I’m touched that you remember me!
You’re killing me!!!!
Well, you just made me cry. Good job!
Here’s how I do it for technical writing: Select a section (not in order) read each sentence slowly and carefully for two things: Grammar and purpose. Make sure each sentence serves a specific purpose and is the best it can be at serving that purpose. Almost every first draft sentence can be improved, even if it’s…
It’s definitely fake.
Great take on the movie. It’s definitely the most thematically dense of the Marvel movies to date.
Ha! No problem. I might write a whole thing about Superman and post it on the ODeck this week. I have many thoughts.
This is true, and you have to be careful with this aspect of it. But it can also be very powerful. The fact that he is not naturally human can show how powerful ideals like hope and compassion can be, because an alien has adopted them.
It really is. Its interesting. At first he seems like a simple everyman in a crazy world. But his internal character conflicts and overall arc end up being way more compelling and complex than the world he finds himself in.
I score 82, or 95, depending entirely on whether you count GChat, Twitter DMs and Whatsapp as "Text messages"
Actually, its not really a nitpick at all. These kind of character choices DEFINE who your hero is.
I cannot think of a two-word combination more horrifying than Spider Farm.
While I've enjoyed Top Gear in the past, Clarkson is, and always has been, a loud, racist, ignorant, lout of a man, and I am glad he got fired.
In other words "Forget it, Matt, it's Kinja town"
Again, I think I wasn't clear. I didn't mean "normal" for a certain group of people, I meant "normal" as depicted in media. Which comes to be how a lot of people come to think of "Normal" irl. If all you see in media is white dudes, you're gonna think of anything else as "different".
2015: The Year A-HEAD
Oh OK. It seems to be appearing now. I think it just got eaten by the kraken, and then regurgitated for being too self-important.
There's a lot to talk about in this reply, but I can't quite organize my thoughts to form a response to everything. I do want to highlight one point though:
I don't know. I didn't see it when I went to "All Comments" either, but he replied to me, and I didn't think you could dismiss a comment and then reply to it?