LNH: Hungry, Hungry Sabertooths! #1

Scott Eiler seiler at eilertech.com
Mon Apr 6 21:45:14 PDT 2020

On 2020-04-01 21:00, Arthur Spitzer wrote:


> "Oh, right right," nodded the Ultimate Ninja expeditiously dropping Bad Judgment
> Boy down on the floor.  Both quickly backed away six feet from each other.
> "Social Distancing Social Distancing.*Ahem*  anyways -- There are a massive
> amount of people dying of this pandemic across the world.  Net.ropolis is in
> lockdown with thousands dead!  We have a president who is a complete idiot!  And
> the LNH can't do anything about this because of the magic spell that
> Comboverthing has cast tying his fate with his Real Life version!  And this
> pandemic seems to be also tied to that spell so there is nothing our LNH
> Brainiacs can do to fix it either!  We're now completely at the mercy of those
> idiots in the Real World -- and until they get their shit together -- Nothing is
> going to change!!" The Ultimate Ninja gave a swift glare toward the Fourth Wall.
> "There is nothing boring about any of this!"
> Bad Judgment Boy gave a yawn, "Look this virus -- it's all a Fake News Hoax
> trying to sabotage Comboverthings reelection chances!  Seriously!  Also I saw on
> the internet that all you need to protect yourself from it is a simple trick of
> drinking a bottle of vodka while taking a sauna -- or hmm was that sauna or was
> that enema?  Hold on a sec."  Bad Judgment Boy took out his smart phone.

... That's the best RACC treatment of this stuff that I can think of.  I 
say this as I work on Superhuman World 2020 Annual, which will not be 
nearly as fun as this.

-- (signed) Scott Eiler  8{D> ------ http://www.eilertech.com/ -------

The soldiers presented a pathetic but inspiring spectacle. The
hospitals were crowded with sick and wounded; the walls were
gradually crumbling under incessant shell fire, yet that garrison
of heroes remained undaunted.

It was as Buck said, "just as if they had been Americans."

- from "The Airship Boys in the Great War", De Lysle F. Cass, 1915.
Coming soon to Project Gutenberg.  gutenberg.org

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