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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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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The Watch: A Near Vimes Experiance (episode 1)

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I’ve made some posts, and sly comments, about the new Discworld series based on the city watch series of books. My intention was to skip them entirely much the same as I have done for season 2 onward of Discovery. However now reviews are coming in and some are suggesting that this might not be the worst thing in the world at all. So I shall journey to a distant, and second hand, set of dimensions to watch ….

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