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Aphorisms for a Superhero Universe


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15 hours ago, Greywind said:

*Your

 

12 minutes ago, bubba smith said:

you're sentence is incomplete what were you saying ?

 

He was correcting the grammar of this post:

 

17 hours ago, Cassandra said:

You're two robots will not get along.

 

Cassandra is saying "YOU ARE two robots will not get along." Presumably that's not what was intended to be said.

 

Lucius Alexander

 

Hmm.....sometimes I don't get along perfectly with my palindromedary but I don't think either of us is a robot let alone both...

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On 10/3/2018 at 4:50 AM, Lucius said:

 

 

He was correcting the grammar of this post:

 

 

Cassandra is saying "YOU ARE two robots will not get along." Presumably that's not what was intended to be said.

 

Lucius Alexander

 

Hmm.....sometimes I don't get along perfectly with my palindromedary but I don't think either of us is a robot let alone both...

 

I meant to do that.

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  • 2 weeks later...

"Listen. What do you hear?"

 

"Nothing."

 

"I hear everything. You wrote that the world doesn't need a savior. But everyday I hear people crying for one."---Superman Returns

 

Just because there aren't any heroes--super or otherwise--to save the day doesn't mean the day doesn't need to be saved.  Just because no one hears the cries for help doesn't mean that no one is crying out.  If it's depressing to live in a world where the day constantly needs to be saved--how much more depressing would it be if no one was there to save it?

 

After all--what if Superman hadn't returned?

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3 hours ago, wcw43921 said:

"Listen. What do you hear?"

 

"Nothing."

 

"I hear everything. You wrote that the world doesn't need a savior. But everyday I hear people crying for one."---Superman Returns

 

Just because there aren't any heroes--super or otherwise--to save the day doesn't mean the day doesn't need to be saved.  Just because no one hears the cries for help doesn't mean that no one is crying out.  If it's depressing to live in a world where the day constantly needs to be saved--how much more depressing would it be if no one was there to save it?

 

After all--what if Superman hadn't returned?

the others might go on with their own lives with nobody to inspire them

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16 hours ago, Clonus said:

The depressing thing about living in a world where superheroes are constantly saving the day is that this means we are living in a world where the day constantly needs saving.  

"In my day when I saved the world, it had the respect to stay saved for at least 24  hours" - Retired Superhero

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