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Forums General Melanoma Community So, if you were to have superpower skills, what would you choose? Re: So, if you were to have superpower skills, what would …

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      I'm proud of you Rock Tin.  I got this idea from a recent episode of this American Life, and one thing they pointed out was how few people wanted to use their superpowers to help other people.  This whole topic is another Rorschacthtest.  So far you are the only one who has even mentioned this idea.  I hadn'tevn  thought of it to be honest.  Personally, I would like the Superpower of Jillian MIchaels to lose weight, get my spouse superfit, as well as insulting Dencolt with my superior knowledge.  They go through the stages of superpowers.  First people would chose one, then they negotiate the terms of their superpowers (i.e. will my clothes be invisible?, can I turn things invisible?, how much can I carry if  I am able to fly? After that either they choose another one or stick with the original.   Few people think of the superhero aspect of superpowers.  I am pleasantly surprised.

      Totally thought you were going to pick something like supermom, super shoe shopper, or super casserole maker.

      I deem thee off-topic wonderwoman.  

      You are right about Fountainhead's idea too, total waste of a superpower when there are sites like pornhub.

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