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Subj: Re: Okay, Bye. Don't come back.
Posted: Sun Jul 11, 2021 at 05:36:41 pm EDT (Viewed 93 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Okay, Bye. Don't come back.
Posted: Sun Jul 11, 2021 at 12:57:37 pm EDT (Viewed 111 times)
Quote:I’m not sure why my opinion seems to have driven you over the edge but it’s not a good look. It’s typical angry liberal 101 to hit the usual suspects of Conservative news/opinion tv as if CNN and basically every other news outlet aren’t liberal biased. If you respect the country you live in and the people that have fought and died and been maimed for it, then you would take issue with Marvel/Disney’s stance. It’s that simple. Your verbal vomit and personal attacks don’t change that. You have no data to back your assertions and you just seem angry. Grow up.
I'm not sure you have the high ground on maturity you seem to think you do.
You are implication any critique of America is disrespect for people who died for the country, or that you hate the country.
You go after them for not having any evidence, but where exactly is your evidence that anyone you have claimed hates America or vets (still not sure how that even came up)? That anyone at Marvel or Disney wants to take away rights? that was just weird.
You claim they were pulling from "angry liberal 101" but you seem to be going from remedial conservative persecution complex.
Your words seem eerily similar to what I just found out yesterday Dean Cain said days before (I think, the internet is weird and dumb at times) about the new Captain America mini series.
Now,I have nothing against Dean Cain as a man, a friend of mine worked on a movie he shot here in Michigan and said he was every nice guy, a very important aspect to a human being that should supersede politics in the day to day. However, after criticizing it, he openly admitted to having not read the comic, which is dumb to do.
The reason why I bring up Mr. Cain is, as I said there is a bizarre similarity in words and ideas. And as someone who HAS read the first issue, that is what people should be upset about, a lack of originality in the story.
I don't know if Dean Cain or that issue spurned on your original post, but the lack of creativity is certainly there in some capacity, and as I said in my original response to you, that is what is the real thing to be upset about.
There are plenty of valid reasons to complain modern Marvel. But a perceived NEW idea of political commentary is a weird one.
And making a scene about not buying them is even weirder, since no one is forcing you to buy them.
I just wanted to get those thoughts in, because I am 60% sure the moderator will lock this discussion and says to take it to the community board.
Normally, I would not have gotten into this, but last year people following B.S. claims tried to throw out my votes five times, the the last was with was bursting into the capital to stop certification, so my patience with people claiming they care about America and what people died for is a little thin these days.
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