25 March 2010
On the brighter side, that also means I'm very easily amused because my brain is on, like, half-impulse, as opposed to full warp.
I saw this:
And it reminded me of the oh-so-epic intro to "Hitch-hiker's Guide":
05 March 2010
03 March 2010
Your result for Lovecraftian God Test...
The Crawling Chaos
"Nyarlathotep... the crawling chaos... I am the last... I will tell the audient void..." So begins a poem by the same name, written by H.P. Lovecraft himself. Nyarlathotep is the most human-like of the Outer Gods, in fact he often walks the earth as a human. He can appear anywhere in the universe at any time, and as anything. While many of the Cthulhu Mythos' gods are very destructive in nature, Nyarlathotep delights instead in corruption-- sowing evil, discord and madness wherever he goes.