From an urban fantasy alternate history:
"Hold on a moment," said Simmons, frowning. "Read that description again."
did so. "Why? What’s wrong?"
"It sounds like a flying saucer, almost."
"We’re talking about UFOs," said Simmons flatly. "Nazi UFOs. I suppose next we’ll head off to their moon base, where they’re keeping Tesla captive?"
"Don’t be silly, Tesla’s not captive anymore," said Vincent in an isn’t-it-obvious tone of voice. "Someone that smart and that crazy? He broke out and is ruling them with his cloned cyborg T-rexes. Which are psychic," he added.
"Joke all you want," said Simmons, waving his arms, "but that doesn’t change the fact that this is supposed to be a serious scientific expedition, and yet we’re talking about mother. Fucking. Nazi. U. F. Os."
"He said to the head scientist, who was a magical lizard," said Vincent. Simmons turned red as Vincent leafed forward some more.
edited 11th Dec '12 9:00:04 AM by TeraChimera
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