I can see the future — well ok maybe not but hear me out. A few weeks ago I wrote about a fictional, frivolous, and funny lawsuit against Iron Man. It was my first (and so far only) Blog Battle entry.
So imagine my surprise when my fingers stumbled across this non fictional, (non) frivolous, (non) funny lawsuit about Iron Man’s armor.*
As far as psychic abilities go, predicting lawsuits isn’t really a great skill. I’d much rather predict winning lottery numbers or help fight crime, like Patrick Jane or even Shawn Spencer. Admittedly, this might not even be a psychic premonition.
But it is, at the very least, a really cool coincidence, a “what are the odds of that” kind of thing — a sign. And while I don’t believe in psychics, I do believe in signs. Signs like in, The Alchemist, not so much like in the, Celestine Prophecy.
I mean, the odds of randomly writing a fictional lawsuit about Iron Man weeks before an actual lawsuit about Iron Man is filed, have got to be pretty high or pretty low. What I mean is, any way you look at it — it’s pretty strange. Squint really hard, and it’s sorta paranormal.
Now if only there was a way to see me getting some money out of this – that really would be paranormal.
So while my “psychic” abilities may not make me rich, they might just make you laugh which is another reason to read Chic Prune. C’mon, Indian Macgyver “Psychic” Blogger, is a great idea for a tv show now that The Mentalist and Psych are over.
*The complaint’s worth a click because it includes images in exhibits a & b.
This post preempted the one I had originally scheduled. So check back this Friday for, Monster of the Week: An Open Letter to Steven Moffat and Dr. Who.
Illustration by B. Mac’
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