That isn't me, that will be my host. I will be the parasitic lifeform taking over. He will probably be carrying a phone. I will be there.
Speak to the iPad.
Then SMASH IT.
- Discrete Firearm
- Silver Bullet x2 + 1 extra
- Garlic x1 bagful
- Wooden Stake x2
- Holy/Heavy Water x1 gallon
- Nerf Super Soakers (for Holy/Heavy Water)
- Axe (for Beheading)
- Axe Spray (to Induce Migraines)
- Professional Knocker-Offer Team (as Requested by LM)
Comic Sans, as you know, is the most horrid abomination known to man. Even worse than the community of Minecraft fans less than 10 years old. Or the Portal ans that endlessly say: "The cake is a lie"
Whether you be a graphic designer, a font-maker, a web designer, a man of internet, or just, somebody condemned to be alive on this horrid plan of existence, you have encountered this plague before.
So I propose a partial solution.
A comic sans shaming website.
On this site, victims of CS can (if they are still capable of doing so) photograph the incident. Then, they can upload the offending image to the website, and specify the coordinates of the font crime on a map. Then, people can shame these offenders, and perhaps as more functionality is added, automatically send them cease-and-desist letters. Or do a citizen's arrest.
But not in Virginia.
This is part of a last minute project that I wish to arrange with BrickFair'ers and the general BZP society. I suggest, that attendess at BrickFair, bring their mobile devices, and conduct video chats with other BZPers who are not present there. If they have a bit of time, the BFers (lol Beefers) can give tours and act as robots obedient to the will of the people who are remotely connected.
So, who, going to BrickFair is willing to offer this service/slavery? And who wants to attend through the powers of telepresence?
Those Giving Up Thier Individuality
Those Assuming Control
In case you're wondering, this is serious, I just couldn't resist making a joke about it.
Also, if you wish to have a certain person to act as your host, feel free to specify as you sign up in the comments section.
Actually no, nor in our minds, nor in barrels of lard.
In the July 21st-July 27th issue of The Economist, which to my knowledge is the most recent. I know it's a political magazine, but I felt like pointing this out, because I think it's relevant to LEGO, but if any staff have objections, please tell me. (Because just deleting/drafting the entry leaves me clueless, but I'll be happy to change anything here.)
On page 70, in the Books and arts section, there is an article, Isatiable Longing. Read it if you want to, it's not important.
Above is a picture of a young boy, looking in awe in a store at shelves of his favorite toys.
On a side note, what's are warning points?
To inform you guys of this.
I can die well now
Knowing that the day has passed
And it might not be forgotten
The Waffles Window
when you don't create things, you become defined by your tastes rather than ability. your tastes only narrow & exclude people. so create.
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