Watching. Commenting. Blending in with the wallpaper.
So… I guess I’m trying the Tumblr thing again?
I really appreciate her rage.
I lost my love for Scarlett sometime after Eight-Legged Freaks, but stuff like this has had me jumping back on the love train for the past year.
For those of you who have wondered as hard as we have how we came to get this Indiana Jones journal: we have our solution.
As some theorized, this did turn out to be the work of “Ravenbar” (real name: Paul, from Guam) on Ebay. After several days we were able to get in touch with Paul, who confirmed with us on Saturday that this was, indeed, his work, but that he did not know how it had gotten to us. Paul contacted us late yesterday to let us know that he had just received a letter (originally we were baffled as to how he got mail on a Sunday, but then we remembered time zones exist) from the USPS sorting service in Honolulu, HI (from a guy who, coincidentally, is also named Paul) stating that the outer package of something he had mailed had been found without its contents at their facility.
According to Paul, this package was en route from him in Guam to his intended recipient IN ITALY (registered mail confirmation attached) when it must have fallen out of the package in Hawaii. Our address had originally been put on the manila wrapping of the journal just for cosmetic effect. We believe that the post office wrote on our Zip code on the outside of the package and, believing the Egyptian postage was real, sent it our way. From Guam to Hawaii en route to Italy with a stopover in Chicago: truly an adventure befitting Indiana Jones.
Paul has graciously let us know that he will make the intended recipient a new journal, and that we are welcome to keep this one— thanks, Paul! It will find its home either in Oriental Institute at UChicago because, as many have noted, “It belongs in a museum!”. We will post a link here when its exhibit is finished— we hear they’re working in some neat history about the men who inspired Indiana’s character, so it should be way cool.
Thank you to all who have emailed tips or ideas about this document— we appreciate your sleuthing on our behalf! We will now return to this Tumblr’s regularly scheduled programming: providing cool UChicago facts to prospective students. We look forward to welcoming our first members of the Class of 2017 when they receive admissions decisions from us on Tuesday afternoon.
The upside: Almost everything in this story.
The downside: It’s a tad concerning that the USPS couldn’t tell the stamps were forged.
Female Fantasy III
Created by Julia Lepetit & Andrew Bridgman
I agree with the point of the comic, but still stand by saying that FF III is a horrible game and if you want me to play it with you I will refuse
>Play FFIII with you
Implying FFIII is multiplayer.
Implying any of FF I-XIII (at least to the best of my knowledge on VII-XII) are multiplayer.
Final Fantasy XI is an mmo. And it is possible to play normal FFs together with one person controlling and the other there helping.
My brother and I played FF multiplayer all the time growing up. You can assign character positions to controller two, and we got along just fine. Jerks.
Reblogging for this magical commentary.
… still use the .go.com in all their domain names?
Is there some secret power behind using it? It seemed like a bad idea back in the 90s, yet they’re still using it. It’d make so much more sense to not have it there.