|Spike Jonez - 2010-04-15 |
I had a Steve Austin "action figure" when I was a kid. I loved it when I was 4, realized it was a bionic Ken doll at 5.
|MongoMcMichael - 2010-04-15 |
Okay, so he's got the bionic grip, but can he do a Stunner?
|Hooper_X - 2010-04-15 |
CAREFUL, STEVE! GRIP IT!
|Camonk - 2010-04-15 |
Aaaand once again they basically simulate manual labor. They got a guy who can jump real high and move real fast and whatever else. Also, the guy is ON MARS. So the first they do is set up something that got knocked over in all the ruckus.
|tmavomodry - 2010-04-15 |
Boy! Could that man grip!
|Zarathustra00 - 2010-04-15 |
The gravitational force of Mars is ~1/3 of Earth. That considered I don't think they're getting their full money's worth of Steve's bionic abilities just having him move I-beams around there.
Just reread the title and ashamedly realized I was not only beaten to the joke, but that I was outdone in its execution as well.
Consider my stars to be yours phalsebob.
|Footslave - 2010-04-15 |
I had a Steve Austin action figure, but not the Mars set. He came with a plastic engine block that was suitable for gripping and bicep curling.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-04-15 |
"Steve, that wasn't the radio tower! That was an I-beam!"
|Broc - 2010-04-15 |
|jangbones - 2010-04-16 |
mission to maws
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