Comic Book Protocol
christopher: they function under the Comic Book Protocol. No One Is Officially Dead. Ever.
Victoria: lmao. i can see that.
christopher: There are more "zombies" in comic books than fucking Day of the Dead
Theory: Fuel Prices as a Power Play
Now, we all remember the falling gas prices around the time of the election, but evidently people forget their height at 5.00/gal during the heart of Bush’s second term. So, let’s look at the facts, the Big Oil companies want to protect their interests, the moneygrubbing Republicans who are Big Oil’s collective bitch. SO, in the hopes to get McCain elected, to keep their...
Shackles, Sherlock, and The Days
It feels as though it is 5pm, yet it is not even noon o’clock yet. At least I am confident that it is, in fact, Wednesday, and not say - Thursday, which has been the scenario as of late, that I’m either a day ahead, a day behind, or don’t even know what a day is. My body clock is entirely out of whack as of late, though I am glad that today it’s only 5 hours off....
So annoyed at the moment. One of the best gifs I have found and the bugger won’t load right.
So, if you have what you say you have, I will make you rich. If you don’t,...– J. Moriarty
An Open Apology
Sorry for the great amount of Sherlockian and Cthulhuian “Spam” as you tumblrs call it, but I’ve been awake since 7:00am with naught to do. (Write? Sure, yeah, okay, right. No. Still need to clear the ether from my brain before I can be *that* productive) Nonetheless, I shall try to refrain for the rest of the day. At least, we can pretend that that is truth.
Neil Gaiman: It's Extra Magic Bonus Happy Leap... →
neil-gaiman: Please celebrate Leap Year Day in the traditional manner by taking a writer out for dinner. It’s been four years since many authors had a good dinner. We are waiting. Many of us have our forks or chopsticks at the ready - some of us have had them ready for days. We will repay you by drifting off…
As for the Republicans, how can one regard seriously a frightened, greedy,...– HP Lovecraft
The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human...– H.P. Lovecraft (via rusticated)