Sunday, February 4

Star Wars Hairstyle Kujichagulia (pt 20)

As Princess Leia Hairstyle is struggling with the settings to display her powerpoint presentation on how and why to find CHEWBACCA and restore his hair, she is thinking about powerpoint. And so we should think about it also.

Queen - Blurred Vision

Let's just say Princess Leia Hairstyle's vision of CHEWBACCA power point has highly dimensional vision.

You all know in Powerpoint the drop down menu "Slide Show", and all your eyes have immediately verged onto the sideways-directed arrowhead that opens into the "Animation Schemes" submenu.

Queen - The Invisible Man (12" mix)

Well. Let's just say that where you look and see the mere sideways triangle, just a vertical line which horizontally narrows to a point, and then from which spouts the submenu, the Princess Leia Hairstyle powerpoint can invoke all the dimensions privvied upon by computers, caryatids, chrysanthemums, and coprophagists, of which there are many many;

JME - So Amazing Tropical
JME - Subbuteo
Monolake - Axis

but because if then you could suck deep into the dimensional axes like Princess Leia Hairstyles' deeply surfaced hairstyles, you would pull out an amazing proliferation of new shapes all of which give rise to unimaginable "Animation Scheme" submenus, and sub sub menus, and continuing it's sub sub sub.... and then the subs combine and interlock and become supersub, and so subbed that it's like a subwoofer but even more like a sub-wolfer, not wolf like the pack, but wolf like you are wolfing it down, and you are wolfing it at an unbecomingly rapid pace. Except it's not you and you are not wolfing, but it is usefully similar: it's Princess Leia Hairstyle, and she's doing highly dimensional animation schemes on power point.

But how does she color the slide backgrounds? That's important! Can you say gradients?

Let's just say her powerpoint look up table is not just any look up table value. Let's just say it's like: Look up. Look up. Look up. Look up up up. Up. Up. Up. No. Up. No, higher. Up. Up. Up up. Up up. Up. Look. Up. Up . UP.
Did you lookup the gradient? You can look it up!

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