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Infiltrator
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I'll just dress up as myself and go to a midnight walk with my dog.

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Lifecrafter
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Profile #26
My mom has said she doesn't want me going as a jedi because it would be the third time in a row so now she's making me a ranger costume.

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Posts: 834 | Registered: Thursday, July 8 2004 07:00
Law Bringer
Member # 2984
Profile Homepage #27
quote:
Originally written by Apologenesis:

As always, I claim that I will open the door shirtless with an open can of beer in one hand and a shotgun in the other. Unfortunately, I have no shotgun, no cans of beer, and generally very few trick or treaters in my neighborhood.

—Alorael, who can fix the beer problem more easily than the shotgun problem. Why must gun control mandatory delays in firearm purchase stand in the way of humor?

Can't you improvise with your sniper rifle? :P

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Lifecrafter
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Profile Homepage #28
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My mom has said she doesn't want me going as a jedi because it would be the third time in a row so now she's making me a ranger costume.
Then don't go as a Jedi, go as a Sith.

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Can't you improvise with your sniper rifle? :P
We already went over this. A seemingly drunk person holding a shotgun screams "Run away fast," where one with a rifle does not.

[ Sunday, October 30, 2005 10:29: Message edited by: Eldibs ]

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Posts: 818 | Registered: Tuesday, July 9 2002 07:00
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quote:
Originally written by Eldibs:

We already went over this. A seemingly drunk person holding a shotgun screams "Run away fast," where one with a rifle does not.
You know, it sounds a lot less sensible when you say it that way.

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Member # 1993
Profile #30
quote:
Originally written by NaNoWriMo:

Can't you improvise with your sniper rifle? :P
;_; boo hoo, I'm invisible in your eyes ...

quote:
Originally written by spy.there:

:confused: now I'm confused. Why wouldn't you bear your rifle instead?


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Posts: 1420 | Registered: Wednesday, October 2 2002 07:00
Master
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What he needs is a beam rifle.

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Posts: 3323 | Registered: Thursday, April 25 2002 07:00
Law Bringer
Member # 335
Profile Homepage #32
There seems to be a misunderstanding here. If someone has a high-tech weapon, especially one designed for precision, you know he can kill you. He can probably do it with more exacting standards than you really need. That's scary in its way, but we're faced with death every time we cross the street and we learn to live with it.

A guy with a weapon designed not so much to kill as to make a bloody mess that sprays everywhere is scary. A probably drunk guy with such a weapon is a good reason to run.

Think about it. Is a drunk sniper very scary? I would say not. Is a beam rifle scary? Heck, I wouldn't even recognize one if I saw it. It's the old-fashioned weapons, the larger the caliber the better, that inspire the kind of uncertainty that really sparks terror.

—Alorael, who would not like to imply that all incapacitated snipers are less than scary. He spends most of his time under the influence of his drug of choice and can still hit a very small thing from a very large distance with very high accuracy.
Posts: 14579 | Registered: Saturday, December 1 2001 08:00
Law Bringer
Member # 2984
Profile Homepage #33
quote:
Originally written by spy.there:

quote:
Originally written by NaNoWriMo:

Can't you improvise with your sniper rifle? :P
;_; boo hoo, I'm invisible in your eyes ...

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Originally written by spy.there:

:confused: now I'm confused. Why wouldn't you bear your rifle instead?

How did I miss that post? :confused:

quote:
Originally written by spy.there:

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Originally written by Apologenesis:

... Unfortunately, I have no shotgun, ...

_ Alorael, who can fix the beer problem more easily than the shotgun problem. Why must gun control mandatory delays in firearm purchase stand in the way of humor?

:confused: now I'm confused. Why wouldn't you bear your rifle instead?

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Originally written by Aran:

... Edit: I *am*, however, going to start typing away at a 50k novel at midnight.
:) Good luck! In face of the special date of wandering un-deads it might be wise to kindle a silver candle and burn some storax, laurel and wormwood before you start fighting ... er, uh ... writing.

Perhaps my horrendous writing will be enough to scare them off. :)

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Posts: 8752 | Registered: Wednesday, May 14 2003 07:00
By Committee
Member # 4233
Profile #34
quote:
Originally written by Spring:

I am Australian and thus I don't celebrate Halloween. It is celebrated in some parts of my fair country, however.
Your second statement invalidates your first, unless only non-Australians in Australia celebrate Halloween.

I won't be doing anything for it tomorrow evening (Monday) - in fact, I'll be in class - but I did just spend a raucous and somewhat Halloween-themed weekend in Boston, MA - hwoo-doggy!
Posts: 2242 | Registered: Saturday, April 10 2004 07:00
Apprentice
Member # 6278
Profile Homepage #35
quote:
Originally written by Dayist:

—Alorael, who would not like to imply that all incapacitated snipers are less than scary. He spends most of his time under the influence of his drug of choice and can still hit a very small thing from a very large distance with very high accuracy.
...do you think I could borrow you some time?

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Posts: 33 | Registered: Tuesday, September 6 2005 07:00
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Just convince whoever it is to walk about near Alorael's house.

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Posts: 1629 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
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quote:
Originally written by Drew:

quote:
Originally written by Spring:

I am Australian and thus I don't celebrate Halloween. It is celebrated in some parts of my fair country, however.
Your second statement invalidates your first, unless only non-Australians in Australia celebrate Halloween.

They probably do, but I have not checked.

I suppose you are right, but it is not celebrated where I live. Well, a couple of partys here and there, and some toy shop sales, but no trick-or-treating, and no costumes.

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Polaris
Posts: 2396 | Registered: Saturday, January 29 2005 08:00
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Profile #38
quote:
Originally written by Spring:

I suppose you are right, but it is not celebrated where I live. Well, a couple of partys here and there, and some toy shop sales, but no trick-or-treating, and no costumes.
Again you contradict yourself. Please ask your mother to take away your internet before you hurt yourself.

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