|Image collage done by me, but background ET image credit to Universal, and Cheep Cheep image credit to Nintendo.
Hi, guys. This is Arca. I am very bored and want to make a summer daily post, yet don't want to write something requiring Internet research beforehand. Thankfully, Blogger already has a solution in its profile customization menu, at the very bottom. It's called a random question, which is simply a fun writing prompt meant for you to answer shortly and display at the bottom of your profile page. It lets you generate new prompts just by clicking a button.I am going to try to find where I can edit my user profile in this brand new UI I'm not yet used to, and then keep generating random questions until I choose one I am satisfied with.
Oh. This one's pretty good. Here it is:
Well, maybe they don't need them, but don't you think that some fish might like a bicycle?
Well, yes, actually. Humans are able to walk, yes? They can also drive cars. And ride bicycles. And do many other things that they are physically capable of doing. What aren't they physically capable of doing? Among many other things, breathing in space. Yet there are astronauts who have done that multiple times, but not without a specialized suit and breathing tank, of course. It may seem impossible for the fish to even operate the bicycle, but technically, if you were to make a contraption that somehow converted each of the fish's movements into a biped machine's movements, it could be possible. Sort of like those programs that control a Twitch livestreamer's game of Super Mario 64 through in-chat commands, it's taking two very separate forms of information but making one be dependent on the other.
This fish, struck inside some sort of bizarre contraption, would, for instance, swim a bit forward, and then a machine would pedal the bike. It could stop swimming, and then the machine could make the bike break. But wait a minute... the fish's mind isn't able to know how a bicycle operates and moves, and unlike humans, it isn't used to navigating on land. So isn't this like the end of humanity or something?
Why, you may ask? Since that fish has no idea what it is doing. It may plow over innocent people just walking across the street (socially distancing, of course, just like in any other dystopian scenario). The fish now has way too much power. If we make animals become mecha-cyborgs, then clearly all human social order will come to an end.
...Oooookay. Yeesh. That's pretty bleak. The question was literally about fish and bicycles. I think I need to explain my strange behavior to a trusted professional. That would be Reginald Fils-Aime, the former president of Nintendo of America. Give me a few moments.
Update, twenty minutes later: Alright, so me and my boy Reggie totally had a Zoom call about how I just wrote about fish and bicycles meaning the end of the world as we know it. He just nodded and smiled throughout, but after about two minutes he just told me this:
And then we played a few rounds of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, specifically the brand new update coming out in December 2021 with all the Fighters Pass Vol. 2 DLC characters added already. Basically, the DLC characters after Dante from ARMS will be lol you actually highlighted this text to see what it was, have this YouTube link instead: https://youtu.be/oHg5SJYRHA0.
At the end of our Zoom call (which still went on even though he also insisted on using the Switch Online app to voice chat), he told me had to go, to get back to playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf on his Nintendo 3DS--- I mean, Animal Crossing: New Horizons on his Nintendo Switch.
Anyways, that just about wraps it up for this post I'm going to post on ResetEra or something. Wait a minute... this is Blogger? Well anyways, see you guys, and stay safe. This is Arca, signing off.