Any Lightning fans up north, I hope you're being careful and safe and have power and lots of cold beer. Check in when you get the chance, it's looking kinda weird out there!
Thank you and thanks to those who sent me pms. It feels good to have power back again. We never really get hurricanes over here in North Jersey, but I guess Irene from last year prepared us a little better this time. My family and I survived the storm just fine. We got power back on late last night and my house is unharmed. There's a lot of destruction all over around us and many others are still without heat and electricity, so we are very fortunate. Right now we have family who live in the area who are still without power, so they are coming over to stay with us.
"It's still All In to me dammit." - Felonious Python
Thank you and thanks to those who sent me pms. It feels good to have power back again. We never really get hurricanes, but I guess Irene from last year prepared us a little better this time. My family and I survived the storm just fine. We got power back on late last night and my house is unharmed. There's a lot of destruction in my area and many others are still without, we are very fortunate.
I sort of remember thinking back in the day that The Midnight Society seemed like a bunch of hosers, but I didn't realize how much they were until watching this.
There are several lulz worthy moments, but the plot hole that gets me is that the stick would lead to a pro career in exchange for turning into a (literal) snake. I'm sorry, I don't see a downside. That's like an offer to be a cowboy and also a dragon, or a ninja and a robot.
What's the subtext of this episode? Successful people must have cheated through use of the dark arts, and are, more importantly, classless *******s?
I'm deeply offended, as a hooded snake person, of what this episode implies. If anything, they should be applauding the villain for his commitment to animals. Snakes have to eat, just like anything else, and somebody's got to clean the crap out the bin, of which I didn't see any, so he's not neglectful.
Last edited by Felonious Python: 11-15-2012 at 12:47 PM.