Aww, I missed the Lucky scene. But luckily, I didn't ‘cheat’ and keught up on the OTC while OTT-upketching, so I still got a bit of the three story, as described so well by xpatiate.
Happy 600 Yappo! Here is a cake with exactly 600 pieces of peanut butter cups, or so I am told.
Indeed, happy 600th, yappo!
But k.bookbinder, you should ask your money back. An estimate: in the lower layer, we can count about 15 pieces, so the circumference is about 30. That's a radius of 30/2π ≈ 4.77. There are about 7 layers, so the volume is approximately 7×π×4.77² ≈ 500.
And because I love all of you so much, here's some mustard (seemingly uncaught (7np later)): np(m)2746
Good catch! We seem to have missed that completely, even though it's clearly visible with the naked eye. It was there originally
and hasn't been fixed
(If the GLR fixes this some time within the next icositetranewpix, it'll be pretty much proof that He reads the OTT or has minions to do that.)
Due to the latest exciting plot twists the perceived post rate rocketed upwards in both numbers and line count, and even for a regular like me it is becoming very hard to keep up and reading all posts with appropriate care. I'd like to appeal to those participating in the discussion to continue doing so - but it is now more important than ever to to it on the crest and not behind the wave, and maybe bear the "interesting skirt" rule in mind.
I'm not sure I'm reading this correctly, but I think you're saying: present dwellers can post what they want, but blitzers need to think twice before they post.
If that's the case, then: please, not that again... Blitzers, please keep posting as you like, many of us do appreciate your updates!
(In any case, posts from the past are only a tiny part of the volume. The OTT is much more polluted with off-topic posts, unspoilered huge images, unsnipped huge quotes followed by a single sentence of reply, posts saying the exact same thing that was said 10 times in the past NP, complaints about what's being posted (like this one), and those are all from us present dwellers.)
thunderrabbit wrote:Wow; from frame to frame, they don't appear to be running, but when comparing these newpix to the corresponding newpix on the way *up* the mountain, they're going something like an order of magnitude faster.
Cuegan is going a lot faster than on the way up – sometimes running, sometimes simply walking faster – but more importantly, the OTC is moving faster, i.e. there's more Inside time between two newpix.