REPOST/LNH: The Namer Boy -- Documentary Project: Season One #1
mrfantastic7 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 19 21:22:43 PDT 2020
On 10/19/20 10:47 PM, Arthur Spitzer wrote:
> "I mean if it's not a prank -- then it must be some super villain plot. Hmm," said
> the ninja mulling that idea over for a bit. "But why would any super villain do
> this? They would surely know that I would never ever approve of something as stupid
> as this. But wait," the ninja gave another long dramatic pause, "Is that part of the
> plan? That they expect me to NOT sign off on this obvious cinematic abomination. Is
> that the long game here? Is that what they're expecting me to do?"
> "Yes, that could be it. It makes perfect sense. Any mastermind worth their salt
> would know that I would never ever approve of a Namer Boy documentary -- that it
> would never ever happen on my watch. And that's how it begins. How it all begins!
> Some dark timeline leading to an apocalyptic future that could have been easily
> stopped if only I had done this stupid and absurd act of signing these papers. Hmm."
Well this is a bit that has an interesting double meaning after HHS #6.
Based on the timeline, this is the main UN appearance that would have
been Nina--and that actually fits very well. Because if that's her, she
is not just trying to second guess an enemy trying to figure out how
Ultimate Ninja thinks--she's simultaneously trying to second guess how
Ultimate Ninja thinks herself, and worrying about getting it wrong.
Then again, based on the the timeline split and Hypertext-Timeline
discussion in #14, this could very well be a situation where this is
both the original AND the second Ultimate Ninja.
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