The Steampunk Empire

The Crossroads of the Aether

For me, it's the sense of adventure and curiosity of times gone by
with the possibilities of our future. One step in the past with your best foot forward, as it were.

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Oops sorry folks, supposed to have posted this in general chat.

Gravitate towards Steampunk?

My friend, you have causality reversed. My ego is so massive that it causes aetheric waves to bend around it. Steampunk has become tidally locked to me

You must be quatum then, I have heard of you.  How are you DR? 

I am doing quite well, sir. Thank you.

And I must be more diligent in thanking all the creators out there who devote themselves to making stories, films, gadgets, and clothing which continue to amuse me.

Ok, why are there cities under the sea and high in the mountains?

Why is a raven like a writing desk?

Because it can produce a few notes, tho they are very flat; and it is never put with the wrong end in front!

Both have inky quills.

  In my case it wasn't a matter of  gravitation.  I discovered steampunk is the term best describing what I am.

The Crow of juxtaposition, a harbinger of paradox? Good day Sir.  By the way if you are ever in an adjacent timeline and you see me tell me the lotto numbers and I shall reciprocate.

My dear Mr. Corvinus,
Should we attend the same Steampunk events, would we at once become a murder of Crow(e)s?
Incidentally, I share your sentiment. Steampunk is a large part of who I am.

Sir, I applaude your "Uncle Ted" look. He was my favorite creature feature host. I too, am a fan of "Doc Savage". I still have some of the hard cover editions sitting in my library. Welcome to the aether, however you came to be here.

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