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  Caedus_16
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I have faith Batman could stop him. Laughing

As long as he had some kryptonite.


I will now demonstrate how much of a nerd I am...

At one point in the DC universe Superman DID go crazy. He was under Braniac's control. Batman was able to stop him by crafting a Kryptonite ring, and since Superman relies on his powers and strength without them he has no real fighting skills and Batman was able to demolish him. Therefore Batman now always wears the ring just in case.

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Ha ha! That's awesome. I knew I was right. Very Happy
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If Superman went crazy, I would say he would destroy the world.
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Yeah, I knew that, but I was thinking more of some kind of psychotic break, rather than a possession or evil twin.
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You know there is the Justice League episode featuring an alternate universe with the "Justice Lords" where that Superman vaporizes Lex with his heat vision and lobotomizes every villain as a nice simple way of ending crime. So we maybe have an idea of what might happen if Superman went nuts.
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My pondering: why do some people feel the need to post everything on people's walls on facebook. What's wrong with private messaging?

Kinda bugs me sometimes since I tend to be a more private individual and prefer private messages but then some people only write back if I post on their wall. Then I'm left wondering why the devil that happens and if I'm missing something. Personally I'd like it if PMs on facebook had a like button so people could at least let me know they read the message and approve of it...

(ok so half question and half rant technically).
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Personally I feel some people use social networking sites just to prove how popular they are, how in touch with others they are. Can't do that in private.
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Social Networking is all about number one. Rolling Eyes
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I wonder why people are surprised that I really speak like this. Confused
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Speak like what, Life? That was a pretty tame post for you. Wink
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Very Happy

Well, my good fellow, I shall tell thee with all the vivaciousness and wanton randomosity of a bumbling circus high wirer performer. That is to say, sadly, that I shall fall over my words and fall flat on my face. And even if I didn't? I shall dive from my chair and fall flat on my face, for the fun of it.

It was quite remarkable, and somewhat disturbing, when a friend approached me (such actions are often quite scary to begin with, but this was a great deal more so) and expressed her shock and awe that I really do use 'old fashioned' words, colouful language that would not be amiss in a dismally made 30s period drama, which I found shockingly aweful.

As such, I polled my friends (that is to say, I lined them up and tied them to a pole) and many, though not all, I hasten to add (these I released back into the wild) felt surprise at my non conformist and random use of lesser known words in the beginning.

It is because, old chap, the English language is distinctly blessed to have four times the number of words than the French language - this is because there are more sources that our words derive from: Celtic, Gaelic, Norse, Saxon, Latin, French etc. When I learned this fact I became sad. I, too, became depressed, at the thought that we simply do not use all these words to their full potential. I was sad, and depressed. But not no more! Like Joseph and his technicolour dreamcoat (not sure what they had when films were in black and white), I donned my cape and fedora, scrawled, within an inch of its life, with random words that I've long since forgotten the meaning to. And misuse them at my will.

Furthermore, I was surprised I was the first of such a person they had come across. Here, and on the internet elsewhere, others use delightfully unfrequented words

Phew. I'm knackered now! Laughing
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Now that's more like it. Olde-English speech can be smashing good fun, eh wot? Wink
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I wonder why, why, why, Delilah?
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Laughing
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And now I'm wondering who Delilah is and what Life is talking about. Laughing
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