I put a LOL-ed up version of Aeschylus’ The Suppliant Maidens here. It’s even less exciting in the original!
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Or something. I don’t really get how software numbers work, its possible this would be 1.1? Eh? Whatever. I downloaded the Mac version of MS Paint and am now able to layer text with images! So now I have a redux:
And something new in the “that’s really not funny” department:
Hahahaha! OK. I’m considering getting a maenad tattoo actually, but can’t decide placement or which image. This maenad that I have defaced here is one of my favorites but obviously she has no body and I kind of want a big piece, full body, dancing, etc. I might have an artist do some sort of composite image. I’m also considering getting an apotropaic gorgon head behind my ear, although I’m starting to have less faith in the gods as I totally poured libations while drinking wine and studying Greek last night and I definitely don’t think I did so well on my quiz today.
In other nerdy classics-related news, these shoes! I must have them.
Holy crap was that bad. John thought it should have been called Underworld: Prevolution. Either way, wow was it horrible. The Onion AV Club gave it a D+ (or, as it is commonly known, a “gentleman’s F”) and I agree except for the + part which can only be justifiable because of Bill Nighy’s presence in the film.
At any rate, I’m starting a new tag on the blog. I think something the internet is sorely missing is the phenomenon of lolcats as applied to the classics. So I am going to remedy this. I’m calling them lolgreeks because lollenes or lolchaeans didn’t seem quite as good.
Perhaps everyone else is over lol-ifying everything but to me it’s very amusing. I’m hunting down a bunch of ridiculous images for my classics class, so I’m sure I’ll have a lot of pretty righteous material for this project. I have no idea how to layer text onto images so they’ll most likely be pretty basic.
Tomorrow I’m going to have to do some pretty epic studying for Greek, I guess we’re doing deponent verbs and -mi verbs, but first I think the syllabus calls our next project “Principle Parts Extravaganza” so that should be fun. So I’ll be reviewing my principle parts of lots of exciting verbs.
Oh snap, maybe I’ll do some lolgreeks in Attic Greek. Can the world withstand the awesome?