Je vous salue, Master of Puppets. Even if you're already out of the thread.As for the "incorrect canon facts", I've never used anything of the sort. I've only posted my views on the Superman-Wonder Woman relationship, pointing out why I like it better. Yeah, I like it more than the Superman/Lois relationship. Shocking. So what? OTOH, YOU have systematically tried to debunk my VIEWS on this relationship, trying to convince me with the, again, so-called "blunt truths" that the SM/WW relationship isn't the best, and that Superman HAS to end up with Lois. You can say that you have never said that, but a few of us here know different.
As for the blunt truths, yes, it is a fact that Clark and Lois have been an item for almost 75 years, as is a fact that they were married, and that they had great moments together. I don't deny it. And I've never said that Lois was a bad character, and that the S/L pairing was crap. I actually have said that I liked it. But you can't use that - what happened before, i.e. THE PAST - to INVALIDATE what is happening now, i.e. THE PRESENT. That is, the fact that Clark and Lois were together does not invalidate the Superman and Wonder Woman relationship. And there's a reason why more than a few people like this pairing, and why there are tons of fan art, websites and fan fics, whether you like it or not. There are people who simply like it. And that's the nature of the beast. There's no "science" in liking certain aspects of comic books, or the whole thing for that matter.
I'm not criticizing Lois as a character. But you are intent in getting her into every single Superman/Wodner Woman conversation, trying to show everyone that she's better for Clark than Diana. And while you have some solid arguments, I'll give you that, the Superman/Wondy supporters - short or long-term - have some pretty good points, too. You are a big LL fan, we get it. And that's your right.
Now, if someone says that the Lois character is crap (and that's is NOT me), then first I would ask why before pointing out facts that prove the reasons cited by that poster are not supported by facts. In that aspect you have done a wonderful job, I admit. Lois can be annoying at times, but all in all she's a great character who deserves to be written well, and to be developed. Like I said, I like Lois. Whoever, there are people who do NOT like her, and that's their right. The right you have to like her is the same they have to NOT like her.
I think I was the first (or one of the first) people to tell you not to take things that seriously. What you are doing here is, simply put, killing the fun in posting in comic-book forums. Because, whether you believe it or not, most people do this for fun. It is one thing to express your views in a respectful, non-condescending manner, another is to do the exact opposite AND ON TOP OF THAT do so trying to shove what you THINK is "the truth" down the throats of people who think different than you.
So, in short, be careful with what you say, misslane. I'm getting tired of your condescending speech.
You can reply if you wish, I won't read it. I'm getting out of this thread.