12 comments for “Ozy and Millie: Ethics and principle

      • Oh, there are so many uses beyond just that for a hypno-ray.

        Also, you spelled “hypno” incorrectly. 😛

          • As do a hype ray, a hyper ray and indeed the original idea of a hypo ray (which could refer to hypoglycaemia, hypodermic, hypochlorite, hypomanic, sodium thiosulphate, or simply hypo, meaning under. Yes, these all came up when I googled the definition.)

  1. Just imagine Jeremy driving that used-car lot into the ground. Or in juvie. Or prison when he uses these methods to deal with the frustration of things somehow not magically working at the for-mentioned car lot

  2. The popular kids do in fact, have a lot of deluded hendoism. The main difference is that they’re using it right now instead of when they’re adults.

  3. “Death ray, fiddlesticks! Why, it isn’t even slowing them down!”

    – old Chas. Addams cartoon 7@=Q

  4. ‘Deluded Hedonism’ would make a good name for a rock band. Who needs ethics and principles when you’re rich?

  5. Do the death ray, turn it on Jeremy and set it to “roast”. I’ve only had fried rabbit, but I bet toasted rabbit tastes pretty good, too.

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