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Airy, Airy, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?

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spockvarietyhour:

Here’s a question or a nitpick.

Back in DS9’s third season during “Life Support” When Bashir’s doing that surgery on Bareil, he’s able to replace part of Bareil’s brain with cybernetic parts and implies he could do the same to the other hemisphere but then he wouldn’t necessarily be Bareil anymore. Well that last part’s a matter of opinion as Bareil had the personality of a wet noodle anyway my main question is, How Different is replacing a brain with Cybernetic Parts to creating a Positronic Matrix, aka Data’s Brain?

Bashir was retconned with being genetically altered (but it fit in so perfectly with his character and his actions) could he have actually done so. I haven’t watched Life Support in a while so I don’t know if I’m misremembering but it. I just imagine Data showing Bashir Lal and maybe, just maybe Bashir has a flash of inspiration….

Or I might just be rambling

THIS WOULD BE THE BEST OF THINGS

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My avatar is currently fishing for eels for dinner. It’s not easy to see, but that little white thing just under the fishing rod? Two little kodama, one giving the other a piggy-back ride. If you click them, you get a little kodama pet that rides on your shoulder.
Told you it was like being in a Miyazaki movie!

My avatar is currently fishing for eels for dinner. It’s not easy to see, but that little white thing just under the fishing rod? Two little kodama, one giving the other a piggy-back ride. If you click them, you get a little kodama pet that rides on your shoulder.

Told you it was like being in a Miyazaki movie!

Filed under Airy post second life things to do in second life

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You might remember that a while ago I posted about Kagami 2014, a Japanese spooky summer event in Second Life. This must be the year of cool Japanese summer events in Second Life, because I’ve just found another one. The Nekodamari Summer Event is called ‘Mayu & Kenta’s Summer Vacation.’  Mayu and Kenta are urban elementary school kids who go to spend the summer with their grandmother in the country, and she gives them a series of chores to do in order to experience summertime in rural Japan - like cleaning the porch, pulling weeds in the garden and doing the traditional PE exercises to the radio. You can get neat prizes for completing the chores, and the sim the Nekodamari people have built is beautiful - you’ll feel like you’re in a Miyazaki movie. 
Plus you get to watch your avatar jumping around doing aerobics while you sit on your ass in front of the computer, it’s great.

You might remember that a while ago I posted about Kagami 2014, a Japanese spooky summer event in Second Life. This must be the year of cool Japanese summer events in Second Life, because I’ve just found another one. The Nekodamari Summer Event is called ‘Mayu & Kenta’s Summer Vacation.’  Mayu and Kenta are urban elementary school kids who go to spend the summer with their grandmother in the country, and she gives them a series of chores to do in order to experience summertime in rural Japan - like cleaning the porch, pulling weeds in the garden and doing the traditional PE exercises to the radio. You can get neat prizes for completing the chores, and the sim the Nekodamari people have built is beautiful - you’ll feel like you’re in a Miyazaki movie. 

Plus you get to watch your avatar jumping around doing aerobics while you sit on your ass in front of the computer, it’s great.

Filed under Airy post things to do in second life second life

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gunmollie:

truly enjoying British tv

I think she’s just pissed off at the world because her name is Diana Beard.
ETA: After locating and reading the story, I think she’s more likely pissed off at the world because she recently fell and banged her head in such a way that she fucked up her olfactory nerve and lost her sense of smell. That’s hard on anyone but particularly awful for someone who loves to cook.
Also Ofcom has decided not to investigate, as it was an honest mistake rather than deliberate sabotage; also, Mr Watters spat the dummy and threw the ice-cream in the bin when it had been out of the fridge less than a minute. He and Ms Beard have since made peace. Curiously, he has an ENORMOUS beard.

gunmollie:

truly enjoying British tv

I think she’s just pissed off at the world because her name is Diana Beard.

ETA: After locating and reading the story, I think she’s more likely pissed off at the world because she recently fell and banged her head in such a way that she fucked up her olfactory nerve and lost her sense of smell. That’s hard on anyone but particularly awful for someone who loves to cook.

Also Ofcom has decided not to investigate, as it was an honest mistake rather than deliberate sabotage; also, Mr Watters spat the dummy and threw the ice-cream in the bin when it had been out of the fridge less than a minute. He and Ms Beard have since made peace. Curiously, he has an ENORMOUS beard.

(via chrryblssmninja)

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'Boku ni Invitation,' the first OP theme from the anime Polar Bear Café. This came around on iTunes shuffle while I was driving today and I was like HOLY SHIT WHY DON’T I LISTEN TO THIS SONG ALL THE TIME.

(it’s about this dude trying to track down the location of a wonderful café that he’s heard rumours about online, and finally he gets an invitation to the place, it’s like his Hogwarts letter or something)

(I mean that’s what the song is about)

(the anime is about a polar bear who runs a café, obviously)

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