Today I’ve begun assembling an army of translucent jelly blobs. As you can imagine, these are no ordinary jelly blobs, unless of course jelly blobs are ordinarily translucent…
What good is an army of translucent jelly blobs?
Jelly blobs are low maintenance. Jelly blobs don’t need much exercise and hardly take up any space. Simply assemble an aquatic sea-farm and you’re good to go. Jelly blobs are also translucent, so they won’t obstruct you’re view.
How will these jelly blobs help you take over the world?
As far as armies go, these jelly blobs are state of the art. How many countries have cloaking technology? These stealthy blobs are cheap as jello and completely undetectable. Unless you see a jelly blob, you’ll never know it’s there.
What sort of diabolical plan is in store for the jelly blobs?
The best tactic going forward is to launch the jelly blobs in the general direction of Antarctica. Their voyage will be peaceful. They will frolic with the fishes. Nobody will suspect a thing, until it’s too late…
Maybe nobody will suspect a thing because there is nobody is Antarctica…
There is something in Antarctica. Lots and lots of ice.
On my command, the jelly blobs will merge together into an enormous, structurally sound pentagon-shaped lens. They will use their translucent bodies to magnify sunlight, the same way a magnifying glass can be used to start a fire.
They will melt the polar ice caps and flood the Earth. That is of course unless I receive 100 billion dollars.
muhaha. (see threatening image below.)