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    Corvine's Random Story Place

    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 1:24 am

    The best title describes its contents, even if it's not too interesting. I will be making a story here. As of this moment, I have no idea what the plot or characters will be like. Luckily, there's a style in each section of the arts that goes against the rules of the traditional- such as surrealism, abstract, stream of consciousness, dadaism, and so on. Sometimes these strange or rebellious styles are used to make a heartfelt point or to create meaning in a new way. Other times, people use these styles just to be lazy and/or make money.

    Now let's jump from that almost-related intro to the story.
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    Re: Corvine's Random Story Place

    Post by The Freedom Fighter on November 8th 2012, 1:25 am

    I'm intrigued. Let's see what you've got.


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    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 1:33 am

    The bottom of the ocean remains one of the most mysterious places left on Earth. Much like space, humans are not fit to explore it without building transportation with strictly regulated insides. This is where the story begins.
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    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 1:39 am

    Felix was a lantern shark of his word. He said he wouldn't steal the angler fish's food, and he didn't. He said he would not litter on the starfish, and he didn't. But there was one promise he couldn't keep up: his promise to not become a mutant giant.
    Now, lantern sharks are pretty small. You could grab one with a single hand. This is why Felix thought he would never become a giant. But one day, an unnamed military was testing nuclear weapons in the ocean. Every living thing was trying to hide or swim away from the shockwaves that came from above. Many of them did not make it. Felix had been looking for food and was in unfamiliar territory at this time.
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    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 1:45 am

    Once the explosions started, he had no clue where to go. It's very dark down there. He tried following the bioluminescence of other creatures, but they were all too slow. Felix wanted to hide fast!
    BOOM
    Dozens of tiny fish carcasses snowed down. Felix swam in crazy circles.
    BOOM
    Debris scraped past the jellyfish. Felix swam faster.
    BOOM
    Felix, in his blind panic, swallowed one of the many pieces of radioactive fish. He had to go faster, no time to try spitting it out.
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    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 1:50 am

    BOOM
    Finally, Felix found an underwater cave. At least now he wouldn't have to worry about dodging through the sinking wreckage. He waited for about half an hour, and the explosions stopped.
    Felix's stomach started to hurt, but he ignored it.
    He looked around the area. Things were still floating down, but not as many. He darted between them and decided to keep going forward until things were normal again.
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    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 1:58 am

    He swam past limp eels, swarming shrimp, Keanu Reeves, chunks of metal, and bits of bones. Starting to feel weak, his pace decreased.
    His mind went into a daze, time passed, and his scenery changed to be calmer and calmer. Felix was also getting slower and slower.
    A jellyfish floated by, singing as jellyfish normally do. But Felix couldn't help noticing that it was warping around in shape. It turned more angular one second, and then normal the next. But then it seemed to have a dog's face. As it changed back to normal and then into a mobius strip, Felix thought to himself, "That's strange", and fainted.
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    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 2:08 am

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    And now for these messages! (I might finish that story later)
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    Little boy: Mommy, why do we have to use these faucets that are so super uncool? They're nothing like those Fausome(tm) faucets!
    Mother: It doesn't matter, for God's sake just put out that fire on your hand!
    Little boy: I'll never be a cool kid ...
    -Glass shatters in another room and Fausome-Man jumps into frame-
    -Little boy gasps and puts his hands on his cheeks, catching his hair on fire-
    Little boy: I can't believe it's really you!
    Fausome-Man: Yes, it is I! Fausome-Man!
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    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 2:14 am

    -Fausome-Man hands Little boy a Fausome(tm) faucet-
    Fausome-Man: Here you go! Now you can be cool AND not be on fire!
    Little boy: Oh gosh oh darn, thank you Fausome-Man!
    Fausome-Man: No problem, kid. Now, I must be off, or else I'll be late for-
    -glass shatters again in another room, Foursome-Man jumps into frame-
    Foursome-Man: Did someone call for Foursome-Man's help?
    -Nobody answers. Screen cuts to black.-
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    Re: Corvine's Random Story Place

    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 2:39 am

    Computer screens use only three different colors, in varying intensities, to make all the colors you can think of. Those three colors are red, green, and blue. When all three of these are shown at full intensity, you see it as white light.
    Printers use four colors- cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. If cyan, magenta, and yellow are all printed in the same area, that area will appear to be dark. This dark color is not a perfect black however, so that's why there is the fourth ink color.
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    Re: Corvine's Random Story Place

    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 3:13 am

    Why is the sky blue in the daytime, but black and starry at nighttime?

    It certainly has nothing to do with light passing through the Earth's atmosphere being reflected off of air particles which, like water, makes air seem clearer when you're not looking through as much of it but looks blue when you're looking through very much of it (through all the air above us or through to a mountain in the distance, which will appear bluish if it's far enough away).

    No. Don't be stupid, air is perfectly clear of course. The reason that the sky is blue in the daytime is as follows:
    Sonic. He's not actually a hedgehog video game character, but an amorphous blue deity. They took the likeness of the deity and made a character based on it for their games. The original Sonic (the fastest entity alive) is constantly circling our planet, way up above the clouds. Sonic the Deity is faster than Sonic the Hedgehog. The former can travel at not only the speed of sound, but at the speed of light. It is so fast that it's just a blue blur that appears to cover the whole sky because of how quickly and consistently it is circling the globe at all angles.

    Why can we see outer space at night?
    After so much going fast, Sonic the Deity gets tired. As the sun sets, it gets so tired that it forgets to stay blue and may lapse into an orange, purple, pink, or red color. Once the day is officially over, Sonic the Deity goes to rest in a bush 3.7 miles east of the house of Ellen Degeneres.
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    Re: Corvine's Random Story Place

    Post by Corvine on November 8th 2012, 3:25 am

    Why does Sonic the Deity go so fast all day?

    There is an obscure law of physics which states that if there are more than 12,068 chili-dogs being eaten at one time, the ants will become the next primary intelligent life-forms of the planet and the reign of humans will fall. Sonic is looking to make sure that the number of chili-dogs stays at a safe number. If it starts getting too high, Sonic will swoop down from the sky and steal chili-dogs at random. That is why Sonic the Hedgehog has an affinity for chili-dogs; it's a reference to the Deity.

    If Sonic is a vague amorphous deity, why does it care about making sure humans are safe?

    Because it thinks ants are icky.
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    Re: Corvine's Random Story Place

    Post by Zez on August 13th 2013, 7:25 pm

    Mayhaps Dust Hill?

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