LNH: Classic LNH Adventures #143: Infinite Leadership Cry.Sig Part Nineteen

Arthur Spitzer arspitzer2 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 14:32:14 PDT 2020

On Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 1:48:31 PM UTC-7, Drew Perron wrote:
> On 3/15/2020 5:13 PM, Arthur Spitzer wrote:

> > "And Satan arrived in court today in his pajamas.  What do think, Susan?
> >    How will this affect his case?"
> > 
> > "Well normally going to court in your pajamas would be a very bad idea,
> > but considering this is California..."
> I don't understand this joke but it still makes me laugh? X3

I think I was making a reference here to the Michael Jackson trial where he showed
up one day in pjs...

> > "So is Kid Recap gone?"
> > 
> > Pulls-Paper-Out-of-Hats Lad nodded.  [See LNHCP #499:  'The Crimes of
> > Amnesia!' Whenever anyone decides to write it that is...]
> That sounds like a fun thing to do someday.

I always forget to...

> > "Guess that leaves us two."  Cannon Fodder thought about that for a
> > couple of seconds.  "Man.  Ultimate Ninja goes on vacation for a month.
> >    And now this.  465 days later 464 people gone (LNH members, kiwis,
> > receptionists and so on).  And we don't even know where UN went.  And
> > now Deductive Logic Man and No Sense of Direction Man are out there
> > searching for him and -- How did we get here?"
> I like the idea that the two of them were officially booted out of the LNH to 
> free them up from the possibility of being picked as leader. In fact, have we 
> actually seen Deductive Logic Man since then?

Well, he shows up in #502...

> > "I wouldn't?  I think you should remember that I'm human therefore
> > completely irrational!  Why wouldn't I do that?  The question you need
> > to ask yourself is can you afford to take the chance?  Logically, do you
> > sacrifice yourself to insure the LNH and Net.ropolis don't blow up or do
> > you die with Net.ropolis?  What would a logic rational machine choose?"
> > 
> > <<I must sacrifice myself for the good of the many.  That is the logical
> > decision.>>
> > 
> > "Then do it."
> > 
> > <<I only wanted to save the world.>>
> > 
> > "That's all I want to do too."
> _WOW_. This is an extremely Arthur moment, taking the Star Trek plot and 
> supercharging it into something over-the-top emotional. Srsly, Arthur, you're a 
> *damn* good writer.

Aww, thanks.  :)

> Drew "fun stuff!" Nilium

Arthur "Responding.." Spitzer

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