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Primetime

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Daveym 
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Location: Lancashire
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: Re: Absurdity
Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 at 01:29:35 pm CST (Viewed 8 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Absurdity
Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 at 12:56:43 pm CST (Viewed 92 times)



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    If we see the Hulks highest strength feat in 45+ years failing to lift a Mountain(Range) we have an immediate sample of his upper limit right there. Next year he might launch himself at the moon and knock it out of Orbit, but until he does such a thing this is where he's at.


Why do you keep telling this lie. Hulk did not fail to lift anything. He succeeded in holding it.


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    I also point out that if the Hulk has a solid track record of being Koed by Gastank explosions by what logic can we possibly argue he can take a Planet exploding?! If you want to think the Hulk can take the Silver Surfers best hits go right ahead, I myself need some form of proof and as we've seen over the Years the Hulk cannot take the Surfers energy Bolts any more than he can take invulnerable Shrapnel. I posted scans of a weakened Superman taking such attacks in his stride and made the comparison to even Byrnes weaker version of Superman but apparently that dichotomy doesn't count!


You keep making up the "solid track record", yet you can only name one. You posted issue numbers that seem to have nothing to do with "gas explosions". Dishonesty doesn't help your arguments. Post scans of these "gas explosions" since posting scans is your big thing. You simply post a nuclear level explosion of extremely high wield fuel and declare a "track record".


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    The upshot of all this is that if you or anyone ever objects to me saying Bob Kirkmans 'Invincible' Beats Thor I can just turn around and say "Sorry Guv, I don't need to *prove* anything here! Apples and Oranges mate... see Olorin."


The problem is that folks post proof to you and you run away for a while and later come back pretending to have never seen such proof.




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