Bet that Bishop was thinking neither vertically or horizontally about The Book. Mostly because people only think in a roundabout manner, but also because he is a backgammon piece. (He is on the “bar”, if you know what i mean). But maybe he is not a people.
“Is it a he?”, he asked, while slubbering over the few grapes he had managed to acquire for the day. It was actually night, but that didn’t stop him. “Slubber, Slubber, Squick”. The grapes were fighting back, but he would subdue them in time. Proffesor Parsnip looked up from his resistant food, and looked around his organic, underground hovel. He jumps, turns around three times in an unnecessary display of display of display.
He quickly moves his haunted, roving eyes around the four walls. He suddenly stares up at you! You look back, but he has no eyes! This is awkward! You realise that the reason that the hovel was poorly described was because the protagonist waas blind. Professor Parsnip waves up at you, but you have an epiphany, and it gets in the way. It doesn’t move, and you begin to understand. It was never there. The only real epiphany that ever struck you, forcefully or otherwise, happened just now. You are Professor Parsnip!
Huzzah Hizzazzle! Mountain Time is as back to normal as it’s ever going to be! Even the legs!
that is one well drawn marlin
I may not be a chess expert, but I bet that a rook would be capable of enjoying the film of the book as a loose interpretation of the text rather than a straightforward adaptation. But then again, what do I know…
Oh Sir Knight, I think that it is you, with your anomalous motion and mindset, who understands this port better than most. You’re L shaped motion forces the forceps, and then physics. Rooks are mere buildings, incapable of true thought, true emotion. But what then, again do I know?
Cold: Thanks! My focus in art school was fish of the Miocene, except I didn’t go to art school. (Surprise!)
KWC & Gandalf: I think KWC is right: rooks are probably pretty good at interpreting things from various vantages, what with the turrets and all.
Another victory for logic
I think the haircut genre has a lot of untapped potential.
BrokenEye: Logic has a stunning win-loss record around here.
Maltor: If you want to see the director’s full vision, you can get the uncut edition. Unfortunately, it’s blank.
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