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So now we can infect all of the machines we have access to with billions of trojans and viri all at once!
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I'll have to start that series. The logo is quite interesting. Reminds me of a Celtic knot[^] and the Triquetra[^]. My wife has made a number of stain glass patterns employing those kind of designs, hence my familiarity.
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I remember starting that series years and years ago - unfortunately, Jordan dragged it on and on and on, far past the point where he should have wrapped it all off. The problem was, it always felt incredibly derivative:
Rand al Thor - Paul Atreides
Aes Sedai - Bene Geserit
Invasion of Trollocs - hello, does Helms Deep mean anything?
Band of friends off on different adventures - Hobbits
And so on.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington
Remember that scene in the Hobbit book where the mountain sized men made of rock were fighting for some unexplained reason and throwing skyscraper sized boulders at each other? Me either, but luckily it's in the new movie.
They actually talk about them in the book but they extended it for the movie.
There they were sheltering under a hanging rock for the night, and he lay beneath a blanket and shook from head to toe. When he peeped out in the lightning-flashes, he saw that across the valley the stone-giants were out and were hurling rocks at one another for a. game, and catching them, and tossing them down into the darkness where they smashed among the trees far below, or splintered into little bits with a bang. [...] They could hear the giants guffawing and shouting all over the mountainsides. [...] "This won't do at all!" said Thorin. "If we don't get blown off or drowned, or struck by lightning, we shall be picked up by some giant and kicked sky-high for a football." [...] As they passed under the arch, it was good to hear the wind and the rain outside instead of all about them, and to feel safe from the giants and their rocks. The Hobbit, Chapter Four, Over Hill and Under Hill