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#1 - electricbubblewrap
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(04/03/2012) [-]
Repost you know that feel bro!
#3 to #1 - miningman
Reply -14
(04/03/2012) [-]
the point of reposts is to spread the funny, it is annoying but hey, if i haven't seen it its new to me
#14 to #3 - seeggul
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(04/03/2012) [-]
and hey, if I have seen it, it's a waste of my time!
#15 to #14 - anon
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(04/03/2012) [-]
if you seen it then skip it, you are not the only one visiting this site.
#29 to #15 - imondoose
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(04/03/2012) [-]
lol obvious OP as anon trying not to get negative thumbs on his account is obvious

#30 to #1 - imondoose
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(04/03/2012) [-]
yeah it was on the front page like not even two weeks ago lol

#50 - wunderwaffe
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(04/03/2012) [-]
Last of his kind
Last of his kind
#224 to #50 - Dincorta
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(04/04/2012) [-]
Not knowing for sure whether or not you're the last. I know that feel.
#66 to #50 - SgtBaha
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(04/03/2012) [-]
Eccleston seems to be handling it well.
Eccleston seems to be handling it well.
#54 to #50 - metajunky
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(04/03/2012) [-]
superfeel
#144 to #54 - dreamthrow
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(04/03/2012) [-]
Supersadface
#136 - whomperstomper
Reply +18
(04/03/2012) [-]
Since when was Wolverine an obese gorilla?
#73 - bkster
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(04/03/2012) [-]
this was on the front page not even 4 days ago.
this was on the front page not even 4 days ago.
#203 - myarasaurus
Reply +4
(04/03/2012) [-]
And what's on the front page today Ollie?
#204 to #203 - myarasaurus
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(04/03/2012) [-]
#197 - sonicwind
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(04/03/2012) [-]
wolverine not genetic experiment ...just saying
wolverine not genetic experiment ...just saying
#18 - guitarguise
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(04/03/2012) [-]
actually I agree with the comment below mine.

Harry potter is a hero because he was born into it. His mother loved him and protected him. He was destined to defeat Voldemort. But when you look at HP himself, he doesn't have much going for him. Everything he does and achieves comes from pretty much luck (the only thing he's extremely talented at is broom flying). He's spell casting is good, but not at a level of any sort of master. His repertoire consists of a few disarming and stunning spells. Most of his success is luck. As far as the story is concerned, he is a hero. But HP himself... he's just a reckless punk who does things in the name of courage, but really it's just self-importance. He only gets out of the trouble he causes by, again, luck.

Batman on the other hand worked hard to get to where he was. Sure he had a fortune, but he actually built upon that fortune and expanded the company. He trained for years on end to become the badass that he became. He deals with problems left and right, but he always gets through with his intelligence and might (things that he earned). HP just pisses away his parent's fortune - which is still never really explained how they got so rich (or maybe it was and I don't remember)

Anyways, not a HP hater. I read all the books and enjoyed them. I just don't like the story itself as a good reflection on life.
rant.over.
#34 to #18 - Her
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(04/03/2012) [-]
I agree, however Harry had all of that responsibility on his shoulders from the world around him. And Batman obviously had responsibilities too, but he chose to take those on. The destruction of the whole wizarding world was set against Harry, which is larger than Batman stopping crime. And for both Harry and Batman, it is a personal thing, with their parents being murdered and all. So both are extremely brave, but yes Harry had a whole ******** of luck, and those helping around him, seeing as his destiny involved the whole world. So I dont really think it's fair to compare the two at all because they are actually very different. But putting all of what they fought for aside, and simply looking at personalities, I have to say they are both pretty badass. But only because Harry was 11 when he started fighting, while Batman was a grown man with a sound purpose in life. Harry goes through most of the series confused and new at certain magic that he needs to learn withing a book.
And honestly I dont know what my point is in saying this to you except I do agree with you, but they are two characters that really shouldnt be compared in the first place.
#42 to #34 - guitarguise
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(04/03/2012) [-]
yeah I guess you're right. I'm not so much against Harry, and actually more against JK Rowling. It seems like she wrote Harry to be a "Gary Stu" (female version of Mary Sue). She made things a little too perfect and all encompassing. When I was younger I didn't pay attention to that stuff because I thought "AWESOME! Harry is kicking butt!"

But after reading books like "Anna Karenina" and "War and Peace" by my favorite author, Leo Tolstoy, I realized what really makes great works of literature. Tolstoy is amazing at making each and every character in depth. Even the people who are supposed to be the badguys of the story are written from their perspective, and they are humanized. To me that is amazing writing. Being able to describe so many points of views and situations; it's really a testament to the writer's imagination. I still like the HP books, but I respect Rowling less as a writer because her book is purely for entertainment - which is why I don't like it when people claim that HP is a great work of literature. it's not. It's entertaining and well written in that sense, but not in a literary sense.

I'm sorry for typing so much. maybe I'm a little too egocentric and high-and-mighty rofl. thanks for your support.
#283 to #42 - Her
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(04/04/2012) [-]
Yes I've always thought that about the Harry Potter books too. Well written and exciting, but too perfet. There's a new problem each book, and by the end it's solved. The only deep meaning I find in the series is Harry missing his parents, and in the last book when practically half of the characters die and Severus' story is completely told. And the storyline is sort of generic. Parents dead, good group against bad, bad dies. But there are many details to enjoy.
oh no no no, I enjoy educated conversations like these. No need to be sorry, sir.
#299 to #283 - guitarguise
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(04/04/2012) [-]
thank you. I also enjoyed it :)
#13 - xxxmisterxxx
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(04/03/2012) [-]
I know that repost, bro.
#154 - gladiatorhawk
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(04/03/2012) [-]
#100 - bosephus
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(04/03/2012) [-]
hey hey hey... guess what... i saw this on front page two weeks ago
#105 to #100 - xheavymetalx
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(04/03/2012) [-]
I'm not OP but...

I'm sure not everyone saw it (I didn't). I don't see what's wrong with a repost as long as it's funny. Let everyone else see it too; that's what the internet's for.