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Subj: Re: I know the scene he's talking about...
Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 at 11:14:21 pm EST (Viewed 82 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I know the scene he's talking about...
Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 at 05:04:58 pm EST (Viewed 79 times)

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    What was blocking his view was left over galactic debris not mists.

Which explains why he said mists were blocking his view rather than galactic debris. 


    And you're tryin way too hard to ignore what's actually shown to take literally what is in fact just metaphor.
    And your explanation is still fail. Of is indicative still in each of your examples.

It's indicative of where (or when) they're found, not what they're made from.  Animals of Africa means animals found in Africa, not animals made from the land itself.  Light of day means the light found in the day, not light made from the "substance" of daytime.  And mists of night means mists found at night.
Reading mists of night as saying the mists are made from the "substance" of night is a damned strange reading on its own, but then taking it and interpreting it as the debris of destroyed galaxies...?  How did you ever come up with that?
It's clear though that this is a waste of my time, so this is my last reply on this subject.

The only reason why it's a "waste of your time" is because you can't manipulate the truth inot some stupid explanation that makes no sense.
"Mists of Night" is a metaphor, nothing more or less. The HOW you know it's a metaphor and it is galactic debris being cleared comes in 2 factors. 1- the shear power of the storm Thor summon to dispell what you allege are simple mists. 2- The siuation that brought about the need to clear Anything.
There aren't many meanings you can see when reading "Mists of Night", under your take it as you read it silly explanation Thor is clearing one of 2 things, either mists(no need for such a tremendous storm to do this), or night(no need for a storm at all).
But it wasn't night or mists obscurring his view, it was debris. The comic shows this. You can't just look at his words and nothing more there is an entire comic and other things happening that explain it. "Mists of Night" was neither mists nor night that is a Metaphor for the debris.

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