Question is, will the China/India WW3 break out before or after Korean War 2: Peninsula Pandemic Panic?

Is it a world war if the US does not participate?

I would assume yes, since both WWI and WWII were considered world wars before America joined in, though they did offer assistance from afar. Hence the British quote “Filthy Americans, always showing up late to every war…”

Bonus points to whoever can source the quote without a search engine ;)

My view- I’m not concerned that North Korea will start a nuclear war with the United States, because I think that it will never happen.

BBC News [TM] received, or heard, this statement from the Government of The People’s Republic of China-
China said to North Korea- If the US starts a nuclear war with you, we will back you completely.

If [you] start a nuclear war with the United States, then you are totally on your own. You do that, + you won’t get our military support, or any of our support.

If you start a nuclear war with the US, we won’t help you at all, because that will be a useless and costly war.

It won’t be WW3 it will be just a regional war.

WW1 and WW2 where called wars because fighting took place on every continent.

Canada and Australia got involved the moment the UK got involved in WW1 and WW2 that’s 3 continents not to mention all the other territories controlled by the European empires at the time.

Fighting happened in the oceans off of South America the sinking of the Graf Spee for example.

That’s why they where called world wars regardless of which nations where involved.

So unless the Chinese and Indian military start fighting throughout the America’s, Europe and Africa it won’t be a world war.

“Until the world forgets about us again completely.” I feel like I’ve heard that before. One of those various Marvel Civil War things?

I think the photos are a brilliant idea.
China and Russia will have to duke it out for the #1 slot. Since the US has abdicated.

I’m just being silly, here, but-
The US lost it’s place as The Number 1…what???

Like Gallager says- in MY high school,…”number 1″, and “number 2”,were TWO things that you didn’t want to be.

The best way to lose weight, in my experience, is to manage three things at once: clean up your diet, get some cardio, build up some muscles.

Clean up your diet: what worked for me was cutting way back on “evil white foods”: white sugar, white rice, white flour. Try to eat more “whole” foods: whole wheat flour, fruits, vegetables. The good news: you can eat as much protein as you like. If you would like to eat seconds, go ahead; but make it seconds of your meat dish. If you can, it’s best to eat five or even six smaller meals rather than two or three bigger ones; this can help speed up your metabolism, and it may help your body to become truly convinced that you don’t need your fat reserves and it’s okay to let go of them. (Brutal starvation diets don’t work, as the body tries to hold onto its reserves.)

For cardio, if you are out of shape I’d recommend simply walking. Get some shoes that are good for it, and walk. If you have trouble with heat, maybe go walking at night. (My thing is bicycling so that’s my favorite cardio.) Cardio helps speed up your metabolism to burn more calories.

For building muscle, I dunno, maybe check YouTube for some body-weight exercises you can do at home. (In the past I went to a gym, but I’m assuming you can’t right now.) The basic idea is to increase your muscle mass, because muscles burn calories all day and all night.

I got all the above from a book called _Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle_ by Tom Venuto. That book helped me more than anything else ever did. I’ll give you the URL with the disclaimer that I have no relationship with Tom Venuto other than having bought the book myself and used its advice successfully.


P.S. I continue to enjoy this storyline. Your comic isn’t like any other and that’s amazing. Thanks for making one of my favorite comics.

By the way, the hardest thing for me was letting go of the sugar. I used to drink iced soymilk mochas every day… 400 Calories, almost all of it from white sugar. Some days I even drank two. I was actually addicted, I think, and it was very hard to quit. My health improved… my blood triglycerides level was worrisome and it went down after I cut way back on sugar.

I started drinking espresso shots, no sugar, no milk, just the espresso. At first it was like taking medicine. After a month I learned to like them. Now I drink black coffee, just so I can enjoy the taste a little longer. So I went from 400 or 800 Calories of Hershey’s syrup and soy milk, to zero calories, every day. It was worth it in the end.

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