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Nucleon

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Daveym 
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Location: Lancashire
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: The "Proof" You Seek...
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 05:27:44 pm EST (Viewed 194 times)
Reply Subj: Proof, not Baiting Please.
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2009 at 05:09:05 pm EST (Viewed 146 times)

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    How dare you compare these miserable, pathetic palookas with the Hulk? They are mediocre to middle-of-the-road thugs, punching bags with appendages whereas the Hulk is the brick to end all bricks. This is laughable tripe - no surprise you don't convince anyone. You want to compare the Hulk to a DC character? Why not take his carbon copy - Doomsday?



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    If Solomon Grundy can rock Superman, the Hulk can absolutely pulverise him. The Hulk can get stronger and tougher than Superman because that's what he does.



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.... Meaning "feats" of course have been presented to you repeatedly, a futile attempt since at that point you usually bolt in the opposite way or blatantly ignore the subject. It has become the laughing stuff of these boards.

And anyway the "proofs" you provide are always (ALWAYS) beside the point, since you present us scans of you DC faves beating something big, or green, over which we are supposed to super-impose the Hulk in our eyes' mind instead.

This alone would be ridiculous enough to start a riot but you don't stop there. You aslo take your faves' highest feats and then put them against the oppo's lowest ones, which is the oldest, most blatant and primitive form of bias to the point of being comical, yet you consider it the most efficient method for debating.

Do you think we are that stupid so we won't notice? How old are you? How stupid do you think we are?

Finally, even if you did it right, feats in general, and feat against the environment in particular, only have measuring value for the hopeless fanboy, who after that "assemble" their idealized heroes with a collage of these improbable excesses. Inside the buisness they all know them to be much sound and fury, signifiying nothing, but necessary to keep the infantile portion of their public interested.



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