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It reminds me of a character in another webcomic I read. When “the poors” started buying toilet paper, he bought five warehouses full so he would have power “if the underclass tries to get rough”.
Yes. A Mary Sue also has to be better at everything that the characters from the original work, and loved or admired by those characters. Lieutenant Mary Sue was a character in a 1973 parody of Star Trek fan fiction who was smarter than Spock, a better leader than Kirk, etc. but adored by everyone on the ship.
I sometimes do projects that require printing on polyolefin shrink film (the stuff shrinky-dinks were made of). That material doesn’t react well to the heat of a laser printer.
Cows With Guns. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyqDvojqxc8
PETA thinks that having pets is unfair to the animals and euthanizes most of the cats and dogs that end up in their shelters (80-90% according to their records).
Rob needs to do a little more research. There’s glycerin that’s derived from plants instead of animals. Soybeans or palm trees, usually.
The common pattern seems to be for the first wish to be for something minor, to confirm that the wishes actually work. The second wish is for something big, which goes horribly wrong. The third wish is then used to reverse the second. For example, the Twilight Zone episode The Man in the Bottle, although that included a fourth wish in the middle that negated itself.
I remember an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000.“To infinity, and …”“Disney! Lawsuit!”“Errr … somewhere else.”
In the real world, this doctor would be 29 or older. Four years of undergraduate studies, four years of medical school, and three to seven years of residency to become a licensed general practitioner. This story is feeling more and more like “You dumb kids these days! Get off my lawn!”
The people eagerly anticipating the apocalypse usually picture themselves as Lord Humungus, ruling their own personal empire from a throne of skulls, when the reality is that they’re far more likely to end up part of someone else’s throne.