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*goes there, returns* You, ... *blinks out of existence, then back again* really, *blinks away and back again, looks down at self noticing* Wot the bloody 'ell? Frack me! *blinks away, winds up back again standing by @KingPin! * Mate this shite happens once more, floor me. Ah ... okay, well erm ... don't go there, it's a nowhere hole.
Aye! Too blinkin' right I will! Piss off ye tosser!
A nowhere hole is a rare anomaly round these parts, well that is...except for the pit which is full of holes
...wait we thought it was an oubliette? tis true, only if you get the mudslinger badge is there no way out, until then you are free to post here, there, everywhere
abuse it good sir we’d hear it no other way
Mudslinger badge, eh? Damn I'll be stuck here as long as I was in Limbo that one time, whew, what an eternity that was. I'll not get that badge. I cannot be a politician. *unrolls his Unholy Writ contract scroll, reads down through finding paragraph C subsection 2,347 of the Don't Clauses ... points it out that due to a requirement of something called Honesty, he is bound to Don't Be A Politician, rolls scroll back up and tucks it away in the archives under the heading Totally Useless Claptrap*
interesting word politician
poli - polite
Tician - in charge
can you think of any tician jobs that aren’t in charge of something?
Unique locale? Easy. Selecting one that fits in with the murder method and the treasure--thing that villain wants--makes it simpler, and it's also nice to use a familiar one, a place where you've lived or worked. So many pulpateers don't. It sometimes saves embarrassment to know nearly as much about the locale as the editor, or enough to fool him.
Here's a nifty much used in faking local color. For a story laid in Egypt, say, author finds a book titled "Conversational Egyptian Easily Learned," or something like that. He wants a character to ask in Egyptian, "What's the matter?" He looks in the book and finds, "El khabar, eyh?" To keep the reader from getting dizzy, it's perhaps wise to make it clear in some fashion, just what that means. Occasionally the text will tell this, or someone can repeat it in English. But it's a doubtful move to stop and tell the reader in so many words the English translation.
I was considering statistician then realized they're in charge of roughly 99.99% of all lies. Especially ones like the one I am obviously not able to get away with in the last sentence, made up on the spot no less.
Ah, ... ethician. They specialize in ethics. That does not mean they are "in charge" of ethics though.
aesthetician - someone who specializes in the nature of beauty.
technician - someone trained in a skill or ability.
mathematician - a person skilled in mathematics.
cosmetician - someone that applies cosmetics.
None of these cases necessarily infer being "in charge of" whatever they relate to doing. Sure we may "read" these people as such placing them into the category of "authority" which lends to the notion of "they've written about it so must know all there is to it". Funny bit that, authors often write about all kinds of stuff. All they need is some quick "passing knowledge" of a subject. Lester Dent was infamous/famous for this and even says as much in his Master Pulp Fiction Plot Formula.
This makes use of the skill of "faking it until you make it", which nearly everyone that writes any kind of fiction and I suppose some non-fiction use. No one can actually know everything. Could you imagine all the flecks of gray matter we'd be scraping up with a spatula each time someone's brain exploded trying to know it all? Oh no, I shall not clean such mess up, not I.
"Newsflash! Suicide by overdose of knowledge, film at 11 PM locally and 12:00 UTC."
Hmm Id argue you can’t count ethician, mathematician or aesthetician they are specialisations they apply to job later
technician is in charge of the beakers ok ok bit flippant there but everything has to be done right ...they have those skills to generally fix things in their field
And cosmetician is in charge of making someone look the part
optician - is in charge of checking your eyeballs
and you totally nailed the statistician lol
*looks over the menu* Damn it, I totally missed Semantic Arguments being on there. I was looking for the Stuck in Lift Arguments as a desert. Fuck me trying to curb a sweet tooth.
Stuck In Lift Arguments
scene 1 [Fade to a stopped lift interior with two sharply dressed blokes]
"Your fault, you and your damn pessimistic attitude."
"Jolly right, play pass the buck you will. Never accounted for producing all that static, you."
"Look, hit the button for the next floor. I'm sure it's only a glitch."
'You want it pushed you can push it or make me."
"So that's how it is, eh? Fine, have at thee!"
"Oh, I do hope that's your umbrella and your not quite that happy to see me so close."
"What's that you Nancy boy? Couldn't make you out over your full mouth."
"Oh shut up! You started it all by stopping the lift just so you could sling muck."
"I think so, yes."
"Oh you think, huh?" ....
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