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0505: Captain American't in Dramatis Personal 20th Jun, 2019
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Author Notes:
Mel Cormac edit delete
Mel Cormac
Paul’s talking about the 2011 film, so he’s not completely wrong: https://youtu.be/ZCVXiNvQaxI?t=44
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MST3KFan
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MST3KFan
"I can do this all day!"
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
"Sometimes I think you like getting punched."
Microraptor
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Microraptor
First World Jon Walker problems: Your "arch-enemy" is always super nice to you.
JammyTheBirb
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JammyTheBirb
It's always so weird to see comments about Jon Walker XD I've said it before (a lot) but it still amuses me!

Also I need to mention I'm struggling to pick a favourite character between Paul and Ken.
Mel Cormac
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Haha yeah, must be weird, especially when people are frustrated with him... or talking about ships... or, yeah, basically anything XD

I'm not used to my name being in fiction, but whenever it happens it really throws me off!

And I'm so glad you like them both! I've enjoyed giving them more screen time, since I like them a lot too!
anonymous coward (Guest)
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Robo-KenPaul9000 for Conservative leader! If you're going to go with joke candidates anyway, why not go with one that's actually funny?
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
A drunk student robot clown would be a better candidate than any existing conservative MP so...
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
For him, that's the worst thing of all
anonymous coward (Guest)
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Poor Jon, now that someone expects something other than selfish stupidity out of him he doesn't know what to do. If only he had sufficient literacy to be able to find and make use of the contents of the self-help aisle at a decent bookstore, and enough cash to make the purchases anonymously.
anonymous coward (Guest)
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Actually, how bad is the prejudice against people being seen to read the self-help books in his area? I'd expect that in the greater London area not too many people would comment aside from his own family or anyone he brought up the topic with. I wouldn't know though, and I've dealt with wankers who openly discussed firing people for having a manual on meditation in their personal effects. "That kind of new age woo is dangerous lunacy, best toss the bad apple sooner than later."
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
There's more of a stigma on men buying those books, annoyingly. I think the mentality is that men are "supposed" to just clean their rooms and join a gym, and that's all the self-help they need. Ugh.

That being said, the judgement he would get from himself would be enough for him to just not bother. Never mind what his friends and family might think of it.

He can always get ebooks!
anonymous coward (Guest)
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My understanding is that owes to misogyny of the kind that believes there is no such thing as a consistently sane woman, "Since they are always changing their minds anyway." Never mind that science is widely said to advance one death at a time, as people who have incorrect ideas they refuse to abandon are finally silenced by the grave. This makes sense if you're the sort of person with unjustifiable belief in their own fitness for privilege and authority: How else would one maintain such besides the ability to avoid changing one's mind in the face of contrary evidence?