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post #101 of 8449 (permalink) Old 03-04-2014, 12:15 PM
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Lmao no but they joked about it when they gave me the surgery hat.

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OU, I loved Man of Steel. Dunno why it gets hate. The Krypton scenes were incredible and the fact it was not nominated for any special effect awards is a travesty.

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Yeah I thought the Krypton scenes were pretty awesome. I saw people complain that the ending was anti climatic but I didn't think it was bad. I can see it being considering a negative that the beginning was better then the ending. But overall I enjoyed it. I think some just had crazy expectations for it. I thought it compared favorably to the other comic book movies made recently.

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Yeah I thought the Krypton scenes were pretty awesome. I saw people complain that the ending was anti climatic but I didn't think it was bad. I can see it being considering a negative that the beginning was better then the ending. But overall I enjoyed it. I think some just had crazy expectations for it. I thought it compared favorably to the other comic book movies made recently.

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I liked man of steel ranked it behind the dark knight but that was it. The only problem I had with the ending was that superman allows millions of people to die without caring then breaks zods neck to save a few. They should have included superman getting beat up and losing the final battle because he was trying to save everyone then the last part would have hit harder. Oh and also the awful cringe worthy line at the end where the girl solider says he thinks superman was hot which exists purely to get laughs out of the mass audience even though its not funny.

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Congratulations KRY!!! awesome news x
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I have heard the question a few times recently about "what was your earliest memory?". I was talking to my mom trying to figure out how old I was during some of the things I remember. I have a lot of memories from when I was 4. A couple of them she wasn't sure if I was 4 yet so that would be my earliest confirmed memory. When I was 4.
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Congrats Kry! Would of been badass if your son was born with a gigantic beard and a camera around his neck.

OU, earliest memory? Now thats a thought. I remember watching Button Moon, and Ghostbusters. I had a nightmare about Slimer. I remember alot of my toys from when I was 3 or 4. Going on a train to the sea-side. Im 28 now so trying to remember 1989 isn't easy. Weed doesn't help!




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Congrats Kry! Would of been badass if your son was born with a gigantic beard and a camera around his neck.

OU, earliest memory? Now thats a thought. I remember watching Button Moon, and Ghostbusters. I had a nightmare about Slimer. I remember alot of my toys from when I was 3 or 4. Going on a train to the sea-side. Im 28 now so trying to remember 1989 isn't easy. Weed doesn't help!
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Congratulations KRY. Happy for you guys. Now the fun begins.

Earliest memory? Watching Thomas the Tank Engine and Danger mouse! They don't make cartoons like that any more (end old grandpa rant)

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Congrats Kry! Would of been badass if your son was born with a gigantic beard and a camera around his neck.

OU, earliest memory? Now thats a thought. I remember watching Button Moon, and Ghostbusters. I had a nightmare about Slimer. I remember alot of my toys from when I was 3 or 4. Going on a train to the sea-side. Im 28 now so trying to remember 1989 isn't easy. Weed doesn't help!
LOL you're telling me! I turn 28 on the 23rd of this month. I think I have a fairly good memory for a pothead. Having a nightmare that early isn't bad, I had a nightmare from Jurassic Park and that was 1993
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Congrats to the man of the hour! Always heard that having a kid was something special - enjoy mate


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I have heard the question a few times recently about "what was your earliest memory?". I was talking to my mom trying to figure out how old I was during some of the things I remember. I have a lot of memories from when I was 4. A couple of them she wasn't sure if I was 4 yet so that would be my earliest confirmed memory. When I was 4.
That's about as early as a person is capable of truly remembering. Anything before that is your brain compiling things you've seen/heard and making shit up. Your brain just isnt capable of storing that early. Anything before two for sure and between three and four varies from person to person.

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