If it means “No singing “The Impossible Dream,” I’m all in.
(Hat tip: Scissorhead @NamelessCynic of the twitterverse.)
There’s an XKCD for that! (is it weird that I heard the last panel in my head in Peter O’Toole’s voice?)
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I believe there’s an XKCD for every possible thing that has or hasn’t yet happened in our world. I love that comic.
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I found one for when my truck caught on fire. So, yeah, probably one for everything.
I did too. That’s weird. –TG
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I was hoping for something more in a City of Gold and Lead vein.
Those books were among the first SF books I read – at the tender age of 8. The Australian TV series was disappointing, though.
That’s about the age that I read those as well. The TV show suffered from early Whovian production values, and some unhelpful rewrites.
I love that it mentions the tripod books. Seriously, I thought I was the only person on the planet who remembered them. There was another book by the same author- John Christopher- called Empty World that I read when I was in 6th grade. Later in my adult life- when I read The Stand- it reminded me of Empty World.
A warning sign near a windmill – smart; I hear those things cause cancer (not to mention what they do to your property values!)
And they kill all the birds!
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