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By Scott Tierney

Unnecessary conversations: a range of daft, ridiculous and totally unnecessary meanderings from the brain of Scott Tierney. If you've ever desired to understand the solutions to why Superman is a coward; why Spiderman should still technically be deformed; and if Superdog prompted the demise of Krypton, then those bite-sized comics will demonstrate all.

The discussions should be insane, and so much of what's stated is rambling, yet regardless of this, you could end up agreeing with so much of what's acknowledged. It's a good aspect: the place does Spiderman shop all that net?

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Pointless Conversations: Are You Going to Heaven? (Pointless Conversations, Book 7)

Unnecessary conversations: a range of daft, ridiculous and totally unnecessary meanderings from the brain of Scott Tierney. If you've ever desired to understand the solutions to why Superman is a coward; why Spiderman may still technically be deformed; and if Superdog prompted the dying of Krypton, then those bite-sized comics will demonstrate all.

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Maybe you could sleep with a pin in your mouth, so if an angelic tongue comes ‘a trespassing, it’ll get a nasty prick? I like you style! I’d keep a pair of sheers under the bed, so if this divine beast tries to peck my naked cheeks, I could spring a surprise attack and chop its wings off. And then it’s down to the police station with it! Justice would prevail! Unlikely, as if the case does make the courts, I imagine calling God to the witness stand would be a pretty powerful statement of innocence.

Unlikely, as if the case does make the courts, I imagine calling God to the witness stand would be a pretty powerful statement of innocence. Would God do that? Would he happily stand up for a winged rapist? I’d like to think not, but, if these angels are essentially his servants - an attendant, agent, or messenger of God - then you’d imagine he’d protect them? OK, if God is allegedly happy to allow his loyal angels to pop down to earth and fondle normal humans, is it alright for us to do the same to an angel?

Wilson’s face, which although misses his eyes by less than a inch, would surely cause permanent facial burns? And, after smashing his false teeth, firing a fist-sized pill down his throat and nearly chopping him in half with a canoe, Dennis gets soap on Mr. Wilson’s floor that the old man slips on, does the splits, and probably shatters his pelvis. Ah well, boys will be boys! Yeah, a fine consolation for a man who’s crippled in a wheelchair, facially disfigured, barely able to breathe thanks to a bleached belly, and has to eat his watered-down Christmas dinner, in-front of his weeping wife, through a straw .

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