31 August 2010 @ 09:24 am
Damn it, I'm trying to redeem myself here!  

First everyone I put on my list gets all uppity about it.  Now when I wish to apologize for some blatant mistakes that I made with it, no-one turns up!  

Asuka Soryu and Nena Trinity, I'm still waiting for you so I can start a 3-way video conversation.

And Kaylee Frye, Rinoa is very patiently waiting for you so that a 3-way audio conversation can begin, so please get your (undoubtebly very fine) ass online!

Oh, and cadet Wally B. Feed, the main reason this requires a new entry in the comm is that I'd like you to report to me as well.  I have something very important to tell you.

(Why wasn't I on that blasted ghost ship?  Things would have been so much easier that way.....)
Current Mood: aggravated
18 August 2010 @ 11:00 am
[Accidental video]  
M-my monocle! Where did you go?
[The video opens to Wally fumbling around his room, feeling around for his monocle. Which is slightly to the left of where the video feed is going on, on a small table. There's also a crapload of maps hanging from the walls, but that's what Wally's like, man. He loves those maps.]
I hope it didn't get stolen from here -- that would be terribly bad luck. Maybe I could ask my next-door room-mate for help, but then I may step on it... and I lack money from this time period to replace it.
[He then trips, onto his bed. And starts sobbing a little.]
09 August 2010 @ 05:03 pm
My training for Mr. Brannigan is difficult, but I still believe I can finish it. It had been an interesting experience, at the very least.
But that is not what I am writing about today. No, I have discovered something which is horrifying to me in this future.

I suppose I'd call it a GPS, as that seems to be the name of it. It is powered by the forces of electricity, and is as souless as any mass-produced map. What happened to the lovingly-crafted maps of my time? It's depressing to know they'll fall to the wayside, for the convenience of mass-production.

Knowing all of this, I wish to extend my map creation skills to the community. A good map should not just get you from point A to point B -- it should take you on a journey without you leaving your room. I don't wish to brag, but my maps were some of the most popular in the Tri-Island area. That may have been because I was one of the few cartographers willing to journey around the Carribean to map everything in detail, but it still stands.
30 July 2010 @ 02:05 pm
Excuse me, community.
Can anybody lend me a 'world hop'? I need to get to the year 3000, to meet with Mr. Brannigan.
Current Mood: hopeful
22 July 2010 @ 10:29 am
[Text, Introduction]  
...This book isn't the one I wanted. It doesn't have anything on escaping tropical islands, unless ducks are an essential part of escape. I suppose I should have expected as much from a store full of monkeys.
And now that I've written in it, I can't return it.
It may make good fuel for the fire tonight.