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Re: 1190: "Time":Rest Stop

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:39 pm UTC
by kryton
FayZee wrote:
kryton wrote:
mscha wrote:
lmjb1964 wrote:
kryton wrote:<snip>


This was funny. However, I can't help but point out that it's "endeavo(u)r" with an "a." Also, offal is, from WIkipdia, "variety meats or organ meats, refers to the internal organs and entrails of a butchered animal." I hope that's not what we're covered in after traversing Time. That would be awful. (get it? awful? offal?)

I think the offal is intended, and makes sense: that's what's left of the cancerbabies in the sea after many NewPages have past, no?
What I'm missing from kryton's hilarious post (I bet Douglas Adams is ROFLing in his grave) is: how can I get my towel serviced?


The management would like to thank you for your suggestion that will benefit other travelers and has hired the Alternatine History Engineerinc ltd. to retroactively make the stay of the past travelers more enjoyable than it was. Feel free to peruse the premises at

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=101043&p=3334914#p3334914

I really enjoyed the original amusing post when I came upon it, but the later edits rock even more.
Each edit was d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s in its wording. I could visualise the exact demeanour of the speakhhhhh writer.


Rest Stop Imperpetuate is pleased to announce the station has obtained the required 5 forumpages descent into the past and has activated its interquantum reactor, ensuring that it is active and ready for Blitzgirl and her pilgrims following in her footsteps. For those wishing to tour the facility, the portal (link above) is still active. We are delighted that you have shown interest in the services that Rest Stop Imperpetuate can offer to the most discriminating customers, and look forward to future business that will has already been concluded. For those who wish to engage in the thrill and excitement of trespass and vandalism, we applaud your adventurous spirit and desire that you feel assured that the hiring staff at R.S.I has gone to excess in hiring the most congenial and professional of private police officers, attorneys, judges, and prison guards, so that your apprehension, prosecution and incarceration will be among the high points of your foreshortened existence and a tale you will joyfully convey to your family members as you converse with them on the alternate Tuesday visitation days through our exclusive Dolby 32.5 surround sound prison-visitation intercom system.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:41 pm UTC
by Flotter
manvandmaan wrote:
Flotter wrote:
Drakeesh wrote:Wow I sure missed a lot during that Coma, Thanks be to Megan for saving the Right Flag!

However, now that the Right Flag is no longer the Right Flag, I shall need a new Knightly Title. What are your thoughts, o great members of the Knights Temporal?

"Defender of the Third Flag From the Right, Formerly the Right Flag"?
"Defender of the Flag Closest to the Central Mass"?

I say you failed your task ;)

[edit]
Though the flag has been recovered, it is not lost forever, which is a good thing.

As a Knight Temporal, he did everything he is allowed by the creed1. So actually, he did a pretty good job! He lived by the creed and the flag is still safe! Give that man a medal! albeit a small one, since Megan did most of the work.

1Nothing.

I must admit I wasn't aware of that creed. I'm sorry, I'm going to sit in a corner now, feeling ashamed.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:51 pm UTC
by kryton
Latent22 wrote:
KarMann wrote:I'm starting to think that some of my fellow Time Waiters (of various hues) might not realize that the word 'gullible' isn't in the dictionary.

Ha! Found it in my dictionary.

Point to KarMann, Love-15.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:51 pm UTC
by Kieryn
lmjb1964 wrote:
Kieryn wrote:May the wait be well waited.
May the time be well slated.
Blitzgirl be elevated,
To the latest of pages.
Let us all be elated,
As be we caffeinated,
And hunger abated,
We watch time. Pixelated.

Oh and also... Just did this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXLY8TJJ4sw


FTFY. And the video is cool.


Thanks!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:53 pm UTC
by Drakeesh
Drakeesh wrote:Wow I sure missed a lot during that Coma, Thanks be to Megan for saving the Right Flag!

However, now that the Right Flag is no longer the Right Flag, I shall need a new Knightly Title. What are your thoughts, o great members of the Knights Temporal?

"Defender of the Third Flag From the Right, Formerly the Right Flag"?
"Defender of the Flag Closest to the Central Mass"?

Edit(1,2,3,4) to add suggestions:
"Defender of the Towerless flag"
"I Failed, but not completely" (Paraphrased)
"Defender of the Wholly Threatened Flags (WTF)"
"Keeper of the shards of the shattered Right tower"


Thanks for the very fast suggestions :)

I am leaning towards "Defender of the Former Right Flag, Keeper of the Shards of the Shattered Right Tower"

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:59 pm UTC
by kryton
vvn wrote:
Latent22 wrote:Sorry for my last two joke posts. It is an interesting idea. The hash data is random and looks very different to executable machine code. In theory it could be a compressed file but then we should see a header with the file type.

Don't be sorry, it's valid idea. I don't know enough about .exe files to interpret the first portion as hex data, but you never know. Randall could be very clever with the games he plays. The more unlikely a theory, the more kudos you get if it turns out to be true. (But, unlikely theories don't get serious kudos until there is some evidence.)

I always admire someone that has an idea that would never occur to me. It doesn't matter if it's right, I never would have thought of it.


an intriguing idea, but wouldn't you have to translate it from hex to binary first?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:04 pm UTC
by Jafloi
Biong
Image
[Edit:]...And Megan is still gone...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:08 pm UTC
by mscha
mscha wrote:
Flotter wrote:Is she gone or just hidden?

If you look at the last three newpix, she's probably behind (or in front of, how would we see the difference?) Recursivestein.
Or maybe that's just wishful thinking, and I'm afraid the alternative is a bunch on newpix without change (apart from a subpixel sea level here and there).

So it's the latter. :(
Only change in the current newpix is a few subpixels of sea level rise.

Edit: we might get a period of extended sea rise, Inside time seems to move faster when nobody is around (and awake). Or maybe not. Only Randall knows...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:26 pm UTC
by jovialbard
VoronX wrote:
jovialbard wrote:First to post is cannon! Muahahaha, a rule for chaos!

Cannon? Or is that trebuchet? (I think you meant "canon"...) ;-)


Derp. You are correct, sir!

lmjb1964 wrote:
jovialbard wrote:Alsoso, she is a damn poet. Maybe I'll record some of her songs if I have time tomorrow night, tonight I must rehearse for a play, the out-time will not halt for the True Time.


Great idea! What play are you rehearsing for, btw?


25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (as Panch)

I could barely sleep last night thinking about my project for this evening (aka ~9 longpix from now). I was thinking of doing the Buble song but I realized it was from her perspective so instead I decided to write my own. :D It's been a while since I've messed around with video editing though. If I succeed I'll be sure not to tell anyone on this thread how I did it, to minimize facepalmage.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:36 pm UTC
by Dracomax
jovialbard wrote:
VoronX wrote:
jovialbard wrote:First to post is cannon! Muahahaha, a rule for chaos!

Cannon? Or is that trebuchet? (I think you meant "canon"...) ;-)


Derp. You are correct, sir!

lmjb1964 wrote:
jovialbard wrote:Alsoso, she is a damn poet. Maybe I'll record some of her songs if I have time tomorrow night, tonight I must rehearse for a play, the out-time will not halt for the True Time.


Great idea! What play are you rehearsing for, btw?


25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (as Panch)

I could barely sleep last night thinking about my project for this evening (aka ~9 longpix from now). I was thinking of doing the Buble song but I realized it was from her perspective so instead I decided to write my own. :D It's been a while since I've messed around with video editing though. If I succeed I'll be sure not to tell anyone on this thread how I did it, to minimize facepalmage.

As long as it's only facepalmage, and not headdesking.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:58 pm UTC
by Angelastic
Another relevant song just came up on my iPod: Grain of Sand by Monty Harper

I am a small grain of sand
I am a piece of the land
A crystal of quartz; A Time-piece of sorts
Absorbing the energy at hand
A patient and ancient grain
of sand


Even the sandcoffeebabysnow Waits for it.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:02 pm UTC
by Flado
KabONG
Image
They're both back!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:02 pm UTC
by cmyk
manvandmaan wrote:
Flotter wrote:FONG:
Spoiler:
Image

The new dike is a bit steeper now.

I wonder if she'll shape it. Another tower for the flag? Just as long as she doesnt spent ages on detailing like on the last one :) though that was very beautiful off course!


Good call! Didn't seem to take her long at all.

Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:02 pm UTC
by silent_death
Edit: Ninja´d - Dammit, and here I thought I could make it this time :D

Spoiler:
Ding-Dong
Image

They are back! Wohooo

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:03 pm UTC
by GerardE
cmyk wrote:
manvandmaan wrote:
Flotter wrote:FONG:
Spoiler:
Image

The new dike is a bit steeper now.

I wonder if she'll shape it. Another tower for the flag? Just as long as she doesnt spent ages on detailing like on the last one :) though that was very beautiful off course!


Good call! Didn't seem to take her long at all.

Image

A nice hat would be nice.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:04 pm UTC
by Magdiragdag
Flado wrote:KabONG

They're both back!

Cueball to the rescue!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:06 pm UTC
by cmyk
Flado wrote:KabONG
Image
They're both back!


Looks like she grabbed him to show him what happened while he was taking a poop.

Maybe the title of the OTC was a typo, and Randall meant to name it "Tide".

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:07 pm UTC
by Flado
silent_death wrote:Edit: Ninja´d - Dammit, and here I thought I could make it this time :D

Sorry - total coincidence.
Also, cool: I'm a ninja on my first newpixong 8-)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:11 pm UTC
by foilman
Will there be a small beret-wearing girl following them in?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:12 pm UTC
by Dracomax
cmyk wrote:
Flado wrote:KabONG
Image
They're both back!


Looks like she grabbed him to show him what happened while he was taking a poop.

Maybe the title of the OTC was a typo, and Randall meant to name it "Tide".

But time and tide wait for noone LaPetite.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:16 pm UTC
by cmyk
kryton wrote:
CatHectic wrote:Haiku and markov chains and everything else = awesome!

I was googling some lyrics earlier (to make sure I had the right song) and came across this eerie reference to sand and time, had to share:

Twilight Zone, Season 1, Episode 7: The Lonely

[Opening Narration] Witness if you will a dungeon, made out of mountains, salt flats and sand that stretch to infinity. The dungeon has an inmate: James A. Corry. And this is his residence: a metal shack. An old touring car that squats in the sun and goes nowhere - for there is nowhere to go. For the record let it be known that James A. Corry is a convicted criminal placed in solitary confinement. Confinement in this case stretches as far as the eye can see, because this particular dungeon is on an asteroid nine million miles from the Earth. Now witness if you will a man's mind and body shriveling in the sun, a man dying of loneliness.

[Closing Narration] On a microscopic piece of sand that floats through space is a fragment of a man's life. Left to rust is the place he lived in and the machines he used. Without use, they will disintegrate from the wind and the sand and the years that act upon them. All of Mr. Corry's machines, including the one made in his image, kept alive by love, but now obsolete - in The Twilight Zone.

Anyone else remember this episode?


Yes, in fact, I do indeed.


Likewise. Seen this episode a few times. Very forlorn in tone... Not sure it's where Randall's taking this comic, however.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:21 pm UTC
by SBN
Flado wrote:KabONG
They're both back!


Wait, is that Cueball, or Rob?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:25 pm UTC
by cmyk
SBN wrote:
Flado wrote:KabONG
They're both back!


Wait, is that Cueball, or Rob?

It's Robball.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:27 pm UTC
by BlitzGirl
Quest progress: 351 out of 391 pages.
The Next Level. NP 692.

Alas, extensive coma'ing left me behind my newpage pace, so I have some Reading ahead of me for the next longpix or so. I pass more Chaos along the thread of Time, where pastposters find themselves Waiting for I.T. and dreaming up ways that the end of Time will come to pass (something about an imminent tsunami). Pope-by-Page is still off for me, though not as severely as it was. And for some reason, the thread-dwellers of the past are voting on TimeFrames to symbolize the One True Comic. Seems like a waste of Time to me, as there is no One True Frame, and we still don't know what exciting newpix lie in our futures.

As for the past, here's a relevant gem from the past that I happened across (Wait for it):
Spoiler:
cmyk wrote:Image


And an assortment of further pastposts:
Spoiler:
SPACKlick wrote:All hail Pope/Mope/Mome/Pome Blitzgirl (i refuse to acknowledge the papacy of chem1190c)

Pome is a good one, but I prefer its alternate spelling, Poem. :wink:

manvandmaan wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:
manvandmaan wrote:
histrion wrote:How do you pronounce "BlitzGirl?"

HE-RO.

You mean I've been pronouncing my own name wrong this whole time?!

Yes.
But it's OK! Here, have a Croissant!

I don't know if a Croissant is enough to quell the existential angst associated with audibly calling oneself the wrong name for hundreds of longpix. *eats anyway*

Febrion wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
mscha wrote:The microtrebuchet, and the ground it was standing on, appear to be lost forever.

NOOOOOO

Unless, of course, some intrepid Temporal Knight will have already travelled back and pocketed said trebuchet before the accident. A noble quest indeed!

*reaches into vest-of-many-pockets*
*pulls out tiny trebuchet*
When did I pick THIS up? I don't remember that at ALL.
(Though I will soon, I suspect.)

```~~**~* !whirly time ripple! *~**~~```

Oh, now I remember.
*puts tiny trebuchet back in pocket*

PhoenixRising wrote:
Caswallon wrote:
iisjreg wrote:That brief moment of ninja editing is disconcerting. ALL EDITS MUST BE KNOWN TO BALANCE TIME AND BLITZGIRL.

Why am I suddenly tempted to start going back and editing my old posts so they contains quotes from the future? Or worse yet, swap them around. I could go back and make it appear that I preempted every comment! Wow, time travel is a powerful thing. *feels the power*


You wouldn't be the first, judging by some the stuff BlitzGirl has found. But the chaos caused is terrible, since we have no way of seeing what post(s) is (are) edited without re-reading the entire thread. Gonna take a Time Lord Randall himself to fix the disaster if you edit something located earlier in Time than BlitzGirl's current location, since afaik nobody else is reading the entire thread, so nobody would be able to tell us you made the edits...

Please don't change my past unless you really, really have to (see above).

Some sigcouragement, some warnings:
Spoiler:
XonqNopp wrote:Hurray for BlitzGirl!! You would will almost joined us in the present of Time!!

That's more like it!

lmjb1964 wrote:Blitzgirl, your poetry from the past gives us much joy here in the present/future.

As do the rhymes I recieve from you in the Now!

Pastsongs and futurepoems are sublime
To hear along the thread of Time


Latent22 wrote:BlitzGirl!!!!! I have a hat for you. If you wear it your future will be most awesome!
Image

But...
I LIKE MY HAT.
I guess I can wear it for a while, though. It wasn't specified how long I would have to wear it to have a most awesome future, right?
(And isn't buffygirl in charge of hatting around here?)

manvandmaan wrote:BlitzGirl, do you by any chance have a beret?
and also: I'll make sure those Croissants are oven-fresh when you arrive!
AND EVEN MORE ALSO: WATCH OUT FOR THE TEARS!

Well, I do now. Yum croissants! And what's this about tears? Are they extra-salty or something?

tman2nd wrote:Things are calming down in the present. Keep going Blitzgirl! And you, too Vytron. And anyone else who is traveling through time.
Beware of the Rest Stop Imperpetuate.

Well, I've always been wary of rest stops. Something about scary public restrooms.

Purplepants77 wrote:Now that I have a sig, I can use it to encourage BlitzGirl too!
Um...
*encourages BlitzGirl*
...
Did it work?

Yes. :D
Onward! Newpages to go, and all that.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:28 pm UTC
by GerardE
Will they be three, with LaPetite holding Cueball's hand?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:29 pm UTC
by azule
fhorn wrote:Defender of the Wholly Threatened Flags (WTF)

^This.

manvandmaan wrote:Yes, I'm sorry, but I can explain! My native language is Dutch and the Dutch word for beret is baret!
Since most of you are of the English tongue, I have edited the sig.

That's cool that your Dutch word was used. If we're getting pedantic about the word beret, maybe we should just use the French spelling. :mrgreen:

123Adz321 wrote:Fellow Time Waiters, I have travelled far, and finished my journey through this thread from the newpage 185. Unlike the legendary BlitzGirl, I have travelled in silence.

I now join you in the present ongoing adventure.

Squeaky travelers get oiled. You missed out on the oil wrestling. Think: trying to catch a greased pig.
Oh, and welcome to the present. Congrats.

Kieryn wrote:What if Randall has encoded an audio message, where each frame represents one data point of a wave file?

Except he may have changed the head position of some frames and therefore which version (original or new) is used for data? I think the best idea is that of using the hashes as hexadecimal data. I think we won't be provided some of the hex, so we would have to experiment with adding the headers ourselves.

Whizbang wrote:I think her water broke when the little damn/dyke/waterline marker broke.

...And then the child showed up soon after. Coincidence?

cellocgw wrote:'epub' (which is really a 'zip' anyway)

Having tried to make an epub, I can tell you they are not the same. Epub must be compiled in a specific order, with the compressed "zip" portion included beside the "metadata".

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:32 pm UTC
by enumerated powers
I took a little liberty with Patzer's avatar...

Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:39 pm UTC
by jovialbard
BlitzGirl prediction now 483, the average prediction still hovers around 470.

On an unrelated note, now that somebody has proposed starting a new-age religion our needle-pulled society is almost caught up with contemporary Outside society. I'm excited to see what happens when we surpass the Outside so that I know what to expect in the Outside.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:41 pm UTC
by Dracomax
enumerated powers wrote:I took a little liberty with Patzer's avatar...

Image

but if I enquire within, then I'll get wet with some sort of amber colored liquid.

I think I'll pass.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:57 pm UTC
by azule
foilman wrote:Will there be a small beret-wearing girl following them in?

GerardE wrote:Will they be three, with LaPetite holding Cueball's hand?

The "white space" on the left, that in the past let us know if one or both were present, now suspiciously teases us with not being able to see 3 persons. LaPetite either comes (not Mort) or is a ghost until another unaware moment.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:01 pm UTC
by HAL9000
azule wrote:
foilman wrote:Will there be a small beret-wearing girl following them in?

GerardE wrote:Will they be three, with LaPetite holding Cueball's hand?

The "white space" on the left, that in the past let us know if one or both were present, now suspiciously teases us with not being able to see 3 persons. LaPetite either comes (not Mort) or is a ghost until another unaware moment.

That's true. Hadn't noticed until now, but Cueball's arm extends off the frame, and is positioned in a way that seems like he's pulling/leading something/someone.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:03 pm UTC
by fhorn
BlitzGirl wrote:Quest progress: 351 out of 391 pages.
Spoiler:
The Next Level. NP 692.

Alas, extensive coma'ing left me behind my newpage pace, so I have some Reading ahead of me for the next longpix or so. I pass more Chaos along the thread of Time, where pastposters find themselves Waiting for I.T. and dreaming up ways that the end of Time will come to pass (something about an imminent tsunami). Pope-by-Page is still off for me, though not as severely as it was. And for some reason, the thread-dwellers of the past are voting on TimeFrames to symbolize the One True Comic. Seems like a waste of Time to me, as there is no One True Frame, and we still don't know what exciting newpix lie in our futures.

As for the past, here's a relevant gem from the past that I happened across (Wait for it):
[spoiler]
cmyk wrote:Image


And an assortment of further pastposts:
Spoiler:
SPACKlick wrote:All hail Pope/Mope/Mome/Pome Blitzgirl (i refuse to acknowledge the papacy of chem1190c)

Pome is a good one, but I prefer its alternate spelling, Poem. :wink:

manvandmaan wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:
manvandmaan wrote:
histrion wrote:How do you pronounce "BlitzGirl?"

HE-RO.

You mean I've been pronouncing my own name wrong this whole time?!

Yes.
But it's OK! Here, have a Croissant!

I don't know if a Croissant is enough to quell the existential angst associated with audibly calling oneself the wrong name for hundreds of longpix. *eats anyway*

Febrion wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:
mscha wrote:The microtrebuchet, and the ground it was standing on, appear to be lost forever.

NOOOOOO

Unless, of course, some intrepid Temporal Knight will have already travelled back and pocketed said trebuchet before the accident. A noble quest indeed!

*reaches into vest-of-many-pockets*
*pulls out tiny trebuchet*
When did I pick THIS up? I don't remember that at ALL.
(Though I will soon, I suspect.)

```~~**~* !whirly time ripple! *~**~~```

Oh, now I remember.
*puts tiny trebuchet back in pocket*

PhoenixRising wrote:
Caswallon wrote:
iisjreg wrote:That brief moment of ninja editing is disconcerting. ALL EDITS MUST BE KNOWN TO BALANCE TIME AND BLITZGIRL.

Why am I suddenly tempted to start going back and editing my old posts so they contains quotes from the future? Or worse yet, swap them around. I could go back and make it appear that I preempted every comment! Wow, time travel is a powerful thing. *feels the power*


You wouldn't be the first, judging by some the stuff BlitzGirl has found. But the chaos caused is terrible, since we have no way of seeing what post(s) is (are) edited without re-reading the entire thread. Gonna take a Time Lord Randall himself to fix the disaster if you edit something located earlier in Time than BlitzGirl's current location, since afaik nobody else is reading the entire thread, so nobody would be able to tell us you made the edits...

Please don't change my past unless you really, really have to (see above).

Some sigcouragement, some warnings:
Spoiler:
XonqNopp wrote:Hurray for BlitzGirl!! You would will almost joined us in the present of Time!!

That's more like it!

lmjb1964 wrote:Blitzgirl, your poetry from the past gives us much joy here in the present/future.

As do the rhymes I recieve from you in the Now!

Pastsongs and futurepoems are sublime
To hear along the thread of Time


Latent22 wrote:BlitzGirl!!!!! I have a hat for you. If you wear it your future will be most awesome!
Image

But...
I LIKE MY HAT.
I guess I can wear it for a while, though. It wasn't specified how long I would have to wear it to have a most awesome future, right?
(And isn't buffygirl in charge of hatting around here?)

manvandmaan wrote:BlitzGirl, do you by any chance have a beret?
and also: I'll make sure those Croissants are oven-fresh when you arrive!
AND EVEN MORE ALSO: WATCH OUT FOR THE TEARS!

Well, I do now. Yum croissants! And what's this about tears? Are they extra-salty or something?

tman2nd wrote:Things are calming down in the present. Keep going Blitzgirl! And you, too Vytron. And anyone else who is traveling through time.
Beware of the Rest Stop Imperpetuate.

Well, I've always been wary of rest stops. Something about scary public restrooms.

Purplepants77 wrote:Now that I have a sig, I can use it to encourage BlitzGirl too!
Um...
*encourages BlitzGirl*
...
Did it work?

Yes. :D
Onward! Newpages to go, and all that.


Howdy, BlitzGirl! Nice to see you're making progress! How goes the slog?

(snip)...Seems like a waste of Time to me......

oh, silly BlitzGirl, it's what we1 do best, wasting Time while we2 Wait for it.
1I
2I grammarnazied myself

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:03 pm UTC
by azule
MONG
Image
Edit: No LaPetite. If she is just part of Megan's dream, I want them to dream again. I want to see some more creepy shit.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:06 pm UTC
by Montov
Finally, a guy to the rescue.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:16 pm UTC
by cmyk
I predict some more dialog in the next Newpix or three.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:17 pm UTC
by silent_death
Montov wrote:Finally, a guy to the rescue.


Yes, because Cueball has already demonstrated his extraordinary Sandcastle Building Skills :D

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:26 pm UTC
by Montov
silent_death wrote:
Montov wrote:Finally, a guy to the rescue.


Yes, because Cueball has already demonstrated his extraordinary Sandcastle Building Skills :D


If he builds a recursive dike, there will be no more flooding. :P

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:27 pm UTC
by fatness
cmyk wrote:
SBN wrote:
Flado wrote:KabONG
They're both back!


Wait, is that Cueball, or Rob?

It's Robball.

I'm going with "Cob".

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:43 pm UTC
by Angelastic
SBN wrote:
Flado wrote:KabONG
They're both back!


Wait, is that Cueball, or Rob?

Rob is Cueball's secret identity. Cueball's superpower is the ability to be in several places at once. This makes it easy for him to conceal his secret identity by occasionally appearing in the same room as him.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:45 pm UTC
by Dracomax
Montov wrote:
silent_death wrote:
Montov wrote:Finally, a guy to the rescue.


Yes, because Cueball has already demonstrated his extraordinary Sandcastle Building Skills :D


If he builds a recursive dike, there will be no more flooding. :P

Or there will be recursive flooding, with infinite dikes.