Re: [Girl Genius] Oh!
- Cheese goddess wrote:
> Forget me. But what and @$$ Hole! "Goodbye" And just up away he goes!Yes, but did you notice the conveniently placed wooden boards for the
> Well...if that's not a slap to the face I don't know what is...but I
> must say I haven't laughed so hard since Oggie waved and asked who
> wanted to be his friend. Phil and Kaja *shakes fist* Curse you and your
> comical plot twist LOL
> But yay!! Da Boyz are back!
grappling hook to sink into? There's a *cat*-apult in Krosp's future, I
- On Mon, Nov 26, 2007 at 08:21:30PM -0000, Daimajoou wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "Adam" <adam@...> wrote:http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20040112
> > What this fictional Europe needs is a reason to *voluntarily* unify
> > and cooperate. There's one big element of any functional government
> > that appears to be missing in GG Europe: a unified economy with
> > inter-city trade.
> It's incredibly difficult to make city-states work together willingly
> when the roads between them are not safe and the smaller transition
> villages that might be between them have their own menagerie of
> problems and are not being paid attention to by any of the bigger
> In GG,
> it would fall to Klaus (or someone appointed by him) to give attention
> to the smaller towns, which would be difficult for a fairly new
> empire, since this requires time and money no matter how you cut it,
> and the bigger cities need to be stabilized and contained first so
> that they don't pull together and decide to unite against Klaus, an
> alliance that would likely desolve as soon as the job is done.
I suppose Hufftberg and Tartown are still among the larger
cities in this context. If a "Corbettite terminal" is
basically the part of a factory that connects to the
Corbettite Monks' railway system then we do see Klaus
(through Boris) dealing with infrastructure issues on a
fairly low level.
It's so hard when the recognized leaders (at least the ones
with vision) are all insane.