You know people I have argued and fought throughout my life, have become my best and longest friends, they say what we see in others is a reflection of ourselves (comment from Steven for sure) so if we don't like something about someone, it's a quality we don't like about our-self.
@Kyndryd well according to most comic canon Nyssa (not Nissa) has used the Lazarus Pit before is over a hundred years old while Talia who has not used the Lazarus Pit is closer to Bruce's age so it is possibly she could not even be born yet and if she were she would be a child. So I doubt it has to do with approval, if they got Ra's they def could have used Talia probably just chose not to.
@WoJo I get what your saying and agree with you. "Overzealous fanatics" as I would call them do indeed ruin conversation. Again I might not see the SJW stuff in the arrowverse shows but I may just be blocking it out. At least you sat here and had a reasonable conversation though unlike some people on here who would just attack and swear at people who don't agree with them. I appreciate that. (P.S. I love Kingdom Come Deliverance great game.)
@stevenlhargrove People who disagree with me are not my enemies, on the contrary, I like the opportunity to both learn from them and teach them. Common goals through different ways. Who I consider enemies are people who have their counter-productive, destructive agendas and do not want to hear any resistance (you can see that in mainstream media and on protests where sjw will shout some idiotic slogan but will not answer any question about it). You don't see why "we people are pushing messages [...]", look at what leftists are doing when a show or a game doesn't include a black person or a gay etc (good example is Kingdom Come Deliverance cast in 15th century Europe where there were no black people at all) --- they turn it into racist/sexist/etc scandal. Arrowerse creators (current ones at least) are some of those people and they do not hide it. I watch those shows because I want to know what agendas they have currently, but also because I am a fan of the DC universe (to which CW doesn't make any favour). As for Batman reference you made, yes, heroes don't kill and that makes a lot of sense, but the point I was making was that they don't use "real guns" therefore still showing all "real guns" users as idiots in those shows. These shows are for kids (compare it to Titans or Doom Patrol) and they push agendas to teach kids idiocy. I personally consider Titans and DP much more child-friendly because while it is darker, it doesn't twist young minds (that much).
@WhatTheHeckFire does anyone really care about the stars on this site clearly they dont mean anything given the number one trending series right now is 5.5 stars.....really this isn't imdb or rotten tomatoes its some pirated tv website look at all my reviews and you will see there all zero stars. I dont really care about the stars and have never been good at ranking things that way. You rated it 10 stars and haven't seen it yet so tell me what makes your review any more or less legitimate than mine because of the star rating....
compelling characters and enticing plot are why people take part in tv/movies..there are people who watch shows like arrow, supergirl, and titans because they feel vindicated by particular tropes...however if quality writing and direction is sacrificed for these tropes, the work as a whole suffers. finally at that point when these franchises concede their core (often long term) audiences in order to entice new viewers who may have a vicarious view of the trending tropes and very little knowledge, if any, of source material..having said that i do believe characters/franchises like supergirl, arrow, titans, and star trek among others are transcendant of the current quasi political entertainment landscape and will survive to continue their stories (whether any of what we are seeing now on these programs will be considered canon in the future is yet to be seen)
Might as well wait to watch it anyway These last three episodes are probably gonna be best watched close together @TheFlyingMan after the two weeks we waited for this one their taking a month break before the next episode like wth are they gonna double the wait again and make us wait 2 months before the final episode. So dumb that they could have given us four more episodes over the next couple of weeks and made the season longer but instead they will wait to release episodes they have already finished filming months ago just to build unnecessary suspense. Shit I will have forgotten everything by then (not really but come on)
Did some research and apparently there like tranquilizer bullets which again isn't really SJW its just what a hero who doesn't want to kill people would do its like saying Batman is controlled by the liberals because he hates guns not the case. Second you say leftist tv shows but as far as i know according to everyone nowadays that's every show on the air so you must speed through everything you watch. Third I am one of those people you might consider a "leftist" I'm of the opinion that I'm a little of both and there aren't really any people who wholly believe everything on one side or the other and we are here having a dialogue....most people on the left would say the same thing about people on the right and that's the problem with both sides. Looking at people who don't share your opinion as "enemies" is a stupidly aggressive way to look at the world. And also because I lean more to the left on some of my ideals like gay marriage, transgender rights, gun control that is why I always say I don't see what you people are saying about pushing messages on these shows. I don't watch these shows and say "Man Arrow wants better gun control and features gay characters and Supergirl touches on transgender issues I love this show because it feeds my belief boner" No I watch it because I like superheroes and the content that features them. If they features some issues in the show that might be based around our real world issues but are just as likely to be issues in there world I don't consider our issues I consider it theirs. And finally ya that's not how you use that word not that it's a big deal just saying for future reference.
I'm pretty sure I recall them using non lethal bullets, but don't quote me on that. I understand that you may not see sjw elements there as it's not clear but it seems to me that way. About enemies thing, I speed through leftist tv shows to know where leftist stand and what are their current agendas (there is no dialogue with leftists so I consider them my enemies). And I meant "dreaded" as in "watched in fear [of losing my mind]" although it might not be a linguistically correct word in that context.
While your probably right @WoJo my only point was really that the lack of shooting on the enemy side is that there non shooting or missing has nothing to do with SJWs it clearly doesn't given the good side always fires there guns and hit there marks that's all I was saying. But i also agree with @Kruciphix what do you mean know your enemies and finally in your latest comment not to be a grammar nazi but did you mean dredged and not dreaded
Would I Lie to You? Season 12 Episode 7 (s12e07)
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