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  1. Poll: That's what I mean, too. DC never could figure...

    That's what I mean, too. DC never could figure out what to do with a teenage female Kryptonian when they had one, so now that they don't, why would they want another one?
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    Even within a particular series, the continuous...

    Even within a particular series, the continuous runs jump around (rather than are just all sequential), so they will have several sequential runs with big gaps between them.
  3. Poll: DC couldn't figure out a good use for teenage...

    DC couldn't figure out a good use for teenage Kara, so why would they want to replace her? The only reason I can think of is that Jon Kent needs help being Superman, because he's not as good at it...
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    Superman's birthday is taken to be Feb. 29, isn't it?
  5. It was never explained just how someone decided...

    It was never explained just how someone decided that this day was Kara's 21st birthday. When she arrived on earth, did she just decide that she seemed to be about 15 years old (at least by human...
  6. The Book of Genesis is actually rather vague...

    The Book of Genesis is actually rather vague about how the human race propagated after Adam and Eve started having offspring. It tells us that they had 3 sons named Cain, Abel and Seth. It doesn't...
  7. The part of the Noah story that seems especially...

    The part of the Noah story that seems especially implausible in view of modern knowledge of geography (which of course the writers of Genesis did not have) was how the llamas wound up in South...
  8. Apparently it takes far less time than millions...

    Apparently it takes far less time than millions of years. We see many instances of invasive species that sprang from single specimens or at most a few individuals that arrived accidentally on cargo...
  9. How does it work when, say, the tortoises...

    How does it work when, say, the tortoises populated the Galapagos Islands? One (pregnant) tortoise is swept out to sea, arrives on the islands hundreds of miles from the mainland, and lays eggs. ...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S77I7ZaQdVU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S77I7ZaQdVU
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    Actually, he's likely a slightly MORE rich CEO. ...

    Actually, he's likely a slightly MORE rich CEO. Aside from the occasional dividend (which tend to be small at most corporations), stocks are worth only what you get for them when you sell them. ...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1rc0HkmSd4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1rc0HkmSd4
  15. I have to wonder about Trump's intellectual...

    I have to wonder about Trump's intellectual ability. I would imagine that most people of average intelligence would likely not speculate about the therapeutic value of administering disinfectant...
  16. Manga consistently outsells even the best-selling...

    Manga consistently outsells even the best-selling DC and Marvel comics, but then so do the graphic novels from Scholastic (Dogman, etc.), don't they? They just target a different audience and use a...
  17. I'd say bringing back a rampaging triceratops to...

    I'd say bringing back a rampaging triceratops to the present qualifies as rather a bigger goof than just stepping on a butterfly.
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    In the actual comic book story Carl Barks was...

    In the actual comic book story Carl Barks was forced to invent the term "larky" for the harpy characters, because an editor had somehow discovered that "harpy" was an obscure (and obsolete) slang...
  19. As long as people are going OT into song lyrics,...

    As long as people are going OT into song lyrics, I'll date myself by posting this one

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    The Circle Game, a 1968 album by...
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  21. Thanks to everyone for bringing the big laughs...

    Thanks to everyone for bringing the big laughs thie week, and congratulations to Stony for posting the winner! If I may be permitted to display my ignorance - what was the origin of that Rosa cover?...
  22. I'm not sure just what spot of bother Justice...

    I'm not sure just what spot of bother Justice Thomas would be in. After all, Supreme Court Justices don't have to run for re-election. Anyway, his wife (who is a private citizen) could make the...
  23. Isn't it the stated policy of both mainland China...

    Isn't it the stated policy of both mainland China and Taiwan that in fact Taiwan is not a separate country? It always used to be the case that both governments claimed that there was a single China;...
  24. One of the all-time best parody comic books was...

    One of the all-time best parody comic books was the Son O' God series than ran in National Lampoon in the early 1970s. It was brilliant in concept and execution, and they made the inspired choice to...
  25. Congratulations to Riv86672 for winning this...

    Congratulations to Riv86672 for winning this week's contest with an inspired choice of a cover. A well deserved victory! Thanks again to everyone who posted an entry, and thanks too to WPP for...
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