Would you take a look at this?!
Instead of coming up with a way to teach our children to throw Baterangs and use green power rings, the world science community, who will do anything to push their elitist multi-comicbookist ideals on everyone, is designing Spiderman costumes for people to wear.
I mean check out this BBC article:
"A 'Spider-man' suit that enables its wearer to scale vertical walls like the comic and movie superhero could one day be a reality, according to a study.
"Natural technology used by spiders and geckos could help a human climb the side of a building or hang upside down from a roof, the analysis suggests."
And how 'bout Professor Pugno, who more than likely descended from Hugo Strange, himself:
"Professor Pugno also outlined three properties which a real Spider-man suit must demonstrate.
"Firstly, and most obviously, it must be able to demonstrate strong adhesive properties. Secondly, the suit must be able to detach easily from a surface after it has stuck. Thirdly, the suit must, to some degree, be able to clean itself.
"The latter requirement is considered important because dirt particles could get in the way, interfering with the adhesive properties of the suit."
This is just great. While the Black Manta plots to invade our shores with his hired goons and fellow partners from the Legion of Doom, we're figuring out ways to hang upside down, catch flies, and spin webs. Our very way of life faces eminent destruction and total annihilation and our scientists are out looking for Charlotte.
I tell you here, today, these Marvelites- who continually deny that Barbara Gordon is the real Batgirl and teach their children that Bruce Wayne was just another citizen of Gotham City- are going to be the death of us all.
May the Martian Manhunter have mercy on our souls!
Hat Tip to loyal follower and believer Chris James for alerting the First Church to yet another outrage perpetrated by secular humanists and those seek to push multi-comicbookism on our schools and public institutions.
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