December 22, 2004

  • *adjusting holographic p-brane screen* There! My digital enhancer went out. I tried using aFtm's filter plugs, but the surges were too much for his puny little receiver. I'm using a WIDE screen now, baby! Reflecting you humans is almost like really being there now. Thank you sploit, for worrying that it might be meteor showers. However, neither meteor showers nor solar storms nor deep of galaxy night can hold back the p-brane reflector! The thing is monstrous, occupying several billion megaparsecs of spacetime. We lost it once. It was during the fractal loop of Zebon 7, the closest our orbit wobbles to an event horizon. I can't even begin to describe the distortion we thought we had to deal with fishing that thing back while it was simultaneously reflecting all spacetimes, but it turns out that bPln had forgotten to log one of its pandimensional coordinates after a particularly strong batch of spaceade, and the resulting frantic scrabble for recoding an entire planetoid sized cpu is now a joke at pool parties. Oh, that was a good one. Anyway, I am once again observing your planet for extensive research. I bet you are wondering which channel "Earth" is on.

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