Comic 142 - Truth, This Isn't It...

16th May 2011, 9:02 PM
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16th May 2011, 9:02 PM
I was informed after making this that IED's are the current term for the car-bombs that terrorists are using against the American soldiers in the middle east. I mean no disrespect to any of our soldiers. I pulled the term from an old declassified CIA handbook I found at the thrift store once. The more modern term for what I meant would be improvised sabotage devises.

So, on an unrelated note; I'm preparing to start a D&D campaign, and would like to record the sessions and make them into a sort of Podcast. So I purchased myself a (relatively) cheap audio recorder, and then I realized that it may only be designed for short bursts of recording. Which is to say, depending on how it stores the files, it may only be able to record 20-30 consecutive minutes before it needs to collect that into a file. So last night I decided to set the recorder up while I slept. Today when I got home from work I decided to skim over and listen to any sections that obviously had noise in them; it turns out I don't sleep as soundly as I thought.

There are 2 moments on the recording that give me the creeps. The first comes at about 1am, I woke up and said, "whu? Oh, I know who you are. I know who you are." The second time came about 20 minutes later, after I make a very soft distressed noise(like I'm trying to scream but don't have the energy to) a very distinct(but nearly inaudible) and deep voice says, "got you". There were a few other moments throughout the night where I made odd noises or said things, but nothing very interesting


18th May 2011, 11:12 AM
Mr. Freeman
....yeah that is creepy... Now im considering trying it. Ive always wanted to set up a night vision camera in my room while i slept just to see if anything unusual goes on. I have the camera, but im kind of scared to see the results haha
23rd Jun 2011, 10:11 PM
I have sporadic outbursts like that all the time unless I'm deep asleep. And a D&D podcast would be decidedly epic. I for one would definitely subscribe.
6th Sep 2011, 5:32 PM
If you want a terribly inaccurate interpretation of those lines, ask Freud. Or search through an online dream dictionary for some cheap laughs.