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Published 26 March 2013 | Last updated 10:42 pm, 1 July 2013
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This awesome, thank you for making this. One thing that would make it better, I think, is moving backwards when the slider is all the way to the left.
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Words spoken as of 654 hours:
Time = 84:30 Woman: Wanna swim? Man: Yeah.
Time = 87:00 Woman: Pffthh *cough* Man: You OK? Woman: Just got some in my mouth.
Time = 199:00 Woman: Any idea where the river is now? Man: Still pretty far out. It’s actually retreated a little this week.
Time = 287:00 Woman: I don’t understand what the sea is doing.
Time = 293:00 Man: I don’t think we can build it much taller than this. It’s been fun, though!
Time = 365:00 Man: *sip*
Time = 366:00 Man: Pfffth.
Time = 367:00 Man: Pthuh! Yuck.
Time = 369:00 Man: I’ve had worse.
Time = 410:00 Man: Guess one of us should climb down. Woman: Yeah.
Time = 416:00 Woman: The sea is rising.
Time = 417:00 Man: Yeah.
Time = 441:00 Man: Sea level rises and falls, right? It’s changed before. Woman: Not this fast.
Time =442:00 Man: The river hasn’t even reached the sea yet. Woman: The river is small. The sea is big.
Time = 443:00 Man: How big? Woman: I don’t know.
Time = 516:00 Woman: Does it rain on the sea? Man: I don’t know.
Time = 517:00 Man: If it does, it seems like a waste.
Time = 519:00 Man: It rains in the hills where the river comes from, right? Woman: Sure.
Time = 520:00 Man: Are there OTHER rivers?
Time = 521:00 Woman: I don’t know.
Time = 538:00 Man: There must be other rivers. Otherwise, the sea would dry up.
Time = 539:00 Woman: Maybe it’s coming out of the ground. Man: Does that happen? Woman: I don’t know.
Time = 540:00 Woman: I don’t know how the sea works. Man: I don’t know how ANYTHING works.