taixzo wrote:"thunking" sounds fun.
Do you like Kipling?
thunk wrote:She arrives, as it should be, at the eleventh hour...
"The eleventh hour" is common vernacular for "at the last moment" (from St. John Chrysostom, referring to the Paschal (Easter) feast:
"If any have tarried even until the eleventh hour,
let him also be not alarmed at his tardiness;
for the Lord, who is jealous of his honor,
will accept the last even as the first;"
Well... in the Heretical time system, there are twelve hours, and I've never seen the Bible refer to the zeroth hour. This implies that there is still an hour left after those who have tarried until the eleventh hour (but not the twelfth hour). It's never stated that they will be let in. So always arrive an hour early.
addams wrote:oh, Thunk!
....you have scary air.
"Scary Air" is the title of VHS's first movie soundtrack album.
Unfortunately, the movie's title was heretical (The Air is Big
) and it flopped.
Sustainablizer wrote:@ucim: Awesomeful revealing! I needed a long Time to get it. Holy waiting!
was thinking of making some hard-core copies of AotC, so I figured some hard-core waiting was in order.
Glad you've all been enjoying AotC.
(Colorization by ggh
, you've done some pretty awesomeful colorations! I may have mentioned them before, but redundancy is molpish. Awesomeful!
taixzo wrote:whereas I just cast rays from lamps towards solid objects and put the bottoms of new objects there.
Well, there must be something solid about the air then. I've got some pretty seaish stuff floating up there!
I've aimed the lights at the ground and am seeing some treeish stuff, including a Megan leaning (or lying) against the air. I guess the air is
And while I have you.... That was an ch*rpin' awesomefully steakish Time after/before Time! Axios!
SilentTimer wrote:The answer lies in the past.
Thanks - I kinda thought it would, but I have CRS. (Unfortunately I forgot what that means.)Rakhal
! Great to hear from you! Getting close now... I wonder between you and thunk
who will make it first. Look out behind you!
ggh wrote:By dividing the 're from the we?
By repunctuating, I think.
addams wrote:I do not understand a great deal of what I read in Time.
There is very little difference between not reading Time and not understanding Time.
Understanding may come if you wait for it. And if not, remember that confusion is its own reward.
addams wrote:Yet; I still feel like an outsider.
An outsider you are not. Confused, we are all, sometimes. But often from confusion comes something new and molpish.
Very impressive, if a bit more <computer-stuff>y than I usually delve into. I wonder if, once it can recognize words, switching to a word-based neural network would accelerate its advancement.
Hope your chemo is more molpish than steambottle, and that the result is molpish.
I thought ggh meant Taixzo, but I just assumed I'd missed the reveal, not that this was the reveal
I thought I'd drop a few hints as I dragged it out.
Eternal Density wrote:Time doesn't discriminate
Between the Megans
And the Cues
It flows and it flows and it flows
And we keep walking anyway
We ONG and we Blitz
And we molp
And we make our m*stards
And if there's a reason I'm on its side
When so many are outside
Then I'm willing to wait for it
I'm willing to wait for it