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Subj: Re: The bottom line
Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2011 at 04:01:07 pm EST (Viewed 111 times)
Reply Subj: Re: The bottom line
Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2011 at 03:11:56 pm EST (Viewed 140 times)
Quote:First, my claim was never that it was threatening to Thor's life. It was only about bullet being able to damage Thor or not remember? (Who uses straw man again?)
So you're saying that JiM #100 is consistent with Thor #480? Welts are damage.
Quote:So far, I have often asked for just ONE other plausible meaning to what Thor could have really meant by what he said and NOBODY could come close to give me ONE answer that had any leg to stand on. NOBODY!!!
Are you saying there is no plausible explanation other than that Thor could not take a bullet? Knowing full well that Thor can and has taken bullets, mind you.
Quote:Were we anywhere but on this board, you would have been murdered for saying something like you just said.
Hah, I somehow doubt that.
Quote:After reading you so far, I bet even if JIM#100 had Thor bleeding all over the place you'd still try to find an out for Thor.
Yet here you are, with four solid pieces of evidence of Thor/Thunderstrike clearly taking bullets, and you're doing mental gymnastics trying to justify the relevance of JiM #100. An issue from like the 17th century which isn't conclusive of anything.
Quote:I'll have to take your word for it since you have no link or quotes.
Sorry, I didn't keep a paper trail of my discussions with Busiek or archive what he has said on the subject.
Quote:If so little was "acceptable" for you 26 years later, how can you find it so hard to believe Thor was possibly less durable vs that kind of attacks before that point?
Busiek rejected the proposition that Thor was less vulnerable at one point, and later 'evolved' into his power. He said that, unlike the Hulk or Superman, Thor's powers don't work like that.
Quote:If it was Juggernaut, people wouldn't have settle for that level of "acceptable" was my point.
I don't know what your point is, and frankly I don't think you do at this point.
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