Outside keeps me gone
missing you while Time moves on
though I've not withdrawn.@Kieryn -
cool site; looking forward to waiting for it!@Neil_Boekend -
Loved your story. Any story with transparent volcanos appearing on command has got to be awesome! (I wonder if pathers shave with RAZOR)
Of course my theory is that the OTT will run so fast that posts are preceded
by their replies, and the resulting timey wimey vortex swallows up the universe. Thus ends time.@AluisioASG -
Thanks so much for the kilopost cake! I actually have one of those typewriters. Alas, it is not frosted, and would probably not taste anywhere near as good as your cake.
Be warned though, if you attempt to "disappear from here", we will find you quite easily... in the basement!(yanno, that basement is starting to sound like fun!)@svenman -
Steakish Ignorance! (ottification of Prejudice) On a related note, I saw Woody Allen's latest feature, which features Jasmine and... Ginger!
Alas, I thought the movie was a dud. I usually really like Woody Allen's pictures - but this one lacked... something. I don't think it went anywhere.
Too many visual otties and colorations to name; I really enjoy them! One I'd like to especially point out is pelrigg's
. And BlitzGirl's
. And Actaeus'
. (Wait - that's
five). One day I'll do a few myself. You'll just have to
azule wrote: "And yay, the GLR saw it was good, and on the 130th day he
rested tried to rest but we all threw him in the basement."
Love how the monomolpy pieces are coming! Very steakish work! You asked about the beanie diaphram; perhaps if the dome had a knitted texture to it it would more resemble its origins. (btw, thanks cellocgw
- cannot unsee)@yappobiscuits -
It was fun to see the video of you doing your pirate thing over the campfire! Sounds like a fun time had by all.
Yay, welcome back! *waits for Jose to include Minim in the next AotC*
Oh, there are plans for that. You'll just have to
Re: grief on Time ending - (esp triggered by rvloon's post
and Sciscitor's unrelated comment
Grief is not an emotion to be avoided, but to be relished; as when it comes, it is a way of re-experiencing one's connection to whatever it is that has brought these emotions out in the first place.
Welcome back karhell! (though you won't see this until far into your future)
And @taixzo -
Cool magic eye! Works surprizingly well, probably because it's easier to focus. I think I saw it in the original, but got to see it again in karhell's reprise.
Valarya wrote:@ucim: Is there any place where your Acts of the Cleric can be read in full? Or do I just have to follow the trail-marks left at the bottom of each post?
There is a link to the wiki page, and from there you can go to any chapter (you can right-click or center-click to open in a new tab so you can bypass the ad and keep the wiki open). There is no single-page version of the story. I may put one together at some point; I'll probably want to copy-edit it at that point too. But really, the story leans on the OTT and the OTC a lot for its general arc and a lot of the details, so shouldn't be divorced from it. Without that, much of the story could seem a bit arbitrary. But it might be convenient to have it all in one place, so at some point I'll bundle it up. You'll just have to @intheshax
Cool! Another sudoku! (Have to finish solving the other one now!)@Vytron
- Great Past Present! I'll add it to the Gospel of Vytron.@mscha
Thanks for the epilogue page! Treeish!
BytEfLUSh wrote:I'm pretty sure most of you do not remember me by my contributions (there weren't many), my avatar (that's just soooo original) or my username here (I'd like to kill the 14-year-old version of myself for even considering it). I'd just like to say:
Oh, I noticed you... and I'm not the only one who would miss you if you were alloweds to leave. Fortunately we have a basement, heavily guarded by BLitzGirl's molpy army, so there's no danger of your going away! I wonder if it's really true, all those stories I hear about the goings-on down there!
The time pizza was delicious, btw. @BlitzGirl -
Lovely newsequence poem.
BlitzGirl wrote:Tell me what is left when Time is gone
We all are. We transcend Time via the OTT.
Dracomax wrote:What about those of us sitting in the corner, quietly fading away?
You will return, like La Petite. You know you will.
mikro2nd wrote:Fermentation has finished
You're making me thirsty! Now I'm
gonna have to
schwartzbewithyou wrote:I personally like Kakuro better than Sudoku because it's more of a numbers puzzle and I am a numbers/math nerd at heart. Although Sudokus on the surface appear to be number puzzles, you really just need 9 unique placeholders - as you've demonstrated with using letters - and it's a process of elimination game (I'm not trying to minimize Sudokus - just giving a simple explanation here of how math isn't really involved). With Kakuros, it's a process of elimination, but requires a decent amount of simple/quick math and you're not only eliminating individual numbers, but combinations of numbers. So I just find it a little more complicated and more 'math-y'
What do you think of Ken-ken?
Really xuys? You just clicked a spoiler button looking for a cake covered in cat vomit.
Either we are really indiscriminate about cakes or are just dying for content in the OTT
I guffawed out loud on that one. Gotta click every spoiler! The redundakitties got us trained!
If I managed to stumble upon an interesting connection, well,
it's a happy coincidence
we all know it's all related.
Well... that was seaish! Even so, I know I missed commenting on a lot of great stuff.