Functional Friday: Texan Caesar

11 Mar

Texan Caesar, from Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/amzy_yams/3760127347/Today has been filled with a flurry of urgency, and, to top it off, I’ve been forced to abandon the content I’d intended for this afternoon’s post.

As such, I thought it would be a good time to do a little housekeeping.

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Flash Pulp Stats

Episode Count: 139
(In 139 AD Marcus Aurelius was named Caesar.)

Total Run Time: 20.3 Hours
(Seven hours longer than Berlin Alexanderplatz.)

Average Run Time: 8.8 Minutes
(Unfortunately, 8.8 was the magnitude of earthquake that hit Japan today.)

MP3 girth: 1.37GB
(It would require 2019 3.5″ floppy disks to hold it all.)

Most Popular By Region: Texas
(According to wikipedia, the name Texas derives from táyshaʔ, a word in the Caddoan language which means “friends” or “allies”.)

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There’s a small chance that tonight’s script will be rejected by my accomplices, (it deals in some ways with themes familiar to the “banned” episode of the show,) but I think the odds are slim.

Otherwise, things will be posted at the regular bat-time, on the regular bat-channel.

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2 Responses to “Functional Friday: Texan Caesar”

  1. bmj2k March 11, 2011 at 19:35 #

    I’m sure this is cold comfort, but the earthquake was reported by ABC News as 8.9. therefore you can probably assume you had no involvement.

    Not to make light of the tragedy but by a coincidence my brother booked a tour of Japan just last week. He shot me an email this morning that said “Maybe they heard I was coming?”

    • JRD Skinner March 11, 2011 at 23:20 #

      Yikes; we’re still pretty glued to the news out of Japan – I’ve definitely seen the 8.9 on CNN and ABC, but Google still reports 8.8, so I’ll use that as my defense.

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