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ICT / Re: Doctor Doom vs Superman
« on: May 23, 2017, 07:44:06 PM »
Superman stomped Darkseid and Apokolips via prep in Apokolips Now.  He's no slouch.
Exactly how many characters is Superman going to have helping him in this fight?

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I'm alluding more to the fact that didn't we all inherently come from Adam & Eve?

We're all incestously bound from the start.

If you believe the book with two origin stories, sure

I've never read the Bible so I don't know what the 2nd origin story is.

It still seems a bit convenient for you though...praise the God "on our side" but deny the 2nd version that implicates against your argument.

I'm not praising any God. I don't praise the Biblical God, have you read the Old Testament? God was a piece of shit. The only bones I throw Catholicism is that Jesus didn't kill anyone. He has that on warlord Muhammad.
Most prominent Christian faiths, especially Catholicism, assert Jesus and Old Testament God are the same being.

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It's interesting you think typing on a keyboard is a better feat than performing multiple surgeries on multiple separate individuals at the same time.
Typing a quintillion lines of code is a better speed feat, definitely. By orders of magnitude, actually.

I have a feeling that you don't know what quintillion means. Or you don't realize how much time typing a quintillion lines of code takes. Or that you're retarded.

One of them I know for certain.
I literally just told him to go on topic, twice. Then you post this.

This is now your warning. Insult me in a different thread, not immediately after I move things back on topic.

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It is an interesting feat, but you're overselling it by a lot.
You are being defensive a lot.
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Now that's just throwing the towel.
Your post couldn't get much better.

Your inability to wrap your head around context and facts is second to none.
I'm so sorry you can't understand which is a bigger number denomination between thousand and quintillion.

You parents should be sorry too.
You don't understand context and why it matters. You probably never will. That's fine. It's a primary contributing factor to your illiteracy.
In the dictionary you're using, please search number denominations first.

It helps.
Here's what might help you:
What are Supergirl's powers? What exactly makes her body different from a human?
What are Wally's powers? What exactly makes his body different from a Kryptonian?

This is why you are constantly called out for ignoring context. Without context every single feat is meaningless.
Are you trying to say Supergirl used something other than Superspeed to type?

Tell us of this context we all missed xerxes.
You and I have sidetracked this thread enough though. I'll be moving on. I'm sure we'll argue again in the future.
Yes, and you will throw towel again. As always.
Get back on topic, Chad.

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You and I have sidetracked this thread enough though. I'll be moving on. I'm sure we'll argue again in the future.

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It is an interesting feat, but you're overselling it by a lot.
You are being defensive a lot.
COMICS
Now that's just throwing the towel.
Your post couldn't get much better.

Your inability to wrap your head around context and facts is second to none.
I'm so sorry you can't understand which is a bigger number denomination between thousand and quintillion.

You parents should be sorry too.
You don't understand context and why it matters. You probably never will. That's fine. It's a primary contributing factor to your illiteracy.
In the dictionary you're using, please search number denominations first.

It helps.
Here's what might help you:
What are Supergirl's powers? What exactly makes her body different from a human?
What are Wally's powers? What exactly makes his body different from a Kryptonian?

This is why you are constantly called out for ignoring context. Without context every single feat is meaningless.

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Sports Talk / Re: NHL Talk.
« on: May 23, 2017, 03:35:10 PM »
Now that the Predators took out the Ducks, I'm hoping the Penguins win. That 3 goals in 55 seconds is one of the most impressive comebacks I've ever seen.

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Your post couldn't get much better.

Your inability to wrap your head around context and facts is second to none.
I'm so sorry you can't understand which is a bigger number denomination between thousand and quintillion.

You parents should be sorry too.
You don't understand context and why it matters. You probably never will. That's fine. It's a primary contributing factor to your illiteracy.

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It is an interesting feat, but you're overselling it by a lot.
You are being defensive a lot.
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Your post couldn't get much better.

Your inability to wrap your head around context and facts is second to none.

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ICT / Re: Cheetah vs Cheetara
« on: May 23, 2017, 03:11:10 PM »
WTF? Cheetah wins 10/10

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It is an interesting feat, but you're overselling it by a lot.

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I suppose if the Flash decided to stand there or something it would be faster.


Well of course not. Could you point me to the scene where he took QuintillionS of actions in the time in the blink of an eye.

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It's interesting you think typing on a keyboard is a better feat than performing multiple surgeries on multiple separate individuals at the same time.


Quintillions of actions are better than multiples though.

It's about how much you can do in how much time.
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They also had that same typing speed feat on Stargate SG-1. Carter wrote an entire book so fast it was in the buffer because the computer couldn't keep up with how fast she was typing.

It's pretty good I guess. SuperAdministrativeAssistant
That must be some shitty computer.
It was high end in the late 90's, early 00's. Garbage now.

Maybe you can show us where any character did such a feat.


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And Kara did one action. Typing code.

QuintillionS of time in the time it took Cat Grant to blink. Not even Flash has done such a feat and I know pretty much every feat Flash has done.
Yes, quintillions of lines of code.

Not that complex of a task. Flash has feats well beyond something as simplistic as typing code. He doesn't have perfect recall the way Bart does (did?) Yet he still brute forced a white Martian password by trying thousands of combinations in the blink of an eye.

Definitely a more complex task and using an inferior brain to do it.

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Superman has super-brain damage? That's what brain swelling is.

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I suppose if the Flash decided to stand there or something it would be faster.


Well of course not. Could you point me to the scene where he took QuintillionS of actions in the time in the blink of an eye.

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It's interesting you think typing on a keyboard is a better feat than performing multiple surgeries on multiple separate individuals at the same time.


Quintillions of actions are better than multiples though.

It's about how much you can do in how much time.
Quote


They also had that same typing speed feat on Stargate SG-1. Carter wrote an entire book so fast it was in the buffer because the computer couldn't keep up with how fast she was typing.

It's pretty good I guess. SuperAdministrativeAssistant
That must be some shitty computer.
It was high end in the late 90's, early 00's. Garbage now.


And Kara did one action. Typing code.

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