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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:43 am UTC
by HAL9000
Asthanius wrote:<snip>
Also, HAL, I seem to believe that I was given the title of PFAP by you, and thus did not actually earn it. You, on the other hand, did earn it at one point.

You received it because the original Pope for that Newpage abdicated, I was the second poster on the page, and I had just been PFAN.
EDIT: snipping time!
EDIT2: You were third on the page, and I was ineligible for the position of PFAN. As I am yet again.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:45 am UTC
by Asthanius
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:<snip>
Also, HAL, I seem to believe that I was given the title of PFAP by you, and thus did not actually earn it. You, on the other hand, did earn it at one point.

You received it because the original Pope for that Newpage abdicated, I was the second poster on the page, and I had just been PFAN.
EDIT: snipping time!

I can't help but feel that "It's snipping time" would be a great catchphrase for a mohel superhero/villain.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:45 am UTC
by cmyk
Mycroft_147 wrote:Edit: I once coded a cubed version of the square which shuffled just like a Rubik's cube, based on the key. Plotted the cipher based on 3D coordinates. I wish to Randall the Almighty I knew how to view a graphic representation of that action a la Swordfish.


Interesting. For purely academic reasons, I might try to take that idea and create a working, interactive, CG model/app of it. Might be far more complicated from an expression-driven basis than I'm thinking of now (and it usually is). So, in that regard, no promises, and with all due credit of course.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:46 am UTC
by HAL9000
Asthanius wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:<snip>
Also, HAL, I seem to believe that I was given the title of PFAP by you, and thus did not actually earn it. You, on the other hand, did earn it at one point.

You received it because the original Pope for that Newpage abdicated, I was the second poster on the page, and I had just been PFAN.
EDIT: snipping time!

I can't help but feel that "It's snipping time" would be a great catchphrase for a mohel superhero/villain.

Or the tagline for a really bad slasher flick.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:47 am UTC
by Caswallon
vvn wrote:
cmyk wrote:Why rot13?
Before the Eternal September, when Usenet ruled the internet, rot13 was used when making a potentially offending post. This allowed the reader to choose whether to read it, and to "be warned." 13 was chosen because encode and decode are the same function. (Obviously message security was not important.)

As far as why it is used by the (nonexistent) Illuminati? Easy access to a decoder ring/website would be my guess.
Now that they were discovered by a Black Hat, will they shift to PGP?

Eh, if they existed, which they don't. I'm quite sure that the Temporal Illuminati are actually quite lazy, and it is so much effort to choose a new code.

Ol qrpbqvat guvf zrffntr, lbh ner abj n fjbea zrzore bs gur Grzcbeny Vyyhzvangv naq zhfg fjrne gb hcubyq gur olynjf.

1. Gur Grzcbeny Vyyhzvangv qb abg rkvfg
2. Ab ernyyl, gurl qba'g
3. Abj gung vf pyrne, bhe tbny vf jbeyq qbzvangvba!
4. Ohg gung vf bayl vs gurl npghnyyl rkvfgrq.
5. Jr cebzvfr, ernyyl. *jvax*

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:47 am UTC
by chem1190c
StormAngel wrote:Maybe Megan mixed the sand with superglue?
I remember there were some discussions about the compositon and hydrophobic-ness of various materials. What it the PFAP's official view on this subject?


That one just doesn't work.. It's actually not all that difficult to wet a hydrophobic surface from air (or vacuum), or so I've been told.

edit: Oh dear .. I just had to stop myself from actually looking up hamaker constants for various chemically modified silica surfaces. I think I may be getting a bit carried away here.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:49 am UTC
by StormAngel
HAL9000 wrote:
jjjdavidson wrote:All hail PFAP Asthanius!

Asthanius was already PFAN today, as was I. You are currently Pope for this page, and if you abdicate, the title goes to StormAngel.

I'd put this in my sig, if it didn't already have exactly 300 characters :(

*Researches duties of Pope/Mome* to make sure I'm ready, just in case.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:49 am UTC
by fhorn
5. Try and keep off-topic posts controlled. If the thread you want to post in seems off-topic, post anyway. On-topic posts always take precedence over off-topic.

Off-topic posts are rife in this forum. We maintain a very casual atmosphere here where conversation can flow quite freely - however, we have our limits. If off-topic posts get too over the top, the thread may be split or locked, so try and keep off-topic posts controlled. You are welcome to start a new thread and continue the new discussion there, or throw up a report if you feel it is necessary for us to split the thread.


Is it off-topic to mention that I went to a concert Outside this evening? Does it revert to relevant/on-topic if I tell you how disturbed I was to see the conductor ruthlessly beating Time???

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:52 am UTC
by Asthanius
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:<snip>
Also, HAL, I seem to believe that I was given the title of PFAP by you, and thus did not actually earn it. You, on the other hand, did earn it at one point.

You received it because the original Pope for that Newpage abdicated, I was the second poster on the page, and I had just been PFAN.
EDIT: snipping time!

I can't help but feel that "It's snipping time" would be a great catchphrase for a mohel superhero/villain.

Or the tagline for a really bad slasher flick.

Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:54 am UTC
by HAL9000
Asthanius wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:<snip>
Also, HAL, I seem to believe that I was given the title of PFAP by you, and thus did not actually earn it. You, on the other hand, did earn it at one point.

You received it because the original Pope for that Newpage abdicated, I was the second poster on the page, and I had just been PFAN.
EDIT: snipping time!

I can't help but feel that "It's snipping time" would be a great catchphrase for a mohel superhero/villain.

Or the tagline for a really bad slasher flick.

[img]http://i.imgur.com/bpwv1Fh.png[img]

You, sir, win this page. My hat is off to you.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:54 am UTC
by chem1190c
StormAngel wrote:I'd put this in my sig, if it didn't already have exactly 300 characters :(


That can be easily remedied by removing all the vowels from your current signature. Should free up a bunch of characters.. might have a slight impact on readability.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:55 am UTC
by Mycroft_147
cmyk wrote:
Spoiler:
Mycroft_147 wrote:Edit: I once coded a cubed version of the square which shuffled just like a Rubik's cube, based on the key. Plotted the cipher based on 3D coordinates. I wish to Randall the Almighty I knew how to view a graphic representation of that action a la Swordfish.

Interesting. For purely academic reasons, I might try to take that idea and create a working, interactive, CG model/app of it. Might be far more complicated from an expression-driven basis than I'm thinking of now (and it usually is). So, in that regard, no promises, and with all due credit of course.

Holy... :o I... I'm totally fangirling now. And I'm a guy, so...yeah. lol

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:57 am UTC
by HAL9000
Mycroft_147 wrote:
cmyk wrote:
Spoiler:
Mycroft_147 wrote:Edit: I once coded a cubed version of the square which shuffled just like a Rubik's cube, based on the key. Plotted the cipher based on 3D coordinates. I wish to Randall the Almighty I knew how to view a graphic representation of that action a la Swordfish.

Interesting. For purely academic reasons, I might try to take that idea and create a working, interactive, CG model/app of it. Might be far more complicated from an expression-driven basis than I'm thinking of now (and it usually is). So, in that regard, no promises, and with all due credit of course.

Holy... :o I... I'm totally fangirling now. And I'm a guy, so...yeah. lol

Best part is, cmyk could probably do it. After all, he holds the Staff of Pixels1.

1I swear it's not a sex thing.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:59 am UTC
by jjjdavidson
HAL9000 wrote:Asthanius was already PFAN today, as was I. You are currently Pope for this page, and if you abdicate, the title goes to StormAngel.
EDIT: PFAN is Pope For A Newpage.

...it is a well-known fact that those people who must want to rule people are, ipso facto, those least suited to do it.
So clearly, my evil plan has worked perfectly! my futile attempts to avoid Pope-hood indicate my suitability for the position, as does my complete inability to keep track of who's already been PFAN today, or even to remember the proper form of the title.

But I still think I need a hat to do the job properly. Ah, well...

The Blessings of Time upon you all. May Time always be on your side. Carpe Newpicem.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:00 am UTC
by StratPlayer
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
Asthanius wrote:<snip>
Also, HAL, I seem to believe that I was given the title of PFAP by you, and thus did not actually earn it. You, on the other hand, did earn it at one point.

You received it because the original Pope for that Newpage abdicated, I was the second poster on the page, and I had just been PFAN.
EDIT: snipping time!

I can't help but feel that "It's snipping time" would be a great catchphrase for a mohel superhero/villain.

Or the tagline for a really bad slasher flick.

Or the catch-phrase of a bad situation comedy about a sheepherder from the small island of Mypos who moves to America, lives with his cousin, and becomes a doctor specializing in circumcisions...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:02 am UTC
by Asthanius
HAL9000 wrote:
Mycroft_147 wrote:
cmyk wrote:
Spoiler:
Mycroft_147 wrote:Edit: I once coded a cubed version of the square which shuffled just like a Rubik's cube, based on the key. Plotted the cipher based on 3D coordinates. I wish to Randall the Almighty I knew how to view a graphic representation of that action a la Swordfish.

Interesting. For purely academic reasons, I might try to take that idea and create a working, interactive, CG model/app of it. Might be far more complicated from an expression-driven basis than I'm thinking of now (and it usually is). So, in that regard, no promises, and with all due credit of course.

Holy... :o I... I'm totally fangirling now. And I'm a guy, so...yeah. lol

Best part is, cmyk could probably do it. After all, he holds the Staff of Pixels1.

1I swear it's not a sex thing.

Oh, really? Then pray tell, what is this Staff of Pixels?
Image
Spoiler:
Wait no hold on it's not what you think it's a thumb
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:03 am UTC
by chem1190c
Pretty uneventful update:

Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:07 am UTC
by cmyk
chem1190c wrote:
jjjdavidson wrote:
Latent22 wrote:
vvn wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:I did a quick look back through the last few NePages and I didn't see where anyone's mentioned this, but is the tower on the right of the top platform that Cueball made supposed to be a silhouette of this???

I don't personally get that. But, I see the similarity. And, I like the idea.

I think it is a Temporal Bishop to go with the Temporal Rooks

Oooh! Oooh! 3D (2.5D?) chess!
spock_chess_pb.jpg


This is pretty much exactly what 3D chess would look like if it were being played in a 2.5D stickfigure universe!

edit: actually, a lot of people have been suggesting that this is a 2.5D universe without much in the way of numerical rigor. For starters, I feel like we can do a lot better than 2 sig figs. Now clearly, there's still too much experimental uncertainty to settle on 2.5000D. That's just ridiculous. I propose that it should be henceforth referred to as a (2.49999 +/- 0.00001)D universe for no particular reason.


In fact, it's far more complicated than that.

It is a holographic projection of an 8D universe — 3 real spacial dimensions and 1 of time / 3 imaginary spacial dimensions with a likewise imaginary dimension of time.

This lays the framework of Complex Spacetime, and as matter accelerates toward the speed of light, its mass/energy is actually being transformed from the real spacetime axis, into the imaginary spacetime (thus resolving the paradoxes of singularities and relativistic time dilation as spacial dimensions would appear to reduce to a point, and time would appear to freeze to an observer).

These characters have been in the process of crossing one threshold into another, the r/i event horizon, if you will, and to get technical, time-wimey dimentional whatchamaweirdness begins to happen to the tides and structural integrity of sandcastle platforms.

That, or it's artistic license on an illustrated comic.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:08 am UTC
by HAL9000
Asthanius wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
Mycroft_147 wrote:
cmyk wrote:
Spoiler:
Mycroft_147 wrote:Edit: I once coded a cubed version of the square which shuffled just like a Rubik's cube, based on the key. Plotted the cipher based on 3D coordinates. I wish to Randall the Almighty I knew how to view a graphic representation of that action a la Swordfish.

Interesting. For purely academic reasons, I might try to take that idea and create a working, interactive, CG model/app of it. Might be far more complicated from an expression-driven basis than I'm thinking of now (and it usually is). So, in that regard, no promises, and with all due credit of course.

Holy... :o I... I'm totally fangirling now. And I'm a guy, so...yeah. lol

Best part is, cmyk could probably do it. After all, he holds the Staff of Pixels1.

1I swear it's not a sex thing.

Oh, really? Then pray tell, what is this Staff of Pixels?
Spoiler:
Image

Spoiler:
Wait no hold on it's not what you think it's a thumb
Image

Actually, it's just this, albeit from a different angle (viewed slightly from above):
Spoiler:
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:11 am UTC
by cmyk
Mycroft_147 wrote:
cmyk wrote:
Spoiler:
Mycroft_147 wrote:Edit: I once coded a cubed version of the square which shuffled just like a Rubik's cube, based on the key. Plotted the cipher based on 3D coordinates. I wish to Randall the Almighty I knew how to view a graphic representation of that action a la Swordfish.

Interesting. For purely academic reasons, I might try to take that idea and create a working, interactive, CG model/app of it. Might be far more complicated from an expression-driven basis than I'm thinking of now (and it usually is). So, in that regard, no promises, and with all due credit of course.

Holy... :o I... I'm totally fangirling now. And I'm a guy, so...yeah. lol


HA, hey, it's your idea, so so am I! Let's have pillow fight, jump on the bed and squeal!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:12 am UTC
by cmyk
Asthanius wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
Mycroft_147 wrote:
cmyk wrote:
Spoiler:
Mycroft_147 wrote:Edit: I once coded a cubed version of the square which shuffled just like a Rubik's cube, based on the key. Plotted the cipher based on 3D coordinates. I wish to Randall the Almighty I knew how to view a graphic representation of that action a la Swordfish.

Interesting. For purely academic reasons, I might try to take that idea and create a working, interactive, CG model/app of it. Might be far more complicated from an expression-driven basis than I'm thinking of now (and it usually is). So, in that regard, no promises, and with all due credit of course.

Holy... :o I... I'm totally fangirling now. And I'm a guy, so...yeah. lol

Best part is, cmyk could probably do it. After all, he holds the Staff of Pixels1.

1I swear it's not a sex thing.

Oh, really? Then pray tell, what is this Staff of Pixels?
Image
Spoiler:
Wait no hold on it's not what you think it's a thumb
Image


Whoa! I thought this was a family forum!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:15 am UTC
by StormAngel
chem1190c wrote:
StormAngel wrote:I'd put this in my sig, if it didn't already have exactly 300 characters :(

That can be easily remedied by removing all the vowels from your current signature. Should free up a bunch of characters.. might have a slight impact on readability.

Ys ndd, t mght hv tht ffct

chem1190c wrote:Pretty uneventful update:
Image

Pretty? It looks rather plain to me. Still, nothing much is happening.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:17 am UTC
by cmyk
StormAngel wrote:Pretty? It looks rather plain to me. Still, nothing much is happening.


Right? These characters totally need to get a life!

...How long til the next NewPic?!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:18 am UTC
by StormAngel
cmyk wrote:
StormAngel wrote:Pretty? It looks rather plain to me. Still, nothing much is happening.


Right? These characters totally need to get a life!

...How long til the next NewPic?!

Too long! You just have to wait for it

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:24 am UTC
by cmyk
StormAngel wrote:
cmyk wrote:
StormAngel wrote:Pretty? It looks rather plain to me. Still, nothing much is happening.


Right? These characters totally need to get a life!

...How long til the next NewPic?!

Too long! You just have to wait for it


Wait for it? Sounds familiar.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:26 am UTC
by cmyk
Caswallon wrote:
vvn wrote:
cmyk wrote:Why rot13?
Before the Eternal September, when Usenet ruled the internet, rot13 was used when making a potentially offending post. This allowed the reader to choose whether to read it, and to "be warned." 13 was chosen because encode and decode are the same function. (Obviously message security was not important.)

As far as why it is used by the (nonexistent) Illuminati? Easy access to a decoder ring/website would be my guess.
Now that they were discovered by a Black Hat, will they shift to PGP?

Eh, if they existed, which they don't. I'm quite sure that the Temporal Illuminati are actually quite lazy, and it is so much effort to choose a new code.

Ol qrpbqvat guvf zrffntr, lbh ner abj n fjbea zrzore bs gur Grzcbeny Vyyhzvangv naq zhfg fjrne gb hcubyq gur olynjf.

1. Gur Grzcbeny Vyyhzvangv qb abg rkvfg
2. Ab ernyyl, gurl qba'g
3. Abj gung vf pyrne, bhe tbny vf jbeyq qbzvangvba!
4. Ohg gung vf bayl vs gurl npghnyyl rkvfgrq.
5. Jr cebzvfr, ernyyl. *jvax*


Jryy, fuvg.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:33 am UTC
by jjjdavidson
cmyk wrote:
Caswallon wrote:
Spoiler:
vvn wrote:
cmyk wrote:Why rot13?
Before the Eternal September, when Usenet ruled the internet, rot13 was used when making a potentially offending post. This allowed the reader to choose whether to read it, and to "be warned." 13 was chosen because encode and decode are the same function. (Obviously message security was not important.)

As far as why it is used by the (nonexistent) Illuminati? Easy access to a decoder ring/website would be my guess.
Now that they were discovered by a Black Hat, will they shift to PGP?

Eh, if they existed, which they don't. I'm quite sure that the Temporal Illuminati are actually quite lazy, and it is so much effort to choose a new code.

Ol qrpbqvat guvf zrffntr, lbh ner abj n fjbea zrzore bs gur Grzcbeny Vyyhzvangv naq zhfg fjrne gb hcubyq gur olynjf.

1. Gur Grzcbeny Vyyhzvangv qb abg rkvfg
2. Ab ernyyl, gurl qba'g
3. Abj gung vf pyrne, bhe tbny vf jbeyq qbzvangvba!
4. Ohg gung vf bayl vs gurl npghnyyl rkvfgrq.
5. Jr cebzvfr, ernyyl. *jvax*

Jryy, fuvg.

Netu! Fhpxrerq! "Grezf bs Freivpr: 1. Lbh nterr abg gb ernq gur Grezf bs Freivpr..."

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:39 am UTC
by StormAngel
cmyk wrote:
StormAngel wrote:Too long! You just have to wait for it


Wait for it? Sounds familiar.

And so it should, for it was the first commandment given to us by Randall the Creator of Time.

jjjdavidson wrote:
cmyk wrote:Jryy, fuvg.

Netu! Fhpxrerq!

Netu? Now there's a planet i haven't been to in a LongTime

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:50 am UTC
by KarMann
StormAngel wrote:
Whizbang wrote:I vote 404. It has the most emotion of them all.

I can't find that one. Link please?

403 was when the subminiature trebuchet was ready for its close-up, Mr. DeMille. 404 was the immediately following in which they were cheering on rampant destruction by trebuchet:
Spoiler:
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:00 am UTC
by boozledorf
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:13 am UTC
by jjjdavidson
Been meaning to ask. What are people using to build the various animated GIFs? (The antique tool I used to use doesn't know PNG files exist; I'd have to convert every frame to BMP or GIF.)

I found a website or two, but I don't think I want to try and sequence several hundred images thru a web page.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:15 am UTC
by Valarya
StratPlayer wrote:
tman2nd wrote:
Spoiler:
Image


OK, Megan's finished her (clock?) tower, and now it looks more like Big Ben than his did. It seems a little thicker than Cueball's and more like the proper silhouette (or am I mistaken?). But then, what is Cueball's? Any other clock towers a better match to that shape?


Does the tiny tower on the top right (that C built) look like a skinnier version of Frisch's Big Boy to anyone else? It's that soft-serve swirly look to the top, I think. :D


KarMann wrote:
StormAngel wrote:
Whizbang wrote:I vote 404. It has the most emotion of them all.

I can't find that one. Link please?

403 was when the subminiature trebuchet was ready for its close-up, Mr. DeMille. 404 was the immediately following in which they were cheering on rampant destruction by trebuchet:
Spoiler:
Image


.... you totally spaced on that joke.

"image 404" -- "I can't find that one." ..... yes? yes? get it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xECUrlnXCqk

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:17 am UTC
by KarMann
jjjdavidson wrote:Been meaning to ask. What are people using to build the various animated GIFs? (The antique tool I used to use doesn't know PNG files exist; I'd have to convert every frame to BMP or GIF.)

I found a website or two, but I don't think I want to try and sequence several hundred images thru a web page.

For me? Bring out the GIMP. Although I started with a base made with ImageMagick's convert for the first couple hundred, but since then, I've been adding them one-by-one, or a half dozen or so at a time after a coma, with the GIMP, and optimizing it to keep the size reasonable before making it a GIF.

Added:
Valarya wrote:
KarMann wrote:
StormAngel wrote:
Whizbang wrote:I vote 404. It has the most emotion of them all.

I can't find that one. Link please?

403 was when the subminiature trebuchet was ready for its close-up, Mr. DeMille. 404 was the immediately following in which they were cheering on rampant destruction by trebuchet:
Spoiler:
Image

.... you totally spaced on that joke.

"image 404" -- "I can't find that one." ..... yes? yes? get it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xECUrlnXCqk

I totally did not space on that, just decided to play it straight nonetheless. (For bonus delicious irony*, I'm a web developer (currently) whose address number is 503.)

* in the loose sense, I think

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:18 am UTC
by Valiant Cookie
Work doer Megan is back down on the ground again! Determined to fill the scaffolding with sand before the semencaffeinecancerbaby liquid destroys all.

Cueball continues to slowly work by turning his head.

EDIT: AHA! I return to read the NewPages and find that some forum sorcery bumped me into Pope For A Page! Alas the time to abuse my power has past for those in the present present. I content myself with a message for the future presents of Blitzgirl and others who traverse this needle pulled thingy. As Pope I bestow unto anyone that reads these words as they follow the flow of time towards the future, the position of Archbishop of the Past. You may accept this title and use it's power with a message to your current future, however you must relinquish this title as soon as you reach the most future present, or as soon as you see a post from someone else accepting the title that is after your post accepting the title.

I choose to ignore the false prophets on this page claiming to have the power of the Papacy, they are beneath me.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:25 am UTC
by Valarya
KarMann wrote:
Valarya wrote:.... you totally spaced on that joke.

"image 404" -- "I can't find that one." ..... yes? yes? get it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xECUrlnXCqk

I totally did not space on that, just decided to play it straight nonetheless. (For bonus delicious irony*, I'm a web developer (currently) whose address number is 503.)

* in the loose sense, I think


Hah!!


(edit: Pope twice in a day.. but since that cannot be, and as I belong to the Unorthodox's, I make my first and last papal decree that the person posting after this, as long as he or she has not yet been PFAP today, will be immediately be granted all PFAP powers. that's so much more fun to say than PFAN

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:26 am UTC
by jjjdavidson
Randall's blessing upon you, as I pass the hat (which I never got, by the way) to my successor, and greetings to the new Pope (or Mome, as the case may be). Randall rest ye merry, Timewaiters all; must go coma.

(Naq V'z abg n Grzcbeny Vyyhzvanghf - gurer'f ab fhpu guvat.)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:28 am UTC
by Eternal Density
buffygirl wrote:I have all the hats

Image
Tarnish notte the majesty of my1 towering pillar of hats...

[1]I claim ownership since I'm posting the image.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:30 am UTC
by KarMann
Eternal Density wrote:
buffygirl wrote:I have all the hats

Image
Tarnish notte the majesty of my1 towering pillar of hats...

[1]I claim ownership since I'm posting the image.

You can have my hat when you pry it from my cold, dead head.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:39 am UTC
by Eternal Density
KarMann wrote:
Eternal Density wrote:
buffygirl wrote:I have all the hats

Image
Tarnish notte the majesty of my1 towering pillar of hats...

[1]I claim ownership since I'm posting the image.

You can have my hat when you pry it from my cold, dead head.
Is that you?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:44 am UTC
by KarMann
Eternal Density wrote:
KarMann wrote:
Eternal Density wrote:
buffygirl wrote:I have all the hats

Spoiler:
Image

Tarnish notte the majesty of my1 towering pillar of hats...

[1]I claim ownership since I'm posting the image.

You can have my hat when you pry it from my cold, dead head.
Is that you?

Nope, not enough panache, literally.