the dhali lhama
& michella strachan
These first few are actually a group that i would like to interact a little with but mainly just sit in on and listen to them carry on a conversation amongst themselves:
- My subconscious, i imagine he would be quite insightful and also theres a few questions i’d like to ask him
- Myself when i was 3, i remember a few instances from this time period where i had moments of clarity that surprise me even now and i’d like to see what i was like back durring a time that i remember little about
- My ideal self, don’t know why but i’d like to meet him on my path to becoming him
- Myself as i am now for the simple pleasure of trying to outsmart myself and possibly see who would win in a fight
These others i’d just like to meet one on one:
5. Julius Caesar, the man behind the legend
6. Catullus, to ***-slap him for writting so many horrible, whiny poems about lesbia and thus causing me to have to translate them in class
7. Solomon, the wisest man to have ever lived, maybe learn a few things from him
8. John D. Rockefeller, quite possibly the richest man to have ever lived, who doesn’t need financial advice?
9. da Vinci, not becuase of the da Vinci Code but because of all the amazing things he designed and/or created
10. Finally i’d like to meet myself from when i’m on my deathbed, to know all the things i’d regreted and have the chance to correct them
Half of the people i want to meet are different forms of myself, and that may be a little conceited but i know so very little about myself and i think it’d be good to learn more.
Also i dont know if you would call what i have written deep, but if you would i’d just like to say it’s a little out of charecter:
this is what you would ussually expect from me, (yes i quoted myself)
Yes ommbalawah, Monty Python is definitely one of mine too.
ol monty python
the good thing about a dream coffee shop is that you can dream yourself a whole new bunch of people the next night
a chat with Japhy Ryder from the dharma bums would be interesting
- Dane Cook. Like me in 400 ways.
- George Bush slaps him
- The person who had the original idea for Earthbound.
- The person who had the original idea for LSD (also known as Lucid Dreaming: The video game. Not really. But that’s what the game is..
- A man from 200 years in the future. A normal man.
- Ray Bradbury
- George Orwell! Of all people, he’s one of the highest.
That LSD game looks insanely cool as well.
Now I’m really intrigued. Where can I get that LSD game?!
sigh Okay, I feel compelled to jump in (as I do whenever anyone mentions LSD)
Simply: You cannot get it, sorry.
Less simply: You could track down a real copy - it was produced once in 1998, released only in Japan, and didn’t sell well at all - or, more easily, track down a ROM from one of the perhaps three websites acknowledging it. The most enthusiastic is probably FacePunch Studios’ recent thread on it, followed by Select Button’s less recent foray into LSD, and then the most comprehensive (and also Japanese) site I don’t know the name of. I’d provide links, but I can’t be bothered now; a quick Google search should reveal all (I mean, it’s not like they’re lost in a torrent of information ).
The game is noted for being:
- Scary - very much so, in a bizarre way that is almost inexplicable, since there isn’t any explicit violence*.
- Hard to get into
- Bad, graphics-wise - as most games were for the PSX in 1998…
OH AND LSD IS NOT A RECENT GAME FOR THE PC IT IS A 1998 GAME FOR THE PSX THE GAME IS NOT FOR YOU IF YOU CANNOT UNDERSTAND THIS SIMPLE FACT excuse me. Enough people expect the graphics to be good and then decry the entire game when they discover they’re not that I felt I had to say this.
I’d tell you about how the game itself works if it were not for the facts that
A) An interesting thing about the game is that it has nigh-endless list of things to show you. Any lists would be incomplete and would not accurately capture what happens in this game. That is to say, the game is confusing as… you get the idea.
B) I’m too scared to play it myself apart from a few dream’s worth when I first got ahold of it. My appearance of expertise on the game sort of shrivels and dies at this point.
And as to not be offtopic, in no particular order:
- My “omega” self - who I will be just before I die
- Both of my grandfathers (unfortunately deceased just after I was born)
- J.R.R. Tolkien
- My subconscious
- Leonardo da Vinci - Just playing Rise of Legends today and was reminded of him. (If you’ve never played RoL before, just ignore it)
- Arthur Dent
*[spoiler]Disregarding the corspes in “Violence Town” and the, ah, events that occur elsewhere…[/spoiler]
I looked into that game a bunch and it looks awesome! I’m going to look in a moment here where to download it. It’s too bad you can only really get it through Japanese auctions. Supposed to be really expensive as well.
It’s downloading, can’t wait to play it! After seeing some videos of it I know it’s a game I will spend a lot of time playing.
Question about it-if you are in the same “level”, does it matter what you touch that decides where you go next, or is it all linear and it takes you to the same place regardless of what you touch?
That was kind of difficult to word.
everyone one from friends, obviously.
Oscar Wilde, because he would be hilarious.
The first (or one of the first) true human beings
Plato, because he would add a sense of profundity. and also the look on Joey’s face every time he opened his mouth would be classic.
That’s a good one. Friends is such a great show.
plus, they’d be there anyway, so I won’t have to go to any great lengths summoning them
Lots of mine are from other people’s posts In no particular order.
- Claudio Sanchez, leader of my favorite band (his hair alone is an inspiration, look him up on Google images and you’ll see what I mean!)
- My current self
- My future self
- My subconscious
- My spirit guide
- A random guy from 2000 (not 200 ) years into the future
- George Lucas
- I have a tenth person but it’s kind of…personal
- Fermat, to see if he really did have a proof
- Andrew Wiles, to see what it is like to prove Fermat’s Last Theorem
- Alexander Hamilton, to get an evaluation of our country’s direction
- Glenn Gould
- Obi-Wan Kenobi
- A certain old friend
Keith Moon is amazing.
Ahh Friends, i LOVE that show! Good idea!
- Karl Marx - let him ecplain then kill him bec. i think communism cant work at all.
- Josef Stalin - “” “” “” “”
- Hitler - let his idea explain and then also kill him bec. he was not good for germany.
- Friedrich Engels - like Marx.
- Che Gueverra - i wanted to ask if the communism was the right for Cuba and the freedom.
- Freddy Krueger - Ask him how i can get control over my Lds and enter in other ND
- Lecter - and have a meal with him (xDDDDD)
- Slug - The rapper from “Atmosphere” - I love his tracks.
- Otto Waalkes - a comedian in Germany
- PAUL THOLEY - It hink you know ^^
This is James in the future! Don’t reply to Lizard King!