There's this entire Twitter genre of historical-explainer threads that are _very slightly_ wrong, not in any substantive ways, not in ways that change the essential point, but in "someone half-remembered or half-understood this, but is good at storytelling" ways.
And what does this mean for me? Nothing. I nod and pass on by. Forget it, Jake, it's Twitter.
Hey so I am obsessing (OBSESSING) over this comic. It feels like what I love about Mignola's work, with a softer humanist edge. The creator cites Miyazaki as an influence, too.
Apparently there's a print version of it in the works, so gonna get that when I can.
Just typo'ed a servername while reconnecting to an IRC channel, and accidentally put in libera dot net instead of the correct dot chat, and you wouldn't believe where I found myself: Back on Freenode. Who've apparently secured that domain, and are using it to try to trick people back on to their services.
I really need to convey the shape of the hull here. Constitution doesn't have a lot of tumblehome, but this looks like a floating brick.
Dangit, I wrote a whole caption for that image and it seems to have been swallowed.
A tall ship bearing down on the viewer, in simple line art. Three jibs, fore course, fore topsail, and fore topgallant visible, with the edge of the main sails visible. It's supposed to be a frigate, but you can't see the mizzen, so you might think it's a brig. A pennant flies from the foretop.
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