SCOTT IS JUST ONE OF THE OWNERS, ELDON'S NAME IS ON THE LICENCE ALSO ELDON AND JAMES BOUGHT THE BUILDING TO HAVE THE BAR IN.
SO REMEMBER WHEN YOUR TALKING ABOUT THE OWNER THERE IS MORE THAT ONE OWNER SO IT NEEDS TO BE OWNERS IT TAKES JUST ONE TO RUN THE BUSINESS IN THE GROUND.
WHY HAS BUSINESS BEEN SO SLOW FOR BEING DOWN ON GOOD HOPE STREET, MIGHT NEED TO START SELLING DRUGS LIKE IT WAS AT AUNTIE ALBERTS.
BUT REMEMBER TO PAY YOUR ELECTRIC BILLS AND NOT BACK FEED THE POWER.
Based on the recent route that DC and superhero comics are taking about changing or "expanding" the sexuality of classic characters, who do you think should be the next one to be chosen for that? Now, THAT makes sense considering Judd Winick's original idea for the character. I don't really see why a hero's sexual orientation is even remotely important, or even relevant. Sandy Hausler Well, Winick actually revealed in an interview (don't quite remember which one currently sorry) that he wanted to make Jason Bi and played with the idea of making him unsure of of his own identity. I don't really see why a hero's sexual orientation is even remotely important, or even relevant. Eh, it's kind of a tired practice only meant to stir up news. They're just not going to mess around with their cash cow. There is a "Tea Party" equivalent of progressivism/liberalism. It usually ends in pretty poor stories as the change overshadows everything else. Here is an idea, from someone no longer reading DC comics, not just bring back Obsedian or other LGTB that the new 52 has forgotten instead of treating sexuality like an accessory? Judd Winick already dropped hints, and he has no real significant romantic interests.
Alex had to go through a full year of training before being allowed to work into the field, but later, despite one of the main reason the D. In 2015, Alex had to attend a conference in Geneva but the flight 237, on which she was traveling, was sabotaged by Vartox in an attempt to kill her and other D. Alex, weeping, says Kara that she understands how much she has lost and how much she knows Kara wanted to go home, but this is only an illusion.
Alex loved sleeping over at her house; however, when she started to develop feelings toward her friend she felt confused and scared, she began to fight with Vicki over almost everything, even if it was stupid or insignificant, until they just drifted apart. She later went to Kara's apartment, apologetically explaining herself, and encouraging Kara to be a hero, the two then went to the D. Max indirectly confesses his experiments, but threatens Alex to not reveal his operations, insinuating that he knows her family; however Alex orders D. When Kara is attacked by the "Black Mercy", and plunged into "the perfect dream", in which she appeared on Krypton, Astra came to Alex and told her how to help Kara.
This memory made her feel so bad that she buried it inside of herself for years, consequently not coming out until much later in life. and taken back to their base, where Alex revealed her identity as a D. Alex with the help of Max Lord, who invented a special helmet, was plunged into Kara's mind to force her to give up illusions.
Forty years and not a few flops later, he has once more resumed the process of digging deep into his personal history.
The result is a cracking 475-page memoir, The Friedkin Connection, which is as blunt, outrageous and unpredictable as the man himself.