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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:00 pm UTC
by elementropy
buffygirl wrote:(snip)

Hmmmm, not sure about this proposed branching out into modes of food delivery other than that of the Sandwich... although an omlette is rather like a sandwich, and I certainly love Greek omlettes. But an omlette is not CALLED a sandwich, and the name of the omlette is breakfast, although the name is called food, bearing in mind, of course, that the omlette is egg.

I must think on this.


I would be honoured with any title, but I must admit that as a coeliac, I'm nervous about the uncertainty of whether becoming a sandwich would cure that annoying wrinkle in my diet, or spin me into the eternal torment of being allergic to myself. Thus my less-orthodox request.

(so no pressure.)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:03 pm UTC
by buffygirl
elementropy wrote:
buffygirl wrote:(snip)

Hmmmm, not sure about this proposed branching out into modes of food delivery other than that of the Sandwich... although an omlette is rather like a sandwich, and I certainly love Greek omlettes. But an omlette is not CALLED a sandwich, and the name of the omlette is breakfast, although the name is called food, bearing in mind, of course, that the omlette is egg.

I must think on this.


I would be honoured with any title, but I must admit that as a coeliac, I'm nervous about the uncertainty of whether becoming a sandwich would cure that annoying wrinkle in my diet, or spin me into the eternal torment of being allergic to myself. Thus my less-orthodox request.

(so no pressure.)

How about gluten-free bread?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:05 pm UTC
by RobIrr
Image

He's going for more ..

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:08 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
He's bringing up sand to make the sandcastle on the wooden porch.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:11 pm UTC
by elementropy
buffygirl wrote:(snip)
How about gluten-free bread?

If it's peanut-butter and jelly on Udi's, you've got yourself a deal. I've tasted some pretty terrible gluten-free breads in my time.

Shepherdess wrote:He's bringing up sand to make the sandcastle on the wooden porch.

Or perhaps a bucket of sandwiches?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:17 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
elementropy wrote:
buffygirl wrote:(snip)
How about gluten-free bread?

If it's peanut-butter and jelly on Udi's, you've got yourself a deal. I've tasted some pretty terrible gluten-free breads in my time.

Shepherdess wrote:He's bringing up sand to make the sandcastle on the wooden porch.

Or perhaps a bucket of sandwiches?


Eurgh. I can't stand Udi's. Love Glutino's whole grain, though.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:19 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
Hermesdfo wrote:Around the same time Time (haha) showed up, I was reading a book (Pattern Recognition, by William Gibson) and a part of it takes place in a forum. It was almost scary to read about us, Initiates Of Time, in physical pages. Also, has anyone thought of Apophenia? I didn't even knew a word existed for our behaviour!!!


Of course. This whole needle-pulling thing is but a bucket of over-flowing pattern-creating aprophenia, in recursive patterns of semensandcancerbabywatercoffeetonerpixelices, endlessly curving in on themselves.

It's only appropriate. So I'd call it more like appropriphena.

But the real tricky part is getting your mind around the concept of this thread as "physical" pages...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:19 pm UTC
by buffygirl
Shepherdess wrote:
elementropy wrote:
buffygirl wrote:(snip)
How about gluten-free bread?

If it's peanut-butter and jelly on Udi's, you've got yourself a deal. I've tasted some pretty terrible gluten-free breads in my time.

Shepherdess wrote:He's bringing up sand to make the sandcastle on the wooden porch.

Or perhaps a bucket of sandwiches?


Eurgh. I can't stand Udi's. Love Glutino's whole grain, though.

Uhhhhh ... what are Udi's?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:21 pm UTC
by htom
elementropy wrote:
buffygirl wrote:(snip)
How about gluten-free bread?

If it's peanut-butter and jelly on Udi's, you've got yourself a deal. I've tasted some pretty terrible gluten-free breads in my time.

Shepherdess wrote:He's bringing up sand to make the sandcastle on the wooden porch.

Or perhaps a bucket of sandwiches?


You have my sympathy with the gluten-free bread problem. I bake bread at home, and because I have family and friends who need it, I have tried for years to find good recipes for gluten-free breads (and cakes), with little success. "Pretty terrible" is gentler than my frequent description, "horrid inedible mess."

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:23 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
buffygirl wrote:
Shepherdess wrote:
elementropy wrote:
buffygirl wrote:(snip)
How about gluten-free bread?

If it's peanut-butter and jelly on Udi's, you've got yourself a deal. I've tasted some pretty terrible gluten-free breads in my time.

Shepherdess wrote:He's bringing up sand to make the sandcastle on the wooden porch.

Or perhaps a bucket of sandwiches?


Eurgh. I can't stand Udi's. Love Glutino's whole grain, though.

Uhhhhh ... what are Udi's?


Udi's and Glutino are brands of gluten-free breads. Well, I know Glutino makes a lot of gluten-free products, not sure if Udi's makes anything else.

Oh! I've had Udi's blueberry muffins, but they were horribly sweet to the point of being inedible. Unfortunately, that's a problem with GF foods. To compensate for the lack of taste, they overload it with sugar. I thought Celiac would cause me to lose weight, but for a year as I was chowing down on rice flour macaroni and what have you until I caught on, I gained quite a lot of weight that I still haven't managed to shed.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:29 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
BlitzGirl wrote:Quest progress: 247 out of 315 pages.
Recursion. NP 403.

Angelastic wrote:Message for BlitzGirl: If you add a note from yourself in your signature knighting yourself as a Knight Temporal, post to the present, then read the sig back in the past, you will officially become a Knight Temporal (knighted by your beknighted future self, for only a knight can knight a knight.)

Very well. I, BlitzGirl, Knight Temporal of the One True Comic, bestow upon thee, BlitzGirl, traverser of the thread of Time, the Knighthood Temporal, in recognition of true pilgrimage, perseverance, and pride in Time. Arise, and continue on thy Quest! Many newpages await thee still

I pledge to continue on my journey, my brothers and sisters in Time, and I hope you will make it an interesting path to travel.


All Hail Sir/Dame* BlitzGirl, First of the Knights Temporal! We, your fellow Knights, salute you, oh Most Regal Reader of Time!!!!


*BlitzGirl's preference titular** statement pending...
** Heh heh... He said "titular"...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:29 pm UTC
by elementropy
Shepherdess wrote:
buffygirl wrote:
Shepherdess wrote:Eurgh. I can't stand Udi's. Love Glutino's whole grain, though.

Uhhhhh ... what are Udi's?

Udi's and Glutino are brands of gluten-free breads. Well, I know Glutino makes a lot of gluten-free products, not sure if Udi's makes anything else.

Oh! I've had Udi's blueberry muffins, but they were horribly sweet to the point of being inedible. Unfortunately, that's a problem with GF foods. To compensate for the lack of taste, they overload it with sugar. I thought Celiac would cause me to lose weight, but for a year as I was chowing down on rice flour macaroni and what have you until I caught on, I gained quite a lot of weight that I still haven't managed to shed.

I like using Udi's gluten-free whole grain for sandwiches, (although it's best grilled) and will eat the cinnamon raisin any way/shape/form. Glutino bread is not easily found in my town, although some of their other products are.
I mostly cook from scratch, so I usually don't overload myself with processed "compensators"--but bread is something I haven't re-taught myself to make well, now that I can't use wheat. (I used to make fantastic pizza and bread)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:30 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
StratPlayer wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:Quest progress: 247 out of 315 pages.
Recursion. NP 403.

Angelastic wrote:Message for BlitzGirl: If you add a note from yourself in your signature knighting yourself as a Knight Temporal, post to the present, then read the sig back in the past, you will officially become a Knight Temporal (knighted by your beknighted future self, for only a knight can knight a knight.)

Very well. I, BlitzGirl, Knight Temporal of the One True Comic, bestow upon thee, BlitzGirl, traverser of the thread of Time, the Knighthood Temporal, in recognition of true pilgrimage, perseverance, and pride in Time. Arise, and continue on thy Quest! Many newpages await thee still

I pledge to continue on my journey, my brothers and sisters in Time, and I hope you will make it an interesting path to travel.


All Hail Sir/Dame* BlitzGirl, First of the Knights Temporal! We, your fellow Knights, salute you, oh Most Regal Reader of Time!!!!


*BlitzGirl's preference titular** statement pending...
** Heh heh... He said "titular"...


All Hail BlitzGirl!

The River is small!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:30 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
Shepherdess wrote:
buffygirl wrote:
Shepherdess wrote:
elementropy wrote:
buffygirl wrote:(snip)
How about gluten-free bread?

If it's peanut-butter and jelly on Udi's, you've got yourself a deal. I've tasted some pretty terrible gluten-free breads in my time.

Shepherdess wrote:He's bringing up sand to make the sandcastle on the wooden porch.

Or perhaps a bucket of sandwiches?


Eurgh. I can't stand Udi's. Love Glutino's whole grain, though.

Uhhhhh ... what are Udi's?


Udi's and Glutino are brands of gluten-free breads


Huh... I thought they were Israeli automatic weapons...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:31 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
Shepherdess wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:Quest progress: 247 out of 315 pages.
Recursion. NP 403.

Angelastic wrote:Message for BlitzGirl: If you add a note from yourself in your signature knighting yourself as a Knight Temporal, post to the present, then read the sig back in the past, you will officially become a Knight Temporal (knighted by your beknighted future self, for only a knight can knight a knight.)

Very well. I, BlitzGirl, Knight Temporal of the One True Comic, bestow upon thee, BlitzGirl, traverser of the thread of Time, the Knighthood Temporal, in recognition of true pilgrimage, perseverance, and pride in Time. Arise, and continue on thy Quest! Many newpages await thee still

I pledge to continue on my journey, my brothers and sisters in Time, and I hope you will make it an interesting path to travel.


All Hail Sir/Dame* BlitzGirl, First of the Knights Temporal! We, your fellow Knights, salute you, oh Most Regal Reader of Time!!!!


*BlitzGirl's preference titular** statement pending...
** Heh heh... He said "titular"...


All Hail BlitzGirl!

The River is small!


The SEA is Big!!!

EDITED for correctness. D'oh!!!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:34 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
Correct what, Sir Vincent? *I* certainly didn't see any faux pas made. *cough*

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:38 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
Shepherdess wrote:Correct what, Sir Vincent? *I* certainly didn't see any faux pas made. *cough*


Why, of course not Dame Not-Bob. Sometimes it's good just to preemptively edit to correct potential future faux pas'esses. One can never be too sure, Time being the powerful thing that it is...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:39 pm UTC
by tman2nd
Shepherdess wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:Quest progress: 247 out of 315 pages.
Recursion. NP 403.

Angelastic wrote:Message for BlitzGirl: If you add a note from yourself in your signature knighting yourself as a Knight Temporal, post to the present, then read the sig back in the past, you will officially become a Knight Temporal (knighted by your beknighted future self, for only a knight can knight a knight.)

Very well. I, BlitzGirl, Knight Temporal of the One True Comic, bestow upon thee, BlitzGirl, traverser of the thread of Time, the Knighthood Temporal, in recognition of true pilgrimage, perseverance, and pride in Time. Arise, and continue on thy Quest! Many newpages await thee still

I pledge to continue on my journey, my brothers and sisters in Time, and I hope you will make it an interesting path to travel.


All Hail Sir/Dame* BlitzGirl, First of the Knights Temporal! We, your fellow Knights, salute you, oh Most Regal Reader of Time!!!!


*BlitzGirl's preference titular** statement pending...
** Heh heh... He said "titular"...


All Hail BlitzGirl!

The River is small!

The Sea is big!!!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:47 pm UTC
by buffygirl
elementropy wrote:
Spoiler:
buffygirl wrote:(snip)

Hmmmm, not sure about this proposed branching out into modes of food delivery other than that of the Sandwich... although an omlette is rather like a sandwich, and I certainly love Greek omlettes. But an omlette is not CALLED a sandwich, and the name of the omlette is breakfast, although the name is called food, bearing in mind, of course, that the omlette is egg.

I must think on this.


I would be honoured with any title, but I must admit that as a coeliac, I'm nervous about the uncertainty of whether becoming a sandwich would cure that annoying wrinkle in my diet, or spin me into the eternal torment of being allergic to myself. Thus my less-orthodox request.

(so no pressure.)

I, Arch-Cardinal BuffyGirl, have thought long and hard1 upon your request, elementropy, and in my infinite fairness and goodness, I have decided to grant your request. But be it known to all that I do not make this exception lightly, and only due to medical necessity do I do so.

Thus I, Timewaiter Arch-Cardinal Buffygirl, She who Rises From The Flames Like A Phoenix To Continue With Her Pursuit of Hat Perfection, do hereby make you, Elementropy, A Greek Omelette with Fries and Tomato Juice, Hold-the-toast-please in the Order of Breakfast. *poof* May your future be bright and full of yummy breakfasts.

1 heh heh, she said hard

ninja-edited several times cuz I didn't like my phrasing

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:54 pm UTC
by kryton
River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:56 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
Tom Ames wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:So, just to make sure I understand this... Your nose is out of joint because the discussion about a web COMIC is not taken seriously enough????

Quoted EDITED to re-add the relevant part you removed (even though I misused "than" instead of the correct "then":

Perhaps the "meaning and interpretation" of said comic is to smile, laugh, and not take ourselves quite so pompously and self-important? Than, methinks this thread achieves that goal admirably!



That's right, though inelegantly stated.


It's an individual choice as to what they decide to get their nose out of joint* over... It can also be that individual's choice to lax, re-lax, and then perhaps help to improve things by offering contributions of the type they might consider more on-topic, insightful, and beneficial to all. Add whatever discussion you might care to find here. It's more than welcome. Join us!

*Or "panties in a knot", "burr under their saddle", "bee in their bonnet" or whatever other inelegant euphemism you might prefer...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:56 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
kryton wrote:River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.


I think we decided manu NewPages ago that River Tam was the correct one, didn't we?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:00 pm UTC
by spamjam
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:00 pm UTC
by histrion
kryton wrote:River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.


The only water in the One True Comic is the river.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:01 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
StratPlayer wrote:
kryton wrote:River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.


I think we decided manu NewPages ago that River Tam was the correct one, didn't we?


Any other River is blasphemy.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:02 pm UTC
by SBN
histrion wrote:
kryton wrote:River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.


The only water in the One True Comic is the river.

What is in the sea?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:05 pm UTC
by AionArap
partingLance wrote:
manvandmaan wrote:
partingLance wrote:manvandmaan, are you sure you wouldn't be happier in the Western Paradox Church? You're definitely working our corner. Which, of course, and contrary to all expectations including our own, we officially support, and unofficially condemn.

We, the Sandmasons/nobody in particular, are not a religious organization and also therefore our members/People who we do not know can join any other religion that exist/does not exist.

How is one initiated in the Western Paradox Church?


Well, in what one might call the Pioneering Period, when it was by way of being the Wild-Western Church, one could be uninitiated simply by denying that one had any interest whatsoever in being a member...

manvandmaan wrote:
vvn wrote:
AionArap wrote:Welcome.

Now send me all your money.

No, really. I am not a Sandmason, I have never declared myself to be a Sandmason!

Spoken like a true Sandmason! Welcome!


... rather like a certain secular organization I could name. Then, for a time, the Church applied a more rigorous standard, and one had to produce a paradox of some originality.

But lately, there have been disturbing developments...

Flado wrote:Citing old age, the Patriarch of the Western Paradox Church resigns his post and intends to stop trying to come up with contradictions.


edo wrote:By the powers not vested in me, I the Revered Apostate of the Eastern Paradox Church, trebuchet BlitzGirl sole cardinal of the Eastern Paradox faith, until such time that she reads this post. The Eastern Paradox Cardinals must at such time choose from amongst these cardinals, a new Patriarch by unanimous vote.


(emphasis added)

... which suggest to me that the Church of yore, indeed of my youth in the West that is forgotten, may have passed rapidly through its Establishment, and into its Decadent or Declining Phase. Sic transit gloria ecclesia1, I suppose, and perhaps it's time I put away childish things. But I'll not join the Sandmasons, nossir, not if threatened with a beach-bucket and plastic shovel2.

1. Anyone knowledgeable in barbaric Outside languages may correct my "Latin" at will.
2. How about it? Would a non-application in this form fail to disqualify me for un-, or perhaps dis-membership? Please to note, I can also raise and send along twice3 the money I currently possess.
3. Recalling of course that 2x0=0.


Welcome to the Brotherhood good sir, now send me all your future money (before tax).

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:08 pm UTC
by elementropy
buffygirl wrote:I, Arch-Cardinal BuffyGirl, have thought long and hard1 upon your request, elementropy, and in my infinite fairness and goodness, I have decided to grant your request. But be it known to all that I do not make this exception lightly, and only due to medical necessity do I do so.

Thus I, Timewaiter Arch-Cardinal Buffygirl, She who Rises From The Flames Like A Phoenix To Continue With Her Pursuit of Hat Perfection, do hereby make you, Elementropy, A Greek Omelette with Fries and Tomato Juice, Hold-the-toast-please in the Order of Breakfast. *poof* May your future be bright and full of yummy breakfasts.

1 heh heh, she said hard

ninja-edited several times cuz I didn't like my phrasing

Thank you, O She-who-thinks-long-and-hard, for making me Breakfast.
You clearly belong among the ranks of those saintly folk who, on many occasions, have disregarded their restaurants' clearly stated policies by serving me egg-based dishes after 11:00 am.
I shall savour the honour of your neighbourly valour, this day and in the futoure.2

2 clearly houw that spelling roule is suppoused to wourk.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:08 pm UTC
by histrion
SBN wrote:
histrion wrote:
kryton wrote:River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.


The only water in the One True Comic is the river.

What is in the sea?


A lot of pointers.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:17 pm UTC
by buffygirl
If river is River, then who is Sea?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:18 pm UTC
by kryton
SBN wrote:
histrion wrote:
kryton wrote:River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.
River Tam.


The only water in the One True Comic is the river.

What is in the sea?


Whale Poop

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:18 pm UTC
by mexaboy
Hermesdfo wrote:Around the same time Time (haha) showed up, I was reading a book (Pattern Recognition, by William Gibson) and a part of it takes place in a forum. It was almost scary to read about us, Initiates Of Time, in physical pages. Also, has anyone thought of Apophenia? I didn't even knew a word existed for our behaviour!!!


Someone should find a clever way to mention this comic and forum in the apophenia wikipedia page.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:19 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
buffygirl wrote:If river is River, then who is Sea?


We'll just have to Wait and Sea.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:22 pm UTC
by buffygirl
buffygirl wrote:
elementropy wrote:
buffygirl wrote:
Also, please let me know if there are any ordinations or convocations or ratifications that have been requested of me that I missed. Hat orders are also being accepted, and will be fulfilled in whatever order I feel like.



Is there a form to fill out? Or a check-sheet like ordering sushi?

No. You must provide basic information such as color and general mood/style, so that I may ignore it and create something of my own design.

Elementropy, A Greek Omelette with Fries and Tomato Juice, Hold-the-toast-please in the Order of Breakfast, did you indeed have a hat request?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:27 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
Spoiler:
spamjam wrote:Image


Is he decrenneling now? At this point I'm going to have to agree with the theory that M&C's plan is to raise the sandsemencoffeecaffinatedbabycancericepixeltoner-castle* to the platform in order to protect it from the rising tide of Time.

I had still been leaning towards the loopist school, thinking that the rising liquid-to-be-determined would wash everything away and then recede. Afterwards, M & C would come down from their platform, dis-assemble it, and then have a sit down on the once-again empty beach (return to TimeFrame 1).





*Long-missed punchline I just thought of that would have applied mega-NewPages ago: "Semen in the sand? Then it must be Castle Cumalot..."

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:28 pm UTC
by elementropy
buffygirl wrote:If river is River, then who is Sea?


An old man.

I wish to be dazzled by the creativity of the Exalted Haberdasher when challenged to produce a hat worthy of wearing to brunch.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:31 pm UTC
by Shepherdess
StratPlayer wrote:
Spoiler:
spamjam wrote:Image


Is he decrenneling now? At this point I'm going to have to agree with the theory that M&C's plan is to raise the sandsemencoffeecaffinatedbabycancericepixeltoner-castle* to the platform in order to protect it from the rising tide of Time.

I had still been leaning towards the loopist school, thinking that the rising liquid-to-be-determined would wash everything away and then recede. Afterwards, M & C would come down from their platform, dis-assemble it, and then have a sit down on the once-again empty beach (return to TimeFrame 1).
[/size]


And it will all start over?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:34 pm UTC
by tman2nd
SBN wrote:
histrion wrote:
kryton wrote:River Song
River Phoenix
The Perl is in The river.


The only water in the One True Comic is the river.

What is in the sea?

Sementedcafinatedcancerbabycofeeice of course.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:38 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
Shepherdess wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:
Spoiler:
spamjam wrote:Image


Is he decrenneling now? At this point I'm going to have to agree with the theory that M&C's plan is to raise the sandsemencoffeecaffinatedbabycancericepixeltoner-castle* to the platform in order to protect it from the rising tide of Time.

I had still been leaning towards the loopist school, thinking that the rising liquid-to-be-determined would wash everything away and then recede. Afterwards, M & C would come down from their platform, dis-assemble it, and then have a sit down on the once-again empty beach (return to TimeFrame 1).
[/size]


And it will all start over?


Loopists predict that the One True Comic will recycle back to its starting point in some way, creating an Endless Loop.

Others believe it will end at some finite, specific, NewPix, perhaps with the long-awaited punchline.

Still others believe that it will continue endlessly with no recurring pattern.

Finally, there are those who predict an End of Time with no specific payoff, either through some form of comic entropy, termination of servers, or the loss of Lord Randall in some fashion.

No one knows for sure. All we can do is Wait for it.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2013 8:00 pm UTC
by spamjam
Image