September 29, 2014   1 note

Challenge #00630 - A265: Corrupt File

C:> Cannot find Reality.sys. Universe Halted.

There was no other word for what was happening than Glitch. People went to sleep one colour and woke up another the next. And frequently with a change in their social status and standing.

And it wasn’t just their colour that changed. There were all kinds of alterations. People would go to sleep as a man in a mansion, and wake up as a woman in a slum.

Buildings began to show segmentation faults. Infrastructure literally crumbled.

Death rates skyrocketed. Chaos and outrage abounded. People tried to stay awake, hoping that that would prevent the changes, but their world simply altered around them anyway.

When analysed by the intelligent, it seemed to be a very specific kind of chaos. Those in power -and who were arrogant about having it- found themselves on the bottom rung of the social ladder. Everyone stayed within their own country.

The abusers found themselves at the hands of their former victims, staring up at themselves in absolute terror.

God, they said, had taken matters into Hir own hands.

Survivors fled to untouched areas, trying to find solace in what little was unglitched. It was the end of the world as they knew it.


The tutor had come to peer over hir shoulder.

"Yhvh…" the tutor sighed. "There’s a reason why I only gave you one planet. And this is it. Just look at the overall mess you’ve created. None of their infrastructure is going to hold."

"But they weren’t following my rules," Yhvh complained. "Even when I completely revised it to one rule and stopped doing so many miracles, like you said."

"I see you’ve been messing around with the root code. Did you save a backup before you did that?"


"You wanted them believing in you again, didn’t you?"

"Uuuuhhhhhmmm… maybe?"

A groan. “Yhvh… you really have to learn that the best interference is the subtle kind. Remember the incidents near the equator? All that smiting? Your heavy-handedness is going to be the death of these beings. What do I keep telling you? Gently. Gently. Gently.”

Sigh. “Yes, Teacher Lusfir…” Yhvh droned.

"Now. Let’s see what we can do to repair this, hm?"

Moaned, this time, “Yes, Teacher Lusfir.”

"It’s a good thing I stopped you before you could bottleneck the population again. Open up the root file and highlight the most recent changes…"

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September 28, 2014

Challenge #00630 - A265: Deep Time Punk’d

A text found on the first expedition by a species to their planet’s nearest celestial body (moon or nearby planet), which explains in perfectly accurate detail how to improve the efficiency of in-system spaceflight many times over.

Appendix A begins “As we know, 2+2=5…”

Five hundred years ago, people had seen strange lights in association with their moon. A light was clearly visible on the surface of the satellite, every time that it became shadowed.

Four hundred years ago, that light went out for the last time, and the lights visiting the moon left. Never to return.

Last year, the planets’ champion - a fine lady by the name of Nyel the Strong - was the first to set foot on that orbiting planetoid in the name of peace and harmony for all.

Today, scientists had cracked the code. The lunar visitors had been prepared for any eventuality. They had left arrows to point the way. The box contained basic pictograms on how to open it and how to read the contents.

The first book unravelled the second, as well as covering some basic elements of science and what the aliens had also thought were basic elements of science. The second unravelled the third…

And while they were learning, they were also testing.

The Grel’ti people leaped ahead. In science, art, and civilisation. They mined their asteroid belts and prepared to go to the stars.

And then they began to decode the Appendices.

"As we know, 2+2=5…"

Five Hundred Years Ago

The aliens had got their data. Who they were was not important. You couldn’t pronounce their names, anyway. Let’s call them Greg, and Larson.

"Wait. So you got them almost up to our level of tech and you put in a fucking math joke?”

Greg chuckled as he sealed the box. “This is such a classic…”

"No, Greg, you are such a shit."

He started etching arrows on the walls and floor, giggling the entire time. “I wish I could see their little faces…”

"…for fuck’s sake," sighed Larson. "You always do this. Every pre-journey planet we monitor, you have to pull this unthought crap.”

Greg continued to laugh. “They are gonna be so pissed off…”

"Someone in authority is going to catch you doing this and then you’re going to know about it.”

"Worth it," laughed Greg.

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September 28, 2014   434,705 notes

Reblog if you will answer LITERALLY ANY anon questions.


come on with your questions anonsimage

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September 27, 2014   2,723 notes

Finally an answer to, “When is it OK for a woman to be blamed for her rape?”

Every two minutes a woman is sexually assaulted in the United States. Rape is one of the most heinous crimes in the world, and yet, unlike any other victims, victims of sexual assault are often asked about their involvement in the crime, as if they were complicit in it. 
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Finally an answer to, “When is it OK for a woman to be blamed for her rape?”

Every two minutes a woman is sexually assaulted in the United States. Rape is one of the most heinous crimes in the world, and yet, unlike any other victims, victims of sexual assault are often asked about their involvement in the crime, as if they were complicit in it. 

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September 27, 2014

Challenge #00629 - A264: You Were Warned

On a warning sign

CAUTION: Eldritch Abominations

The human stopped at the door. “Is this serious?”

"Why would it not be?" said the alien robot. "The Yubshuggoth are a kind people, but their appearance has been known to… cause significant alarm. Some have died from the shock. This is why they use avatars like me."

So what the human do? They thrust open the door and stuck their head inside to see what was so horrible. They backed away from the door, face and hair white, throat strangling out a scream.

The alien robot kindly shut the door and administered a sedative.

"You… never said… they were nudists!”

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September 27, 2014   66 notes


SPG the movie made by Laika.

SPG the movie made by Aardman.

SPG the movie made by Pixar.

SPG the movie made by Christopher Nolan.

SPG the movie made by Edgar Wright.

SPG the movie made by Guillermo Del Toro.

SPG the movie made by Studio Ghibli.

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September 26, 2014   2 notes

Challenge #00628 - A263: Drawbacks of Communication

Well, are we agreed that we will never try to talk to the world ending monsters again?

Yes? Good.

They were in his way. They were there to conquer. Smash! Destroy! Devour!


Crush! Kill! Consume!


The puny human was only a little smaller than him. How? Had they found a way to grow themselves? Were they stealing the Builders’ ways?”

"Hermann, Hermann, look at me. Look. Look, look, look. You’re not them. Think. Know. You know me."

"Drift," he said. The Other was coming. Fighting back. He was slipping… slipping. "You were in the drift."

"I’m here, now, buddy. I’m here. You’re okay. You’re safe. You’re not the monster. Who are you?"

"I’m—" at once a fifty-foot-tall beast of blue blood and blades for teeth… and an underweight, overtall man with a bum leg. He stumbled. "I’m… Doctor…"

"That’s right," big smiles from Newt. Yes. Newt. Doctor Newton Geizler. "Say the rest of it. I know you can.”

"Doctor… Hermann…" Who? Who was he? "Hermann… Got… lieb."

"One more time for the cheap seats, buddy."

"Doctor Hermann… Gotlieb."

"YES!" Huge hugs from such a small man. The monster was just a murmur in his mind.

Someone in the far background set a timer.

"One more day," grinned Newt. "One more day of fighting this stupid damn seesaw… We got this.” He rushed away at his usual frenetic speed. Out of the padded room full of soft furniture, and into the lab they shared. “Come on, buddy, we’ve got fifteen minutes before I start to sink. I’m gonna push for sixteen, this time.”

Gottlieb retrieved his cane and made it to the board. The equations soothed his tangled mind like nothing else. Fifteen minutes, oh yes. Fifteen minutes to try and solve the last problem.

How to cure the two last victims of the Kaiju attacks.

Fifteen minutes, maybe sixteen, and he would be the one reminding Newt of who he was in the Soft Room, away from the other best minds available while Newt believed he was the Kaiju they’d linked with. It was a very Newton solution. Chip it away from the inside.

Gottlieb picked up the eraser and corrected the last, shaky figures of his previous calculations. “Have I ever told you, Doctor Geizler, that I find your incessant optimism… reassuring?”

"Not today," grinned Newt. "Thanks, pal."

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Here it is for all you who couldnt watch it

sorry i dont have any tv recording equipment but i hope this will help you understand some new refrences going around

i LOV ED WEDNESDAY’S FACE WHEN DAVID SAID “GOOD I HOPE WE DIE” om fg no body on this show was prepared for the twins at all

OH MY GOD DAVID HOLY SHIT (hahaha her face she was so confused…)

i dont think the twins were prepared for the twins

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September 25, 2014   18,588 notes
September 25, 2014

Challenge #00627 - A262: What Maketh Man?

From the Wikipedia article on Personhood:
"If alien life were found to exist, under what circumstances would they be counted as "persons"? Do we have to consider any "willing and communicative (capable to register its own will) autonomous body" in the universe, no matter the species, an individual (a person)? Do they deserve equal rights with the human race?"

What the hell kind of question is that? Of course we should! Of course they do! The only time it’s debatable is when the species is some kind of hive mind, and each unit is not an individual but rather the group as a whole! Then, it’s the hive mind that is a person - they are PEOPLE! …why is this something that is worthy of debate?

[AN: This kind of debate is truly ironic when we count corporations as people and anyone brown or identifying female or both as not people at all]

The Cogniscent Rights Committee were having another debate on the nature of personhood.

"So what about the comatose?"

"Oh boy," someone rolled their eyes.

"You find a member of a new species, but they’re comatose or otherwise impaired past the point of conversation. Then what?"

"There’d be other indications of cogniscent life. A ship. A bed.  You expect a new species to just randomly visit another planet and leave their comatose there? No culture would do that."

"Wait two years. We’ll find a bunch of humans who do."

One of the human members of the Committee blew a raspberry. “This is why we insist that exploration vessels are crewed with at least one Melil or some other variety of Esper useful to the mission. They can touch minds and try to find something. Even a comatose brain has memories.”

"Have any of them read a ‘cell’ from a hive mind?"

"That’s standard UFTP training. Yes."

The restrained Counsellor from one of the least-poisonous Greater Deregulations was drumming his fingers.

"What if’n you got a law stoppin’ them from -ah- saying nothin’?"

"Sir, we’ve spoken to you about your planet’s antiquated policies of personhood. Your attendance on this council is meant to be educational - for you. This is so you can reform and revise those laws, not so you can find new loopholes in order to keep them."

"Wimmin weren’t people when I was made, and I won’t reckonize them ‘till I’m cold in the ground!"

"Then you won’t mind exporting them all," said the Representative of Meeyahn. "We’ll buy them from you wholesale. It should be quite a deal."

"Lady Astrofi, the population of Greater Deregulation is already bottlenecked. Are you planning to create genocide by proxy?"

"I merely wish to educate," she purred. "They would soon learn the value of females by their conspicuous absence."

"This is not the forum for such a discussion. Negotiations with Greater Deregulation are still in process."

Lady Astrofi gave a very feline growl.

The Chair tapped their info-tablet meaningfully. “Now. On to the matter of the Faiize. There have been a number of disturbing reports, but this found its way to my in-box this morning…”

The main screen lit up with video feed from a medbay. It looked like every mining station medbay the Galaxy over, but the contents were more interesting. A human medtech was facing down a silver Faiize with a dead Cleaner.

"Broken," said the Faiize. "Doc fix."

"I think it’s BSOD’d," said another human, just inside pickup range.

The Faiize pointed at the cleaner. “Broken. Doc. Fix. Init!”

"Is it… giving me an order?" said the medtech.

Now the Faize pushed the medtech to the dead Cleaner. “Doc fix Cleaner. Init!”

"It is an order," said the other human.

"Init! Hup hup! Moovit! Pronto! Stat!" Now it shoved the medtech’s hands onto the corpse. "DOC FIX!"

"I can’t fix dead," the medtech argued.

Now it faced the other human. Its flat features twisted in pain. “Dave sez medbay fix. Need fix broken Cleaner.”

There was silence as the video ended. “This is not an isolated incident,” said the Chair. “I’ve done my homework on this, and there’s evidence that all the extant Faiize are this intelligent. The only question to be answered is, did Wave of the Future intend to make gengineered slaves?”

"I’d buy ‘em," said the restrained Counsellor for Greater Deregulation.

Everyone else ignored him.

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