My reading Cow And Boy has lead me to expect something different from cat-copters.
So about 15 years ago some toothpaste maker came out with a lemon-flavored toothpaste. I loved it. Switched over to it right away and stuck with it as long as I could find the stuff. Turns out that the lemon-flavored toothpaste was being marketed as a ``women’s toothpaste’’ and I guess I was screwing up their demographic data since it didn’t last. Even though it had the taste and mouth feel of brushing with lemon-flavored cake icing and what person who was ever six years old would not want that at least sometimes?
… I should check the kid-branded toothpastes.
My love and I were tickled by what we assumed was the coincidence in the company name. … ACE also stands for the American Coaster Enthusiasts. We’re both members. (And planning to get to a new-to-us amusement park today.)
Look, we know from on-screen evidence that warp six is full impulse [ TNG: ‘Conspiracy’ ]. And there’s enough other travel that only makes sense if impulse lets you go faster-than-light, e.g., getting the Enterprise back to a Starbase after TOS ‘For The World Is Hollow And I Have Touched The Sky’, the Excelsior heading home from the beta quadrant on impulse power in ‘The Undiscovered Country’, or the Enterprise getting back from the badlands without warp at the end of ‘Insurrection’. Regardless of what the tech manuals say, impulse is faster-than-light.
Also, sheesh, they went to warp nine from sea level in ‘The Voyage Home’; where’s this don’t-warp-near-planets thing come from anyway?
Yeah, there was ‘Fierce Creatures’ with the same cast, but that was 1997.
I just assumed ‘Profession Members’ was the name of a band I didn’t know offhand and it wasn’t until four panels in that I understood what was meant.
So, did you get Pinburgh tickets?
I am glad to hear that.
I understand Fisher’s staff might not always have had the best lettering, but surely someone could check the computer-typeset replacement to see if it even parses?
Four months from now we get this mystery again, only that time Inspector Danger recognizes he’s not the Strangler but rather his twin brother, who’s identical except for being left-handed and somehow putting his belt on the other way, trying to frame the snarky guy in the park.