This is the kind of stuff I think about, and when I tell my imaginary friends about it, they all tell me to “get a life”.
vote LoSRH here
On the other hand, it must be lucrative selling cement and rebar. Contractors probably live like kings.
I see what you did there with the lady reporter’s name… Lois lane was played by Margot kidder in the movies and by Erica Durance in Smallville, wasn’t it?
On-screen: “After much funding, and a series of video interviews, our extensive and very expensive research shows a direct correllation between major property damage by supervillain attacks, and the rise in demand of construction workers.”
Off-screen: “I’m off to build my kick-ass space elevator, bitches!”
Wow. He must be/have been something really special to get both a bank and a road named after him.
I mean, you don’t see anyone asking for directions to Asstronomous Ave, do you?
That’s because nobody wants to live in ass avenue
Why not? There are already people living in Mianus after all.
And yes, it’s pronounced exactly as you think it is.
Think of all those poor workers that have to clean up that mess.
It’s like seeing an expensive sports car get destroyed in a movie. Although it has nothing to do with you, you just have to cringe.
Marvel had a comic about the people responsible for reconstructing the stuff those battles destroy. If I remember correctly it was named Damage Control. Good subject but lousily done, both times they tried.
You know how the building codes in Los Angeles all require any construction to be earthquake-proof?
Well, it seems that a city up to its eyeballs in supervillains would pass ordinances requiring all construction to be able to withstand direct meteor impacts, at the very least.
An episode of the PowerPuff Girls covered this topic from the insurance companies’ point of views; that reporter reminds me of the Anchor from the Tick, Brian Pinhead, (pronounced “pin-aid”)*he he he*
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