Primis wrote:Been gone since page
1551, what have I missed?
- What have you done with Timborme? Setting him loose in the TARDIS is just... well... you might as well have told him to click cookies! (Yeah, I know - he'd need to wait for it, but that's the game, isn't it?)
I'm glad you found Acts of the Clerics in its own time - that was a close one. Imagine the chaos that might have occurred if the Page Popes had been forcibly fixed in Time? We really dodged a bullet on that one, and once again, all is as it should be. You can't be too careful!
Love your otty2
! I am a bit puzzled about the "does it fit in an established category?" decision diamond. Shouldn't "yes" be "no"? Or is this another quantum effect?
mrob27 wrote:As is clear from your avatars even to the Present, @BlitzGirl's Boom-de-Yada was received with seaish approval.
Indeed. I think it would be fair to say that her Boom-de-Yada set the stage for the amazing rush of creativity and warmth that the thread turned into.@BlitzGirl
- Very wingish OTColored
! I love the sunset and stars. Also, if this
is your screen, I'm coming right over to drool! That is one seaish merrimac! Back in the old days I had a 21" 4x3 which was wonderful, especially compared with the toy-ish screens I was used to. It died, and I haven't had a chance to replace it, so I'm making do with what I have lying around, while dreaming of a three monitor setup each one the size of Utah. (I'm also dreaming of good eyesight, but that's another story!)
Kieryn wrote:This morning I made my first post outside of the OTT and I don't feel bad about it. My home is here, but you can't spend your whole life in bed as you might say.
Yeah, there's a sci-fi writer who said something like "Earth is the cradle of humanity, but we can't stay in the cradle forever". (Of course, he wasn't following Time at the time!) Many of us, especially those who were here before the Dawn of Time, post in Otherthreads. It's actually fun to run into otters there!
I did find the #newslide links you put here in Time very helpful. It's otherwise
easy to miss. It becomes a question of splitting attention. Posting the #newslides elsewhere kind of feels like splitting the Beatles up. On the other hand, John Lennon did well on his own. Until he was killed. Just sayin'. @balthasar_s
- O. M. R. that was chirpin' awesome! (chawsome?)
Of course in anticipation, I waited a half hour and didn't even find one changed pixel! But once uploaded and I was able to see it, Time was spoken for! The train ride to the moon reminds me so much of the Jules Verne film - and the telephone microphone - treeish! Love the Time Over Webcomic protocol - a new way to send sigcouragement?
So true, the line "There is no escape for you. You will
come back... and wait for it!"
And yes, nerd sniped. Foreign crennelated structure indeed! Very steakish job!
And the solo's like, the worst part.
I'm a useless lead guitarist, unless it's more lyrical melodic stuff. Can't do the fast shred stuff to save my life. Like, I'm really proud of the solo in One Thousand Posts since that's a slower, more soaring kinda thing, but this one was just me trying to pretend I can do metal soloing and not doing a very good job.
It was... not bad! Not bad at all!
Jose2Not a footnote, but the power of two. It's an otty of an otty. But you otty know that!