Review: Dr. Strange

Cool Effects, Shitty Acting, and Completely Racial
A Maybe,…If You’re a Fan

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Like most comic book movies that debut a character, “Dr. Strange” is an origin story. I’ve never been a fan of Dr. Strange and do not know his origin or very much about him. Strange is a doctor, a great brain surgeon in fact. He comes off as an arrogant and prissy Bruce Wayne. Unlike Wayne, he is out for the glory. Fittingly as Strange goes off to a fancy affair that will honor him, he gets into a car accident. The accident leaves his hands nearly useless.

As Strange goes through rehabilitation with his BLACK therapist whom he talks down to, the NEGRO inspires him with a story. You see, the BLACK therapist had a LATINX patient who miraculously healed. Strange finds the LATINX and the LATINX knows him. The Doctor actually turned LATINX away because he was too good for the LATINX. The BEANER does indeed though tell Strange where to go to heal, in India or some hell hole.

Strange uses his last monies to go to India, wanders around and gets robbed by three men. One of those robbers is actually WHITE. A WHITE robber in India beats and robs Dr. Strange in India.

No worries guys, one of Strange’s future and wise allies, a MAGIC NEGRO helps him. The MAGIC NEGRO is actually a very fair and cautious man throughout the movie and a mentor to Strange. The MAGIC NEGRO makes DR. Strange really, getting the Doctor into the magic club. I’m not sure if there was another WHITE in the whole magic club. The club did have a ton of ASIANS though.

When Strange meets the Master Magician, Sorcerer Supreme, he commits a micro aggression like only a WHITE MAN can, assuming and greeting a very dignified ASIAN man. The kicker in this scenario and what really made Strange an ass was that much to his embarrassment, the Sorcerer Supreme is a bald headed WHITE WOMAN coming to greet him with tea. She has a great Dykish smile.

Strange trains and trains. He learns that ALL sorts of SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS ARE REALLY JUST ANALOGS FOR MAGIC AND THAT MAGIC IS BETTER THAN SCIENCE.

At this point I was all, shit us WHITE MEN really fucked up, why can’t I be from the East.

The movie up to this point was really rough. It’s faggotty, 100%.

I forgot to mention that Strange does have an on again off again WHITE FEMALE lover but, they are too dysfunctional to actually love each other. The WHITE FEMALE does save Strange’s life though.

The villain of the movie is an EVIL POWER HUNGRY WHITE MALE. You see him in the beginning murdering.

The action and the story in the second section of the movie is a lot better. There are even a few interesting and unique mythological ideas or lore points.

Anyway, half the movie is a cucked and faggotty yet well off WHITE MAN being helped and taught magic by MINORITIES. The other half of the movie is some pretty good action in a well crafted atmosphere. Then, in closing, there is a twist and a turn and Strange bests not only the EVIL WHITE MAN but some kind of great demigod of another realm.

The closing dialogue of the movie pits the MAGIC NEGRO against Strange regarding the methods employed to gain victory over the potentially world ending threats. The MAGIC NEGRO, too good for Strange skulks off.

While MINORITIES WERE THE REAL HEROS of this movie, I have a feeling that the MAGIC NEGRO will be back in “Dr. Strange 2” to really show audiences that MAGIC NEGROS and ALL MINORITIES ARE THE REAL HEROES again.

Scale Models and Military Miniatures

My Dad was in the habit of buying small scale models and putting them away. I guess when I was around 10 years old, I was doing easy car models. At least a few. I remember always wanting a Gundam Armor model but my parents always had a reason for me not to go for it. I guess from about 12-14 years of age, my brother and I were into World War II model kits, pewter fantasy miniatures and Warhammer minatures.

I was looking through the stuff I had built and painted back then and I found that I had 6 completed sets of Wehrmacht Armor. None of the stuff was fancy, none of it all that large.

My Dad and I have been going to a “Military Miniature Show” for the last two years at a Rec center. I haven’t had any desire to build models but I did but two pieces of German Armor.

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The pieces I bought are relatively low cost. The first year I bought a plastic King Tiger IV, the year after, I bought a loose, metal and I think plastic German Tank Destroyer.

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The big company everybody at the shows is King and Country. They are heavy metal figures that come fully painted. For a basic 2-2 1/2″ figure, it costs around $50. While that company sells a slew of products from very old wars up to at least WWII, for what it is is not worth it to me. The armor that the company makes could easily be $250-300 for a small tank.

King and Country has huge selection of Third Reich Miniatures. What they do though is make all the key players of the Reich look ghoulish and evil. A Balcony Piece with three High Ranking Nazi Brass was I think about $300 too and that was with “the discount.” Long story short, while that stuff looks interesting, it’s mostly overpriced junk.

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I still have a German Anti-Aircraft Tank model to put together. I hope to get around to doing so at some point this year. Putting models together is the easy part, the hard part is painting. Below is a picture of a talented paint job:

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If you ever think about getting into this stuff, the model kits are the way to go. Forces of Valor pre-made pieces aren’t a bad second choice.

Even If You’re Raging Against Trump, You May Not Want to Eat Those Oreos

Big talking Trump made a point on the campaign trail to say he was boycotting Oreo Cookies. He said that nothing was more American than Oreos and was upset that they were moving Oreo production south of the border. Unlike other statements by Trump, for example against Carrier, his statement against Oreo yielded no fruit.

Regardless of the number of jobs lost here in what are now former cookie plants and regardless as to whether Trump was telling the truth about enjoying Oreos and now tossing them aside as a Mexican product, there is another issue as to why you may not want to eat them: Genetic Engineering.

In the past few weeks, I have had Oreos and Pop Tarts. Both foods are made by Nabisco. On the packaging of both the sweet treats it says in small lettering but quite boldly, Made With Genetic Engineering.

There is a lot of talk about numerous reasons why you should not eat genetically engineered foods because of both health and ecological reasons. To the truth of those claims, I do not know. The people who designed the foods probably don’t know either. What I believe is true is that sometimes GMO foodstuffs contain human or other foreign DNA.

FYI