Welcome to the miserable world of PROMETHEUS…

March 2, 2011

Bad seat

Filed under: Eagle, Prometheus — Tags: , , , , , — prometheuscomic @ 9:42 pm

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  1. The TV (as well as the truck from the previous episode and the watch from last week) raise an interesting question: Prometheus lived a looong time ago (back when humankind was gifted fire)
    So is it safe to assume that he lived all those years to present day.

    Question1. Is his wife immortal as well? Dont think so. But for arguments sake, lets say she is, hasnt she ever considered getting rid of that old gown and those sandals?

    Also, she would be forever that age and his kid aswell then. Imagine having a kid that is forever a kid. Ahum.

    Question2. If his wife isn’t immortal then how and when did he find her? She could be the “nth” wife for all we know.
    How did they meet? He cant go on a date..

    Question3. Is that eagle also immortal?

    Hmm.. i feel i should stop thinking about this any further 😛

    Comment by Mr C — March 3, 2011 @ 12:52 pm

    • Just give up. I tried this. Do not attempt logic. Just give up.

      Comment by joeick — March 5, 2011 @ 2:04 am

  2. The eagle ate the almighty liver of youth and liver might be one of Prometheus’ wife’s fetishes. >.<

    Comment by Obiani — March 3, 2011 @ 4:07 pm

  3. Question 1. Sandals and gown for Prometheus’ wife are a must (at least thats what he puts in his ‘men seeking women’ adverts. And as for Prometheus’ kid, then he has his daddy’s genes – hence MUST be immortal.
    Question 2. Xth Wife could have come for a date to Prometheus rock.. although nights in/out would probably blend into one..
    Question 3. Eagle feeding off part of Prometheus, hence he is feeding on immortality (if you are sick enuf to have a conversation with the person you are eating you might as well get something in return).

    .. makes sense?

    Comment by saggy — March 8, 2011 @ 5:21 pm

  4. Thats just FUNNY! Thanks, Bryan Staub

    Comment by Bryan Staub — March 19, 2011 @ 7:42 pm


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