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This Has Happened Before March 29, 2010

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Oh hey! I haven’t blogged in ages!

Guess what? I may have just submitted a comment to Ask the Bloggess pretending to be Kara Thrace. Possibly.

Also: Caprica Caprica Caprica FRAK. *spoiler alert*

I watched the season finale of Caprica the other day, and let me just say: Syfy channel, if you do not bring Caprica back for Season Two, I will personally cut off all your balls.

Seriously. Okay. I’m making a list of things I thought about the last episode of Caprica (which was brilliant, just freakin’ cliffhangery!)

-Philomon. You just HAD to frakking kill the only person I liked on that show, didn’t you? JERKS. I was all, “Awwww!” ’cause I was all happy and I thought he loved Zoe even if she was a robot, but then he alerted security which sucked, but honestly, a robot just said it was his girlfriend, so I don’t really blame him. But THEN. Zoe just had to frakkin’ kill him? *sigh*

-I am not accepting that Amanda is dead until I see her dead body. Also, the Caprican (yes, I read the Caprican) said that “Police and rescue workers are still searching for Dr. Amanda Graystone,” so I’m pretty sure they’re gonna be all, “BAM! Not dead! Heh heh heh!” ’cause that’s the kind of thing the Powers that Be do.

-Poor, poor Lacy. She’s now my favorite character since Philomon died. That poor thing. She is one devoted friend.

-Least favorite character: Barnabas. I used to hate Clarice more than anyone on that show, but Barnabas is creepertastic and scary as all get out.

-Keean. Kian? Kean? How the frak do you spell that? Anyway, Lacy’s boyfriendishthing. Ewwww. Evil, bomb-making rascal. I never trusted him.

-Oh no! Joseph’s dead! Well… in New Cap City, anyway.

-I totally thought, part way through the episode, that Philomon would figure out that Rachel was Zoe and the Cylon, and then he would freak out and go on a killing spree and murder everyone on the show. Evidently not.

So those are my thoughts on Caprica. I can has moar Caprica nao plz?

I don’t know if you know, but there’s this website called omegle.com where you go on and you can type-chat with a random stranger that they just connect you to, and I’ve never tried it. It just sounded kinda scary (I mean, their freakin’ tagline is “Talk to Strangers!”), but today I had a bit of an evil idea.

So I went to Omegle and started chatting with random people while pretending I was Leoben Conoy. Don’t worry, Mum, I wasn’t giving away my personal information, I was giving away Leoben’s. Clever, huh? I partly thought up things to say on my own, and partly borrowed some from the episode “Flesh and Blood” where Starbuck interrogates Leoben (thanks, twiztv.com). I got some weirdos wanting to show me their junk (how do you do that on text-chat, anyway?) but I Leoben-style out-creepered them. Leoben can out-creeper anyone. Here are some gems:

You’re now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!

Stranger: but all I feel is STRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANGE

You: he difference between you and me is, I know what that means and you don’t. I know that I’m more than this body, more than this consciousness. A part of me swims in the stream but in truth, I’m standing o n the shore the current never takes me downstream.

Stranger: …right.. :LL:

Stranger: well hi !

You: God is watching you, stranger

Stranger: :L am guessing your religious?

You: brb

Stranger: okay cok

Stranger: *coke

You: Am I? I see the truths that float past you in the stream.

Stranger: whaaaa?

Your conversational partner has disconnected.

Me: (thinking) Good Lord, these people are illiterate as frak!

You’re now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!

Stranger: hi

You: t he difference between you and me is, I know what that means and you don’t. I know that I’m more than this body, more than this consciousness. A part of me swims in the stream but in truth, I’m standing o n the shore the current never takes me downstream.

Stranger: thats cool:

Stranger: .

You: Am I? I see the truths that float past you in the stream.

Stranger: no

Stranger: you dont

Stranger: !!!

You: I have a soul. I see patterns. I know you, you’re damaged.

Stranger: you are wierd

You: I have something to tell you.

Stranger: lovl

Stranger: ok

You: All this has happened before, and all of it will happen again.

Stranger: ok

Stranger: hi

Stranger: ok

You: You have to deliver my soul unto god. Do it for me. It’s your destiny, and mine. And I told you I had a surprise for you. Are you ready? You’re gonna find Kobol, birthplace of us all. Kobol will lead you to Earth. This is my gift to you, Stranger.

Stranger: are you some kind of priest

Stranger: ???

You: brb

Stranger: ok

You: To know the face of god is to know madness. I see the universe. I see the patterns. I see the foreshadowing that precedes every moment of every day. It’s all there, I see it and you don’t. And I have a surprise for you. I have something to tell you about the future.

Stranger: ok

Stranger: ok

Stranger: ok

You: You like oks quite a bit, don’t you, Stranger?

Stranger: no

Stranger: f/m

Stranger: ??

Stranger: ?

You: You are a confusing little person. I will pray for you.

Stranger: ok

Stranger: gay

Stranger: abomanation

Your conversational partner has disconnected.

You’re now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!

Stranger: hi

You: What is your name?

Stranger: whats yours?

Stranger: 😛

You: Leoben Conoy. You?

Stranger: riley grimm

You: You have to deliver my soul unto god. Do it for me. It’s your destiny, and mine.

Stranger: how do i do that?

You: To know the face of god is to know madness. I see the universe. I see the patterns. I see the foreshadowing that precedes every moment of every day. It’s all there, I see it and you don’t. And I have a surprise for you. I have something to tell you about the future.

Stranger: what?

Stranger: that im going to disconnect?

Stranger: good guess

You: Good bye.

Your conversational partner has disconnected

Stranger: i’m 17 m…i want show myself if u are interested

You: You have to deliver my soul unto god. Do it for me. It’s your destiny, and mine.

Your conversational partner has disconnected

You’re now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!

You: Hello.

Stranger: hi

You: What is your name?

Stranger: Pat

Stranger: you?

You: Leoben Conoy.

Stranger: Good name.

You: Now who’s lying? These things happen for a reason, don’t they? I’m looking forward to spending a little bit more time with you, Starbuck we have a lot to talk about ! It’s gonna be fun.

You have disconnected.

You’re now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!

You: Hello.

You: What is your name?

Stranger: Hey. Asl?

Stranger: rachel. whats yours?

You: Leoben.

You: These things happen for a reason, don’t they? I’m looking forward to spending a little bit more time with you, Rachel, we have a lot to talk about ! It’s gonna be fun.

Stranger: yes i know

You: God loves you, Rachel. I have seen it in the stream.

Stranger: oh alrightt

You: You have to deliver my soul unto god. Do it for me. It’s your destiny, and mine.

Stranger: ok

You: See, the difference between you and me is, I know what that means and you don’t. I know that I’m more than this body, more than this consciousness. A part of me swims in the stream but in truth, I’m standing o n the shore the current never takes me downstream.

Your conversational partner has disconnected.

Ahahahaha. I am *such* a nerd.

Awesome: Creeping out strangers under the guise of a fictional character.

Unawesome: Headaches. Blechk.

Word of the Day: Lollygag. What the freak is with that word, anyway? I suppose if you’re gagging on a lollipop you’d sort of lag.

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4 Responses to “This Has Happened Before”

  1. Kim Says:

    This is brilliant; I can’t tell you how hard it made me laugh…

  2. bookwormdaisy Says:

    Awww, thanks, Kim!

  3. Anne! Says:

    You’re hilarious, Daisy. I love you! 😀

  4. bookwormdaisy Says:

    Awww, thank you, Annie Poodle! ❤


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