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Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: Today at 03:45:16 pm »
PWW?

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Man, everyone's showering these n00bs with "normal human courtesy." It's like you guys don't even remember the good old days of the interbutts, when we shat relentlessly on people just because it was a day ending in "y" :argh!:



ATTENTION NEWBIES:

YOU ALL SUCK AND NO ONE LIKES YOU. PLEASE TO ENJOY THE FORUMS.


 :walken:

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: Today at 02:30:07 am »
Feb 16
    If you don't put that down within ten seconds, Mrs McCrosby here will have some very harsh words for your mortal remains. I'm sure she'd love to explain the error of your ways to you right now, but only corpses can seem to sit still through the lecture.

Feb 17
    It's hard to express just how wrong it felt to be in that room when it happened. The closest analogy I have is the feeling of a toenail peeling back. It goes past pain and ends up in a place where it feels like the universe has made a mistake that you are powerless to fix.

Feb 18
    Entering the Year of the Ram. Or goat, or sheep, or whatever. Some kind of ungulate with more skull than brain and a funny voice.

Feb 19
    Well ain't that just a gosh-dang! What a hum-dinger hootenanny! It's a fucking mess and it's your fault, is what I'm getting at.

Feb 20
    How dare you? How god damn dare you? Now we'll never be cool enough for the Frotteur's Club.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Don't Break The Chain
« on: Today at 02:24:41 am »
Delivery yes, but...

from what I understand, stand-up is an art form, and the starting point to being good at it is to die on stage a bunch of times. That's how you find out what works and what doesn't. Then, you refine each of those nuggets you've dug out and melt them in a BIG FUCKING POT.

Find out what hits them in the gut, where they're weak, and then exploit that shit for  :lulz:

Exactly... like writing, music, art, science, and pretty much everything else worth doing, first you have to suck at it a whole lot in order to get any better. You just keep sucking, and sucking, and sucking until this one time you suck a little less, and then eventually you get to a point where you hardly suck at all.

If you aren't willing to suck at it as hard as you can, you'll never give yourself a chance to get good.


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:popcorn:

Literally any act, especially on the internet, that is against doing or saying horrible things counts as "capitulating to the SJWs." You must declare your allegiance to the values of Free Speech by being deliberately neo-Nazi.

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You're fucked...

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Malazan: Book of the Fallen part one thread
« on: February 20, 2015, 01:21:09 pm »
Yeah, I suspected that Adjunct Tavore would not be easy to manipulate like that. If Lorn was anything to judge by, Adjuncts are not selected for their sentimentality or hot blooded nature.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Malazan: Book of the Fallen part one thread
« on: February 20, 2015, 12:33:29 pm »
Also, thoughts on first 25 pages of Memories of Ice:

I think the T'Lan Imass are one of the coolest things in the setting, but man... They are dicks.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Malazan: Book of the Fallen part one thread
« on: February 20, 2015, 12:30:21 pm »
Finished Deadhouse Gates about a week ago. Really enjoying how the story is ramping up.

I gotta say though, the arrival of the Traders Guild near the end to bring relief to Coltaine and Fiddler's group felt like genre whiplash. :lulz: 300 pages of characters being ground into the dust with almost no relief, and then WHAM. I guess that was intentional, though.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ORIGINS thread.
« on: February 19, 2015, 07:50:28 pm »
And I remain dead to this day.  :lulz: I'm not as good as Payne at the whole "rising from the dead" bit.

A PROPER dead person would be up here in Tucson, you know.  Or pedaling a bike in Portland.

Feet stuck in the permafrost layer underneath the Yankee Swamp. It's considered a very honorable burial here in the Ice Age.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ORIGINS thread.
« on: February 19, 2015, 07:05:38 pm »
And I remain dead to this day.  :lulz: I'm not as good as Payne at the whole "rising from the dead" bit.

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I gotta go to Phoenix again.  :crankey:

That's just cruel. Something must be amiss, and the gods are clearly displeased with us. I know this to be true because one of my toenails just came off.

We must prepare more sacrifices. This cargo cult of ours has been slacking off.

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I spent all the time I could playing with the paint program (Macpaint) and playing what games I could find. I remember Dark Castle particularly well. My brothers were also fascinated, especially by the games, but had been deemed too young to touch it by Mom Inc. This did not exactly stop them.

Macpaint and Dark Castle were the bomb-diggity. Sometimes the color would stop working on the Mac I had but the programs still worked.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: ORIGINS thread.
« on: February 17, 2015, 06:27:28 pm »
 :lulz: I like this new (?) mythos.

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