Okay, listen here everyone


See this beautiful girl? This is Elizabeth, aka: pastaaaaaaluvr or avasefullofnations.

This girl is amazing alright, she’s one of the first people I really started talking to on here, because before she messaged me I was more shy then now. I was afraid to really talk to anyone. But here comes this amazing girl, speaking to me first? I was surprised to say the least. 


She’s also this huge cutie butt, I mean look at this face. Look at how cute that is! How is that possible!

There are these posts

She posts these kinds of things often, and every time she does it brings this huge smile to my face. Here’s this girl, who I know has been through hell, posting these things to help other people, it really inspires me to keep doing this for one reason or another. 


(Casually putting in an example of a reason she means so much to me. This dork, the random stuff we talk about on video chats, I mean we watched veggie tales once! It’s one of the best things I remember over the last couple years.) 

What I’m trying to say is this person is amazing, and one of my best friends. I am so glad we started talking, I am so glad I go on the video chat that night even though I was nervous. I am so glad they talked to me. I just…. I have a lot of feelings over the people that mean this much to me. Basically, I love you Elizabeth, and I know you can do anything you put your mind to. You are one of the best things to happen to me, so thank you for being in my life. Keep going strong, you got so much a head of you <3







Time to Number Crunch!

So I answered a few questions today about Hardened Scales and Doubling Season interacting, and it got me thinking about what the permuations would be if I had four of each on the battlefield, and an effect wanted to put a single +1/+1 counter on a creature I control.

So, what’s the most counters that creature can end up with?
What’s the fewest?
Are there any numbers of counters between these two values that we can’t get?
How many different ways can we stack the replacement effects?
How many different possible numbers of counters can we arrive at? Which numbers have the most different ways to get that many?