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Maestro

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Jaysin1414

Subj: Re: OK, we just see this completely differently...
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 06:58:59 pm EDT
Reply Subj: OK, we just see this completely differently...
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 05:31:36 pm EDT

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Even though the author of the Iron Man entry said that the HB wasn't the most powerful, you continue to point to the handbook...

Even though the Extremis Iron Man armor is shown reacting in ten thousandths of a second, and NONE of the Buster suits operate at anything close to that speed, you continue to say they do...

Even though Tony is still putting the armor (which is in pieces) together in Avengers: Initiative #4, you continue to say it was done...

...it's pointless to continue. Neither of us is going to convince the other of anything, so at this point I bid you adieu and wish you a good rest of your day.

We'll chat again soon, different day, different argument...but this horse is dead. I think you're wronger than you've ever been...but that's cool. I'm sure you feel the same way \:D

Have a good one, bud. \:\)

> Even though the author of the Iron Man entry said that the HB wasn't the most powerful, you continue to point to the handbook...
>

Ok... wrong choice of words... physically strongest then. There, happy ? \:\-\)

> Even though the Extremis Iron Man armor is shown reacting in ten thousandths of a second, and NONE of the Buster suits operate at anything close to that speed, you continue to say they do...
>

No offense \:\-\) but here it is you are making me sound unreasonable (as in, I'm constantly pushing a point even though I'm clearly wrong), yet you have not chosen to respond to my proving that Extremis operates along the same principles as the HB has been shown to operate as well... rocket propelled movements. You can gloss over that part but this fact has hurt your argument quite a bit since rocket propelled movements logically will be much faster than that of a regular Armor's movements.

> Even though Tony is still putting the armor (which is in pieces) together in Avengers: Initiative #4, you continue to say it was done...
>

Again... what proof do you have that it was unfinished ?
The fact that he putting it together just prior to facing the Hulk automatically means that he still had more work to do ?
I didn't see any panels hanging off when Tony flew in to face the Hulk. \:\-P

> ...it's pointless to continue. Neither of us is going to convince the other of anything, so at this point I bid you adieu and wish you a good rest of your day.

Well you're right, I'll leave off this debate for now. But as you'll see shortly, I'm not quite done with IM yet. >:-D
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> We'll chat again soon, different day, different argument...but this horse is dead. I think you're wronger than you've ever been...but that's cool. I'm sure you feel the same way \:D
>
> Have a good one, bud. \:\)

Yeah you too. \:\-\)


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