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Captain America

It's Time for An All-New Captain America

Rick Remender and Tom Brevoort speak on Falcon becoming Cap, what’s next for Steve Rogers and more!

Robbed of his superior strength and vitality, Steve Rogers must surrender his blues for a sturdy cane. He’s not about to fade away just yet though. The old maxims hold true: If dead men declared the war and old men talk about it, a young man must rise and continue the fight. If Steve Rogers can no longer hurl his mighty shield, then he’ll hand it to one who can carry it across the battlefield, above the clouds, to greater heights than ever before.

This fall, Sam Wilson flies where eagles dare, as the intrepid Falcon assumes his new role as Captain America.

A new chapter begins in ALL-NEW CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 by Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen.

“This is it,” says Remender of the culmination of two years of storytelling in CAPTAIN AMERICA and the dawning of ALL-NEW CAPTAIN AMERICA. “This is the fireworks factory we’re arriving at, and now everything’s going to blow up and be very pretty and exciting to look at. It leads into an evolution of Steve Rogers’ character that I had very early when I was given the job. I think that it’s important with these stories to do things that are natural and make sense and have an inherent logic to the universe, but are also constantly shifting and exciting, keeping the drama high. In order to do that it really comes down to creating new dynamics.

“I’ve been having a lot of fun writing Sam. It’s a completely different attitude. The fact that he’s not a soldier shifts things up a bit. Sam’s not going to be Steve. Steve can be very rigid. That can be kind of joyless at times, whereas Sam is absolutely not that.”

“While Sam shares many of Steve’s beliefs in a general sense, he’s also a very different person with a very different background,” adds editor Tom Brevoort, “He didn’t grow up in the 1930s, he’s a modern day man in touch with the problems of the 21st Century. For most of his professional life, Sam has worked as a social worker, so he’s seen the worst of urban society up close, and how crime, poverty, lack of social structure and opportunity can affect the community. So he’s got perhaps a greater focus on the plight of the common man, and perhaps a greater empathy for the underprivileged than maybe even Steve himself. He’s also not a military man, so he’s more apt to be instinctively skeptical of any situation that calls for just following orders. Sam, like Steve, will be led by his personal morality and beliefs as to what is right and what is wrong—and where his beliefs may differ in their shading from those of the previous Cap are where the interesting stories will be found.”

Remender paints a picture of Sam’s specially designed suit, incorporating the wings of the Falcon persona while still bearing the unmistakable stars and stripes of the Captain America role:

      “Historically, Falcon would often act as air support, flying Steve into the battle. Why not merge the two? He pops the wings, and as he flies, he keeps the shield latched onto his back. He dives down onto the scene, hurls the shield, wings retract, and rolls into a kick or jump, catches the shield on the way back. He doesn’t have the super soldier serum, but he has the added zing-zang-zoom of flight.”

      Despite the edge provided by Captain America’s newfound aptitude for altitude, he faces a daunting challenge from a deeply entrenched opposition. The terrorist organization Hydra grows in power and influence, infiltrating the Marvel Universe completely. With Steve Rogers seemingly down for the count, his enemies rally to seize upon a vulnerable America.

      Fortunately, Wilson doesn’t face these threats alone. Ian, Steve’s adopted ward from Dimension Z and the artificial son of Arnim Zola, takes up the storied mantle of Nomad. Meanwhile, Steve himself, physically aged but sharp as ever, serves as tactician back at the base.

      “Steve’s spirit is as willing as ever,” explains Brevoort, “But his body is no longer up to the task of being Captain America. So he’ll instead employ his skills as the new Cap’s remote strategic advisor, running missions from his headquarters in Avengers Mansion and providing Sam with technical support and field information from a distance. He’ll also tutor Sam in how to throw the shield, a skill that’s deceptively difficult for the new Cap to master. So Steve will continue to be a vital part of the series moving ahead. And Steve is completely supportive of Sam as his hand-picked successor—the only replacement Captain America ever to be chosen by Steve himself. Steve and Sam are effectively brothers-in-arms, and there’s a level of trust and camaraderie between them that’s matched only by that of soldiers who’ve fought shoulder-to-shoulder in foxholes on the battlefield.

      “I think that different characters across the Marvel Universe are going to respond to Sam’s appointment in different ways. But he’s not a novice—in his long history as the Falcon, he’s earned a reputation for integrity and honesty and backbone that most of the super hero community have a respect for. On the villain side, there may be those who feel that their jobs will be easier now that a different man is carrying the shield, so it will be Sam’s mission to disabuse them from that notion.”

      Of course, Sam assumes this responsibility just as a female Thor comes to prominence. But will that the end of the changes to the very face of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?

      “We’re not anywhere near finished,” says Brevoort. “Change is one of the watchwords of the Marvel Universe, so there are even more startling surprises to come!”

      For more on the new Captain America and more, keep checking Marvel.com and our social channels!

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      francinabogettiramos
      francinabogettiramos

      If you put a Loki in a....Super man (?) attire, hell be Loki in a super man attire.

      If you put Bucky in a Captain America attire, hell be Bucky in a cap attire.

      The same goes here, if you put Falcon in a Cap attire, hell be Falcon in a Cap attire.

      If is not Steve Rogers, then is not Cap, is someone dressed as Cap.


      If someone calls me racist, please don't be ridiculous. I don't believe "races" actually exist. Nothing is exact. Besides, didn't everybody came from black people? The black people where the first people exist in the world actually. 

      It is not the first time I see a change in...something, ex: Thor's gender ( why?), and Annie ( the movie.) etc.

      ._.


      Acehigh79
      Acehigh79

      There is only one Captain America.  His name is Steve Rodgers.  Sam is the Falcon.  Hate when marvel has multiple peeps portray the same hero.  Even worse when they take a male hero and make them not a man! (Thor!!!)

      Omniusprime
      Omniusprime

      I'm a huge Captain America and Marvel Universe fan (collector) from the 60's-80's era. After a

      15-year break, got back into the genre after reading DC's Dark Knight Returns. I have a healthy collection

      of Cap comics and think Hollywood has done a great job of bringing the character to the big screen. I

      am extremely well-versed in the Marvel and DC universes and histories and know whereof I speak on the

      subjects.

      I'm a so-called 'Dr. King Ideal' African-American who has come to reject Kings naïve vision as unrealistic simply

      because the hatred and 'sickness' within EA's for 'Blacks' is simply too ingrained--one could say spiritual or genetic.

      Sitting here reading the feedback  (mainly from European-Americans a.k.a. 'Whites') I can't help but laugh:

      feel immense gratification while enjoying a sense of historical justice and long-overdue karmic payback. So some of you

      poor European-Americans can't deal with not being completely dominant in absolutely everything. As if it were written

      somewhere that a people (EA's) who achieved power and dominance after hundreds of years of Crimes Against Humanity

      (enslavement of Africans and continuing unrelenting oppression of their pathetically pacified descendants) are supposed

      to be running everything. Forever and unchallenged; blind to the hatred against them by the silent non-White masses.

      Poor White People! : (

      Get used to it: those of us not EA are sick of being drowned in White culture and desperate for alternatives. We celebrate

      Marvel's advancement into the future! EA's are so used to dominating and being the focus, especially in their own minds,

      they can't accept they aren't loved, aren't worshipped, aren't viewed as the end-all to aspire to. I am THRILLED reading

      the blatant racist responses below as expressions of the rampant ignorance, disconnect and arrogance EA's in general

      have exhibited and enjoyed without question while maintaining a dominance--primarily by oppressing, exploiting, degrading

      and denying opportunities to non-EA's--whose time is coming to an end. While some of you

      wish America would remain 'All White', that time is coming to an end; and those coming

      up have not forgotten the crimes and injustices of the past.

      So, whine all you want: enjoy 'your' dominance and White privilege while you can. By the time you are old men, seeing Whites

      in comics and films will be more like it is for non-EA's today. And you'll also have to bear all the bad karma from

      the history and actions of your ancestors. The new reality: Captain America is Black and soon Miles Morales will completely

      eradicate and replace White Peter Parker. Don't like it?

      Well, just like we who aren't White are told regarding being swamped with EA culture and media:

      If you don't like the direction things are going then 'don't watch' (don't read) the offending media.

      Forward!  LOL! p.s. Please, keep your Dominant Culture postings coming; just proves my point.

      jkrcxx
      jkrcxx

      @Omniusprime Enjoy your 'Empire' and 'BET' while you have it and quit your whining. So bad here? Move back where 'your people' came from. Let me know your flight details and I'll help you pack. Oh and FWIW there wouldn't have been slavery if the slaves hadn't been made available for purchase by Africans in the first place.

      PickleInA
      PickleInA

      @jkrcxx @Omniusprime you're a disgusting troglodyte... that being said, go back to where YOU came from. Oh, wait, don't want your below average intelligence and above average size in the EU, either. 

      Capsmyfav
      Capsmyfav

      I have Nothing against black people bUt this is a Horrible idea i might have to change my user name

      HAVOK1557
      HAVOK1557

      Just seeing HIM in Cap's suit makes me... makes me more than just incredibly angry! It makes me sad..

      BUBBLENATOR
      BUBBLENATOR

      I am now down to 5  Marvel titles, FF, New Avengers,/ Avengers (GREAT STORY), Cap(for now) and The Invaders(for now).I hope when TRO concludes and Secret Wars begins Marvel cleans house.  Kill of the replacements/The All New crap and then hire people who know how to handle the original characters and tell a good story. (please read your older comics to see what made  Marvel the best.)  Marvel stop being so PC. Disney leave Marvel alone!

      with TRO let the count down commence to bringing back MARVEL and taking out the garbage.

      drowningindejavu
      drowningindejavu

      This is a disgrace. Is there a reason that Marvel can't create some black heroes rather than stealing pieces of white heritage? Pardon me. that was wrong. They aren't stealing, they and the scum in the White House are trying to marginalize the people who created this nation and lift those who are takers.

      Concernedd
      Concernedd

      WHY NOT MAKE ALL MARVEL COMICS HEROS BLACK. AFTER ALL MICHELLE OBAMA SAID BARACK WOULD NOT ALLOW US TO KEEP OUR TRADITIONS OR OUR HISTORY. MOST ALL OF THE TV BOSSES ARE BLACK (WOMEN). THE HERO IN THE SHOW ARE STILL MOSTLY WHITE, BUT 98% OF THEIR BOSSES ARE BLACK (WOMEN). NOT THAT IT MAKES ANY DIFFERENCE, BUT IT IS AN INTERESTING PHENOMENON. I DIDN'T EVEN NOTICE IT UNTIL SOMEONE POINTED IT OUT. IT IS NOT OK TO BE WHITE ANYMORE. WE ARE ALL RACISTS AND NEED TO BE RELEGATED TO SECOND (OR 3RD) CLASS CITIZENS. IT IS NOT OK TO BE WHITE ANYMORE, UNLESS WE ARE ADMITTING THAT WE HAVE SOME SORT OF WHITE PRIVILAGE (WHAT IS THAT AND HOW CAN I GET SOME?). come on now... why do you need to do this?

      PickleInA
      PickleInA

      @Concernedd you have white privilege and admitting it won't hurt you

      why are you so afraid of a Black comic book hero? don't you have enough white ones to like? 

      PS your 'facts' are re-tar-ded

      AMBIATICA
      AMBIATICA member

      I dont mind these changes but make it so that there is a issue by issue follow up for the non hardcore readers. If you want to be politically correct then push more of the black heros like Luke Cage , Blade , Dr Voodoo, Storm, Black Panther, Falcon can be huge if Marvel wanted to. Other than trying for gimmicks try some good writing. For every one good Marvel story arc there are tons of crappy stuff

      chefwindu
      chefwindu

      What happen to the marvel of my youth? Where it was a combination of great art and great story telling. Not the killing of characters or loss of powers every 6 mos to resurrect them a year later. Marvel you gotta stop the supper event arcs. Having them occur again every 6 mos takes away the enthusiasm of fans. It just invites reader fatigue in comics. Bring back solid writing and art and less gimmicks.

      hippyjrr
      hippyjrr

      I would be happier with captian America being killed off then being replaced. Hey guys lets have a Female Asian Hulk? sounds amazing right? Thanos into a white guy. Do we remember how Iron man 3 (extremious) was when you found out the mandarin was a fake and based off an ark story? Falcon was awesome being himself. I loved that char, not this char.

      PickleInA
      PickleInA

      @hippyjrr you do know of She-Hulk, right? From The 1980s? Why not have her be Asian? Who cares!?

      Jkutz
      Jkutz

      Marvel missed the point on this story, the idea should be to develop Falcon as a character, not turn him into a fake Cap. There is only one cap, Steve Rodgers, and he can't be replaced by anyone, period. It's about the man and his character, not the costume, which is why I cannot see anyone taking Steve's mantle away from him. The same thing goes for Female Thor, you can put anyone in a thor costume and call them thor, but that doesn't make them Thor. This needs to be reversed and we need to see Steve Rodgers in the role he's meant to play, Captain America.  

      Fantastic Four Fan
      Fantastic Four Fan

      As I SAID BEFORE, there is only one cap. And that is steve rogers.

      bucky said it himself also. He said "THERE's only one cap, and that's steve rogers."

      Check this site on the EPILogue heading. Bucky says so himself. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_America:_Reborn

      Fantastic Four Fan
      Fantastic Four Fan

      Sorry about the capitals. I'm on my phone and it goes on caps lock on its own.

      Tiger34
      Tiger34

      what a terrible arch. Love falcon love cap but this is ridiculous. Ive just cancelled my subscription and will renew when you guys fet your Act together. A real slap in the face to fans who have supported the book for decades. Really disappointed.

      captainamarica16
      captainamarica16

      this is not cool if they make captainamarica chance I will not like cap no more


      Rmcsswaj
      Rmcsswaj

      I would like to know why writers simply cannot create and develop new characters instead of destroying existing ones. Don't get me wrong i Understand the need for more heros of color anD maybe super girl and wonder woman arent enouGh Women heros... I just can't for the life of me understand Why a existing white male characters ones over the years i myself enjoyed reading about and then finally seeing them on the big screen needs To be changed. Where is the creativity needed to develop neW characters. It is simply not right to destroy A beloved characteRs in order to change their race or gender... This is simply wrong on so many levels... Whats next superman, batman, spiderman or hulk?? I Hope you will reconsider this action...

      unimpressed1
      unimpressed1

      This change is just another reason I am no longer purchasing Marvel titles.  Political Correctness gone awry is a poor excuse for weak writing.  Why not END Captain America... oh, Marvel would then completely lose the rights to the name.  So, they just keep rebooting, rebranding, and refilling the character.  It's about the money; this is not an art, it is a business.  They are in the business to print the next issue and to get people to buy it.  Controversy may get some people to buy a product when it is weak; however, eventually, the product will have to stand on its own.  For me, the more I read the modern Marvel titles, the more I am disappointed.  At one time, they had some great writers; now, with each Marvel movie earning other companies $90,000,000+ on opening weekends, Marvel seems to have decided to pander to the money.  I can't blame 'em...

      Fantastic Four Fan
      Fantastic Four Fan

      This idea will make many fans quit Marvel. You can put anyone in Cap's suit, but he/she won't be the Cap. America Steve Rogers is. Even if you Tony Stark in the suit, he won't be Cap. Steve Rogers is Cap, period. Sam will never be Cap . for true Cap. America fans.

      AvengersWGSH
      AvengersWGSH

      This retread of Captain America is doomed to fail.  Rather then (ONCE AGAIN) putting someone else in the the Red, White and Blue of Captain America's uniform why not use the Original Sin storyline to reinvent Cap's History.  Making him old and weak maybe the worst idea Marvel has brain stormed in years.  Stop with these horrible ideas.  Falcon is Falcon... Period!  Bucky is the Winter Soldier... Period!  And Steve Rogers is F'N Captain America!  You don't see DC killing off Superman every other week and replacing him with Shazeem (Captain Marvel), Bruce Wayne, The Flash or Hal Jordan!  Certain comicbook icons should be left alone and Steve Rogers is one of those. We are losing the the Great Generation as is with our WWII veterans passing day by day... why does Marvel seem fit in trying to kill off one of the last few iconic characters of a generation gone by.           

      devorjerry
      devorjerry

      Black, white, Asian, who cares?  The point is, is that Steve Rogers IS Captain America!  Not Sam, not Bucky, or any of the other 10 or so who have donned the costume over the years.  There is a reason why Steve keeps being resurrected, and simply put, it is because the fans love him.  It is a shame that the good folks at Marvel can't see this.

      chackolate
      chackolate

      I'm not even white, and I think this is ridiculous. Why would they replace a lovable character like Steve with Falcon (nothing against him) just to conform to social pressure? This and she-Thor are making me lose faith in Marvel. At least make new heroes instead of this bullcrap. 

      brandolfr
      brandolfr

      A big F-you to Marvel for this one. Captain America has always been my favorite character, and it has NOTHING to do with race (far as I'm concerned). It has to do with the fact that Steve Rogers was just a scrawny little dude with a big heart, until he got the muscles to go with it. Steve Rogers IS Captain America. You can't replace him with someone else anymore than you could replace yourself. It's his unique circumstances and his beliefs and attitudes that make Cap a great character. I love Falcon too but he's NOT CAP. And he never will be, no matter what suit he wears. Neither will anyone else for that matter (looking at you, Barnes). 

      TiberiusImperius
      TiberiusImperius

      CHuck Norris says: white, black, brown, yellow or red, one roundhouse kick to the sternum and you're dead.

      TiberiusImperius
      TiberiusImperius

      And Thor is a woman because Chuck Norris needed a woman to mate with

      Fayathon
      Fayathon

      You want to talk about principles, okay let's go there. Yes, I did stand up when they tried to replace Cap with Bucky, with Hawkeye and long ago when he retired it and they tried to make John Walker Captain America I did it then too. I didn't collect a single issue of Superior Spider-Man as I was opposed to rewarding a villain for winning against the hero and I haven't gotten any issues of X-Men after they merged X-Men and Avengers. That ethical enough for you?

      wsouth
      wsouth

      @Fayathon whats your beef with the merged X-Men, Avengers team? There are about 3000 Avengers teams (ok only 9) and 6 billion X-Men teams (ok only 6). But only one merged team (Uncanny Avengers) is making your world fall apart. Why are you reading comics? For your personal ethics about what should or shouldn't happen with characters, or great stories. I didn't read SSM either because Doc Oc was a jerk. I didn't like the tone of the book. That didn't make for a compelling story to me. But whatever. Marvel's hope is that for ever person that doesn't read the book someone else will. I main comment is about how people are getting bent out of shape when this is perfectly logical story. The infinity formula and super solider formula effects were never meant to permanent. Marvel has toyed with the idea of this story for a while but never pulled the trigger on it. Now the buy who was a Cap's partner forever! is putting on the uniform and people are going nuts. Ok, if that what you want to do with your life

      TomJonesMarvel
      TomJonesMarvel

       HUGE mistake, Marvel. With all of your politically correct crap going on as of late (changing Thor to a WOMAN? Making Electro a BLACK MAN? Spider-Man BLACK? And now CAPTAIN AMERICA?? I'm done with Marvel. I will not give you another dime of my money.



      leterma
      leterma

      @TomJonesMarvel @TomJonesMarvel They didn't change Peter Parker(Amazing Spider-man) he is still the same. Now the black spider man that you are thinking of is Miles Morales(Ultimate Spider Man) and he has been a thing since about 2003 when he was introduced in the Ultimate Universe. The only reason Miles is showing up more is because he got a reboot in the Marvel now push along with Amazing Spider man and Spider man 2099. Electro is only black in the movies(Actually going back through the recent Spider-man comics he is in to double check that). As far as Captain America there isn't to many others that they could give the shield to unless they either undue Buckys whole Winter Solider thing or train up a new character. Though I do agree with the your Thor point though it seems very much like she was only made to get female readers. 


      More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/comics/2014/7/16/22895/its_time_for_an_all-new_captain_america#ixzz3B9IrV0Sh

      wsouth
      wsouth

      @TomJonesMarvel lol. Don't let the door hit you on the way out. I read comics for the stories. I look at this as plot twist not as a pc move. If all you see is the characters race then you must live a pretty sad life.

      TomJonesMarvel
      TomJonesMarvel

      @wsouth@TomJonesMarvel  Apparently all Marvel sees is race, otherwise they wouldn't be making a huge deal out of it with this article, right? They wouldn't be shoving black down our throats and making huge announcements about how "diverse" they are now and how great they are because of it. I don't see how I have the sad life when I am commenting on the racist announcement in the first place.

      More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/comics/2014/7/16/22895/its_time_for_an_all-new_captain_america#ixzz3BfVyHpMQ

      wsouth
      wsouth

      @TomJonesMarvel @wsouth Pretty sad life indeed. "Blacks are being shoved down your throat"? You sure that's how you want to describe that? Man you need a therapist. Pretty sad life indeed.

      I'm not a big spiderman fan but when I went to see the movie I didn't go "you know that guy who's controls electricity and can generate a million volts from his body, thats totally real. Ah hell he's black? Totally not real. Fake! lol. That movie has made $708 million so far.

      How is Marvel racist when you are the one who said "if they make a new character thats black you wouldn't buy it. So it has nothing to do with Captain America, you don't want to read any black characters. Great! This is America, it your right to do so. No one can force you to. God bless America. Thats why I said bye-bye don't let the door hit you on the way out. Just like you have the right not to buy this Marvel has the right to do it. I mean blacks are everywhere, and now they're in my Captain America uniform? How the hell did that happen? bleeping Mar-vel!!

      Life is too awesome for me to be worried about the race of an IMAGINARY person. It must suck being you,



      More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/comics/2014/7/16/22895/its_time_for_an_all-new_captain_america#ixzz3BgDiEprP

      wsouth
      wsouth

      @TomJonesMarvel @wsouth Pretty sad life indeed. "Blacks are being shoved down your throat"? You sure that's how you want to describe that? Man you need a therapist. Pretty sad life indeed.

      I'm not a big spiderman fan but when I went to see the movie I didn't go "you know that guy who's controls electricity and can generate a million volts from his body, thats totally real. Ah hell he's black? Totally not real. Fake! lol. That movie has made $708 million so far.

      How is Marvel racist when you are the one who said "if they make a new character thats black you wouldn't buy it. So it has nothing to do with Captain America, you don't want to read any black characters. Great! This is America, it your right to do so. No one can force you to. God bless America. Thats why I said bye-bye don't let the door hit you on the way out. Just like you have the right not to buy this Marvel has the right to do it. I mean blacks are everywhere, and now they're in my Captain America uniform? How the hell did that happen? bleeping Mar-vel!!

      Life is too awesome for me to be worried about the race of an IMAGINARY person. It must suck being you,

      JackHeathen87
      JackHeathen87

      @TomJonesMarvel You're done with Marvel because all your hero's aren't white males? Jesus Christ someones got entitlement issues. Don't go outside you might see other races.

      TomJonesMarvel
      TomJonesMarvel

      @wsouth @TomJonesMarvel Oh, and they wouldn't be changing all the characters we love into blacks. If blacks are so great, why can't they make NEW characters that are black that people will like? Oh yeah, because no one would buy it. They have to ruin an already established character that everyone loves.

      AMBIATICA
      AMBIATICA member

      @leterma @TomJonesMarvel I like the Mile Morales spidey because in the begining the writing was what saved it. Now it is Cloak and Dagger and Spidey and that kind of killed it for me. They made a new Ghost Rider and that was borderline racist.


      Cronin777
      Cronin777

      Calling someone else out on being a racists when you HAVE NEVER MET THEM is laughable at best,

      yes, I'm laughing at those that think this is about race, or called anyone a racist.


      Ok, now, that's out of the way, 

      Think about it people, do the math. 

      Yes, i hate the fact they killed Steve Rogers and replaced him. . . .BUT WHY?, 

      because it REEKS that they did it for no other reason than to be Politically Correct. And if that was their motivation, then MARVEL is the one with issues. 

      Look at it, 

      Spiderman gets replaced with an African American

      Thor is replaced with a woman, 

      And Captian America is replaced with an African American, 

      and those are just the ones i know of off the top of my head. 

      The whole thing smells like nothing more than an effort to diversify the heros of Marvel to make them more Politically Correct. 

      And thats just wrong. 

      I call it like i see it. 


      More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/comics/2014/7/16/22895/its_time_for_an_all-new_captain_america#ixzz3B07igIh2

      wsouth
      wsouth

      @Cronin777 stop using the words politically correct. You don't know what it means.


      Cronin777
      Cronin777

      @wsouth @Cronin777  ROFLMAO @ you . . . . stop being a troll. . . . . oh wait you probably don't know what that means!

      wsouth
      wsouth

      @Cronin777 Ah yes someone calls you out for your inaccuracy (insult to inaccuracy really) and that makes them a troll. Whatever lets you sleep at night. 

      Cronin777
      Cronin777

      But thank you for proving my point for me.