This is just day 2 but it’s pretty fun. This one’s a little Rhinoceros-y. #chaos #halogensgiveyoubraincancer
(In the home of Leopold & Henry)
HENRY: “New study correlates halogen light bulbs to brain cancer.”
LEOPOLD: Told you.
HENRY: This is old news, Leo. Haven’t you seen the riots?
HENRY: Siri, show me footage of the riots in Montreal.
LEOPOLD: … oh, shit.
HENRY: Yeah, intense, eh? And the article is clearly bullshit!
LEOPOLD: It is?
HENRY: It says a statistic suggests a high correlation. AKA Bullshit.
LEOPOLD: I know….
LEOPOLD: I faked the statistic.
HENRY: It was your statistic?!
LEOPOLD: I was handed them the day after we had our argument! I was like, clearly it’s fated! so I messed with the numbers a bit, and showed it to my newspaper friend.
HENRY: You single-handedly caused these riots.
LEOPOLD: I-I-I can fix it! I’ll call them right now, tell them there was a glitch in the system and the stats were messed up. I might not even lose my job!
HENRY: Good luck.
LEOPOLD: The lines are dead. Why are the lines dead?
HENRY: Oh, fuck. Things got turned up a notch. Look.
LEOPOLD: Explosions downtown? For light bulbs?!
HENRY: You better get to a radio station or something.
LEOPOLD: … No.
LEOPOLD: No, I must do nothing.
HENRY: What are you talking about?
LEOPOLD: It’s mayhem. I can only let it burn. Maybe – maybe it’s like a forest fire. It’s good for … everything. Eventually.
HENRY: Leo, I’m going to need you to stop talking like an insane person or I’m leaving you.
LEOPOLD: No, Henry. It was meant to be! Can’t you see? Our debate, me getting those exact stats the next day, the over-reaction? Do you really believe in coincidence?
HENRY: I don’t know you any more.
LEOPOLD: Indeed. Leopold is gone. I’m an agent of chaos now.
HENRY: Welp. Bye!
LEOPOLD: Good luck….