Comic Debunkers #13- Just Another Hoax

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Apr 2, 2008
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#2
Poor Avi...

Kinda hard to believe someone when you have a ton of evidence, real or imagined, around Mora and she's plastered to hell n back! maybe he should grab that hand and have her "experiment" on whether the teeth are real or debunk it herself!
 

Darth Dies

The Guardian
Feb 25, 2016
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#3
I feel sad for Nixie.
To be so hiped to see something real in a paranormal way and then find (what she believes to be) the cold truth. But Avi knows,if only he could prove that he is right....*insert evil laugh here*
 

Rock-Scar

AKA Squeaky
Dec 14, 2013
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R'lyeh's waiting room
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*wilhelm scream*
#4
Protip to Avi: if you ever come across a shoebox containing a frog with a top hat that can sing "Hello my Baby", don't try showing it to Ms Pinnison. It will only end in tears. xD
 
Likes: Hoppy

Radagast

Gallery Volunteer
Feb 29, 2012
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#5
To give credit where it's due, Nixie may be wrong but she is displaying a very healthy level of skepticism for someone who wants to believe. She isn't latching onto testimony in the face of [strong circumstantial] evidence to the contrary and is both very aware of and receptive to mundane explanations. Her flaw is that, ironically enough, she almost eagerly clings to the mundane conclusion as soon as it presents itself as a possibility. It's an understandable flaw, and one that we likely wouldn't recognize without our audience 'god view', but still it's a flaw nonetheless.