Why is it always pears? Whenever anyone parodies Apple they never use more mainstream fruit, it’s always pears or pineapples or something like that.
All other fruit are basically different colored circles.
i vaguely remember seeing a pineapple
There was an Apple ][ knockoffs called the Pineapple and the Apricot back in the day.
Have you ever tried to take a bite out of cherry?
I distinctly remember seeing grapes somewhere
There is Actually a Pear OS, It’s a version of Linux designed to look like (and somewhat function like) a Mac
I used a banana one time :3
So Thomas’ email address is firstname.lastname@example.org? Nice :)
Betweenfailures (a) hotmail dot com to be precise.
and Nina’s is NinaAnneGrace (a) hotmail.com? LOL :D
If I e-mail them… will they respond?
“If you build it they will come”
“Suction cup cats that stick to your car windows”
Huh, she’s emailing him a TXT but her emaily program says it’s an Office document.
Oh hey, that flips the DOSism that .doc was almost always plain text.
It’s annoying trying to browse DOS files on Windows. :) I used to put Notepad shortcuts everywhere for drag & drop, but now I tend to use command-line tools ported from Plan 9 From Bell Labs.
Huh. She looks more elfin out of uniform.…feels weird using ‘elfin’ instead of ‘elven,’ even when it’s correct.
They were all starting to look elfy the past few pages.
a 948kb txt file… that’s 970,752 characters… with an assumed average word length of 5 characters per word (make that 6 with spaces, and 6.4 with occasional punctuation like periods, commata and indicators for direct speech), that’s… 151,680 words. Damn, girl. That’s not a fanfic, that’s a novel.
Maybe it includes a lot of ASCII art.
What is it about Nina that is so damn attractive? Honestly! You know how to draw a woman, Kudos. Much Kudos indeed…
No CC for Brooksie or Carol? Sadface. Though perhaps she wants to see Thomas’ reaction before letting the other two read it?
Every time I see the phrase “Let’s see what happens” I think of the Miles Vorkosigan series.
I feel like Peter Griffin, pointing out a self-plug in a movie theater.
“Ahh! He said it!”
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