Time and Scott Sigler
As we all know, Scott puts his podcasts out on time, every time. Never late, ever. But I do get the itches when there are more the 7 days between the podcasts. So where does this go wrong? Scott puts his podcasts out on time, he says so himself. Then it occurred to me; Scott is a deity, and so he has a different view of time and space then mere mortals, such as I am. This seems a good explanation to me, but please mr. Sigler, do confirm is my beliefs in you are correct.
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Re: Time and Scott Sigler
I think he just likes to sit back and watch his subject squirm before injecting us with the next dose.....
"It's ON TIME when it's DONE" * It's all about the Numbers, my friends The Math god
Whether he delivers on time or not, its out of his control, as Nostradamus pointed out: The hairless one will rise in the west He will ride an iron horse and thousands will follow him The masses will listen to his every word Sometimes on time, sometimes not so much
Wasn't there once a 4 week time span where we went without our hit of Sigler during the bloodcast (in between The Great Snipe Hunt). "The spread of evil is the symptom of a vacuum. whenever evil wins, it is only by default: by the moral failure of those who evade the fact that there can be no compromise on basic principles."
Indeed he 'originated' in the mid-west, but he didn't start to gather his evil flock until he lived out west, ergo his 'rise' to power. Then again, maybe he's talking about that guy that plays Lex Luthor on Smallville. Prophecy is notoriously hard to interpret, you know.
yup anything to keep the dogs at bay * It's all about the Numbers, my friends The Math god
UNTIE!! * It's all about the Numbers, my friends The Math god
I'm completely oblivious to time (as some of my own listeners might say)... I prefer to cut through space and time with Hiro Nakamura - I find it lessens my Junkie withdrawal symptoms in between Scott's always-on-time episodes. ------------ KnitWitch http://www.knitwitchzone.com
Siglerday, Goreday, Egoday, Killhuchinsday... theres like thirty more but I don't know them all. "The spread of evil is the symptom of a vacuum. whenever evil wins, it is only by default: by the moral failure of those who evade the fact that there can be no compromise on basic principles."
there were once talks of making days 26/28 hours and only having 6 days in the week. Methinks Sigler might have been behind it. Omitting the shorter week length. Sigler wanted 10 day weeks, but then he realised that he still needed 1 more day name, he had scottday and siglerday. Then he realised that being later than 10 days makes angry junkie hordes become angrier and more... hordier. Not that scott is EVAR late... But for insurance purposes, they need to know these things.
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