Has it already been mentioned that Mister Simon looks a bit like Nerdy God?
Anyway, I’ve been enjoying this comic.
And I’m curious to see how things will all play out.
No it hasn’t been mentioned yet, but it is definitely worth noting. 😉
Thanks for stopping by, Vurwi. I’m glad you’re enjoying the comic 🙂
I just realized something. She calls the doll Mister Simon. Gates looks like Mister Simon, and Cole winds up working for him. So that means in the future Cole does what Simon Says? XD
Ouch. 🙂 🙂 🙂
OMG… that’s a creepy coincidence. Or… IS it? 😉
Speaking of GATES clones, what about this guy from City Of The Lost Children? Did anyone else notice this?
[they are actually a bit similar in personality, dear god, please don’t let endstone be a weird crossover thingy… please please please 😉 ]
I dunno who that guy is but he and Gates have similar tastes in headgear to a certain Professor Emmett Brown.
Actually, both tohava’s guy and Emmet Brown use self-made science-like helmets, while GATES’s helmett is actually one that truely exists : used to perform EEGs (Electroencephalograms) which help decipher anomalies in brain activities by detecting bio-electromagnetism generated by brain bio-electric activity. Among the several deseases studied this way : epilepsy (and yes, i’m an epileptic alright).
I never knew about EEGs. Interesting. It’s probably a subliminal image I had in the back of my mind. I hope you’re doing okay with your condition, DK. 🙂
Don’t worry about me, the right medecine and right dose of it for me have long been figured out, so as long as i keep taking them i’m a normal person. 1 “candy” the morning, another at dinner, that’s not very hard. 😀
But still, the 2 other helmets are standalone. We can see GATES’s helmet is connected to his brain via the electrodes, that go back to the machine. That’s exactly what an EEG helmet is about (though with better technology the electrodes are way smaller now… xD)
DK,you are a normal person with a medical condition,like asthma,or allergies.
I have met dozens of people without medical conditions who cannot be defined as normal with any stretch of the term.
My Dad has a disfigured right hand and my Mom is left with epilepsy after a brain surgery and they were both better parents to me than the “normal” parents of some of my friends.
Normality is one thing,conforming to the standards of a world ruled by media who wants people to appear perfect like Hollywood actors,is another….
By normal I only meant about brain bio-electric activity, huh ? Nothing to do with psychological profiles. :p
I only intended here to reassure Tony since i only brought the epilepsy thing to show where i know EEG helmets from. 😀
We’ve entirely agreed on the hole thing you just said since before you said it :p
Sorry man,but the word “normal” triggers my anti-conformist reflexes and sometimes it makes me over reacting.
“Normal” in the social sense,is nothing more than the point of view of the majority and it is obvious how easily the majority is manipulated to accept some situations as “normal” and to keep the post in context,see how “normal” people treat Kyri!
So,I am glad I just misunderstood and possibly made a bit of a fool of myself 🙂
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