itwod, chapter twentyH2O, water - binary compound that occurs at room temperature as a clear colorless odorless tasteless liquid; freezes into ice below 0 degrees centigrade and boils above 100 degrees centigrade; widely used as a solvent.itwod, chapter twenty by boethiahs
Cherry turns the tap off, returns the ice tray to the freezer.
They do not use freon anymore, do they? Other refrigerants - chlorofluorocarbons, hydrochlorofluorocarbons. I need to look that up later. There are twenty-two steps to the front door. Potentially twenty-five if accounting for slower speed required so as to be able to stop should anyone come on an intercept trajectory. Otherwise normal speed would be preferrable, fewer steps, less interruptive stop-start motions. Certainly there must be an optimised way of carrying beverages? If I account for the contained movement of the ice cubes, let us call that i, the water's movement as w, my own forward trajectory f - add the disruption of each footfall and adjustments for turns, extrapola
itwod, chapter seventeenSpring finally reaches the Basin in May, slow and tentative and still leaving the plains below the mountains under deep snow but every now and again the sun holds some warmth, heats the rooftops enough for corruscating icicles to lengthen and multiply.itwod, chapter seventeen by boethiahs
Eric Cartman, of course, notices none of this.
He is far too preoccupied thinking of how his return to South Park should have been glorious, splendid, Stan’s and Kyle’s backs bent under an astounding weight of gold (and Kenny - hadn’t Kenny been there? Was he back in the jungle? No, he never came ashore. Maybe he stayed back home, the filthy rat) and the entire town so impressed they would’ve hailed him as their king, their new god, a man to love and admire for his immense wealth and the power that comes with it.
Instead his shoes are still waterlogged from the swamp and Kyle is whining about trench foot and Eric's clothes have rips and tears and there are scratches on every exposed bit of his skin. It’s mak