Superman is a douche.. Not OC, but well worth posting... Except Batman keeps Kryptonite around specifically for that reason. Superman batman wonderwoman
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #2 - sirformidio
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Except Batman keeps Kryptonite around specifically for that reason.
User avatar #37 to #2 - generaljackass
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Must be part of his rape kit.
#107 to #37 - generaljackass
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**generaljackass rolled a random image posted in comment #1176669 at Friendly ** *roll 2* I will take the red thumbs, because batman is nothing more than a whiny little rich bitch. I will never understand the adoration towards someone who merely uses their wealth and is claimed to be a "superhero". He could easily be donating that money towards research for the bettering of humanity as an entity, and not just focusing on a few criminals. The premise just bugs the hell out of me.

Just for added ********** I shall role what will probably be completely unrelated and shoot for dubs. Might be the biggest failure of my life, but **** it.
#81 to #2 - anon id: f1c6f26b
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Because batman has the same reaction time as superman right. It's not like superman has super speed or anything.
User avatar #104 to #81 - sirformidio
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You're forgetting this is THE GODDAMN BATMAN
User avatar #101 to #81 - asdcfg
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He could just be like, "Hold on, before you kill me, let me call alfred and tell him I left him nothing in my will" Then he presses a button on his belt and his crotch guard drops off, showing that he coated his dick in kryptonite (almost like a crystal condom) then proceeds to rape superman.
#6 - recoveryone
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two seconds later...
#67 to #6 - infinitesinz
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I also want sauce...
#82 to #67 - magenta
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This image has expired
It's a photoshop picture of the scarecrow from Batman Begins.
#59 to #6 - anon id: abfbd8ce
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sauce?
User avatar #13 to #6 - demandsgayversion
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"Who's raping who, now? Bitch."
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#11 - kingofunnyjunk
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Batman Return Of The Dark Knight Part 2 just sayin
#30 to #11 - anon id: dacb54f9
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I liked the way the voice actor for Batman emphasized his lines...

"You're under arrest mister, you just crippled that man!!"
"He's young, he'll walk again....but you'll stay scared, won't you punk..."

"You don't get it, 'son.' This isn't a mud-hole. Its an operating table. And I'm the surgeon."

"I didn't have to go easy on you. A different binding agent, a stronger mix... I want you to remember that. I wanted to remind you to stay out of my way. In all the years to come, in your most private moments, I want you to remember the one man who beat you! "
User avatar #43 to #11 - grimgrey
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You just read my mind you son of a bitch......
User avatar #3 - shinku
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too bad thats not how time works
User avatar #12 to #3 - srskate
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Interesting point of view on it: He didn't reverse the spin of the earth, he just flew faster than the speed of light and went back in time n ****.
User avatar #18 to #12 - winsauceiswin
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btw, there's real world examples of this. there's a particle emitted by the sun (the name escapes me right now) but it has a lifespan of around 2 seconds yet it manages to reach earth and cause interference with radio waves (static in radio signals) now, if it travels CLOSE to the speed of light it would still take 8 minutes to reach earth. so, with a lifespan of 2 seconds how does it traverse the 8 minute time gap and still manage to reach earth? special relativity says time is slowed down at that high of a speed (to the particles perspective) and is able to traverse the 8 minutes seemingly instantaneously to it's perspective HOWEVER to our perspective it still takes 8 minutes to reach us. now, that is an example of my claim which i probably should have provided in the first place. i'll reply to this comment with the particles name as soon as i find it.
User avatar #86 to #18 - cadencee
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Well that is just one giant assumption isnt it?

What seems more likely, that time slowed down or it's degradation process slowed down?
User avatar #87 to #86 - winsauceiswin
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you're right, time DOES slow down, but only for the muon because of it's immense speed. i don't know if my comment #18 was unclear about that, but that's what i was saying lol.
User avatar #89 to #87 - cadencee
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I never said that. I used to accept the validity of what you are attempting to explain until I decided to question it.

How does time work? If you believe in the possibility of time travel (which i am opposed of) in any sense you'd have to accept the possibility of fate. Unless of course you take into account the theories regarding alternate parallel realities which seems rather far fetched to me.

Even in theory it would only be possible for time to come to a halt as nothing with mass can move faster than the speed of light, and even were it to do so what would happen? Would new atoms just pop into existence to recreate previous scenarios?

What I am truly questioning is, how do we know that it was time which slowed down and not the process which a specific thing takes to degrade.

When can you reliably make the jump from takes longer to degrade to the time itself slowed down?

tl;dr: Something taking longer to degrade ≠ Time slows down.
User avatar #91 to #89 - winsauceiswin
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oh i misinterpreted your comment! i thought you stating that time slowing down or the degradation process slowed down were more likely not noticing i mention time DID slow down okay, i understand now.

surprisingly (and rightfully so because it's very counter intuitive) is that time slows down. the lifespan of the muon is observable here on Earth as we can create it and test it using large hadron colliders. through repeated testing (and i'm sure mathematical predictions and proofs) you could see that the lifespan (or degradation process) is a fixed unchangeable rate.

therefore the only other option is that time must slow down OR it must exceed the speed of light. now, because a muon has mass (is nearly massless but has mass non the less) it cannot exceed the speed of light. therefore we've eliminated two of the three possible cases leaving only one, time slows down for the muon.

time slowing down involves less assumptions than the other two and, in one case the muon traveling faster than light, we actually would have to redefine all of relativity. so you can see that time slowing down actually makes LESS assumptions.
User avatar #94 to #91 - cadencee
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I'd need the actual facts about the degradation rate being unchangeable, i might research it a bit later. I just don't trust heresay is all, i feel as though you are trusting the information given to you by another. though if you have a trustworthy source can you link it to me?
User avatar #95 to #94 - winsauceiswin
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it was actually a homework problem i had lol. the muon problem, that is. so no there isn't a link lol.
User avatar #20 to #18 - winsauceiswin
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okay i was wrong in remembering the lifespan, i thought it was 2 seconds, it's actually 2.2 x 10-6 or .0000022 seconds of life. the particle is called a "muon."
User avatar #16 to #12 - winsauceiswin
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moving at the speed of light would stop time relative to your perspective not reverse it.
User avatar #17 to #16 - srskate
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he moved faster, because superman.
User avatar #19 to #17 - winsauceiswin
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oh, sorry. i was thinking in real world terms lol. i suppose moving FASTER than the speed of light could cause time reversal...i don't know because it's not provable with current physics so i can neither defend my objection nor your affirmation so we'll just have to go with the logic "because superman." but i would still recommend reading my comment #18, it's interesting stuff.
User avatar #21 to #19 - srskate
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Goddamn physics man, messes with my head.
Yeah, as everyone and the mother probably knows by now, literally nothing but light can travel at the speed of light, because mass and energy and stuff.
But this relativity stuff, i still need to wrap my head around. I'll probably learn it in college.

Just curious though. Does light technically not travel through time from its perspective?
User avatar #22 to #21 - winsauceiswin
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GREAT question, the answer is no lol. light doesn't experience time. (the actual explanation is very long and complicated and requires a bit of understanding of superposition) but yes, interestingly enough light does not experience time.

(i've studied wave mechanics and quantum mechanics in college physics already and yes, you do learn about this stuff and even cooler you do labs and actually observe it!)
User avatar #24 to #22 - srskate
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so, random theory. What if light only has a lifespan of 1*10^(ridiculously huge negative exponent) seconds.
User avatar #27 to #24 - winsauceiswin
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on the contrary light has no lifespan, it is infinite in a sense lol. but the actual time it exists would be irrelevant since it does not experience time. however, the fact that it has an infinite life span is directly related to the fact that is does not experience time. so, because it does not experience time it is (to us) infinite in lifespan, however it's actual lifespan is both irrelevant and indeterminable since it does not obey the definition of "lifespan."
User avatar #28 to #27 - srskate
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So kind of, but no.

Man I can't wait for college.
User avatar #31 to #28 - winsauceiswin
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learning this stuff isn't easy ._.

it's like 1:50 minute class and then like 8 hours outside class studying and then a 2 hour exam with 25 questions and 2 essay questions. so you need to be able to solve quantum mechanical questions with an accuracy of about 1 x 10 ^-8 (that's .00000001) in around 3 minutes 25 times and then leave the other 45 minutes to the 2 essay questions so that's just under 23 minutes of time each. these test scores usually average around 70% depending on material...only around 2 people will get an A out of a class of 100+ and the rest will be Cs or lower (from my experience).

so in a sense, yes be excited for college, but do the work so you don't fail.
User avatar #35 to #31 - srskate
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That **** sounds easy :D
but nah, its what I'm used to. Math and science are my talent. In fact, I have the AP calc AB and physics B test this year. I like theoretical problems and hard math.
User avatar #39 to #35 - winsauceiswin
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those tests are nothing, trust me lol. you'll WISH for something like that once you get into physics. it'd be a good idea to be humble when going to class, i've seen over confident people literally fail out because they though since they did well in high school that they'd do well in college. but, who knows?
User avatar #40 to #39 - srskate
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Ahh well, im always excited for a mental challenge.
User avatar #41 to #40 - winsauceiswin
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you'll get plenty of that if you're an engineering major lol .they basically say "here's a problem, now solve it" and i don't mean something like "i need to move this block from point a to point b" i mean like "write in C that tells a robot following a colored path to travel specific colors only and after a certain amount of time it changes to following a different color. or if it encounters two paths it choose the correct one and if it chooses the wrong one it goes back and chooses the other." and you say okay, can you teach us how to write in C and the prof says no lol.
#55 to #41 - Funnypocalypse
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I'm a graphic designer and what is this?

these comments are interesting though...
User avatar #57 to #55 - winsauceiswin
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ha XD
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#65 - poleelop
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If that isn't the most masculine non-male Wonder-Woman you've ever seen I'll lick my foot

Now that I've actually logged in...
#106 to #102 - poleelop
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I'll pay the first and the last - DELIVAR'D

Soz for **** camera quality, had to use in-built camera
User avatar #108 to #106 - misticalz
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hueheuheuehueheuhe
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#54 - zaggystirdust
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why the **** does superman look like a meth addict?
why the **** does superman look like a meth addict?
User avatar #62 to #54 - neroblack
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because he could do meth whenever he wants to
User avatar #79 to #62 - woodywoodlinson
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He wouldn't dare
#29 - funforlife
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User avatar #69 to #29 - vissova
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I love how in comic books the characters always have to explain everything that's going on. It makes me laugh for some reason.
#42 - Shmuck
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#32 - foodyquest
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love me some batman I do but Superman fought the Green Lantern and stole his ring and said "A thought based weapon like this ring, would only work on a being who couldn't move faster than the speed of thought". So before he could even react Superman could kill Batman if he wanted to.
love me some batman I do but Superman fought the Green Lantern and stole his ring and said "A thought based weapon like this ring, would only work on a being who couldn't move faster than the speed of thought". So before he could even react Superman could kill Batman if he wanted to.
#49 to #32 - deliciousdee
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#7 - freeyourmind
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Superman would end up with a chunk of kryptonite in his skull if he tried that ****