I love Quincy’s expression. “Congratulations, you finally found something I won’t eat.”
Good point. Let’s just get rid of everyone who comes up with an idea to improve the process because they’re not actively working on the process while they’re doing it.
Hardly new in any stage of human history, really.
OK, so Ceasar got stabbed in the front, but…
OK, so he’s already got the hang of advanced tech, he’s developed the ability to get to new places the others can’t (slick, high rock instead of a mud flat) without fundamentally changing much about himself, he’s looking up ways to expedite the process, he’s being quietly resented for his minor criticism by the others, and yet, the implication is that he’s somehow in the wrong.
Yes, this looks pretty accurate.
We tried getting one of those… the squirrels just clung on tighter and learned to keep their bodies flat against the feeder. Didn’t even slow them down.
I can see Poncho as MacBeth. Well, more Lady MacBeth, he’s not the type to personally get his hands dirty.
“It’s got a picture of Stonehenge!”
“Always remember you are unique. Just like everyone else.”
This is partly why certain constellations look “Odd” by modern standards. Ursa Major used to legitimately look like a bear, but the stars have since moved so it now looks like “The Big Dipper”.
Or at least the honest one.