I guess that it is representative of the problems that female readers face that not a single female character has ever been chosen as character of the month.
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It would seem logical that she infiltrated Hydra based on the episode name.
@fabulosity: I am not sure, we have a pretty good idea how the brain works, despite its complexity. That is a bit more of thinking that humans are the be all and end all of the universe, but in actuality we aren't really that important. The only cases where excessive brain use results in bleeding are indicative of greater problems on a physiological scale. Sue is the only one of the four that gets side effects from the use of powers as well.
I binge-watched this a couple of weeks ago. It was ok and did get better. Skye was an especially interesting character, and would be cool to see in Marvel Comics even if the series doesn't last.
@razzatazz: "Hitler ruled through fear and intimidation. He motivated people with the threat of violence, not with actual rhetoric."
Not completely true.
Only not true in the sense that the ones that weren't ruled by intimidation was the military and the police.
Also this is a pretty big insult...
Seriously, say what you will about the monster, but he was a fantastically ingenious leader. Dubya couldn't lead a dog to a bowl of kibble.
Hitler ruled through fear and intimidation. He motivated people with the threat of violence, not with actual rhetoric. He is one of history greatest bullies, and was not a particularly effective leader except to know to secure the control of the police and military in his power grab.
It doesn't seem to be too big of a deal. I can compare anything to anything and find similarities. It is a pretty basic exercise in logical thinking, only the subject matter is kind of weird. I am not sure if 12 year olds need to know in depth the stuff that Hitler did, or if they did that they would know a fairly sanitized version which doesn't do justice to his evil.