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Its really hard to believe that someone like Robin Williams, someone that brought joy and laughter to so many could be so tortured enough to take his own life. I've never been so impacted by a celebrity death as I have been today. I literally grew up watching everything this man was involved in, be it Robin as the Genie in Aladdin, Peter Pan in Hook, Teddy Roosevelt in the Night at the Museum, Walter in Insomnia, Mork from Mork and Mindy, Andrew in Bicentennial Man, or what I consider his best work as Patch in Patch Adams not to mention all of his other amazing works. He made me believe that laughter truly could be the greatest medicine, and when I found myself sick last year that was what got me through every treatment and everyday. Laughter. Not only that, he taught me that its important to hold onto what it is that makes you, you. That you should never change you are to be what others think you should be. To always keep the kid in you alive. His work will always be remembered, as will he for the way that he not only was able to put a smile on someones face, but what he could do for people. So thank you Robin Williams, you will be missed, but never forgotten.
Cancer is the enemy within. It’s the enemy that cannot be defeated alone. It takes an army, a team to take it on. You tell yourself that you can do it alone, that it’s you that has to deal with it, no one else. You’re the one that is battling it, you’re the one that it’s decided to ravage, to attack. You’re the one that will that will be going through the long months of hardship, of sleepless nights and restless days. You’re the one that’s life has been turned upside down, that’s been destroyed. You’re told that things won’t change, but you know that they’ll never be the same again. There’s no way that it can’t change, because you have cancer.

You have to be careful of just walking out the door. You have to be careful of your skin peeling off, because if it does, it won’t grow back. You have to be careful of getting sick, because your immune system is shot. It’s not working the way that it should be, with the drugs of chemo therapy making their way through your system, the drugs that are supposed to heal you, that are supposed to help you fight it, but they’re also lowering your immune system. And there’s always that fear that this might be the week that you have to get a shot, a painful shot to raise your immune system, to make sure that you don’t get sick.

But you can’t do it alone. And nor should you. Because if you did have  to go through with all of the sessions of chemo therapy, all of the blood work, scans and tests alone, then there’s no way that you’ll come out of the experience sane. There’s no way that you can beat the cancer. You have to have people there for you. You have to have someone to lean on, because they’re going through the cancer just as much as you, even if they don’t have it. You have to let your family, your friends, and your doctors be there for you. Each and everyone one of them are as dedicated to beating this disease as you are.

I have to say, if it wasn’t for my family, my friends, and my doctors and nurses I would have gone crazy within the first month of my treatments. I never would have been able to make it through six months of treatments. I never would have been able to continue to smile and laugh, to enjoy what had become my life. My life had changed, every time I left the house I needed to cover up, to wear sun block. And in the middle of summer, when temperatures would reach ninety degrees or more, being forced to wear long sleeves and jeans every day wasn’t fun, wasn’t comfortable. I couldn’t even stay outside for more than thirty minutes at a time without worrying at what could happen, without worrying about getting burned.

I couldn’t enjoy the summer. I couldn’t enjoy going to the pool and relaxing in the sun, or going to the beach. I couldn’t go out to watch a baseball game, or even really go to school for fear of catching something that someone had. Not to mention that after every session of chemo I would sleep for three straight days, only staying awake long enough to eat at times. In the beginning I would be perfectly fine for a day or two after a treatment and then I would sleep. But the further into my treatments I got the sooner I would get tired, and the longer it would last.

When you think of someone going through chemo, you picture a person that has lost their hair, and is plagued with sickness. It was something that chilled me at the beginning. It made me want to live with the cancer, not even go through with the treatments. But I knew that I needed to, knew that I couldn’t not go through with it. And you know what; I proved everything that I had ever heard about chemo wrong, at least with me. Instead of feeling sick I felt hungry, extremely so after a treatment. So much so that I could hardly wait to get home to eat, and couldn’t even wait for something to be made. I would have to stop somewhere on the way home to get something.

However that didn’t last long, with only four sessions left that had changed. While I would still feel hungry, the day after a treatment I would feel so bad that I would hardly eat. Nothing would taste good, and I constantly felt as if I would get sick. I would take two bites of a sandwich and not be able to eat anymore, soup was slightly better, but still not within my ability to eat. I soon learned that fish and mashed potatoes, as well as ice cream were the only things that’s would taste good. They were the only thing’s I could eat on Thursdays, the only thing that I could keep down. So, after learning this, I would constantly go to Outback, and I would order a grilled salmon, vegetables and side of mashed potatoes. And later that night would visit an ice cream or yogurt stand.

It’s now a month after my last treatment of chemo, a month after getting the good news that I was cancer free, and I can’t help but look back on my experience. It’s almost impossible not to think about the days where I would spend hours sitting in a chair, having drugs pumped into me. It’s almost impossible not to think about the days that I couldn’t enjoy being outside until the sun had gone down, especially now that I can walk in the sun. It’s completely impossible to not look at my life differently now. To be able to consider that before this had started I had taken everything in my life for granted. It’s crazy to think that just riding a bus can be enjoyable, that walking into a packed store can be therapeutic when before it was almost frightening. It’s even crazier to think that you will miss the doctors and nurses that worked with you. You soon come to think of them as extended members of your own family, and once you’re done with your treatments, and don’t see them every week it’s like you’ve moved away.

But you know that they will always be there for you. Because they are your backup, they are that shoulder to lean on when things get hard. They’re your team, they’re your family. They’re the people that will always be there for you. And that’s the way that it should be. Because if you did this alone, even after you were done, then you couldn’t make it through the experience. And that’s how you beat chemo. By working with others, by having others be there for you.
First of all, I would like to apoligize to those that believe I was being close minded, arrogant and self-superior in my review of the Man of Steel movie as well as my responses to those that commented on my Review. It was not my intention.

The thing that you have to understand is that I grew up on everything Superman. He was, and is to me what it means to not only be a great hero, but the type of person that should be looked up, to aspire to be. And to me, and a number of my friends, much of what we were shown in the movie just wasnt that. I understand that many of you liked the movie, like the direction that they are taking this franchise in, and if you do, then good for you. Its just that I dont. The movie had good parts, I cant deny that, but the ending, to me it just want who Superman is, and should be.

I've been told that "what's sickening is your insistence that killing in direct combat or in self-defense is evil and immoral. You're pretty much insulting every police officer, soldier, or ordinary person who's had to face those situations. Real life can't be painted with a broad brush." I have no problem with what Police officers, and those in the military have to go through, how they have to defend themselves. I have family that are in the military, that have served, and I have family that are, and have been Police Officers. It is a field that I myself plan on going into, because I want to protect the people that I live with, I want to help make the world a better place. And I can say, that along with my family, I have what I learned from Superman to thank for this. Because if you have the ability, the power to help, then you are obligated to do so. Thats what I've learned from Superman.

But to say that Superman is an ordinary person is not true. While yes he has stated in the comics that he looks up to the men and women officers of the police forces, that he is like them just is not the case. If you can tell me a case where an Officer or Military man flew, shot fire from his eyes, or lifted a car above his head and threw it across a city then I may have to agree with you. But its just not the case. And because of this he has to be held to a slightly higher standard than these men and women. He has to have a code, a code of no killing, because as I have said, there is no way that a being like him could be stopped by an ordinary man. To me, I want to able to trust him, but if I knew that he had killed before, I dont know if I could believe that he wouldnt do so again. And that is scary.

A friend told asked me, if he hadnt killed before, how would he know that he didnt like it, how he could have a code against killing. To me its the same as asking a known murderer if he had killed so that he could find out if he had it in him to do so again, and then be let off, or given less time because he said that he couldnt, that he now had a code to live by. If Batman had killed, only to then instill his code against killing you would be seeing a much bigger uproar than what is being seen at the moment with Superman.

And yes, I do realize that Superman has killed before, but those stories have sense become alt world stories, become parts of the DC Mulitverse, because they dont go with what Superman has come to stand for, what he means and what his message is. I am not sugar coating things, he has killed in the past, or at least been responsible for the deaths of others, but like I said, those stories are now part of the mulitiverse, not the Earth 1 or New Earth Superman.

So like I said, there were parts of the movie that I thought were well done, but others not so much. And if you liked the movie, good for, but I didnt, and I think I am free to express my own opinion as much as you are. So if you want to tell me what you think please do so in a kindly fashion, and please do not think of me as pig headed, or self superior or arrogant or close minded. Because I'm not, I just have my views, and you have yours.
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  • Watching: Dr Who
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On Saturday I went to watch the Man of Steel movie, and I have to admit that I went into not really expecting much, but expecting it to be better than it ultimately was. I expected to watch a movie that, in itself would respect the 75 years of mythos that surround, and make up the character. What we got was a version of the character that not only destroys that mythos, but goes onto bury that proud history and character and then proceeds to trample on his grave.


I've been told by friends, that I'm living in the past, that this is a modern Superman, for a modern world. If that the case, I dont want anything to do with this 'modern' Superman or this 'modern' world that we live in. I'm told that I need to forget the characters history, because thats what it is, history. I'm told the Superman that made me like Superman, made me appreciate the character, and look up to him, is gone, to never come back. And this is due to the everything must be modern, and real, and dark world that we live in today. And that, that is not right, that is not something that I believe is right, and neither should you.


Superman is a pure character, he is a symbol for something greater. He's a symbol for how, we as a people, can be greater than we are, how we can strive to make the future a better place through the acts of our words, not through the power of our fists. Because, yes, he is powerful, he possesses a number of almost god like powers, powers that if used in the wrong way could very easily make him the sole source of power and authority. But he doesnt, or should I say he didnt. He only fights when he needs to, but he always, always uses his words. He's known for his speeches, he's known as the man that can inspire through his words. In the comics he's known for centuries to come, he brings the world, as well as the galaxies together, and it is through his words, not his fists that he does this. His words.


In the Man of Steel, all we are given is a thirty minute fight scene where he destroys his home town, and then the city of Metropolis, and doesnt seem to care that he is destorying either city. He doesnt seem to care that his fight could be killing hundreds, thousands of people. The Superman that I know, he wouldnt have allowed that to happen, he would have found a way to take the fight out of the city, to take it to an isolated location, where the damage and loss of life could be minimized. But he didnt, and to top it off, to end everything off, and to me completley destory the character, he killed the bad guy at the end of the movie, in the most violent way possible. By snapping his freaking neck. He could have found another way, he could have flown them out of the building, could have placed his hand over Zod's eyes, but he didnt, he killed him. He took the easy way out, and that's not Superman. It isnt.


Like I said, I've been told that I care too much about the history of the character, that it doesnt matter anymore, that this is a new, modern Superman for a modern world. Well, here's a couple of quotes that I like.



"Learn from the past, set vivid, detailed goals for the future, and live in the only moment of time over which you have any control: now."

"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots."

And my personnel favorite.

"In this bright future you can't forget your past."

Which means, no matter how you look to the future, you must always, ALWAYS, remember, and honor your past. To me, and many others, and I dont care what you say, or others say, this was not the Superman I know and Love. He never will be, because they dont want him to be that honest, symbol for a better future Superman. They trampled on that Superman, destroyed and cremated him so he could never return.

Watch Superman vs the Elite. It describes my argument perfectly why Superman can, and should not be the man that was portrayed in this movie. Why he cant kill, it describes the way that the public would view him. And thats with fear, because they cant stop a being like him, there is no way to. But a moral conscious Superman, a Superman that from the beginning acknowledges why he should not kill, you have nothing to fear from that Superman, only something to look up to.

Thats my Superman, not this. And in my opinion this shouldnt be yours, or anyones for that matter. It only shows by how popular both he and the movie are how far as a society we have fallen, that they are both seen with approval that someone as pure and good as Superman that it is alright for him to end the life of someone, no matter how evil, so violently.

If you want to make people think, bring in Lex Luthor. Show that Superman isn't always right to be the way that he is, and that he makes mistakes sometimes when he trusts people and gives people a second chance and they go on to do horrible things. That Lex Luthor is right to be the cynical, conservative person he is. And then show how it's better to be like Superman, because when you believe in people like Superman does, there is hope that the rest of the world will too, and someday, we can have a better world. When you kill, when you're cynical like Lex Luthor, you're only fostering that the rest of the world will become a world that would rather kill than be killed. When you're like Superman, when you believe in each other, you at least have a chance to become a world where we use words instead of fists, when we preach peace instead of war. That's how you make people think about the people they want to be. And at a time like now, with the wars based on religion, that couldn't ever be a better ideal to strive towards. Every terrorist we kill, we're creating tomorrow's terrorists in their children. Every drone strike that wipes out a village, those families and those affected, will become the people who want to kill us next time around. Every terrorist is someone else's freedom fighter. Every death we want to call justified, is murder in someone else's eyes. We need characters like Superman that make us believe we can be better, and when he kills Zod, he is showing that he isn't better than anyone else. He's just a man, taking the easy way out, and that is not Superman to me. It's just not. He's nothing special. He's no ideal to strive towards for me.

So if you ask me whether I liked this version of Superman, or am looking forward to a sequel or even a Justice League movie, DC's version of the Avenegers. The answers no. Not until they bring the real Superman back, not until they bring my Superman back.
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  • Watching: Dr Who
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So yeah, I'm pretty much in shock at the moment. Just got a call from my brother, who I havent heard from in awhile which set some warning bells off. My older sister, a mother to three children, one who's 2nd birthday is today, died last night around 2am west coast time. Somehow I knew something wasnt right, I couldnt get to sleep, and when I did sleep, I couldnt stay asleep. And then my brother calls around 7:20 this morning my time, 5:20 his and tells me and my family that she had had internal bleeding, and that my brother in law couldnt get her to wake up from the nap that she was taking.
I havent talked to her in forever, it got a little hard to lately, but I wish we had talked more than we had. I really dont know what to think or how to act at the moment. This is the first close family member to me to have died, I've had uncles and aunts that have died recently, too recently, but I was never close to them, but I was my sister.
I met her when I was little, shes my half sister on my dads side, and her mother never let her contact my dad, but she did once she turned 18. She was always visiting when I was a kid, seemed to come around every summer, and always wanted to go to my baseball games. She moved to the east coast to got to college, and we would give her rides to school, and we saw her more. I hate to say that that it changed, but it did. Things became strained, she moved back to California, got married, had three kids, and didnt have a lot of money. We always talked about wanting to see each other again, my family talked about sending her and her family money for planed tickets, but her kids were too young to make the trip. I wish I had talked to her more, I wish I didnt let things become strained between us, because now I dont have a chance to fix it, and I hate that, hate myself for that.
I really dont know what to think or feel at the moment. Just need to get this out.
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  • Watching: Dr Who
  • Drinking: Mountain Dew
Its hard to put into words what happened today at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. How is that a coward, as this being does not deserve to be called a man or a person, could walk first kill his mother then walk into her school and kill twenty young elementary school kids and seven teachers. I'm not one to go blaming the media, blaming the games and movies and music of today. I'm of the Boondock Saints movies, which is about two Irish brothers killing those that commit acts such as these, and right now I wish that these two men were real and that he had not killed himself just so that they could have done it themselves. But thats not the world that we live in.

We live in a world of laws, of taking responsibilty for your actions, and imprisioning those that have done wrong. As much as it sickens me to say this, we now live in a world where days such as today have become not yet normal, but have become somewhat expected, and Im sorry for saying such a thing, but its true. First and probably most famously was Columbine, then we had the Virgina Tech shooting, the killing of the Amish children, the attack on Gabrielle Giffords, the Dark Knight premiere shooting,z and the shooting inside of a mall, not to mention all the incidences that go unnoticed and unreported.

How is it that things such as this has happened so much recently while for years guns have been in peoples possession. Are we to blame, because I can tell you its not the guns. We like to say that if gun laws were tighter things such as this wouldnt happen, but they would. People are sick, thats the fact, they would get their hands on a weapon one way or another, no matter how strict the gun laws could become in the future. Guns cant pull their own triggers, we do that.

As I write this I'm reminded of an article that was written by Ben Stein recently, and though it doesnt have a thing to do with guns it does deal with the change in the world. Stein in his article talked about the daughter of Billy Graham's comment about Hurricane Katrina and how God could have let an act like that happen. Anne Graham responded " I believe God is deeply saddened by this, just as we are, but for years we've been telling God to get out of our schools, to get out of our government and to get out of our lives. And being the gentleman He is, I believe He has calmly backed out. How can we expect God to give us His blessing and His protection if we demand He leave us alone?"

Stein then goes on to commented about how things changed after the death of Madeleine Murray O'Hare after complaining that we shouldnt have to pray in schools. Stein comments "... and we said OK. Then someone said you better not read the Bible in school. The Bible says thou shalt not kill, thou shalt not steal, and love your neighbour as yourself. And we said OK.

Then Dr. Benjamin Spock said we shouldn't spank our children when they misbehave, because their little personalities would be warped and we might damage their self-esteem (Dr. Spock's son committed suicide). We said an expert should know what he's talking about. And we said okay.

Now we're asking ourselves why our children have no conscience, why they don't know right from wrong, and why it doesn't bother them to kill strangers, their classmates, and themselves.

Probably, if we think about it long and hard enough, we can figure it out. I think it has a great deal to do with 'WE REAP WHAT WE SOW.'"

Not only this but we allow our children to play violent video games such as Grand Theft Auto, a game that has the player kill, and rob, and steal. We see children, not even in high school walking around with cells phones, swearing and acting like they are in high school.  We watch shows such as Teen Mom, and the Secret life of the American Teenager which glamorizes teen pregnancies. We are becoming detached from society, and while I am not one to talk as I spend much of my time on my phone or computer, I know that there are things that we should not do. I grew up knowing the difference between right and wrong, my parents raised me right, and I look at the younger generation and am scared for where they are heading. I'm scared that they don't know the difference from right and wrong, I worry for their future, and ours knowing that one day I will put not only my life in their hands, but my children's lives in their hands when I do have kids.

I know that there are those that arent going to like what I've said, that are going to tell me that Im wrong, that its the guns that are the problems and not us, that its not the media. But to be honest I dont need you to say these things, I've been hearing it all day all over the news. Just needed to get these thoughts off my shoulders, and thought that this was the best way of doing it, hopefully people didnt stop reading this at the beginning and actually read it with an open mind. Thank you for reading.
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  • Watching: Dr Who
  • Drinking: Mountain Dew
So yeah, went to the Baltimore Comic-Con today, though considering the time I guess I should say yesterday. It was great, got to meet some cool artists and got some pretty great things. Drove through a pretty bad storm on the way back that became a flood warning half way through. But really that couldnt break the good mood I was in after speaking to a guy from Amazon and showing him my stuff. He actually liked a lot of my designs, said they could work for an animated series or game or something. Gave me some advice to try and find some Animation Houses as there arent any animation schools according to him around where I live to perfect what it is that Im doing so yeah, Im gonna be trying to do that pretty soon. And really I would like to thank the people who have been giving some great feedback over the last couple of years that I've been a part of this site and the Microhero Internation board who have been telling me for a while that a lot of my stuff would look good in a movie, or show or whatever. Honestly you all pretty much gave me the confidence to go show off my portfolio today, so thanks.
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Alright heres my what I've come up with from playing Arkham City and the hints that I've found in the game for a sequel.
For those that have believed that Harley is pregnant with the Jokers kid sadly this has been proven false with the DLC Harley's revenge as she retook the test a dozen times and each was negative.
However if you listen to what the inmates are saying throughout the game after you've beaten it you can put together a couple of clues that led you to a couple of conclusions, one being that the Joker will return.
A number of the inmates discuss Jokers death, and a number of them say that the Joker has died a number of times, so many in fact that they've lost count. Another is the inclusion of the Lazarus Pits in the game and there's no mention of what happened to his body after he died.
Another more obvious route would be Thomas Elliot as Hush looking like Bruce, meaning they could be going with the whole Hush story line for the next game. Or even the event that Azrael was talking about when you finally found him.
Not to mention the Man-Bat Easter Egg in the game that could come up in the sequel.
  • Listening to: Superman
  • Watching: Fuse
  • Drinking: Mountain Dew
For the past several weeks I've been questioning what exactly is going on in the Naruto Manga, especially what is going on with Naruto. And now I think that I've come up with the answer.

Naruto is the ressurection of the Sage of Six Paths. Now before you start saying that I'm full of it, and don't know what I'm talking about here me out.

According to the Naruto Wikia "According to Jiraiya, the Sage was a priest who appeared long ago in an age of endless war. He was the first to explain the truth about chakra  and tried to use his power and wisdom to lead the world to peace instead of war. The Sage travelled throughout the world, spreading his ideas and religion, the Shinobi Sect, which eventually came to be known as ninjutsu. His great deeds and true desire to bring peace to the war-torn world led him to become widely known as the Saviour of this World.
The Sage's ultimate wish to establish peace throughout the world was a goal that could never be achieved within his lifetime alone. Knowing that his end was approaching, the Sage entrusted his strength, dream, and legacy to his two sons. The older son, who inherited the Sage's "eyes": the power of his chakra and his spiritual energy, believed that power was the true key to peace. The younger son, who inherited the Sage's "body"; his willpower and physical energy, believed that love was the true key to peace."

Now taking from that we know that the Sage was a man that was able to change the ideals and the way people thought. He spread his  throughout the world, and that his desire to bring peace to a war torn world would later make him known as the Savior of the World.

Sound familair.

Its been said by other people throughout the series, but I think Kakashi said it the best. Naruto has a "unique power", he changes the world views of those that he meets and inspires the courage in them to make the future a better place. "With this power, Naruto was able to redeem Zabuza Momochi, make Neji Hyūga abandon his view of destiny and inescapable fate, inspire courage in Inari, Sakura Haruno, and Hinata Hyūga, persuade Tsunade to come out of seclusion, change Gaara from the dark demon into one of his closest friends, and even earn the trust of Nagato, the apparent leader of Akatsuki, who was one of the main antagonists of the series. Neji believes that only Naruto can save Sasuke Uchiha from darkness; however, Sasuke and A, the Fourth Raikage are to date the only people Naruto has failed to persuade."

Recently after successfully suppressing the Nine-Tailed Fox and taking its Chakra into himself and imprisoning the Fox Naruto took on the appreance of the Sage. Even the Fox was able to recognize a sealing technique of the Sage that Naruto used. Yamato commented that when in this new form Naruto is giving off a kind of life force that is making his wood element grow. He was even able to sense the hatred of a member of the Akatsuki, something that is said to be almost impossible of even he most gifted sensor types of ninja.

Also remember Naruto is said o be the child of prophecy by the Great Toad Sage. It's said that Naruto will bring Peace to the world of the Ninja, something that the Sage tried to do. Minato and Kushina new that there was something special about Naruto, if they didnt why would they have named him after a character from Jiraya's book that was so great, that strived for peace. If they didnt think there was something special about him why would they seal the nine tails in him. Beacause they did know that there was something special about him.

So think what you want, but in my opinion Naruto is the Sage of Six Paths Reborn.
  • Listening to: Superman
  • Drinking: Mountain Dew
Season 10 for Smallville is looking like its going to be the biggest and the greatest season of them all, and their going to be sending the show off in a big way. JONATHAN KENT IS RETURNING TO LIFE. WE ARE GETTING THE SUIT AND FLIGHT. Supergirl is coming back, we're getting Booster Gold and Blue Beetle. Darseid and his minions. We're gonna see Brainiac 5, along with the legion. Possibly even the future. Old characters are returning.

Cant wait for the season premiere. It cant come soon enough.
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  • Drinking: Mountain Dew
It's really been upsetting me over the last eight years that fans of Smallville are so gullible believe to believe that Chloe will later become Lois. I understand that when the show started off they created Chloe in Lois' image since they weren't using Lois, and I understand that she had a huge crush on Clark. But there is no way that Chloe could become Lois, the producers, actors, WB, DC Comics all say that Chloe Sullivan and Lois Lane are two completely different people. Deluding yourself with these ideas is just stupid and you need to get over your fantasies.

Now as for Chloe as a character. I'll admit that I did sorta like her in the beginning of the show. But now, now I can't stand her. She's childish, she's obnoxious, and she no longer has a place on the show. As a secret keeper for Clark she sucks, Pete was far better. Pete didn't try and find out about Clark, he stumbled upon the secret. Chloe, like Lana, poked, prodded, and wouldn't let go until she knew. And when she did, She acted like Lana did when she found out, she threw innuendo after innuendo out that she knew, yet she never came out and told Clark that she knew.

In the last couple of seasons she's gotten worse. I didn't like the way that she acted with Kara, I hated the way that she treated Jimmy in season 8, and I despised the way that she has basically run Clark's life since Jonathan died and Martha went to Washington. The show has doing the things that his parents were supposed to be doing as it was in the mythos, on top of that Smallville has her as basically Barbra Gordan a.k.a Oracle with her new role as Watchtower. The set looks like something you'd see in a Batman comic book, like  was designed to look just like Oracle's watchtower.

I hated her last year, she seemed to be playing with everyone's feelings. Clark takes a list of her patients because he believes one of them is a murderer and what does she do, she acts like he did something wrong. She was too concerned on how her patients would see it and not if one of them really was killing. She treated Jimmy like shit, she was leading Davis along, then she runs off with Davis without listening to reason. She protected a guy that she knew was pure evil, that was killing, yet she protected him. And what does she get out of it, the moment she splits Davis and Doomsday apart Davis kills Jimmy then turns on her saying that if he cant have her no one can.

She's holding Clark back. Clark is supposed to have this super intelligence, so why does he need Chloe. She's constantly telling him what to do, to do it and why. The scenes of him when he loses his powers and forgets who he is and she helps him remember and doesnt tell him afterword that it was her were not needed. His parents could have done it. Last year with on the ep. Zatanna when Clark was under a spell and forgot who he was and she helped him remember who he was was stupid.

And now. She knows what happens if you mess with time, Jonathan Kent died because Clark went back to save Lana, she knows this. And yet she pleads with Clark to go back and save Jimmy and when he says no she starts crying, saying that it's a good thing that he embraced his Kryptonian side because there's nothing human left about him.

I really hope that the part of Lois' dream about Chloe comes to pass. It's been a long time coming I think, and It's a perfect way for the show to answer the question of why the Legion doesn't know who she is. If it does happen I can see her doing something stupid like she normally does and paying for it with her life.

Smallville without Chloe= Superman