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- The Incredibles are far more likeable and relatable, and so it…
I like Reed Richards. At least the comic book version. I don't like him as much as, say, Superman or Hulk but he's pretty cool in his own right
as a person or as a character?
What's the difference?
As a character is how people like the Joker: It's great to see what he brings to the story and how he works with the other characters, no mention if he's an asshole etc
As a person, is like when people say some character is a total bro or like his motivations
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Both in a way. He plays a crucial role in the Marvel universe. Dude is the smartest man on Earth, possibly the universe, when you have guys like Tony Stark and Dr. Doom mucking around. Despite this, he's far from perfect. He devotes almost all his time to using his knowledge to benefit humanity, but doing so makes him not as devoted a father and husband he's expected to be, and it often takes a toll on his family. He often comes across as cold and calculating
However, despite his flaws he genuinely loves his family and friends. He's very noble in his pursuits too, even if he doesn't always make the right decisions. And he's a caring hero in his own right
- Let me guess : next you are going to tell me hassassins didn't…
This is irrelevant since I made a general statement and not efering to a special show/game/whatever...
How many people do you know that know that ninjas did NOT wear black suits? All people think that and thats just wrong. Im just pointing it out.
I think the hood has become more of a stable between Assassins Creed games than most..
For about a full minute I thought you said architecture
- Last panel: "Is there anything worse than a robber?"
- you didn't hear this from me, but hentaifu is a thing
- The "What am I supposed to do when he pulls moves like ou…
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- that breast cancer survivor looks badass
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- you don't win a wryyyy contest by how low you go you win b…
dont forget bout the steamroller smash up part.
- thanks op, it was really funny
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- An united europe is a obligatory step if we want to become the…
The European Debt Crisis...
gonna need some a little alien intervention for that..... and Will Smith
That's easy enough to say, but it doesn't work like that. If all the countries in Europe were economically around the same level, then sure, it'd be easier (Ignoring the backlash against loss of national identity). However, there are countries in the EU that are financially unstable at best and they would bring nothing to the union but take all the benefits.
It'd be like working your whole life and becoming quite well off, then the government says you now have to give half of everything you owe to a crack head bum who has nothing because we're "Uniting".
The only countries that would agree to a union are ones who are equal in economic power, in the EU that would be Britain, France and Germany. The rest would have to either become subservient to those countries and have less say in how the union is run or build up their economies before being allowed to join.
Run by Jews no less
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