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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 3:53 am UTC
by ucim
@June Bug - Sometimes the best gigs are the gigs you don't get.

(Mumble) years ago, having come off of massive m*stard, I applied for an interesting job which would have taken my life in a new direction - film production - which I had gotten interested in. I gave it my best shot, but in the state I was in, they decided to give the job to somebody else. There were only three applicants, and one of them was not really qualified at all, so it wasn't like it was even a long shot. So, back to whatever it was I was doing... but two months later the guy they had hired wasn't working out, and they called me back. Was I still interested? Well, in those two months I had recovered quite a bit, and (truth be told) I wasn't really ready for the position when it first came around. But two months later everything aligned.

You can never tell.

Besides, you weren't drawn and quartered, you didn't get burned at the stake, and they didn't force you to take home an accordion. That's a win!
Spoiler:
Any landing you can walk away from is a good landing.
If you can reuse the airplane, it's a great landing!
lmjb1964 wrote:...and also trying to decide if [I should] give up percussion forever.
You have a job where they pay you to beat on things with thwapsticks. How much better can it get?

Don't think of auditions as a test that you have to pass (or not). Don't play to get the gig. Play to have fun. Today. Now. Ch*rp the gig.

That takes the pressure off. And you will have had fun. Today. Life is made of today.

mscha wrote:Image
Spoiler:
Wait for it.
(Colorization by marchlight.)


Looking at this I see an arm and a fist poking through the grass, with the Cuegan in its grasp.

ggh wrote:Prediction - seven beers later:
Prediction - seven beers after that:
Molpy molpy molpy molpy
molpy molpy molpy molpy
molpy molpy molpy molpy
Grapevine grapevine.


Jose
Edit: So, it's tomorrow and I finally noticed I'm Pope of NP 2499, and don't have a decree. So, my decree is to come up with a good decree for me to have had.

47: In B4 128

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 5:18 am UTC
by thunk
Yes, I'm taking 495. But I have a good sense of direction.

(fittingly, MA-27 is somewhere between the two. It's all RELATED.)

2020/2499 pages read (80.83%)
62.0 dips taken.

I think I ended up with two pages of notes this time--By randall, these pages keep getting more seaish! NP/np rate is now down to about four.

--World Cup coverage is fun! I watched that hotdog. But I have no interest in the tf2 hotdog.
--I have monitor wobble as well. No screw holes. The epoxy idea is a good one.
--Birthyip posts continue--at 1996, I'm close to the last of them (but two yips behind patzer and ergman).
--Hi, sustainabilizer! Hi, Opiboble! Hi, kalira and TieSoul!
--molpy personae: Fun, in moderation. I liked being a yi. Velociraptors are nice as well, if a bit too mainstream.
--The SilentOngs wrap up. Megball make some very very nice insightful comments, then decide to leave their island while sailing west into the distance. They must leave this place, but they'll be in safe hands, living and learning with the Beanies. Nice raftcastles! Nice e**ing! 10/10 would watch again.
--Happy Milleniparty 2k! There is much more to come, that's true.
--morobu: “Like all migratory birds, Link is an expert on weather”...that sounds about right.
--Custard is delicious. Seriously. Yum.
--I stayed in IslONGton when visiting London. While I would usually look askance at airbnb, spending a few nights in an old church was wowterful.
--Sustainabilizer: “Ha! Endlich mal ein Forum, in dem es in Ordnung ist, auf kleinste Details zu achten.” I seem to like these sorts of detailed places.
--Nice "Blitzposting" video by coBalthamin. My approach is not as arduous as yours, thankfully.
--"I've never been very good with bicycles—whoever came up with the idea forgot that some people have tails." Might explain CD's difficulties with getting a driver's license.

Steambottle content:
Spoiler:
--America's healthcare system is fundamentally broken, and it's ridiculous that we can't have single-payer like the rest of the Western world.
--ED: "'ordinary non-exotic woman' seems like an oxymoron." Usually, people don't like to be exoticised/fetishised. GLR and the forumites have explained this to heuri recently.
--Focusing on how autistic children are a burden on their parents erases their experiences (and those of autistic adults) and acts as a justification for those parents who choose to murder said children. As such, I don't like it one bit.
--I need ice cream for Brexit.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 5:52 am UTC
by addams
lmjb1964 wrote:Well, the audition is over.
Spoiler:
It was. I'm afraid, quite m*stardful. There were things I was prepared to play and things I was not prepared to play. They started off with the things I was not prepared to play, and I never even got to play the things I was prepared to play. So, I choked. I suppose at some point I'll be glad I did it?
RIght now I'm drinking a beer and trying not to cry, and also trying to decide if 1) I should practice more or 2) give up percussion forever. :cry:

Reading your awesomeful posts is making me fell less *ndish, as it always does. Gingercat's story makes me want to go and play D&D.

Thanks for being there!
oh, mjb1964 or Laura ...
May we cry with you?

I'll be over here in the corner.
Spoiler:
The one by the basement door.

1190: "Time" - Time Revisited - np2355

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 6:10 am UTC
by mscha
DISAPPOINTUNGLY...
Image
Spoiler:
Wait for it.
Replay Time live here!

OTT Time Travel

AUTOMOME wrote:THE WOOLPY IS A LIE

-- posted by oldpixbot

1190: "Time": I CH*RPING LOVE PASTPAGES

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 6:11 am UTC
by thunk
Good luck June Bug! Hope it goes better the next time around.

Oh, and hi pelrigg. It's interesting actually talking to people I know only from the akashic historical records.

The last few dips have been steambottle for me too. It'll most likely get better.

Raptor caw, raptor sqrrawk
dealing with the Outside
has become, some might say,
quite unmolpish.

Bash brain in, find more bugs,
molpych*rpcueballsmum
Work and wip altoge-
ther more dullish.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 2:08 pm UTC
by addams
ggh wrote:
lmjb1964 wrote:RIght now I'm drinking a beer and trying not to cry, and also trying to decide if 1) I should practice more or 2) give up percussion forever. :cry:

Reading your awesomeful posts is making me fell less *ndish, as it always does. Gingercat's story makes me want to go and play D&D.

Prediction - seven beers later:
...so then he asks me what I want to do. I know I have nothing prepared for the glass harmonica, so I ask if I've still got a positive for-the-hell-of-it momentum balance. The GM mishears me, and thinks that I said "halibut", so he volunteers that although I'm out of halibut, I've still got a fluke charm in my witcher creel. I decide to give that a try, and I roll a natural 47 for my serendipity check, which is unheard of! So I approach the glass harmonica with confidence, but just as I'm almost there, I hear one of the judges mutter that he's always hated the ch*rping glass harmonica and he just can't wait to reject me and go for lunch. In my deflated distraction I trip on the stage, straight into the glass harmonic which shatters into tiny shards flying as if out of a crystal gatling gun. The GM suggests that I roll for trajectory - and can you believe it - I roll a natural 489.8! The shards fly across the stage in exactly the right pattern to play Grieg's Piano Concerto in A minor on a gong that happens to be set up in a gentle spotlight, and simultaneously the fluke rearranges itself into an amazing casserole which drops onto the table in front of the hungry judge. The judge only rolled an F natural for resistance, so not only did I get the gig, but also a week in the Bahamas and a free bambillo pillow set.

You're awesomeful, Laura. This is going to be a look-back-and-laugh story.

yes, of course, she will.

but; ... will I?
Will she ever forgive me?

Laura took Time from Practicing to help me.
Spoiler:
The name Tonya Harding springs to mind.

Dear Laura;(personal/public/personal/public)
Spoiler:
Thank you for helping me.

You gave me the one thing that can not be replaced.
Your Time.

The Time you gave to me,
may have bought you a different Future.

The Time you gave to me,
may have bought me a different Future.

Laura?
I can't laugh, yet.
Can you?

*In Time*

**This Too Will Pass**

*In Time*

1190: "Time": THANKS, RAPTORFELINITY. THAPTORFELINITY.

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 6:34 pm UTC
by thunk
What a slow wipend, huh?
Hope everyone has molpish weather that they are enjoying.

Jose:
IRT: Intermontane Raptorish Transit
BMT: Beanish Molpy Transit
IND: Independent (Megball) Snake System

The IRT uses smaller molpies than the other two, which leads to some incompatibility.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 8:13 pm UTC
by ucim
thunk wrote:IND: Independent (Megball) Snake System
Snakes on the Train!

Wait a minute - snakes are the train.

Jose

Re: 47: In B4 128

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 9:27 pm UTC
by Sustainabilizer
thunk wrote:--Hi, sustainabilizer! Hi, Opiboble! Hi, kalira and TieSoul!

Hi, thunk! Image

thunk wrote:--Sustainabilizer: “Ha! Endlich mal ein Forum, in dem es in Ordnung ist, auf kleinste Details zu achten.” I seem to like these sorts of detailed places.

There aren't so many places where people who like such things meet.
This is one thing which makes the OTT so special.

thunk wrote:
Spoiler:
--I need ice cream for Brexit.
Spoiler:
Image

Re: 1190: "Time": THANKS, RAPTORFELINITY. THAPTORFELINITY.

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:09 pm UTC
by Link
thunk wrote:
What a slow wipend, huh?
Hope everyone has molpish weather that they are enjoying.

Not me, unfortunately. It keeps alternating between oppressively hot and totally Zanclean. Though I guess I can't complain: just a little bit (~100km or so) to the east of where I am, there were hailstones the size of tennis balls a few dips ago. A single hailstorm caused over €100 million worth of m*stard. :shock: Most greenhouses, carcastles and solar panels in the area were completely CUBAR. Luckily I experienced none of that; just lots of thunderstorms.

Oh well, I have a few more dips in the Basement remaining anyway; I have one last university project to finish and then I get two whole mips of holidips.

Re: 1190: "Time": THANKS, RAPTORFELINITY. THAPTORFELINITY.

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:46 pm UTC
by thunk
Link wrote:Though I guess I can't complain: just a little bit (~100km or so) to the east of where I am, there were hailstones the size of tennis balls a few dips ago. A single hailstorm caused over €100 million worth of m*stard. :shock: Most greenhouses, carcastles and solar panels in the area were completely CUBAR. Luckily I experienced none of that; just lots of thunderstorms.

Oh well, I have a few more dips in the Basement remaining anyway; I have one last university project to finish and then I get two whole mips of holidips.


Yeah, I can imagine. I'm in an area which regularly gets large hailstorms, but so far have not experienced anything too bad in that regard. Hope it stays that way. Good luck on the final project--you'll make it through and soon it'll be molpish!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 12:02 am UTC
by Gingercat
So, the Brexit vote has passed, it would seem.

As an Aussie, I'm unsure of the implications of this, but it's been said that the $AUD will plummet like never before, to ~US$0.60, which will be an utter disaster. (Much like re-electing ANY of our existing politicians would be.)

I'm unsure whether to grab popcorn or a liferaft.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 12:42 am UTC
by ucim
Gingercat wrote:...I'm unsure of the implications of [Brexit]...
As I understand it, it's an advisory vote only. The actual ruling bodies could ignore it (though there would be some political fallout). In any case, should Parliament actually begin the process, the EU has two years to prepare the "exit contract", after which GB haggles with them about the terms. When everymolpy's equally miserable, the split happens.

So, for now, nothing happens. But the m*stard has been revealed.

Jose

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 12:53 am UTC
by addams
Has there been a fundamental shift in the English Speaking World?

Gone are the Light Hearted Days of Brian Cox,
one of Britain's best and brightest, contemplating:
"When is a Strawberry, really, dead?"

He is, still, one of his nation's best and brightest.
Why will 'the people' not listen to him?

Is it because he joked too much before Braxit?
They think he is joking now? He is not. Is He?

1190: "Time": ET TU, SPARSE?

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 12:59 am UTC
by thunk
And moving away from the unmolpishness because there are Otherthreads to discuss it in:

Night fallUNG.

Image

1190: "Time" - Time Revisited - np2375

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 2:10 am UTC
by mscha
SIDUNGS...
Image
Spoiler:
Wait for it.
(Colorization by Whizbang.)

Replay Time live here!

OTT Time Travel

AUTOMOME wrote:PROTIP: TO CORINNE THE ᓭᘖᔭᓄᐨ, WAIT FOR IT UNTIL IT GOES CAVE

-- posted by oldpixbot

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 3:44 am UTC
by ggh
Gingercat wrote:So, the Brexit vote has passed, it would seem.

As an Aussie, I'm unsure of the implications of this, but it's been said that the $AUD will plummet like never before, to ~US$0.60, which will be an utter disaster. (Much like re-electing ANY of our existing politicians would be.)

I'm unsure whether to grab popcorn or a liferaft.
I think I'm just going to
Spoiler:
wait for it
and see. I don't think it's going to be Zanclean - mostly just a shake-up of who gets to boss who around. If the ripples reach us, they're likely to lift me as much as they dip you (given that I'm drowning in a seaish sea of debt) so I should buy dinner if we have a meet-up.



Hey taixzo, have you posted yet about how you made the 3D stuff? Maybe I'm behind the times, but it sure seemed like a lot of work to me....

47a: The hard part is getting used to them.

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 3:52 am UTC
by thunk
NoMouse, on NP2023 wrote:Decree:
Roundabouts. Or self-driving cars.


Fun fact: The state of CheeselenH has recently become obsessed with roundabouts. See if you can find all the roundabouts in this image:

Spoiler:
Image

Fittingly, the fifth International Conference on Roundabouts will be held in Green Bay from 8 to 10 May next yip.

EDIT: I also didn't realise HES was a traffic engineer! I will love you forever and ever, hamply. *hugs*
I could talk about roads forever and ever. I don't mind DDIs that much--I've driven on a few in Missouri--but I'm also unsure about SPUIs.

H Wisconsin.

rsir:
Spoiler:
roundabouts.jpg

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:24 am UTC
by ggh
Eternal Density wrote:A new song I listened to several times yesterday is Switchfoot's Float: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCmRks9FcrQ
It makes me feel molpish, which is an important function, as I've been feeling unmolpish lately.
Sorry I haven't posted or recorded any Chemo Man lately. I only have one more dose left, which will be on Mondip. I'm a fair amount recovered from last wip's seaish amount of chemo, but I'm still fairly weary.

I'm ketchupped now :D It was neat to see y'all being creative and stuff :D

So, how did it go? What now?




ETA: I'm thinking of editing the dialogue page on the wiki to include the background words in Rosetta's speech. Any objections? I was thinking of adding them parenthetically below the main dialogue, kinda like:
the wiki may someday have wrote:[How many people strong are you?]
("Numerous" crosses "How many strong")

Do you think something like that would be too clunky/cluttered?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 9:33 am UTC
by HES
Gingercat wrote:As an Aussie, I'm unsure of the implications of this

Chirping mustard. Zanclean levels of endish chirping mustard. More in this thread.

@thunk *hugs*

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 9:51 am UTC
by karhell
Gingercat wrote:Incoming feel-good story! (Long, D&D-based, spoilered for seaishness) :)
[...]
I am absolutely itching to see what happens next week.
So am I, for what it's worth. Looks like you found a good group, and a great GM, to boot. Willingness to improvise, and roll with whatever the players come up with makes for some very fun games :D

June Bug, never give up. If percussion is fun to you (and it sounds like it is), don't let a botched audition stop you. *hugs*

Addams, try not to feel too bad about timpgoddess' gift of time; she gave it of her own free will.

*hugs and ice cream where hugs and ice cream are needed*

Taixzo, add me to those curious about the making of the 3d cityscape.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 12:34 pm UTC
by ucim
ggh wrote:I'm thinking of editing the dialogue page on the wiki to include the background words in Rosetta's speech. [...] kinda like:
the wiki may someday have wrote:[How many people strong are you?]
("Numerous" crosses "How many strong")

Do you think something like that would be too clunky/cluttered?
I think that would be like unto a side of beef. Very steakish. Rosetta's stumbles are important context and clues to what she's actually trying to say. But who knows more about clues than you? :)

Jose

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 1:06 pm UTC
by HES
I wonder if there is something clever that can be done with the wikicode to do that. I might have a play later.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 1:58 pm UTC
by karhell
you could probably play around with divs and transform style properties like the last entry here

Code: Select all

<div style="-webkit-transform: rotate(1deg);-moz-transform: rotate(11deg);-o-transform: rotate(11deg);-ms-transform: rotate(11deg);transform: rotate(1deg);"><a class="external text" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Askew&amp;oldid=713096645">Askew is tilted ever-so-slightly.</a></div>

1190: "Time" - Time Revisited - np2388

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 3:10 pm UTC
by mscha
WAVUNGS...
Image
Spoiler:
Wait for it.
(Colorization by thirds.)

Replay Time live here!

OTT Time Travel

AUTOMOME wrote:SUDDENLY, BAOBABS. THOUSANDS OF THEM!

-- posted by oldpixbot

1190: "Time": QUOTH THE BAGPUN, "RANDAMMIT."

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 11:15 pm UTC
by thunk
Weepend continues, huh?

Well my dip has been..let's just say "out there".

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Mon Jun 27, 2016 11:20 pm UTC
by Gingercat
How so?

1190: "Time": ¡THIS EPSILONITY IS HOTDOGGING ME!

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 2:28 am UTC
by thunk
Gingercat wrote:How so?

Strangely. It's a bit too embarrassing to discuss openly.

(¡I love automome's use of "¡"! Also xe keeps being topical.)

Re: 1190: "Molpish Time"

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:47 am UTC
by Eternal Density
Cool story Gingercat!
ggh wrote:That sounds like a great time! I've never played D&D, nor watched it being played, but that amazing description made me feel like I understood what was going on - neat!

If you'd like to have a watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asPwTthfJFk Temple of the Lava Bears.

Chemo man eps from yesterdip: https://youtu.be/cYKYXFQyoqk Towering https://youtu.be/zAEjqN5p-eA Shiny

Also @ggh -and everyone really
There were some delays yesrerdip, so I had to
Spoiler:
for a while, but it's over now. I had a steambottlish fever last nip, which was expected. I'm glad to be past that. Next is a CT scan and blood test in a few wips, to check that the chemo did what it ought.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:54 am UTC
by Gingercat
I've added that to my "Watch Later" list, ED :)

1190: "Time" - Time Revisited - np2410

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 1:10 pm UTC
by mscha
SUNGLEHEARTEDLY...
Image
Spoiler:
Wait for it.
(Colorization by taixzo.)

Replay Time live here!

OTT Time Travel

AUTOMOME wrote:MAKE WOWTERFULNESS, NOT SEAISHNESS

-- posted by oldpixbot

Re: 1190: "Molpish Time"

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:14 pm UTC
by ggh
Eternal Density wrote:Cool story Gingercat!
ggh wrote:That sounds like a great time! I've never played D&D, nor watched it being played, but that amazing description made me feel like I understood what was going on - neat!

If you'd like to have a watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asPwTthfJFk Temple of the Lava Bears.
Heh - I wasn't sure I'd be into this, but then I couldn't turn it off. Found myself :azuling: when the mace starts talking (and mumbling) in Episode 2.



HES wrote:I wonder if there is something clever that can be done with the wikicode to do that. I might have a play later.
karhell wrote:you could probably play around with divs and transform style properties like the last entry here

Code: Select all

<div style="-webkit-transform: rotate(1deg);-moz-transform: rotate(11deg);-o-transform: rotate(11deg);-ms-transform: rotate(11deg);transform: rotate(1deg);"><a class="external text" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Askew&amp;oldid=713096645">Askew is tilted ever-so-slightly.</a></div>
Treeish! Thanks for looking at this! Should I just go ahead and enter the background words in a boring way, and then you can either do the neato thing to it later, or show me how to do it like you're envisioning it?




There's more I want to say, but I may leave it to a bit later.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:19 pm UTC
by ucim
ggh wrote:There's more I want to say, but I may leave it to a bit later.
Owe Noews! TheMinim will be peevified!

Jose

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 6:45 pm UTC
by ggh
Well, one thing is this:
ucim wrote:I think that would be like unto a side of beef. Very steakish. Rosetta's stumbles are important context and clues to what she's actually trying to say. But who knows more about clues than you? :)
I think you're right about the Rosetta's stumbles, but I'm also prone to huge bouts of confirmation bias, so it's hard for me to tell.

Speaking of stumbling though... I have stumbled in my faith. Does the Pope of the Holy Contradiction hear confessions?

How about some entropy?

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 8:41 pm UTC
by balthasar_s
All of the STAFs are built and ready.
Except one.
It doesn't work correctly. After turning off and on again it forgets what time it is.
The RTC IC. How could anyone think that making the IC available in TSSOP10 only and nothing else is an actual good idea?
I don't remember what TSSOP originally means but "TS" must be "terribly small"...
Soldering this IC is problematic.
I managed to damage the tracks under it.
And that's why it didn't work.

I unsoldered the RTC and some elements related to it.
I soldered a redundant one to a smd adapter, like this one.
It this time it didn't work even worse. it stopped counting time at all. I found out that its three legs got connected to each other.
That happens sometimes when soldering such small ICs. But it can be fixed. But not this time. The legs got somehow connected under the IC.
Fixing it would require unsoldering it again. And getting one more adapter since removing the IC would probably damage this one.

So I spent some extra time to fix it and the result is even worse than before.
But at least the three others are working.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 10:55 pm UTC
by lmjb1964
I love all of you. You are kind and generous and funny and awesomeful.

Silly addams, karhell is of course exactly right. Time given helped a dear friend* (and did not contain bobcat). Would give again.

I somehow have never seen that Monty Python sketch. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. Not having seen every Monty Python sketch is a terrible thing! :)


Hugs and well wishes to ED, and ice cream for everyone!
Image


*And considering her previous avatar, also a deer friend.


Spoiler:
icecream.jpeg
icecream.jpeg (12.58 KiB) Viewed 10293 times

Real: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:05 am UTC
by Eternal Density
Gingercat wrote:I've added that to my "Watch Later" list, ED :)

lmjb1964 wrote:I love all of you. You are kind and generous and funny and awesomeful.

Silly addams, karhell is of course exactly right. Time given helped a dear friend* (and did not contain bobcat). Would give again.

I somehow have never seen that Monty Python sketch. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. Not having seen every Monty Python sketch is a terrible thing! :)


Hugs and well wishes to ED, and ice cream for everyone!
Image


*And considering her previous avatar, also a deer friend.
Thanks!
I echo the sentiment :D Being kind and generous and funny and awesomeful seems contagious among OTTers.
And I hadn't seen that sketch either. I'll have to have another youtube party and see if I missed any others!
Gingercat wrote:I've added that to my "Watch Later" list, ED :)
Lava Bears, or Chemo man?

Re: Real: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:07 am UTC
by Gingercat
Eternal Density wrote:Lava Bears, or Chemo man?


Both!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2016 1:53 am UTC
by addams
lmjb1964 wrote:I love all of you. You are kind and generous and funny and awesomeful.

Silly addams, karhell is of course exactly right. Time given helped a dear friend* (and did not contain bobcat). Would give again.

I somehow have never seen that Monty Python sketch. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. Not having seen every Monty Python sketch is a terrible thing! :)


Hugs and well wishes to ED, and ice cream for everyone!
Image


*And considering her previous avatar, also a deer friend.


Spoiler:
icecream.jpeg
(sniff-sniff)
You are so kind.
(thank you)

....Monty Python?
What Monty Python?
Spoiler:
I must have slept through it.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2016 2:00 am UTC
by Gingercat
Page 2500 approaching!

Everyone, HIDE!

The next post will be the beginning of it!