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See, that wasn't what I was expecting..I misread the link as Disco Inferno...

 

 

Just kidding.   I have liked them all thus far.  Daughter Dilvish came down and watched with me.  She enjoyed them as well.

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The entire "Divine Comedy" is now up:

 

Inferno

Purgatorio

Paradiso

 

Only seen Inferno so far, and oh my gosh...it's just genius!!! I was laughing so hard I cried several times, and her illustrations...oh my gosh...it's all so clever and witty and razor-sharp, right to the point. ::D: I haven't even read any of Dante, and I thoroughly enjoyed that. Subscribed to her channel so I'll know when more epic goodness comes out!

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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I've been following her stuff ever since Proud Mama Pingo first shared it. The Shakespearean stuff was awesome, but all the other stuff as well, and her partner in crime is no slouch either, especially when ripping apart history.

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I've been following her stuff ever since Proud Mama Pingo first shared it. The Shakespearean stuff was awesome, but all the other stuff as well, and her partner in crime is no slouch either, especially when ripping apart history.

Same. She makes some very entertaining videos.

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Aw, you guys are sweet.

She's been reading "The Aeneid" (since Dante was such a big fan) and she's been hopping indignant about it because it's such super-obvious Mary-Sue fanfic. It's pretty funny.

 

We got her an improved video editing program for her birthday and she's begun the work on this one. She's been playing with her electric guitar to make stings for the prophecies.

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Aw, you guys are sweet.

 

She's been reading "The Aeneid" (since Dante was such a big fan) and she's been hopping indignant about it because it's such super-obvious Mary-Sue fanfic. It's pretty funny.

 

We got her an improved video editing program for her birthday and she's begun the work on this one. She's been playing with her electric guitar to make stings for the prophecies.

 

Achates is the first great historical sidekick.

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