Playmobil's Security Checkpoint

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My girlfriend sent me a link to this rather odd offering from Playmobil...

That's right. Playmobil has made a set depicting the romping grounds of authority crazed TSA employees. The set comes complete with a conveyor X-ray machine and metal detector. Everything a small child* needs to fantasize his afternoon away. Unfortunately points are lost due to the lack of accuracy. No trashcans full of water bottles? Whatever will employees fit over?

POPULATION: None

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It is known that there are an infinite number of worlds, simply because there is an infinite amount of space for them to be in. However, not everyone of them is inhabited. Therefore, there must be a finite number of inhabited worlds. Any finite number divided by infinity is as near to nothing as makes no odds, so the average population of all the planets in the Universe can be said to be zero. From this follows that the population of the whole Universe is also zero, and that any people you may meet from time to time are merely the products of a deranged imagination.

Penguin Truth's Somewhat Incomplete Gundam Tier Chart Part 1: Do Not Want

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MY SOMEWHAT INCOMPLETE GUNDAM TIERS CHART.

Tier Review: God Tier - High Tier - Mid Tier - Low Tier - Shit Tier

Now, the concept of ranking anime programs via tiers is a pasttime of the people on 4chan. Well, actually, they do it with various types of media, and even people and music. Usually tiers lead to a lot of shitstorms, though, and generally tier threads are (and should be treated as) troll threads. Tier threads are absolutely awful, mostly because the rankings go unexplained and they lack the nuance of a more ordered numbering system. Still, those tier charts are tempting to attempt.

So, with Gundam anime, I've decided to compromise, and try my hand at one of these things, but also provide reason for my decisions as to where to rank each entry. Now, as I have yet to finish watching some of these, or haven't watched one or two for a long while, the list remains "open" to a degree. There's some possibility for mobility, as well as reconsideration for most of what's on here. So keep that in mind when you're reading this.

Tier charts are usually divided into a few different tiers. Here I've divided it into the popular ranks of "God Tier", "High Tier", "Mid Tier", "Low Tier", and "Shit Tier". "God Tier" being the tier in which, in my opinion, the best Gundam anime are in, whereas "Shit Tier" has the worst Gundam has to offer. Since I enjoy ending on a high note, let's begin with the worst of the worst, the Shit Tier.

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