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Principia Discordia => Think for Yourself, Schmuck! => Topic started by: Dimocritus on May 24, 2010, 06:08:41 pm

Title: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 24, 2010, 06:08:41 pm
So, I need a project for the summer to keep me out of trouble (see: spagging up the forums with nonsense) so I think I'm going to try my hand at an issue of Intermittens. I figure by doing an issue zero, other people can keep moving along with other numbered issues without having to wait for me to wrap this up. The theme is no theme (lame-o, I know but whatever) so just about anything goes. Now, because I've never really done this before, I may need a co-pilot, so if anyone's interested or has any ideas, lemme know!

(edited - remove sticky - Dok)
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Cramulus on May 24, 2010, 06:29:21 pm
suggestion: don't call your issue "issue 0"

just assign it a number when you're done

Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 24, 2010, 06:51:01 pm
suggestion: don't call your issue "issue 0"

just assign it a number when you're done



Ok, I was iffy about an issue 0 (it's so early 90's comic-book) but I felt it went with the theme (of no theme), and I like the idea that it would exist outside the "continuum" of the Intermittens chronology (I hope that made sense).

It doesn't have to be "0," but I would like it to be "off," somehow.Maybe a negative number or a letter or even just a picture or symbol. I want it to be un-clear as to where it "fits."

I'm not really sure if I'm explaining myself properly or not. Holla back Cram-dog.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Cramulus on May 24, 2010, 07:00:41 pm
we actually had a really long and gnashing thread about whether or not people should name their issues in order. Numerous people wanted to skip to issues 5 and 23, or use a fraction, a wingding, or a variable.

the thing is, it's your issue, you can call it whatever you want -- but naming them in order will help other people figure out the chronology of which issue came when. If you name yours out of sequence, it impacts the issue number for everybody that makes one after you. Not a huge deal, but it'll make it a lot less frustrating if you're trying to read all of them, or COLLECT THEM ALL.

Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 24, 2010, 07:06:42 pm
Ok, now that you 'splained it, I totally understand. I can see how going down that road could become frustrating.

The "0" and the theme of "a non-issue" was half my idea, though. Maybe I should start over.

Crud. I'll think of something...
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Storebrand on May 24, 2010, 09:39:42 pm
Name it what ever you like then put the correct number in parens at the end. 
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Cramulus on May 24, 2010, 09:46:07 pm
just to get your juices flowing, here's what I consider the (potential) building blocks of a good intermittens issue:


1. current events in discordia. (like a newspaper) Have there been any pranks, plans, gatherings, or other IRL spaggotry you can "report" on?
2. "fluff" - opinion pieces, essays, rants, history, "here's my take on discordia", etc
3. "crunch" - articles which give you something you can use, build, or do.
4. art - original artwork is best.
5. puzzles, games, activities - like crossword puzzles, riddles, etc

Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: the last yatto on May 24, 2010, 10:10:28 pm
i actually like the idea of a preissue, but you will have to warp it a bit. talkin about past events as if its currently whats what
toss it together like a cheap b&w magizine as like a test, over explain the concept of the intermittens magazine almost as if it a new audience your trying to grab

then at the end, or whereever you put the credits, have the correct issue number
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: ñͤͣ̄ͦ̌̑͗͊͛͂͗ ̸̨̨̣̺̼̣̜͙͈͕̮̊̈́̈͂͛̽͊ͭ̓͆ͅé ̰̓̓́ͯ́́͞ on May 24, 2010, 10:26:33 pm
Hey dimo,

I'll be your illustrator for the entire issue, BUT I will only use mac paint and spend no more than 15 minutes per piece.

All but one illustration will be public domain as soon as I send it to you, so you can immediately start defacing them in any manner you please.

Here are my only caveats:

• I will start making these ridiculous things as soon as you have a "for-sure I'm using these pieces" list that comprises at least half of your total items.
• I get to have my way with the ass page (back cover), no meddling allowed. You get to do whatever you want with all other illustrations (you don't even need to use them) and you get dibs on the cover.
• My offer to make quick illustrations is good for 1 month after you agree on a finalized theme.
• You must clearly identify each illustration as public domain.
• You have to come up with a final theme within 2 weeks of this post.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Cramulus on May 24, 2010, 11:14:29 pm
^
this is a man who knows how to get things done!



:mittens: awarded for being brave enough to put your balls directly on the eating surface
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 24, 2010, 11:45:24 pm
Holy crap! Pinned! I better get started...

Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 24, 2010, 11:48:59 pm
Hrm. If R.B. is down, we could do a non-issue for non-discordians, which would be a... umm... an issue for discodians?  :|
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 24, 2010, 11:54:31 pm
Ooh, y'know what? If RB is down, we could do one of those split books, like turn the book over and upside down and it's another cover. Y'know, Like half the text is one way, the middle is the end, but when you flip it over... you know what I mean.

Like one side could be "a non-issue for Discordians" and the other side could be "An issue for non-Discordians"
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: ñͤͣ̄ͦ̌̑͗͊͛͂͗ ̸̨̨̣̺̼̣̜͙͈͕̮̊̈́̈͂͛̽͊ͭ̓͆ͅé ̰̓̓́ͯ́́͞ on May 25, 2010, 01:00:51 am
Ooh, y'know what? If RB is down, we could do one of those split books, like turn the book over and upside down and it's another cover. Y'know, Like half the text is one way, the middle is the end, but when you flip it over... you know what I mean.

Like one side could be "a non-issue for Discordians" and the other side could be "An issue for non-Discordians"

I like it.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Placid Dingo on May 25, 2010, 08:02:37 am
I like the non-issue, but I also love the idea of a collaboration with RB.

If you need space filled, give me a word limit and a theme. Or just let me know the kind of stuff you need.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Roaring Biscuit! on May 25, 2010, 12:07:46 pm
I pmed you pretty much the same, but, I'm down with this idea

would you want it split down the centre, or you do odd pages and I do evens?

x

edd
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Placid Dingo on May 25, 2010, 12:25:56 pm
No idea if you can turn this into something coherent

But on the point of 'non-issue', issue zero etc,

I do notice that issue 11 could artisticly be written to imply 1-1 (one minus one)
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 25, 2010, 04:47:53 pm
I pmed you pretty much the same, but, I'm down with this idea

would you want it split down the centre, or you do odd pages and I do evens?

x

edd

I'd say split down the middle. That way we're not spagging up each others stuff with our own issues (lol)

No idea if you can turn this into something coherent

But on the point of 'non-issue', issue zero etc,

I do notice that issue 11 could artisticly be written to imply 1-1 (one minus one)

I like this idea. We could each put a 1 on each of our covers, and toghether it'll be 11, or 1-1.

I like the non-issue, but I also love the idea of a collaboration with RB.

If you need space filled, give me a word limit and a theme. Or just let me know the kind of stuff you need.

Hell, you know how it works, write it, and if it's all good, we'll print it! But first...

Now that the basic logictics are agreed upon, I'd like to try and develop the idea of a "non-issue." What's a non-issue for Discordians? Maybe just typical Discordian stuff, like the symbology etc. We could just use it to celebrate all things Discordian in general, but I'm not sure that would differentiate this issue from other issues. Thoughts, anybody?

Oh, and RB, maybe we could try to make a sacred chao out of this. One side could be Golden Apples, the other could be Iron pentagons. Just a thought.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Richter on May 25, 2010, 07:00:07 pm
If we're doing a non - issue, how about includign a non - interview?

This would entirely consist of a transcript of a few of sitting around, drinking beer, and riffing off ideas, insults, or BS. 

The Monastery and various weekend / weekday bracketing weekend dates are available for this. 
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 25, 2010, 07:30:33 pm
If we're doing a non - issue, how about includign a non - interview?

This would entirely consist of a transcript of a few of sitting around, drinking beer, and riffing off ideas, insults, or BS. 

The Monastery and various weekend / weekday bracketing weekend dates are available for this. 

Ooh, we could do this when the Dok comes to town.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Telarus on May 25, 2010, 09:04:10 pm
That is a very cool idea. Make sure you have your recording -> transcribing workflow in mind.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Richter on May 25, 2010, 09:27:44 pm
Yeah, we'll need a recorder going.
It borders on pineal, or "Lets drink and write about it.", which I'd like to avoid.  I'd rather just spin into BS, brags, weird discussions, etc.  Big hurdle I think will be the expectation of epic conversation, or the "OMG RECORDING!" factor.  Maybe giving it a loose idea like "Interview everyone while avoiding interview yourself" would help?
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 26, 2010, 12:06:11 am
Who the hell is R.B.?
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Roaring Biscuit! on May 26, 2010, 01:24:14 am
hi there   :lulz:
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 26, 2010, 02:39:43 am
Yeah, we'll need a recorder going.
It borders on pineal, or "Lets drink and write about it.", which I'd like to avoid.  I'd rather just spin into BS, brags, weird discussions, etc.  Big hurdle I think will be the expectation of epic conversation, or the "OMG RECORDING!" factor.  Maybe giving it a loose idea like "Interview everyone while avoiding interview yourself" would help?

We can record a shitload of stuff, and just trim it down to the best bits, then portray it as if that's actually exactly how the convo went down.
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 26, 2010, 03:15:08 am
hi there   :lulz:

OH HI!   :lol:
Title: Re: Intermittens 0: a non-issue
Post by: Cramulus on May 26, 2010, 04:54:43 am
from juxtapositions

When you throw a rock into the water, it will speed on the fastest course to the bottom of the water. Somewhere along the line I knew there'd be girls, visions, everything; somewhere along the line the pearl would be handed to me.

A true seeker cannot not accept any teachings, not if he sincerely wishes to find something. I hid in the grapevines, digging it all. I felt like a million dollars; I was adventuring in the crazy American night. The potential Buddha already exists in the sinner; his future is already there.

Words do not express thoughts very well. They always become a little different immediately after they are expressed, a little distorted, a little foolish. We fumed and screamed in our mountain nook, mad drunken Americans in the mighty land. We were on the roof of America and all we could do was yell, I guess — across the night, eastward over the Plains.

During deep meditation it is possible to dispel time, to see simultaneously all the past, present, and future, and then everything is good, everything is perfect, everything is Brahman. We turned at a dozen paces, for love is a duel, and looked at each other for the last time.

Here is a doctrine at which you will laugh. It seems to me that Love is the most important thing in the world. We were already almost out of America and yet definitely in it and in the middle of where it's maddest. I think it is only important to love the world, to explain and despise it. But we should regard the world and ourselves and all beings with love, admiration and respect. Boys and girls in America have such a sad time together; sophistication demands that they submit to sex immediately without proper preliminary talk. Not courting talk — real straight talk about souls, for life is holy and every moment is precious.

I had to strive for property and experience nausea and the depths of despair in order to learn not to resist them, in order to learn to love the world, and no longer compare it with some kind of desired imaginary world, some imaginary vision of perfection, but to leave it as it is, to love it and be glad to belong to it. Whither goest thou, America, in thy shiny car in the night?




words by Hesse & Kerouac
arranged by Cramulus

Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Placid Dingo on May 29, 2010, 02:33:19 am
Non-issue article. I can clean this up a bit. I'm not honestly satisfied with it but working on RERO.

I've tried to do a bit of a non-article, avoiding some of the typical features of an article etc.

Quote
Noun1.non-issue - the state of something that has outlived its relevance.
FOR EXAMPLE I once had a conversation with a drunk man who babbled on about how he was really smart at maths but he didn’t try very hard in school to upset his teachers. He seemed very smug. School is over dude. Way over. For example, towards the end of Bush’s second term I see a protest singer, and she’s singing songs about the Viet Nam war. For example, people with anti-Howard or Bush stickers on their car.
We live our lives by non issues, by redundant precedents. We approach a customer with anger because the one before them was a jackass. Then, when we realise how nice they were, we treat the NEXT customer like royalty. We make decisions on how we dress, act, respond based on versions of ourself that exist no more. We treat our friends like the people they used to be. We welcome in Governments because they were the good guys. Once.
For example, somebody once told me not to join a teachers union because they’d voted to prevent the release of supplies in World War One.
We ‘like’ food because it was nice once. We like films because we once had a certain emotional response. We like people for the same reason, and places and institutions. Question: At what point do we stop holding a company or institution responsible for actions in the past? Everybody hates North Korea for disturbing the peace. Some people hate the Americans for the Iraq war. Some for Viet Nam. Some people hate the Japanese for the rape of Nanjing. Does anyone hate France for Napoleon? Does anyone hate Rome for messing with Greece?
A discussion:
“Why did you choose Dragonfruit to drink?”
“Probably because it’s consistent with my view of myself as superior to others who avoid foreign food on principle.”
“That’s a stupid reason.”
“What’s a better reason?”
“I dunno. That you like the taste?”
“That’s not a better reason. That’s a better rationalisation.”
“And yours is the honest reason?”
“Mines a more honest attempt to find the reason. But you’re an idiot if you think you understand your own stimulations. I might only have got it because it says Dragon. Or because of the colour.”
For example, Intermittents follows magazine format, on the internet. For example, cars are made for road based on dimensions required for horse carts. For example you probably understood what I was talking about in the first few words but you kept reading.
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 30, 2010, 06:11:35 pm
So, Brotep gave me an idea (can't find exactly where he posted it). I want to do a large section of fake adverts before the table of contents. Sort of a spoof of womens magazines. Anyone have/can make up some, that would be shweet.
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 30, 2010, 06:16:19 pm
Oh, and with that being said, I'd like any submissions to have titles that are similar to the stupid Cosmo article titles. Like, "23 things that will drive him crazy" etc.

Also, if someone has/wants to make a quiz in the style of those womens magazine quiz's, that could also be cool.
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 30, 2010, 06:50:26 pm
God, I wish I had more time right now! Maybe some will open up.

I'm lagging hard in finishing LMNO's 30 Days of Eris, so I have no business getting into anything else until that's done.





weltburger
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 30, 2010, 08:04:27 pm
God, I wish I had more time right now! Maybe some will open up.

I'm lagging hard in finishing LMNO's 30 Days of Eris, so I have no business getting into anything else until that's done.





weltburger

NP, Nigel. One question: what's with the weltburger thing you've been doing. I must've missed something...
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 30, 2010, 08:09:29 pm
God, I wish I had more time right now! Maybe some will open up.

I'm lagging hard in finishing LMNO's 30 Days of Eris, so I have no business getting into anything else until that's done.





weltburger


NP, Nigel. One question: what's with the weltburger thing you've been doing. I must've missed something...


Weltburger only reads threads he's mentioned in... I'm just making sure he has LOTS of reading material when he gets back. Feel free to join in!
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on May 30, 2010, 08:12:37 pm
God, I wish I had more time right now! Maybe some will open up.

I'm lagging hard in finishing LMNO's 30 Days of Eris, so I have no business getting into anything else until that's done.





weltburger


NP, Nigel. One question: what's with the weltburger thing you've been doing. I must've missed something...


Weltburger only reads threads he's mentioned in... I'm just making sure he has LOTS of reading material when he gets back. Feel free to join in!


Ha! I don't feel the need to help him out, tho.

Wartbugger
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Richter on June 01, 2010, 01:03:46 pm
Oh, and with that being said, I'd like any submissions to have titles that are similar to the stupid Cosmo article titles. Like, "23 things that will drive him crazy" etc.

Also, if someone has/wants to make a quiz in the style of those womens magazine quiz's, that could also be cool.

THIS.

....

5 Surfire ways to Annoy People in Bed

Sand
Short sheeting more than 3 days out of 5
Humping a Pillow at 2 AM
Armpit Fart Noises
Real Fart Noises
Bed Wetting
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Richter on June 23, 2010, 04:20:52 pm
AfterGASM.  What to do after the big show.

We've all been there.  You've just been with your favorite partners comitting acts of enlightening vandalism.  You've spent your entire load of psoters and stickers, and feelign well satisfied, jsut want to sit down and chat for a bit. 

Then the jerk says it.

"I'm goign home to sleep.  Night."

What?  That's it?
No quiet chatting about the fun you've jsut had, or what GASM'ing means to you?  No drink or snacking?  They jsut have their fun with you then roll off to sleep? 

To start with, make certain your partners know that post-GASM activity is important to you.  Tell them how it wraps up the entire experience for you, making it worthwhile and fulfilling.  Not jsut some scuttle around to hang compulsory enlightenment, then scuttling off like it was a chore or a job. 

Keep the energy going:  AfterGasm activities don't have to be as hectic of hilarious as the actual Gasm'ing.  That doesn't mean they have to lapse into lethargy.  Direct things naturally into hanging around a public park, going for a beer, or heading in for a game.

Avoid nagging your partners into any afterGasm antics, if they cannot respect and oblige your post-Gasm needs, then you might not quite be Gasm'ically compatible.  Also refrain from "Scheduling" or "requiring" extraGasm events.  Too much plannign kills the spontenaity and trickster-esque joy.  Let's face it, there are some days where we get tired too.

Good night and Good luck!
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Triple Zero on June 26, 2010, 08:01:53 am
So, Brotep gave me an idea (can't find exactly where he posted it). I want to do a large section of fake adverts before the table of contents. Sort of a spoof of womens magazines. Anyone have/can make up some, that would be shweet.

If possible, AND YOU CAN FIND HIM, you should ask Broken AI / LoveStoat about this, he poops out WOMP-style adverts for his Church of Psyonetiks like there is no tomorrow (and there won't be, unless you buy his +++WIN for $$$ and mega-salvation)

Last I heard he hangs around at EB&G.

If you speak to him, ALSO ask him to COME BACK PLEASE :cry:
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Dimocritus on June 26, 2010, 05:15:53 pm
AfterGASM.  What to do after the big show.

We've all been there.  You've just been with your favorite partners comitting acts of enlightening vandalism.  You've spent your entire load of psoters and stickers, and feelign well satisfied, jsut want to sit down and chat for a bit. 

Then the jerk says it.

"I'm goign home to sleep.  Night."

What?  That's it?
No quiet chatting about the fun you've jsut had, or what GASM'ing means to you?  No drink or snacking?  They jsut have their fun with you then roll off to sleep? 

To start with, make certain your partners know that post-GASM activity is important to you.  Tell them how it wraps up the entire experience for you, making it worthwhile and fulfilling.  Not jsut some scuttle around to hang compulsory enlightenment, then scuttling off like it was a chore or a job. 

Keep the energy going:  AfterGasm activities don't have to be as hectic of hilarious as the actual Gasm'ing.  That doesn't mean they have to lapse into lethargy.  Direct things naturally into hanging around a public park, going for a beer, or heading in for a game.

Avoid nagging your partners into any afterGasm antics, if they cannot respect and oblige your post-Gasm needs, then you might not quite be Gasm'ically compatible.  Also refrain from "Scheduling" or "requiring" extraGasm events.  Too much plannign kills the spontenaity and trickster-esque joy.  Let's face it, there are some days where we get tired too.

Good night and Good luck!

Very nice! This is going in. Buut, if you can figure out a way to lengthen it, or perhaps make it inot an ad in diguise as an article, that would be brilliant!

So, Brotep gave me an idea (can't find exactly where he posted it). I want to do a large section of fake adverts before the table of contents. Sort of a spoof of womens magazines. Anyone have/can make up some, that would be shweet.

If possible, AND YOU CAN FIND HIM, you should ask Broken AI / LoveStoat about this, he poops out WOMP-style adverts for his Church of Psyonetiks like there is no tomorrow (and there won't be, unless you buy his +++WIN for $$$ and mega-salvation)

Last I heard he hangs around at EB&G.

If you speak to him, ALSO ask him to COME BACK PLEASE :cry:

Yeah, I was talking to him about fake ads before he left. Then I followed him over to EB&G, where I continued to harrass him for the fake ads. He said he'd get to it when he's not busy... That could mean never :sad: Buuut, I'll pop over there and see if I can't motivate him. Thanks fo the lead, tho, TripZip
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Telarus on June 26, 2010, 06:35:27 pm
If you have text, and an idea of the imagery you'd like to go with it, I can help with the layout of these 'fake ads'.

For example, the AfterGASM needs somebody in the Capt'n Morgan pose.
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Iron Sulfide on June 28, 2010, 12:35:33 am
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a149/Festwo/JINNBAR-1.jpg
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a149/Festwo/JINNBAR2-1.jpg

i had more before my compy crashed... :(
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Richter on June 30, 2010, 04:30:40 pm
AfterGASM.  What to do after the big show.

We've all been there.  You've just been with your favorite partners comitting acts of enlightening vandalism.  You've spent your entire load of psoters and stickers, and feelign well satisfied, jsut want to sit down and chat for a bit. 

Then the jerk says it.

"I'm goign home to sleep.  Night."

What?  That's it?
No quiet chatting about the fun you've jsut had, or what GASM'ing means to you?  No drink or snacking?  They jsut have their fun with you then roll off to sleep? 

To start with, make certain your partners know that post-GASM activity is important to you.  Tell them how it wraps up the entire experience for you, making it worthwhile and fulfilling.  Not jsut some scuttle around to hang compulsory enlightenment, then scuttling off like it was a chore or a job. 

Keep the energy going:  AfterGasm activities don't have to be as hectic of hilarious as the actual Gasm'ing.  That doesn't mean they have to lapse into lethargy.  Direct things naturally into hanging around a public park, going for a beer, or heading in for a game.

Avoid nagging your partners into any afterGasm antics, if they cannot respect and oblige your post-Gasm needs, then you might not quite be Gasm'ically compatible.  Also refrain from "Scheduling" or "requiring" extraGasm events.  Too much plannign kills the spontenaity and trickster-esque joy.  Let's face it, there are some days where we get tired too.

Good night and Good luck!

Very nice! This is going in. Buut, if you can figure out a way to lengthen it, or perhaps make it inot an ad in diguise as an article, that would be brilliant!


Awesome.  I'll revist and see what I can do.  It's goign to hurt to write that vapid much longer though.

For the advertisement disguise, do you have any idea of a product that it could be pitched with?

Post GASM lubricants, cotnraceptives, "personal hygeine", etc?
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: BluTakDuck on July 20, 2010, 09:03:57 am
I don't know whether it's appropriate to just post images for submission here. Apologies if it's bad form.

(http://i899.photobucket.com/albums/ac194/Blutakduck/duckshaped.jpg)
Title: Re: Intermittens: A non-issue
Post by: Triple Zero on July 23, 2010, 11:03:16 am
:lol: