Swatkatfan21 wrote:I always thought Hackle high intelligence had an affect on how he saw right and wrong. He seemed like the kind of person who felt like an idea from someone as smart as himself could never be wrong.
That would actually be a plausible explanation of why such a peace lover created so many devastating weapons. Maybe when he was younger, Hackle didn't have the scruples he has today--but then he realized how destructive his inventions were, and he's been trying to make up for it ever since...
Swatkatfan21 wrote:I have two friends who remind me of Hackle as they are too smart for their own good. Let's just say if I ever start to kill over I hope it's not with them around. Last things I would hear are: 'There's still time to operate,' and 'that's just the part I need!'
Which would result in me waking up with my head in a jar hooked to a robot gorilla body. "We made you better Justin!" *ding* "and the bagel toaster we installed in your chest works wonderfully!"
The Swat Kats were lucky they only had one super smart guy whose IQ obscured right and wrong. I'm stuck with two. Sigh, I just hope they don't turn me into a human-robot-gorilla-butler.
If you don't want to be friends with these guys, introduce them to me. They sound pretty cool!