I quickly learned that there are 2 kinds of “religion”, actual religion where you can have these conversations, and “obedience religion” where religion is just the excuse so someone can compel another person to obey them. The comic is a solid example of #2. Sadly, it’s the most common form of religion…
The guy in the fish tank would be wearing a Mk. V dive helmet and suit. They’re a lot of fun to dive in, but you need at least one helper to get it on and off.
Here’s how it works: The FCC regulations say that the average volume of a commercial has to match the rest of the broadcast (the show the commercial is a part of). The key here is “average.” By reducing the volume at frequencies the commercial does not need and turning up the volume in other frequencies, the commercial still meets the average volume while it is very loud to a person listening to it. E.g. they might get rid of all low frequency sound and turn up the voice volume (it’s actually much more sophisticated than that, but you get the idea). Over the years, the FCC has tried to find ways to stop that, and the advertisers are just as busy finding ways to bypass the new rules.
You can get one pretty soon. It looks amazing, too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIoXipKK1TA
Father Goose starred Cary Grant. Fun movie!
“patron’s only”? What, belonging to the patrons, is allowed into the bathroom? And how does it get in there if the patrons themselves aren’t allowed in?
“Into the Great Unknown,” Dark Horse Comics, 2004.
We kept the deer on the outside after we discovered that the ticks migrated off the deer and onto the passengers. Not fun…
Snotbot is my robot/research project! Cool!
Val needs to read up on how elevators work. Actually, everyone in the elevator needs to read that…