Sunday, February 05, 2006

I'm in.

` Last month, the crocuses were just starting to bloom while my laboratory was even less mature. Today, nearly everything is in place. It is a triumph. Well, nearly a triumph, anyway. I have installed the appropriate equipment in the respective gaping holes in the walls, and sooner than later, MAL is going to have a second chance at life.
` The only things that remain are finding a lock that will fit my door, and window blinds so that my mad science remains a secret. As it ought to. Right now, anyone could technically walk in and steal anything they wanted to if they could only get past my mechanical henchmen.
` Which has never happened.

` In any case, it won't be long until I can get on with my plans. How I long to pick up work once again....


` And what is my work? If you guessed eventual global domination, that isn't it. In reality, something much more interesting is in store for the citizens of earth. Unfortunately for my faithful readers, I won't tell anyone until it's too late.
` Nothing personal.
` As for now, I have no computer of my own to use for the moment. I've managed to snag a few minutes online, and as they are nearly up, I really need to get going.

` Until next time....

4 comments:

cassie d said...

total world domination!

S E E Quine said...

` Unsurprisingly, Pinky and the Brain was one of my earliest influences on Mad Sciencedom.

` Also, I suspect that Brain was meant to resemble Orson Welles. What do you think?

Galtron said...

Now that you mention it... the Orson Welles character from The Critic comes to mind.

Did you ever see that show? I think the same guy did the voice, too!

S E E Quine said...

` In fact, that is precisely what I was thinking of!