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Gwenda B.
05-02-2004
05:11 PM ET (US)
Hey James --

Drop me an email at Gwenda007 AT earthlink.net, 'kay?
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James Wright GSA '93
04-26-2004
12:30 AM ET (US)
Gwenda,

don't know if you'll get this, but ah...james wright here, creative writing GSA '93. i'm living in Japan, getting ready to head back to USA/Kentucky after 3 years, be home in August. just trying to reconnect with some people! get back to me if you get this...
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Susan MariePerson was signed in when posted
11-19-2003
11:00 PM ET (US)
Look, we've got enough trouble out here in Berkeley. We don't need your stupid imported hippies.
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Rob
11-19-2003
06:09 PM ET (US)
Who wants to kick some hippy ass? Gwenda does!! If you've had the "respect your neighbors" conversation with them I think it's time to implement Operation Dirtyworks. Run those damn hippies out of town or at least from your vicinity. Or go with the non-lethal method. Put a hemp shirt under a box trap, pull the string when he attempts to get it, fly to Berkely, CA and leave him there with the other hippies.
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Gwenda B.
11-18-2003
07:06 AM ET (US)
I was just kidding, honest. I'm a geek too. But I never read JLA or LSH!
Edited 11-18-2003 07:17 AM
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Robo
11-17-2003
09:00 PM ET (US)
Last comment then I will geek it up at Christopher's journal. I forgot about the red sun training! Oh that was rich stuff. I want to say Neal Adams was the artist but I'm not sure. Sorry Gwenda no more geekery.
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Gwenda B.
11-17-2003
07:57 PM ET (US)
You guys are totally geeking up my quick topic.
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Christopher Rowe
11-17-2003
05:41 PM ET (US)
Um. Maybe "our" world isn't exactly the phrase I was looking for there.
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Christopher Rowe
11-17-2003
05:39 PM ET (US)
You're talking about "Five Years After" right? Definitely my favorite run on LSH (coming from a guy who has seven of the hardcover DC Archives of the Legion).

Muhammad Ali vs. Superman--the man who would not fall down. My favorite bit was when they went into the pocket universe Superman set up at the Fortress of Solitude with the red sun environment so they could train for six weeks while only hours were passing in our world.
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Robo
11-17-2003
04:54 PM ET (US)
Giffen had an awesome run with Legion Of Superheroes too. One of my all time favorite comics that I wish I still had was Muhammad Ali vs Superman in a boxing match.
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Christopher Rowe
11-17-2003
08:44 AM ET (US)
Wow! Just ten minutes and Rob comes through with a superhero who gains his powers by drinking a reconstituted soft drink! Go Rob!

I'm pretty sure I have your mailing address around here somewhere, so no worries on that. Now, what to send for a prize, what to send for a prize? Well, I can tell you one thing you're _not_ getting is my copy of the Giffen penned DC Comics Presents where Supes teams up with the Legion of Substitute Heroes to fight a time lost Ambush Bug!
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Rob
11-16-2003
08:42 PM ET (US)
Uh..Elongated Man and wife. Jesus, I'm a geek. I'm afraid to give out my address to the public in fear that someone will come to my Mom's basement and kick sand on me.

And is there Tour De Kentucky that I was unaware of?
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Christopher Rowe
11-16-2003
08:32 PM ET (US)
Mike, that was a mistake. That Plastic Man figurine wasn't meant to be in the picture, and he doesn't play any role in the book. Ralph and Sue Dibney, however...

(A nifty prize of some undescribable description goes to the first person who posts here clearly identifying the above reference, and who is also not Joe Sutliff Sanders since I already know he gets it--to be mailed to the address of your choice).
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Mike JasperPerson was signed in when posted
11-16-2003
08:35 AM ET (US)
Awesome map!

So at what point does Plastic Man enter the plot? :)
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Gwenda B.
11-14-2003
07:11 AM ET (US)
Well, that would be interesting, since I'm not sure I could root for either of them at this point. Characters not interestinig enough so far...

Maybe if carnies fought the church-goers? That would be fun.
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Rob
11-13-2003
10:45 PM ET (US)
The whole ghost town thing was excellent. The actor that played the bartender was especially good. A lot of jagged scenes meant to shock us viewers fall flat when used so much. Hell I'm sure it's coming down to a battle between Ben and Brother Justin. I wonder how they are related.
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