February 17, 2012

To her friend...

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  1. I understand the feeling.
    Some things do make a person think
    Why?

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  2. Why doesn't this get an "It's true" tag?

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    1. I thought the same thing.

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    2. Because who cares? Why even talk about this?!

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    3. Because when Johnny Storm isn't on fire, he can eat ice cream.

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  3. I think I'm in love.

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    1. I'll fight you for her.

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  4. I love when comic readers suddenly get hit with the lightning bolt of clarity. It's rare, but it happens.

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  5. This is how most conversations with my friends go. We talk about stupid shit like this and start going "Wait, when did we start talking about Dr. Who and Star Trek? AGAIN?"

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  6. "Could Wolverine survive on the Sun?"

    True story. Unfortunately.

    Similarly, I managed to get two nerds riled up by asking, "Darth Vader or Megatron - who wins?", then immediately leaving the room.

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    1. How could Megatron lose? That doesn't even sound like a particularly even match-up.

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    2. But, dude, the _force_!

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    3. Vader would kick the crap outta Megatron!

      ...me thinks Anon 9:56 has struck again.

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    4. Don't be too proud of that technological terror. He's insignificant next to the power of the force.

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    5. Not like I think Megatron is particularly impressive by giant robot standards or anything, but while I get that the force is unfathomably powerful what exactly can Vader himself do with it? Pretty sure I've only ever seen him use it as a low-grade telekinesis.

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    6. Bear in mind that Vader is (theoretically) a robotics genius, having built C-3PO. He could reprogram Megatron or something.

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    7. Thesandwich: because he hasn't *needed* to do much with it. The imperial military has most things sewn up and for years, the most he's had to is permanently discipline officers, deflect the odd laser blast, and aim his personal TIE fighter real good. The only challenge was geriatric Ben Kenobi shuffling back onto the scene, and some wet-behind-the-ears farmboy that he didn't want harmed for some reason.

      What Vader does: wave and tense his fingers a bit.

      What Megatron does: feels his head go crunch.

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    8. He didn't need to... right up until the point where he died. I'm supposed to just assume that at any point he could've waved his hands and exploded everyone around him. That when he tossed the sith lord he could've just waved his hand and knocked him off the platform but instead chose to stumble over there in his awkward prosthesis and manually pick the man up with his hands to toss him. That the trilogy came and went without this man ever choosing to manifest the insane godpowers he possesses.

      I'm not exactly knowledgeable on the subject but that's a hard pill to swallow.

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    9. Anon 9:56 here.

      Hehehehehehehe!

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  7. Wish everyone had that last part added to their conversation, most people here just continue until closing

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  8. Cavemen vs. astronauts. Who wins?

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  9. By the way, Ghost Rider could totally eat ice cream when he was in Ghost Rider form, as long as the ice cream wasn't a sinner. If it had committed a sin, then it would melt.

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    1. So, chocolate decadence is out?

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  10. And yet people complain about the characters on Big Bang Theory not being realistic.

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    1. No, I think people complain about the characters on Big Bang theory being not FUNNY.

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  11. Ha ha, I love the "Wait. Who cares?..." ending.

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  12. Best. Customer. Ever.

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