Monday, March 26, 2012

Forging ahead

These people are not clear on the raw materials for "mind-forged manacles".

9 comments:

vacuumslayer said...

Ye Olde Soylente Greene!

vacuumslayer said...

Btw, smut, if you don't add me on Facebook, I am going to fly to wherever the hell you're violating the sheep and twist your nipples.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Possibly related content?
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Substance McGravitas said...

Forging manacles deprives the confinement-and-torture industry of its rightful profits.

vacuumslayer said...

I am going to fly to wherever the hell you're violating the sheep and twist your nipples.

I was just kidding about this part! I don't even know where Antihobbitpodealia is!

Smut Clyde said...

Ye Olde Soylente Greene!

In retrospect, the scriptwriters of Soylent Green were wildly optimistic about the probable reaction of Americans to nutrition resource recycling.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

When I saw The Atlantic byline, I was afraid it would be a McMegan piece. I'm sure she'd buy it if it were labeled Pink Himalayan Slime.

vacuumslayer said...

Soylent Pink. Wait a minute. Would that be dystopian science fiction or dystopian science fiction pr0n?

Lawnguylander said...

It is a fine thing you do, keeping the mollycule theory in the public mind, but why so little about the black air. Your readers should be made mindful of the unsanitary conditions that attain at "night" and in the, for lack of a better term, "dark places" that should be avoided even during the "day."