Dave C: Good one! Splinter I suppose but I like Miyagi better. (image comes from a great Karate Kid t shirt)
DI: As a Skaven player I have to support the rats.
DC: Splinter uses weapons so he gets an edge. Steve Austin vs the T100 unarmed.
DI: T100. Austin didn’t have a bionic rib cage and the Terminator would rip out his heart. “Jump high now a#&*@#$”
DC: He can pop a tennis ball with his hand. Ghostbusters vs Christine.
DI: With or without the ECTO-1?
DC: Sure with.
DI: Ghostbusters but it would be close.
DC: Dunno Christine was indestructible and pissed.
DI: They’d probably have to get a dump truck sized ghost trap.
DC: Peter Pan vs Legolas unarmed.
DI: Is there a way they could both die?
DC: Lol sure but who falls first?
DI: Legolas is faster with more combat experience. Pan can fly. I’d have to go with Legolas.
DC: I’d root for Peter. Lobo vs Godzilla. No chopper.
DI: Lobo is effectively immortal. Godzilla would eat him and Lobo would claw his way out.
DC: I see him butchering Godzilla steak by steak.
DI: Yep. Lobo vs Darth Vader.
DC: Lol Lobo no contest. Dr. Venture vs Mandark.
DI: With or without Brock Sampson?
DC: No, but they get their labs.
DC: Brock Sampson vs Archer.
DC: Captain Brannigan vs Archer.
DI: In battle Archer. In love Archer. In snazzy velour uniforms Brannigan.
the Infamous Dave Inman
So I have been taking a lot of yoga lately and it’s supposed to clear your mind and lead you to a spiritual nirvana or something. I must be doing it wrong because my mind is always wandering all over throughout the course of the class. For some reason I seem to always be thinking about either obscure zones I used to visit in World of Warcraft (why do I need to think about the Wetlands? I played Horde) or old TV shows from my childhood.
(Actually that gives me something else to think about. In 30 years will I be thinking about Breaking Bad or SOA? Image courtesy of the Breaking Bad t shirts collection).
Anyway, today I was thinking about the Bionic Man and this occurred to me: one of Steve Austin’s weaknesses was always cold temperature. If he got really cold his arm, legs, and eye would shut down. However the electric blanket was invented in 1912 and the thermostat in 1883. It seems like sticking a heating element into the bionics would be easy peasy. Heck, you could put warming elements into a regular prosthetic limb if you really wanted to. Also if his eye were totally destroyed wouldn’t Steve Austin have massive scarring on his face? Yes this is what I was thinking about tonight while in Child’s Pose.
the Infamous Dave Inman