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This is a Californian library?
That must be politically incorrect, but then, so am I….
I don’t know many dead people—not to talk to, anyway.
Silencers (or “suppressors,” not technically the same thing, though I’m not into the topic) aren’t as quiet as you may think. (Also, whether the ammo is sub- or supersonic makes a large difference.) Anyway, some examples: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eDoeWr_9BQ
I sat on a bucket hat and converted it into a bucket seat.
Not all trumpets have loops and valves. Ear trumpets don’t, for example. I don’t know much about how they work, except I suppose you play them by ear.
1. That I could read a book.
Long ago, I got a B.A. in Foreign languages, which was a real deal, as it meant I could understand all foreign languages, including Klingon. Qapla`! However, it conferred no ability in my native English, so I had to use a Bocce translation of Teach Yourself English (heavily carbon scored, an unintentional gift from a passing droid) to get my M.A. in English. Totally worth it! Now I can ask “Do you want fries with that?” in any language.
Yeah, I lost my head in an unfortunate accident some time ago. Apparently there’s some kind of scam where if you chuck a pumpkin at people you can get a replacement head, but I never figured it out. So I just stuck a bucket where my head used to be, and now I’ve been elected Galactic President a few times. On the other hand, a lot of people call me “Dilbert” for some reason.
If you have a spare head that isn’t too hideous, I could trade you a slightly used bucket.
“She’s in the witness protection program, kiddo. She has to keep moving, especially if anyone follows us.”
That’s catist! ;-p