DOPPELTHINGERS

by trash expert, Maggie Mull
BARRICADE on the street in Williamsburg/ ROBOT FACE
Today’s Doppelthinger is, again, brought to you by Seth-“eye”-Brau. He contributed yesterday’s photo, as well, and I lauded him then. But I dont really feel like doing it again today. Sorry, Seth, you can’t have so much lean muscle, be really creative, AND get commended every time you submit a photo. Pick two.
In other news, Barricade Robots are everywhere these days. Next time you see one, heres what you do: snap a photo, but be cautious; once you have the photo, good, you can complete the task: anoint a sharpened bone in mink’s venom—you dont need too much, now—and approach the robot at sun’s fall. Here’s the tricky part: using a silver mirror, watch for the sun to reach its exact location in the sky whence it will momentarily blind and disorient the robot—BE CAREFUL, do not look at the sun directly, that is a luxury of warlock-kings ONLY—then charge that unfeeling beast with your spear and DRIVE IT into its gullet. You CANNOT fail—the last person to miss his mark was Nylar of Roddendon, and I think we all know what happened to him…
Guys, seriously. Let’s make Thanksgiving plans.

BARRICADE on the street in Williamsburg/ ROBOT FACE

Today’s Doppelthinger is, again, brought to you by Seth-“eye”-Brau. He contributed yesterday’s photo, as well, and I lauded him then. But I dont really feel like doing it again today. Sorry, Seth, you can’t have so much lean muscle, be really creative, AND get commended every time you submit a photo. Pick two.

In other news, Barricade Robots are everywhere these days. Next time you see one, heres what you do: snap a photo, but be cautious; once you have the photo, good, you can complete the task: anoint a sharpened bone in mink’s venom—you dont need too much, now—and approach the robot at sun’s fall. Here’s the tricky part: using a silver mirror, watch for the sun to reach its exact location in the sky whence it will momentarily blind and disorient the robot—BE CAREFUL, do not look at the sun directly, that is a luxury of warlock-kings ONLY—then charge that unfeeling beast with your spear and DRIVE IT into its gullet. You CANNOT fail—the last person to miss his mark was Nylar of Roddendon, and I think we all know what happened to him…

Guys, seriously. Let’s make Thanksgiving plans.