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Deathmatch Tournament -- Round Two, Part One in General
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Necromancy -- and a gentle reminder and inquiry as to where things stand...

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Bipolar in General
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Profile #87
quote:
Originally written by Thuryl:

quote:
Originally written by Synergy:

Woo woo woo woo woo woo woo woo burble burble woo.
Fixed your typo.

Thuryl, surely you are made of win, win the internet, etc.

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What video gmaes would you like to see made into movies... no Halo! in General
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Here's where it's really at, gents and ladies:

Wizardry. Preferably, Wizardry IV.
Gauntlet. Elf needs food. Badly.
Q*bert. I see Brad Pitt as the lead.
Dig dug. Tom Cruise.
Oregon Trail. Drama incarnate.

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Advice for the needy. in General
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So, to summarize: You came onto the Spiderweb software boards to look for people who don't play games so as to advise these hypothetical people on changing operating systems? Rule #1 in public speaking (or speech acts): Know your audience.

Oh, and a lot of us are Mac people anyways, of course.

[ Tuesday, December 18, 2007 17:50: Message edited by: troglodyte #1 ]

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Jest and Youthful Jolity in General
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Originally written by Emperor Tullegolar:

I have my last final for the semester on friday. Then I hope to go the rest of the year without doing a single thing that so much as resembles work. Christmas dinner and whatnot is someone else's problem, and I've already bought other people's gifts. I will likely become nocturnal, gain several pounds, and reek because I don't plan on showering or changing my clothes either. Hey, it's a tradition.
Um, date much, ET?

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Stuffing into Small Places? in General
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There was a girl (woman?) in my college freshman dorm who was 22 and could fit in a dryer. She'd been in the circus since highschool before starting college. Strangely enough, this was Harvard. I never quite got to know her (although I did witness the dryer trick a couple times), which will probably be one of my life's great regrets. On multiple levels.

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Babelfish Contest #2 in General
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I'd be interested in the reverse challenge: People post utterly bizarre "translations" and perhaps a hint of the original statement's origin, and challenge others to decode...

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Left or Right? in General
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I sat there originally for almost 10 minutes, and was so incapable of seeing anything other than the clockwise rotation that I was beginning to suspect hoax or conspiracy. Returning a day later, and significantly sleep-deprived due to crunching numbers for an upcoming presentation at a major medical conference, I can flip my perceived direction at whim. I wonder how fatigue figures into this (nonsense of) left-brain / right-brain thing?

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What are you learning right now? in General
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Finishing a fellowship focusing on lymphoma research and treatment -- time to find a job soon!

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noob info in General
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DIY video at:
http://music.aol.com/video/pop-lock-and-drop-it/huey/1797575

dag nabit, page 4...

[ Wednesday, September 05, 2007 16:43: Message edited by: troglodyte #1 ]

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A4 Bugs in Avernum 4
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Personally, I find that objects' unmovality does not achive game quality improvement. But this kind of things could be a matter of opinion...

But there's no reason to be surly about it!

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getting past almaria in Avernum 4
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Once I snuck my way into town (see the above post re: Fort Samuels), I too was paralyzed by fear of the town Shade. Which gave me a glimmer of understanding for what the Almarians were going through! But if you stick to the northern walls, you can slide your way around the Shade, find another set of stairs down, and follow them to freedom beyond the town walls.

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