In an all out battle, who would

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Which Robin Would Win

  1. Dick Grayson (Robin #1)

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  2. Jason Todd (Robin #2)

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  3. Tim Drake (Robin #3)

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  4. Stephanie ??? (Robin #4)

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  5. Carrie Kelley (Robin #5)

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  1. The_Dark_Knight

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    In an all out battle, who would win

    Now that i recently picked up batman (haven't read in a while), it turns out Jason Todd never (i hate bringing back dead characters), I wonder who would win in a battle of the robins

    Dick Grayson: Currently Nightwing
    Jason Todd: Currently Red Hood
    Tim Drake: Currently Robin
    Stephanie ???: Currently in a Wall
    Carrie Kelly: Currently not born
     
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  2. Phil

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    This guy is young, but I don't think he's ever gonna get laid. Yet more proof why the Poll function, or else geeky nerdy teenagers should be disabled on the Boards.
     
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  3. The_Dark_Knight

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    you are a spiteful, catholic, venereal disease carrying prostitute who tells lies; you have no friends so you sit there and make fun of people for no apparent reason

    And that Extreme Geek to you mother-baish
     
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  4. Phil

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    Oh, Jeez, don't go proving my point or anything, why don't you...sounds like you even get your insults from comic books or the Internet. And what have you got against Catholics?
     
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  5. The_Dark_Knight

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    no, my material is original, and the catholic thing, i find a catholic prostitute funny
     
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  6. Phil

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    That's good, because I didn't think that the writing in even comic books had sunk so such a low, teengeek adolescent level. Why is the idea of a Catholic prostitute funny?
     
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  7. The_Dark_Knight

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    Do you even know anything comics? Probably not. What are your intersts, i bet somebody finds them dumb/geeky
     
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    My interests are varied, but for the purpose of this board, you only need to know of one of them: Tennis.

    I haven't read comics since I was 12 or so, so I don't know or care too much what geeks are reading today, and I wasn't so "into" them back then that I went around naming myself after a comic book character, as you do. This was reading entertainment for me-just enjoying some cool stories. I liked DC and Key Comics the best, and two magazines called "Creepy" and "Errie" (and also "Mad Magazine")-I did not like the Marvel series, other than "Sgt. Rock"-I thought Spiderman, Fantastic Four, etc. were boring. DC comics were much better written. I do know that Batman is, or was a DC character. Last I heard, DC was part of the Time-Warner media group. To each his own, I guess...so, again, what is so funny about Catholic prostitutes. Most people are born into a family that has a chosen religion-what they grow up to become often has nothing to do with that religion, or else, it has everything to do with it...
     
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  9. Capt. Willie

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    There are "other" Robins besides Dick Grayson? Holy round robin match Batman, I'm really out of the loop.
     
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  10. Capt. Willie

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    How can you have a character who hasn't been born yet? On second thought, never mind. I don't wanna know.
     
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    I 2nd that, wondered but now don't want to know.
     
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  12. The_Dark_Knight

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    Carrie Kelly was Robin in the miniseries The Dark Knight Returns, which takes place in the future
     
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    that one where batman fights superman?
     
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    Nice to know, the Dark Knight.

    Now, what was so funny about catholic prostitutes?

    And btw, what religious demonination are you and your family affiliated with?

    (awaiting your answer).
     
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  15. The_Dark_Knight

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    i'm a Satanist

    Satanism- Satanism is more commonly the name given to certain spiritual paths which emphasize the Left-Hand Path, as opposed to the much more common Right-Hand Path. Left-Handers believe in spiritual enrichment through their own work on themselves, and that ultimately they are answerable only to themselves, while Right-Handers believe in spiritual enrichment through the dissolution or submission of the self to (or into) something greater. Many Satanists do not in fact worship a deity called Satan, or necessarily any other deity, nor do they follow a principle of evil. This aspect of their beliefs is very commonly misunderstood.
     
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  16. Phil

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    No, really, spanky...we're waiting for a REAL response.
     
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    Who would win in an all out battle of WHAT?

    Intellect?
    Body odor pungency?
    Physical strength?
    Best looking sister?

    Specify, man...
     
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    You rang? (I did say I was Batman in some other thread. ;) )
     
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    Nice piece of outright plagarism, Poindexter, you stinky, lazy little pig.

    I would have expected a little more gumption from you than to "copy" VERBATIM from another source -- even from a sleezyweezer tadpole such as yourself.

    [size=+1]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satanism[/size]

    Phil: the child's "real" answer lies in "WIKIPEDIA" which bills itself as "the FREE encyclopedia."

    This lil' mushroom ain't no "died-in-the-wool" Satanist per se (I'm sure the "died" h0monym "play-on-words" escaped little numbnuts here), but is instead, a lazy, bigoted little not-so-clever plagarist hiding behind her disingenuous cop-out of an "answer."

    Spankygeekzer: that above quote of 'yours' (cough!) seemed very "fishy"....and that you clearly were/ARE the [size=+1]protamine[/size] behind it. :)

    Tsk, tsk, Poindexter.
     
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  20. The_Dark_Knight

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    i never said I created it, simpleton. Oh, and now your calling me a type of protein, nice, real nice. And whats up with you and defending that Phil guy........I put out a poll, and he comes along and insults me/comic book lovers, and i didn't even provoke him. Why the hell do you keep doing this, psycho.....
     
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    At the same time you NEVER....NEVER cited your source, dimmit. And that IS plagarism in ANYBODY'S book. Simpleton? Wow--damaging comeback Waldo! :) Let's rock, Poindexter and hand out the "simpleton award" after 12 rounds, Ok?
    Whaaa!!! Mommy, he called me a protein!! ROTFLMAO! Numbnuts: I said the "original" quote of yours was "FISHY" and that you were the PROTAMINE behind it---PROTAMINE being not just 'A' protein but: SIMPLE (like you) proteins found in fish sperm that are strongly BASIC. Now, if that doesn't scream "The_Dumb_Knight" what in heaven's name does?? Word to the wise, don't generalize--be precise next time Ignatz. That "protein" crack had context, you sneering little bigot.

    Phil needs no one to defend him........least of all vs. the likes of you, you sneering little bigot.

    That's not the point, Ignatz. You were called on your BIGOTED comment: calling someone a venereal-diseased, CATHOLIC, prostitute and then "patting yourself on the back" by calling it "funny??"

    THAT was what he called you on Sparky. You went way overboard, little boy, and you were called to account for that remark. Your answer: You thought "it was funny." Now: YOU make a pejorative, vulger remark that insults a religious denomination--and YOU "find that funny??" Who's the psycho, psycho?

    You stupidly (and mistakenly) have opened up a nasty can of worms as far as I'm concerned, little man; and from here on out, I'm all over you like white on rice, you sneering, arrogant little bigot.
    Simpleton? Psycho?.....pithy retort, sport. Try again, Ignatz. What else do you want to say about other religions while you're at it? Well?......

    I bought your mom a new 4-piece bedroom set:
    THREE BEDS AND A CASH REGISTER. Now: do you "find that funny" Ignatz?
     
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    ^^^lol

    insult of the year award???
     
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    Oh, what a lovely train wreck!
     
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    Good ones, Dedans, especially the last one, which, BTW, I'm stealing for my own use. But would you get this clucker's name right for once???!!! It's not Dim Bulb, it's...ahhh...Dumbass Knucklehead.
     
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    Might as well: Christianity is dumb, Judaism is dumb, Islam is dumb, Hinduism is dumb, Buddhism is dumb, Shinto is dumb, every Religion is dumb, religion is nothing more than a moral guidline and something to make death easier; promising you eternal life if you die, i don't follow to a dumb book

    A bigot huh? OK. I hate african, american, english, french, russian, chinese, korean, japanese, irish, mexican, i hate all races. Democrats, republicans, communists, i hate 'em too. I hate everything and everybody!
     
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    Spoken like a true dolt who doesn't know any better. Anyway, you said "i (sic) don't follow to (sic) a dumb book", and yet you read nothing but Batman comics...hmmm...that seems to speak for itself.
     
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    Satanists do work on themselves aye. Can't blame them. They can get no one else to do it I guess.

    I could say that the non religious are dumb and more to the point, narcisistic. You hate religion because you are afraid of moral obligations. I find as I get older that the old adage, "nothing new under the sun" proves itself over and over and over and over again.
     
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    Religion made me a better person. Now i've abandoned it as I've grown older and wiser, now understanding what it was created for and how it still manages to win people over today. Its fully understandable.

    But I feel sorry for those who spend lifetimes in religion. Its great to learn lessons regarding morality....but once you've acquired this....leave it alone and go study physics.

    I would never go back and not spend my youth at a local baptist church growing up in the youth group. Those were some of the best times.

    Just remember, it all started when man's brain became powerful enough to start "imagination", which led to "hmmm, hey pete, you think there is a guy behind the curtain who makes that big giant yellow ball in the sky come up in the east everyday?" ..."yeah, wow, I never thought about it like that before, good thinking" (20,000 BC).
     
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    Listen, Docalex, I understand that and actually agree with it, but, there is no justification for bigotry on the basis of religion (or color, or country, etc.)not on this board, at least. This should not turn into another discussion on the merits or value of religion per se...
     
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    Like I said... train wreck waiting to happen. :lol: I don't think I could handle yet another discussion on religion (because that would be the third time this year...).
     
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    Yeah, you guys are right. Lets take a break from these discussions.

    Noelle, I have your AIM screen name but never see you on. Do you still use that name? Or maybe I'm just not on enough. :)
     
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    swoon.......cool it, ya Phillipine fox, already! ..... major crush developing......

    Once upon a time, there was this uncommonly smart hayseed from Nowheresville, Appalachia whose initiative and drive spurred him to seek a not-so-provincial life away from "the farm" as was the case with so many previous generations in his family, i.e. the "family tree" resembled a telephone pole, figuratively speaking.

    So he applied for a test with the Secret Service and passed the written part of the exam with flying colors. From there, he took the oral examination which included a series of questions designed to determine if a candidate could quickly "think on his/her feet" in the event of a sudden emergency. He answered all of them correctly in a snap.

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    Her name was Stephanie Brown, robin #4 was Stephanie Brown
     
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    Yes, I still use that name. But I would guess BOTH of us aren't on enough. :D

    Muchos besos a ti.
     
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    Well, maybe one day i'll see ya on!
     
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