History Fridge / OriginalLife

3rd Jan '17 10:16:36 AM Dr.Giggles
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* "The Muffins" arc is hands down the biggest piece of FridgeHorror in the whole comic. Masked viglantes attacking students, students attacking students, a full blown riot on the front lawn, the head of the school paper using it as a political tool to control the student body and not single teacher in sight or attempting control the situation. AdultsAreUseless at its finest and, by the way... [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior THEY ARE ALL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS]].

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* "The Muffins" arc is hands down the biggest piece of FridgeHorror in the whole comic. Masked Beyond the entire student body philosophizing in a manner beyond what most elementary students are capable, they have masked viglantes attacking students, students attacking students, a full blown riot on the front lawn, lawn with the aim to possibly seriously injure a fellow student, the head of the school paper using it as a political tool to control the student body and not single teacher in sight or attempting control the situation. AdultsAreUseless at its finest and, by the way... [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior THEY ARE ALL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS]].
28th Dec '16 8:03:34 PM Dr.Giggles
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*** Probably the biggest source of FridgeHorror is that, unlike with other groups, it seems they determine their own targets and not a higher body or authority and that their standards are "anybody we think deserves it and in the way we think they deserve it", with Fisk even admitting as such. This includes a guy who, while a total bastard and attempted rapist, had already been beaten to the point of hospitalization by Fisk, in police custody and on top of all that, they convince they man's own doctor to betray the Hippocratic Oath and do the deed. He was no longer a threat to anyone and was going to face justice.

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*** Probably the biggest source of FridgeHorror is that, unlike with other groups, it seems they determine their own targets and not a higher body or authority and that their standards are "anybody we think deserves it and in the way we think they deserve it", with Fisk even admitting as such. This includes a guy who, while a total bastard and attempted rapist, had already been beaten to the point of hospitalization by Fisk, was in police custody and on top of all that, they convince they the man's own doctor to betray the Hippocratic Oath and do the deed. He was no longer a threat to anyone and was going to face justice.justice.
* "The Muffins" arc is hands down the biggest piece of FridgeHorror in the whole comic. Masked viglantes attacking students, students attacking students, a full blown riot on the front lawn, the head of the school paper using it as a political tool to control the student body and not single teacher in sight or attempting control the situation. AdultsAreUseless at its finest and, by the way... [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior THEY ARE ALL ELEMENTARY STUDENTS]].
28th Dec '16 7:49:20 PM Dr.Giggles
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**** That's how major intelligence and black-ops agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example, though. There are no references to the murder of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and neither are so-called unlimmited budgets ever alluded to.

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**** That's how major intelligence and black-ops agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example, though. There are no references to the murder of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and neither are so-called unlimmited budgets ever alluded to.to.
*** Probably the biggest source of FridgeHorror is that, unlike with other groups, it seems they determine their own targets and not a higher body or authority and that their standards are "anybody we think deserves it and in the way we think they deserve it", with Fisk even admitting as such. This includes a guy who, while a total bastard and attempted rapist, had already been beaten to the point of hospitalization by Fisk, in police custody and on top of all that, they convince they man's own doctor to betray the Hippocratic Oath and do the deed. He was no longer a threat to anyone and was going to face justice.
19th May '15 6:02:29 AM Bishop999
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**** That's how major intelligence and black-ops agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example, though. There are no references to the murder of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and neither are so-called "unlimmited budgets" ever alluded to.

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**** That's how major intelligence and black-ops agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example, though. There are no references to the murder of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and neither are so-called "unlimmited budgets" unlimmited budgets ever alluded to.
19th May '15 6:01:32 AM Bishop999
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**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror, but Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and magically unlimmited budgets are never aluded to either.

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**** That's how major intelligence and black-ops agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror, but FridgeHorror. Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example. example, though. There are no references to the assassination murder of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and magically unlimmited budgets neither are never aluded to either.so-called "unlimmited budgets" ever alluded to.
19th May '15 5:52:33 AM Bishop999
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**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror, but Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and privately funded intelligence agencies with magically unlimmited budgets are never aluded to either. "Destroy America's enemies" is also not their "basic mission statement", it's just a general description of their purpose.

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**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror, but Fisk's organization is not a particularly brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and privately funded intelligence agencies with magically unlimmited budgets are never aluded to either. "Destroy America's enemies" is also not their "basic mission statement", it's just a general description of their purpose.either.
10th May '15 4:14:26 AM Bishop999
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** The real FridgeHorror here is that Abigail is inventing chemicals like this at age ''six'', and is being given no counseling or preventive restrictions whatsoever to keep her or others from abusing her gifts in the absence of an adult's judgement. This is ''by far'' Fisk's most glaring and dangerous mistake as a parent after the "Ferrigno Fluid" storyline.

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** The real FridgeHorror here is that Abigail is inventing chemicals like this at age ''six'', and is being given no counseling or preventive restrictions whatsoever to keep her or others from abusing her gifts in the absence of an adult's judgement. This is ''by far'' Fisk's most glaring and potentially dangerous mistake as a parent after the "Ferrigno Fluid" storyline.he personally catches her supplying a drug empire.
10th May '15 4:12:07 AM Bishop999
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**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Based on what we've seen though, Fisk's organization is not a particularly scary or brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and in real life there's no such thing as an unlimited budget, especially not for privately funded projects. "Destroy America's enemies" is also not their "basic mission statement", it's just a general description of their purpose.

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**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Based on what we've seen though, FridgeHorror, but Fisk's organization is not a particularly scary or brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and in real life there's no such thing as an unlimited budget, especially not for privately funded projects.intelligence agencies with magically unlimmited budgets are never aluded to either. "Destroy America's enemies" is also not their "basic mission statement", it's just a general description of their purpose.
2nd May '15 6:00:36 AM Bishop999
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**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Based on what we've seen though, Fisk's organization is not a particularly scary or brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and in real life there's no such thing as an unlimited budget, especially not for privately funded projects.

to:

**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Based on what we've seen though, Fisk's organization is not a particularly scary or brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and in real life there's no such thing as an unlimited budget, especially not for privately funded projects. "Destroy America's enemies" is also not their "basic mission statement", it's just a general description of their purpose.
2nd May '15 5:56:46 AM Bishop999
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**** That's how intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Based on what we've seen though, Fisk's organization is not a particularly scary or brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and in real life there's no such thing as an unlimited budget, especially not for privately funded projects.

to:

**** That's how major intelligence agencies operate the world over, state-funded or no, and a lot of them ''are'' perfectly valid sources of FridgeHorror. Based on what we've seen though, Fisk's organization is not a particularly scary or brutal example. There are no references to the assassination of "political bodies" anywhere in either comic, and in real life there's no such thing as an unlimited budget, especially not for privately funded projects.
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