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Shock Trooper
Member # 2775
Profile Homepage #25
65
male
I think it was hetero, but now it's just fantasies
married
BA in History of Art
Boulder, Colorado
Caucasian
American
No preference
Sexagenerian existentialist

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"I can't give you brains," said the Wizard of Oz to the Scarecrow, "but I can give you a diploma." - L. Frank Baum
Posts: 381 | Registered: Sunday, March 16 2003 08:00
Triad Mage
Member # 7
Profile Homepage #26
Age: 6
Gender: Male
Sexual orientation: Baccaphile
Marital status: Single
Highest educational degree completed: Kindergarten
City/metropolitan area where you live: Somewhere in England. I'm not quite sure where.
Racial/ethnic origin: Caucasian
Nationality: American
First/primary language: English
Religion: Jewish
How long you've been a Spiderwebber: Played since 1994, in community since 1997
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo: Only on Thursdays

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"At times discretion should be thrown aside, and with the foolish we should play the fool." - Menander
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The Arena - God Will Sort The Dead
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You can take my Mac when you pry my cold, dead fingers off the mouse!
Posts: 9436 | Registered: Wednesday, September 19 2001 07:00
Cartographer
Member # 1851
Profile Homepage #27
Age - 18
Gender - Female
Sexual orientation - heterosexual (*edited out*)
Marital status - Single **edited out**
Highest educational degree completed - Basic school? They work differently around here, I think.
City/metropolitan area where you live - Vantaa
Racial/ethnic origin - Finnish
Nationality - Finnish ^_^
First/primary language - Finnish, yet again
Religion - Officially I don't belong to any religion, but if I had to say something... Witness.
How long you've been a Spiderwebber - Three, five years? :/ I joined the forums.. *checks* late in 2002. But of course I knew spidweb games way before that.
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo - No. I really doubt that.

[ Sunday, March 07, 2004 13:36: Message edited by: Insecure ]

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Ah! My Homepage - In Finnish and English
Geneforge - The Maps
My Elfwood Gallery - Stories I've written in english
The WALL - Forums in Finnish
Waitingformedication. I could really use some.
Posts: 1308 | Registered: Sunday, September 8 2002 07:00
Post Navel Trauma ^_^
Member # 67
Profile Homepage #28
Age - 20
Gender - Male
Sexual orientation - See above
Marital status - See above
Highest educational degree completed - Currently at university
City/metropolitan area where you live - Currently, Cambridge, but subject to change as soon as term ends
Racial/ethnic origin - Eskimo
Nationality - British
First/primary language - English
Religion - None
How long you've been a Spiderwebber - About 5 years
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo - Ask me again in 50 years.

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Grammar wenches beware:
This is the house that the malt that the rat that the cat that the dog that the cow that the maiden that the man that the priest that the cock that the farmer kept waked married kissed milked tossed worried killed ate lay in.

My Website
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Posts: 1798 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Lack of Vision
Member # 2717
Profile #29
Age - 28
Gender - Male
Sexual orientation - Heterosexual
Marital status - Engaged
Highest educational degree completed - Master's Degree
City/metropolitan area where you live - Washington, DC
Racial/ethnic origin - German Jew, Native South American
Nationality - Argentina
First/primary language - English/Spanish bilingual
Religion - Athiest
How long you've been a Spiderwebber - My first SW adventure was actually before SW existed, in 1994, when Exile came out. I played it and frankly didn't much care for it. Years later, I think 1998, Nethergate enticed me. Since then, I've bought every SW game, including Exile(!)
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo - Perhaps some day...
Posts: 186 | Registered: Thursday, February 27 2003 08:00
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #30
Age - 19
Gender - Male
Sexual orientation - Heterosexual
Marital status - single
Highest educational degree completed - Education?
City/metropolitan area where you live - Tampere
Racial/ethnic origin - Finnish
Nationality - Finnish
First/primary language - Finnish
Religion - None
How long you've been a Spiderwebber - Can't be arsed to remember
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo - YAY 4 NECESSARY FUNNY IN THE END OMGLOL

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Saundersw3: And bitter is better!
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
La Canaliste
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Member # 21
Profile #31
*decides at least one lie is in order*
Age: 48
Gender: Female
Sexual orientation: Yes
Marital status: Yes
Highest educational degree completed: PhD
City/metropolitan area where you live: Exeter, Devon, UK
Racial/ethnic origin: Yes
Nationality: British
First/primary language: English
Religion: Christian, currently attending high Anglican Church of England church with subversive aims
How long you've been a Spiderwebber: long
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo: Noooo! *weeps*

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KazeArctica: Oh yes.
KazeArctica: Oh YES
Posts: 93 | Registered: Sunday, September 30 2001 22:00
Lifecrafter
Member # 233
Profile #32
Age: 18
Gender: Female
Sexual orientation: Heterosexual
Marital status: Single
Highest educational degree completed: HIgh School
City/metropolitan area where you live: Charlottesville, Virginia, US
Racial/ethnic origin: German/Polish/Russian
Nationality: American
First/primary language: English
Religion: ?
How long you've been a Spiderwebber: About 2 1/2 years
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo: No IMAGE(Census of Spiderweb community (2)_files/eek.gif)

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I'm just too selfish to be Zen. I mean, once you lose yourself and reach total enlightenment you don't care what the answer was in the first place. Ultimately a few good friends and a bag of Doritos is a better investment.

There is no such thing as an over-active imagination.

Hmm... These games are addictive and quite possibly dangerous. I fear the FDA will start regulating RPGs.
Posts: 728 | Registered: Monday, October 29 2001 08:00
Off With Their Heads
Member # 4045
Profile Homepage #33
Drakey, that's an accomplishment to be 6 years old and to have been a Spiderwebber since '94. Only the most avid fans were fans prior to being conceived.

And what is this? We have teenage females and twentysomething males? Destroys my whole teenage males and one or two twentysomething females hypothesis. Let's see some more results! I know the fortysomething Japanese lesbians are out there somewhere!
Posts: 7968 | Registered: Saturday, February 28 2004 08:00
Infiltrator
Member # 3220
Profile #34
quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

Let's see some more results! I know the fortysomething Japanese lesbians are out there somewhere!
If they're hiding from me, I *know* they're hiding from you.

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But I have never known or heard of anyone in real life who has said, "Yes! My goal in life is to be a brainless follower of obnoxious people!"
Posts: 437 | Registered: Sunday, July 13 2003 07:00
Bob's Big Date
Member # 3151
Profile Homepage #35
IMAGE(Census of Spiderweb community (2)_files/lxao-4.html)
I have my orders and you have yours.

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In a word, gay.
--Bob the Impaler

Posts: 2367 | Registered: Friday, June 27 2003 07:00
Shaper
Member # 73
Profile #36
I don't recall there being any lesbians on this board. Nor do I recall any bisexual men. It's rather odd, if you ask me. There are gay men and bisexual women, but not the other way around.
Unless I'm forgetting someone, or someone is just keeping it a secret.

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Posts: 2957 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Fire! Fire! Fire! Fire!
Member # 919
Profile #37
You are forgetting someone, and so am I. There's at least one non-bisexual lesbian lurking around here somewhere, I just can't remember who...

EDIT: re != er

[ Sunday, February 29, 2004 16:51: Message edited by: Sir David ]

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And though the musicians would die, the music would live on in the imaginations of all who heard it.
-The Last Pendragon

TEH CONSPIRACY IZ ALL

Les forum de la chance.

Incaseofemergency,breakglass.
Posts: 3351 | Registered: Saturday, April 6 2002 08:00
Warrior
Member # 720
Profile #38
Well, I wasn't originally going to post but then someone noted that the presence of bisexual men was rather obscure. Well then.. I guess I'll answer question 3 first

Sexual Orientation: Bisexual

I think that there are probably more of them out there than just myself. It's just that, I think that they feel more comfortable expressing themselves as heterosexual because that is socially acceptable and they probably feel that if they express any part of themselves that likes other men than they run the understandable (and likely) risk of simply being considered homosexual. And that is on top of a lot of men's concerns with retaining masculinity (that is, being considered gay).
Anyway, on with the rest of this...

Gender: Male
Age: 19
Marital Status: Single
Education: High School + 1 year of college (currently enrolled)
City/Metropolitan Area: 1.5 hours south of Boston, 30 minutes north of Providence, 40 minutes east of Worcester.
Racial/Ethnic Orgin: Caucasian (No, I'm not from the Caucasus Mountains, the origin of the word). I am, ethnically, Norwegian, Greek, French, English, Hungarian (Jew), a snippet of Irish, and probably a bunch of bits of other things. Supposedly my Greek family (at least the name) was originally from Spain, but all of the Spanish blood was "married out" of the name.
Nationality:
First/Primary Language: English (I also know some French, but that was not the question).
Religeon: None, as agnosticism is not a religeon.
Spidweb-er?: Since the orginal release of Exile 2, with the simple (yet still effective) graphics of Exile 1.

"Are you an Eskimo?": No, I am not an Inuit.

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-Daravon
Posts: 104 | Registered: Friday, March 8 2002 08:00
Guardian
Member # 3521
Profile #39
Hmm. I seem to recall reading a post by Xan Kreigor that stated that he was bisexual.

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"Let a man find himself, in distinction from others, on top of two wheels with a chain- at least in a poor country like Russia- and his vanity begins to swell out like his tires. In America it takes an automobile to produce this effect."- Leon Trotsky
Posts: 1798 | Registered: Sunday, October 5 2003 07:00
Infiltrator
Member # 65
Profile Homepage #40
Age: 16
Gender: Female
Sexual orientation:heterosexual
Marital status: Single
Highest educational degree completed: School Certificate
City/metropolitan area where you live:Newcastle
Racial/ethnic origin: Anglo-Saxon with some Croatian roots
Nationality: Australian
First/primary language: english
Religion: I am currently in phase of religous uncertainity
How long you've been a Spiderwebber: About 2000 onwards but discovered the games earlier than that.
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo: Sadly no.

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Posts: 650 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Lifecrafter
Member # 3320
Profile #41
Nope. Sorry. He is gay. He was just backing me up when I came out on the boards. He has since then stated clearly to me that he is gay.

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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
Babelicious
Member # 3149
Profile Homepage #42
I am a 17-year-old male in a steady relationship with an 18-year-old female. Within the year, I will graduate from high school and live somewhere in my birth city of Portland, Oregon, in the United States. Both my father and mother are of Irish and French-Canadian origin; on the maternal side, the Irish comes from the old Lynch family from whence the popular name for a mob hanging originated. I speak English and bad Francais etudiant, and am informed by the teachings of Lao-Tse, Gautama Buddha, and Malcalypse the Younger. (Hail Eris!)
I arrived in the Spiderweb community in late 1999, and have been on the internet since 1994 at least.
As far as I know, I am neither a septuagenarian nor an eskimo.

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You are my precious thing
Thing of speed and beauty,
You are my precious thing
As long as you remain beneath me
-- Big Black
Posts: 999 | Registered: Friday, June 27 2003 07:00
Bob's Big Date
Member # 3151
Profile Homepage #43
White, Quaker, American, 16, 1996, bachelor.
'Eskimo' comes of an Iroquois word meaning 'eaters of raw meat' and is about as tactful as 'redskin'.
The First Nation in question, as duly noted already, prefers Inuit.

[ Sunday, February 29, 2004 21:12: Message edited by: Butterscotch Custer ]

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In a word, gay.
--Bob the Impaler

Posts: 2367 | Registered: Friday, June 27 2003 07:00
...b10010b...
Member # 869
Profile Homepage #44
"From whence" is grammatically redundant; "whence" means "from where".

And the "eaters of raw meat" thing is probably apocryphal, but you still shouldn't call them eskimos.

Happy to help. *dodges rotten fruit*
Posts: 9973 | Registered: Saturday, March 30 2002 08:00
Apprentice
Member # 3876
Profile #45
Age: 22
Gender: Male
Sexual orientation: Hetero
Marital status: Single
Highest educational degree completed: HS
City/metropolitan area where you live: NW Arkansas
Racial/ethnic origin: Caucasian
Nationality: American (Scottish & German roots)
First/primary language: English
Religion: LDS
How long you've been a Spiderwebber: Since I copied a shareware demo of Exile: Escape from the Pit from a PC Club CD
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo: Not for at least 50 years

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Three megs for system source under the Sun
Seven for the students paging through their E-mails
Nine megs for hackers getting programs to run
One for the Boot Disk when the GUI fails
........One Disk to rule them all, One Disk to bind them
........One Disk to hold the files, and in the darkness grind 'em
In the land of Server where the Unix lies...
Posts: 3 | Registered: Friday, January 9 2004 08:00
Agent
Member # 1934
Profile Homepage #46
1. 15- but I have my permit!
2. Female- duh
3. heterosexual
4. single- I'm not pne of thoes polygammists
5. the third quarter of my sophmore year ends on friday IMAGE(Census of Spiderweb community (2)_files/biggrin.gif)
6. Mesa, Arizona- the most boring major city
7. hmmm good question, Scottish?
8. American
9. Esiglnh
10. Atheist
11. I've been playing E1 from about 1995 or 96
12. let me check... no.

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I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every second of it.

Delierious?
Posts: 1169 | Registered: Monday, September 23 2002 07:00
Fire! Fire! Fire! Fire!
Member # 919
Profile #47
Why does it say that "Sir David" is reserved by another member? That was in use earlier today, yes, but so was iDavid, and I'm allowed to use that... also, Stuggie, I couldn't use "A Stughalfian Principle" for some reason, so I changed Principle to Principal and dropped the A, for good measure. Sorry for the brutal mangulation (Alorael, you haven't copyrighted that word yet, have you?).

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And though the musicians would die, the music would live on in the imaginations of all who heard it.
-The Last Pendragon

TEH CONSPIRACY IZ ALL

Les forum de la chance.

Incaseofemergency,breakglass.
Posts: 3351 | Registered: Saturday, April 6 2002 08:00
Agent
Member # 618
Profile Homepage #48
1) 15 - but if anyone calls me little they'l regret it (me being 6"1 and built like the proverbial tank (Trust me, I kid ye not)).
2) Male
3) Sometimes one, sometimes the other and occaisionally both, depends what mood I'm in
4) I'm 15 for crying out loud! YEAH, I live with my 5 wives and 2 husbands - just for the fun of it(!) Like I'm gonna be married(!)
5) None yet but I'm aiming at about 10-15 Bsc's (For those who are American, other or are just plain sillicon-based that's a degree)
6) THE most boring place on EARTH, Hertfordshire(Though I do travel through my radiator to the magical land of Narnia on alternate Tuesdays).
7) 1/2 South Mancunianlandian 1/2 Plain Silli
8) Vaguely English, though I still claim Thunderran, whatever the psychiatrists might say.
9) Moomin, Clanger or Squeebop, take your pick.
10) Weeelll, (I'm being serious here) I have my own religion based on two things - all people are basically silly and that whether you believe that the universe was created by god(s), the big bang or you just don't care; they cannot (according human laws of space, time and physics) have just "appeared" and just "be there" so there is something I don't understand there.
11) A LONG time, ages, might as well call it forever. Or, in short about a year after E1 came out (don't know exact date).
12) Only if they like really cool vintage cartoons like The Magic Roundabout, Thundercats and Count Duckula...

Or worship cuckoo clocks.

Well... ... ... Quack?

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I like to say quack because I can, I like to say moooo because i can, but i don't like saying ergle flmp because I can never pronounce phenomenon first try.

In conclusion, quack, moooo and phenonemenonmenonnon... Oh Poo.
Posts: 1487 | Registered: Sunday, February 10 2002 08:00
Infiltrator
Member # 2445
Profile #49
Truth at last:

Age: 12
Gender: Female
Sexual Orientation: Beats me
Marital Status: Single
Highest Educational Degree Completed: A grade nine English credit IMAGE(Census of Spiderweb community (2)_files/tongue.gif)
City: London, Ontario
Racial/Ethnic Origin: Scottish/Finnish
Nationality: Canadian
First Language: English
Religion: Um.
How long have you been a Spiderwebber: Since about 2001
Septuagenarian Inuit: I do live in Canada, but no.

And all right, "Nye" was an experiment which went a bit far. I wanted to see how convincingly I could adopt desper mannerisms. And then it was just fun. Bye.

[ Monday, March 01, 2004 16:20: Message edited by: Rosycat ]

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Aces off.
Posts: 611 | Registered: Friday, January 3 2003 08:00

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