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A similar conflict is in the backstory of Jack Reacher, hero of a series of detective books.
The metaphor is getting harder to follow.
Or preserve it as an antique sentimental museum artifact.
All aboard for the undiscovered country.
This verse is quite well known in some circles.
From the song Sweet Betsy of Pike: “Out on the prairie one bright starry night/They broke out the whiskey and Betsy got tight./She sang and she shouted, she danced o’er the plain/And showed her bare arse to the whole wagon train.”
It’s still okay to watch and enjoy those videos, the jokes are still funny even when sexual predators are saying the lines.
In the Universal series of movies, the Monster (played by Boris Karloff in three movies, then by other actors) IS named Frankenstein after his creator. The character Byron in the prologue of Bride of Frankenstein refers to the Monster as Frankenstein. This comic strip is spoofing the Karloff model, so the Monster is named Frankenstein in that context.