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RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Profile #141
Alex decides to take charge of the unruly crowd.

Alex: "I will do things in my own good time people. Starting with you, whatever your name is. Give me that clipboard."

Dr. Levy: "My name is Dr. Levy."

Alex: (Finishes signing for package and gets handed it in return) "Well, I am sorry, Dr. Levy, but there are no escape pods on this ship. You are stuck here for the duration. Thank you for the package, though. And as for you, McRalph, the only poking you will be doing is at food. You can be the cook during our trip."

Skribbane Addicts: "Smoothie Skribbane...More"

He goes to the command room, gets the specially made smoothies, and takes them to the addicts.

Alex: "Now drink them slowly. They should only be taken in short doses. And please, do not take them externally. Now, Plah, you and Zephyr had better start a search for Professor Dumdum. He is a danger to himself and us as long as he has amnesia and we will be needing his expertise soon to help guide us. Meanwhile, I will take Milla to the supply closet. Well, as soon as I finish opening this package first. I'm curious to know what was so important to send to me in this fashion."

Everyone heads off in different directions.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Profile #139
Listen up everyone. This RP had been officially abandoned by ADoS. I was talking to him about it recently and he said that he is giving up on it. Saunders has given me the go ahead to take over it and try to salvage what I can. Read my above post and continue from that.

I am not thrilled at the prospect of owning another abandoned RP. In fact, I don't want to at all. But I refuse to let one with potential die. And I believe that this RP has some potential. So let's work together and try to save it. It could become rather fun.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Profile #138
OOC: Can we please continue this? I thought it was rather fun.

IC: ADoS reappears. And everyone stops fussing over Alex when ADoS shushes them.

ADoS: "We are in the lung. This is where we are supposed to be. We will now proceed to the Alveoli, and from there, we will start traveling through the bloodstream. We may try other places as well, that all depends on future developments. I will answer your questions one at a time if you have any."

People stare at each other for a moment, start shrugging their shoulders, and all turn to Alex at the same time. Then they all proceed to ask for help at the same time.

Skribbane Addict Leader: "More Skribbane Smoothie...NOW!!!" (Followers): "Yes more!! Must have more Smoothie!!"

Plah: "Same here, I need one for Professor Dumdum! He has amnesia now!! We can't afford to lose his expertise! You better get me some of those cookies as well!"

Milla: "Screw the damn cookies and milk, I need more cleaning supplies and YOU to help with your cleaning spells!! I'M NOT CLEANING THIS WHOLE SHIP MYSELF!!!

McRalph: "Ship dirty, help clean won't I. Me with big stick pointy poke you will I, for ship upchuck cause."

Dr. Levy: (With bits of toilet paper stuck to him in various places) "I want you to use this pointy pencil and sign for this package. Then you can find a way off the ship for me. I don't feel like being toilet papered again." (Gives Milla a nasty look)

Milla: "I had to take my frustrations out on someone. You were just at the wrong place at the wrong time. Still, I think my problem warrants better attention."

Plah: "Professor Dumdum is more important than cleaning the ship, I think that should be top priority."

Dr. Levy: "No, the top priority is signing for this package."

Skribbane Addicts: "NO!!! Skribbane Smoothie priority!!"

McRalph: "Poke you first with pointy big stick will I!"

They continue arguing in this manner until Zephyr appears on the scene.

Zephyr: "Have any of you seen Professor Dumdum?" He disappeared from the lab while I was knocked out."

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Meanwhile...

Jonnie wakes up after having been out for an hour. All pain is gone and has been replaced by new feelings. Hunger and thirst. He gets up and goes out into the hallway. Seeing a vending machine and a soda machine, he starts digging in his pockets for money.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
RP: For The Sun And Crown in General
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I'm not joining this one. I learned my lesson when I joined the Avernum RP. This RP is beyond me. Just like all the other Spidweb games outside of the Exile series. They are too dificult for me. And as I have little interest in playing games anymore, I probably never will understand them. IMAGE(frown000.gif)

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Profile #130
IC: The ship gives an odd tilt and it sends Professor Dumdum flying into an open janitor's closet. The door shuts behind him as he is tumbled into the midst of various cleaning supplies and objects. An empty paint can falls down from a shelf and hits him on the head. He quickly drifts off into the blackness and stillness of unconscious sleep. Unknown to him and everyone else on the ship, the door is now locked and it will cause him to become MIA for a while.

OOC: No, I am not leaving, this is just for possible future surprises.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Professor Dumdum, having been knocked in different directions from the shaking ship and still suffering from amnesia, gets to his feet in the lab and proceeds to walk out the door into the hall. The young boy in the lab coat now lies unconscious on the floor of the med lab, having been knocked out by flying debris. Heimen, now lost and confused, begins wondering the ship trying to figure out, who he is and where he is.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Living in the past? in General
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Never mind the simplicity of life part. :rolleyes: I am just obsessed with Sherlock Holmes. Does that clear it up?

As for whatever else I said, it's just a jumbled bunch of words. The way I worded what I did in my last post was not the same as what I was actually trying to say. I am not good at putting thoughts into words. However, clarifying how I think takes other people's words.

To put it in the wise words of Premonition, "I am a young person in appearance, but I have the views and wisdom of a person many times older."

I enjoy technology just like everyone else and wouldn't be happy in a time without many of the advances of today. But still, I look back on history and reflect on other times as expressed in documentaries or music or movies like the Goonies. The 80s as portrayed in that movie seemed like an ideal time to live. I just feel depressed that I never got to experience it like some people did.

But that is why I study history, so I can indirectly experience things from other eras that I was born long after. I wouldn't want to permanently live in one of them, but just being able to vaguely experience them brings me a sort of joy in my life. Most people my age and younger won't understand that though, so I have a lot of difficulty explaining it to them.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
Living in the past? in General
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That isn't what I meant about the 1880s. I am referring to the simplicity of life, not the bad laws and culture.

And this topic is getting out of hand. My original point is that the past is important and should be preserved.

I never said that old movies are better than new ones. I just meant that old movies, actors, and actresses are not to be forgotten. They worked their whole lives to entertain previous generations and that entertainment shouldn't just stop because our culture and ideas are changing. Historians preserve movies and movie history for a reason. So that future generations can enjoy it.

However, today's generations are being taught the opposite. They are being taught that the past is no longer important and the present and future are everything that matters. They are being taught that classic movies and the old actors and actresses that helped create them no longer matter now that these new movies are coming out.

Simplicity of life is disappearing at an alarming rate. Having your own ideas and opinions is starting to become the wrong thing to do. Today's teenagers are under the constant strain that they need to follow the crowd to be "in" and if they don't, then suddenly they are outcasts. That philosophy is going to do a lot of damage down the road.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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I think the idea of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde can still be saved with the smoothies and cookies. IMAGE(biggrin0.gif)

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
Living in the past? in General
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Same here. I have a fascination with the olden days. Mostly the 1880s and 1890s. As you can probably guess, the era of Sherlock Holmes. I would love to be able to obtain some clothes from that time, a smoking pipe, deerstalk cap, artificats, and so forth.

I like the 80s as well. I wish I could go back to the time when the Goonies movie came out. It would be wonderful to relive the 80s that I never knew.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Ok, I am not one that likes starting philosophical discussions, but I need to vent after a nasty discussion with some girl who is extremely narrow-minded and told me that I was the narrow-minded one and a Conservative Christian as well. I took great offense to that because I consider myself to be a liberal and very open-minded.

Here is the story. It started from talking about humor in movies. I told her that I don't like the humor as produced by people like Adam Sandler and Jim Carey or in the movie American Pie. That type of humor disgusts me for some odd reason. I told her I like older types of humor, like that of Red Skelton and Jack Benny, British comedies, and humor like in the movies Clue and the Goonies. She said the humor in those movies is okay, but Adam Sandler and Jim Carrey humor is much better and more sensible.

And then the discussion progressed to talking about what type of humor is appropriate and which is not. She said that I need to broaden my view of good humor, and I said there was nothing wrong with it. I have limitations on my tastes of course, but everyone has limitations. And I feel that no one should have to change their tastes just to satisfy other people.

From that point, it went into a discussion of whether or not the classics and old actors and actresses are important in this day and age. I told her that classics and the actors and actresses that worked hard all their lives to entertain earlier generations should not be forgotten by today's generations. She told me that today's generations should not have to know about them at all because they didn't grow up with them or because they were born long after the movies came out and the actors and actresses were famous. I told her that's a bad excuse for ignoring them.

I then told her that I would not watch most movies made after 2000, because they do not interest me the way movies in previous years did. However, I have exceptions when a good one comes along. She says that she likes some older movies, but that all the focus should be put on what is coming out now because they are tomorrow's classics. In other words, that the present is the only thing that is important. This infuriated me. I told her that she couldn?t just ignore the past. Why else are films being preserved for future generations to watch?

In addition, she told me that today's generations are getting dumber and dumber and need lower class movies to entertain them. She said that I can either hate all movies that are being released, as they will never be like they once were, or I can find something in all of them to that I like. I told her that I would soon hate every movie that comes out until I find one that I like, than watch stuff I don't like. She calls this being very narrow-mindedness. I call it selective viewing.

She then said that I was stupid for living in the past and not concentrating on everything in the future, as that is more important. I told her that the world is headed in a downward spiral because of its ignorance, I would be there to laugh when everyone finds it out way too late that they have lost all their morals and knowledge to the corruption of today's society. I told her that the past is where I choose to live because its what I study as a hobby and it is very important to know about. I also told her that to study the past you must live it sometimes. She told me that the past is worthless and unimportant unless it can be applied to today.

What do you, the people of the Spiderweb community, have to say? Sorry for the long post.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Profile #105
Heimen wakes up and looks around the medical lab. He sees a boy wearing a lab coat sitting next to him in a chair, napping away.

Professor: "Who are you?!"

The boy in the chair jerks suddenly, startled, and falls on the floor. He quickly gets back up and starts questioning Heimen.

Zephyr: "Professor Dumdum, do you have any pain anywhere?"

Professor: "Who is this Professor Dumdum?"

Zephyr looks back at him confused.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Happy Easter in General
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Happy Easter. Here is a special Easter Sherlock Holmes narrative for everyone. I hope you like it.

"Sherlock Holmes enters his flat at 221 B Baker Street and goes up the familiar stairs to his room. Upon opening the door, an odd odor meets his nose and as he looks around the room, he can see colored eggs in bright contrast against his dull surroundings. He walks over to a red egg that is sitting on a table amongst his various test tubes and beakers and picks it up. Taking out his magnifying glass, he looks it over carefully. He then gives it a gentle tap and shakes it a little.

Sherlock: "Oh, I should have known she'd do forget to do that." He walks out of his sitting room and goes downstairs to the kitchen. Finding Watson alone at the kitchen table reading the newspaper, he walks up to him briskly and shows him the egg.

Sherlock: "Looks like Mrs. Hudson has been dabbling in her eccentricities again. Here you go, Watson. I'm not in the mood to eat one right now. Besides, the whole sitting room is dotted with at least a dozen and a half of them."

Watson: "Oh, well, thanks Holmes. Gee, I haven?t had a hard-boiled egg in quite a while. This will be a real treat."

He goes to crack the shell off and when it hits the table, the egg explodes, splattering all over him. Looking up at a smiling Holmes, Watson protests.

Watson: "EWWWE YUCK!! Really Holmes, if you must stand there and snicker you could at least get me a rag to wipe myself off."

Sherlock Holmes breaks out into a hearty laugh as he goes to fetch a rag. Watson gets an angry look on his face when he realizes that Holmes new it was a raw egg the whole time.

Watson: "Holmes, there are times when my patience wears thin and my sense of humor becomes strained. I don't find it the least bit funny. What's more, you knew it was raw the whole time. Didn't you?"

Sherlock: "Yes, Watson. I confess that I did. However, I never could resist a dramatic scene. But be cheerful, old chap. Don't you know what today is?"

Watson: "No, Holmes. At the moment getting this goo off of me has me occupied."

Sherlock: "Consider the colored eggs. What holiday would signify the use of festively painted eggs?"

Watson: "I don't know, but it would seem like April Fools Day from this prank. Well, it's Sunday. It's not a Baker's Holiday is it?"

Sherlock: "Not quite, Watson. Anyway, I have never known the baker to paint eggs and hand them out. But I guess you wouldn't know about it. It?s something that just started last year. A new idea for Easter Sunday. Some foolish idea of painting eggs and hiding them for little children to look for. But, it's much better if they are hard-boiled first so as not to make a mess like you just did."

Watson gives an agitated look as Sherlock walks out of the kitchen laughing.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Profile #101
You could always take one of the pods to the MicroSpider. Just get in it and it will automatically makes its way to the ship.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Professor Dumdum sits buckled in a seat looking at a blank wall next to him where his window should be.

Professor: (Looking around and seeing that everyone else has a window) "Where the bloody hell is my window!!! Everyone else has one of their own!! HMMMPH!!"

Man over PA system: "Would the man sitting in the unclamped mobile seat please switch to a clamped mobile seat as soon as possible, or quickly clamp it down right now. We are about to head up the sinus cavity. Thank you."

Professor: "What mobile chair? I don't see one." (Sees people looking back at him and his chair) "Why are all you chaps looking at me like that?" (Looks under seat and sees that its not clamped down and is balancing on its wheels) "Oh dear. That's bad isn't it?" (MicroSpider tilts upwards and Heimen goes flying down a corridor buckled to his chair) "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!"

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Unix Systems in General
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Ok. I know absolutely nothing about Unix Systems, but I saw an example of one in Jurassic Park. Is there anyone here that uses one? What are they like?

And please, talk in plain English. I am not a tech person and I don't understand programming languages.

[ Tuesday, April 06, 2004 11:47: Message edited by: Sherlock Holmes ]

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
RP: Around the human body in however long it takes! in General
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Still puzzling over his glasses, he puts them on and joins the others.

Professor: "Oh that. I do believe that that is what we call a booger. Only it's hundreds of times its normal size, now that we are shrunken down and inside the nose."

Everyone else: "EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWE!!!!!"

Wiseman: (Looking over at the professor and seeing something odd) ?Uh?Professor Dumdum, you have bits of wastepaper stuck in your beard and hair. You might want to remove it.?

Professor: ?Really?? (Runs to bathroom and a minute later a surprised scream is heard by everyone looking at the solidified mucous) ?AHHHHH!!!! Goodness gracious!!! You?re right!!? (He then proceeds to pluck out every piece that he can see, while everyone else continues looking at the slimy green object towering over them.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Heimen continues sniffing the air and feeling his way down the hall. He comes across someone and asks for help, not knowing that he's actually talking to a coat rack that has a coat and a hat on it.

Professor: "Excuse me sir, can you help me find my glasses? Someone stole them from me and ran off."

No response.

Professor: "Sir, can you hear me? I need to find my glasses. Oh, and can you help me get to the Medical Lab, I left my clipboard there?"

No response.

Professor: "Fine, ignore me!!! I don't need your help!!"

Heimen continues feeling and sniffing his way down the corridor and runs right into someone coming out a door.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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While Heimen is crawling down the halls on his hands and knees to avoid the smell in the air above him, he hears over the loudspeaker a call for everyone to take their seats. However, as he tries to get to his feet, the MicroSpider gives a sudden jerk. It knocks him off his balance again and sends him crashing into a metal door, which knocks him out for a minute or two. He comes around as he feels someone removing his glasses from his face. When he opens his eyes, he sees a blurred face and then everything goes black as something is put over his head. This is followed by the sound of crumpled paper hitting the ground.

After a few moments of struggling to grasp what is going on, he realizes that his glasses have just been stolen and someone has stuck a wastepaper basket over his head to slow him down while they make their escape. When he removes the basket, he looks around and sees a blurred image of a person standing at the opposite end of the hall with what looks like a rifle in their hands. However, as it is long and thin, it could just be a pole or a mop for that matter. Squinting harder, he can see that the person's face is not normal and looks quite alien. (Reference to Milla's gas mask and mop)

Now thoroughly frightened, half blind, and not knowing that there are pieces of waste paper tangled in his beard and hair, Heimen thinks about what he should do next. He then realizes that he left his clipboard in the Medical Lab, so he hurries off in that direction, eager to find help and get away from the alien-looking creature. It then occurs to him that he will never find the lab by just groping the walls. So, he starts sniffing hard and tries following the rancid smell, hoping it will lead him back to the lab again.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Deleted and moved to after the launch post. :rolleyes:

[ Saturday, April 03, 2004 11:00: Message edited by: Sherlock Holmes ]

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Professor Heimen, having recovered from his earlier fall now sits in the cockpit looking at the various controls. He makes notes on the various settings and controls and pulling out a camera, takes a few pictures. He then heads towards to the medical lab to make some more observations. Upon entering, however, he soon finds himself falling rapidly towards the floor where he is knocked out cold again.

His clipboard flies out of his hands and strikes a glass beaker filled with some sort of liquid. It falls off the counter and breaks on the floor, giving off a horrible smell.

Zephyr: "Uh oh."

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Heimen walks around for a while looking at various devices and machinery in the MicroSpider, and writing down notes all the while on his clipboard. When he comes to the armory room, he finds someone playing with the guns.

Professor: "I do say chap, put that down before you pop someone."

Person: "Mind me business own, mind you business yours."

Professor: (Looking very confused) "Uh...okay. I'm going to leave now sir. Try not to shoot yourself in the foot."

Professor Dumdum quickly leaves the room and then makes a note on his list.

"Staff - decent except for one bloke who talks like Tonto."

Professor: "Oh god! What did I get myself into this time?"

Just as he is going around a corner lost in thought, he runs into the back of a young boy of around 12. He hits his head on a staff attached to the boy's back, loses his footing, and falls down the ground, knocking himself out.

Zephyr: "Oops...What did I do now?"

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Favourite Smells in General
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Most of mine have been covered. But I will repeat them again anyway.

Burning wood, ginger, ponderous tomes, menthol (includes medicinal and cigarettes), sour-dough bread, gasoline, :rolleyes: flowers (wild and tame), Chinese food, roasted chicken, popcorn, canning cellars, musty old houses, the air on a clear windy day, pasta, burgers, lots of other stuff...

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
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Professor Heimen Dumdum is your typical shortsighted skeptic. There is no other way to say it. With his 70s style glasses, long flowing 60s hair, shoes from the 1950s, and clipboard and pen in hand, he is your typical scientist. One thing that draws away from the idea that he is a scientist is the 2-foot long bushy brown beard and equally bushy mustache on his face, making him look like your average hillbilly from Arkansas.
Another is his British-accented voice, which makes him appear even stranger. And then there's the fact that he is 6'5" tall and built like a Hercules.

He heard of this too-good-to-be-true venture that the Spiderweb Corporation was advertising and has shown up as representative of Snively Inventions Ltd. to be an official tester of this far-out device. With a not too thrilled look on his face, he steps up to the announcer and shows his ID Card to him.

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(Looks around in the Study)
Colonel Mustard: "Just checking."
Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00
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Member # 3320
Profile #41
I am away for a day from computer problems and look what I come back to. How on earth did my topic degenerate into this? IMAGE(Purpose (2)_files/tongue.gif)IMAGE(Purpose (2)_files/rolleyes.gif)

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Mrs. Peacock: "Everything all right?"
Colonel Mustard: "Yep. Two Corpses. Everything's fine."

"Keep your wits about you, the game is afoot!!" - Sherlock Holmes
Posts: 935 | Registered: Friday, August 8 2003 07:00

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