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Waaah, I'm taking time away from ME2! :p

*ahem*, sorry.

I have to cop to kinda just skimming through Ozy's little self-important speech at the start. Verbal masturbation, much?

How can anyone tell if the smartest man on Earth has gone crazy, Dan? Oh trust me, it's easy.

More pirate comic, but at least it's done now!

Who didn't see his "reward" for his servants coming? Although I have to admit to being sadder about the destruction of the vivarium than the death of the servants, until I caught myself. Maybe because I expected the one, but didn't see the reason for the other?

Man, the newspaper guy just is not very clueful, is he? (Well, I mean, yeah, he's not NOW, but you know what I mean.)

And Ozy does the typical Big Villain speechifying, but departs from script in having already triggered his evil plan, so it's a fait accompli by the time he blabs. Man, way to not play by the rules!

Anyhow, I might have more to say, something deeper, but just not up for it right at the moment! So if so, it'll be in comments later.

Last meager portions of the schedule!


Jan. 29th, 2010 06:01 am (UTC)
That's ...

Hmm, no, it's not meant to be tragic & ironic. I think you're right on the local scale, but WWIII was still going to start in Afghanistan, despite the Malcolms around the world. Veidt wasn't wrong.

That did make me like Malcolm more. Poor guy.
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Jan. 29th, 2010 06:27 am (UTC)
True. The uneasy peace would've continued indefinitely with Doc Manhattan around.

It must be too late at night. I'm almost seeing Veidt's point about the situation being frozen, and not forward-looking, until he broke the stasis.