Blogging the Comicon: Overheard

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Kid: I tried to add you on my X-Box Live and you wouldn’t accept my friend request.

Writer: Who are you? Is this seriously your question?

Kid: Seriously, Matt, why don’t you respond? What’s up? 

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People said Goku should be Asian. He’s a freaking alien.  Dude’s got a tail!

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We are about to embark on a world where nothing that you think you know applies any longer.  I dare you to guess what will happen next, because none of you will even have a clue.

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That’s Loki, he’s a girl now, it’s pretty cool.

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I like the scene where he put the puppy in the oven. 

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Hey, if it came out when you were 7, you’d obsess about it too. 

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There are stories that work better by starting from the beginning -- -- as goofy as that sounds. 

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Tomorrow is another day!

 

Jim McDermott, SJ

 

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9 years 8 months ago
Father, are you sure quote #3 wasn't overheard on Wall Street?

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