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Small random note: This is a subtle example… but I have a huge pet peeve for when writers say “And here’s how Superman defeats Lex Luthor… with this new element I’m introducing right at the climax of the story”. I’m like, really? It cheapens it. If you didn’t take the time to work it into the plot, don’t make it a magically unbelievable coincidence that he can win. It suspends my disbelief.

Here, this is nothing. It’s just a line. So it doesn’t honestly matter. But it reminded me of that pet peeve about bigger plot points. So I wanted to share it. The end.

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