Duke 2.0 wrote: »
The other day a friend of mine confided in me that his mother was actually a Sylph. I doubted him at first until he summoned a gust of wind in the living room and floated onto a cloud he materialized underneath him. I have never met this woman and always assumed he was the result of a single parent home. Should I believe this claim, or assume either some magics or illusions are taking place?
Throwing caution to the wind in Maryland
NeoToma wrote: »
If one was so inclined to build a robot powered by 1,000 ghosts, just ya know, as a thought experiment. What would be some benefits of said spectral power source? Also, do what are the labor laws regarding ghost and robots?
BertezBertez wrote: »
Newbie here working on some entry level extermination gigs and in kind of a fix. Any tips on identifying a doppelganger? This one has been at this for a while and seems to know everything the real mcoy knows so that method is out.
Also a friend from way back wants to join me on a hunt. I think a partner would be nice but I haven't seen this guy in ages. I know he worked in mundane pest control for a while. Do those skills transfer?
Crimson King wrote: »
what is the best way to ward off dropbears
i have heard that a dash of vegemite behind the ears does wonders but am unsure how to test this without getting dropbeared, please advise
Fire Truck wrote: »
As an archaeologist and adventuress recently diagnosed with a severe allergy to bee and wasp stings, I obviously have some questions and concerns regarding potentially dangerous encounters on my more far-flung travels.
For example, will the stings of mystical giant bees revered by an isolated culture on the Yucatan respond well to normal Epinephrine? Are manticore tails more akin to scorpion stings, wasp stings, or neither of the above?
Though I am not an Egyptologist, are reanimated, evil scarab swarms noted for being venomous, or just ravenous?
Puffy in Portland
curly haired boy wrote: »
Dear Prof. Melding
I have currently attained a NASA grant investigating the Possibilities of Hazardous Waste Disposal in Space.
The approval board does not know that in addition to various nuclear materials, certain pernicious biological materials might also be sent on an intercept course with our sun.
My question is this: should not gravimetric imprisonment in our closest star not resolve the Dracula issue in a more permanent (at least on human timescales) fashion? I should think the sheer amount of sunlight and absence of wayward, blood-filled wanderers will prevent any resuscitation.
JebusUD wrote: »
Dear Dr. Melding
Long time reader, first time writing! I am helping a friend in charge of a Tonberry correctional facility. What is the best way to reeducate them out of their kitchen knife stabbing ways? Should he invest in retractable knife props? Custom Nerf knives? Deep psychotherapy? They just can't seem to stop with the stabbing. Open to all suggestions.