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Omar Karindu

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Scott

Subj: Re: JSA and SSOV
Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 at 03:45:04 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: JSA and SSOV
Posted: Sun Sep 30, 2007 at 07:54:01 am EDT

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Since you brought it up, that's another thing that bothered me about the 70s and 80s incarnations of the JSA, how come they never invited the revived SSOV to join the ranks of the JSA? These guys were timelost for 20+ years (at the time of JLA #100-102) and could have used the help and comfort of the JSA. I know we are supposed to assume that most all of them went into retirement but it still would have been a decent thing to do.

Scott

> Since you brought it up, that's another thing that bothered me about the 70s and 80s incarnations of the JSA, how come they never invited the revived SSOV to join the ranks of the JSA? These guys were timelost for 20+ years (at the time of JLA #100-102) and could have used the help and comfort of the JSA. I know we are supposed to assume that most all of them went into retirement but it still would have been a decent thing to do.
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> Scott

For just a second there, I misread "SSOV" as "SSOSV" and thought you were discussing JLofA #195-7 and All-Star Squadron #25-6 and Annual #2.

Though that misreading got me thinking, I'll admit....

- Omar Karindu

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