pat_mathis at January 17th, 2005 16:20 — #1
This one should go hand in hand with the "is Batman a super hero?"
If you ask me mega wealth is a super power.
And Godzilla, although has that wicked scream, would go down.
anubis at January 17th, 2005 17:50 — #2
you know that you are insane do you ?
pat_mathis at January 17th, 2005 20:19 — #3
Well if you read any Josoph Heller you would know that you just asked me a paradoctal question. You see if I were rational enough to acknowledge my own mental ill being then obviosly I could not be in the state of mental ill being. So there for some one that, as you put it, was insane they could not very well tell you that.
But then if you read any Orson Wells, you could state that insanity is a matter of public perseption.
And then of course, I like cheese.
anubis at January 18th, 2005 06:16 — #4
to get to the question... what godzilla are we talking about ? the one from the recent movie or the old one... or even the mechano godzilla ?
ed_mack at January 18th, 2005 10:48 — #5
pat_mathis at January 18th, 2005 16:11 — #6
Mathew Broderick can rot in bad acting hell!!! I mean the 70's-80's godzilla of course. The one with that great scream. I heard that they made that sound bit with birds, whales, and styrofoam.
But what do you think about batman being a super hero? Yes or no?
anubis at January 19th, 2005 07:42 — #7
batman is a psycho... anybody who dresses like a bat and beats up thugs at night because his parents got killed should clearly see a shrink (in fact he does in batman 3 )
pat_mathis at January 19th, 2005 16:09 — #8
Well, thats all thanks to frank miller. He made the whole dark night angle. Before batman was all lamer lines and tights. In fact I think he recieved quite a bit of flak for these liberties. If I'm not mistaken it about got him banned from DC. Later of course the new image of batman was embraced. Think of it as comparing Tim Burton's Batman to Batman and Robin.
Hey, chill o-ut. -Arnald as Mr Freeze