For those who don't know, the Unabomber (according to Wikipedia) was a domestic terrorist, who between 1978 and 1995 killed 3 people and injured 23 others in an attempt to start a revolution by conducting a nationwide bombing campaign targeting people with modern technology. In conjunction with this effort, he issued a social critique opposing industrialization while advocating a nature-centered form of anarchism.
He was the subject of the longest and most expensive investigation in the history of the FBI. His brother turned him in, after he found out his brother was the Unabomber, which led to his arrest in 1996. After he pleaded guilty on all charges, he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
To think that I took 18 years, for the authorities to have caught The Unabomber should mean that the character of Bomb Voyage was allegory on this particular case. That means this scene could be much harsher in hindsight.
If any of the current people working at Pixar or Brad Bird who wrote and directed Incrediibles 1 and 2 are reading this, then might I suggest that when they make Incredibles 3, hopefully in 2022 or something like that, but less than the next 13 years at least, than they should make Bomb Voyage, the main villain, and that he would finally be caught by Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl and the other supers, after 15 years of supers going underground. That could be a reference to the search for the Unabomber.
Anyway, see you at the movies.