When people try to use generalized stereotypes or projections about themselves to counter concrete evidence and well-though out examples I get really frustrated. And as much as I don’t like to make this a gender thing, I find men will interrupt my detailed and researched explanations of things to project their own feelings and biases on the matter, as if how they feel about a situation is more relevant to my well-thought out discussion points. I especially love when people interrupt me and then when I protest ask me not to interrupt them…
yes I am being general and projecting… but I experience this and see this happen all of the time
I am re-watching Heroes, and just realized that it is super inconsistent and makes no sense a lot of the time. The whole reason Sylar tries to blow up the city is because he sees Isaac’s paintings… so if he hadn’t he wouldn’t have known to kill Ted. Plus, why can’t Peter control the powers? Why couldn’t he fly up into the sky, or why couldn’t Claire shoot him and he would regenerate. They already discussed that she should shoot him and he would regenerate… This seems like sloppy writing, the entire “bomb” plot is the reason why Hiro, Peter, Claire and many of the other characters do the things they do and yet it culminates in a way that was both predictable and made no sense. Peter and Sylar should have had an epic battle, and Nathan should have picked an exploding Sylar up and into the sky, that would have made actual sense! Fuck.