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The Human Torch

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  1. That's great insight. Thank you! :-)
  2. It's getting to the point that whenever you post I just see Trollface. I know relationships that have recovered from infidelity. It's a matter between the couple to work thru and not a 3rd Party to denounce and proclaim as over.
  3. Re: cheating as a concept/action My wife and I operate on the honesty at all costs level. That goes for what was made for dinner, the outfit that was tried on and the success of a new move in bed et al. Doesn't mean we're hurtful in saying the truth, as you can say a negative and still be positive, but we feel trust in our words and actions because of this baseline we hold to. As such, like most view, we see cheating as the ultimate betrayal of trust. Not that a relationship can't recover from cheating, but once this betrayal is introduced we believe it must be nearly impossible to discern j
  4. Once you establish a baseline behavior for yourself that doesn't mean conditions on the ground won't change. That results don't vary. That plans survive contact with the enemy. etc. Hardline "Asimov Robot Rules" are important, but life is about adaptation. Best Buddy Sam may want to know via any source and you know that, Super Friend Joey might want to know from the source and you know that. All you can do is pick a path you deemed best and proceed accordingly.
  5. If you know the couple perhaps the best move to make is asking the cheater if they are interested in banging you. ;-) Or maybe propose to the cheater that unless the couple has an open relationship they should decide what they want and to talk to their partner about their wants, needs (which are separate) and if all that can work in their relationship or not going forward. Once you said your peace, shut up. The rest is up to them. Whether they talk to their spouse or not isn't important at this point. You caught them, it will come out.
  6. In a society where your duty is to be offended by everything, being offended becomes work and work sucks.
  7. In regards to creation, the end of time et al there is a "surprising" amount of Earth-centric Human-centric narrow mindedness in preached translations of the Bible considering the original Hebrew can allow for all sorts of things; including vast celestial existences, intelligences other than human both out there and right here. Humans, regardless of Faith, see what they want however so...
  8. Andrew Garfield's Peter was Han Solo like Jon Lovitz is Jack Nicholson.
  9. Also the three henchman villains in the prequels weren't, imo, the problem with those plots. That aspect works by showing the competency of the characters; Palpatine is skilled enough to continually draw powerful and highly skilled support, the Jedi are skilled enough to knock off that powerful and highly skilled support. The logic tree then should show just how skilled even damaged Anakin is as Darth Vader. Of course all that is hampered by the execution of the plots.
  10. I don't know enough about the issue to comment, but I am an American so here I go; Donor status is elective for adults for their own bodies, I believe guardians of children too. Perhaps the mother of the fetus should be required to check yes or no for donor status. If one argues her body her decision then this continues that line of thought. If one argues it's a human life, then unless the abortion was a medical emergency those people would likely see no reason to support any post-mortem procedure, but since abortion is legal all this side could do legally is protest or debate thru the appro
  11. I thought I saw Damian Tubes in a Snyder New 52 story. But I dunno. Sometimes I just look at the pictures. ;-)
  12. Re: "that scene near the end"
  13. Damian was a test tube baby so technically Bruce having issues is still on the table. ;-)
  14. Batman '66 was intended as satire, but not many got that at first. Then it's popularity and continuing political decency issues pushed comic editors into adopting the silly for several years (political issues were forcing changes prior to as well). These things then cheesed off fans and creatives, which is a reason for the backlash on Batman '66. In hindsight some people have come around, realizing hating '66 is unfair considering the avalanche of things that affected the comic book landscape at the time. It's also a fair mirroring of the preception around Robin joining the franchise.
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