So, I developed this bad habit during this year's NaNoWriMo where I let emails pile up in my inbox... (This is Janet, btw. I changed my ning-name.) Basically, I just got your wall post about your friend who went vegetarian for a girl. I think that's actually kind of hilarious. But awesome that he stuck with it. And I totally disagree with veggie people who get offended when people eat meat in front of them. It's one thing not to like seeing people eat meat, but another if you go making them feel bad about it. That's no way to make people think your life choices are any better than theirs.
I'm really interested in this now! I love how the vlogbrothers prove that you don't need ridiculous, professional level video effects in order to make quality videos. =] Still a little lost on a few things but I'm learning! Now if only I could post my videos on my wall here. They're all too large.
Hm... finish line. I like your attitude, Price! I actually had an experience the other with a fairly notsome Nerdfighter... They called someone a poser because they were a vegetarian who found it hard to stay away from meat. Luckily, a couple of other NFs and myself responded with awesome things, so it balanced out. Maybe that person was actually not a NF, and was just dressed up as one for early Halloween.
I clearly suck at responding to anything ever. You should seriously kick me in the face. But if you don't, I won't complain.
It's totally not cheating. PLENTY of people write stories other people come up with. That's why you see things in opening credits for films like "Story by, screenplay by" or you sometimes see autobiographies as by the subject, with the writer. And, as long as you're adding in all the little creative things like brain-eating soup and toenail monsters (I'm tired.), it's definitely yours.
It sounds like your program is basically a plug-and-play-Joseph-Campbell kind of deal. *glances at Hero with a Thousand Faces on the bookshelf*