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Omega Unlimited
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Feb 27
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That would negate obeying the speed limit and stopping at red lights from your previous post. :-)

Feb 26
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Somebody pointed out last two weeks ago that Agatha has Connecticut plates on her car.

Feb 26
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Progressives in America need better slogans in general. If you need a full PowerPoint deck to explain what your slogan *really* means, then go back to the drawing board.

Feb 21
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Ironically, I found this article because Perkins linked to it in an SNL review.

Feb 19
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I took it the same way. Agatha wasn’t protecting Wanda, she was further manipulating her. Charles’ take doesn’t account for Monica holding her own against Wanda. Monica deflected Wanda’s power with her own.

Feb 18
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I don’t think Wanda’s mood is pandemic related. From the interview cutaway, they seem to be playing the hungover mom trope. “Mommy had a little too much wine and did something embarrassing that altered the space-time continuum. Woops!” Elizabeth Olsen channeled Julie Bowen perfectly in that scene.

Feb 18
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I think they were playing the scene as “hungover mom sleeps in.” It’s probably late morning and everyone else has been up for hours.

Feb 16
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I’m increasingly less sure there’s a third party involved at this point, still hoping there is and this isn’t the old “Female superhero goes crazy from emotions and hurts people!” trope. Read more

Feb 16
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That’s a good point. That would lead me to believe the commercial is about the death of Pietro by Ultron or the death of Vision by Thanos. In that case, Yo’Magic would be Wanda’s power and she’s feeling guilty about not being powerful enough to save either.

Feb 15
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The other commercials have focused on moments of trauma in Wanda’s past. During the post-credit scene for Winter Soldier, we learned that Wanda and Pietro are the only two in Hydra’s experiments to unlock their powers and survive. That fits pretty well with the Yo’Magic commercial. The shark would be Strucker and the Read more

Feb 14
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I agree. There is so much good entertainment available, why subject yourself to something terrible. I didn’t watch the first version and I’m not going to watch this version. Once the think pieces of why it failed run their course (I’ll probably read one), I won’t have to be reminded of this movie at all.

Feb 12
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I’m tired of reading all the “Mephisto clues” too. It’s like Snoke theories from five years ago. I think a few of them are call backs to the comics, like calling the twins “demon spawn,” but I think we’ll see that S.W.O.R.D. is the main villain of the show.