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You know there are at least ten members who know the story if they’re not too embarrassed to post it.
 
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I'm guessing they won't post it.
 
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If they were truly brave they would have made Superman “Supernonbinary”.


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Nobody borrowed Fritz the Cat comix from the hippies at the other end of the dormitory floor in 1970?


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For the eleventeenth time, Highlander... "Assless chaps" is redundant.

If they're not assless, they're not chaps; they're just pants.

Big Grin


If you hang your chaps on a hook, wouldn't they be assless?

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Black Female 007 is also a bad idea. Make her 009 or something, just another agent working for M and Q, but not Bond and not 007. Woke movies usually suck and fail financially.


Didn't they have a gay referenced scene in Skyfall where Bond was strapped to a chair and Silva was checking out Bonds body...
Could be wrong, but I took that to be an attempt to f with his mind rather than his body.
 
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Nobody borrowed Fritz the Cat comix from the hippies at the other end of the dormitory floor in 1970?


No need, I had all the Zap Comix and pretty much any of the others R. Crumb showed up in. Smile




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Keep on truckin'!


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Nobody borrowed Fritz the Cat comix from the hippies at the other end of the dormitory floor in 1970?


No need, I had all the Zap Comix and pretty much any of the others R. Crumb showed up in. Smile


In college I was reading Zippy the Pinhead, and Fat Freddy and the Phurry Freak Brothers.


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Jeeez....

If anything, Marvel tried to start a whole new woke comic, The New Warriors, which predictably cratered upon its announcement. DC instead puts out Super-Swinger, tied to one of their legacy characters.
 
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EVERYTHING in modern westernized culture is feminizing men and doing everything to denounce healthy male masculinity.
 
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bought plenty, and read them, as an adult,

last trip to the Comic shop, that I had a mailbox in, was maybe 20 yrs ago tho, I was 38 then,,

just a reminder that not all were sucky or juvenile, or woke back then,

Frank Miller did some great work,

Watchmen was a great Trade Paperback

most of what I was readind was from what were called independents, Dark Horse, Image are 2 I remember



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EVERYTHING in modern westernized culture is feminizing men and doing everything to denounce healthy male masculinity.


Absolutely true.

What do you call hating women?

Misogyny.

What do you call hating men?

Perfectly acceptable.
 
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Reminds me of a dirty joke I heard eons ago:

Superman is out flying above Gotham looking for something to do. He spots Wonder Woman laying out in the nude on the roof of a high-rise. Feeling cheeky he swoops down faster than a speeding bullet, gives her an equally quick pounding, and speeds off. A very confused Wonder Woman says "what is the devil was that?" The Invisible Man replies "I don't know but my ass really hurts!".



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