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Old 08-14-2007, 12:58 PM   #23161
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Okay, you got me. What does that mean?

And I still suck at Commander Keen. I bought them the other day on Steam...
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Old 08-14-2007, 01:54 PM   #23162
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Okay, you got me. What does that mean?

And I still suck at Commander Keen. I bought them the other day on Steam...


What, you don't know that?! Who are you, and what have you done with the *real* Robert?

The real Robert would have recognised the secret code we had agreed upon for just this case that one of us would be replaced by some evil force. They sad it was mad, but I was right! I'm prepared for every eventuality. Now they won't be able to laugh at me being prepared for everything.

And this quote is even more true:

'There's two kinds of people in the world, Doc. Those who have a plan prepared for when zombies take over the Earth, and those who don't. We call those last people "dinner." '

Obviously, I am one of the former.



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Old 08-14-2007, 01:59 PM   #23163
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What, you don't know that?! Who are you, and what have you done with the *real* Robert?

The real Robert would have recognised the secret code we had agreed upon for just this case that one of us would be replaced by some evil force. They sad it was mad, but I was right! I'm prepared for every eventuality. Now they won't be able to laugh at me being prepared for everything.
Yes, dear .

But seriously? Where was that quotation from?

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And this quote is even more true:

'There's two kinds of people in the world, Doc. Those who have a plan prepared for when zombies take over the Earth, and those who don't. We call those last people "dinner." '

Obviously, I am one of the former.



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Uh-huh.

This might actually be one of your weirdest posts, Jaz. And when you're is out-weirding yourself, is that reason to be worried?
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I'm the *real* Robert. And I love you too, sweetums.
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Ooh. I have a split personality!
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Yes, dear .

But seriously? Where was that quotation from?

Where it's from...


Um...nowhere, actually. I just made it up. Your post before mine reminded me of those secret society passwords from Discworld. I love doing those.



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Uh-huh.

This might actually be one of your weirdest posts, Jaz. And when you're is out-weirding yourself, is that reason to be worried?

That last sentence was a wee bit confusing...but no, you don't have to be worried (at least, not too much). I just forgot to take my medication at lunch today, so I'm a bit hyperactive. Or rather, I am my natural self, only in concentrated form, instead of diluted.


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Figures.

You know that they set medication doses for a reason, don't you Jazzy?
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Ooh. I have a split personality!


Wow, that's cool! I wonder what it would be like to have a split personality.

"I think it might be a bit confusing, Mommy. I'd never know for sure who I'd be talking to at any time."

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Nobody asked you, Jaz666.

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Figures.

You know that they set medication doses for a reason, don't you Jazzy?


Oh, the medication is just for my comfort, these days. I feel awfully restless if I don't take it. And I'm quite hyperactive, in general. Also, I have trouble focussing without it.

And of course, I can be quite annoying for my parents, but they're mostly downstairs during the day, so it's alright.



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And I still suck at Commander Keen. I bought them the other day on Steam...

I used to play Commander Keen all the time when I was a kid. We used to have "Invasion of the Vorticons". A friend also had "Keen Dreams", and "Aliens Ate my Babysitter" (though I always read "Babysister" instead of "Babysitter", so I was quite surprised when I finally finished the game and saw a full grown woman standing there. Only then I realised it said "Babysitter".). I don't think I ever played "Goodbye World!", though.


What's Steam? Are they still available from there?


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It's Goodbye Galaxy, and that was the first one I played (and the one that had Dopefish in it).
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Old 08-14-2007, 03:36 PM   #23173
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It's Goodbye Galaxy, and that was the first one I played (and the one that had Dopefish in it).


Whoops! It's much too late here for me to be coherent, apparently. (I know coherent is not the right word here. But it's much too late for me to think of the right one. ),

And I guess the fact that I never played that one, is the reason why what Tibsie said didn't make much sense to me.


Anyway, Goodnight World!


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And here it is.
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