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July 28, 2017

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David

Somewhat related.

David

And David in with the flawless bracket error correction.

[ Deploys smoke-bomb earrings. Vanishes in confusion. ]

Daniel Ream

Has he actually fought the Bear yet?

No. Not least of which because it's actually quite hard to get bears to wrestle with you when you go out actively spoiling for a fight, because that's not prey behaviour.

Troy is one bad mood away form becoming a literal supervillain. After the bear suit, he invented a paste compound that is water soluble, can be sprayed, foamed or spread, is nontoxic, and is more fire-retardant than asbestos. You've never heard of it because one of the ingredients is Diet Coke, and the Coca-Cola company for some reason won't share their formula with him so he can deconstruct it.

Hal

Oh, Dear . . .

Troy is one bad mood away form becoming a literal supervillain. . . . one of the ingredients is Diet Coke, and the Coca-Cola company for some reason won't share their formula with him so he can deconstruct it.

. . . and off in another corporation, or so, apparently DC Comics somewhat recently got very, very, very bored.

With The Flash involved, that does bring whole new meanings to fast food . . . !

Rich Rostrom

"Cow shoes." Medieval cow-shoes appeared in the Sherlock Holmes story "The Adventure of the Priory School".

"The da Vinci Surgical System": anticipated by Robert Heinlein in his short novel Waldo.

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