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What is this `Simpsons Evolution`???As many of you followers have been seeing has been a rag-tag collection of sketches and frenetic colorings, but what haven't been treated to is the story behind the Simpson family, 24 years beyond the current canon...so, for the first time, this is what goes on in this worldly spinoff that connects all this "art" together.
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First and foremost, the tone of this spin off is NOTHING like the past 20 seasons of the Simpsons--if the tone was to be compared to the current show, the tone would feel like something out of the first two seasons: A bit brooding, gritty and semi-realistic. (Now, if you're thinking those are the worst two seasons because they're the most boring, please quit reading right now.) In 'Simpsons Evolution', the tone of the series isn't based on random, attempted gags, contrived guest stars or Homer being hurt over and over. Here, the tone is a dark w/cynical humor that's based on the characters and how they relate to the world and each other.
The Safe Bet - part 41 pm
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“Juliette, darling, never ask me to do that again,” Diana said as they met in Juliette’s room.
“Trust me, I never want to do it again either,” Ju said with a sigh. “But at least we saw the pattern,
“They close off one row at a time, and empty three machines into a large strong box on wheels, slide door on the top and main lock on the side. They then take it through the red doors at the side – guarded by two armed security men at all times.”
“I concur,” Sandy said, “and to be honest, I do not think we should worry about the coins – save to provide a diversion if need be. It would just take far too long, tempting as it may be to try.”
“Hmm,” Juliette said. “I’ll think things over. How about the access issue?”
“I watched the cleaning staff earlier – master keycards for all of them. If, as I suspect, we need to
Dress Down FridayThe challenge had been issued to the staff of Simpson, Place and Simpson the week before, in an e-mail sent round by the general manager.
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Next Friday will officially be our annual dress down for business Friday. In return for a donation of £10, staff will not need to wear business clothes, but may attend in ‘smart casual’ attire. Naturally, we expect a sense of modicum in dress at all times.
Nadia had been the first to arrive that morning. Because of her faith, she always had her head covered, and normally she wore a smart jacket over a long dress, with only her face showing. Today, however, she walked in wearing what for her was a surprising outfit.
She took off her coat to reveal a blue men’s shirt, with white cuffs, worn over a black roll neck sweater, a pair of grey trousers with a thin brown belt, and the legs tucked into knee length brown leather boots with straps at the side. The really striking thing, however, was the