AT…I’m still following/enjoying. Keep up the great work. BA
Wow! Do all the Alvikite (is that the correct term?) monks dress like Elvis? And nuns with swords (I guess that thing on her back is a sword)? I just keeps getting better and better!
BA- Thank you, sir.
Fywillan – Yes all the Alvikite (l like the term you coined ) priests dress like Elvis impersonators. And yes the nuns are martial artists. Growing up Catholic, I often kept myself amused during church by fantasizing that the nuns were secretly ninjas, and were hiding shurikens under their black robes. 😉
You survived Catholic school, too?
The nuns were ninjas on roller skates (because you never saw them walk – they sort of glided across the floor), and their weapon of choice was the maple yard stick. I don’t know where they kept it, but it seemed to appear from nowhere when they caught you doing something they didn’t like.
Ah yes. The good old days.
I don’t know where they kept it, but it seemed to appear from nowhere when they caught you doing something they didn’t like.
Well, I give you two options: they hide ’em in their habits, or in hammerspace. Well, okay, there’s one more option: maybe they keep one above every doorway — my family keeps one on the molding above the doorway from the dining room to the kitchen, and you wouldn’t see it from a normal height if you didn’t expect it to be there. (It might technically be a meterstick, but that makes very little difference in terms of where you can keep it unobtrusively 😉)
Wohoo! Best religion ever! Also if you like martial artist nuns check out the webcomic called Sister Claire by Yamino. It has VERY bad puns and generally makes fun of Catholicism (if you are going to be offended, don’t read it) but it’s funny and SICK (in the very best meaning of the word)!
Thanks for the tip. Sister Claire is another cool webcomic I’ve never heard of. And no, I’m not offended. These days, I consider my religion to be pastafarian.
xD i love it when someone knows what that is without having to have it explained to them, many of my friends get confused >.<
Whoops, looks like I misused the cite attribute on that blockquote element — the value has to be a URI. Not that it would have done any good if I had used it correctly, since browsers apparently don’t render it anyways. So I’m wondering: why bother to mention its existence in the NOTE below the comment entry box in the first place?
… and it looks like I failed to notice that my reply lost it’s reply status because I restarted Firefox while it was still in the entry box.
I wonder if it would be possible to make the reply-to status survive that kind of thing the same as the text itself? (Not a feature request; I’m just wondering if/how it could be done for my own amusement!)
I’m thinking it would probably be possible with a hidden <input type="text"> for the comment_parent, instead of the <input type=”hidden”> you have now…
Abusing children by smacking them with wooden sticks when they express their own opinion. Yay! Fun.
It’s a good thing I wasn’t raised Catholic, I have no tolerance for child abuse. When I grew up, I would have returned and driven their rulers through their evil black hearts. But then, that’s just me.
So, that’s where Elvis got off to.
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