Prediction: Manifesta vanishes, with Chris believing he caused it. As he’s boasting, the Dane makes himself and his doomsday device known.
Ira’s the old white guy. Chris is going to use that…. thing before the dragon’s nose where the dragon can’t see.
… I’m gonna be honest. Even as someone who supports feminism, it’s gonna be real hard not to scream “For The Patriarchy” every time I enter a room from now on.
My motto for the week.
Similar cries heralded much of the 1980s,
Good times, they were. *blows dust off old rose-colored Ray Bans. Remembers his cool aqua Jams. Fondly recalls Grenada* Good. Times.
He will smack that dragon into last week!
Smacking it into next week would be a bad idea, because then he’d just have to fight it again
maarvarq: He wouldn’t have to fight Kay again. He could just watch out for reports of what she does on the news from California.
Maybe literally. Then she’ll sit on her car, prompting herself to come to Annex One in the first place… and that’s why she needs the Department of Temporal Anomalies instead of the Bureau of Fantastic Creatures.
I’m fairly certain that that was codebreaker’s intent in the statement. Twas the first to call the dragon/temporal anomaly in the first place, after all.
In fact, isn’t the expression usually “into next week” anyway? So this was a deliberate play on that, I think.
So I’m wondering if it is the nature of Ira’s memory wipings, that since he can no longer remember the past, he must make do with remembering the future.
Good old cultural appropriation.
…. I have two accordions in easy reach of my work desk …
Queen Ida has at least one accordion, and she’s definitely not an old white guy.
Accordion music and Old White Guydom are overlapping but nonidentical domains.
And you admit to it? Brave.
I don’t want to see what he’s packing. Tell Chris to keep his pants on.
That was my first reaction, too. However, Shaenon and Jeff have to service the other half of the fans, so I’ll avert my eyes.
Now that’s what I call polka!
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