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Who is the most underutilized Batman villain in your opinion? Why?

This is a villain who despite only appearing in one episode of “The Batman”, I liked him enough that if it was up to me, he would have been adapted into the comics like Harley was. A villain named D.A.V.E. (Digitally Advanced Villain Emulator).Created by Hugo Strange, DAVE is computer program whose digital mind is made up of the personalities of Gotham's greatest criminals. Penguin, Joker, Clayface, Mr.Freeze, Riddler, and other villains: their personalities merged together make up DAVE's mind.After he escapes into the Internet and builds himself a body, DAVE starts his plan to prove that he is Gotham's ultimate criminal mastermind. He steals data from the city's main supercomputer. Batman tries to stop him but gets his butt kicked by DAVE.Which allows him to drain all of Gotham's money making everyone in the city (except him) broke, including Bruce Wayne.After taking all of Gotham's money, DAVE also depowers the city. Batman tries to fight Dave again, but gets beaten a second time. DAVE then gets away and uses the stolen data to figure out who Batman is.DAVE then breaks into the Batcave, takes Alfred hostage and waits for Batman to arrive. When Batman arrives home, DAVE gives him a terrible choice. Batman is presented with two buttons. One will save Alfred but reveal Batman's identity to Gotham, the other will stop Gotham from learning his identity but make him lose Alfred. Batman only has 2 minutes and 18 seconds to decide.Batman of course decides to both save Alfred and protect his identity. He destroys the hourglass timer, and then DAVE starts kicking his butt for the 3rd time, saying that his choice was very predictable. DAVE then explains how exactly he figured out Batman's Identity.“It was simple, really. Using information readily available to anyone, I began by narrowing down Gotham's population of 750,832 males. Those not falling into the Batman's probable age range of 18–36 were eliminated. Medical records revealed body type matches, tax records revealed those who had the wealth and resources to create his technology. But the true key was deducing who of the remaining candidates had motive to become the Batman. After all every great hero must have an origin. And once Gotham's ultimate criminal mastermind put it all together, the answer was obvious. Bruce Wayne, son of the late Thomas and Martha Wayne.”After DAVE's speech, Batman gets up and tries to free Alfred, but DAVE stops him. Batman says “Impressive, you figured out all the answers except one. Every great supervillain has an origin too. What's yours?”DAVE gets confused and starts saying the origins of several random villains. Batman says that DAVE can't remember his origin because it doesn't exist. DAVE's a computer program. Alfred then escapes the chains and Batman presses the button that stops his identity from being revealed to Gotham. Then the giant penny that was meant to fall on Alfred falls on DAVE instead, destroying the robot.This episode was DAVE's only appearance, but it was a great one. He would be a great addition to the Batman comics. In my opinion, he is Batman's most underused villain.

Do you like Quora’s new “credentials”?

My problem with bios was that I couldn’t pick whichever one I wanted for my answer.Sometimes the topics would fit the question, but I’d have a different bio that I’d think “Wow, that would really work here. Eh, I’ll just use my generic one”.I like that, with credentials, I can pick whichever one I want for an answer.The problem is, how the hell am I supposed to find the one I want?I just wrote an answer about if men and women should be equal, and I wanted to tag it with my Feminism bio (er—credential. God that word makes me sound like a boring office worker).I clicked the “Edit Credential” button and was faced with a list of every single bio I’ve ever used on Quora.It’s a long list. I have over 1,000 answers. That’s a lot of bios I’ve accumulated.I had to use my browser page search to find the one I wanted— there’s no search function with the credentials to find them by topic or keyword.I know that Quora has a bad history with search functions, but I expected more. I’m asking for a very basic feature that would make credentials usable.It’s also just not an attractive feature.They made it a pain to skim down the list by topic, because they chose to put the topics right against the bios themselves, which all vary in length. Then they put the edit button right next to it, and it just looks… messy. It’s not pleasant to look at. I want some clear-cut columns where I can clearly differentiate between my bio, the topic, and the stupid omnipresent edit button.I also don’t get the name change. Credentials are just bios. I don’t know if they were aiming to reinvent the feature or what, but “credential” is a disgusting word. It makes me feel like I’m aging rapidly and it’s uncomfortable.“Creds” would’ve been cooler. I would have almost accepted that.I don’t think the credentials are a bad idea but, as is often the case with Quora, it’s poorly executed. It feels like they spent five minutes putting it all together before launching it. If they tweaked the formatting and added a search function (and maybe changed the name to something less stuffy) I’d be all for it.

What do you think your generation’s biggest mistake was/will be?

My grandfather was a famous bank robber who was gunned down in the south by a swarm of police officers and federal agents after one of his Robin Hood heists had taken a few moments more than he had planned.My grandfather used to rob banks and give all the money to families in need. He was an honorable thief who robbed over twenty different banks before he was killed in the line of (his) duty.One of the police officers pulled this ring from his body and gave it to my grandmother. She then passed it to her sister who adopted my father when he was three years old.My grandmother died the following year, which put her two other children in foster care.My father told me this story when I was fourteen years old when I asked where he got the ring that never left his finger.His adopted mother told him the same story.I was inspired. My grandfather was an honorable bank robber. My father had been in and out of prisons and had endless cool stories about all the different things he had done and seen also.I thought crime was in my blood.A few months ago someone I deeply admire and respect A2A'd me this question: What is the coolest piece of history you own?Everything I wrote above was going to be the answer to that question.And then I thought about it. How cool would it be to have the newspaper clippings to go along with the pictures of the ring?That would just ice the cake.I went online with the little bit of information that I had.I had my grandfather’s full name, DOB and the names of my father's sisters.I hunted and hunted and hunted.I wondered where the heck this famous bank robber was?After a few weeks of searching, I was no further than the day I started.I reached out to a Top Writer on Quora who is very good at digging on the internet.I won't name her directly, but hopefully, she comments to corroborate the amount of time we both invested to find my grandfather's story.I asked for her help. I gave her all the information that I had and a week later she pieced it all together. She also found the newspaper articles to go along with her findings.I was excited — like really excited.When I read the newspaper clippings I got sick to my stomach.My grandfather wasn't a bank robber.My grandfather was a home invader. He was a burglar.He used to break into people's homes and steal their stuff to support his alcohol addiction.One night he was trying to get into someone's home and they fired two shots through the window — striking him in the chest.He ran.My grandfather made it a few blocks before dying in an alley.One of the biggest mistakes our generation made, was believing all or most of the things we were told. If it came from an adult or authority figure, we believed it.It would have been impossible for me to figure out what really happened when I was fourteen.We didn't have an internet to fact check.We trusted things if they came from a reliable source.But today things are different. We have the internet.And thank God for the internet — because if it’s on the internet, it must be true.LeonNotes: I've decided against posting the newspaper articles that we did find. I'm not trying to cause my father, his sisters or anyone else any undue pain.

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