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Superman Really is a Dick
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BTR1701
2018-04-05 21:08:24 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).

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And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.

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Thanks a lot, dick.
A Friend
2018-04-05 22:15:15 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead
It was 1961. More like three billion.
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and Superman's biggest concern is that he's an orphan again (a grown
man orphan, no less).
They are also affected by green earthite, as they are by kryptonite.
This worried him, too.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
The machine was revealed in a letter column published several months
later to be a popcorn machine from an alien movie theater.
anim8rfsk
2018-04-06 00:25:31 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere, so
how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation for
Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save for, oh
yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian parents are alive
in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the closest anybody came to being
orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers got atomized.

Here's a scan of the whole comic:

http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960

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BTR1701
2018-04-06 06:41:21 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere, so
how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation for
Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save for, oh
yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian parents are alive
in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the closest anybody came to being
orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers got atomized.
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"

Yeah, and now those guys are losing out on several weeks' work and your
company isn't going to be paid its full demolition fee. You're too
stupid to realize that Superman is just being a dick again.
A Friend
2018-04-06 11:29:51 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
No.
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and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere,
Yes, thanks to the writer Frank Robbins. Sheer idiocy.
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so how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation
for Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save
for, oh yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian
parents are alive in a Survival Zone somewhere,
Yes.
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so the closest anybody came to being orphaned is Kara, 'cause the
Danvers got atomized.
Supergirl had not yet met the Danverses. She wouldn't for several
months (in Action Comics #279, August 1961).
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http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
April 1961 (see Danvers note).
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Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"
Yeah, and now those guys are losing out on several weeks' work and your
company isn't going to be paid its full demolition fee. You're too
stupid to realize that Superman is just being a dick again.
When Superman did something like that, they usually put in a line about
how the workers would get paid anyway under their contracts.

The "cardboard obelisk" is huge. That much cardboard should have
weighed most of a ton. Superman, exposed to kryptonite, shouldn't have
been able to lift it. Somebody ought to write a letter.
anim8rfsk
2018-04-06 14:41:07 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere, so
how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation for
Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save for, oh
yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian parents are alive
in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the closest anybody came to being
orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers got atomized.
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"
Yeah, and now those guys are losing out on several weeks' work and your
company isn't going to be paid its full demolition fee. You're too
stupid to realize that Superman is just being a dick again.
This is a time before unions when the foremen only cared about the
greater good.

I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
Earth to kill us all:

As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.

Because, yeah, all those selfless utility workers.
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BTR1701
2018-04-06 16:13:11 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere, so
how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation for
Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save for, oh
yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian parents are alive
in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the closest anybody came to being
orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers got atomized.
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"
Yeah, and now those guys are losing out on several weeks' work and your
company isn't going to be paid its full demolition fee. You're too
stupid to realize that Superman is just being a dick again.
This is a time before unions when the foremen only cared about the
greater good.
I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
Because, yeah, all those selfless utility workers.
More like, "The cities are burning as humanity goes out in a orgy of
violence and chaos."
anim8rfsk
2018-04-06 16:23:12 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere, so
how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation for
Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save for, oh
yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian parents are alive
in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the closest anybody came to being
orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers got atomized.
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"
Yeah, and now those guys are losing out on several weeks' work and your
company isn't going to be paid its full demolition fee. You're too
stupid to realize that Superman is just being a dick again.
This is a time before unions when the foremen only cared about the
greater good.
I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
Because, yeah, all those selfless utility workers.
More like, "The cities are burning as humanity goes out in a orgy of
violence and chaos."
Which is much closer to the book, that had thugs raping and robbing and
killing indiscriminately, and that wasn't even in France!
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2018-04-09 13:11:16 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest
concern is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the
earth
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to smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was
Superboy, and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival
capsule somewhere, so how exactly does this make him an orphan?
A similar notation for Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents
on Earth, save for, oh yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's
Kryptonian parents are alive in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the
closest anybody came to being orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers
got atomized.
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"
Yeah, and now those guys are losing out on several weeks' work and your
company isn't going to be paid its full demolition fee. You're too
stupid to realize that Superman is just being a dick again.
This is a time before unions when the foremen only cared about the
greater good.
I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
Because, yeah, all those selfless utility workers.
More like, "The cities are burning as humanity goes out in a orgy of
violence and chaos."
Which is much closer to the book, that had thugs raping and robbing and
killing indiscriminately, and that wasn't even in France!
Or any other moslem enclave.
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2018-04-06 20:37:15 UTC
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"

https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-to-do-sci-fi-on.html

Marc

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2018-04-06 22:13:28 UTC
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"
https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-to-do-sci-fi-on.html
Marc
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https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B004Q2U788
You didn't have to tell us his name was Sid.
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2018-04-07 02:04:19 UTC
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"
https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-to
-do-sci-fi-on.html
Marc
Very very cool, thanks!
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2018-04-07 16:23:42 UTC
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You didn't have to tell us his name was Sid.
Please explain.
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2018-04-07 17:26:01 UTC
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You didn't have to tell us his name was Sid.
Please explain.
I don't have to tell you to stop creating sockpuppets and fuck off,
do I, seamus.
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2018-04-07 03:02:40 UTC
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"
https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-to-
do-sci-fi-on.html
Marc
You might know the answer to this: Is it true that the scene showing
the flooding of Times Square was done after the film was completed so
the studio would have a cool poster to promote the film? Thanks.

(That is still one hell of a scene.)
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2018-04-07 16:13:52 UTC
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You might know the answer to this: Is it true that the scene showing
the flooding of Times Square was done after the film was completed so
the studio would have a cool poster to promote the film? Thanks.
(That is still one hell of a scene.)
Could be - I'm sure it got plenty of attention just like The Man in
the High Castle got a lot of attention the very early Sunday morning
they hung a 100' long swastika banner from one of the largest hotels
in Vancouver. That definitely wasn't CGI!
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2018-04-07 16:22:42 UTC
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"
https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-to-
do-sci-fi-on.html
Marc
You might know the answer to this: Is it true that the scene showing
the flooding of Times Square was done after the film was completed so
the studio would have a cool poster to promote the film? Thanks.
(That is still one hell of a scene.)
Sorry, I don't know.
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2018-04-08 01:37:15 UTC
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"
https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-to-
do-sci-fi-on.html
Marc
You might know the answer to this: Is it true that the scene showing
the flooding of Times Square was done after the film was completed so
the studio would have a cool poster to promote the film? Thanks.
(That is still one hell of a scene.)
Sorry, I don't know.
Whoops, I was using someone's computer and forgot that they were logged into Usenet and I wasn't. I was the person who posted about Sid (my uncle) and "When Worlds Collide".

Sorry, I don't know about when and how the flooding in Times Square was done for the movie.

My uncle and I usually talked more about his interactions with the Marx Brothers, especially Groucho.

Marc
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2018-04-09 13:15:25 UTC
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"
https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-to-do-sci-fi-on.html
You might know the answer to this: Is it true that the scene showing
the flooding of Times Square was done after the film was completed so
the studio would have a cool poster to promote the film? Thanks.
(That is still one hell of a scene.)
You mean the model they flooded?
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I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
My late uncle, Sid Mesibov, was the PR guy at Paramount for "When Worlds Collide"
https://greenbriarpictureshows.blogspot.com/2013/01/sci-fi-pix-collide-how-
to-do-sci-fi-on.html
You might know the answer to this: Is it true that the scene showing
the flooding of Times Square was done after the film was completed so
the studio would have a cool poster to promote the film? Thanks.
(That is still one hell of a scene.)
You mean the model they flooded?
Flooded optically; the water has matte lines around it that rivals the
parting of the Red Sea.
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2018-04-06 22:12:54 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere, so
how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation for
Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save for, oh
yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian parents are alive
in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the closest anybody came to being
orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers got atomized.
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"
Yeah, and now those guys are losing out on several weeks' work and your
company isn't going to be paid its full demolition fee. You're too
stupid to realize that Superman is just being a dick again.
This is a time before unions when the foremen only cared about the
greater good.
I've always loved this from WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, the radio announcer
describing what people are doing as a giant star (!) is bearing down on
As evacuation of coastal cities
progressed,
tales of acts of heroism and sacrifice
poured into newspaper offices.
With few exceptions,
transportation and utility workers
volunteered to remain at their posts
until the evacuation is completed.
Because, yeah, all those selfless utility workers.
The crowd in the buffet line really thinned out, though.
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2018-04-06 23:41:56 UTC
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It's hilarious how the construction foreman is excited that "Superman is
doing in second what it would take my wrecking crew weeks to do!"
Heck if that's all he cares about why not call in the US Army
Engineers?

That's what happened when the RCMP and Washington State Police found a
tunnel dug under the border that was being used to move drugs to and
fro across the US Canadian border.

Apparently some officer from the US Army Engineers at Fort Lewis, WA
(which is about 1/2 hr south of Seattle) read about it in the
newspaper, called the State Poilice and asked what they intended to do
with the tunnel and told them "my boys could use the demolitions
practice".

The State Police said yes pending the RCMP also saying yes (which they
quickly did ) and the following week the explosion was heard on both
sides of the border......
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2018-04-06 06:42:35 UTC
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
So ... Superman's Earth parents were killed by him when he was Superboy,
and his Kryptonian parents are alive in a survival capsule somewhere, so
how exactly does this make him an orphan? A similar notation for
Krypto, who doesn't have any adoptive parents on Earth, save for, oh
yeah, Superman and Supergirl. Supergirl's Kryptonian parents are alive
in a Survival Zone somewhere, so the closest anybody came to being
orphaned is Kara, 'cause the Danvers got atomized.
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Superman-1939/Issue-144?id=15960
Three big story! Funny comics pages! A salute to our American Indians!
Oh, and it's nice that all the henchmen show up to do their crime in
suits and ties. They had a much more classy level of bad guys back then.
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Here's one that always got me, in the first Christopher Reeve Superman movie, at the end he turned back time, just far enough to save Lois Lane, but not far enough to give him enough time to stop the second nuclear missile from hitting the San Andreas Fault and preventing the earthquake and saving all the people who died and preventing all the damage that ensued.
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Here's one that always got me, in the first Christopher Reeve Superman movie,
at the end he turned back time, just far enough to save Lois Lane, but not
far enough to give him enough time to stop the second nuclear missile from
hitting the San Andreas Fault and preventing the earthquake and saving all
the people who died and preventing all the damage that ensued.
Well, that sequence makes no sense, but apparently he *did* go back far
enough to stop the second missile (the original idea was that he tosses
it up and it frees the Phantom Zone prisoners, which became the
beginning of Superman 2). The earthquake *didn't* happen (note that
Lois' car isn't buried any more) although for some reason Jimmy
*remembers* it.
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Here's one that always got me, in the first Christopher Reeve Superman movie,
at the end he turned back time, just far enough to save Lois Lane, but not
far enough to give him enough time to stop the second nuclear missile from
hitting the San Andreas Fault and preventing the earthquake and saving all
the people who died and preventing all the damage that ensued.
Well, that sequence makes no sense, but apparently he *did* go back far
enough to stop the second missile (the original idea was that he tosses
it up and it frees the Phantom Zone prisoners, which became the
beginning of Superman 2). The earthquake *didn't* happen (note that
Lois' car isn't buried any more) although for some reason Jimmy
*remembers* it.
Jimmy is the much better reporter.
Michael OConnor
2018-04-07 18:15:42 UTC
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Here's one that always got me, in the first Christopher Reeve Superman movie,
at the end he turned back time, just far enough to save Lois Lane, but not
far enough to give him enough time to stop the second nuclear missile from
hitting the San Andreas Fault and preventing the earthquake and saving all
the people who died and preventing all the damage that ensued.
Well, that sequence makes no sense, but apparently he *did* go back far
enough to stop the second missile (the original idea was that he tosses
it up and it frees the Phantom Zone prisoners, which became the
beginning of Superman 2). The earthquake *didn't* happen (note that
Lois' car isn't buried any more) although for some reason Jimmy
*remembers* it.
Lois also remembered the earthquake when Superman flew back to her after turning back time, she mentioned the gas station blowing up and telephone poles falling around her.

And this brought up another issue I had with the first Superman movie - is there a limit to how fast Superman can fly? He was obviously faster than the two missiles because they had a head start on him and he caught the first one and just missed the second one. Those missiles seemed to be traveling at a speed much less than the speed of sound, yet he could fly around the world several times a second when he was turning back time, which I'm guessing was meant to show that he had to travel at the speed of light in order to turn back time.

On the other hand, in Superman II, when Lois was in Paris and there were terrorists who had a nuclear device at the Eiffel Tower, are we to believe that Superman spent 5-6 hours flying across the Atlantic Ocean to get from Metropolis to Paris? Or that it takes him hours to fly from Metropolis to his Fortress of Solitude?
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Here's one that always got me, in the first Christopher Reeve Superman movie,
at the end he turned back time, just far enough to save Lois Lane, but not
far enough to give him enough time to stop the second nuclear missile from
hitting the San Andreas Fault and preventing the earthquake and saving all
the people who died and preventing all the damage that ensued.
Well, that sequence makes no sense, but apparently he *did* go back far
enough to stop the second missile (the original idea was that he tosses
it up and it frees the Phantom Zone prisoners, which became the
beginning of Superman 2). The earthquake *didn't* happen (note that
Lois' car isn't buried any more) although for some reason Jimmy
*remembers* it.
Lois also remembered the earthquake when Superman flew back to her after
turning back time, she mentioned the gas station blowing up and telephone
poles falling around her.
And this brought up another issue I had with the first Superman movie - is
there a limit to how fast Superman can fly? He was obviously faster than the
two missiles because they had a head start on him and he caught the first one
and just missed the second one. Those missiles seemed to be traveling at a
speed much less than the speed of sound, yet he could fly around the world
several times a second when he was turning back time, which I'm guessing was
meant to show that he had to travel at the speed of light in order to turn
back time.
On the other hand, in Superman II, when Lois was in Paris and there were
terrorists who had a nuclear device at the Eiffel Tower, are we to believe
that Superman spent 5-6 hours flying across the Atlantic Ocean to get from
Metropolis to Paris? Or that it takes him hours to fly from Metropolis to
his Fortress of Solitude?
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
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Here's one that always got me, in the first Christopher Reeve Superman movie,
at the end he turned back time, just far enough to save Lois Lane, but not
far enough to give him enough time to stop the second nuclear missile from
hitting the San Andreas Fault and preventing the earthquake and saving all
the people who died and preventing all the damage that ensued.
Well, that sequence makes no sense, but apparently he *did* go back far
enough to stop the second missile (the original idea was that he tosses
it up and it frees the Phantom Zone prisoners, which became the
beginning of Superman 2). The earthquake *didn't* happen (note that
Lois' car isn't buried any more) although for some reason Jimmy
*remembers* it.
Lois also remembered the earthquake when Superman flew back to her after
turning back time, she mentioned the gas station blowing up and telephone
poles falling around her.
And this brought up another issue I had with the first Superman movie - is
there a limit to how fast Superman can fly? He was obviously faster than the
two missiles because they had a head start on him and he caught the first one
and just missed the second one. Those missiles seemed to be traveling at a
speed much less than the speed of sound, yet he could fly around the world
several times a second when he was turning back time, which I'm guessing was
meant to show that he had to travel at the speed of light in order to turn
back time.
On the other hand, in Superman II, when Lois was in Paris and there were
terrorists who had a nuclear device at the Eiffel Tower, are we to believe
that Superman spent 5-6 hours flying across the Atlantic Ocean to get from
Metropolis to Paris? Or that it takes him hours to fly from Metropolis to
his Fortress of Solitude?
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Michael OConnor
2018-04-08 00:10:00 UTC
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In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it was the deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone that Lex Luthor created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked out with it, and the creature was sort of mentally challenged and could not talk or think things out very well, almost a bizarro Superman. Superman was able to defeat him pretty easily. This was fan edited but somebody actually came up with this:


anim8rfsk
2018-04-08 01:25:29 UTC
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In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it was the
deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone that Lex Luthor
created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked out with it, and the
creature was sort of mentally challenged and could not talk or think things
out very well, almost a bizarro Superman. Superman was able to defeat him
http://youtu.be/bOLebpvUO20
They tried to get the original cut release as part of that big SUPERMAN
Blu-ray set, but Warner wasn't having any part of it.
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2018-04-08 03:08:29 UTC
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Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by anim8rfsk
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it was
the deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone that Lex
Luthor created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked out with it, and the
creature was sort of mentally challenged and could not talk or think things
out very well, almost a bizarro Superman. Superman was able to defeat him
pretty easily. This was fan edited but somebody actually came up with
http://youtu.be/bOLebpvUO20
They tried to get the original cut release as part of that big SUPERMAN
Blu-ray set, but Warner wasn't having any part of it.
So the same iteration of Superman in the previous movie was strong
enough to fly into the earth's mantle and push tectonic plates together,
but here he's straining to crush a few cars into each other. If he
strong enough to move North America, he should have smashed those cars
down to atoms in a nanosecond.
shawn
2018-04-08 05:50:57 UTC
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Post by Michael OConnor
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by anim8rfsk
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it was
the deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone that Lex
Luthor created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked out with it, and the
creature was sort of mentally challenged and could not talk or think things
out very well, almost a bizarro Superman. Superman was able to defeat him
pretty easily. This was fan edited but somebody actually came up with
http://youtu.be/bOLebpvUO20
They tried to get the original cut release as part of that big SUPERMAN
Blu-ray set, but Warner wasn't having any part of it.
So the same iteration of Superman in the previous movie was strong
enough to fly into the earth's mantle and push tectonic plates together,
but here he's straining to crush a few cars into each other. If he
strong enough to move North America, he should have smashed those cars
down to atoms in a nanosecond.
That was always the problem with super-powered beings like Superman.
Their powers always seemed to be situational. If they were up against
some other super-powered being their abilities would scale up to be
equal or slightly more. When against less powerful beings their powers
would scale down to be equal or slightly more powerful. It only made
sense from the idea that the writers didn't want the bad guys
instantly defeated by some super powerful being. It never made any
sense from a story basis. (Though I think some writers tried to
explain as someone like Superman being unwilling to risk using most of
his ability because he might kill someone if he used too much of his
strength.)
trotsky
2018-04-08 09:32:33 UTC
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Post by Michael OConnor
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by anim8rfsk
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it was
the deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone that Lex
Luthor created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked out with it, and the
creature was sort of mentally challenged and could not talk or think things
out very well, almost a bizarro Superman. Superman was able to defeat him
pretty easily. This was fan edited but somebody actually came up with
http://youtu.be/bOLebpvUO20
They tried to get the original cut release as part of that big SUPERMAN
Blu-ray set, but Warner wasn't having any part of it.
So the same iteration of Superman in the previous movie was strong
enough to fly into the earth's mantle and push tectonic plates together,
but here he's straining to crush a few cars into each other.
How do you know the cars didn't have any Kryptonite in them?
Ubiquitous
2018-04-09 13:23:52 UTC
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Post by Michael OConnor
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by anim8rfsk
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it was
the deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone that Lex
Luthor created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked out with it,
and the creature was sort of mentally challenged and could not talk or
think things out very well, almost a bizarro Superman. Superman was able
to defeat him pretty easily. This was fan edited but somebody actually
http://youtu.be/bOLebpvUO20
They tried to get the original cut release as part of that big SUPERMAN
Blu-ray set, but Warner wasn't having any part of it.
So the same iteration of Superman in the previous movie was strong
enough to fly into the earth's mantle and push tectonic plates together,
but here he's straining to crush a few cars into each other. If he
strong enough to move North America, he should have smashed those cars
down to atoms in a nanosecond.
I remember him tossing the Earth around like a beach ball on some iteration
of The Superfriends.
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2018-04-09 15:02:07 UTC
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Post by Michael OConnor
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by anim8rfsk
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it was
the deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone that Lex
Luthor created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked out with it,
and the creature was sort of mentally challenged and could not talk or
think things out very well, almost a bizarro Superman. Superman was able
to defeat him pretty easily. This was fan edited but somebody actually
http://youtu.be/bOLebpvUO20
They tried to get the original cut release as part of that big SUPERMAN
Blu-ray set, but Warner wasn't having any part of it.
So the same iteration of Superman in the previous movie was strong
enough to fly into the earth's mantle and push tectonic plates together,
but here he's straining to crush a few cars into each other. If he
strong enough to move North America, he should have smashed those cars
down to atoms in a nanosecond.
I remember him tossing the Earth around like a beach ball on some
iteration of The Superfriends.
Yeah, I'm sure that didn't kill anyone. Dick.
Ubiquitous
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Post by Michael OConnor
Post by Adam H. Kerman
Post by anim8rfsk
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently
fly at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the
same time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Superman IV was an awful movie, but the absolute worst thing about it
was the deleted scene which revolved around the first Superman clone
that Lex Luthor created. Lex didn't quite have the technology worked
out with it, and the creature was sort of mentally challenged and could
not talk or think things out very well, almost a bizarro Superman.
Superman was able to defeat him pretty easily. This was fan edited
http://youtu.be/bOLebpvUO20
They tried to get the original cut release as part of that big SUPERMAN
Blu-ray set, but Warner wasn't having any part of it.
So the same iteration of Superman in the previous movie was strong
enough to fly into the earth's mantle and push tectonic plates together,
but here he's straining to crush a few cars into each other. If he
strong enough to move North America, he should have smashed those cars
down to atoms in a nanosecond.
I remember him tossing the Earth around like a beach ball on some
iteration of The Superfriends.
Yeah, I'm sure that didn't kill anyone. Dick.
https://www.quora.com/In-which-comic-does-superman-pull-planets
https://confessionsofasupermanfan.wordpress.com/2010/01/
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So the same iteration of Superman in the previous movie was strong
enough to fly into the earth's mantle and push tectonic plates together,
but here he's straining to crush a few cars into each other. If he
strong enough to move North America, he should have smashed those cars
down to atoms in a nanosecond.
I remember him tossing the Earth around like a beach ball on some
iteration of The Superfriends.
Yeah, I'm sure that didn't kill anyone. Dick.
https://www.quora.com/In-which-comic-does-superman-pull-planets
"By moving these worlds from their own dying galaxy to new suns at
the other side of universe, I'm saving billions of lives!"

No you're not, dick.

The moment you towed them away from their suns, every life on those
planets was doomed. They'd freeze solid within days. The ecosystems
would be forever trashed and the tidal forces generated by yanking them
around would throw the oceans over the continents and cause planet-wide
earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

Oh, and considering that you're heading for "the other side of the
universe", that's about 91 billion light years you're gonna have to drag
them. Even if you could pull them at the speed of light, that's still a
91 billion-year journey and it would instantly kill all life on the
planets.

And where the fuck did Superman get a chain that big and long? And
what's it hooked to that wouldn't snap off rather than drag the planet?
anim8rfsk
2018-04-08 01:24:06 UTC
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Here's one that always got me, in the first Christopher Reeve Superman movie,
at the end he turned back time, just far enough to save Lois Lane, but not
far enough to give him enough time to stop the second nuclear missile from
hitting the San Andreas Fault and preventing the earthquake and saving all
the people who died and preventing all the damage that ensued.
Well, that sequence makes no sense, but apparently he *did* go back far
enough to stop the second missile (the original idea was that he tosses
it up and it frees the Phantom Zone prisoners, which became the
beginning of Superman 2). The earthquake *didn't* happen (note that
Lois' car isn't buried any more) although for some reason Jimmy
*remembers* it.
Lois also remembered the earthquake when Superman flew back to her after
turning back time, she mentioned the gas station blowing up and telephone
poles falling around her.
And this brought up another issue I had with the first Superman movie - is
there a limit to how fast Superman can fly? He was obviously faster than the
two missiles because they had a head start on him and he caught the first one
and just missed the second one. Those missiles seemed to be traveling at a
speed much less than the speed of sound, yet he could fly around the world
several times a second when he was turning back time, which I'm guessing was
meant to show that he had to travel at the speed of light in order to turn
back time.
On the other hand, in Superman II, when Lois was in Paris and there were
terrorists who had a nuclear device at the Eiffel Tower, are we to believe
that Superman spent 5-6 hours flying across the Atlantic Ocean to get from
Metropolis to Paris? Or that it takes him hours to fly from Metropolis to
his Fortress of Solitude?
In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Those were the old days when we went to movies in the theaters without
advance warning of how awful they were.
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In Superman IV, The Quest for Bleech, he and Neutron Man apparently fly
at 1000 mph, because they go all around the globe, and it's the same
time of day everywhere.
Why would anybody willingly watch that movie? Did you lose a bet?
Those were the old days when we went to movies in the theaters without
advance warning of how awful they were.
We didn't have Rotten Tomatoes back then, we just had Siskel and Ebert.
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
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2018-04-06 22:14:38 UTC
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
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Post by BTR1701
The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
Fuck off, Ubi
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2018-04-07 00:04:51 UTC
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
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Post by BTR1701
The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
Fuck off, Ubi
Ubi has a gmail address I have blocked?
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
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Post by BTR1701
The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
Fuck off, Ubi
Ubi has a gmail address I have blocked?
Ubi gets blamed for all the topic censorship going on.
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2018-04-07 06:04:11 UTC
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
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Post by BTR1701
The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest concern
is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the earth to
smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
Fuck off, Ubi
Ubi has a gmail address I have blocked?
Ubi gets blamed for all the topic censorship going on.
Ah. In hindsight, I guess that should have been Ubeeus.
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
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The earth explodes, 7 billion people dead, and Superman's biggest
concern is that he's an orphan again (a grown man orphan, no less).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ert1pznazsp95f5/SM1.jpg?dl=0
And then it turns out, he's the one responsible for blowing the
earth to smithereens in the first place.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44fzzq6h3hykmej/SM2.jpg?dl=0
Thanks a lot, dick.
Fuck off, Ubi
Ubi has a gmail address I have blocked?
Ubi gets blamed for all the topic censorship going on.
Ah. In hindsight, I guess that should have been Ubeeus.
Hehehehe
Ubiquitous
2018-04-09 13:26:54 UTC
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
comic book, 50 or more years out of date.
Fuck off, Ubi
Ubi has a gmail address I have blocked?
Ubi gets blamed for all the topic censorship going on.
Trolling by a Seamus sockpuppet supersedes that.

And you posted that off-topic article here because? :-)
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Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
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Adam H. Kerman
2018-04-09 14:52:24 UTC
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Seems like off topic and, since the first picture shows a US$0.10
comic book, 50 or more years out of date.
Fuck off, Ubi
Ubi has a gmail address I have blocked?
Ubi gets blamed for all the topic censorship going on.
Trolling by a Seamus sockpuppet supersedes that.
And you posted that off-topic article here because? :-)
Fuck off, seamus.
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