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So every now and again, I write for Cracked.com! Today my fourth Cracked article came out! You can read it here.

Also, if you're interested, you can read the other three here here and here.

I also did another Reading Sins: A Puppet to Her Fame

I'm also slowly, but surely moving forward on another Gwenwyn update, so that's fun. And I'm only about a chapter away from finishing the Rainbow Rocks arc of TD v EQG. TD is going to have so much fun with Principal Cinch. Prince should be over soon, too. I know I keep saying that. I would update more, but I am back in school for my final semester. That and I'm working my way through The Wire. About 1/4th of the way through Season 2. Really enjoying it. It also doesn't help that I'm re-playing Knights of the old Republic II using a mod that replaced about 2/3rds of the content that the creators cut for time purposes when they originally released the game.

I also found out that, because of my epilepsy, I can't sell my blood for money. Oh well.

I did enjoy the new episode. Broke my heart when Scoots said "I know what it's like to want something out of reach." She'll fly before the end of the show! This I swear!

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#846 · 1w, 2d ago · · ·

>>2299730 Whoa, that's strange. I didn't even post it yet.

#843 · 1w, 5d ago · · ·

You like Gone With the Wind and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, I presume.  

These two stories display a couple of things I found hilarious in hindsight or interesting.  

The Confederacy's arrogance, and therefore, inobservant ignorance led to their demise.  All the factories were northbound, all the raw materials, like abundant copper and lead was in the Union, and the means to train the soldiers was mostly in New England.  Most of the Confederates who were so cocky hadn't even used a gun except to hunt.  Most of them were woefully unprepared to fire at anyone who could shoot back, especially when they were outclassed in ammunition.  Does this sound anything like Purgle?  The tension is when the "Heroes" or protagonists are at a clear disadvantage, or the suspense works when the playing field is level.  Sauron had them all beat and would not likely lose in reality.  He just needed to make a couple of slight oversights and fall for a diversion so the bearer of his soul carrying jewelry could sneak past and cast into the magma.  Had he not fallen for that, his victory would be inevitable.  Had the story been told from the union side, it might as well be a documentary.   Had the other been told from Sauron's perspective, he'd be expected to win.  And there wouldn't be much to tell.  There's not much drama from Sauron's side.  

The Tin Man was originally flesh and blood before he mutilated himself and had to lift his whole body bit by bit for tin ones.  He claims he cannot feel anything, but that's horse hockey, because if he could not feel anything, how could he desire the power to feel?  In his case, his feelings will betray him, because two of his friends will grow old and die while he remains for all eternity unless he is doused in molten steel.  Only melting would end him for good.  The only iron parts of him are his joints, so they can rust.  This would temporarily incapacitate him until somebody gives his joints oil.  Or he could oil himself as he begins to get rusty.  Without his sentimentality, he could not be hurt by the inevitable fact that generations will come and go, and he will never be part of it again.  The old man made this quite clear: "You should count your blessings and consider yourself fortunate not to have strong feelings, as there can be no humor without misery, no happiness without unhappiness."  Basically, feelings are all or nothing.  You have all the emotions or none of them.  Is it worthwhile to eternally go though the same feelings over and over, or is it best to feel less and less as time wears your emotions away?  This is kind of why I find it unfair the immortals are forced to have more feelings than mortals do, to have more extreme feelings than their underlings.  What's worse is, unlike reality where they grow stale over time, theirs remain forever fresh.  Pain never hurts any less, and they have to keep subjecting themselves to it.  They don't develop apathy from the repetition and monotony, yet the repetition and monotony exist anyway.  After two thousand years, there should not be any gullible trait in them, and they should know every possible indication a person is lying.  Besides, when they can literally enter your head, all bets are off, unless one with a strong will can keep them out.

#842 · 3w, 6d ago · · ·

Hey it's me again thanks for the permission for your fic but... I just couldn’t get it right but I have started to make my own. I would really appreciate it if you checked it out and gave me some tips.

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