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Spiffy

Subj: Re: Poll: Penance (aka "S&M Man") - Too much, just right or not enough? [SPOILERS]
Posted: Fri Jan 05, 2007 at 01:36:40 pm EST
Reply Subj: Poll: Penance (aka "S&M Man") - Too much, just right or not enough? [SPOILERS]
Posted: Thu Jan 04, 2007 at 06:31:47 pm EST

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For me? Too much.

This is a cheap exploitive way for Joey Q and friends to turn around the teasing talk he's engaged in for the better part of a year about Speedball.

Heck, I'm not even sure its internally consistent, since Speedball was repeatedly shown not really having a sense of feeling responsible for the Stamford thing. So almost dying changed that? I'm not sure I get that. Or the lesson this character is supposed to teach us.

Makes you wonder what Joey has planned for his other big target--Mary-Jane?

Penance... Hurts so good! Only not!

> For me? Too much.
>
> This is a cheap exploitive way for Joey Q and friends to turn around the teasing talk he's engaged in for the better part of a year about Speedball.
>
> Heck, I'm not even sure its internally consistent, since Speedball was repeatedly shown not really having a sense of feeling responsible for the Stamford thing. So almost dying changed that? I'm not sure I get that. Or the lesson this character is supposed to teach us.
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> Makes you wonder what Joey has planned for his other big target--Mary-Jane?
>
> Penance... Hurts so good! Only not!

But I always thought Speed Ball was lame in the first place so I don't care that they "ruined' His character by making him something Slightly more Badass, he's still no Cable anDeadpool though.


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