Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

Libby Sk8er Girl

No. 140: “Pumpkin Pirates”

Libby Sk8er Girl No. 140

Created by Brian T. Sullivan
November 1, 2023

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Oh, you think that it being November now means that Halloween doesn't matter? Or, you think being a pirate means you don't care about Halloween? Well, let me tell you something: Halloween always matters, especially when you're a pirate! At least, that's my opinion, and as the super-amazing captain of the DVD Ripper, my opinion is the right one under all circumstances. 100%

Speaking of opinions, it's my opinion that Brian should get his sleep straightened out, because I'm sick of this and Polarnoids being all he does. I mean, how are people supposed to discover me if there isn't other stuff out there advertising me? And why does Brian's sleep affect this, you ask? Well, it's all because when your sleep is messed up, you aren't as productive as your hyper-intelligent fictional character wants you to be (that would be me…I'm the hyper-intelligent fictional character). So, if you want Brian to get his sleep straightened out, tell him by buying some merch from Ye Olde Starry Knight Shoppe. It's easier to sleep when you know people have shirts to wear and shower curtains to hang.

On a different note: You know the Tron movies, how they have these sentient beings that are technically computer programs in the computer world? You know how in the computer, they have vehicles and other machines, like light cycles and solar sailers, that they use? Are those machines also programs? If so, what makes it so a program gets to be a person versus an object of some kind? I mean, in the first movie, there's a program played by the guy who plays Londo Mollari in Babylon 5, and he's, like, an accounting program or something, so it's not like you have to be super glamorous or anything to be a person program…Also, are there computers on the Grid (I just remembered that that's what the world in the computer is called)? Could those computers-within-computers have their own Grids with computers-within-computers-within-computers? How far do the computers go in this recursive nightmare?

Maybe this is why Anna Log doesn't do stuff with computers…

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