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Rob (rrreed) says: "HEEEEEEEERE he comes to save the DAAAAAAAY!"
Michael Brewer (wusemajor) says: Mission Architect is actually pretty cool.  I know a guy who came up with a fairly plausible villain mission where you steal candy from babies.
EvilMid nightLurker (emlurker) says: I love Twoflower's villain-doing-the-chores mission.
Four Deer (fourdeerinmyyard) says: Pathetic confession of having been left behind in the 90s, tech-wise:  Would someone please translate everything after the third line in panel three?
Michael Martin (mcmartin) says: CoH is "City of Heroes", a superhero multiplayer online game.  "Mission Architect" is a mechanism for letting people create missions for other people to run.
Rob (rrreed) says: Which, as human beings are wont to do, was immediately subverted by some people as a way to earning as much in-game credit/awards/loot with as little work as possible, a.k.a., "farming".
'Keiya' (keiya) says:

Looking for footprints means she's trying to figure out where people walked.

Also, weekly stitch, can't puzzle that one out...

Also also, I wonder if his filters apply to text posts too?

So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Hooo boy.
Brian Rogers (billionsix) says: Poor Unity. Forced to be the responsible one.
Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: weekly stitch = weak s**t. And some Architect stuff is indeed weak.
The Quinch (quinch) says: Preach it, our potty-mouthed whirlygig!
Jeffrey Channing Wells (channing) says: emlurker: Ho, yes, Twoflower is quite a custom content wrangler, isn't he?  I've been a fan of his work all the way back to Pong Kombat and the Really Big Button That Doesn't Do Anything, and his Neverwinter Nights modules stand as some of the finest of the medium.  I despair at missing out on his Mission Architect stuff because of my Non-COH-worthy rig.
Stephen Granade (sgranade) says: Waitiasec, where's Eric Burns-White? He should have been here to comment on the Mission Architect situation by now.
Jeffrey Channing Wells (channing) says: Stephen:  Check out the most recent post on the demiurgent  blog.
Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says: If anyone interested in Second Life, Twoflower also has a whole game there called 7Seas.
Eric Burns (ericburns) says:

Comment on the situation? Comment on the situation?!

<a href="">Who the Hell do you think he's talking about, huh?</a> 

I stand by my comment! He made us a promise, and now he's totally Nicking out on us! That FORKING BASSMASTER totally SECURED THE HOOCH this time!

(Jeff -- through all my difficulties, I've still been here every day, sooner or later. ;) )

Eric Burns (ericburns) says:

Hm. Not sure what I did wrong up there.


Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says: Okay, I don't know which is funnier: that Nick is more interested in finishing the flamewar on City of Heroes, or that he's also arguing with Eric Burns.
Rob (rrreed) says: @Eric—did you use the standard or advanced editor to post that comment? Because I don't think the standard one accepts anchor tags.

And the Mighty Mouse allusion to CoH goes completely unnoticed. <sigh>
Corgi (corgi) says: Waitwaitwait, there's a link between CoH and 7Seas?!
EvilMid nightLurker (emlurker) says: JCW: I've been a fan of Twoflower's stuff since his early Ranma 1/2 fanfiction. :)
Timothy Whitcomb (hroar) says: Never really been fond of the Osprey..but that i s me. However I dont understnd Unities outburst in panel three. Why is that a good motivator? I feel lost..
Rockphed (rockphed) says: She is starting to sing one of the most annoying songs ever.  I think Nick would rather not deal with her anymore.
The Auld Grump (theauldgrump) says:

Miss Lucy on You Tube:

Add to this what I suspect is Unity's singing voice, and the result sort of like verse 50 of '100 Bottles of Beer'....

The Auld Grump - there are times that Unity reminds me of dealing with a six year old.... :P

Diane Castle (deecee) says: *I* like the first panel.  High-tech details, followed by 'yo'.  The ultimate in 'fail to be cool'.
Rob (rrreed) says: I have never heard that song before. Interesting—it reminds me of Shel Silverstein.
Four Deer (fourdeerinmyyard) says: @ Michael Martin, Rob Reed,  & Dave van Domelen:  Thank you for the translations.  Gollies, you’re all so alliterative, you must be Marvelous!

Er, Kelya, “footprints”: I did get that much, but thanks anyway!  :-)
Jessie Tracer (electrickeet) says: I'm... disturbed. ...and tempted to follow that LJ, if only to convince people that I, too, am either fictional or digital.
shui lung (draconautus) says: Rob: didn't you ever go to summer camp?
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Sigh.
Pete Bleackley (petethemadscientist) says: Don't know that song but it looks like it might be similar to Miss Polly had a dolly
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: Whatever Unity is singing ...)

Gavotte, she ran some black ops;
Her team was lean and mean!
She named them for a rabbit
Made out of velveteen!

The leader was a doggie,
The sidekick was undead,
The flunky was a trans-ves-tite
Whom ladies liked in bed!

They flew up to Alaska
To find out what they feared;
They found the people friendly,
So friendly it was weird!

Then Sweetheart got demoted,
Then Unity got fed;
Then Julie got the trans-ves-tite
And cuffed him to the bed!

Then Sweetheart got a buzz on,
Then Unity got free,
Then Tip got loose and kicked some butt
And caught ly-can-thro-py!

Oh no!  Will they be rescued?
Oh no!  Will Tip get well?
Well, only Jeff and Shaenon know
And they're not gonna tell!

Matthew Mather (madtinkerer) says:

Recapping the plot of a story arc in a filk of a folk song briefly included as a throw-away gag?

Ed Gedeon: you, sir, have won the internets. All of the internets.

Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says: "I'm a good motivator!"  Most people will put out an extra effort if it means not having to eat a Jeep.
Lee-Anne Phillips (lioness) says: It's often sung to the Merrie Melodies tune.
Andrew Barton (andrewandkatebarton) says:

Found the song lyrics here ...

... and remembered Helen, Dave and Mel singing a different verse of the same in Narbonic.

Rob (rrreed) says: @shui lung—Yes, I did attend summer camp as a kid for several years running, actually. The camp wasn't big on sing-alongs.

And Ed, do we really want Tip to get completely well? Side-effects can be so INteresting!
Lee-Anne Phillips (lioness) says:

Many verses under different names. Hello, Operator (also known as Miss Susie) features a series of ellisions which rhyme (in their bowdlerised absence, with words like bell)

Miss Susie had a steamboat
the steamboat had a bell
Miss Susie went to heaven
the steamboat went to ...

There are several "dirty" versions of the same song (more or less) called "Bang Away, Lulu," and other things.

Rob (rrreed) says:

"Shaving cream, be nice and clean
Shave everyday and you'll always look keen"
Mark Orr (agentoracle) says:
  • Huh, Where I'm from, the song goes "Miss Mary had a Steamboat, The Steamboat Had a Bell...
  • Naturally, it goes downhill from there.
Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says: I'm probably the only poster here who has never gone to summer camp. But, that's because when you're on a farm, you're expected to work like a migrant worker.
Lee-Anne Phillips (lioness) says:

I strongly suspect that a lot of these songs are "girl" things, like the Prune Song (No matter how young, a prune may be, he's always full of wrinkles) and countless others. A *lot* of the games played by girls on the playground or sidewalk involve chants or songs, especially jumping songs (I am a pretty little Dutch girl...) and hand clapping games, one of which is what Unity was singing.

Maybe my own school was extraordinarily sexist and stereotyped, but almost all the boys were playing "team sports" like basketball and baseball, and the players don't usually sing as they play these particular games. Many more girls played in pairs or small groups with "challenge" contests, like Double Dutch rope games and jacks.

Cinderella, dressed in yellow
Went upstairs to kiss a fellow
Made a mistake
And kissed a snake
How many doctors
Did it take?

1, 2, 3, and so on until you miss.

John Campbell (jcampbel) says:

I'm reminded of Sergio over in L'il Mell documenting the regional variations...

And, yeah, most of them were, at least in my childhood, a girl thing. The only reason I'm even vaguely familiar with most of those songs is that I have a sister. The girls in my classes sang them, too, but at that age, we pretty much self-segregated. I wasn't much into the team sports, myself, but there's not much singing in D&D, either, not even if your character is a sissy bard or pooka. 

Of course, there were other songs that weren't girl-songs, like the parody of the Battle Hymn of the Republic where the chorus goes: Glory, glory halleloo-yer / Teacher hit me with a ruler / Met her at the door with a loaded .44 / She ain't my teacher no mooooore! 

Timothy Whitcomb (hroar) says:

Evidntly, from what I am reading, folks learned songs like this in camp.

Myself, I dont recall anything like this in Boy Socut camp in Kansas...Differant type of camp?

ysabet hasuko (ysabet) says:

XD  I used to jump rope and play clapping-games to the 'Miss Mary' thing when I was small, along with stuff like the 'Cinderella' rhyme and the one about the cuckoo's nest:

Intry, mintry, country-corn
Apple-seed and apple-thorn
Wire, briar, limber-lock
Six geese in a flock
One flew east, one flew west
And one flew over the cuckoo's nest!

Benjamin Whetham (crosshair) says: Can't Nick just turn off his "ears" and not have to listen to UNITY? If he wanted to he could always open the door and bank sharply.
Matthew Miller (mattdm) says: I ❤ Unity.
Philip Cohen (treesong) says: Thanks for the YouTube link, Auld Grump. I enjoyed it, and I enjoyed even more the link it gave me to 'Miss Lucy Had Some Leeches' (, which is worse than it sounds.
Rob (rrreed) says: This is so doubleplusungood. They're going to have to carry Nick out in a bowling ball case.
Timothy Whitcomb (hroar) says:

Bowling ball bag if he is LUCKY!

Michael Brewer (wusemajor) says:

He calls her Zombie-chan.


Corgi (corgi) says: Did his cockpit windows actually widen just before the 'landing'?
Cat Bascle (mage_cat) says: Zombie-chan.  I love it! ^_^
John Campbell (jcampbel) says: I hope Sparkle's pack has a trained aircraft mechanic.
Nate Cull (natecull) says:


Revving up your rotors
Listen to that howling roar
Metal under tension
Conifers smashing' through the floor

Highway to a pine cone
Gonna crash you right into a pine cone
Highway to a piiiiine cooooonnnneeeeeeee......


M. Alan Thomas II (crazydreamer) says:

@John: I doubt it; they can't even manage doorknobs.

@no-one in particular: Eee! Zombie-chan! 

James Rice (jhrice) says: Well, I see Nick's problem.  He had the props set for horizontal flight.
llearch n'n'daCorna (llearch) says:

I'm mildly concerned at what "better than riding in the cement mixer" says about Unity's pastimes.
Mind you, I think she's given enough hints in the past that we shouldn't be too surprised, anyway...

So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Zombie-chan!
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:

Benjamin: You're right; he can. Nick likes being able to talk to people more than he'll admit.

James: Well, yes. In the storm it's hard to switch to VTOL position. Also, he's full of excitable zombie.
shui lung (draconautus) says:

As the Osprey went down her face to the window she pressed
Excitable zombie they all said
After the crash she was really impressed
Excitable zombie they all said.

Well she's just an excitable zombie . . .

Warren Zevon's "Excitable Boy" if you were wondering.

Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "Tubthumping", Chumbawamba)

Nick is trying ... to be flying  ... and not dying ...

Nick got knocked down!  He can't get up again!
We're never gonna get him home!
Nick got knocked down!  He can't get up again!
We're never gonna get him home!

He's an unhappy man,
Riding with zombie-chan ...

He hit a white pine;
He hit a scots pine;
He hit a jack pine;
He doesn't feel fine!
He's got the wind shear that doesn't let him fly high,
He's got the sunspots that interfere with Wi-Fi!

He's S.O.L.,
Sure as heck ...

Nick got knocked down!  He can't get up again!
We're never gonna get him home!
Nick got knocked down!  He can't get up again!
We're never gonna get him home ...
(etc. etc. etc. ...)

Mao Lemos (pylgrim) says: You know things have gone awry when the antisocial geek brain moved to a war helicopter becomes the straight man of a story.
Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says:

Damn you Ed! Now I have that Tubthumping song playing in my head.

Sigh. How come the best songs tend to come from bands who can't duplicate greatness?

And, I thought the crash position had to involve there being more people on board a plane, a la Airplane! (Now batting...Manny Mota!)

Paul Gadzikowski (pgadzikowski) says: Shaenon: Nick is just new to the team; it's not like having Unity in the cockpit is an obstruction to extreme maneuvers.
Timothy Whitcomb (hroar) says: Damn! they are ignoring the Osprey! (cant rememebr his name!)
Joe Glow (joe_glow) says: when did unity pick up a paw??  that is wonderful.
Michael Brewer (wusemajor) says: Really, Sweetheart.  I cannot belive you were so insenstitive to the poor cyborg.
Cat Bascle (mage_cat) says: I really feel bad for Nick here.  He's spent most of the op being ignored, and now he's damaged and still being ignored.  Does he feel pain when he's damaged?  Even if he doesn't it must suck for the girl who can repair herself to get more attention then you do when you can't even move.
M. Alan Thomas II (crazydreamer) says:

@Joe: She has it in strip 2 and sews it on in strip 3.

The paw is so cute in the wave in panel 2 today! 

Benjamin Whetham (crosshair) says:

Just wait. $5 says that they are going to need Nick for a rapid evac and then they are going to be SOL.

 /I wonder if Nick still has his Wi-Fi up?

Joe Glow (joe_glow) says:


ah... I should look at the pictures once in a while, they are apparently quite good.

John Campbell (jcampbel) says: Why does it say "We'll" in the bottom left of the last panel?
Tiff Hudson (tiff_hudson) says: "Responsible Dog!" Yay!!!
Four Deer (fourdeerinmyyard) says:

The only member of the team who is technologically oriented is Nick himself; the others think of him as being more or less invulnerable.  He's invulnerable to werewolves, anyway.  What Nick needs is a little drone-bot with manipulators and a comprehensive toolkit.

Note that Sweetheart not only shows more concern for Unity than for Nick, she shows more concern for Unity than for Tip.  She and Unity have been teammates for a long time; both of the guys are relative newcomers.

Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says: First time I've heard poutine used as a swear filter.
Carl Fishman (carlfishman) says:

The recent discussion here about children's songs made me realize that you people could probably clear up a minor mystery for me.  You see, when I was a small child (back in the early 1960s) my parents bought a set of records of Science Songs.  These had various educational songs aimed at kids, with lyrics by Hy Zaret and music by Lou Singer.  (Though he often used older tunes.  Henry Clay Work's "My Grandfather's Clock" for "The Water Cycle" coming to mind.)  The performers varied, but the best of the records were done by folk musician Tom Glazer.

Now I seldom voluntarily listen to anything rock-oriented (and thus seldom recognize the songs Ed uses) so it struck me as quite an amusing surprise a while back when a co-worker played a cd of They Might Be Giants which included a fairly straight cover of "Why Does the Sun Shine".  ("The Sun is a mass of incandescant gas...   ")

Which raises the questions;   do TMBG credit Zaret and Singer?  And have they recorded/do they perform any of the other songs from this set?

So It Begins (soitbegins) says: 5
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

(TUNE: "Take My Breath Away", Berlin)


Watching every motion
Haunted by the notion
That my port nacelle's in flames
Sure I smell it burning
Watching in slow motion
As you walk away and - hey!

Stow my rotor blades!
Stow my rotor blades!

Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: No, miyaa, he was TRYING to say "Poutine" and it got swear-filtered to "cheese fries and gravy".
Jacob Haller (jwgh) says:

Carl: At the last TMBG show I went to they described how when they were putting together their new kids record, 'Here Comes Science', they consulted some actual scientists and discovered that much of the information in that song is wrong.  So they wrote a response to it called 'The Sun Is A Miasma Of Incandescent Plasma'.

On the albums certainly the song is credited appropriately. The above example aside, in the live shows I'm not sure how often they explicitly say they're playing covers. ('Istanbul (Not Constantinople)' and 'New York City' are other staples of their live set that are covers.) 

Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "Fun, Fun, Fun", The Beach Boys)

Well, you're trying to fly with a mitten-fingered zombie aboard you!
But the golden wind shear spins you 'round and now the ground's coming toward you!
And here's the dancing dog, who talk to Unity and flatly ignores you!
And you'll shout, "Fun!  Fun Fun!  This is cheesy fries and gravy, you brunch!"

Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says: If Unity uses her left hand to spoon up her nice hot soup, does it become the paws that refreshes?
KaT Adams (kat_adams) says: "We'll"? "We'll" what? "We'll eat soup"? "We'll help Nick l8r"? "We'll conga dance 'til the cows come home"? WHAT IS IT?! *dies*
Diane Castle (deecee) says:

@Ed: I'm still laughing form that Beach Boys parody.

@KaT: Didn't your mom ever say "we'll fix that right up" or something similar, when she meant only herself?  It's not the 'royal we' or the 'editorial we', but there is not an official 'motherly we'.  At least, not until Shaenon invents it...

Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says:

@Dave: Wait, "poutine" is a swear word? Where at a Weight Watcher's meeting?

As bad as Nat's filk pun was, Johnn's was wurst. As in bratwurst.

Paul Gadzikowski (pgadzikowski) says: Oh god, is Unity going to be losing and replacing identifiable body parts every five stories? Because that's the sort of thing fanfiction comic strip artists really hate, when having to decide when in the source's chronology a strip is set.
Cat Bascle (mage_cat) says:

Can't think.  Puppies just have just stuck my brain on "Awww".

Wait. Wait. THAT was Captain Bram's plan to take over America.  Distract us with cute puppies!

Timothy Whitcomb (hroar) says:

that plan may work! 8-)

What  a neat place! ANd CUTE puppies! 8-)

Laura Chapple (ironychan) says: OMG puppies!
ysabet hasuko (ysabet) says:


Ahem. Right. I mean, puppies, whatever. **assumes a calculated air of devil-may-care nonchalance**  So, we got the hidden lair full of shiny stuff and possible weapons, and a dead certainty that Unity's gonna stock up on pure liquid cola-flavored sugar. This will be good

shui lung (draconautus) says:

When I was a kid, I went to a camp where the owners bred shelties. The pen for the puppies was right next to the main house. There was nothing better than going into the pen and sitting down so you could be swarmed under by excited puppies.

 . . . can I move into Captain Bram's lair?

shui lung (draconautus) says: Oh and yay sugar coke! Death to evil corn syrup!
John Campbell (jcampbel) says: Bah. Puppies. It's not like they're wearing little hats or tiny goggles or anything.
David Vander Deen (dvddeen) says: Come to think of it... there was a promise for Sweetheart in googles.  Has that happened yet?  I'm wondering if I missed it.
'Keiya' (keiya) says: Puppies and /real/ coke!? If Unity wasn't undead, I'd ask if she'd died and gone to heaven!
'Keiya' (keiya) says:

Also... I just had a rather creepy thought. If Unity can attach a paw, could she take... that... from a male, and...?

I'll be in the naughty box.

EvilMid nightLurker (emlurker) says: Puppies! Squee! :)
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Sigh. :)
Adam Underfoot (unnatural20) says: ...Yeah, Keiya, you stick with the naughty box.
Drew (pseudowolf) says:

'Keiya': I'll be in the naughty box

Step 1: You cut a hole in the box

(Sorry. Couldn't resist)

Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "Down Under", Men At Work)

In a fortress subterranian ...
With a canine pack Canadian ...
See the storerooms that supply us ...
Just then, a mom and pups walked by us!

(I shrieked!)
I just wanna hug some puppies!
In my hands I'll gently cup these!
If I dream, don't wake me up please!
They way they feel, just makes me squeal "Puppieeeees!"

Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Doesn't Unity already HAVE a nau(is immediately carted off by gerbils before he can complete the sentence)
Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says:

I've had the sugar Pepsi, the Pepsi Throwback. In my humble opinion, it really isn't good. I'm not sure a sugar Coke would be much different.

Although I do know in some regions of California, you can get natural Coke. Sugar coke in glass bottles.

Edwin Quantrall (reynard) says:

"Do you *ever* angst?"

If there's one thing Unity knows, it's this: NEVER let 'em see you angst. 

ysabet hasuko (ysabet) says: Of COURSE she doesn't angst; angst is for the living. XD
maggie d (sophistre) says: Why do I feel like I recognize this setting from a movie or a book? It's driving me crazy that I can't remember.
Timothy Whitcomb (hroar) says: Going for the ghoulie side, eh? 8-)
EvilMid nightLurker (emlurker) says: ...I'm going to not think about the grislier side of this and simply ask: do those puppies (SQUEE!) inherit speech and enhanced intelligence without having to, well, I'm still not thinking about that part. n.n;
Rick Shott (not_home) says:  "revivifying yourself builds character", um, like, wow.  That line is both too cool and too disturbing at once.  Sweetheart would keep a psychologist busy for years.  I wonder if this is going to change her relationship with Tip?
fluffy <3 (fluffy) says: @miyaa: Pepsi Throwback kind of sucks because they use beet sugar, which has a bitter aftertaste. Non-American Coke uses pure cane sugar, which tastes much better, and makes the soda actually refreshing.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: And @fluffy: What about high fructose corn syrup?
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

(TUNE: "To Sir With Love", Lulu)

Those puppy days
of splicing genes and doomsday dreams are gone
But in my mind
I know they will still live on and on
But how do you thank someone
who has taken you from canine to mutant?
It isn't easy but I'll try

If you wanted the sky
I would write across the sky
In mushrooms
That would soar a thousand feet high
To Sir, With Blood

The time has come
For closing eyes and long last sighs must end
And as I eat,
I know that I am eating my best friend,
A friend who taught me wrong from.. wrong,
And weak from strong,
That's a lot to learn!
What can I give you in return?

If you wanted the moon I could take NASA apart,
But I, would rather you restart my heart,
To Sir, With Blood
rylen dreskin (rylen) says: This is suddenly reminding me of the odd book "Lives of the Monster Dogs."  A 19th century Prussian scientist whose gruesome work, eventually completed by his followers in Canada, produces long lived, super-intelligent, talking dogs.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE:  "Treat Me Right", Pat Benatar)

How well I remember, those nights in the lab ...
The Captain would have me laid out on the slab!
My insides extracted ... (did I hear the phone?)
He got so distracted, he left me alone!
It turned out OK though, see I'm still alive!
It's character-building to auto-revive!
We worshipped the Captain, he made us all smart;
Oh my, my Captain, I gave you my heart!

Beat tonight!
Beat tonight!
Start up my heart, don't leave me overnight ...

Andrew Kunz (miyaa) says: Now this is why he should have gone with cats instead of dogs. Cats just need jumper cables if you want to restart them.
Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says: Gee, she was a happy puppy.  Strange.  Being repeatedly vivisected is the kind of thing that leaves scars.
Mason Kramer (masonk) says: Physical as well as mental!
Jon Stout (brasswatchman) says: I don't know what's worse here - the part where Sweetheart considers this a normal thing as a mad scientist's creation -- or the possibility that maybe she's met enough other creations to know that not everyone bothers to remember the heart restart...
Rob (rrreed) says: Yep, Captain Bram was certifiably "Mad", with a capital "M". Makes you wonder what he did for fun.

What was he a Captain of/in, anyway?
Paul Gadzikowski (pgadzikowski) says: "When I try and kill you." Not, "when I try to kill you." "When I try and kill you."
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