it's sad 'cause it's true
- Cassie: WHY ARE YOU REREADING THAT PART
- I AVOID THAT PART LIKE THE WEEPING PLAGUE
- The Editoress: LIKE THE WEEPING PLAGUE how far gone are we
- Cassie: i'm beyond far gone
- if you ask me i am aldish
- The Editoress: jfkdls;ha;
- "Oh are you Italian or something"
- "No. Aldish. Bronze caste. A Lion of Mercy. I serve God and my country."
“Figure skating has given me a unique side advantage. Being on my skates that much has made me very comfortable on the ice.” - Jeff Skinner
I greatly dislike having to go back and fix big things in my writing—like whether a character can speak. It’s good I realized this now instead of later, but it doesn’t mean I can’t be a grump about it.
The next time you feel down, just remember that Bruce Banner tried to kill himself and Tony Stark has anxiety attacks, and they’ve both saved the world. You will be okay.
Hope your day is turning out marvelous so far <3
You’re right about the daemons being incarnate souls. It’s funny, I never really had any feelings toward the religious or political commentary. I just thought it was a cool story. The movie was just poorly made in general though.
That would likely be my reaction. “COOL, POLAR BEARS AND MAGIC STUFF.” I feel like the movie tries to go too fast, for one. I get lost fairly easily. But man, what a cast.
Is there a reason my body firmly believes it is suddenly naptime?
I think it’s like a really fancy imaginary friend? A few of the people I follow are into it. And yes, I’ve heard the same. (Mostly because I wanted to read it when I was younger and my dad forbid me, so naturally I researched it.)
Neat deal. And yeah, normally people telling me with no consideration not to do something makes me very eager to do it. But in this case I got distracted before I could get too far into the book.
Good job, movie. Good job. And you wasted all that money on good actors and special effects.
Something like that? I think their souls were incarnate in the forms of animals that followed them around. Some such thing.
I heard too that it was mostly a warning against religious and political power mixed. I think it was the Archbishop of Canterbury who loved it and considered it a great cautionary tale against faith without question or something.
Aw, so what you’re telling me is that no one was happy with the movie, really. I do know about the Christian community reaction, at least. I was carrying the book around and had one girl yell at me DON’T READ THAT HE’S TRYING TO TAKE THE LITTLE CHILDREN FROM JESUS
what does necrophilia have to do with those blonde dudes
‘#That time I necrophilia’ is my general tag for the comic as a whole, not particular characters.
That said, the blonde guys exist in a flashback, and in the actual time when most of the comic is set, one of them is a zombie, creating the source of my undead troubles.