Harry Potter and the Chamber of Calculus
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Algebra
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Theorem
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Analysis
Harry Potter and the Order of Operations
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Statistician
Harry Potter and the Deathly Algorithms
OH MY FUCKING GOD
AND THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS
I’m in Dumbledores math club…
More like Harry Hypotternuse.
You’re a mathemagician, Harry.
Axolotls for some containers. Trying to add in more axolotl items since they seem to be really popular. #handmade #polymerclay #miniatures #axolotl #wip #tampabaycomiccon
A super girly and peppy blonde girl who wears bright pink dresses and skirts everyday is best friends with a quiet goth girl who of course sports all black clothing and big lace up boots. Someone jokes and yells to them “Hey look, a fairy and a vampire!” The blonde turns around and flashes a fanged grin and says “She’s human actually.”
This has been done before, I’m sure.
Alright so I finally got a PayPal account, so I can reopen commissions!
Just a few things to be aware of:
- I am only accepting payment through PayPal at the moment. No point commissions. (I will give my PayPal email when prices and deadlines are confirmed)
- When you do pay, make sure…
your-night-valian-radio-host asked: [Maybe looking too deep into this, but what if Desert Bluffs represents society today? Like how everyone needs to be 'perfect' with a smile, how society tends to ignore/not focus on all the horrible stuff that happens around them (hence no eyes), and how society thinks 'disabled' people are 'broken' and 'need to be fixed' (Kevin describing Janice). And Night Vale is like the opposite, where homosexuality is fine, bad things are acknowledged and accepted as part of life, and nobody is 'broken'.]
Ahh yes, well, isn’t Desert Bluffs a metaphor for capitalism? Like, the corporation (Strexcorp) ruling over all in the guise of being helpful, kind? And the Smiling God represents how religion takes precedence over all, even though it probably shouldn’t. And Night Vale, despite the obvious horror and deliberate murders, is the ideal town in terms of lack of discrimination? Isn’t it funny how we prefer Night Vale, with it’s crooked justice system and liking of casual murder, because it contains ideals we can only dream of?
While I think both ideas are great and totally plausible (after all, there is no real answer) they only partially match up with mine. In a way, mine might be overly literal (the logos have a sun and a moon). The way I’ve always perceived the Night Vale/Desert Bluffs dichotomy is this.
Desert Bluffs is your normal, waking and walking life. Bad things happen and you pretend they don’t. Hate abounds, but most pretend it doesn’t exist. “Misfits” are an anomaly to be ridden of. Like your-night-valian-radio-host said, many hide behind a smile in public. Like sexybaldwin said, capitalists and religion control our lives.
Night Vale is the opposite, your life at night. When you’re alone in your house, there is no one there to hate you. You’re never a misfit if there is no comparison. Your fake smile disappears when there is no one to see it. When you’re dreaming, you don’t question your actions or the actions of other. sexybaldwin’s “casual murder” isn’t questioned. Like the glow cloud, everything simply is.