February 10, 2014

While discussing big monsters...


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  1. YEAH! FUCK REEDING!

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  2. So I guess this guy would fall into the category of "dicks who DON'T read books."

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    1. *can't*

      "But I like the pitchers! And I can still vote!"

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  3. I can only wonder how he pronounced Cthulhu.

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    1. This might be one of the rare cases where MRTIM didn't draw ENOUGH spittle.

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  4. That dick Lovecraft was always ripping of J.J. Abrams for his fucking books, man.

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    1. At least he din't publish books full of spoilers for TV-series, like George R. R. Martin.

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  5. Freaking elitist dicks and their fancy book learning!

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  6. His shirt expresses my feelings quite adequately.

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  7. Actually, he makes the cloverfield monster look like a miniture poodle in comparison.

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    1. He only buys them for the pictures so it doesn't count, obviously.

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    2. only to people who - for reasons best know to themselves - are too embarrassed to admit to everyone that they read COMICS, and feel that they have to legitamise their hobby by making it sound all grown-up and serious. see also "graphic novel" & "sequential fiction". they're comics, dude! embrace!

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    3. Books. Comic books. Comic books are a type of book and you're a complete ass if that sounds pretentious to you.

      Rather, I'd say that you are the one who isn't embracing comics for what they are if you can't even accept that they are books.

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    4. To be fair, "comic" book doesn't really make sense, since not all comic books are comedic.

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    5. really, Thesandwich? calling me an ass? to be pedantic, a comic isn't a book, it's not even a "type" of book, it's a periodical ( unless it's published in trade form, in which case, yes, it IS a book ), and unless you want to start referring to GQ, Good Housekeeping, and The National Enquirer as books you can't refer to a comic as such. I've been reading comics for the best part of fortyfive years now, mate, so, yeah, I think I long ago accepted them for what they are.

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  10. I'd be relieved that he'll just die out (probably in a Darwin-award way) if I didn't subscribe to the Idiocracy theory. And this guy sounds like he stepped right out of that movie.

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