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zvelf

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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In Reply To
motifian

Member Since: Sat Jun 10, 2017
Posts: 503
Subj: Re: lol
Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 at 04:24:16 pm EST (Viewed 34 times)
Reply Subj: Re: lol
Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 at 02:17:18 am EST (Viewed 40 times)



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      Even before I clicked on that link, somehow I knew you were going to be grasping at straws. That scan doesn't say that. It only says the waters of Lethe transformed Zeus into the body he's in now. However, this scan plainly states that Zeus is a "HUMAN child". Now why would Greg Pak use that language if Zeus were not a HUMAN child?
    Because he wasn't a human child. Typhon did not know Zeus had been just amnesiac.


Of course Typhon knew. He was a participant in all of Hera's manipulations.


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    A human child does not gets Zeus power. That in itself makes no sense.


It's a comic book. The writer, Greg Pak, gets to decide the rules, not you. He wrote the waters of Lethe turning Zeus into a human child. He certainly didn't write Typhon calling Zeus a "human child" because he wants the reader to think Zeus isn't a human child. That's how you, the same person who says only what is on the panel counts, interprets it though and that really makes no sense. So this single argument shows you denying right what's printed on the page, destroying your credibility, and it shows you being a hypocrite.


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      Even more fascinating is that you refuse to admit you're ever wrong about anything and so you keep doubling down on absurdities and obfuscate and distort until you don't even know what you're arguing any more. You first brought up the Thor knocking over Odin example to demonstrate that Odin wasn't hurt just like Darkseid knocking down Wonder Woman didn't mean she was hurt. But your Marvel hatred is so strong, that morphed into you thinking Odin was hurt and that Odin is a weakling. And then I brought up the example of Wonder Woman knocking down Zeus, and your only defense was that Zeus fell on his back so it's meaningless but Odin fell on his knees and so he's "seriously hurt." Come on! Then you literally ended up responding to your own insult that you tossed at me, mistakening it as something I said to you in our last thread. My writing style isn't even like yours. And after you accused me of hating DC and I showed you numerous posts in which I praised or advocated for DC characters, you stated that I wasn't sincere in these posts and was only doing so with an ulterior motive. I've been posting here for about 15 years, and you think I've been secretly lying about DC characters for all that time? That's just crazy talk.

    You can try to rationalize it any way you want, you do hate DC characters when it comes to your favorite marvel characters.


I'm not rationalizing anything. I gave you a whole bunch of links, plain evidence of my posting positive things about DC characters going back 5 years, long before you came to this board, that utterly contradicts your assertion that I hate DC characters. I mean, you can keep asserting that, but it just makes you look foolish.


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    Are you surprised someone called you out on your blatant bias?


I am surprised because I don't hate DC characters. In the roughly 15 years I've been on these boards, I don't recall anyone accusing me of that. Now, I do read more Marvel comics than I read DC, but I also regularly read DC, which I wouldn't if I hated DC.


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      I seriously hope you're not like this in real life because otherwise your life is just a series of continuously deluding yourself and making up reasons to support a choice already made instead of considering reasons to make a choice.
    You're getting personal once again Mr Nimoy. Awfully personal.


It does sound like I hit the nail on the head though, which actually makes me sad, and I don't get emotional easily.


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                  Or when between losing the argument or being a hypocrite, you chose to be a hypocrite by claiming Thor knocking down Odin shows Odin to be a weakling but Wonder Woman knocking down DC Zeus means nothing.
                Because both are not similar. Zeus wasn't on his hands and knees.
              Right, because if you fall forward, you're a weakling and if you fall backward, getting knocked down means nothing. It's pretty clear you're the one getting the drubbing here.
            Being on his knees and hands shows he was significantly hurt. It's a staple of comics.
          Another made up rule by you. I guess Darkseid was seriously hurt when he tripped on some steps!
        He was totally Depowered, so yes. It's a sign of weakness.
      Hilarious. Darkseid was obviously not seriously hurt as he got right back up. So much for your nonsense rule.
    Are you alright? What do you think you're saying here?


That your arbitrarily made-up rule is wrong.


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      I'm not saying any of those things. You're the one who arbitrarily made up a rule that "being on his knees and hands" means being "significantly hurt. It's a staple of comics," except that rule plainly goes against the original point you were trying to make - that Diana wasn't injured at all when Darkseid blindsided her. So you're caught applying one standard for Odin and another to Wonder Woman, which is of course what you do in all your posts regarding Marvel and DC characters so you have no credibility.
    Now you are just flip flopping all over the place. Take a stand and stick to it. If Diana was weakened because she was on her hands and knees, so was Odin. You can't have it both ways. Diana wasn't injured, she was stunned only and recovered quickly. Anything else is pure conjecture on your part.


I'm not flip flopping. You are. I never stated that Odin was seriously hurt. You did. You stated that being on hands and knees means you're "significantly hurt" and that's "a staple of comics." Wonder Woman was knocked on her hands and knees. Now you're saying she wasn't injured. In other words, you're contradicting yourself and painting yourself a hypocrite by applying one standard to Odin and another to Wonder Woman. I already pointed out the big differences between the Odin and Wonder Woman scenarios and have never wavered on that.





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