Post by Ribs, Suthers' Pal on Sept 24, 2014 14:34:33 GMT
The entire house was destroyed. The balcony had collapsed into itself, crushing the handcrafted mahogany table below. The wisps of a small fire emanated from the back, sourced from an electrical outlet. The chandelier had caught fire due to this, and fallen straight on to the priceless collection of antique vases. The guests lied dead, mouths agape. The first guest, the painter, had been crushed by a loose framed bear head that had been poorly hung from the wall she had been painting. The housekeeper, meanwhile, found himself impaled by a crossbow which had been incorrectly placed. This crossbow was set off by a rampaging jalopy which had burst through the window and hit it at just the right velocity to unfold the dangerous turn of events described here.
At that moment, there was a knocking at the chamber door. “Hello, I’m home!” Suthers said triumphantly after a hard day at work bringing home the bacon. As the door opened, his ecstatic grin quickly turned into a grimace.
“Actor Who Played William Stryker in the film X2:X-Men United!” He yelled, infuriated.
Brian Cox shrugged at him nonchalantly; just another day at home!
Post by Draculasaurus on Sept 24, 2014 15:25:47 GMT
This is great. It's very easy to picture this homey scene because Professor Brian looks like he'd be a very convincing cross-dresser. I imagine they'd have a Lucy/Desi relationship. Proffesor Brian would get into all kinds of trouble while Suthers was working at the Telescopa-Cabana.
Last Edit: Sept 25, 2014 4:01:42 GMT by Draculasaurus: typographical
Post by Ribs, Suthers' Pal on Sept 25, 2014 1:16:11 GMT
Brian Cox explained, “For me, the most astonishing wonder of the universe isn't a star or a planet or a galaxy.”
As he spoke to the lecture hall and live television audience, millions of people hung onto his every word.
“There are places out there, billions of places out there that we know nothing about,” he continued.
“You see, a long-standing and profound problem in astronomy is the difficulty in obtaining deep near-infrared observations due to the extreme brightness and variability of the night sky at these wavelengths.” He elaborated, jotting quick notes on the blackboard behind him. “A solution to this problem is crucial if we are to obtain the deepest possible observations of the early Universe, as redshifted starlight from distant galaxies appears at these wavelengths.”
Backstage, Suthers spoke into the mouthpiece expertly. “The principle of the FBG is that light propagating along an optical fibre can be made to undergo Fresnel reflections at many refractive index increments printed onto the fibre core,” he’d say, with the same exact words echoing back from the main stage.
Continuing his amazing display of astronomical knowledge, he then moved on, "With regards to the stars in our solar system, it is important to consider one thing; in the brain, millimeters of tissue can mean the difference between normal and impaired function.” He elaborated, “In Bronte's Jane Eyre, as in Gaskell's North and South, a Victorian woman's sense of Christian duty also restricts the heroine.”
The crowd guffawed in admiration at the amazing insight about our universe Brian Cox had provided.
“At last, I have fooled them,” though Brian Cox. “The ultimate performance; they actually think I am a highly accredited astrophysicist, rather than the actor that portrayed Dennis in Part Two of the 2009 version of Day of the Triffids.”
Suthers continued feeding him information of the highest merit. “A sports psychologist can help an athlete focus on goal setting, relaxation, motivation, communication, and focus, while also helping the athlete understand how criticism affects their performance, and how to cope with the negative criticism.”
He concluded, “The worst sin towards our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them: that's the essence of inhumanity. Curtius wrote about 'rhetorical landscape representations' while Serpieris speaks of 'la retorica al teatro' (the rhetorical use of theatrical space), and music historians have learned that the language and approach of musical theory in the Middle Ages were borrowed directly from medieval grammar and rhetoric.”
Suthers, the world’s most intelligent man, had fooled the world yet again with his latest puppet.
Nervously Agent Suthers inched into the sparkling white room. A figure sat on the bed, coldly appraising him.
"Shall I tell you why you have come to me, Agent Suthers?"
"How could you know that?"
Behind the bars, Brian Cox took a deep sniff of air. "You are nervous, Agent Suthers, making your sweat mingle with the Hai Karate knock off perfume you bought in an airport in San Diego. Under you arm is a file of information about that notorious psychopath that everyone is seeking, but only you are a sufficiently trained, experienced officer, used to deal ing with such - unusual subjects. You caught me, didn't you? And now you are stuck, so you come to me for help."
"I'm not afraid of you."
"Oh aren't you?" came the teasing reply, "The spreading patch of piss down your trousers says otherwise. Agent Suthers."
"Give me what I need to know and I can arrange for some extra comforts in your cell. A telescope? Those little glowing star shaped stickers on your ceiling."
Cox considered a while.
"Sounds too good a deal to turn down. Pass the file through and I'll see what you have got."
"Can I trust you?"
"Of course, Agent Suthers. Do I look as if I'm busy? Going somewhere?"
Suthers passed the file through the bars. Cox leafed through, coldly gloating over the images. A map of Ireland, a mysterious white van, a copy of a bright yellow cookbook.
"I think I'll be able to help you find this one" he uttered.
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