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Post Date: 18th Dec 2019, 12:50 PM

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who programmed him? meteor broke free by electrocuting his brain?

1st Jan 2020, 2:39 PM

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The electricity effect is there to help convey the pain or discomfort of what Meteor’s doing to break the programming.

He’s not actually frying his brain with electricity, though it’s clear that the process is excruciating.

We don’t know who programmed him yet. ;)

1st Jan 2020, 10:26 PM

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Simon seems like a great boss. One I would like to work for. (Makes me wonder why he assigned Hawk and Agent Orange with that job... poor info to begin with?)

That aside and not knowing the nature of this programming, all these concerns don't go away with him stepping down, only the responsibility of a leader goes away. I can imagine that this responsibility is good for him, given the situation, because it urges him (more) to double-check everything he does, which puts Meteor in the best place for being an asset, and in the best place for dealing with his internals. My thoughts entirely :-)

26th Jan 2020, 4:54 PM

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>>Simon seems like a great boss. One I would like to work for. (Makes me wonder why he assigned Hawk and Agent Orange with that job... poor info to begin with?)

Technically, they did get the job done.

There was just a lot of pain along the way. ;)

>>That aside and not knowing the nature of this programming, all these concerns don't go away with him stepping down, only the responsibility of a leader goes away. I can imagine that this responsibility is good for him, given the situation, because it urges him (more) to double-check everything he does, which puts Meteor in the best place for being an asset, and in the best place for dealing with his internals. My thoughts entirely :-)

You might be on to something here. ;)

27th Jan 2020, 2:32 PM

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>> Technically, they did get the job done.

Indeed, they did. Technically...

>> There was just a lot of pain along the way. ;)

OK, there may not have been a better option available... but... I think that either Hawk or Agent orange together with either Shield or Meteor, would have led to a better outcome. At least a little bit better. And with what Simon said about empathy, I would bet that he wouldn't be satisfied with just getting the job done, I think he would care about the final result... (Hnng. I stop ranting about it, now.)

27th Jan 2020, 9:18 PM

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Yeah, they probably would have been better off with some adult supervision.

That said, Shield is pretty blasé about the mission during her briefing. Hawk is being a jerk, so that might be part of it, but I don’t think she (or anyone else) thought that bringing in the Copycats was going to be as complicated as it turned out.

I can’t imagine Simon was very pleased when he got that after action report.

27th Jan 2020, 10:26 PM

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>> I can’t imagine Simon was very pleased when he got that after action report.

Thanks! That's something I can live with :D

28th Jan 2020, 8:28 PM

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