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  2. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    So that one is strictly reserved for Tedd/Grace/Sarah right?
  3. ...and yeah Tedd isn't interested in male on male, but as a female she appeared to have some attraction towards Elliot that she believed would become problematic if she remained female permanently. Feeling attraction isn't enough for starting relationship ... although it is enough for problems.
  4. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    How do you determine what kind of (ocean going) ship a (relation-) ship is? You order the ships and try to map them on some range. Big range of relationships obviously requires quite extreme range in (ocean) ships. Or you wait for someone to post this image:
  5. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    Unless you are entirely at sea, it is all relative.
  6. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    How do you determine what kind of (ocean going) ship a (relation-) ship is?
  7. NP Friday, Aug 17, 2018

    From the previous page's commentary: " Aw, they're good friends." From today's commentary: " Too many people interpreted the Grace-A-Monster versions of Sarah and Diane as just pals. I could not let that stand." I wonder why? And then there's the commentary from Patreon: "And yes, I wanted to make it PERFECTLY CLEAR that those versions of Sarah and Diane were a couple. They kiss, they smooch, they probably do other things, etc. I drew them hugging because I like hugs, but that was clearly not blatant enough, and the record had to be set straight! ...Well, not... Straight might be the wrong word, there, BUT YOU GET WHAT I MEAN"
  8. That's what I mean, Elliot felt the same about Tedd as he did about Sarah, I was mainly talking about how Tedd felt about Elliot... ...and yeah Tedd isn't interested in male on male, but as a female she appeared to have some attraction towards Elliot that she believed would become problematic if she remained female permanently.
  9. This Day In History

    17 August 1498 – Cesare Borgia, son of Pope Alexander VI (Yes, the Son of the Pope by his mistress), becomes the first person in history to resign the cardinalate; later that same day, King Louis XII of France names him Duke of Valentinois. His struggle, and ultimate failure, to maintain rule over lands given to him by relatives and friends becomes the inspiration for The Prince by Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli. 1585 – A first group of colonists sent by Sir Walter Raleigh under the charge of Ralph Lane lands in the New World to create Roanoke Colony on Roanoke Island, off the coast of present-day North Carolina. SPOILER ALERT: This does not turn out well. 1907 – Pike Place Market, a popular tourist destination and registered historic district in Seattle, opened. If you want to catch a fish, they will throw you a 11/2 foot, 10 pound Sockeye. Or they might knock you over with a 3 foot, 40 pound Chinook. 1930 – World Premier of The Wrath Of Harve Bennett. 1943 – World War II: A busy day for the Allies. The U.S. Eighth Air Force suffers the loss of 60 bombers on the Schweinfurt–Regensburg mission. They might want to rethink having bombers without fighter escort fly deep into enemy territory. The U.S. Seventh Army under General George S. Patton arrives in Messina, Italy, followed several hours later by the British 8th Army under Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, thus completing the Allied conquest of Sicily. Wasn't Montgomery supposed to capture the city of Messina? Why didn't Patton stick to the plan? First Québec Conference of Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and William Lyon Mackenzie King begins. Since they were meeting in Canada, Churchill and Roosevelt thought it would be nice to invite the Canadian Prime Minister. At least for the Photo Op. Hail Hydra? The Royal Air Force begins Operation Hydra, the first air raid of the Operation Crossbow strategic bombing campaign against Germany's V-weapon program. 1945 – The novella Animal Farm by George Orwell is first published. Because it was critical of Stalin, nobody in Britain would publish it until after the war was over. But who would believe politics could be dominated by pigs who have their mindless followers shut down all discussion and dissent by repeatedly shouting slogans? 1958 – Pioneer 0, America's first attempt at lunar orbit, is launched using the first Thor-Able rocket and fails. Notable as one of the first attempted launches beyond Earth orbit by any country. It would have been even more notable if it had gotten any where near the moon. 1959 – Quake Lake is formed by the magnitude 7.5 1959 Hebgen Lake earthquake near Hebgen Lake in Montana. And they had just printed all those maps. 1998 – Lewinsky scandal: US President Bill Clinton admits in taped testimony that he had an "improper physical relationship" with White House intern Monica Lewinsky; later that same day he admits before the nation that he "misled people" about the relationship. Did we mention that five hundred years earlier the POPE had several children with more than one woman? 2008 – American swimmer Michael Phelps becomes the first person to win eight gold medals at one Olympic Games. At what point does "success" become "ostentatious"? Also, 17 August is National Vanilla Custard Day. Although I really don't know why.
  10. NP Friday, Aug 17, 2018

    Of course. Then again, this is what I would see as the form that some Uryuoms would want to have.
  11. NP Friday, Aug 17, 2018

    The question is, is the ship a Greek galley or a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier?
  12. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    And possibly without even noticing them. Okay, that would probably take some willful ignoring. But even sailing past them would be enough to give them a lot of trouble.
  13. Not the same pink as the one in the Card Game tournament, but a pink nonetheless.
  14. Patreon Aug 7 2018 - Rhoda-Susan

    I believe, since Rhoda knows less of Susan than Catalina, that this is Catalina's fantasy.
  15. Sometimes, I think it is supposed to be automatic to be posted in double, cause why not?
  16. http://egscomics.com/egsnp/gam-27 Ship from previous page confirmed. Just in case someone would be doubting. Regarding Machamp ... sure, he looks weirder than Grace from front, but if you look at him from back he basically looks same, he just have head lower, like in middle of top arm pecs. He also doesn't have any tails. Luckily, just because it's her third evolution doesn't mean she's high level, because otherwise I would suspect she's more dangerous than Diane and Sarah's Graces combined.
  17. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    Hrm. The USS Nimitz has a displacement of over 100.000 tonnes. It would outmass the Greek fleet all on its own. Granted, "The face that launched a really big boat" doesn't sound quite as good as the bit with a thousand ships. Also, it could easily sink whole Greek fleet. Without firing, just by hitting them. But we were talking just about number, because yes, the bit about thousand ships sounds better. Not speaking about the fact that we already have several helicarriers in EGS fleet.
  18. And I thought it was on the saturated side. *tries to find art file* *fiddles* ... And that is the color of the board? More interesting.
  19. Video Game Discussion 4

    Some of the latest EGS:NP posts mentioned old Greek galleys and compared them to ships o' the line. It brought back happy memories of playing Civilization 2. In one game I was kinda sorta WAY ahead of an opponent technologically. He tried to invade me using triremes. I didn't happen to have any naval units nearby at the time so I responded with cruise missiles. It struck me that this wasn't really a fair match but at least it was over quick. One moment the unsuspecting trireme would be merrily rowing along, the next, BOOM and it was a rather scattered mess of toothpicks. But the merciless march of technology did spare a kindly thought for the poor triremes, I later learned. When you invented nuclear power, one effect of this would be to give all your naval units an additional movement point. In one game I had a trireme lying in port that I had completely forgotten about. When I finally noticed it, I discovered that it had one more movement point than it should have had. It took a few moments before I realised that this was due to my Nuclear Power advance. Of course, that raised the questions of how in the world you could possibly fit a trireme with a nuclear reactor and, having done so, make the reactor somehow power the oars. I'd be really interested in seeing the blueprints for that one.
  20. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    Hrm. The USS Nimitz has a displacement of over 100.000 tonnes. It would outmass the Greek fleet all on its own. Granted, "The face that launched a really big boat" doesn't sound quite as good as the bit with a thousand ships.
  21. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    Greeks had more ships, but they were mostly galleys weighing under a hundred tonnes at most. Royal Navy had lots of large thousand-plus-tonne ships-of-the-line with a hundred or more cannons apiece, and probably each carrying as much crew as ten galleys.
  22. NP Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018

    Hmmm ... at 1812, Royal Navy had over 500 warships ... meaning that it's still less than 1,186 ships Greek had at Troy (I suppose 186 of them didn't cared about Helen). Ok, first step Britain, next step Greek.
  23. There's also this as well, it would seem like Tedd and Elliot's relationship is similar to Justin and Elliot's. Though Elliot had already made his feelings towards Tedd known That link actually CONFIRMS the "worse "as a sister" than with Sarah". He directly compares what he feels to Tedd with what he feels to Sarah. Well, there obviously are certain factors which would make them get together. But I think that just not seeing anyone else wouldn't be enough, and yes the fact Tedd would have problem having relationship with male, even one which is female so often, would be one of them.
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  25. Things you have no idea how to feel about

    Well I figured out why my head hurts. Big honking storm front rolling in. The claim 60% chance of rain, but it's 60%ing fairly hard right now
  26. This Day In History

    I must disagree with your meticulous analysis of history. Have you been to Detroit? Hull was probably under orders to get rid of the silly thing. And while I'm at it for 16 August... 1916 – The Migratory Bird Treaty between Canada and the United States is signed. Now the population of Florida swells six months each year as "Snowbirds" drive south for the winter. 1933 – Birth of Julie Newmar. Meow. 1962 – Pete Best is discharged from The Beatles, to be replaced two days later by Ringo Starr. What ever it was, I'm sure Mr Best is sorry and promises not to do it again if Sir James Paul McCartney would take him back.
  27. Things that make you sad.

    Aretha Louise Franklin March 25, 1942 – August 16, 2018 R-E-S-P-E-C-T
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