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Speedball on Aug. 10, 2012
UPDATE: Was late. Sorry.
at 5:51PM, Aug. 11, 2012
mcantrell: Interesting you should put it that way. In Philip K. Dick's "Ubik," there's a woman who can confound precognitives because she could literally recton reality. That would be a pretty game-breaking power even by the standards of my comic, though... and there's a very good reason Mori says nobody can change the past.
at 7:12AM, Aug. 11, 2012
Hm. What if this is foreshadowing? What if this new villain mentioned that blinds people with the ability to see into the future does so because she can change the past?
at 8:37PM, Aug. 10, 2012
Frankie and Cherry should be thankful for the new looks. It will help hide them from carry's people for a little bit.
As to changing the past: if you change the past you won't know the past needs to be changed, so you won't go back and change it.
at 5:23PM, Aug. 10, 2012
Learn from the past, change the future. Check.
at 11:16AM, Aug. 10, 2012
I'm still here, just not awake enough to make any worthwhile comments. Keep up the good work.
at 9:43AM, Aug. 10, 2012
at 7:45AM, Aug. 10, 2012
I like that use of metaphor.
at 5:57AM, Aug. 10, 2012
Yes. gotta to learn from your past to be a good person. :)
and i did see that Star trek TNG with picard too. cool.
at 5:42AM, Aug. 10, 2012
I LIKE Goro's philosophy at the end there. Star Trek: TNG had Piccard go into the past to change a foolish bar fight that led to needing a (defective) replacement heart.
He did, and apparently, taking the "mature" stance in that bar encounter and not getting into the fight, took away the very thing that made him a good captain.
at 5:32AM, Aug. 10, 2012
similes aplenty :D