is that like
a codeword or something
Type: Posts; User: Jabberwocky
is that like
a codeword or something
I visited Liechtenstein last summer on a detour from Switzerland. Vaduz is lovely.
Britain is tiiiiiiiiny. From top to bottom takes maybe the same amount of time to drive as from Austin to Dallas, maybe a bit more.
I like dry humor as much as the next guy, but there ain't nothing wrong with a good pun now and again.
I have a spare TIAR if anyone wants it.
Bakuman。. Been marathoning the whole series for a while now.
NATO is my deadbeat real father.
Y'all wanna talk about accents, best not ferget what th' best one around is. That'd be mine, of course. Suh-ern California mixed with central Texas.
Trolls on the government's payroll? No good can come of that.
Ugh, wish I'd had this last year. I had to take my SAT while still under the effects of sedatives from my wisdom teeth surgery. I mean, I still did decently, but with this new test I probably would...
Very rarely. I'll never wear them upstairs, and I usually take them off upon entering the house regardless.
Yeah, just because you don't like it doesn't mean it's automatically shit. If that were the case, stuff like dadaism or dubstep would never have caught on. In the end, if you can't come up with...
I wrote a Doctor Who/Pokemon crossover on a dare a while back, which featured the Eleventh Doctor, Amy, and Rory getting tossed into the Pokemon universe.
It was fun to write, and people seemed to...
You are operating under the false dichotomy that you have to either lie to someone, or tell them that they suck and they should quit. There are more options.[/QUOTE]
A referendum being held less than a month after being announced, to determine whether or not to become a part of an invading power, announced by a legislature currently headed by a former criminal...
It's impossible to put out a Picasso the first time your pen touches paper, or a Hugo with your first keystroke. There's always room to improve, and your work is always terrible compared to what you...
With fantasy, worldbuilding is exceedingly important. Similarly important is avoiding infodumping. It's excusable from time to time, like a historian relating the story of an important in-universe...
Putin's focus has thus far been the Caucuses and those former Soviet republics closest to Russia such as Belarus and Ukraine. I doubt he'd move against any of the NATO-allied former bloc countries or...
Bringing the subject to the table on a multilateral scale would be a good start.
Russia is the one escalating things. Ukraine has every right to defend its territory from forced annexation attempts.[/QUOTE]
What about Russian military assets in Crimea? Don't you think they...
Frankly, complaining about fluff pieces isn't particularly newsworthy itself. It's hardly a lead story, and it isn't as if they're neglecting news from Ukraine.
No one is disputing whether Russia has had troops stationed in Ukraine for a long time, nor the fact that Crimea has a high ethnic Russian population. I would dispute, however, whether they hold any...
I laugh even harder when they are actually funny.[/QUOTE]
I only laugh at things that are not funny.[/QUOTE]
You must love standup then.
Russia is the one escalating things. Ukraine has every right to defend its territory from forced annexation attempts.
That depends, was he "democratically elected" like Putin was?[/QUOTE]
Inconclusive, but very, very likely. From what I've read, only around 5% of Ukrainians expected a fair election back in 2010.