Thursday, February 25, 2010

Any portal in a storm

It is not often that one finds a time portal in the back yard. Imagine our surprise at "Riddled" when that very thing happened. It must have been there a while judging by the bric-a-brac that has collected on it. A nice line in relics opens up with the bit of cross there, next to the robot of the future head. It's good that the instructions are written on the floor in the diagram although that could just be the original plans for baseball. Smut has suggested that I render myself unconscious and fall through the portal so that any radiation doesn't kill me but I'm quite busy and can't spare the time.
The flags look pretty, don't they?

9 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Make sure you take your blueberry with you so you can send us news from the future or the pasture.
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Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

I had no idea that the Aperture Science facility was in New Zealand. Come to think of it, the protagonist of Portal did have a Maori look about her.

Another Kiwi said...

Oh yeah Thunder, what if it's Strawberry Fields? Sheesh!

Substance McGravitas said...

It is not often that one finds a time portal in the back yard.

Or all the time.

mikey said...

Aha! None other than Another Damn Kiwi is killing Hadrosaurs in the name of recreation.

Shame...

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Aha! None other than Another Damn Kiwi is killing Hadrosaurs in the name of recreation.

He's not killing them for recreation- he's incorporating them into his Large Hadrosaur Collider.

FOR SCIENCE!

Jennifer said...

Here's hoping all Kiwis stay tsunami-free.

Smut Clyde said...

We had plenty of warning and no shortage of high land. A couple of beaches have been evacuated.

The portal is clearly the golden-proportioned doorway whereof Philip Dick wrote, leading into true reality. I am surprised, though, that it seems to be constructed out of telescopes.

Another Kiwi said...

No danger of wet feet here.BUT you would not believe the traffic jam as we trying to go down to the beach to see if we could see the wave. Sheesh people are inconsiderate