(Note that this was pretty casually done, in drunkness as well)
The "Under the Microscope" series needed to faff off and wither away sooner. I'd actually give it 5 out of 5 stars, but unfortunately, stars ain't made of toilet chocolate. So here is something new, maybe I'll make it go on, under the macroscope. By the way, before I begin, what is a microscope? The f-ing wrong tool for something macroscopic - something you can see with a macroscope. Oh, and also, I'm not looking at it downwards, nor will you be reading this downward (probably), so "Under the Microscope" is definitely a misleading name. Going on.Analysis 1/?: Clan NameThis is the macroscope I like to use. I have a spare, just in case. I'd be blinded by rage if I lost my only macroscope.
First, let's analyse the official name of the clan, what Warlight's system has it as.
I'm not too liking it, frankly. Why all caps? Sounds like you're too doltish to find Caps Lock. "Dark" is a faff overused jargon now; just use "Night" instead? This man is a minor British former politician named Peter Mandelson. However, he was commonly known as the Darkness's Prince until he became a nobleman in 2008, thence he was known as the Dark Lord.
But then, the second bit of the name - LORDS. Why've'you got to do that? You just really deflate the word "lord" here, and it's not even deflating already, like "unbelievable" (think about something that you do not think happened - that's unbelievable to you - not just something that you really hate or love.). There is only one lord. Wait, what am I saying here? I speak in the tongue of the British - they've got their whole Lordhouse or something like that. Well, I've only one lord - Fizzer."Fizzer" was a major computer virus in 2003. shh...but i think kidnapped 700 polish and belgians to use as warlight slaves is why you see so many polish belgians
Wait, what'm'I saying? Oh yeah, the English tongue - it's weird. So I looked up the roots of the word "lord". As it turns out, it really means anyone who's bread. Now that's linguistic inflation
- go from a poorman who found some bread'n a rubbish bin to a, well, lord? Although I guess Lord isn't such a unique thing, since there's a whole Lordhouse in England with 822 lords - any Brits reading this, answer me this: is the Lordhouse much more than apt hobos who found a loaf?Hey you, in the picture, meld me one of those bread embryos into a fucking crown! Oh, terribly sorry, my lord! I deeply regret using such filthy tongue!
Anyhow, the point is, um, yeah, to, no, never mind, the LORDS bit of DARKLORDS is fine other than it's all caps.Analysis 2/?: Clan FrontpageStill working on it, just what is below draft.
First off, let's take a looker at the clan ID - it's 140. I don't think that's a particularly special number. Some do. I don't know anybody though who does, so they can be considered faffed off without even having been told to. Well, at least it's a ball number, ending in a 10. 9/10 of clans don't have that opportunity. Well, they've no grounds to be whining. Their ancestors before 500 BCE, when they had their clans and identifications, they had no 0. To be frank, they didn't even have the English tongue, either - so in order to live before 500 BCE, these modern whiner piners would have to discard their concept of 0 and learn Sanskrit - yeah, back in my day, there were 0 whiner piners, back in the Sanskrits' day, there must have been a few though, since 0 and anything below 0 were not numbers. Damn whiner piners.There are precisely 0 whiner piners in this picture, painted in 1881. Less than 150 years, and the whiner piners are back.
Now, says here they've 464 members. It's another f-ing boring number, it's not even ending in a 0 or 5. If numbers were for sale at a market, 140 would be much more well valued than this rubbish maths. 464 is a number that you buy in a package of 50 other boring three digit numbers, 140 is a kind of luxury number. Gosh, it looks like Darklords' only good thing so far is that clan ID of 140, and they just got born into that, but when it comes to doing things themselves, they show off that they can keep bread in dark areas. They show off this crap number, too. If that's what they're showing off here, beaming that they can put a loaf in the cupboard, then close the cupboard, and that they made a number out of 3 digits, what'r'you doing in Warlight? I don't think you'll find a sale for number 464. Give that to some poor child that never completed lower arithmetic...ohhh. That's what Darklordio is. That's who the Darklords are. And f-ing Statisticians Clan are hoarding all the maths.Emblem of Soyuz TM-31. The 30th of October, 2000, was the last day of no human presence in space - since Soyuz TM-31 took a crew to the ISS, the ISS has continuously been manned. More importantly, these are all very luxury numbers. 30; 10; and 2000. Could trade those in maybe for a few letter numeral representation, and then you could make a word. Panini had to do the opposite.
The Darklords' link is to themselves. You know how terrible that is for folk who don't like looking at clan pages? It's right terrible. It's like you made the door under the sign that says "Out" not a door, just a fake, painted door on a concrete wall, you arse. Although it's way better than making hologram lifts. There's folk who are arses, then there are arse-arse-ins. Stay away from both.
Penrose family were arses, too. Their staircase. "The exit's right at the bottom of the stairs."
Edited 12/5/2015 06:26:19