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March 04, 2019


Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie said his retirement goal is building a fully functional Iron Man suit, a project he estimates could cost $100 million.

(Thanks to Steve K)


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Why not?

I can imagine him working on it. "Imma show that LeBron...dunk over ME, willya?....ZAP! Repulsor ray RIGHT between the 2 and the 3, baby..."

Has he lost his mind?
Can he see or is he blind?
Can he walk at all
Or if he moves will he fall?

If you look closely, former members of Federal Duck appear to appear in this video.

Fully functional = powered by a Stark Arc Reactor so it can fly. If he can produce one for only $100 million, the DOD will be very interested.

He will need to remain mindful of those big magnets they use to pick up cars and scrap iron to dump into crushers.

A Namor, the Sub Mariner, suit would be cheaper.

" ... made of incredibly-strong, fictional materials bolstered by a force field. Every suit has a self-contained environment, assorted onboard weapons systems, enhanced strength ... " (Wikipedia) Should help his defense.

I have a copy of the top secret plans for the suit, given to me by an alien benefactor, that I would sell him for only $10 million of that $100 million. Think of the money he would save!

Are we sure of the spelling of his last name? I'm thinking it's probably Dimwittie.

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