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I was watching tv the other day and I noticed an advertisement for the new Hulk movie, coming to a theater near me on the fourth of July, aka independence from those dastardly brits who dared to try to make us pay the taxes that people in London were already paying. Those jerks.
Anyway, it occured to me what an appropriate movie for the fourth the Hulk is. I mean, the plot of the movie can loosely, very loosely, be described as a man (portrayed sympthetically of course) on the run from the proper authorities and army. This man in his fights with the army causes massive amounts of property damage. Then the army mutates another guy (who we'll