Ozy And Millie: Stranger things have happened

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  10 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Stranger things have happened

  1. The supreme court one ruled over the difference between fruits and vegetables. I guess they had nothing better to do.

    • I assume you are referring to the 1896 decision on what tomatoes qualified as. (They decided vegetables because of how they were used.) This was actually an important decision because it referred to how they would fall under the tax code for produce.

  2. Well I suppose its better than being said one is stranger than Caligula. However Caligula was the single most insane emperor ever to rule Rome; shortly after being crowned he had his own 10 year old nephew Germanicus beheaded by his guards because the child was suffering from a persistent cough Caligula supposedly could hear all the way from his throne room. But that was the most appropriate comparison Ozmandius could make.

    • Obviously, “his” can’t imply ownership in this context, any more than “his secretary.” Caligula appointing his horse to the Senate was still nepotism but, since the horse involved must have been intelligent and articulate, not as foolish as it was in our universe!

    • Why assume all animals are sentient in this universe? Every funny animal scenario I’ve seen has non-sentient animals as well.

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