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Wed Mar 27, 2013, 11:36 AM

Why I made an Iron Man Suit - 16-year old Tony Stark builds homemade Iron Man Suit

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Reply Why I made an Iron Man Suit - 16-year old Tony Stark builds homemade Iron Man Suit (Original post)
MrScorpio Mar 2013 OP
Paulie Mar 2013 #1
hunter Mar 2013 #2
talkingmime Mar 2013 #3
warrprayer Mar 2013 #4
Raine1967 Mar 2013 #5

Response to MrScorpio (Original post)

Wed Mar 27, 2013, 01:48 PM

1. Nice!

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Wed Mar 27, 2013, 01:57 PM

2. He needs some big lasers.

The kind that can burn holes in things.

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Wed Mar 27, 2013, 03:10 PM

3. What do you bet one of the production studios offers him a gig?

 

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Wed Mar 27, 2013, 03:19 PM

4. He was turned to steel

in the great magnetic field!


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Wed Mar 27, 2013, 03:31 PM

5. I was in Brooklyn this weekend and found a store for this kid:

http://www.superherosupplies.com/

It's not just online, it's a real store!

And it's more!
The brainchild of literary wonder boy Dave Eggers, this "costume shop" has a second, secret identity—like any good superhero. Beyond the platform on which young and old alike test capes while being blasted by a high-powered fan, and behind the shelves stocked with grappling hooks and invisibility paint is something infinitely less silly but no less stupendous: the headquarters for 826NYC, a not-for-profit writing program that focuses primarily on kids ages 6 to 18. Encouraging writing in any and all forms—comics, fables, poetry, essays, songs, short stories, novels, and even teleplays—the organization seeks to help young people express themselves creatively and confidently through the written word. The agency (accessed via a trick bookshelf) offers free after-school one-on-one tutoring on a drop-in, first-come-first-served basis, as well as weeknight and weekend workshops and help with school publications. They'll also host class trips to 826 and help teachers with in-class, writing-based projects.


Thanks for the big smile on my face.


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