@Maj. Bastable Fitzwiggins – that’s only because the Professor injected a highly experimental access transmitter into your neck while you were sleeping. We’re just waiting to see what the adverse side effects are before we decide if we should all get one . . .
That is cool. I’m surprised at their *cough* restraint on the costumes they decided on. On a different note – Yaya Han? Bleh, it all dates back to a bad comic con experience but suffice it to say I am not a fan . . .
“Though if I showed it to certain people in the office, they would murder me.”
I like to live on the edge, so I promptly decided to do just that. Many eloquent and intelligent discussions were hard thereafter, ranging from “this author is talking out their ass” to “I don’t need counterarguments, because the author is clearly a ****!”.
It’s always going to be a grey area. How could it not be? But I firmly believe that freedom of speech does not mean freedom from consequence! Yes, you should be free to speak freely. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have to deal with the consequences of your words.
I once made a documentary about EVPs while at uni. I worked part time at a museum that had a lot of ships that people had died in in its collection. (Morbid, I know.)
Anyway, we used to have these paranormal groups that would come in at night when the lights were out to record EVPs and freak out over shadows.
They filmed themselves with night…[Read more]