More of Scrooge's surplus rubbish
9475609 at arran.sms.edinburgh.ac.uk
Mon Dec 5 18:58:15 CET 1994
Some more stuff for Don:
A) Scrooge's itching powder from WDC&S 104.
B) Scrooge's disguises from WDC&S 159.
C) That newspaper announcing Flintheart Glomgold as the
world's richest duck, which Scrooge found in US 15 (that is, if he
didn't tear it up). Perhaps with a note taped to it, "Problem taken
care of," or some such.
D) A sign from when Scrooge ran for treasurer in US 8.
E) A sign from when Scrooge ran for mayor (and failed) in
WDC&S 199 (or wherever, I mean the smoke story).
F) That rock with the moss on it from the Unicorn story, but
with more of the moss eaten off than before.
G) Do I recall some story in which Scrooge was paid for
something in (you name the island)'s currency, that being huge, stone
wagon wheels? I wouldn't put that in my money bin if I might clonk
my head on it while swimming. Better put it here. Or maybe that was
a Van Horn story?
H) A book on cormorant language from when Scrooge was a yak
I) A pile of valueless Castrovian Rubleniks (US 36).
J) Scrooge's OLD glasses from prior to "The Money Well."
K) One of the sagging bags that got McDuck's Baghdad bag
factory in bad with the Bagdad bigdads (US 65).
L) The disguise Scrooge wore in Unsteadystan, US 64.
M) The doctored newspaper announcing fish being used for
money, OS 456.
N) Metal wreckage left over from briefly having the money bin on
wheels (in that 4-pager about the virtues of 'progress').
O) The old flags from when Scrooge created McDuckland (US 14,
YOUR story, Don.)
P) The used cannon ball that wrecked the safe in WDC&S 134.
Scrooge would never get rid of a cannon ball that had been returned
to him when he might be able to use it again. But I think this is
going a little bit off the deep end.
Q) That money-sorting machine from the cover of US 11. I
can't imagine Scrooge would have kept using THAT for long.
R) The bike-saucer U$ bought from Gyro in "The Stubborn
Just what is this story about? And how are you going to deal
with all of this debris? Is it just background gags for the story,
or something more for it?
"Are you sure that what you saw wasn't a flying saucer? Or a
few pig-faced purple people eaters?"
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