Through A Glass Darkly – Page 1013

14 thoughts on “Through A Glass Darkly – Page 1013

  1. Hope you all enjoy this double-sized update.

    Warm regards,


  2. Zona played a lot of tunes during her short interlude on Earth.

  3. SamuraiDemonPuppy

    *snerk* Looks like she played some video games too.

  4. Awwwwwwww. :’)

  5. For once I get to say “Called it” 🙂

  6. I would have thought solo 80’s Windwood would be a little too mellow and modern for Mentls tastes. Looks like I was way wrong.
    It is a Classic song though.

  7. Good job! I was about to go into “Zona withdrawal”.

  8. “Let there be light”. This is beautiful. (Does this ring a bell from Asimov short stories, by any chance?)

    I’d love to take a look at Tula’s explanation of bronze, silver and gold again, but since it isn’t available for the nonce (no hurry, no pressure, JED), I’ll just say – Plafriggingtinum, baby!

  9. wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
    *smiling stupidly at my computer*

  10. . . .Okay, I like this muh better than my own prediction last time.

    Mentl, you done good 🙂

    And Zona, you done REAL good ^_^


  11. This made me so happy! <3

  12. XBOX Smash stupid SHUACH GRAAAAHHHH!!!

  13. @JD: I think you’re thinking of Asimov’s “The Last Question”. The story relates several brief episodes in (future) human history, where people wonder what happens when entropy is maximized in the universe. It ends with all of humanity uploading themselves into a universe-spanning computer, which itself wonders about the same question, just as entropy is maximized. It’s last thought is “Let there be light!”, and the story ends. Presumably the whole universe gets a reboot. Now I’m imagining the big bang happening to the sound of a Mac startup chime 🙂

    — MacGyver

  14. Not exactly the song I would’ve picked for such a moment. I have to admit the _lyrics_ work really well for it, though.

    (“Higher Love” is another of those songs that would’ve been okay had it not been played to death and beyond in rotation back in the day, so forgive me if I seem too harsh on it).

    Also, I’m pretty sure now that ‘Dad’ there is our, ah, ‘friend’ the Manikin.

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