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Iron Cyst and the Eight Point Strike

It’s too bad Iron Fist wasn’t remotely close to being as entertaining and brilliant as the backlash it’s been receiving. If it had, it would’ve been as popular as Daredevil or Luke Cage as opposed to being one of the biggest punchlines of 2017.

I’m sure one day we’ll all be tired of the proverbial “T” Madame Gao is serving us.

However, today is not that day.

Shifting into Midnighter mode, I’m about to demonstrate my 8-point strike on the fustercluck of white mediocrity that is Iron Cyst.

Point Strike One:

Point Strike Two:

Point Strike Three:

Point Strike Four:

Point Strike Five:

Point Strike Six:

Point Strike Seven:

So in other #IronCyst news Finn Jones is now throwing production under the bus saying that he didn’t have time to train. And with him being white, most people are accepting his lies as gospel.

I’m not most people.

He knew what he was getting himself into when he signed that contract and cashed that check. Having a recurring role on Rape of Thrones, this wasn’t his first rodeo. Part of being an actor is doing your due diligence in researching and preparing for said role.

Actors have trained relentlessly for two hour films, and this clown was in a 13-episode series.

Charlie Cox, Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennett, Rosario Dawson, and Jessica Henwick all came prepared for their respective roles.

Into The Badlands stars Daniel “I’m Too Sexy To Be Legal” Wu and Emily “I’m a Boss Chick” Beecham put in that work and they managed to come prepared for their roles.

But we’re supposed to make excuses for Jones?

If you claim that you’re unprepared for the industry and art you make your living in, then you’re an idiot, a liar, pathetic, or all of the above.

Please stop making excuses for your mediocrity. You’re disrespecting the artistry, embarrassing yourself, insulting our intelligence and wasting our time.

No really, I simply must insist….

As far as Finn Jones’s piss poor excuses go:

Point Strike Eight:

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