maybe he was actually onto something
I like how Dolly was the first thing.
@seeUpee, East Tennessee* ;)
@seeUpee, I lived there for a few months... never again
@Awc123awc, where you live now? Cuz Tennessee is awesome! the Smokey mountains, homemade moonshine, country music. The best of all, dirt cheap property tax and wheel tax!
@seeUpee, you mean big boobs represent. Dollys a very nice lady but we know why she’s famous.
@seeUpee, Memphis over here!!!
@seeUpee, my brother in law (for lack of a better term) just moved to Bristol. I love visiting him. Should be making a trip down in a few weeks.
@Awc123awc, where in Tennessee did you live?
@seeUpee, NGL, kinda jealous that another state is just a non-stop (not even gas) car trip away from whatever state you're in over there. Here it's "drive 12 hours, take a nap, keep driving for a while, annnnd you've reached the state border. Just 4 more hours to your destination in the middle of this other state. Or, it's an hour and a half to the 80% point as the crow flies, annnnnd another hour and a half of winding mountain roads stuck behind grandma's geriatric cat. In the Nort of CA, I-80 is okay. In the South of CA, I-8 and I-10 are a blessing to get to the next state. Wait, state? Or Hell? I always confuse AZ, NV and Hell.
@mas2de, I mean, if I drive directly across I will be driving for a while, almost the whole day. But I’m at the very tip so I can go to four different states really fast and the beach (very important) is but a few hours away. I wish I could say I could drive in any direction for hours and still be in my state. Be proud of that man!
@seeUpee, maybe at some point in the next couple years I'll be moving for an amazing job. 😁 Then I'll have the experience of both in my life.
@Chum dog, Nashville
@seeUpee, I’m in the Appalachian mountains in Virginia now
@Awc123awc, hmmm, well most people really enjoy their time in Nashville, it’s one of the fastest growing cities in America. But I personally would never wanna live there so I feel you. But that’s mostly just because it feels kinda snooty to me. Being raised in Knoxville and now living in Chattanooga I’ve enjoyed my trips to Nashville but definitely don’t ever plan to live there so I can get behind what you’re saying. Great city, not for everyone though.
I think in the comics their explanation is that his glasses mixed with a combination of his x-ray vision brainwashes people into thinking that it's not superman. I could be wrong though
@Jojooverdrive, that’s silver age, which was a lot of bs, like he had the power to create mini supermen that had all his powers too
@Cloverleaf, I love stuff like that
@Cloverleaf, that silver age was WHACKY
@Jojooverdrive, nowadays his glasses make his eyes appear a different color, he slouches and wears loose clothes to appear smaller, and of course styles his hair differently. It is also a matter of perception, Clark displays himself as timid and sometimes cowardly and clumsy.
@Cloverleaf, is silver age Superman just Cell?!
@Jojooverdrive, no actually I think that the modern explanation is largely the way he holds himself superman is confident while Clark is awkward and clumsy and while superman wears tight clothes while the clothes clark wears are baggy making him look not as strong as he is it also helps that most people only see him from a distance kinda hard to make out facial features on the guy fighting the robot 20 meters away and even if you did the odds of you recognizing a face in a crowd as large as a major city is unlikely at best however can’t say anything for facial recognition software
@Jojooverdrive, it was that he had passive telepathy and telekinesis that affected people's perception of him and was also responsible for his being bullet proof. That was the explanation for why his suit wasn't ever burned/ripped/destroyed by anything in the show/comics/movies. Because it wasn't his skin that was super strong, it was his mind protecting him from anything even getting to his skin.
@Littlechuckie, I think he also had straight up mind control powers at one point too.
@eleven, I'd agree but he often engages directly with crowds and you just know there would be one nutcase that still follows newspapers and recognizes the face. Which in my opinion would lead to an attempt to prove it by going in to the daily bugle and shooting him or an internet conspiracy with photos comparing the two. Not saying everyone would be like oh ya that's definitely superman but if you could create a following that tracks Kent's movement then at some point during an emergency leading to more evidence. Repeat it 30+ times and you could almost be certain he is superman.
@Runnin with scissors, considering how far the internet went to troll shia and his flag you’re probably right
I think it would work because people wouldn't want to point it out in case they were wrong and be super embarrassed
Yeah - I'm not convinced. I put on a face mask every day and everyone I know recognizes me.
Trump should enter a impersonation contest of himself. Let the downvotes commeth. Btw im voting for neither. Venus Project style civilization FTW!!!!!!
@Cuactemoc4919, I'm voting because I Don't feel like I have any standing to to speak my opinion if I didn't vote. Just like the last election neither candidate is really anyone I would ideally have to vote for. And quite frankly American politics is a joke right now. And both parties are at fault for letting it degenerate into what it is today.
To be fair, Huge Jackedman is taller than Wolverine is said to be in the comics.
I get it from a random people who would see you on the street perspective, but come on Louis, Jimmy, Lex and White who were around him constantly didn't put it together?
Look up Anthony Starr (homelander ) when he puts on his glasses proves the Clark Kent disguise completely unrecognizable
Well was it a comic tony stark look alike contest or a cinematic universe look alike contest
Also I remember reading somewhere that super man has mild telepathic abilities that he uses to alter people’s perception of him so he looks different to them. I could be wrong though