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Old 03-14-2006, 01:42 PM   #4061
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OK, no more jokes bout you 2. Instead, lets discuss.....

(sorry Jaz, only read your post after I'd posted my last one)
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Old 03-14-2006, 01:42 PM   #4062
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Old 03-14-2006, 01:44 PM   #4063
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Lets pair Lacey with with someone else!
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No, let's talk about something else altogether. Like Monkey Island.
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...lets discuss (a) how the writers of 24 are poisonous little scorpions
(b) whatever happened to Corey Haim?
(c) Man boobs
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a) They are?

b) Who?

c) Please, no.
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No, let's talk about something else altogether. Like Monkey Island.
What? You'd rather discuss how grossly overrated MI games are?
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I was thinking more along the lines of praising the MI games and using them to show how (comparatively) poor the vast majority of Sierra's output was...
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Now, I wonder whom you have been trying to annoy recently on the AG forums, hmmmm?
*crosses fingers*
Not me...not me...not me...not me...not me...not me...not me...not me...


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Old 03-14-2006, 01:49 PM   #4070
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a) They are?
Just watch series 5 ep 13. They deserve to have their nipple hair ripped off by cellotape for the ending. Grrrr!

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b) Who?
You really aren;t a child of the 80s are you?

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c) Please, no.
OK, was just trying to think of an option c
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Just watch series 5 ep 13. They deserve to have their nipple hair ripped off by cellotape for the ending. Grrrr!
Still haven't watched Series 3 (thanks to Sky), so it may be a while before I ever see Series 5 .



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Next time, just don't.
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...lets discuss (a) how the writers of 24 are poisonous little scorpions
(b) whatever happened to Corey Haim?
(c) Man boobs
a) Is Tony the one with goatee? sorry but haven't watched 24 after season 1. I did try to get into it this season but the assasnation took the sail out of my wind and I stopped watching.

b) Didn't he marry his pal Corey Feldman or sometrhing?

c) Mansiere or Bro?
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Old 03-14-2006, 01:53 PM   #4073
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Thanks guys.

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No, let's talk about something else altogether. Like Monkey Island.

No, let's talk about how evil is on a low budget!





Mmmh...I wonder if he's somehow related to Murray...


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Tony is the one that constantly fails to believe that Jack is a good guy, right? The one who spends the first two seasons acting against him or something.
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Apparently we're talking about a Neverwinter Nights MOD now...
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So Jazy, I take it that you are playing some sort of RPG. What is it? Looks interesting.

EDIT: Damn it Robert, you developed a strange habit of answering my questions right before I ask them.
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a) Is Tony the one with goatee? sorry but haven't watched 24 after season 1. I did try to get into it this season but the assasnation took the sail out of my wind and I stopped watching.
Tony? He's been in it since the first series, he's the agent who was initially suspicious of Jack, and was shagging Nina, but he became cool when he realised what was going on.

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Ahhh, those two were so big 20 years ago. How times change!

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c) Mansiere or Bro?
OK, no more man breasts, I'm sorry! Great Odins ravens!
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Tony is the one that constantly fails to believe that Jack is a good guy, right? The one who spends the first two seasons acting against him or something.
Just the first half of season 1, then he joins everyone else in breaking protocol to save Jack's ass
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So Jazy, I take it that you are playing some sort of RPG. What is it? Looks interesting.

I am playing "Neverwinter Nights", a game by BioWare. Despite it being some years old already, it is still very good, and has an active community of modders (The possibility to create your own modules and custom content and share it with others is probably why it is still so popular.). I have been playing tons of mods recently. This one is one of the "Dreamcatcher" series (The story of this one is actually told through three series of modules. Shadowlords, Dreamcatcher and Demon.)


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I am playing "Neverwinter Nights", a game by BioWare. Despite it being some years old already, it is still very good, and has an active community of modders (The possibility to create your own modules and custom content and share it with others is probably why it is still so popular.). I have been playing tons of mods recently. This one is one of the "Dreamcatcher" series (The story of this one is actually told through three series of modules. Shadowlords, Dreamcatcher and Demon.)


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I'm still only up to chapter 2 of that game, it's so big! Really wish I could find some proper time to play it, it's a very good game. At the moment I'm looking for werewolves and escaped prisoners (you can get them to cut their own ears off before slicing them to shreds!)
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