They Are Still Everywhere

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Episode 18/1x018
They Are Still Everywhere

Wait a tic! This isn't the Moulin Rouge!

Blogger Tachyon
Date Posted November 3rd, 2006
Length 0:36
Description Someone once accused me of tilting at windmills...

Right now, I only wish that I were capable of being so naive.

I've left something for you, and a message to pass along.

Perspective is critical. In this case, I trust you will share my view.

YouTube Tags LG15 lonelygirl15 danielbeast daniel gemmers19 ceremony parents house sleepover tachyon opaphid
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Glenn Rubenstein
Assistant Producer Mari Devincenzi
Director(s) Glenn Rubenstein
Camera Glenn Rubenstein
Vidplay Glenn Rubenstein
Story Glenn Rubenstein
Editor(s) Glenn Rubenstein
Music "Disappears" by Headboard
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "The Action of an Enemy - Be Careful"
Next "They Are Watching"
Previous by Tachyon "URGENT: For My Helper!"
Directly after "Where Are My Parents?"
Directly before "Horrid Flatmates"

They Are Still Everywhere is the eighteenth video in the OpAphid video series.


A blurry shot of a highway
A highway sign we can't read

A simi drives past
A lit-up windmill
A view of a circular semitruck mirror
The windmill and text:

"Needless to say, things haven't gone according to plan
I learned more in that last hour there than "i" did in her entire existance"

A closeup of (we suspect) tachyon from hairline to nose
Windmill and text:
"I'm not sure it's safe to come home.
I've left something for you,
and a message to pass along."

quick establishing shots of where the drop might have been ending on the sign out front and paning up to the windmill.
a shot of semis going both directions on the highway and the phrase "tag you're it" bounces back and forth with the traffic


  • Many YouTube users have pointed out the resemblance of this video to Don Quixote, a novel in which the main character is chasing windmills which he believes to be his enemy, which, obviously they are not. The windmills may be a reference to OpAphid, implying that Tachyon is under the delusion that her "enemy" is everywhere.

The drop

Drop 2 (where IS she going?)
Forum discussion
Companion Video