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Surly Rockbottom

got on to a bit of a rant there . . .

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Subj: I was worried that I didn't answer the question adequately . . .
Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 at 10:31:46 pm EST (Viewed 69 times)
Reply Subj: I look forward to the Child Respect Thread.  But, consider this...
Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 at 11:43:46 am EST (Viewed 118 times)

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Good post and I pretty much agree with everything you said.
However, MAN getting hit 20 different times by a truck and getting kicked 20 different times by CHILD, I give the truck an overwhelming majority.

If Spider-Man’s skin and bones are durable enough to not take damage when lifting 20,000 pounds over his head, you would think punching him would be a lot different than punching a normal dude. Having said that, of course a street-level guy could knock Spidey out…it would just be harder than knocking out an average Street.

In relation to the original post, the question is more like who jobs more—MAN 1 to CHILD and others like him or MAN 2 to CHILD and others like him?
In other words, the majority of the time, for all intents and purposes, MAN 1 & 2 should be able to beat CHILDREN fairly easy, but which MAN loses the most to CHILDREN?

In my opinion, Spider-Man is more powerful than Wolverine.
When Spidey loses to Captain America, Batman, etc., it seems more implausible than when Wolverine loses to Captain America, Batman, etc.

 . . . but I totally agree with what you are saying re: Spidey vs. Wolverine in terms of durability and its pertinence to the question.
I think I tried to sort of attempt to say the same thing (kind of).
If anything, I think that each "job" should be analysed independently with the logic problem fully in mind. I was just thinking that to do so would be a heckuva task.
In any case, the Child Respect Thread is going to suck. He's a jerk.

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