One moment, the foobs were in a teal-and-lavender monstrosity of a wedding, and the next they were propelled back into the past. But it was a different version of the past. What happened?
Oh, my. As bad as Liz feels now, she's gonna feel a lot worse once she realizes that she can't change things for the better. All she can do is helplessly watch as the unknown menace makes life even screwier.
The more I think about it, the worse it seems. 0_o
Interesting note: Kurt Vonnegut tried to write a story along the lines of this blog's main idea. The book's name is "Timequake," and while he considered it a failure (at least the first version of the book) I found it one of his more interesting books.Probably the one weakness of the book (as it came out) was it didn't really go over what happened to someone reliving their past without the ability to change anything about it. Vonnegut glossed over what would have been an interesting read (imho); you seem to be in a better position to explore what needs to be done here.
Funny you should mention Timequake, godozo. Both Timequake and Slaughterhouse-Five have been on my mind as I've thought about where to go with FOOBAR. :)
How much do you have planned out? I'm really interested to see where this goes. :)(and soon my roll of FOOB spin off blogs will be enormous!)
Sarah, I've got two more strips drawn and scheduled to self-post tomorrow morning and Tuesday. I haven't planned very much ahead, especially since I'm not 100% sure what direction this will take. :)
Ahhh...this is going to be an interesting blog. :D
Thanks, teleputty. :)
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