It’s 2049 in a world in which WWII had been fought between the US and the Soviet Union. The war ended in 1949 with a nuclear exchange that killed 99.99% of humanity. Among the nearly-extinct remnant of survivors is a scientist who creates a time machine. He decides that the only way to save humanity is travel back in time and find a common enemy to unite the Americans and the Soviets. So he jumps back to the 1930s and creates Hitler. The world is saved.
What I’ve learned from Overboard is that thieving pirates can be good people. Misbehaving dogs are just big puppies. And filthy rats can make nice neighbors.
And cats? Overboard tells me cats are $%^& that we should all hate.
I’m glad to see he finally got out of Yogi’s shadow.
What is variant about the doll?
Attempted burglary? How is that even a crime? Do they give out Nobel prizes for attempted science?
I’ve read through Citizen Dog a few times, but I’d forgotten how utterly unlikable Fergus is at this point. He’s been a complete $#%& for weeks.
Many people see news articles about the un-banked and can’t understand why. This is why. Another trick is to move up the date someone’s credit card payment is due so they have to pay interest. Or slightly increase the interest rate so their payment isn’t enough.
Human development can be broken into three stages: how, why, and where. How can we get some food? Why do we eat? Where should we have brunch?
Who’s playing dead?
Man talking to lawyer: “The police have no evidence. All they know is I got beat up, then tied to a lamppost with a note stuck to me. If anything, I’m the victim here.”
Lawyer: ‘If Batman says your guilty, the jury will say you’re guilty. Every time.”