Detroit area WINNERS: IRON MAN 2! Comments -


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LoganMac36 4/28/2010 8:00:27 PM

i'd use my influence to change the Iron Man 2 film score to Ghostface Killah's first solo project... and feature him in the movie.

(not the deleted scenes)


oh and i'd have Pepper Potts and Black Widow on Ménage à trois status.


swiviol 4/28/2010 9:12:47 PM

 If I had the wealth/inventiveness of Tony Stark, I would buy the whole world. :P

Freekios 4/28/2010 9:33:00 PM

Being from the metro Detroit area and of mechanical background and currently in energy production, if I had the wealth and inventiveness of Tony Stark, I would first revolutionize the auto industry removing usage/dependency on gas/hybrid fuel through the use of a newly conceptualized self-renewing fuel source. This would be done through the use of a possibly more viable/readily available (cost effective) version of the famed arc reactor (from the movie) or viable version of cold fusion. Assuming I have the inventiveness of Mr Stark this new source of energy would have optimum efficiency (100% energy in = 100% energy out). This power source could then be created on a larger scale reducing dependency on coal (relatively dirty energy), gas (relatively dirty energy), nuclear (clean yet semi-untrusted energy source due to public fears generated by 3 Mile Island and Chernobyl), solar (relatively low in efficiency) or wind power sources (relatively low in efficiency).

DarthDuck 4/28/2010 10:05:08 PM

With the wealth and resources of Tony Stark I would do two things in the following order:

1) Complete my collection of Amazing Spider-Man, I've so very close but obviously the ones I'm missing are the old expensive ones!

2) Use my wealth, tech, and influence to completely overhaul Detroit.  Obviously based on everything I'm reading on this thread people love to dump on Detroit.  While it does need work, it's not beyond saving!  I'd totally transform the city, more hotels and casinos, more toursist attraction and renovate and/or demolish all the abandoned buildings.  Maybe even legalize the world's oldest profession (not that I would need it as a Stark-esque billionaire) and then turn the Motor City into the Las Vegas of the midwest!  I've always wanted more for Detroit as it's not anywhere near as bad as it's reputation.   And I figure it I was Tony Stark I could figure out how to do that!

and 3) Two chicks at the same time not all chicks are into money

the type of chicks who'd double up on a dude like me, dude. good point

dbiondi14 4/29/2010 1:04:56 AM

I would build a star trek transporter

th1ck 4/29/2010 5:13:41 AM

To begin i would advance in the making of atrificial limbs , and means for the disabled to have a way to function better. As well as organs for all who need a replacement.

Then I would create a school for the gifted to advance in the creatation of newer an better ways to help the disabled, starving, and housing for the homeless. And a way to fund the school forever.

Then a way to make our own energy so we wont rely on the power companies, and a vechical the runs with out gas completly.. no need fr oil companys


goldeneyez 4/29/2010 6:00:33 AM

If I had the wealth and inventiveness of Tony Stark, I would try to actually invent his power source and use it to revitalize Detroit's manufacturing base by building Green transportation that utilizes Stark Technology.

Darth Duck beat me to with the Office Space joke.

goldeneyez 4/29/2010 6:03:46 AM

Wow... piggy backing on violator14's comments, I would buy the Lions from the Fords, and really try to build a team Detroit could be proud of.

TheStormrider 4/29/2010 6:21:44 AM

If I had starks money,  I would invest in making the ironman luggage armour smaller.  In its current state It will not fit in an overhead compartment.  And I'll be damned if I am going to check it.

Watty 4/29/2010 6:32:11 AM

I'd find a way to help rebuild a greener downtown, and restore the Train Station (that building is GORGEOUS!) 

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