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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:10 pm UTC
by Valarya
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:13 pm UTC
by Opiboble
I think we have a new super, Bigtree8

8It knows.

Valarya wrote:
It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Seeing that a friend in the office just sent an email saying he is having glazed ham for dinner, I am now starting to doubt that it is ham...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:16 pm UTC
by Dracomax
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.

And now I've done a spit take...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:17 pm UTC
by airdrik
So the tree is sea-like in a couple of ways: it is big, and it does/knows what it wants/is doing.

ETA: of course I will also echo the sentiment that when Cueball opens his mouth he adds 0 value to the discussion. (the image keeps changing. Did anyone notice the javascript?)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:18 pm UTC
by Febrion
airdrik wrote:So the tree is sea-like in a couple of ways: it is big, and it does/knows what it wants/is doing.

Or perhaps Cueball is just being sarcastic - not the first time he's repeated one of Megan's quotes in this way

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:20 pm UTC
by edfel
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Spoiler:
Image

That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:21 pm UTC
by Dracomax
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Spoiler:
Image

That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:22 pm UTC
by HAL9000
Wait, I think I know why this tree looks different than it did before (during the temporary zoomout). It's drawn all funny to show us their perspective of the tree, because a tree looks very different when viewed up close as opposed to far away. The top of the tree (from the point where it bends to the top) is skewed to the left, as if it had hit an invisible cieling but had kept growing after bending 90°, or if it were a wall poster that's taller than the wall and has the top part pressed flat against the ceiling.
If that makes any sense. It's hard for me to explain.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:27 pm UTC
by airdrik
HAL9000 wrote:Wait, I think I know why this tree looks different than it did before (during the temporary zoomout). It's drawn all funny to show us their perspective of the tree, because a tree looks very different when viewed up close as opposed to far away. The top of the tree (from the point where it bends to the top) is skewed to the left, as if it had hit an invisible cieling but had kept growing after bending 90°, or if it were a wall poster that's taller than the wall and has the top part pressed flat against the ceiling.
If that makes any sense. It's hard for me to explain.

Actually, this tree wasn't present in the temporary zoomout, this is the 2nd tree that they've passed since passing the two shown in the zoomout.
ETA: However your comparison of this tree to those first two may be correct.

My initial thought was that it was a 2D slice of the tree and there are other limbs not shown that would produce a full canopy. Of course Megan's comment disproved that.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:28 pm UTC
by jetpac
Dracomax wrote:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Spoiler:
Image

That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:30 pm UTC
by charlie_grumbles
HAL9000 wrote:Wait, I think I know why this tree looks different than it did before (during the temporary zoomout). It's drawn all funny to show us their perspective of the tree, because a tree looks very different when viewed up close as opposed to far away. The top of the tree (from the point where it bends to the top) is skewed to the left, as if it had hit an invisible cieling but had kept growing after bending 90°, or if it were a wall poster that's taller than the wall and has the top part pressed flat against the ceiling.
If that makes any sense. It's hard for me to explain.


Hmmm. Only two trees were shown in the zoom out. I think this is the third tree. Track their movement since about np1500.

edit: Lets all pile on Hal. Maybe he will buy the beer and:

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:31 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
jetpac wrote:
Spoiler:
Dracomax wrote:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.


It's OK -- this is his chainsaw:
Spoiler:
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:34 pm UTC
by jetpac
StratPlayer wrote:
jetpac wrote:
Spoiler:
Dracomax wrote:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.


It's OK -- this is his chainsaw:
Spoiler:
Image

Hmm, a cake that probably doesn't taste very good? Yeah, that seems about right.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:36 pm UTC
by Dracomax
jetpac wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:
jetpac wrote:
Spoiler:
Dracomax wrote:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.


It's OK -- this is his chainsaw:
Spoiler:
Image

Hmm, a cake that probably doesn't taste very good? Yeah, that seems about right.

Well, I also have a chainsaw made of Chocolate fudge.
and a saw made of chains. the chains are made of tiny hacksaws, interlinked. It is as dangerous to the wielder as to the person it is used against.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:36 pm UTC
by airdrik
jetpac wrote:
Spoiler:
Dracomax wrote:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
<snip>
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.

And besides, what heresy has the tree8 committed that it would deserve such a punishment of the high inquisitor? If it has committed any heresy (which even to suggest that it has committed heresy is heresy as it was placed there by the GLR himself and as such cannot commit heresy), certainly it deserves a more fitting punishment: a careful removal of its fruits to be distributed to the followers of the OTC and OTT.

ETMerge double-post:

StratPlayer wrote:
EDIT to add: Hey! Wow -- 700th post!!! And at the top of the NewPage! This calls for a celebration!
Spoiler:
Image

Image

Only 77 more to go to get to a nice round number!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:37 pm UTC
by airdrik
<snip>

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:37 pm UTC
by Dracomax
airdrik wrote:
jetpac wrote:
Spoiler:
Dracomax wrote:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
<snip>
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.

And besides, what heresy has the tree8 committed that it would deserve such a punishment of the high inquisitor? If it has committed any heresy (which even to suggest that it has committed heresy is heresy as it was placed there by the GLR himself and as such cannot commit heresy), certainly it deserves a more fitting punishment: a careful removal of its fruits to be distributed to the followers of the OTC and OTT.

No, the use of a chainsaw against a tree would be purely a matter of self defense. or a need for mahogany furniture.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:38 pm UTC
by astrocub
airdrik wrote:
HAL9000 wrote:Wait, I think I know why this tree looks different than it did before (during the temporary zoomout). It's drawn all funny to show us their perspective of the tree, because a tree looks very different when viewed up close as opposed to far away. The top of the tree (from the point where it bends to the top) is skewed to the left, as if it had hit an invisible cieling but had kept growing after bending 90°, or if it were a wall poster that's taller than the wall and has the top part pressed flat against the ceiling.
If that makes any sense. It's hard for me to explain.

Actually, this tree wasn't present in the temporary zoomout, this is the 2nd tree that they've passed since passing the two shown in the zoomout.
ETA: However your comparison of this tree to those first two may be correct.

My initial thought was that it was a 2D slice of the tree and there are other limbs not shown that would produce a full canopy. Of course Megan's comment disproved that.


My other big issue with this idea is that Randall knows how to draw a tree that grew sideways for some reason. This tree9,10, as others have pointed out, looks blatantly photoshopped/skewed.

9pretty big
10knows what it's doing

Edit: I now realize that's what HAL was trying to say with the poster idea :oops:

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:38 pm UTC
by jetpac
Dracomax wrote:
airdrik wrote:
jetpac wrote:
Spoiler:
Dracomax wrote:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
<snip>
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.

And besides, what heresy has the tree8 committed that it would deserve such a punishment of the high inquisitor? If it has committed any heresy (which even to suggest that it has committed heresy is heresy as it was placed there by the GLR himself and as such cannot commit heresy), certainly it deserves a more fitting punishment: a careful removal of its fruits to be distributed to the followers of the OTC and OTT.

No, the use of a chainsaw against a tree would be purely a matter of self defense. or a need for mahogany furniture.

Also known as self-defense against intruders who cannot penetrate mahogany furniture

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:42 pm UTC
by jjjdavidson
HAL9000 wrote:Wait, I think I know why this tree looks different than it did before (during the temporary zoomout). It's drawn all funny to show us their perspective of the tree, because a tree looks very different when viewed up close as opposed to far away. The top of the tree (from the point where it bends to the top) is skewed to the left, as if it had hit an invisible cieling but had kept growing after bending 90°, or if it were a wall poster that's taller than the wall and has the top part pressed flat against the ceiling.
If that makes any sense. It's hard for me to explain.

While I agree with the posters who have already said this is a third (or fourth) tree, not a different view of one of the first two, perhaps this illustrates something like what you were trying to say:
Spoiler:
Image
Or perhaps not. :)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:43 pm UTC
by Selcouth
It's a pretty big tree. It probably knows what it's doing.


WHAT IF THE TREES ARE SENTIENT

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:45 pm UTC
by mscha
SBN wrote:Apologies, I'm very slow at enhancing, and not very skilled, but I've found something.
Spoiler:
Image

Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:46 pm UTC
by astrocub
Selcouth wrote:
It's a pretty big tree. It probably knows what it's doing.


WHAT IF THE TREES ARE SENTIENTS


FTFY

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:47 pm UTC
by Dracomax
astrocub wrote:
Selcouth wrote:
It's a pretty big tree. It probably knows what it's doing.


WHAT IF THE TREES ARE SENTIENTS


FTFY

What if the trees are entwives?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:48 pm UTC
by jjjdavidson
Selcouth wrote:
It's a pretty big tree. It probably knows what it's doing.


WHAT IF THE TREES ARE SENTIENT


Sentient / Ent is Ent

As anagram posts go, that's about as good as you're ever likely to get from me. I'm better at solving them than creating them.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:50 pm UTC
by Opiboble
jjjdavidson wrote:
Selcouth wrote:
It's a pretty big tree. It probably knows what it's doing.


WHAT IF THE TREES ARE SENTIENT


Sentient / Ent is Ent

As anagram posts go, that's about as good as you're ever likely to get from me. I'm better at solving them than creating them.


I fail at both so you get 10 points from me :p

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:55 pm UTC
by rmcurtis
TimeLurker wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:If you give a baby a cuban cigar, I'm pretty sure a lot of people will intentionally glare at you. And it might even get captured in a glare-free flash photo.

If you give a baby a cuban cigar, it'll probably ask you for a light.


Wait, did Laura Numeroff even write that book? I think you're making that up!

Just like this: If you lead a Cueball to a bent Ent, he'll probably say something silly.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:56 pm UTC
by Sheldon
Dracomax wrote:It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Thank you Dracomax for that line which is looking very sig-able.
However, as a fellow chainsaw (ab)user (thankfully still with opposable thumbs), I feel that I must identify that there are often trees that do move very fast, these are always the ones that have been attacked by said chainsaw and luckily (but sadly not reliably) always away from said chainsaw wielder.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 5:59 pm UTC
by Kieryn
cueball wrote:It's a pretty big tree. It probably knows what it's doing

I see this as a meta-commentary about the OTC and possibly also the OTT. Randall is humoring us once again. I love (and wait for) it.

Edit: (In case anyone missed my point)
"This OTC/OTT seems to be getting out of hand, is it supposed to be like that?"
"The OTC/OTT is pretty big. It probably knows what it's doing."

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:01 pm UTC
by airdrik
Still looking ONG
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:07 pm UTC
by TimeLurker
rmcurtis wrote:
TimeLurker wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:If you give a baby a cuban cigar, I'm pretty sure a lot of people will intentionally glare at you. And it might even get captured in a glare-free flash photo.

If you give a baby a cuban cigar, it'll probably ask you for a light.

Wait, did Laura Numeroff even write that book? I think you're making that up!
Just like this: If you lead a Cueball to a bent Ent, he'll probably say something silly.

I'm not sure you need to lead Cueball anywhere for him to say something silly. That is why we love him.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:18 pm UTC
by Dracomax
TimeLurker wrote:
rmcurtis wrote:
TimeLurker wrote:
StratPlayer wrote:If you give a baby a cuban cigar, I'm pretty sure a lot of people will intentionally glare at you. And it might even get captured in a glare-free flash photo.

If you give a baby a cuban cigar, it'll probably ask you for a light.

Wait, did Laura Numeroff even write that book? I think you're making that up!
Just like this: If you lead a Cueball to a bent Ent, he'll probably say something silly.

I'm not sure you need to lead Cueball anywhere for him to say something silly. That is why we love him.

That, and his gorgeous head of hair.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:19 pm UTC
by Earthling on Mars
Image
(just one thing to say today)

mscha wrote:DIPHTHONGIZING...
Spoiler:
Image


-- posted by newpixbot


Even newpixbot is bringing up old arguments...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:24 pm UTC
by mathrec
jetpac wrote:
Dracomax wrote:
Spoiler:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.

OK, I understand the Inquisitor feels that he needs to be equipped to cut down the tallest tree in the forest, but we simply cannot allow him to have something as dangerous as a chainsaw. I suggest he be issued
Spoiler:
a herring!


Edit: ...some of the wow trees have two main branches at the top. I think this one simply lost one side, say in a lightning strike, for example.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:26 pm UTC
by mscha
Cueball wrote:It's a pretty big tree.
It probably knows what it's doing.

This suggest that perhaps Megan and Cueball are children. Older than La Petite, but still young enough to think that grownups have all the answers, so, it something is big (like sea¹ or crooked Baobab⁸), it must know what it's doing.

Edit: typo fix

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:30 pm UTC
by StratPlayer
mathrec wrote:
jetpac wrote:
Dracomax wrote:
Spoiler:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.

OK, I understand the Inquisitor feels that he needs to be equipped to cut down the tallest tree in the forest, but we simply cannot allow him to have something as dangerous as a chainsaw. I suggest he be issued
Spoiler:
a herring!


Edit: ...some of the wow trees have two main branches at the top. I think this one simply lost one side, say in a lightning strike, for example.


I saw a chain of chainsaws
in Dracomax's long claws.
He was heading for the Ent;
the Ent with a head that bent.
I saw intent for the saws!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:30 pm UTC
by astrocub
StratPlayer wrote:Consider this obvious chain of relatedness:

1. The GLR has populated the OTC with trees that appear to be baobabs.
Spoiler:
2. Baobab is also the name of a musical group out of Dunham, NC consisting primarily of an artist named Phil Torres, who is also a writer.

3. Phil Torres has also written a book called "A Crisis of Faith - Atheism, Emerging Technologies and the Future of Humanity"

4. A Crisis of Faith is a familiar trope and is a central element in Arthur C. Clarke's short story "The Star".

5. Clarke's "The Star" had a Jesuit priest who was horrified to learn that a nova that eliminated a civilization was the Star of Bethlehem.

6. Bethlehem is also a city in Pennsylvania, named after the birthplace of Jesus shown on by that star, and is also the birthplace of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

7. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson had his first major movie role as "The Scorpion King," first introduced in "The Mummy Returns" and then expanded in the prequel "The Scorpion King".

8. "The Scorpion King" had a soundtrack with the single "I Stand Alone", recorded by the group Godsmack.

9. "I Stand Alone" was recorded at The Hit Factory in Miami, Florida. This studio was formerly known as Criteria Studios.

10. Criteria Studios was where The Allman Brothers recorded the studio parts of their classic album "Eat a Peach".

11. There have been recurring rumors that the name "Eat a Peach" and the album art allude to guitarist Duane Allman's motorcycle death in 1971, but it actually refers to a comment he made when asked by reporter Ellen Mandel of Good Times Magazine, "How are you helping the revolution?" Duane Allman's reply included, "...and every time I'm in Georgia, I eat a peach for peace."

12. Georgia peaches are world-famous and the name is used in many ways. There's even the Georgia Peach Award -- an award for outstanding teen literature.


13. The first Georgia Peach award was awarded in 2005, and was won by "The First Part Last", a book that deals with...

pregnancy!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

It's obvious what the implications of this are: Angelastic was 100% correct!


StratPlayer wrote:Hmm.... Well, let's see:

1. Unintentional glare can be a problem with flash photography, but one suggestion on how to reduce it is to use pellon over the flash.
Spoiler:
2. Pellon is a batting material that can diffuse light. It is also the last name of the artist Gina Pellon

3. Gina Pellon became famous in France, but was originally from Cuba.

4. Cuba is famous for their Cuban cigars.

5. Cigars were customarily given out at the birth of a baby.

So, it's clear once again that it IS all related, and they ARE having a baby!


StratPlayer, I am mentally crowning you as the honorary James Burke of the OTT.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:31 pm UTC
by Kieryn
mscha wrote:
Cueball wrote:It's a pretty big tree.
It probably knows what it's doing.

This suggest that perhaps Megan and Cueball are children. Older than La Petite, but still you enough to think that grownups have all the answers, so, it something is big (like sea¹ or crooked Baobab⁸), it must know what it's doing.


I think footnotes in your sig is a bad idea... You can never change your sig without destroying all those posts you made with references.

Edit: Also, when I quote you, like this, I lose your footnotes.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:36 pm UTC
by Opiboble
mathrec wrote:
jetpac wrote:
Dracomax wrote:
Spoiler:
edfel wrote:
Valarya wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:YESCUEBONG
Image
That makes complete sense.

Hmm... maybe it's a suntree?


It... it does?! Cueball, sometimes you just shouldn't open your mouth at all, because when you do, we see glazed babies.


Of course it does: if a treewow, that can grow this big, decides that bending this way is a good move in life, then the last thing I'd be doing is suggesting that it's wrong simply because it is way bigger than me.

It may be way bigger than me, but based upon my experience with trees, I'm almost certainly much, much faster. and I have opposable thumbs. and a chainsaw.

Who gave the inquisitor a chainsaw? This seems extremely dangerous for those of us who have become accustomed to comfy chairs, chocolate, and burnt steaks.

OK, I understand the Inquisitor feels that he needs to be equipped to cut down the tallest tree in the forest, but we simply cannot allow him to have something as dangerous as a chainsaw. I suggest he be issued
Spoiler:
a herring!


Edit: ...some of the wow trees have two main branches at the top. I think this one simply lost one side, say in a lightning strike, for example.

I concur, a herring would be a good weapon.

On a side note: Well done steaks are not burnt unless you don't know how to cook meat.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed May 22, 2013 6:38 pm UTC
by SBN
mscha wrote:
Cueball wrote:It's a pretty big tree.
It probably knows what it's doing.

This suggest that perhaps Megan and Cueball are children. Older than La Petite, but still you enough to think that grownups have all the answers, so, it something is big (like sea¹ or crooked Baobab⁸), it must know what it's doing.

So, not teenagers yet.