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What should a former superhero do for a living now?

I have retired from my former job and now I don't know what to do with myself. Because of a little, so-called "alcohol problem", I've lost my ability to make personal appearances at the larger comic conventions (one tiny little episode of public indecency - people can be so judgemental!). What's a washed up former super-hero to do? Sorry, that's comic BOOK conventions! I've never been a stand-up comic. Hmm..

Asked By: Barry Allen - 9/3/2006
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Run for the President of the USA!
Answered By: Royalhinney - 9/3/2006
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You would be the world's greatest pizza delivery boy or courier!
Answered By: SunsetSam - 9/3/2006
 
get a life
Answered By: brian h - 9/3/2006
 
Work in an office.
Answered By: Carnie - 9/3/2006
 
Write a book
Answered By: One Big Daddy - 9/3/2006
 
i thought you used to be in science. thats how you got your powers. go back to doing some work in science. or do what the guy at the top said.
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Answered By: 88 - 9/3/2006
 
be normal
Answered By: vicky l - 9/3/2006
 
you can still run really fast right? ...get into the olympics and kick some overseas butts!!! " WAIT!! *PANT PANT PANT* CAN I HAVE YOUR AUTOGRAPH? oh. i thought you were the green lantern. "
Answered By: Goddess Of Sleep - 9/3/2006
 
You're not washed up yet. Go back to what you know. Only this time, wear a "trench coat".
Answered By: oxymoron - 9/3/2006
 
I have noticed that every Super-hero does have a vice or something that will take them down(mine happens to be a agate)Morton D Jr, Peewee H., Drew B. to name a few has had their Moments(big time). What do you suppose all of them have in common? Those that are so judgmental generally have something going on with them... More
Answered By: bchristo@tds.net - 9/3/2006
 
it is very important what exactly made you feel complete while working on your previous job-comic on stage. Was it due to the intention, being in the spot light or the humor itself... More
Answered By: kaja - 9/3/2006
 
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