Ego in the StarsWe specks of the universe,
Tick TockTime ticks on, fluent as a song.
The Glass Box It’s the killer of my dreams. The essence of my destruction.
Arachnid Wonder World: The Bouncy Web After we disembarked from Spider Flyers, I took in the grand scope of Arachnid Wonder World, and the sheer volume of attractions this park had to offer. Spider Flyers was a more fun attraction than I had perhaps gave it credit for, yet I realized at this point that I had barely scratched the surface of what further fun this park had to offer. That Chair Swing was child’s play, and this notion gave me a tingling exhilaration, an invigoration for the eight-legged adventure yet ahead of me. Where to begin? It was only 9:10 in the morning, so much fun left to be had! I couldn’t wait to experience the next attraction. However, one thing was dampening the experience slightly; while Domina had finally snapped out of her previously catatonic
Arachnid Wonder World: Spider Flyers
Arachnid Wonder World: The Entrance
Arachnid Wonder World: Intro Do you remember the day the commercial for the Arachnid Wonder World first aired? To many of us, it seemed to be nothing more than absurdist satire, perhaps poking fun at the fears many people had of roller coasters and the like. A literal spider-web theme park, fit with gossamer chair swings and eight-legged park entertainers? A theme park made by spiders for spiders? All of the sudden willing to accommodate human park guests, thanks to this, out-of-the-blue, shrinking technology? Beyond preposterous. In fact, I was in the crowd of people who believed this was some form of creative marketing tactic for some new, satirical kids cartoon. It was only due to the surreal authenticity of the commercial that it garnered the attention that it did. Sure, in today’s world, virtually anything could be faked. Yet everything, from the spiders that moved, the tiny actors involved in the commercial, to th
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