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The Black Guardian
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emerick man 
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Subj: Re: Vomitted Caviar...
Posted: Thu Jun 09, 2016 at 10:10:11 am EDT (Viewed 225 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Vomitted Caviar...
Posted: Thu Jun 09, 2016 at 09:23:42 am EDT (Viewed 256 times)



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        -"CAVIAR-VOMITING ROBOT EAGLE HOVERCRAFT" Heh!;

      Really doesn't sound all that impressive. And I love caviar.

    Yeah, the mastication/regurgitation aspect was gross so, not 'impressive in practice' but it sounds 'fantastical' and made a 'fun' story point excuse to get the team back together, eh? They obviously don't hate Berto but mostly disagreed with his (improper) abuse of the Avengers name/ideals.

I was just imagining a drone caviar dispenser. While cool, and I wish I had one, it's not that impressive by Marvel standards. I'm almost sure people probably have them already.


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    Never tasted caviar. On my Bucket List. Is it like a salty/bumpy chip dip?
    Hmmm, wonder how many AMB posters have tried it or find it addictively good?

It's like tiny capsules of fishy, salty heaven that burst at the slightest pressure by your tongue.


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      Personally, I'd rather no Dum-Dum than LMDum-Dum. Now there's an army... *groan*

    It will be interesting to see if this will finally lead to the elimination of ALL Real Nick's WWII HC cronies never being currently alive again. Or if Marvel is just testing the waters to see if they should be brought back - again.

I'd say zero chance of that. There's no indication that any WWII HC will appear.

I think Nick, Jim Morita, and Izzy Cohen are the only ones potentially still alive.


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      It all makes so much sense now! We learned what that word does in South Park! Eeeeeeevil demonic squirrel conspiracy!

    Oh. It was an actual Easter Egg? That would be neat bonus to learn. Which ep?

No, probably not an Easter Egg. In South Park canon, saying the S-word enough times causes global plagues and opens up a portal to the Underworld. It is literally a magical curse word. The episode ("It Hits The Fan") was poking fun at the use of colourful language on TV to make things seem more mature. This practice led to everybody throughout the world using the word as if it meant nothing. The word is spoken 160-odd times and shown 30-odd times (bringing the total to 200) in the episode.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It_Hits_the_Fan




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