Leaning out from aside the tall windows in the ballroom, which were broken by Stove Stove and Continue-chan earlier, you summon and cast a respectably sized fireball. You are set back by twenty mana, leaving you 695 mana remaining. As you make an immediate retreat, you do not see the fireball strike the gazebo. In fact, it does hit, leaving a black smear on the rooftiles but doing no permanent damage.
Enough cowardly posturing! The hour of your ultimate battle has come! You leap outwards, somersaulting through the air, overtaking your earthbound clone and coming within a few tens of metres of the gazebo. "Cassandra! I hereby challenge you to a danmaku battle! Come and face me like a real magical girl, if you dare!"
She exits the gazebo in a leisurely fashion and, still smiling, still holding her cup of tea, ascends to your altitude. "Whenever you're ready," she purrs.
You launch a barrage of tiny, 2cm fireballs at her, in the formation of a henohenomoheji. Of course! Why, you bet she gave up halfway through memorising hiragana - if she ever learnt Japanese at all! This reminder of her own probable failings is truly the epitome of psychological warfare.
Gracefully accept your defeat at danmaku and have tea with Cassandra while making cryptic comments.
Wonder aloud if the right-hand Μ that Cassandra slipped effortlessly past was the one on her right or our right.
Then, when she least expects it, shoot this bullet pattern at her:
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>>256 it makes some kind of sense, but if you don't like writing it's going to be the worst job in the world for you. Have fun!
How do I get started in one of those freelance/self-employed jobs to begin with?!
>>267 with writing, working for content mills is a good way to start out. Most of them pay shit or have asshole editors who will wring you out over a misplaced comma or on subjective stylistic points. Some of them have both. But it's a good way to make quick money and get practice.
Starting a blog and putting up examples of your writing can also be a good idea. You can try to attract clients or make money through pay-per-click ad setups like Google Adsense. The only problem with those deals is that you have to get like 100,000 hits to make anywhere near a decent amount. I see people getting all excited over getting a $30 check from Google for the month. I can't even pay my electric bill with that. The fact is there are plenty of shekels to be had in online writing, but they take a lot of work to get your hands on. If you have a strong handle on SEO, though, it could work out for you.
If you're looking at writing for magazines, I don't know anything about that. It probably helps to have a really strong online presence first.
>working for content mills is a good way to start out. Most of them pay shit or have asshole editors who will wring you out over a misplaced comma or on subjective stylistic points. Some of them have both. But it's a good way to make quick money and get practice.
They generally also mostly want articles written on the most boring-ass topics imaginable, in my experience.
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>>720 disguised a gun as a cellphone, and convinced some teen girl to take a selfie.
>>>720 Made an assertion to Socrates, was unable to back it up with logic and reasoning, and then left him in the cold
>>777 tricks celebrities into joining a vegan religion by parting with a wad of cash.
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Believe it or not, the rosary comes to my aid on these issues as well.
While I'm browsing the Internet, I keep the rosary hanging on my shoulder, with the Crucifix pointing at the screen. It helps me to think that Jesus is watching what I'm doing on the Internet, and as soon as a lewd image pops out, I scroll fast past it so not to upset Jesus and Mary. As long as I have it there, I don't have any problems with lewd or improper material.
Try it, who knows, maybe it will help you too :)
I used to work at an amusement park where they had sesame street characters. One day big bird showed up drunk and puked inside the costume. He got fired. They needed someone to be big bird later in the day. I worked nearby, but not as a character. Somehow they chose me. It's awkward wearing an 8'2", 65lb costume. You look through some mesh in the neck area of the costume. It's hard to see. There's a contraption that comes down from the head which controls the head and mouth. It looks like a bicycle brake on a swivel at the end of a thin rod inside the costume. Squeezing it opens the mouth, turning or twisting it moves big bird's head. Big bird's feet are wide. You're supposed to walk with your toes pointed outwards so you don't trip. It's a lot to think about when you've never been big bird before. I got caught up in how crazy it was to suddenly become big bird. I especially liked opening and closing the mouth and moving the head around. It probably looked like big bird wanted to eat someone. Maybe I should have focused more on doing basic big bird things. Within ten minutes of getting the costume on I accidentally kicked a toddler in the chest. I just didn't see him.
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( E-E) This whole network of boards and people that thrive on being ironic should be set ablaze.
( E-E) Except for me.
( E-E) My irony is cheeky and fun, but everyone else's irony is cruel and tragic.
( E-E) Which... makes it not really irony at all.
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( E-E) Open Source doesn't produce better software, it produces design-by-committee trainwrecks. In places where it's better, it's generally only because the authors genuinely don't expect to make any money, as opposed to being burdened down with DRM/adware/spyware/whatever.
( E-E) As a software engineer working with enterprise bus systems in java, I agree (especially anything with RedHat behind it), but with the caveat that most proprietary software is a design-by-committee trainwreck as well. We just see less of that software because it also happens to be purchase-by-committee.
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( E-E) I have to choose between making a site in ASP.NET/C# or installing WAMP on this windows virtual server... I choose ASP.net/C#
( E-E) I love microsoft windows server edition operating systems. They are easier to setup and have better support than any linux or *bsd distribution (that I have used).
( E-E) Mine has a big sore on the head that looks like the onset of syphyllis.
( E-E) It's actually a chafe from jacking it off too hard. Apparently I'm supposed to rest it for it to heal, but if I go more than a couple days without I start getting really tense and fidgety...
( E-E) That's probably because they are rebranded versions of the desktop OS with a license for more RAM and take no more expertise to set up or run than a home edition copy.
( E-E) I would sooner support ISIS than feminists.
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