You probably know all about Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, and that only those who are worthy can wield it. Though they haven't really explored the possibility much in the MCU, there have been several characters who were, at one time or another, worthy of wielding the power of Thor beyond Mr. Odinson. Such as …

No, that wasn't a typo— Loki has indeed wielded Thor's hammer ! We know what you are thinking and you're correct! It would take some insane weirdness and arcane trickery for this to happen, but when you're talking about comics, that kind of goes without saying.

Loki: Agent of Asgard #9 continues this story with the following, "As Thor fell from grace, Loki was transformed into a warrior for the side of right, a hero for the ages…Loki found himself against his brother, thrust into the role of champion of all things noble." This meant that Mjolnir, which had rejected Evil Thor for being, well, evil, chose Good Loki as its new champion, and wield it well he did against his brother.

You probably know all about Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, and that only those who are worthy can wield it. Though they haven't really explored the possibility much in the MCU, there have been several characters who were, at one time or another, worthy of wielding the power of Thor beyond Mr. Odinson. Such as …

No, that wasn't a typo— Loki has indeed wielded Thor's hammer ! We know what you are thinking and you're correct! It would take some insane weirdness and arcane trickery for this to happen, but when you're talking about comics, that kind of goes without saying.

Loki: Agent of Asgard #9 continues this story with the following, "As Thor fell from grace, Loki was transformed into a warrior for the side of right, a hero for the ages…Loki found himself against his brother, thrust into the role of champion of all things noble." This meant that Mjolnir, which had rejected Evil Thor for being, well, evil, chose Good Loki as its new champion, and wield it well he did against his brother.

Google fired a software engineer yesterday in response to public outrage over the man’s 10-page screed against women being represented proportionally in tech companies . But the firing has become a call-to-arms for alt-right voices on the internet who are crowdfunding money for the engineer, James Damore, and are now calling for a boycott of Google.

The calls for a boycott have gained steam on Twitter, where names like Mike Cernovich, Michael Tracey, and Paul Joseph Watson have joined the chorus of people with usernames like CNNisRetarded , TheMuddyCuck , and Grammar Nawtsy in being angered by what they call “diversity crybullies.”

Some of the calls to boycott the tech giant refer to getting “red pilled,” a term popular in alt-right circles for when people see reality clearly. The term comes from the 1999 sci-fi film The Matrix , where the hero takes a red pill to see the real world around him. In this case, alt-right activists believe that getting red-pilled means you can see the misandry inherent in Google’s decision to fire the engineer.

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By the time Harry had eaten a leisurely breakfast, packed up his camp, and gotten his horse over to where whatever-it-was had crashed, a whole lot of locals had already beaten him to it. There were pick-up trucks all around the crater. One guy had set up a barbecue, there was a radio playing, and more folks lounged on deck-chairs watching as their friends all tried their hand at lifting the thing in the middle like they were trying to draw Excalibur.

One old bloke backed up to the crater in his truck, and some younger guys brought out a long chain, which they used to tie the... absolutely massive hammer, Harry realised, to the back of the pick-up.

"You gotta be kiddin' kid!" one of the big, beefy guys objected with a laugh. "How do you think you're gonna pick it up when we couldn't?"

You probably know all about Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, and that only those who are worthy can wield it. Though they haven't really explored the possibility much in the MCU, there have been several characters who were, at one time or another, worthy of wielding the power of Thor beyond Mr. Odinson. Such as …

No, that wasn't a typo— Loki has indeed wielded Thor's hammer ! We know what you are thinking and you're correct! It would take some insane weirdness and arcane trickery for this to happen, but when you're talking about comics, that kind of goes without saying.

Loki: Agent of Asgard #9 continues this story with the following, "As Thor fell from grace, Loki was transformed into a warrior for the side of right, a hero for the ages…Loki found himself against his brother, thrust into the role of champion of all things noble." This meant that Mjolnir, which had rejected Evil Thor for being, well, evil, chose Good Loki as its new champion, and wield it well he did against his brother.

Google fired a software engineer yesterday in response to public outrage over the man’s 10-page screed against women being represented proportionally in tech companies . But the firing has become a call-to-arms for alt-right voices on the internet who are crowdfunding money for the engineer, James Damore, and are now calling for a boycott of Google.

The calls for a boycott have gained steam on Twitter, where names like Mike Cernovich, Michael Tracey, and Paul Joseph Watson have joined the chorus of people with usernames like CNNisRetarded , TheMuddyCuck , and Grammar Nawtsy in being angered by what they call “diversity crybullies.”

Some of the calls to boycott the tech giant refer to getting “red pilled,” a term popular in alt-right circles for when people see reality clearly. The term comes from the 1999 sci-fi film The Matrix , where the hero takes a red pill to see the real world around him. In this case, alt-right activists believe that getting red-pilled means you can see the misandry inherent in Google’s decision to fire the engineer.

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At Megaxstore, we’re all about helping you to make the best gifting choices with an edited selection of fun and original lifestyle products. Shop from over 600 local craftmakers, indie designers and emerging artists here.

Feel as though the performance of your cloud-hosted applications has become lacklustre? Here are five best practices that can help you boost end-user experiences, simplify performance management, and reduce the cost of your AWS environment. 

The number of successful cyberattacks per year per company has increased by 46% over the last four years. But what really needs to be considered when exploring a solution? What questions need to be asked? Download to find out...

You probably know all about Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, and that only those who are worthy can wield it. Though they haven't really explored the possibility much in the MCU, there have been several characters who were, at one time or another, worthy of wielding the power of Thor beyond Mr. Odinson. Such as …

No, that wasn't a typo— Loki has indeed wielded Thor's hammer ! We know what you are thinking and you're correct! It would take some insane weirdness and arcane trickery for this to happen, but when you're talking about comics, that kind of goes without saying.

Loki: Agent of Asgard #9 continues this story with the following, "As Thor fell from grace, Loki was transformed into a warrior for the side of right, a hero for the ages…Loki found himself against his brother, thrust into the role of champion of all things noble." This meant that Mjolnir, which had rejected Evil Thor for being, well, evil, chose Good Loki as its new champion, and wield it well he did against his brother.

Google fired a software engineer yesterday in response to public outrage over the man’s 10-page screed against women being represented proportionally in tech companies . But the firing has become a call-to-arms for alt-right voices on the internet who are crowdfunding money for the engineer, James Damore, and are now calling for a boycott of Google.

The calls for a boycott have gained steam on Twitter, where names like Mike Cernovich, Michael Tracey, and Paul Joseph Watson have joined the chorus of people with usernames like CNNisRetarded , TheMuddyCuck , and Grammar Nawtsy in being angered by what they call “diversity crybullies.”

Some of the calls to boycott the tech giant refer to getting “red pilled,” a term popular in alt-right circles for when people see reality clearly. The term comes from the 1999 sci-fi film The Matrix , where the hero takes a red pill to see the real world around him. In this case, alt-right activists believe that getting red-pilled means you can see the misandry inherent in Google’s decision to fire the engineer.

Shipping outside of Singapore? See our Delivery Information Page to view international shipping rates and delivery information.

At Megaxstore, we’re all about helping you to make the best gifting choices with an edited selection of fun and original lifestyle products. Shop from over 600 local craftmakers, indie designers and emerging artists here.

You probably know all about Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, and that only those who are worthy can wield it. Though they haven't really explored the possibility much in the MCU, there have been several characters who were, at one time or another, worthy of wielding the power of Thor beyond Mr. Odinson. Such as …

No, that wasn't a typo— Loki has indeed wielded Thor's hammer ! We know what you are thinking and you're correct! It would take some insane weirdness and arcane trickery for this to happen, but when you're talking about comics, that kind of goes without saying.

Loki: Agent of Asgard #9 continues this story with the following, "As Thor fell from grace, Loki was transformed into a warrior for the side of right, a hero for the ages…Loki found himself against his brother, thrust into the role of champion of all things noble." This meant that Mjolnir, which had rejected Evil Thor for being, well, evil, chose Good Loki as its new champion, and wield it well he did against his brother.

Google fired a software engineer yesterday in response to public outrage over the man’s 10-page screed against women being represented proportionally in tech companies . But the firing has become a call-to-arms for alt-right voices on the internet who are crowdfunding money for the engineer, James Damore, and are now calling for a boycott of Google.

The calls for a boycott have gained steam on Twitter, where names like Mike Cernovich, Michael Tracey, and Paul Joseph Watson have joined the chorus of people with usernames like CNNisRetarded , TheMuddyCuck , and Grammar Nawtsy in being angered by what they call “diversity crybullies.”

Some of the calls to boycott the tech giant refer to getting “red pilled,” a term popular in alt-right circles for when people see reality clearly. The term comes from the 1999 sci-fi film The Matrix , where the hero takes a red pill to see the real world around him. In this case, alt-right activists believe that getting red-pilled means you can see the misandry inherent in Google’s decision to fire the engineer.

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