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A Friend from Work

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Vidar

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Subj: You'e conveniently leaving out his words..
Posted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 at 12:08:24 pm EST (Viewed 197 times)
Reply Subj: No, that's exactly how it went down
Posted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 at 04:40:33 am EST (Viewed 223 times)

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Thor places a hand gently on her arm and makes a suggestion, only to be threatened with getting his one remaining hand removed!

What kind of relationships have you been in where that level of hostility is instantly offered and you think that's normal?

In trying to build a strong, feminist female role model Aaron has instead created a nasty, spiteful piece of trash which ironically, deftly undoes his dubious ambitions.
Vidar

Thor came in and swung his axe at them, then he's somehow gentle when he puts his hand on her and tells her to give up her mission and go home to be a sick cancer patient? How would Thor himself react to such a thing?
It's plain to see why some of you hate this run; You can't read.

I'm not saying Aaron hasn't had some heavy handed messages but her bluster and rage is not any worse than what we've seen Thor go on about 100 times over in the past. Her rage is no different than when Thor would get angry and run into Odin's throne room, plowing through guards, yelling, and demanding actions or answers. Thor would lose his temper so badly he'd get completely banished from Asgard. Jane, a pure and direct throwback to the Don Blake/Thor era, loses her temper and to you fine folks it's because she's towing some feminist message. That's what you people are saying.


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