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Subj: Re: and yet
Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 at 10:52:56 am EST (Viewed 5 times)
Reply Subj: Re: and yet
Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 at 01:09:13 am EST (Viewed 214 times)
Quote:The "fight of his life" is not the same as "fight for your life". Thor isn't trying to kill him.
Quote:So by pure logic it can't be the fight of his life.
By definition, it can.
Quote:And don't turn it around. You make this thread based on a literal interpretation of character statements. So you can't pick and chose according to your own bias. And of course, Thor does not state that Superman is the strongest in the nine realms.
Quote:Yes, and we are taking only Superman's comments as it suits you, eh?
Quote:So is Superman the mightiest character in nine realms? Because Thor stated that none in the nine realms could stop the hit.
Since the hammer has been stopped in easier fashion by others, clearly he his not
Quote:You get around the fact that if we use the standards that you are using in this thread, Thor is the toughest opponent Superman has ever fought. You can't declare that to be a statement not to be taken literally while taking Reed's statement literally and ignoring his inclusion of the word "perhaps".
Quote:And Thor stated that Superman is the mightiest being in the nine realms.
Quote:So yeah, lets count all the statement, should we if we are using "May be" as literal. Thor didn't use may be.
He never states that he is the mightiest. He states a belief that the mightiest could not do so, which of course is untrue since one being does so previously and does so easier. Two more have done so since.
Thor also doesn't say "maybe" when he says that he will win a rematch. Superman doesn't say "maybe" when he says that he barely won. We can go on.