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The thread has been busy today. I approve.

Silver Crusade

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And that's how I show it.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Evening all. What did I miss?

Space Jesus?


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Naked Space Jesus then.


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Sharoth wrote:
Naked Space Jesus then.

Naked Captain Janeway.


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i witnessed myself singing an octave below a tenor.

of course, he was going up high into alto ranges but still


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I can sing show tunes and kids songs (which i make up).

Well not really but i still do it.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Naked Space Jesus then.
Naked Captain Janeway.

Well, hiya boys! what'cha doing all the way out here ;-)


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Captain Janeway wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Naked Space Jesus then.
Naked Captain Janeway.
Well, hiya boys! what'cha doing all the way out here ;-)

*Not* getting lost in the Delta Quadrant. That's what we're doing.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Captain Janeway wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Naked Space Jesus then.
Naked Captain Janeway.
Well, hiya boys! what'cha doing all the way out here ;-)
*Not* getting lost in the Delta Quadrant. That's what we're doing.

You know what they say about women drivers...

*ducks*


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Arcana Whupass wrote:

You know what they say about women drivers...

*ducks*

Women drivers have ducks? Wouldn't that be distracting?


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gran rey de los everything wrote:
Arcana Whupass wrote:

You know what they say about women drivers...

*ducks*

Women drivers have ducks? Wouldn't that be distracting?

Extremeley. That's why they get lost in the Delta Quadrant. It's those damned ducks.


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Arcana Whupass wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Arcana Whupass wrote:

You know what they say about women drivers...

*ducks*

Women drivers have ducks? Wouldn't that be distracting?
Extremeley. That's why they get lost in the Delta Quadrant. It's those damned ducks.

Quack!

*tappy tappy tap*


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*distracts all the women drivers with awkward mating dance that looks suspiciously like the macarena with additional leftwards pelvic thrusting*

Wabnaquark!!


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I now have the idea of doing 4-panel comics that aren't funny at all, but in fact are of extremely emotionally painful moments


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I just came up with a terrible story idea that is essentially "Magical Girl Genre meets the themes of Death Note while trying hard not to be Madoka Magica"


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Seems like people didn't like my latest blog entry, since it hasn't gotten any likes or reblogs.

Nobody has responded to the question I asked on said blog either. *Sigh*


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Icyshadow wrote:

Seems like people didn't like my latest blog entry, since it hasn't gotten any likes or reblogs.

Nobody has responded to the question I asked on said blog either. *Sigh*

if you're talking about tumblr, the dash moves quick. people might not have seen it.


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That seems likely as well. Oh well, I should get to writing before I go to GURPS today. Starting a new campaign; Zombie Outbreak in 90's Germany.


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wow I haven't tried to draw something intended to look archetypically 'anime' in years.

it's totally not working out even though this how I started off drawing all those years ago


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the hardest part will be developing a style that appears archetypically moe but can be convincingly contorted into one of the many creepy, insane faces of Kira.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
This is the most New York place in all of New York. You don't wait online so much as make your way to the front to place your order, instinctually knowing your place in the hierarchy, and you'll hear a dozen languages while doing so. Tourists are easily detected as they try to say they were there first and accusing someone of cutting them off in line.
And you wonder why people want to avoid the place.
why would anyone want to avoid a place that has amazing food and you just walk up to the counter and order?

Because of all. the. people. You're all crammed together, from cradle to grave, housed and working stacked on top of each other in a sprawling concrete habitrail. Escape is miles away, silence and solitude so very much further. How can you breathe? How can you not be perpetually panicking?

Maybe if I could Nightcrawler-teleport away or turn Kitty Pryde-intangible I could stand it for short visits. But otherwise no, not even if I was invulnerable or could turn invisible or could Mystique-shift into anonymous forms. No, no, no.


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lol i have no idea what I'm doing I dont draw anime s+%*


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Wow I can't believe I came up with this concept in the course of a couple hours

優輝のプリティ正義 Yuuki no Pretty Seigi:

Yuuki uses a glaive. Her image color might be blue and gold. She is short, slight and round-faced.

In the beginning, Yuuki is a high school girl with idealistic but vague beliefs about how the world should work. When the glaive drops into her life one day, she realizes that she can use its incredible power to change the world for the better. She decides to start by fighting crime. Initially she only incapacitates criminals and allows police to take care of them, but eventually starts killing them herself. Yuuki becomes increasingly megalomaniacal over time, eventually proclaiming herself and other Magical Girls to be gods (which she assumes to be her allies in justice by default, and any magical girl who disagrees with her to be a traitor and unworthy of her weapon) and the rightful arbiters of what is just.

Soon she meets Misaki, who’d also found a magic weapon. Misaki agrees to fight crime with Yuuki, but comes to doubt her methods when she starts taking the matter of killing them into her own hands, but is too timid to confront her. Yuuki is friendly to Misaki up until she realizes that the latter is intimidated by her and disagrees with her methods. When Misaki suggests that maybe they should part ways, Yuuki strikes her, calling her a traitor, saying that Magical Girls should work in teams and if she didn’t believe in justice, she didn’t deserve her weapon.

Misaki is a year older than Yuuki and taller than her by a whole head, also round-faced, and somewhat chubby. Her hair is long and wavy and she wears glasses. Image color is pink and white. Her weapon is yet to be determined.

Apathetic mascot/guide of some sort, nature of which to be determined. Destiny/prophecy decidedly NOT a part of how ordinary people become magical girls.

Supernatural background providing the weapons and a reason why they are provided yet to be determined. Perhaps tied to emotions. — Miasma created by wicked emotions, needs to be dispelled with magic

The further on the story goes, the worse the miasma gets, created by Yuuki’s cruel behavior. She becomes increasingly frustrated by this, believing the miasma to be caused by criminals, but it’s really being caused by herself.

Yuuki at some point decided that as long as there are people with wicked emotions in the world, miasma will keep coming back after it is dispelled, so she decides to go straight to the source and kill people who are full of evil emotions, starting first with the obvious ones such as criminals.

A heavy concentration of miasma forms into a demon (working name). Demons prey on humans and can only be killed with magic weapons.

Misaki is upper class and goes to a prestigious private school and a cram school but has consistently poor grades no matter how hard she tries. However she is something of an artist and a go insei, but not ready yet for the pro exam. Her parents are distant and hardworking, and are harsh on her for having poor grades and making slow progress as insei.

Yuuki is middle class and goes to a public school. She plays lacrosse and videogames and gets high grades, and is a fan of popular long-running shounen series. Has no idea what she wants to do with her life in the future. Nature of parents yet to be determined.


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Adequate Duck wrote:
Arcana Whupass wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Arcana Whupass wrote:

You know what they say about women drivers...

*ducks*

Women drivers have ducks? Wouldn't that be distracting?
Extremeley. That's why they get lost in the Delta Quadrant. It's those damned ducks.

Quack!

*tappy tappy tap*

Are you my Mother?


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Arcana Whupass wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Captain Janeway wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Naked Space Jesus then.
Naked Captain Janeway.
Well, hiya boys! what'cha doing all the way out here ;-)
*Not* getting lost in the Delta Quadrant. That's what we're doing.

You know what they say about women drivers...

*ducks*

I blame alternate universe Kirk, that guy turned into a real a*@!@+$, also he took the g&!$#$n map out of the glove compartment!

Sometimes I wonder if Starfleet even wants a woman as Captain of the Enterprise.


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Little Lost Bird wrote:
Are you my Mother?

Pretty sure Adequate is a boy duck. At least I assume so since he has never laid an egg, to my knowledge.

Therefore, no, he is not your mother.


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Damn, it wasn't the Cow or the Dog, the Car or the Snort!

F&!$ this s~*@, I'm taking that b!!!@ on Jerry Springer


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
This is the most New York place in all of New York. You don't wait online so much as make your way to the front to place your order, instinctually knowing your place in the hierarchy, and you'll hear a dozen languages while doing so. Tourists are easily detected as they try to say they were there first and accusing someone of cutting them off in line.
And you wonder why people want to avoid the place.
why would anyone want to avoid a place that has amazing food and you just walk up to the counter and order?

Because of all. the. people. You're all crammed together, from cradle to grave, housed and working stacked on top of each other in a sprawling concrete habitrail. Escape is miles away, silence and solitude so very much further. How can you breathe? How can you not be perpetually panicking?

Maybe if I could Nightcrawler-teleport away or turn Kitty Pryde-intangible I could stand it for short visits. But otherwise no, not even if I was invulnerable or could turn invisible or could Mystique-shift into anonymous forms. No, no, no.

Its interesting you should say that. I was so tempted to take some pictures yesterday but I didnt. Now I wish I had.

Katz is on the lower east side -one of the more famous neighborhoods in manhattan. People assume that it is packed wall to wall with people, but it is not- les is too many tiny sidestreets and dead end alleyways to support the kind of crowds you see in midtown. In fact, the lower east side was empty to the point of near ghost town yesterday because of the rain. It was so eerie, because the only people on the street were the people who wanted to be someplace else, which is very NOT like new York outside of hideous stereotypes. There is a lot of empty space in new york in certain neighborhoods, solitude can be found just about anywhere, truth be told, even in Midtown if you are willing to walk far enough.

As for katz itself, it was crowded, but katz is always crowded in that a swell of people show up, go to the front, get their food, and leave- very businesslike and efficient. It would be Chaos if it was like what tv made it seem like but that's not true.

Silver Crusade

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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

i witnessed myself singing an octave below a tenor.

of course, he was going up high into alto ranges but still

Like Sonny and Cher!


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Mama sang bass, daddy sang tenor.


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Every time someone mentions ducks and mating habits I think of this.


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Freehold DM wrote:

Sitting in katz deli lazing off my chili dog and fries and vanilla egg cream. There is a CH-shaped hole opposite me,but I came here to get comfort food for my wife, who has transformed into some type of snarling carnivorous monster due to the influence of moon and cycle.

This is the most New York place in all of New York. You don't wait online so much as make your way to the front to place your order, instinctually knowing your place in the hierarchy, and you'll hear a dozen languages while doing so. Tourists are easily detected as they try to say they were there first and accusing someone of cutting them off in line.

The guy in front of the place I staked out ordered at least 100 dollars of food. These sandwiches are made my hand painstakingly, so it required patience- a bit more than I was willing to give to him at first, until I looked down and noticed the luggage he was walking with. Clearly he had come home from some place far away, maybe even the wrong coast, so I let him wade into some real New York food.

Chili dog and ice cream...

You order at the counter amid an assortment of tourists...
The food is made by hand, and is good...
This sounds like a number of places in Grand Haven, Michigan. Home of the Coast Guard Festival, some of the best beaches in the world (the best if you prefer fresh water over salt water), and of course a place you will drive in circles for over an hour looking for a good parking spot.


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That's why I take the s!%@ty parking spot and walk, life's too short to drive around in circles.


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Aranna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Sitting in katz deli lazing off my chili dog and fries and vanilla egg cream. There is a CH-shaped hole opposite me,but I came here to get comfort food for my wife, who has transformed into some type of snarling carnivorous monster due to the influence of moon and cycle.

This is the most New York place in all of New York. You don't wait online so much as make your way to the front to place your order, instinctually knowing your place in the hierarchy, and you'll hear a dozen languages while doing so. Tourists are easily detected as they try to say they were there first and accusing someone of cutting them off in line.

The guy in front of the place I staked out ordered at least 100 dollars of food. These sandwiches are made my hand painstakingly, so it required patience- a bit more than I was willing to give to him at first, until I looked down and noticed the luggage he was walking with. Clearly he had come home from some place far away, maybe even the wrong coast, so I let him wade into some real New York food.

Chili dog and egg cream...

You order at the counter amid an assortment of tourists...
The food is made by hand, and is good...
This sounds like a number of places in Grand Haven, Michigan. Home of the Coast Guard Festival, some of the best beaches in the world (the best if you prefer fresh water over salt water), and of course a place you will drive in circles for over an hour looking for a good parking spot.

fify(new Yorkers are proud of our egg cream history, the war between manhattantown and brooklyn for who created it first is fierce), but otherwise yes.


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Captain Janeway wrote:
Sometimes I wonder if Starfleet even wants a woman as Captain of the Enterprise.

Apparently not. The last woman they gave the Enterprise keys to was Captain Garrett, who accidentally created a rip in space-time and got sucked into the future, then got killed by Klingons, leaving f&*%ing Shooter McGavin to get the ship back through the rift. No wonder Janeway got stuck with the Voyager...


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captain yesterday wrote:
That's why I take the s#%*ty parking spot and walk, life's too short to drive around in circles.

Believe it or not, I had zero trouble finding parking in Brooklyn. Getting into and out of Brooklyn, on the other hand...


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D'oh!


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Freehold DM wrote:
New Yorkers are proud of our egg cream history, the war between manhattantown and brooklyn for who created it first is fierce), but otherwise yes.

The reason Manhattan and Brooklyn are fighting over who created the egg cream is because neither of them want the honor. Egg creams are disgusting, and once a clear winner is decided, they'll finally be formally shamed in public by the rest of the United States.

Seriously, though, what kind of a sick f!$& thought, "Hey, you know what would make this chocolate milk better? Seltzer water!"


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David M Mallon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
New Yorkers are proud of our egg cream history, the war between manhattantown and brooklyn for who created it first is fierce), but otherwise yes.

The reason Manhattan and Brooklyn are fighting over who created the egg cream is because neither of them want the honor. Egg creams are disgusting, and once a clear winner is decided, they'll finally be formally shamed in public by the rest of the United States.

Seriously, though, what kind of a sick f&&~ thought, "Hey, you know what would make this chocolate milk better? Seltzer water!"

chocolate egg creams are different, and only for weirdos.

Literally every other flavor is better.


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Hmmm... I have never had an egg cream. Now I am curious what it tastes like.


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Aranna wrote:

Hmmm... I have never had an egg cream. Now I am curious what it tastes like.

clarly, you must visit.

sets black manliness for "clean shaven"


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Aranna wrote:

Hmmm... I have never had an egg cream. Now I am curious what it tastes like.

It tastes like what you'd expect fizzy, watered-down, flavored milk would taste like.


David M Mallon wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
That's why I take the s#%*ty parking spot and walk, life's too short to drive around in circles.
Believe it or not, I had zero trouble finding parking in Brooklyn. Getting into and out of Brooklyn, on the other hand...

once we have you, we don't want you to leave.


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Freebird DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:

Hmmm... I have never had an egg cream. Now I am curious what it tastes like.

It tastes like what you'd expect fizzy, watered-down, flavored milk would taste like.

you have to have it FRESH. If you let it sit, it will taste AWFUL. Timing is very important when enjoying an egg cream.


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Going to another friend's wedding today. It's an outdoor wedding, and it's f*$+ing freezing outside. Nice planning job, bro.


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well, taking apart my tablet and cleaning the connectors for the sensorboard did nothing to improve the dead spot in the middle of it :/


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Freehold DM wrote:
Freebird DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:

Hmmm... I have never had an egg cream. Now I am curious what it tastes like.

It tastes like what you'd expect fizzy, watered-down, flavored milk would taste like.
you have to have it FRESH. If you let it sit, it will taste AWFUL. Timing is very important when enjoying an egg cream.

I refuse to take part in any cultural delicacy that involves a strange ritual beforehand. Good sir, I REFUSE.


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Freebird DM wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Freebird DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:

Hmmm... I have never had an egg cream. Now I am curious what it tastes like.

It tastes like what you'd expect fizzy, watered-down, flavored milk would taste like.
you have to have it FRESH. If you let it sit, it will taste AWFUL. Timing is very important when enjoying an egg cream.
I refuse to take part in any cultural delicacy that involves a strange ritual beforehand. Good sir, I REFUSE.

Yeah, the last time I did that, the inside of my mouth tasted like burnt licorice for a week.


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captain yesterday wrote:
That's why I take the s%$!ty parking spot and walk, life's too short to drive around in circles.

I would park way out and just bicycle to the boardwalk, but my friends don't like to walk or bicycle... that's what I get for befriending nerds.

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