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#1 Edited by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

It is outdated.

Would be better if they passed somekind of law that said if people leave their country to fight it on behalf of another nation or organisation, they get banned from entering their old country again and whatever they happen to own that's still inside, well that just becomes someone else's.

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#2 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

Going by what I can scrape off the internet:

5x Tyson Prime vs a male gorilla:

  • 6x times the upper body strength of an adult human
  • weighs between 170 to 220kg (depending on species)
  • has arms that have a span of 30cm greater than they would be on a human
  • massive teeth
  • has a skull-shape designed for fighting
  • has a tendency to grab branches to whack the opponent with

No idea what Kaioken is.

Even with this buff, I'll still put the money on the monkey.

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#3 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

So you don't like Thor very much. :)

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#4 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack said:

@outside_85: F**kin magnets, how do they work?

Why dont you tell me, Mr. Pym? Or are they too too diverse and unique for you to describe?

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#5 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack said:

@outside_85: I bet you believe global warming and evolution are just options to. xD

Not at all since those are well documented and only questioned by morons.

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#6 Edited by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack said:
@outside_85 said:

@teerack: I don't, but I am not going to go looking. Add to this, out of 7 billion humans along with everything else with a pulse on this planet, I think there will be more than a few heartbeats that will sound exactly alike even to someone like Superman, same as with voices.

That really just goes to show your ignorance of the human body more then anything considering human variation deals with numbers much bigger then billions...

Yes, a person’s heartbeat - or, ECG - is as unique and secure a biometric as retinal scanning or fingerprints.

Not to be a jerk but I would be embarrassed to talk so confidently about something I don't know what I'm talking about without even looking into it. I mean do you even have any idea what effects your heart beats sound? Your blood pressure, your heart, your blood, your height, your weight, your age, etc... It's kind of the center of your whole body and is effected by pretty much the whole of your body.

Thank you for your bullsh&t oppinion, now get lost.

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#7 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

@squares said:

@redlantern23 said:

@squares: Thor is a name, not a title. If Lady Thor has another name she would she go by that.

If it's not a title then why is it being treated like one?

Because some fool at Marvel doesn know the difference between a name and a title... or worse; doesn't care.

That said, we haven't even heard her talk yet, no one actally knows she's picked up the hammer, so while the chance is small, perhaps we should wait with freaking out till we know what she's going to go by inside the comics.

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#8 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack: I don't, but I am not going to go looking. Add to this, out of 7 billion humans along with everything else with a pulse on this planet, I think there will be more than a few heartbeats that will sound exactly alike even to someone like Superman, same as with voices.

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#9 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

Every character appeals to someone on some level if given a chance. Hawkman appeals to some people, maybe because he's the closest thing to Indiana Jones we can get in DC? (Though in the New 52 that seems to be Hawkgirl on Earth-2) He appears to be uncompromising in some cases (earning him as many likes as dislikes). Some just like the visual appeal he has.

I can't say I find him interesting at all... but then again I don't find Batman or Superman interesting either, so maybe I am just missing the point.

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#10 Posted by Outside_85 (9478 posts) - - Show Bio

@teerack: Maybe in la-la land, but not here and especially not when a heart rate constantly rises and falls depending on how much oxygen a body needs to process.

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