MISC: racc Digest, Vol 148, Issue 13

Drew Perron pwerdna at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 12:12:11 PST 2015

On 11/14/2015 8:14 PM, George Phillies wrote:
> Many thanks for your comments.
> I much appreciated them.
>>> The usual third at her table was the seventh-grade boy who, if pressed,
>>> claimed he was Silk's heroic side-kick, there to protect her from truly
>>> dangerous villains.  He had his trusty slingshot for that.  He confessed
>>> that he never carried his slingshot.  Someone could get hurt.
>> Oh my god what a cutie.
> Wait until you learn the other 99% of it.

Heeheehee. <3

> There will come the moment when a very pretty young lady shows up. She
> announces that she is his girlfriend. He arrives later after she has
> left. He knows absolutely nothing about her. The two older girls have
> great fun asking him about his girlfriend and what they have been doing.

Pfff. ^.^ That's aughdorable.

>>> The text alternated every few seconds between orange
>>> lettering on a blue field and violet lettering on a yellow field, colors
>>> reserved for the most serious emergencies.
>> Ow. I can see why.
> Some things are so horrible they cannot be imagined.  This scheme was
> not imagined.


> Once upon a time, many years ago, there were computers in which for the
> first time you could program the background and command line interface
> colors.  There was also if you borrowed a bit a version of the Holy
> Blink Icon.
> One of my graduate students reprogrammed a lab computer to do the above
> display colors as its normal -- using the word broadly -- display.

XD That's amazing. (It also sounds like something I would've done when I was 

> I am sure there is a super character based on the blink icon, but
> everyone who works out what it is has hysterical amnesia.

How Lovecraftian.

Drew "comics horror" Perron

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