"Who ya gonna call? TIMEBUSTERS!"

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"Who ya gonna call? TIMEBUSTERS!"

Postby AmyStereo on Thu May 10, 2007 4:34 pm

Sorry, had to do that... ;)

Looks like the little guy's gonna call for help.....

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Re: "Who ya gonna call? TIMEBUSTERS!"

Postby Shirleemouse on Fri May 11, 2007 6:28 pm

AmyStereo wrote:Sorry, had to do that... ;)

Looks like the little guy's gonna call for help.....

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well, he wasn't going to - since, strictly speaking, dex is right. he did break
the law by making illegal use of time. but now he sees that the rouge rats
were the wrong types to get invovled with, so he'd rather take his chances
with our organization, and pay for his crime - rather than get tangled any
deeper with those crooks.
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Postby AmyStereo on Fri May 11, 2007 7:45 pm

Wise, and safer, move....but I could still see enough parallel paradoxes that could happen, since both the Mice of Time and the Rogue Rats bounce around alot through time that could prevent one another from acting according to what should be done....

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Postby RedLenz on Tue May 15, 2007 11:12 pm

Yes.. so far as time travelers battling one another, this reminds me of the Temporal Cold War mentioned on Star Trek Enterprise.

If you paint yourself into paradoxical corners, don't feel bad though. You couldn't possibly do worse than Paramount. :wink:
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Postby Shirleemouse on Tue May 22, 2007 3:02 pm

RedLenz wrote:Yes.. so far as time travelers battling one another, this reminds me of the Temporal Cold War mentioned on Star Trek Enterprise.

If you paint yourself into paradoxical corners, don't feel bad though. You couldn't possibly do worse than Paramount. :wink:

well i hope not to paint myself into any corners - even thought the best
storytellers can't avoid it from time to time. ^.^
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Postby RedLenz on Thu Jun 14, 2007 12:33 pm

Ok, so you if could use some positive temporal ideas then instead of Paramount, do keep an eye on the BBC.

Has anyone seen the newest Doctor Who episode yet, Blink? That was top notch, just brilliant. Thanks to time travel you can just blindly talk to a DVD extra. zowwie!

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Postby Shirleemouse on Thu Jun 21, 2007 5:06 pm

RedLenz wrote:Ok, so you if could use some positive temporal ideas then instead of Paramount, do keep an eye on the BBC.

Has anyone seen the newest Doctor Who episode yet, Blink? That was top notch, just brilliant. Thanks to time travel you can just blindly talk to a DVD extra. zowwie!

RedLenz

haven't seen the very latest doctor who episodes yet! but i have seen some of the first new series with christopher eccleston and they are waaaay neat ^.^
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Postby RedLenz on Thu Jun 28, 2007 1:15 am

One of my favorite episodes when Christopher Eccleson is at the helm is 2005x05 "Father's Day". Real tear-jerker.

So since Amy has me thinking about such quantumly entangled plotlines, I figured I'd drop this inspirational peice at your doorstep:

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/timeray

Offer #2: the idea of time travel is decidedly non-euclidean. It is hard to write for because it's not something you can just walk out onto the street and see first hand.

Another non euclidean concept — a cousin to time travel — is the idea of a spatial portal. Imagine for a moment two doors physically distant from one another, but if you step through one you come out the other.

Wrapping your mind around the ramifications of an idea like that is good practice for time travel ideas too. But — while you can't walk out on the street and see spacial portals either — I know some folks who made a freeware 3d puzzle game where you can. Check it out:
http://www.nuclearmonkeysoftware.com/na ... rview.html

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Postby AmyStereo on Mon Jul 16, 2007 12:55 am

Aside from the oddball dating (12 February??), here's my comment on the latest strip:

I love the eye expressions in this one.... And Victoria looks genuinely curious while the new recruit looks shocked....

:)

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Postby Shirleemouse on Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:32 pm

it's not really oddball dating... i put the date of my comics as the day the
art is drawn, rather than the day i post it. i have a backlog of comics that
i'm working on completing, and i have to keep them in order.

being a mouse of time can be tricky, but it's what i do. ^.^
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Postby AmyStereo on Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:43 pm

:)

It helps keeping things organised... :)

*scrutches the mousie's ears, then returns to whatever she was doing*

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