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 on: Today at 08:30:28 PM 
Started by Gree - Last post by Hulkster
Negative? He is shown down idiot. You have to prove he wasn't koed.

Proving he "wasn't KOed" is proving a negative imbecile.  You must prove that he is KOed or concede that you made some shit up for the 10,000th time.
He was shown down and out.

There you go.

Being that he is not shown "out", you again make shit up.

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 on: Today at 08:16:47 PM 
Started by riv6672 - Last post by scourge
I'm a lefty. I'm very lefty.

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 on: Today at 07:46:19 PM 
Started by ProjectCornDog - Last post by ProjectCornDog
Why would he need to elaborate on current events? You should be extremely aware of this stuff by now.

Xerxes, you have barely responded to a single point I have made in this post. Are you really going to attack me for asking someone to elaborate on the point they are making?

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 on: Today at 07:34:19 PM 
Started by ProjectCornDog - Last post by XerxesTWD
Why would he need to elaborate on current events? You should be extremely aware of this stuff by now.

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 on: Today at 07:20:13 PM 
Started by Liam Gallaghers Unibrow - Last post by Liam Gallaghers Unibrow
I don't think the stoppage was premature really, a good number of refs would have called it after the second knock down. Joshua wasn't landing much cleanly but Klitschko wasn't throwing back and it seemed to be just a matter of time. I don't think we needed to see a great champion carried out unconscious just to be sure he was going to lose the fight.

One thing I found annoying was that Joshua was ahead on two of the cards before the knockout. There were a lot of close rounds to be fair but I - and seemingly most of boxing punditry across the spectrum - had Klitschko 1-3 points ahead at that point. Some definite home scoring going on (and I say that as a Brit!). Fortunately the cards weren't needed in the end because that would have been a potentially sour end to a classic fight.


Cheers.

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 on: Today at 07:06:35 PM 
Started by ProjectCornDog - Last post by ProjectCornDog
There are was walls of text I didn't read. Did anyone give any examples of deregulations causing issues? Like the housing crisis? Or the lack of regulations giving telecoms the ability to double dip on data payments and throttle data for those who didn't pay up?

The housing crisis was caused by government, which was why Ron Paul predicted the banking crisis 10 years before it happened and explained exactly what would go down accurately: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHNp1wf1T_k

And you need to elaborate more on the telecoms example but if that's all you got..

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 on: Today at 07:05:44 PM 
Started by Gree - Last post by Abhilegend
Negative? He is shown down idiot. You have to prove he wasn't koed.

Proving he "wasn't KOed" is proving a negative imbecile.  You must prove that he is KOed or concede that you made some shit up for the 10,000th time.
He was shown down and out.

There you go.

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 on: Today at 07:04:40 PM 
Started by Hulkster - Last post by Abhilegend
Based on Jurgens' words.  Some of the history of both halfs has been kept while some of it has been discarded.  So are some, most or all past feats voided until referenced?

http://www.newsarama.com/34245-superman-is-a-new-person-after-reborn-according-to-action-comics-writer.html
Are you crying or not, that is the real question.

LOL at you being mad because your world has been destroyed.
Based on Jurgens' words.  Some of the history of both halfs has been kept while some of it has been discarded.  So are some, most or all past feats voided until referenced?

http://www.newsarama.com/34245-superman-is-a-new-person-after-reborn-according-to-action-comics-writer.html
Are you crying or not, that is the real question.

LOL at you being mad because your world has been destroyed.
Hahaha, this is just delusional. Superman is a "new person" because his two halves have been merged.

Nrama: How would you describe what's happened now to Superman - is he truly a new person, or kind of a mix of what he was before?
Jurgens : In a way, the answer would be, “All of the above.”
I think of him as a new person. There are adventures in his past we haven’t seen. Yet we selected some of the best possible aspects of his past to include, selecting from both the "New 52" Superman and pre- Flashpoint Superman, to make everything work.
And, yes, to make that work right, we discarded some elements as well.


You know what is interesting though? Marvel flat out said that post secret wars reality is different than 616 reality.

http://brevoortformspring.tumblr.com/post/137332261338/yeah-im-and-very-likely-most-every-other-nerd

Guess no marvel character gets feats before Secret Wars, huh?
Being a new worls is not the same as being a new person. Idiot.

Exactly.  The Marvel Characters' histories don't change.  Superman's does.  As the writer states, he is new.  Abhi is sobbing.
Still crying, eh?

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 on: Today at 06:56:20 PM 
Started by therock - Last post by therock
what would it be

thought of this when the teen titan show came out. That should be with the universe of DCU

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 on: Today at 06:53:14 PM 
Started by Hulkster - Last post by -K-M-
I don't see how you can discard his feats and start "fresh". He's a "new" character but also not entirely new

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