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    Using the word "whining" pretty much makes the...

    Using the word "whining" pretty much makes the rest of your point irrelevant.
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    If some men are creating an atmosphere in which...

    If some men are creating an atmosphere in which women are fearful or suspicious of all men, that's men's fault, not women's. And it's our job to fix it, by shaming them, by helping women create an...
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    The rest of your post aside, "16 year old boy" is...

    The rest of your post aside, "16 year old boy" is a deflection. The problem is not chiefly 16-year-olds. It is 40-year-olds. The main comics reading audience is not a teenage one.
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    Nearly all of them are at least 10 to 20 years...

    Nearly all of them are at least 10 to 20 years older than he is. It makes lots of sense.
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    Yeah, but. Phil's being gay has certainly played...

    Yeah, but. Phil's being gay has certainly played a part in his approach to Wonder Woman.
  6. There are a hundred things that work better in...

    There are a hundred things that work better in person. Technology adds convenience but not collegiality and culture.
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    I worked for Citrix, the company that MAKES...

    I worked for Citrix, the company that MAKES GoToMeeting, and let me tell you -- from the perspective of the hour-by-hour operation of a cooperative group, you need to expend great amounts of energy...
  8. A solid indication that comics has little to...

    A solid indication that comics has little to nothing at all to do with publishing any more -- publishing being a New york based industry -- and everything to do with creating film and television...
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    It's the connection to the Avengers MOVIES that...

    It's the connection to the Avengers MOVIES that matters, not to the comics. Coulson is a draw because he was a character in the film.
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    Newsites and fan sites will produce about .001%...

    Newsites and fan sites will produce about .001% of the audience a series requires. Big deal.

    (And most will watch it anyway.)
  11. I'm not sure if Rafael is aware of this, but...

    I'm not sure if Rafael is aware of this, but there's a wonderful angularity to his work on ANIMAL MAN that connects back all the way to the very first story drawn by Infantino and Roussos. Terrific!
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    Haden BLACKMAN, not Black. SEEDER, not Cedar.

    Haden BLACKMAN, not Black.

    SEEDER, not Cedar.
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    No, he sounds like a guy whose brain is wired...

    No, he sounds like a guy whose brain is wired differently from yours. The fact that he could remember and recite back all that stuff -- no matter how creepy it may seem -- means that you and your...
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    Not an unfamiliar sort of autistic spectrum...

    Not an unfamiliar sort of autistic spectrum experience.
  15. Hint: your argument, with which I largely agree,...

    Hint: your argument, with which I largely agree, would be more compelling if you'd bother to spell Luke McDonnell's, Ig Guara's, and Ales Kot's name correctly.
  16. The Associated Press story goes there:

    The Associated Press story goes there:
  17. How soon they forget (or fail to copy-edit)...

    "Hornsack"?! Good god. Has it been so long since you've seen Pornsak Pichetshote's name?
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    Actually, I thought 4 -- which introduced us to...

    Actually, I thought 4 -- which introduced us to Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's and Steve McNiven's work -- rocked, showing us the family side of the 4 that has illuminated Hickman's work so well later.
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    I want to see them locked up.
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    I'm hoping you don't run a business. If you do,...

    I'm hoping you don't run a business. If you do, please tell me what it is, so I can avoid it. (Though I guess that would be too "ethical" for you.)

    I'm proud to have been a customer of Hibbs' for...
  21. Well, let's see -- art? Family history? If I...

    Well, let's see -- art? Family history?

    If I take pictures of my child naked in the bathtub, that's OK, but if I give you a copy, that's child pornography?
  22. You talked about churches covering up or going...

    You talked about churches covering up or going along with it -- there's no real reported history of this with child pornography.
  23. The articles only say that they've been...

    The articles only say that they've been identified (presumably by examination) as 35 separate children. None of the linked sources say they were identified as "real victims" from any databases.
  24. I didn't say "Catholic priests" -- I said...

    I didn't say "Catholic priests" -- I said "ministers" -- many of whom are in churches in which there isn't even a "top down" and in which their churches did not turn a blind eye -- where they were...
  25. Because for all we know, they could have been...

    Because for all we know, they could have been naked kids photographed by their parents splashing in their pools...
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