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  1. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    Oh my goodness, now there’s an ’80’s reference.

  2. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    Ugh, not Marx again. :(

  3. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    A wake-up call in this context means an important event or piece of news that can rise a person from an apathetic state, in this case Trimble’s. So no, I don’t mean either of the two things you’ve mentioned.

  4. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    @Jenner. Tsk, tsk, tsk. You should read more Doc Rat. Oh wait… ;)

  5. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    This has been more than just a wake, it was Trimble’s wake-up cell.

  6. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    I hope the Topsiders aren’t able to detect that jackhammer through seismography. That would go for any kind of industrial plants in Endtown too.

  7. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown almost 2 years ago

    Terrible thing survior guilt.

  8. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown almost 2 years ago

    Yes that’s most worrying. Based on his conversation (http://www.gocomics.com/endtown/2013/04/05) he does not want their execution, but the council’s intentions are less clear. I can only wonder what they (and Aaron) have up their sleeves.

  9. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown almost 2 years ago

    I said that. Read my sentence after the one you’ve quoted. “Jack is right because it’s impossible to determine means, motive and opportunity for a non-existent rule.”

  10. Michael Sauerpüss commented on Endtown almost 2 years ago

    I’ve been waiting for the word “objection.”. Neither of these two appear to have adequate barrister skills. They’ve both been making witness-leading statements that either could have objected to, and delivering monologues that belong in opening & closing arguments. Then again since the whole point of a trial is to determine the extent to which a law has been broken, Jack is right because it’s impossible to determine means, motive and opportunity for a non-existent rule.