||[Dec. 13th, 2006|06:29 pm]
Less than 48 hours left to send me a mission suggestion!
After work on Friday night, I am going to head out with a bunch of
friends to a mountain top town where no cars are allowed, but monkeys
are plentiful, and in an official ceremony, read and choose one of the
missions, then improvise a 17 day journey around India, doing whatever
it takes to solve the mission.
The best suggestions will have nothing to do with India, or specific
places, but will be broad, open to interpretation ideas that will take
me to multiple locations.
To take an example from my "list of things to do before I die", a great
mission suggestion would be "Save someone's life"
It need not be in that vein, but a number of people have said they
haven't sent me a suggestion because they 'don't know anything about
India'. Not necessary.
Send missions to firstname.lastname@example.org
So send away! Want me to solve a groovy mystery? Unearth a long lost
and/or made up relic? Unlock a code that has been hidden before our
very eyes for thousands of years? Send away!
(just don't post suggestions in the comments here, or I can't do them!)
2006-12-13 02:16 pm (UTC)
Hi, Rayan. I've finished translating "The Mystery" comic. So I need more translation copies. The next one was a storybook about Baby Frank, but I'm not sure if it is possible to make copies from it, it doesn't look like a classic comic... more like art, or something... So just decide by yourself. And do as you like. If you will make copies from "The Tag" - it would be OK.
Yeah, I was going to suggest that perhaps if you wanted to translate Storybook, you could just type the translation below each page.
I will get clean copies of "the tag" to you in January (I am just about to leave on my trip!)
2006-12-13 10:43 pm (UTC)
oh, it's Ok. I am also quite busy now...
Mission sent off. I really enjoy your posts, so keep us updated on the haps.
I can't wait to see what happens next!
Yes, before anyone asks, I do have a life; it's just filled with nassssty exams and we hates them! I'm practicing avoidance.
::awaits developments with bated breath::
2006-12-14 03:19 am (UTC)
This picture and comment sure looks and sounds like Jill (Ryans sister)
Whoah. I have a clone?
Or even better - a really cool long-lost brother!
Does Jill live in Canada, too? We should totally have a family reunion right about now.
Hello Rayan. I, too, have sent off my mission suggestion. God help you if you choose to accept it.
By the way, you should learn Hindi.
You should try to date two women at the same time without either of them finding out!
I totally forgot you can't do it if I post it here.
I was looking for ideas for my adventure show, not my siitcom!
2006-12-14 03:16 am (UTC)
damn all them adventurous family vacations!
I think doing something normal and uneventfull would be a new one for you. I know I'm not going to get off that easy though so whatever the hell you conjour up next, be safe, have fun, and don't lose your camera! And remember, it's been a rough year, I can't handle any serious catastrophies.
2006-12-14 07:27 am (UTC)
Re: damn all them adventurous family vacations!
My trip to the crater was normal and uneventful. So was Goa.
It's time to get into some TROUBLE.
(safe trouble, though.)
2006-12-14 02:50 pm (UTC)
It's in the mail, enjoy!