Monday, November 10, 2008

i'M Not usually one for quizzes, but I can't resist taking over the world.

I just did the Evil Genius quiz. Here is my story, as told to me;

Your objective is simple: World Domination.

Your motive is a little bit more complex: Love (Yes, it works)

Stage One
To begin your plan, you must first clone a diplomat. This will cause the world to sense a grave disturbance in the force, amazed by your arrival. Who is this nightmare beyond comprehension? Where did they come from? And why do they look so good as a brain in a jar?

Stage Two
Next, you must sabotoge that opera house in sydney. This will all be done from a fake mountain, a mysterious place of unrivaled dark glory. Upon seeing this, the world will gibber like madmen, as countless hordes of the undead hasten to do your every bidding.

Stage Three
Finally, you must demonstrate your plague of doom, bringing about something that's really metal. Your name shall become synonymous with dear god no, and no man will ever again dare steal your woman. Everyone will bow before your cunning intelligence, and the world will have no choice but to make you their new god.


Renee said...

Emma your display looks great. I love the dragonfly.

It snowed here on Friday and the streets are frozen with ice. I want the streets to thaw so I can walk, the snow can stay.


Emerald Arts said...

Oooh ice terrifies me. Seriously. I am a pretty fearless person, but when I'm skiing and there's ice instead of snow, I watch a movie and drink schnapps instead :P

Do the streets stay icy all winter? How do elderly people cope? Walking must be so dangerous!

Renee said...

Usually the ice will melt if we are lucky. The main streets ice melts because of all the cars on them (the exhaust and heat). But if the side streets don't melt and snow keeps piling on it can be treacherous.

Because my cancer is metastatic and is in my bones (especially the bones by the bra line) the doctors scare me by telling me that because the cancer has eaten some of the bones there, if I fall I can be in a wheelchair (you get the story) it scares the crap out of me.

I hold on to people like a drowning person.

Usually though it does melt from the cars.


Emerald Arts said...

So does metatastic cancer has a simular effect on the bones to osteoperosis?

My sister has to be careful like that too. She broke her arm hideously at the Ocean Baths a few years ago and is now half robot. She can't go waterskiing or snow skiing because apparently it will break again. I wonder sometimes if doctors forget that not everyone is as used to discussing horrid things that can happen to the human body as they are. Cas' doctor showed me an xray of someone who had broken an arm like hers then rebroken it. Not pretty.

Interesting how the cancer has weakened the bones directly under the boobies. Makes sense to think of it, but it's such a central place, I can see how the thought of it would make you scared. I watched a show called True Blood last night where a vampire had his fangs removed (totally gross) and then had a nightmare that it was happening to me.

Don't worry though, I cling to people on the ice too. My only excuse is that I'm clumsy :P My friends at school used to call me Calamity Jane because I was always tripping over.

Renee said...


By the way the picture of you in your portfolio, all I can say is you are gorgeous.

Metastatic cancer is cancer that has spread from the original site. When it goes to the bones (not on everyone) it eats through them and the pain (I don't have that level yet, thank God) is excruciating.

Your poor sister though.

Like it so fucking sucks when you don't feel well, but especially when you are young.

Love Renee xoxoxo