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Alexx: We haven't watched "Ironman 2" or 3 yet.
Kes: I can only take so much Tony Stark. How about "Doctor Strange"? Which one is he?
Alexx: He's the surgeon [insert more red kryptonite description here].
Kes: That doesn't sound very interesting. Who is the one who has mystic powers and transforms his girlfriend into a book? I mean, negative points for killing his girlfriend, but turning her into a book, that's kind of hot in a bibliophile bondage way.
Alexx [sighs]: That's Doctor Doom, and he turned his girlfriend into armor.
Kes: That's not very hot.

Date: 2017-03-12 01:09 pm (UTC)
jesse_the_k: Text: "backbutton > wank"  over left arrow icon with label "true story." (Back better than wank)
From: [personal profile] jesse_the_k
The joys of Dr Strange, and there are not many, are all visual: they manage truly new, 3-dimensional (even in 2D) hallucinations of city scales turned into elements in a Rubik's cube.

Among the many defects is Bumblebee Clamberpad attempting an American accent.

"Bibliophile bondage' evokes a buckram & linen contraption.

Date: 2017-03-13 12:53 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] siderea
Kes, when you reply via email, the entirety of the email you're replying to (which includes not just what you're replying to, but what they're replying to) is getting included in the comment on your journal, plus all the DW reply/delete/view links and instructions on how to reply vial email.

To make it not to that, at the bottom of your comment, put the following keystrokes: HARDRETURN HYPHEN HYPHEN HARDRETURN. That is, a line by itself consisting of just two hyphens tells the DW post-via-email system to not include anything below that in the post.

ETA: Also, so who turned his girlfriend into a book?!
Edited Date: 2017-03-13 12:54 am (UTC)

Date: 2017-03-13 07:57 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] bibliofile
That sounds like a much better story than Doctor Strange (admittedly a low) OR Doctor Doom (armor, really? how ordinary).


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