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In 1888, the American publisher Joseph Stoddart had dinner with two British writers to see if he could reach an agreement to get them to write his company a novel each for publication. And while the younger of the two Brits almost missed the dinner, Stoppardt was successful, and could a few months later publish The Sign of Four (The Sign of the Four in the US), and The Portrait of Dorian Gray.
I am wondering what a fallen seraph should look like. That, and how their powers would change, considering that whole "so shiny with holy power they have to cover their true form with their wings" shtick they seem to have.
Shrunken like an old man, and washed out, as if the colour has disappeared from it when it fell.
Freehold DM wrote:
Vegepygmues are fine. Blue cheese, much like mayonaisse and vegetarian bacon, is a crime against the laws of gastronomy, however.
I did expect some mythos references, but Ser Kermit, son of Ser Elmo was a surprise.
Tom Rex wrote:
So what's the scoop on Giantslayer, then?
Christopher Rowe wrote:
Yeah, without knowing the specifics, but being aware of the general conditions for longshoremen worldwide, this is a reason I'm downright positive about getting to wait for the product.
Workers at the Kirunavaara iron ore mine has to travel over a kilometer down into the mountain before reaching their work stations.
Because of the way the iron lode is shaped, the whole town of Kiruna will be moved to avoid people's houses crumbling into the mountain as cracks start to form below the town's current position.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I remember, when I was younger, driving past a SAAB dealer on occasion. The cars looked sharp, but I don't know what models they were.
And there, in a nutshell you've explained why the factory's no longer active. Everyone agreed they were great cars (even James Bond git one when they made an attempt to restart the book series), but then they bought a Toyota or Volkswagen.
The Wug Test was invented by Jean Berko Gleason to investigate if small children have absorbed and learned how to use grammatical rules by using nonsense words to describe what is on cards shown to the children.
This man knows how to zib. What is he doing?
This is a wug, *holds up a second, identical picture*, what are these?
284. Debtors' prison - pony up the cash or stay here. Longer visiting hours and less torture than regular prisons.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
When I was leaving work this morning something caught my eye. The car dealership next door was receiving a delivery. That's not too unusual, but since the cargo consisted of 11 (presumably) brand-new Corvettes, I had to stop for a moment and look. I would never want a Corvette (well, maybe a classic one if I had a s#$%-ton of money), but they sure are pretty to look at.
Strong fondness for the early SAAB 900 Turbo models (and the 9000 models too, but those are because I helped build some of them when I did work experience in 8th grade).
Of the stuff I've read, I'd probably go for Eternal Sky as well.
Can't say I've read/watched enough to nominate anything in a different category. I do feel podcastle deserves something in whatever category they've put podcasts in, though. And on that thought, Tim Pratt and Heather Shaw's christmas story for that podcast as best short story, perhaps?