New player? Sign Up Here
Level 6: 1266 points
Alltime Score: 1549 points
Last Logged In: October 14th, 2014
TEAM: The Disorganised Guerilla War On Boredom and Normality TEAM: Society for the Superior Completion of Tasks TEAM: SFZero Animal Posse TEAM: CGØ TEAM: SØS Brigade TEAM: ARKHAMZERO TEAM: Abby-Normal TEAM: SCIENCE! TEAM: 0UT TEAM: Run-of-the-mill taskers TEAM: The Ultimate Collaboration Team TEAM: LØVE TEAM: Casting Call TEAM: Game of Deception TEAM: DIYvøters TEAM: Public Library Zero TEAM: team cøøking! TEAM: The Society For Human Transition and Continuity TEAM: AK0 BART Psychogeographical Association Rank 2: Trafficker EquivalenZ Rank 2: Human Googlebot The University of Aesthematics Rank 4: Neoplasticist Humanitarian Crisis Rank 2: Justice Society For Nihilistic Intent And Disruptive Efforts Rank 1: Anti

Anti Morte

Death is before me today
Like the recovery of a sick man,
Like the going forth into a garden after sickness

Death is before me today
Like the odor of myrrh,
Like sitting under a sail on a windy day.

Death is before me today
Like the course of the freshet,
Like the return of a man from the war-galley to his house.

Death is before me today
As a man longs to see his house
When he has spent years in captivity.

- Babylonian poem, author unknown

Filked for me by Mister Opinion:

She's Lady Brainmiser
She's Lady Head
She's Lady Parts-Saver
She's Lady Dead

Friends call her Brainmiser
And every head that she cuts
Yields a brain for students to touch
She's too much!

2nd level.jpg
The beginning
Gorey Credits
from the ground
Wrath Thattaway
Random Ribbon

Completed Tasks


Tasks Created


(none yet)


posted by Morte on March 27th, 2009 6:19 AM

You are a far braver man than I...

posted by Morte on March 5th, 2009 6:51 AM

It's a lot of fun, geared towards kids and adults willing to be silly. :P

posted by Morte on March 5th, 2009 6:50 AM

No, it doesn't go off very often, only when I've got the door open for longer than 10 minutes and the outside temp is warm. For some godawful reason, the temp sensor is located right next to the door, so it is very susceptible to fluctuating temp changes due to the door opening and closing. Bad set up, I know, but nothing I can do about it now.

posted by Morte on March 1st, 2009 3:24 PM

There is no roof hatch, I looked. The alarm was going off because of a temp spike in cooler, which happens every time I open the cooler door. And I would have gotten in a lot of trouble because D would see it as poking my nose where it didn't belong and P would see it as a chance to get hurt and being where I wasn't supposed to be.

And precisely, pray tell, how do you *plan* an opportunity? Isn't part of the point of an opportunity that it is unplanned? Not everything in life should be rigidly structured and codified to the nth degree. That would take all the joy out of everything, and is a major reason that D hates me so much.

And I refuse to do so, as well. I knew I wanted to get onto that particular roof and I took the chance when it arose. I see nothing wrong with that.

posted by Morte on February 28th, 2009 2:42 PM

ME: I wasn't upset with anything you said about goths. We are a subculture that parodies itself merely by existing. As to her taking the classes for that reason, well, I guess she paid the money and took the classes to do so, but it's extremely disrespectful if that's the real reason. Although, I would better believe that she was just saying that for the shock value and actually was very interested and respectful of the cadavers.

MO: Screw you and the horse you rode in on. I had to talk the guy into letting me go up. He was not the first time they had been up on the roof in the last two months and this was the first one that would let me go, #1, #2 both P and D were going to be there at any minute so there was a huge chance I would get caught and in a shitload of trouble. And what's wrong with completing praxii if the chance comes up as opposed to carefully planning it out? I thought part of the point of this was being spontaneous and creative when you could.

They do call us, but D had told them to turn the alarm off the day before.