The Watch: Better To Light A Candle (episode 8)

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sunk cost fallacy: noun

The idea that a company or organization is more likely to continue with a project if they have already invested a lot of money, time, or effort in it, even when continuing is not the best thing to do: Economists would point out that the sunk cost fallacy is irrational, and could be described as “throwing good money after bad”.

So it is that I shall be watching the final episode of ….

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Dr No (film)

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It’s eight years since Casion Royale and Thunderball has just hit the store shelves so Eon and United Artists decide to have a go at something bigger than a made for t.v series, anthology, budget. The problem is that someone owns half the rights to that book, someone other than Ian Flemming. Though others have said that while they’ve got more of a budget than Climax can offer they haven’t got enough for the plot of Thunderball just yet and would have to wait three more years to take a shot at it. Thus with Casino Royale tied up elsewhere they settled on the forth book in the series ….

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The Watch: Nowhere in the Multiverse (episode 7)

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In the interest of fairness I will say that if you have made it this far into the series this is, comparatively, not a bad episode. Please note that this comment should in no way be read as implying that it is a good episode. It just hurt less than the others. This episode gives us another look into a different set of pocket dimensions. This episode of ….

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Modesty Blaise by Peter O’Donnell

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In her first adventure for British Intelligence Modesty Blaise with her loyal lieutenant, Willie Garvin, must foil a multi-million pound diamond heist. They travel from London to the South of France, across the Mediterranean to Cairo before battling, against impossible odds, a private army of professional killers.

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