i wish i could go, but some jerk put it on another continent where i have to travel back in time to attend. then i have to time travel back to the future to get home.
thanks alot Rob, i don't even have a delorean.
for clarification purposes 11:00 Brisbane ---->07:00 Los Angeles 11:40 Los Angeles -->19:35 Washington
yes i arrive in LA 4 hours before i leave i leave LA for washington 40 MINUTES after i left my home town. but here's where it all goes wrong
16:50 Washington --------------->19:20 Los Angeles Sun 18 Oct 23:45 Los Angeles Sun 18 Oct---> 08:10 Sydney Tue 20 Oct 11:00 Sydney Tue 20 Oct -------->11:30 Brisbane Tue 20 Oct 0 it now takes two days to get home. so i'm not going...but it was fun to work out
and people think erfworlds time system is confusing
I wonder what the big reveal is.. perhaps the unveiling of the Erfworld roleplaying game prototype??? yeah, I can see that going kind of like this...
Rob: "Okay.. as you snap you fingers you are instantly transported into another world. You are in a dome roofed room with carvings of various Elvis impersonators sneering down at you. You are on your hands and knees. In front of you is what appear to be a tiny but only slightly disproportionate man and woman. The woman appears exhausted. The man appears annoyed. You have a pounding headache and are slightly disoriented.. "
or perhaps Rob figured out a way to really transport us into Erfworld? we'd be even better warlords than Parson, since we know so much about the world that would certainly explain it: those there can participate and those who arent will get to watch us in webcomic form