER, ffs.
 
2021-10-22 10:37:06 PM  

Mississippi Mud: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/rQ9qsXu3​4SM]


Username checks out.
 
2021-10-22 10:41:09 PM  

realmolo: I think "Dune" is a highly-overrated novel. It's a slog.

I always thought that the "Dune" series didn't get interesting until "God Emperor of Dune".  The last 3 books of the series are the best. And no, the Brian Herbert novels don't count. I mean, they *really* don't count. Don't go anywhere near them.

The weirdest thing about the "Dune" series is the HUGE time-jump to "God Emperor".  It's like the previous novels were a prelude to the real story in the last few books. Very much like "The Hobbit".

/LoTR is even more of a slog than "Dune"


The first Dune book is close to perfect.  A rich complicate universe.  Deep well thought-out characters.  The other books. . . less so.  Herbert spends a great deal of time retconning his own universe and narrative, and we get long boring and incomprehensible passages about 'the golden path' while Leto II rides around on a cart with squeaky wheels?   All "God Emperor" needs is it's own rock opera   L. Ron Hubbard style.

Oh, and fark Duncan Idaho.  Farking christ.  It's basically 'science' fiction about Joe Rogan.
 
2021-10-22 10:45:07 PM  
So, did I understand this article correctly?  People are dune it in their pants?
 
2021-10-22 10:50:07 PM  

Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...


I have a 10 year old, and mine would certainly be disappointed that they left out the pants-pooping.
 
2021-10-22 10:54:31 PM  
Somebody just got paid for talking about their personal fetish.
 
2021-10-22 10:56:18 PM  

bingethinker: Somebody just got paid for talking about their personal fetish.


Can't be mad about that I suppose.
 
2021-10-22 11:00:32 PM  
Uh yeah, that is the whole point of stillsuits, nothing is wasted.  Characters comment on how all Fremen smell because they rarely bathe and never clean their suits to conserve water.
 
2021-10-22 11:11:14 PM  

Smackledorfer: bingethinker: Somebody just got paid for talking about their personal fetish.

Can't be mad about that I suppose.


Yeah, no point in being down in the dumps about it.
 
2021-10-22 11:15:32 PM  

bingethinker: Smackledorfer: bingethinker: Somebody just got paid for talking about their personal fetish.

Can't be mad about that I suppose.

Yeah, no point in being down in the dumps about it.


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2021-10-22 11:32:16 PM  

bingethinker: Smackledorfer: bingethinker: Somebody just got paid for talking about their personal fetish.

Can't be mad about that I suppose.

Yeah, no point in being down in the dumps about it.


As life goals go I'd give it a solid number two on my list
 
2021-10-22 11:40:57 PM  

Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.


I agree w/ a lot of the stuff they cut, but Kynes has a lot of inner monologue cut that's important set up for later. Paul guesses Liet's true vision pretty early, and that convinces Liet to help the Atredies. Also, I would've ended the movie a little earlier, before the knife duel. The knife fight should've been the first important scene of the second movie, like it kind of is in the book.

/nerd problems
//also, the Reverend Mother/Gom Jabbar was the first thing in the book, and it works better that way than the order in the movie
 
2021-10-22 11:44:43 PM  

snowshovel: Boojum2k: Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...

An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.

Unless your kid is way into political intrigue occasionally punctuated with a few shots of wonderous vistas, this is really a rip-roaring adventure film along the lines of Star wars or lord of the rings that the ads have you believing.

It's very well done. But so was Blade Runner 2049.... And I'm glad that more thoughtful artsy scifi can exist. Butt I'm also glad that I can stream it and watch it over the course of three nights in between slow Machiavellian alliance making.


They strip most of that down, mostly for the better.
 
2021-10-22 11:46:27 PM  
We loved it. We arent purists.
IMHO Mamoa's deliver felt flat, but overall fine.

Can't wait to watch it again.
 
2021-10-22 11:46:33 PM  
Just finished the new version. My take on the new one in comparison to the old one.

Chani ha ha we got the kids in the theater by putting you on the poster but hardly in the movie that's not even half the book
Duncan better, I like more Duncan
Feyd fark YOU WHERE IS FEYD
Gurney this is an Oscar performance in a timeline without Patrick Stewart
Jessica badass so much more badass
Leto better amusingly Poe
Liet Kynes as good, diversity is nice
Paul as good ... maybe worse ... I mean sure he's young but this kid's like a buck o five
Piter oh look he's dead and gone back to Ant Man sequels I guess
Rabban better ragey
RevMoGHM worse lame
Sardukkar better backstory
Stilgar what are you Donald Sutherland from Kelly's Heroes?
Thufir meh this actor was great in other movies so some scriptwriter let us down
Vladimir as good ... maybe better ... like a creepy fat octopus
 
2021-10-22 11:47:35 PM  

Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...


Just got back from the movie theater. It's kinda creepy at points and a few scenes with blood, but most combat scenes are safe for older children.

PG13 is about right here.
 
2021-10-22 11:48:44 PM  

Trocadero: snowshovel: Boojum2k: Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...

An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.

Unless your kid is way into political intrigue occasionally punctuated with a few shots of wonderous vistas, this is really a rip-roaring adventure film along the lines of Star wars or lord of the rings that the ads have you believing.

It's very well done. But so was Blade Runner 2049.... And I'm glad that more thoughtful artsy scifi can exist. Butt I'm also glad that I can stream it and watch it over the course of three nights in between slow Machiavellian alliance making.

They strip most of that down, mostly for the better.


Except they didn't really replace it with anything. If Villeneuve wanted it to be an SF blockbuster, he should have upped the action. If he wanted a long epic version, he should have kept the intrigue. Instead we get a Cliff's Notes version of half the story dragged into a 2.5 hour runtime filled mostly with drawn out sweeping shots that quickly become redundant.

It badly needed an editor.
 
2021-10-22 11:49:38 PM  

Space Station Wagon: We loved it. We arent purists.
IMHO Mamoa's deliver felt flat, but overall fine.

Can't wait to watch it again.


Dunkin Dudebro was one of my favorite parts. Different take on the character but still fit the novel version pretty well.
 
2021-10-23 12:00:17 AM  

DarnoKonrad: realmolo: I think "Dune" is a highly-overrated novel. It's a slog.

I always thought that the "Dune" series didn't get interesting until "God Emperor of Dune".  The last 3 books of the series are the best. And no, the Brian Herbert novels don't count. I mean, they *really* don't count. Don't go anywhere near them.

The weirdest thing about the "Dune" series is the HUGE time-jump to "God Emperor".  It's like the previous novels were a prelude to the real story in the last few books. Very much like "The Hobbit".

/LoTR is even more of a slog than "Dune"

The first Dune book is close to perfect.  A rich complicate universe.  Deep well thought-out characters.  The other books. . . less so.  Herbert spends a great deal of time retconning his own universe and narrative, and we get long boring and incomprehensible passages about 'the golden path' while Leto II rides around on a cart with squeaky wheels?   All "God Emperor" needs is it's own rock opera   L. Ron Hubbard style.

Oh, and fark Duncan Idaho.  Farking christ.  It's basically 'science' fiction about Joe Rogan.


That was actually the point.  He wanted to deconstruct the "White Savior Chosen One Power Fantasy" novel that had been the mainstay of sci-fi since, well, forever.  So, Dune is played straight to set up the rest.  The later books are basically taking the piss from the first.  "They all lived happily ever after" means what exactly? Well, jihad, court intrigue shiatting on everything, and a bunch of Others suddenly finding that it is hard to still be The Other when you are also The Man.  it isn't so much retconning as simply asking "Well, what do you think happened three days after 'While we, Chani, we who carry the name of the concubine - history will call us wives'"? [Will always be my hands-down favorite ending of any novel]
 
2021-10-23 12:37:35 AM  
It was really really good but the people behind me in the theater didn't get it at all :D
 
2021-10-23 12:40:35 AM  

Holy Carp: This is a lot of words.  The author of this article is heavily invested in the disposition of poop in an imaginary universe.  They watched the movie, and then wrote an entire article whining about poop being left out of the film.  I have the feeling that if you spent more than twenty minutes with this writer, she would find a way to incorporate poop into the discussion.  I try not to to judge.


I started the book a while ago.

There is a part where the Duke and Paul are being examined in the fit of their stillsuits. The dude explicitly tells them what the suits do and roughly how it's done while he corrects the straps and bits.

"Urine and fecal matter are processed here in the thighs"

Just another point for book readers to be mad about what was left out of the film, I guess.

/didn't rtfa
//haven't watched the movie yet
 
2021-10-23 12:56:34 AM  
TFA fails to address what the inside of a sietch must smell like.

/Herbert mentioned it only once or twice himself
 
2021-10-23 12:59:48 AM  

Flappyhead: Uh yeah, that is the whole point of stillsuits, nothing is wasted.  Characters comment on how all Fremen smell because they rarely bathe and never clean their suits to conserve water.


They even mention it in the Lynch movie when they go over Leto and Paul's suits before the trip to see the harvesting.
 
2021-10-23 1:11:18 AM  

Boojum2k: Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...

An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.


Seriously? You really think that?
 
2021-10-23 1:15:32 AM  

Flappyhead: Uh yeah, that is the whole point of stillsuits, nothing is wasted.  Characters comment on how all Fremen smell because they rarely bathe and never clean their suits to conserve water.


Well Damn, no wonder they're never invited to tea.
 
2021-10-23 1:16:15 AM  

bughunter: TFA fails to address what the inside of a sietch must smell like.

/Herbert mentioned it only once or twice himself


The Kentucky Fried Movie (3/4) "Did a cow sh*t in here?" (1977)
Youtube xgIoNt9KunQ


My pet peeve so far? (Watched 20 minutes between hockey periods, rest over the weekend)

As someone who always picked House Harkonnen in the video games ... I HATE THE NEW PRONOUNCIATION.

HAR-CONAN in Lynch and the video games. Yeah, not subtle, but it delivers the fact they're barbaric a-holes.

Hahr-kah-nen sounds like a generic corporation from Scandinavia.

/Subby, btw.
 
2021-10-23 1:19:59 AM  

phalamir: DarnoKonrad: realmolo: I think "Dune" is a highly-overrated novel. It's a slog.

I always thought that the "Dune" series didn't get interesting until "God Emperor of Dune".  The last 3 books of the series are the best. And no, the Brian Herbert novels don't count. I mean, they *really* don't count. Don't go anywhere near them.

The weirdest thing about the "Dune" series is the HUGE time-jump to "God Emperor".  It's like the previous novels were a prelude to the real story in the last few books. Very much like "The Hobbit".

/LoTR is even more of a slog than "Dune"

The first Dune book is close to perfect.  A rich complicate universe.  Deep well thought-out characters.  The other books. . . less so.  Herbert spends a great deal of time retconning his own universe and narrative, and we get long boring and incomprehensible passages about 'the golden path' while Leto II rides around on a cart with squeaky wheels?   All "God Emperor" needs is it's own rock opera   L. Ron Hubbard style.

Oh, and fark Duncan Idaho.  Farking christ.  It's basically 'science' fiction about Joe Rogan.

That was actually the point.  He wanted to deconstruct the "White Savior Chosen One Power Fantasy" novel that had been the mainstay of sci-fi since, well, forever.  So, Dune is played straight to set up the rest.  The later books are basically taking the piss from the first.  "They all lived happily ever after" means what exactly? Well, jihad, court intrigue shiatting on everything, and a bunch of Others suddenly finding that it is hard to still be The Other when you are also The Man.  it isn't so much retconning as simply asking "Well, what do you think happened three days after 'While we, Chani, we who carry the name of the concubine - history will call us wives'"? [Will always be my hands-down favorite ending of any novel]


Even Dune doesn't play it entirely straight. Paul spends the entire book basically telling you if he succeeds its going to ruin these people and plunge the universe into war, and he still goes through with it.

/Haven't read the sequels yet but saw the Sci-Fi mini series
 
2021-10-23 1:27:55 AM  

Practical_Draconian: bughunter: TFA fails to address what the inside of a sietch must smell like.

/Herbert mentioned it only once or twice himself

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/xgIoNt9K​unQ]

My pet peeve so far? (Watched 20 minutes between hockey periods, rest over the weekend)

As someone who always picked House Harkonnen in the video games ... I HATE THE NEW PRONUNCIATION.

HAR-CONAN in Lynch and the video games. Yeah, not subtle, but it delivers the fact they're barbaric a-holes.

Hahr-kah-nen sounds like a generic corporation from Scandinavia.

/Subby, btw.

FTFM.
 
2021-10-23 1:42:38 AM  

MetaDeth: Boojum2k: Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...

An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.

Seriously? You really think that?


It's 2.5 hours, 80% of which is long slow scenery shots, and about the same percentage of action shots are obscured in darkness. An average child will absolutely be bored by it. A very bright child will also be bored by it because most of the depth and intrigue was removed so it'll seem like a long, slow movie with some action.
 
2021-10-23 2:00:20 AM  

Boojum2k: MetaDeth: Boojum2k: Holy Carp: Richard Hertz: I just watched the new one for the second time. I know everyone hates that they left out characters and changed some genders, and I kind of do too. But, my god. Look at what they did. Have a second look when you're not trying to wrap your eyes around everything for the first time. This is a masterpiece.

Hey I haven't watched it yet, and my 11 yo daughter wants to watch it with me.  Any issues? It seems like some violence, but nothing real bad from reviews I've seen.  It's been a while since I read the book...

An 11 year old will probably be bored to tears, honestly.

Seriously? You really think that?

It's 2.5 hours, 80% of which is long slow scenery shots, and about the same percentage of action shots are obscured in darkness. An average child will absolutely be bored by it. A very bright child will also be bored by it because most of the depth and intrigue was removed so it'll seem like a long, slow movie with some action.


have you tried watching it at triple speed?
 
2021-10-23 2:03:36 AM  

Practical_Draconian: bughunter: TFA fails to address what the inside of a sietch must smell like.

/Herbert mentioned it only once or twice himself

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/xgIoNt9K​unQ]

My pet peeve so far? (Watched 20 minutes between hockey periods, rest over the weekend)

As someone who always picked House Harkonnen in the video games ... I HATE THE NEW PRONOUNCIATION.

HAR-CONAN in Lynch and the video games. Yeah, not subtle, but it delivers the fact they're barbaric a-holes.

Hahr-kah-nen sounds like a generic corporation from Scandinavia.

/Subby, btw.


They generic corporation from one of Nordic Countries
 
2021-10-23 2:46:23 AM  
Poopy suit!
Poopy Suit.mpg
Youtube 64DMXtZB8CU
 
2021-10-23 4:52:54 AM  

markie_farkie: Let's see how it deals with corn.


In the article is says that stuff is processed in the thigh pads. This would logically mean solid poop is allowed to run down the leg and out of the trousers around the feet like small bits of prison wall being dumped on the prison yard by an inmate who is slowly tunneling his way out. Except these suits are sealed, so that means the poop pools in the shoes. Microscopic openings with one way valves allow the poop, compressed by the weight and steps of the suit wearer, to exit the suit. Suits must therefore be rated according to how much poop per step can be excreted. You wouldn't want someone who poops out 10 oz of poop per 1000 steps wearing a suit that can dispose of 8 oz of poop per 1000 steps, unless that's their thing, who am I to judge?
 
2021-10-23 7:09:05 AM  

thealgorerhythm: As life goals go I'd give it a solid number two on my list


That sounds like a dietary problem.
 
2021-10-23 7:17:19 AM  
I just can't comprehend the physics of poop in a stillsuit. Sticky stuff that likes to adhere to your skin. And start to digest the skin it's in contact with. At least with pee I can imagine a technical solution for males and females.  It yea, suspension of disbelief. If civs can navigate hyperspace then I guess poop is taken care of.

I can't recall on another note where the first navigators got their "spice"... I mean you need a heighliner to get to a planet how did they get there to find it?
 
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