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Old 05-22-2008, 10:36 PM   #781
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Oookay, so the ad at the top of the page has changed from an auction of some Edge-related stuff for charity to some golf package to "Play Las Vegas' Best Courses".


Now it's advertising Marvel Comics products...is it a smart ad?!
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Now it's advertising Marvel Comics products...is it a smart ad?!
Really? I've still got the golf ad!
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I'm just not into the comic format in the first place. It's like ... how some of you here are all "why use death growls when you could sing cleanly?"
There is a conversation from it I think you would enjoy. I'd send it to you as just a conversation.
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Old 05-22-2008, 10:42 PM   #784
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No. What are they about?
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The Question is an American comic book superhero. Created by Steve Ditko, he first appeared in Blue Beetle #1 (June 1967). Originally created for Charlton Comics, he was acquired by DC Comics in the early 1980s and incorporated into the DC Universe.

The Question is one of the more philosophically complex superheroes. As a tireless opponent of societal corruption, the Question was an adherent of Objectivism during his career as a minor Charlton hero (much like Ditkos earlier creation, Mr. A). In an acclaimed 1987-90 solo series from DC, the character developed a Zen-like philosophy.

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I can't figure out a way to put my own avatar in

Hey, it's gone down from 45 to 30...
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The Question is an American comic book superhero. Created by Steve Ditko, he first appeared in Blue Beetle #1 (June 1967). Originally created for Charlton Comics, he was acquired by DC Comics in the early 1980s and incorporated into the DC Universe.

The Question is one of the more philosophically complex superheroes. As a tireless opponent of societal corruption, the Question was an adherent of Objectivism during his career as a minor Charlton hero (much like Ditkos earlier creation, Mr. A). In an acclaimed 1987-90 solo series from DC, the character developed a Zen-like philosophy.

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Sounds interesting.
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Now it's advertising Marvel Comics products...is it a smart ad?!
It's watching us!!
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Old 05-22-2008, 10:52 PM   #788
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It's watching us!!
I'm going to try something...

Tim-Tams, trams, chocolate muffins, death growls, trainspotting, white afro...

Let's see if they offer us Axver now.
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It's watching us!!
It's cheating now, advertising U2
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I'm going to try something...

Tim-Tams, trams, chocolate muffins, death growls, trainspotting, white afro...

Let's see if they offer us Axver now.
That reminds me. I was leaving a store today, and as I walked up to the automatic doors, I was reading a label that was printed on the outside of the door, so I was reading it backwards, and I read Tram Cart Supporter....and I was like...we don't call them Trams here . Then I walked out and turned around and looked at the sign again and read it as Mart Cart Supporter. I really am starting to believe I'm dyslexic.
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Tim-Tams, trams, chocolate muffins, death growls, trainspotting, white afro...

Let's see if they offer us Axver now.


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Have a good one, Maj.!
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Ian McCulloch the U2 fan:
"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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That reminds me. I was leaving a store today, and as I walked up to the automatic doors, I was reading a label that was printed on the outside of the door, so I was reading it backwards, and I read Tram Cart Supporter....and I was like...we don't call them Trams here . Then I walked out and turned around and looked at the sign again and read it as Mart Cart Supporter. I really am starting to believe I'm dyslexic.
These are the first signs that Axver has infected you with a love of trams.
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