For help on how to follow a comic title,
Cobra realizes she more feeling for Utah than just having him being her “boy toy” of the moment. She’ll come back for Rip later.
You couldn’t resist making that pun, could you?
And, why don’t they have an accounting service handle all the taxes, a broker to handle any investments outside of the fuse, their insurance agent to handle that, and, a lawyer to help with estate planing, their will, and, to help manage all the other professionals.
Of the Fuse? I believe that’s right. But since Pru worked for TJ directly and not the Fuse, TJ would be the one Pru to give notice that she was quitting. Mr. Grey would get involved only if Pru’s quitting affected the operations of the Fuse as a whole.
One would hope that a person with Shaky V2 condition, who has himself raised up on an I bean that can be unstable, would make an intelligent decision. What he’s Tracy villain. He doesn’t know what intelligent even means.
Pru works for TJ at Cafe Kablooie, a tenant at the Fuze. So it would be TJ’s concern to see that Pru’s shifts are filled, decide if, and, who to hire to replace her. Frank and Nancy are just her landlords.
But they wouldn’t have to move from base to base, as they might if Jan stays in the service. And, depending on the airline, Jan would probably have, more, or, less, a regular schedule. Also, wouldn’t layovers depend on where she is flying to, how long the flights are?
It could be Pru’s “naval aviator” girlfriend has decided to retire from the service, and, take a job with an airline. I’ve heard that until the Covid 19 crisis hit, the airlines were desperate for pilots.
For having Rip as an usually absent adoptive father, Junior certainly has learned a lot from him. Like how to KO a lousy complaining sheriff (who happens to be your latest attraction’s big brother) in one swift, powerful punch. (onomatopoeia included.)
Edison is thinking that she should’ve stood in bed this morning.