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History, Glory, and Racing: I welded this sculpture together to celebrate the history and glory of Sidecars racing
History, Glory, and Racing: I welded this sculpture together to celebrate the history and glory of Sidecars racing

I welded this sculpture together to celebrate the history and glory of Sidecars racing

Being Alone, Friends, and Frozone: honestly tho that scene in the incredibles where mr. incredible sees the names of all the old super heroes that used to be his friends /that he knew from Back in the Day and how every one of them has been killed by syndrome is such a chilling scene for so many reasons like for one, everyone he knew is dead at this point and has been killed on the same island he's at now and two, its heartbreaking be that means that almost every hero wanted to try out being a hero again despite the laws against it and wanted to try and help someone out and relive their glory days, only to be straight up murdered like fuck that scene is just so fuckin intense allthesebees Klds, could you lighten upa litt Let speak I think the core of that scene for me is, when you're insane like me and you go through it frame by främe, you can work out that Gazerbeam defeated the omnidroid twice the only super we have enough information to confirm did so. I always wondered about his body in the cave, how and why he got the password... But it makes sense. This thing goes haywire, and goes haywire again? He must have been hella suspicious! So he does what any good superhero would do tries to get to the bottom of what's really happening on Nomanisan Island. During the process he's clearly caught and wounded but has just enough time to get himself somewhere he can leave a final message, just praying that the next super to come along will find it and break the cycle. Gazerbeam is my hero. doom-exe Incredibles 2 has a lot to live up to All of this and.. I'm just realizing that the name is No Man Is An Island???? As in, everyone needs someone to depend on and connect with, no one is ever completely alone or should act all on their own Also Gazerbeam probably has X-ray vision-so he not only survived long enough to defeat the Omnidroid, he had the ability to see Syndrome entering the password. animagix101 Holy guacamole! I should pay more attention, I don't think got any of that stuff! does anyone think about the fact that now mr. incredibles has to live wi the fact that all his friends getting killed by syndrome could have been avoided if he had just been nicer to syndrome from the beginning breefolk-hates-staff I was thinking that from the beginning reading this and was shocked it went through so many comments before anyone pointed that out. Syndrome waited until his machine was almost ready to go before asking Bob to come to Nomanisan. He also was surprised to find out that he was married to "Elastigirl, which means he likely built his list and went through everyone else before finally deciding it was time to kill Bob. Also, Syndrome literally didn't find Bob until the start of the movie. He found Frozone and was stalking him. If Lucius hadn't hung out with Bob, then Frozone was going to be the next one lured. There's literally a scene of Mirage realizing that the guy in the car with her target is Mr. Incredible. He wasn't going through the list, he was stalking and finding every former Super he could, luring them to the island, and then killing them, for the sake of improving his robot. Finding Bob was just a happy accident, and Syndromes obsession with him meant that upon finding a bot that could beat Bob, he figured he'd hit perfection and was ready. and like, let's be real here in the intro Buddy was crossing the line the second he showed up, Mr. Incredible mentioned he'd been very nice to Buddy, via signing a ridiculous amount of autographs and doing pictures and stuff, and that he was not going to risk a childs life as a sidekick (albeit in less words). Buddy literally showed up by breaking into his car, and then stalked him all evening until he was arrested. That's disturbingly obsessive behavior, there's no amount of niceness that would stop Syndrome, it was an impossible situation. No amount of nice was going to appease Syndrome, the second he faced any sort of rejection from Mr Incredible he was going to lose it and go supervillain. After his arrest he should have gotten put into therapy, but yknow, set in like. the 50's. so it makes sense he fell through the cracks when the cracks were a goddamn canyon. Don't victim blame Mr. Incredible. Source: silwerhawk 108,322 notes Heroism
Being Alone, Friends, and Frozone: honestly tho that scene in the incredibles where mr. incredible
 sees the names of all the old super heroes that used to be his
 friends /that he knew from Back in the Day and how every
 one of them has been killed by syndrome is such a chilling
 scene for so many reasons
 like for one, everyone he knew is dead at this point and has
 been killed on the same island he's at now and two, its
 heartbreaking be that means that almost every hero wanted to
 try out being a hero again despite the laws against it and
 wanted to try and help someone out and relive their glory
 days, only to be straight up murdered like fuck that scene is
 just so fuckin intense
 allthesebees
 Klds, could you lighten upa litt
 Let
 speak
 I think the core of that scene for me is, when you're insane
 like me and you go through it frame by främe, you can work
 out that Gazerbeam defeated the omnidroid twice the only
 super we have enough information to confirm did so. I always
 wondered about his body in the cave, how and why he got the
 password... But it makes sense. This thing goes haywire,
 and goes haywire again? He must have
 been hella suspicious! So he does what any good superhero
 would do tries to get to the bottom of what's really
 happening on Nomanisan Island. During the process he's
 clearly caught and wounded but has just enough time to get
 himself somewhere he can leave a final message, just
 praying that the next super to come along will find it and break
 the cycle. Gazerbeam is my hero.
 doom-exe
 Incredibles 2 has a lot to live up to
 All of this and..
 I'm just realizing that the name is No Man Is An Island????
 As in, everyone needs someone to depend on and connect
 with, no one is ever completely alone or should act all on their
 own
 Also Gazerbeam probably has X-ray vision-so he not only
 survived long enough to defeat the Omnidroid, he had the
 ability to see Syndrome entering the password.
 animagix101
 Holy guacamole! I should pay more attention, I don't think
 got any of that stuff!
 does anyone think about the fact that now mr. incredibles has
 to live wi the fact that all his friends getting killed by syndrome
 could have been avoided if he had just been nicer to
 syndrome from the beginning
 breefolk-hates-staff
 I was thinking that from the beginning reading this and was
 shocked it went through so many comments before anyone
 pointed that out.
 Syndrome waited until his machine was almost ready to go
 before asking Bob to come to Nomanisan. He also was
 surprised to find out that he was married to "Elastigirl, which
 means he likely built his list and went through everyone else
 before finally deciding it was time to kill Bob.
 Also, Syndrome literally didn't find Bob until the start of the
 movie. He found Frozone and was stalking him. If Lucius
 hadn't hung out with Bob, then Frozone was going to be the
 next one lured. There's literally a scene of Mirage realizing
 that the guy in the car with her target is Mr. Incredible. He
 wasn't going through the list, he was stalking and finding
 every former Super he could, luring them to the island, and
 then killing them, for the sake of improving his robot. Finding
 Bob was just a happy accident, and Syndromes obsession
 with him meant that upon finding a bot that could beat Bob, he
 figured he'd hit perfection and was ready.
 and like, let's be real here in the intro Buddy was crossing the
 line the second he showed up, Mr. Incredible mentioned he'd
 been very nice to Buddy, via signing a ridiculous amount of
 autographs and doing pictures and stuff, and that he was not
 going to risk a childs life as a sidekick (albeit in less words).
 Buddy literally showed up by breaking into his car, and then
 stalked him all evening until he was arrested. That's
 disturbingly obsessive behavior, there's no amount of
 niceness that would stop Syndrome, it was an impossible
 situation. No amount of nice was going to appease
 Syndrome, the second he faced any sort of rejection from Mr
 Incredible he was going to lose it and go supervillain. After his
 arrest he should have gotten put into therapy, but yknow, set
 in like. the 50's. so it makes sense he fell through the cracks
 when the cracks were a goddamn canyon. Don't victim blame
 Mr. Incredible.
 Source: silwerhawk
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