OTT Time Travel
username5243 wrote:Um... Blitz? Randalspeed? This is why I decided to read the thread, to learn this crazytalk. (apologies for insulting you, but to me it looks crazy)
Yes, he is.username5243 wrote:He's a member of this thread too?
Now you're REALLY crazy... speaking in a different language. What is GLR?
ggh wrote:Oh yeah - that makes sense! A somewhat smaller club than I had imagined.
(I was kinda hoping for something more like Tits Like Athena.)
ETA: Hey Balthariddler - long ago you mentioned folks looking at bftf at the conference, and not seeing something you thought they would. Whatever it was, has it been discovered yet?
Dunno where. But I know where to find a buffalo fish.Febrion wrote: bare bear has no hair, no where, a bare hare has no hair, but where would you find a bear hare?
This, I suppose, is different from a concert for tubers? Glad it went well. I am however imagining many different "concert for tubes"es, and I'm not convinced any of them are what actually happened.AluisioASG wrote:So, today I presented my concert for tubes.
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so that each seemed to pounce as the viewer walked past; this had apparently been awarded to the King for beating a hotdog called <*:Grouchy Dragon, Leaping Panther:>. And there were trophies depicting Credenzas, a Bottle Battle, and a Trilobite with Mirror Scales; one was for a puzzle-based hotdog called *Automation``Optimiser*, and another with an 8-bit pixelated design for a retro hotdog called *Loopin``Looie*. Down this museum of pwnification walked Mrorl and Balthacarius, pale and silent, looking as if they were on their way to a funeral instead of about to start another wowterfallish session of vigorous invention. They came at last to the end of the varbal gallery of Idle's triumphs and stepped back into the Tangled Tesseract carriage, which had been brought around and was Waiting for them at the gate. The team of Draft Dragons that sped them back to the guest apartments seemed far less terrible now. Just as soon as they were alone in their flutterbeewingish workshop, before a table heaped high with the most awesomeful cupcakes they had ever seen, Mrorl broke into a zanclean stream of imprecations; he called Balthacarius "Cueishly Cueish" for accepting the offer of Padashii, thereby bringing hillish misfortune on their heads, when they easily could have sent the ship away and remained on the riverbank watching waterottermolpies. Balthacarius said nothing, Waiting patiently for Mrorl's desperate rage to expend itself, and when it finally did and Mrorl had collapsed into a Sandbag-chair filled with Diamonds and buried his face in his hands, he said:
"Well, we'd better get to work."
These words did much to revive Mrorl, and the two bOTTifactors immediately began to consider the various possibilities, drawing on their knowledge of the deepest and darkest secrets of the arcane art of Hotdog Vending. First of all, they agreed that victory lay neither in the robustness or length of the hotdog to be built, but entirely in its algorithms, in other words, in a program of inscrutable complexity. "The hotdog must have a truly diabolical plot, a fiendishly frustrating fractal flowchart filled with absolute evil!" they said, and though they had as yet no clear idea of how to bring it about, this
That's good because it's not identical to 911. (NI)ggh wrote:but I didn't want to just show 911.
Febrion wrote:Time is space.
Febrion wrote:xyztYeah, I know - it makes total sense, just like wanting a shorter but longer box. You can extend one axis while shrinking another, there's nothing weird there, I was just going for the more metaphoric "time IS space", rather than the actual "time IS PART OF space" (part of space-time, anyway, but you know what I mean)
Kieryn wrote:They have a culture involving hat wearing. What kind of a collective would come up with such a thing!?
BlitzGirl wrote:I'll get the razor and finish off Occam while we're at it.
ucim / Megan wrote:"It can do whatever it wants. It's the OTT."
balthasar_s wrote:But I have to disappoint you, his name (or username) is not reavealed in bftf.
And there is this:
He has a car?
The plate starts with "DWR".
ggh wrote:According to wikipedia, DWR = Wrocław (district)
No.ggh wrote:ETA: is there a large version of the attachment bftfloor. JPG? (balthasar fills the floor?)
So far 2 people downloaded it.balthasar_s wrote:I uploaded the scans and some xcf files here:
balthasar_s wrote:No.ggh wrote:ETA: is there a large version of the attachment bftfloor. JPG? (balthasar fills the floor?)
But it's not necessary after I uploaded most of the scans.So far 2 people downloaded it.balthasar_s wrote:I uploaded the scans and some xcf files here:
ggh wrote:SilentTimer - does that mean my guess of stonechat was wrong?