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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 9:42 am UTC
by patzer
Neil_Boekend wrote:My prediction is that they'll get it, but not with the rope.
Then again, none of my predictions have come to fruition in the OTCØ

ØThis is my first prediction, so it must be true
1No, no footnote mess this time. Contain yourself!
2ok.

PS: Can I mess in the postscript then?
PPS: Well this time then. If you really need to.
PPPS: Yaay!

Neil_Boekend wrote:No you shouldn't. That's like reading somebodies diary!

can I read them now? 1 2

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 9:48 am UTC
by Neil_Boekend
Yes of course. Now they are referenced.
But you may only read them in your post, not in mine.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 9:49 am UTC
by Bytes
Nope, and you have now lost our trust by putting footer numbers in your text with no footers, shame on you!

EDIT or yes, whatever :P

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 9:57 am UTC
by Selcouth
Why doesn't someone just swim out and get the bottle? It's a river, so presumably freshwater, and not really that large either.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 9:59 am UTC
by Bytes
Freshwater? Not likely, possibly less salty semencoffeecancerbabies.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:00 am UTC
by KarMann
HEADSTRONG!
Image

Added: Seems late again through the regular streaming channels; I forced the issue by checking the HTTP redirect this time, which seems rather more punctual.
P.S. In case mods read this and would like to know about specific problems, I do find that the server c.xkcd.com at 107.6.97.99 is unresponsive to HTTP requests, at least. That does mess up the redirect some of the time, when it comes up in the round robin or however it's balanced.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:03 am UTC
by Neil_Boekend
Well, presumably they are drinking it in frames 1027 and 1028. They would have complained if it was salt water (I don't know the taste of semencancerbabiescoffee, but I presume they would have spat it out to).
*Yaay, I have a cool hat!*

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:06 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
Huh. Glad KarMann posted the newpix, as mine isn't showing up on Time. :?

Selcouth wrote:Why doesn't someone just swim out and get the bottle? It's a river, so presumably freshwater, and not really that large either.

Good point - they do know how to swim. And there doesn't seem to be a dangerous current, since the dilgunnerang is just bobbing there.

Best guess at this point is that the river is made of something scarier than semencoffeecancerbabies. Something that they can ingest, but fear to swim in...?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:12 am UTC
by KarMann
BlitzGirl wrote:
Spoiler:
Huh. Glad KarMann posted the newpix, as mine isn't showing up on Time. :?
Selcouth wrote:Why doesn't someone just swim out and get the bottle? It's a river, so presumably freshwater, and not really that large either.

Good point - they do know how to swim. And there doesn't seem to be a dangerous current, since the dilgunnerang is just bobbing there.

Best guess at this point is that the river is made of something scarier than semencoffeecancerbabies. Something that they can ingest, but fear to swim in...?

I'm trying to figure some reason why swimming in beer would be a bad thing. Or maybe it's a higher-proof ethanol solution, and would really sting the hell out of any cuts or scrapes they might have?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:13 am UTC
by Bytes
I had thought that it was just the water they had brought in their bottles. COuld have been though

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:16 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
KarMann wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:
Spoiler:
Huh. Glad KarMann posted the newpix, as mine isn't showing up on Time. :?
Selcouth wrote:Why doesn't someone just swim out and get the bottle? It's a river, so presumably freshwater, and not really that large either.

Good point - they do know how to swim. And there doesn't seem to be a dangerous current, since the dilgunnerang is just bobbing there.

Best guess at this point is that the river is made of something scarier than semencoffeecancerbabies. Something that they can ingest, but fear to swim in...?

I'm trying to figure some reason why swimming in beer would be a bad thing. Or maybe it's a higher-proof ethanol solution, and would really sting the hell out of any cuts or scrapes they might have?

Perhaps they drank too much and forgot they knew how to swim?
(Not surprising, given the drinking games now associated with the OTC and OTT.)

Or suddenly a lasso sounded like THE CLEVEREST IDEA EVER to Cueball's inebriated mind?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:19 am UTC
by Bytes
I was not aware of any OTC drinking games! These sound awesome ^.^ If probably a little slow if you're waiting for actions on each newpic...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:21 am UTC
by Selcouth
BlitzGirl wrote:
KarMann wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:
Spoiler:
Huh. Glad KarMann posted the newpix, as mine isn't showing up on Time. :?
Selcouth wrote:Why doesn't someone just swim out and get the bottle? It's a river, so presumably freshwater, and not really that large either.

Good point - they do know how to swim. And there doesn't seem to be a dangerous current, since the dilgunnerang is just bobbing there.

Best guess at this point is that the river is made of something scarier than semencoffeecancerbabies. Something that they can ingest, but fear to swim in...?

I'm trying to figure some reason why swimming in beer would be a bad thing. Or maybe it's a higher-proof ethanol solution, and would really sting the hell out of any cuts or scrapes they might have?

Perhaps they drank too much and forgot they knew how to swim?
(Not surprising, given the drinking games now associated with the OTC and OTT.)

Or suddenly a lasso sounded like THE CLEVEREST IDEA EVER to Cueball's inebriated mind?


I mean, it could just be that they don't want to get wet/dirty (from river sediment and stuff.) We can't tell if they're wearing swimwear, or clothes at all, so maybe they're dressed up really nicely or something.

Or maybe there's something in the water? Like, either dirty/poisoned liquid, or actual amphibians that they're trying to avoid? With the newpix, the rope does seem to have fallen slack in a rather disturbing manner.

Also, I'm told there is some hat-related tradition here. I like hats.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:25 am UTC
by truslack
Finally I'm caught up again! It's only taken me all morning (though people do keep asking me to do stuff, apparently it's my "job" or something).

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:26 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
Bytes - here's what we've got so far:

Spoiler:
ChronosDragon wrote:All this drinking got me thinking. The OTC would make an excellent drinking game! To be played while watching back, of course - over several days/weeks it would hardly be much of a drinking game!

- Drink every time a character in the OTC drinks from a body of liquid
- Drink every time a structure is destroyed
- Drink again if it was by the sea1
- Small drink for every time M & C say something about the river
- Big drink for every time M & C say something about the sea
- When a character reenters the frame after being away, drink in relief
- When Cueball looks at the Fourth Wall, drink in encouragement
- When LaPetite appears, finish the glass

Can you do it? :D
What's that? Will I try? Of course not, I'm below the US drinking age ;)

1Which is big


yappobiscuits wrote:Expanding on that, there could even be an OTT drinking game!

-Drink every -ONG
-Drink again if someone else does it and gets ninja'd
-Drink every time someone is issued with a fabulous hat
-Drink every time the sizes of the river (small) and the sea (big) are mentioned
-Drink for every song parody
-Finish your drink when someone arrives in the present after blitzing

(any more suggestions?)

As for hat-related traditions, Selcouth, it helps to have a traditional avatar first - onto which a hat is later added (generally by the Great Milliner buffygirl, who I believe is quite swamped at the moment, but who might be open again for business later, Randall willing).

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:47 am UTC
by Swein
Hey! What make you think that they know how to swim? Have you seen them swim? They have been in the water, yes, but that is not swimming.

And why do you think they are drinking from the river1. They are sitting by the river and squeezing liquid from Cueballs old sock2 as far as I can see! :mrgreen:

[EDIT] Though I am a bit worried about how they will be able to continue with their quest if they don't dare to enter the river of floating otternoses or whatever.

1) Which is small
2) Which is big

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:51 am UTC
by Hertzog
Cueball the klutz reminds me a lot of myself, down to having my own personal "Megan" (actual name) to rescue me at times :?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:51 am UTC
by JordanTheProgrammer
Is it possible that the has breaking competition from Externalities has anything to do with the image generation?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:54 am UTC
by 123Adz321
I am back from my coma. Only 8 pages to catch up, not too bad...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:54 am UTC
by Eoink
Swein wrote:Hey! What make you think that they know how to swim? Have you seen them swim? They have been in the water, yes, but that is not swimming.

And why do you think they are drinking from the river1. They are sitting by the river and squeezing liquid from Cueballs old sock as far as I can see! :mrgreen:

1) Which is small


Didn't Megan say "Wanna swim" back at about frame 168? Which would suggest that they can, or she was being very mean.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:56 am UTC
by Swein
Eoink wrote:
Swein wrote:Hey! What make you think that they know how to swim? Have you seen them swim? They have been in the water, yes, but that is not swimming.

And why do you think they are drinking from the river1. They are sitting by the river and squeezing liquid from Cueballs old sock as far as I can see! :mrgreen:

1) Which is small


Didn't Megan say "Wanna swim" back at about frame 168? Which would suggest that they can, or she was being very mean.


Darn! I find myself outnerded :oops:

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:00 am UTC
by foilman
Bing bong!
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:01 am UTC
by Swein
Sing the mighty river's sONG

Spoiler:
bottlefishing3.png
bottlefishing3.png (3.28 KiB) Viewed 17706 times


(EDIT) Ninjas are everywhere

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:03 am UTC
by KarMann
Swein wrote:Sing the mighty river's sONG
Spoiler:
bottlefishing3.png

(EDIT) Ninjas are everywhere

Where? I don't see any.

. . . oh crap.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:11 am UTC
by 123Adz321
They actually like hiding in hats, that's why there are so many ninjas around now.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:17 am UTC
by Bytes
So, is a self appointed avatar hat heretic, or merely kind to Buffygirl's to do list?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:26 am UTC
by Vytron
Reached next crossprogress:

BlitzGirl wrote:Quest progress: 203 out of 286 pages.


Also, thanks for the gift! I'll see it one day, right now I'm afraid it may not be spoiler-free, but, I'll wait for it!

jupo wrote:Ohmygerd. I did it - I finally reached the end. Well, not the End end, like the End of Time, but the Now-End, like I finally caught up to the current end of the thread after more than a week of trying. What a rush - now I can watch Time in realtime! And the thread too!

Wait, why is that so exciting? What have you people done to me???


Wow! I don't remember seeing you BlitzGirling*, but congrats! From my frame of reference you just caught up!

RobIrr wrote:It crossed my mind that signatures could be considered a form of time travel; at least in the view of those such as Blitzgirl and Vytron (who already touched upon this) and those others still on the quest to catch up on the thread. They get fascinating glimpses of the future as-it-is-to-them when they read our old posts but see the new sigs...

We could even send them messages... crumbs...

"Beware The Poles" !


Ahh, so this is the post that started it all. And I'm mentioned in it! That's kind of... neat! It's like, someone from the future gives you a plan of a time machine and you discover your name appears in it, because, you will-had done something in the future-past related to it.

macraw83 wrote:Hmm... What if we added one of their time capsule messages to our sigs? Would that technically be them looking into their own future, or their past?


The future.

My brain may be tricking me into thinking that I'm writing this now, but clearly, I'm in April 10. This post has a time stamp of May 2. The future, unambiguously.

Thinking I'm posting this in my present is an Outsider Illusion, the truth is, this message doesn't exist until I catch up to it (that's why catching it is important). Though, from your frame of reference, I'm posting it now (but it'll be forever in the past after you read it - so much, that when I actually read it, it'll be my past too, because I'll read it at a much later time.)

macraw83 wrote:And on that note, what if we quoted them on something they might eventually say? They might have to say it eventually just to fulfill the prophecy (assuming that's what it even is).


That would be risky. What if you quote me posting something I never say? That could get paradoxical quickly.

Exodies wrote:Ha hahaha
Could you go easy on the facts - every fact you record in the forum has to be checked by BlitzGirl, the Official Reader. Every youtube link watched, every gif studied, every arcane linguistic obsessive page ingested, every analogous TV series couch-potatoed through, all maths formulas tested on Mathematica, syntax diagrams of ancient programming languages analysed, ...

She is reading it properly isn't she?


Phew! I'm glad she will-had done all that! I don't have time to listen/watch all those Youtube Videos and very interesting looking pages (no matter how cool those TVTropes's titles sound), my Bookmarks are growing fast, but, before Time I already had 8000 links to read at a later date, so this is not that abnormal. I'll just keep adding links, like this one:

Exodies wrote:
KarMann wrote:Oh, since people have apparently been forgetting, here's your thrice-weekly reminder that the usual comic is up.

http://xkcd.com/1197/


Oh, that's an interesting looking web site. Thanks for the tip Karmann, I'll add it to my bookmarks for later


Word.

Now that I think of it, perhaps it's Outsider-thinking to acknowledge the existence of comics past 1190. They don't exist, and never will, unless 1190 ends. In such case comics beyond 1190 would be read every newpix until catching up to Outsider-thinking (what they'd call "the most recent xkcd comic released").

Otherwise, this would be considered Randal's Magnum Opus, his greatest comic, and the last one. One that lasted forever.

- Past Events -

Just witnessed the Cardinalship of descor. Oh, so that's how it happened! I also got to see the hats on the people's avatars (they've always been there, I just noticed) that seem related to Religious Positions as depicted on people's signatures.

I'm also worried about Helper, our Pope. Did xey** really go MIA? Will-had xey** appear in one of the pages I have yet to read/have read***. Will-had we an Interim pope in the meantime? Etc.

- /Past Events -

Offtopic:

Exodies wrote:
We've discussed the 'river' being on land and in the sea, but we missed another possibility see rivers in the sky

"Extreme floods around the world could have a common cause – mysterious great rivers of water that gush through the atmosphere"


Registration required to view article.



Registration is free and painless and prolly of interest to most TimeWaiters and deviants thereof.


Wait for it, signing up to read newscientist is free?! There have been several articles I wanted to read from them, and for some reason I had the idea that registering wasn't free. Oh well, there's no time to read them anymore, anyway...

@lmjb1964's sig: 8-)

Do we have a standard for that? Do we have competing standards yet?

I propose the following definitions:

Time Traveler: That which reads messages sent through time (from the future to the past) via signatures of people in the present, or by other means (like edited posts with such messages.) Arguably, the Time Travelers are static and the messages are the ones traveling towards them.

1Treking: The action of reading all missed pages of the One True Thread, being lost in the past, trying to catch up with the present. Requires reading more than is missed, so that there's an eventual catch-up (not the be confused with trekking).

*Blitzgirling: Posting reports of treking1, so that the experience is shared with people interested in the trek. Probably requires posting progress so it is known how much one is behind. If your first post in the thread is "hey guys, I've read all the pages!", you're probably doing it wrong.

Finally, I've been reading a lot about gender-neutral pronouns, and I'm sick of it, so I'll put an end to it: I'll be using from now on they/their/them, but since they sound so plural, their singular version changes the th to a x. **xey/xeir/xem look like perfect gender neutral to me. Don't have to deal with "why zir and not zes?" stuff. Who knows, maybe it'll catch on.

Sadly, there doesn't seem a perfect replacement to "you guys", ya'll will still have to do for this.

Page 287/498 - 211 pages behind (treking since 9 pages ago) - 192 pages till Postplosion

Current frame:
Image

*** depending of your frame of reference.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:27 am UTC
by cellocgw
Flotter wrote:220 YARDS1
1FURLONG


Well, my Hells Doggies2 being Papillons, you can certainly describe them as 'fur long.'

1They don't ride motorcycles

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:28 am UTC
by Swein
Bytes wrote:So, is a self appointed avatar hat heretic, or merely kind to Buffygirl's to do list?


Heretic I guess. Though we have those hats that are older than Time itself - The Ortodox heretics - which are forgiven due to their ancient heritage. And then we have those that just didn't know better - The Savages - for which salvation is still possible. Then we have those hatmakers that deliberately broke the covenant - The members of the Freehatters (like myself) - that are surely destined for the Chocolate and Liquorice fate... :(

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:36 am UTC
by Tom17
I'm just curious, is the HalfThousandthPage (HTP?) going to be a recognised event in here?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:37 am UTC
by Bytes
That doesn't sound so bad for making my own hat...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:41 am UTC
by Angelastic
Exodies wrote:Quite tricky to stick your whether to an or there. No reason to be sad, your work on the hidden haiku is Big, but I was inspired by your little poem. It made me wonder what if car mechanics worked the same way human surgeons do, just saw bits off.
But that poem was made from scratch, not with sawn-off bits (well apart from the tune, which is the tune I'd been reading the start of BlitzGirl's comic in.) And it has rhythm and also it makes sense. :/ And now I'm afraid of surgeons. :shock:
Exodies wrote:My quarks rhyme with sharks; what do yours rhyme with?
Sporks, like those of the guy who invented them.

PhoenixRising wrote:I still haven't downloaded the font, but someone linked it awhile back and that was my first (instinctive) read of the extension. Probably doesn't hurt that I don't work with fontfiles more than once a blue moon, so "OpenType Font" was not yet embedded in my subconscious the way "OT?1" is.

1 ? = RegEx wildcard that selects any single character. But ofc you knew that. :)
So, am I the only one to read 'ofc' as 'One False Comic'?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:41 am UTC
by PhoenixRising
495/498. One little push more... then I can go coma and wake up 10 Newpages behind. Woo!

(Almost) last set of replies:
Spoiler:
buffygirl wrote:
PhoenixRising wrote:
buffygirl wrote:BLITZGIRL! You made it! oh, and THIS!

OMGWTFBBQ. I love you. I am totally geeking out like I geeked out for Randall's version of that. Boom de yada!
...can I maybe ask your Buffyness's permission to use one of the frames as a new avatar? Pretty please with a cherry on top?

Sure, why not - you would not be replacing an already buffy-hatted avatar, and so it is really is out of my jurisdiction. Go for it!
you know BlitzGirl created that comic, right? Better change my sig to reflect that.


I had not realized that at the time ('s what I get for being stuck so far in the past). I continued not realizing until I reached the actual creation post, at which point I geeked out again and sent BlitzGirl a similar request. :mrgreen:

But I will take your approval as a good sign. Hopefully BlitzGirl agrees too (I should find out soon! Almost there!)


ergman wrote:Hello. I am known as Erg in the small pockets of the internet which I frequent.
When I first became aware of The One True Comic, I was alone.
A stranger in a strange land.
I was awash with wonder at XKCD #1190, the comic that kept on giving.
with some effort and research, I found this humble cult community, and after browsing the wiki, inspecting the apps, and lurking among the scripture
I decided I could not allow the opportunity for such a wonderful thing pass me by.
So here I am.
do with me what you will.


Hmm. I think we should feed you cake.


BlitzGirl wrote:
PhoenixRising wrote:<snip>
Meanwhile I'm roughly halfway caught up, and have found my first signpost! Also updated the quotes wiki to clear out my tab-bar, and found that we're up to 150 quotes. Again I say, all of you stop being so quotable!

Congrats on reaching your first signpost!
(It is worth noting that we have close to 20,000 posts in this thread, so really, 150 quotes isn't too bad. :D )


Yay, a mention from BlitzGirl! :mrgreen: Good point about the quotes percentage. Estimating roughly 200 quotes (by the time I catch up with you guys)/20,000 posts = 0.01 = 1% of posts. That's surprisingly low.

River... don't get cannibalistic pls. You may be crazy but I don't recall seeing you eating people. You're not a Reaver!


Helper wrote:
PhoenixRising wrote:<snip>
BlitzGirl wrote:Ready to see what I spent my morning doing? Here you go! It's a Present Present from me to you!

[img]<imgsnip>[/img]

Click Here for Larger Version

Disclaimer: I really, really wanted to fit as many posters as possible in here but my wrist is already limp as a noodle! I tried to mostly stay with still-active people since they're the ones most likely to see it. But there were still way, way too many for even a dozen of these! I still love you all equally, I promise!!
List of those I included:
<snip>
Hope you enjoy! It was a lot of fun to make. :D One of the reasons I'm happy to be in the Now is that I can do things like this, where in the Past I was too busy Questing, reading pastposts, and writing signposts!

Edit: Oh yeah, the original: http://xkcd.com/442/


HOLY FRICK. You made this? What epic win. What epic win. Same request I made BuffyGirl a signpost or two ago: please can I have permission from your Blitzness to use one of the frames as an avatar? Pretty please with a cherry on top?

Still geeking out every time I see that image :mrgreen: I might want to put a poster of it on my wall eventually... if you're good with that, ofc.
<snip>

As soon as I saw the collage, I wanted a poster of it :D


ikr?? It's practically required for something that epic! Must not be restrained to the Interwebs!

I've been up all night. I'm drained and I'm not seeing or thinking clearly. But I am still geeking out every time that image gets a mention.

ChronosDragon wrote:
PhoenixRising wrote:
TheMinim wrote:With the newpix, now have read to the end of page 20. Blimey, this is going to take a while.


Starting from page 1? :O Good luck, second BlitzGirl!


More like third or fourth BlitzGirl. Don't forget about Vytron! And all the other intrepid souls embarking on their pilgrimage through the OTT!


I wasn't sure who was all still trekking, since I passed various signposts on my way here. (Kryton, Vytron, and one or two others.) But I stand corrected.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:42 am UTC
by Latent22
Just took a photo of my friend Catherine silky in a beret.

20130502_233713~01.jpg

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:51 am UTC
by LankieBlonde
Hi. I've been reading this thread off and on for sometime now. I love the hats and the filks. Congratulations Blitzgirl and best wishes to Vytron. You both are inspiring. In fact, all those who have travelled and who are travelling through Time have inspired me to do it myself (what a big copy-cat I am). I started last night and got to page 9. I'll post every 50 pages.
Bye. :D

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 11:59 am UTC
by KarMann
Latent22 wrote:Just took a photo of my friend Catherine silky in a beret.
Spoiler:
Image

Shouldn't that be "LaSilky"? :)

Added: Well! Old-school PFAN for the last NP of this century. I wonder who will take us into the future after this?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 12:01 pm UTC
by PhoenixRising
496/498. I take strength in my closeness to the Present, and surge forward. But the sheer number of replies weighs me down, so I must unload them all:

Spoiler:
Kieryn wrote:Hey all, how's my new avatar? :-) Thanks again BlitzGirl!
And I tip my hat to Buffygirl of course...


Your new avatar is amazing. I love it.


StratPlayer wrote:
Someguy945 wrote:I think the OTC just jumped the shark. There is no way Cueball would do something this stupid. There is no way Megan would let Cueball do something this stupid. My suspension of disbelief has been shattered.


Pffft, this comic has jumped the shark, stifled the spark, mutated the quark, de-feathered the lark, paved over the park, silenced the snark, and ignored the hark, and it's done that since Newframe #1...

And yet we STILL Wait For It...

Where's the REAL joke in this comic ? ? ? :D :wink:


Wait for it!


jetpac wrote:
PhoenixRising wrote:471/494. Bags, bags errywhere!

More replies:<snip>


Quoted thrice in one signpost? An embarrassment of riches!

Edit: I feel I should comment in some way that the inside of that spoiler is heavily snipped, in a manner that some may call narcicisstic. Or, if they knew how to spell, narcissistic.


You posted stuff that tickled my fancy. :mrgreen: I wasn't about to let that go unanswered.


StormAngel wrote:
StormAngel wrote:Oh, and while I'm here, I must say "Happy Present-day, BlitzGirl!!"

I'd have done so sooner, but I've been busy making my bed,
<snip>

ggh wrote:StormAngel, impressed with the bed. How long did that take?


I started construction back in mid-November, and that was after at least a month of designing in SketchUp (which has continued to be an ongoing process).
but the end is in sight :)

Wait for it.


and here's another pic:
<snip>

:) I'm only 10 NewPages behind...
: Not a NewPic


Very nice bed! You put a lot of dedication into that, I see.


BlitzGirl wrote:
PhoenixRising wrote:
BlitzGirl wrote:Ready to see what I spent my morning doing? Here you go! It's a Present Present from me to you!
Click Here for Larger Version


HOLY FRICK. You made this? What epic win. What epic win. Same request I made BuffyGirl a signpost or two ago: please can I have permission from your Blitzness to use one of the frames as an avatar? Pretty please with a cherry on top?

Still geeking out every time I see that image :mrgreen: I might want to put a poster of it on my wall eventually... if you're good with that, ofc.

*moves onward ever faster, fueled by the epic image*

Oh yes, feel free to avatar whatever part of it you like - it was made for the thread-readers, after all! I'm actually quite honored.

And thanks for tossing up those first posts! :D
To Selcouth, FullOfIt, and edfel: Thank you!


WOO! I haz teh permissions! Thank you! *Past-glomps*

Once my head is not fogged by lack-of-coma I will have to choose a suitable panel...

Not a problem re: first posts. I figured since you weren't back in the Past anymore I should bring forward whatever gems I found suitable. And so I did. I'm glad you saw them. :mrgreen:


pelrigg wrote:(plus looking at your post I'm seeing how some of the other thingies are done. I've said this before I'm REALLY new with posting in a thread, with this being the FIRST one I've done this in more than once. {The other two(?) I posted a question and that was that.} I so I think I'm getting some of the simple stitches down and maybe I get to do some embroidery soon.)


Like you noticed, looking at someone else's post is a great way to see how stuff is done. Different smilies, font sizes, colors, etc. can all be pulled apart and put back together again if you look closely enough. And you can always ask, like you did earlier.

Take your time with the simple stitches! After all, the commandment was Wait for It. So, wait until you're ready, then go have fun with the embroidery.


BlitzGirl wrote:No! No Morse Code, the blitzers won't like that.
And DEFINITELY no Morse Code/rot13 mashups! Bad! Bad!

Where in Time is Dracomax? We seem to have lost our Inquisitor around Newpage 408... :(


I didn't see Dracomax back there. :/ He must be way back...

Morse/Rot13? Fine, I got this. Somebody else please throw these back in time for the other Blitzers? Don't think I can survive another round with whatever Sheeple are left back there. Not until I coma.

jovialbard wrote:
Valarya wrote:
ChronosDragon wrote:
Helper wrote:Maybe it's a message in a steambottle. . . . / - - - / . . .


dot dot...OH it's morse code. SOS. I get it.

.-- .- .. - / ..-. --- .-. / .. - .-.-.-
WAIT FOR IT.


--- .... / .-. .- -. -.. .- .-.. .-.. / .. ... / - .... .. ... / - .... . / -. . .-- / .-. --- - .---- ...--
OH RANDALL IS THIS THE NEW ROT13

.- -... / --. ..- ...- ..-. / ...- ..-. / --. ..- .-. / .- .-. .--- / . -... --. .---- ...--

-. .- --.- / .--- ...- --. ..- / --. ..- -. --. / ...- / --.. .... ..-. --. / .--. -... --.. -.

AB GUVF VF GUR ARJ EBG13
NAQ JVGU GUNG V ZHFG PBZN

NO THIS IS THE NEW ROT13
AND WITH THAT I MUST COMA


EDIT: ninja'd by patzer. Even here there be ninjas!


AluisioASG wrote:A gift from 20 NewPages ago (right after Pope Helper the First's return):
<imgsnip>
-- The Man Whose Eyes Burned from the Fading


In Dracomax's absence, I will do this myself. *prepares chocolate and licorice* Prepare to face the Inquisition!


dreiarmumig wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:A gift from 20 NewPages ago (right after Pope Helper the First's return):
<imgsnip>
-- The Man Whose Eyes Burned from the Fading

Damn you! I had only just gotten rid of the flickering afterimage on my retinae. If this gets posted one more time I'm gonna sig it.


Oh? *prepares more chocolate*



On to victory!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 12:05 pm UTC
by Flotter
LankieBlonde wrote:Hi. I've been reading this thread off and on for sometime now. I love the hats and the filks. Congratulations Blitzgirl and best wishes to Vytron. You both are inspiring. Infact, all those who have travelled and who are travelling through Time have inspired me to do it myself (what a big copy-cat I am). I started last night and got to page 9. I'll post every 50 pages.
Bye. :D

Many (all?) pilgrims travel paths which have been travelled by others before them, no need to apologise. Good luck on your journey!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 12:10 pm UTC
by mscha
ANKLONGGGGGGGG...
Image

-- posted by newpixbot

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 12:10 pm UTC
by KarMann
Oh! They speak!
Spoiler:
Image


Edit: You weren't kidding about those ninjas. Even robotic ninjas! What's this world come to?