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But that wouldn't have any significant connection with "Time" that I can think of, except perhaps in the sense of "doing time." So I wouldn't expect that to be it.

I've been wondering if the point of the comic is about becoming more self aware of the amount of time spent pondering things which are ultimately trivial in our lives and that we have no influence over.

I've had a look back at the songs and didn't spot this one, although it's quite possible that I missed it. )Many Outside distractions have kept me away too, but inspired as always by Blitz Girl, I determined to catch up on the needle-pulled thing.

May I humbly suggest a hymn for the religion: Give me that old Time religion, Give me that old Time religion, Give me that old Time religion, It's good enough for me! The chief distraction had to do with Time, as they understand it on the Outside. As another old song has it, cambia, todo cambia, but I couldn't help missing the apparent, if possibly illusory, simplicity of the One True Comic.

Some of these HTML5 features feel rather unnecessary. Seeing the world in a sandcastle, and eternity in 30 wrote: I hadn't thought of a violent server coup occurring behind the scenes, I wonder if future comics will praise the singularity and the hobby of killing all humans /Checks the notes of the humming in today's comic to see if they play "Still Alive" or "Want you gone". ) and the official hymn -certainly someone proposed before me- his opus "time" : And it's time time time And it is time And it's time And it's time time That you love And it's time time time For those that have not already you should check the rest of the lyrics. IF it's supposed to loop, and loop at that point, I suspect that Cueball and/or Megan will finish the sand castles off with a Godzilla v. Machine where he goes to the future and finds an insane new civilization. She's currently doing an homage to Snoopy sleeping on his doghouse. bigcrag92 wrote: Ladies and gentlemen of Thing that keeps slipping into the future. It's not One True Comic, it's Multiple Fictional Comics! " Added: Of course, the rest of the poem would fit very well with the theme of the comic, and the possible medium that Megan and Cueball might be working with. If the sea really is "big", then tidal forces are almost the only possible culprit for such a water level rise.

I still prefer the original: To see a world in a grain of sand And a heaven in a wild flower, Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,and eternity in an hour. This relates to the Time theme by bringing to mind the lines from the Steve Miller song. The votes have now been counted, we be proud to announce the annointment of the first timewaiter pope: Pope Helper the first. But, given how clueless these two are, maybe they're misjudging the size of the sea.

The strings are the comic, the trumpet is our search for meaning, and the flutes are the wondrous (Ives would say silly, but I disagree) cacophony of our attempts to understand. v=tb Ar UJBRRJ0There are a couple of songs related to Time around this thread, and I suddenly remembered this: And now the choir will lead us in the hymn O Lord, please don't burn us, Don't grill us or toast your flock, Don't put us on a barbecue, Or simmer us in stock, Don't braise us or bake or boil us, Or stir-fry us in a wok. So of course, this is the Time for another song reference, just to add more work for our mixoligist! You can click the green " Follow" button in Spotify to get updates as the playlist grows, and use Cat Hectic/cathexi's profile to suggest additions or ask for an invite to be a Collaborator on the playlist.Compiled by mittfh; contains different versions of some songs, and some not available on Spotify (conversely, some songs on Spotify or in the master playlist below aren't available on You Tube).You can click the "Subscribe" button to follow this version of the playlist as it grows. anyway, wanted to share a song about sandcastles: almost looks like a reasonable end, with the "punchline" being something about how he's built himself into this sand castle, and now has no idea how to get out of it without destroying it.There is a time for everything,and a season for every activity under the heavens:a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to embrace and a time to build sand castles. I have been watching this since the first or second image... Perhaps with a moral somewhat similar to Simon & Garfunkel's "I Am A Rock".

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