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Old 03-01-2007, 05:28 PM   #16601
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Fahrenheit 451!


One of my favourite books!


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Old 03-01-2007, 05:28 PM   #16602
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Jatsie, what does "Size 0" mean?



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When it comes to that ghastly picture, I shudder to imagine.
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Old 03-01-2007, 05:43 PM   #16604
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Jatsie, what does "Size 0" mean?
Something quite scary, I defer to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Size_zero
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Old 03-01-2007, 06:51 PM   #16605
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Something quite scary, I defer to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Size_zero

I'm glad to say then, Khelgar is not a size 0.

And I agree, it is quite a scary thing.


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Old 03-02-2007, 12:57 AM   #16606
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Mainly it's the furniture, but now that you mention it, I'm not big on books either.

Books contain dangerous things like facts, and ideas. They must be kept out of the wrong hands!
That's alright. I can assure you I am the right hands for that sort of thing.

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I noticed I was left out also. But I will live ... somehow.

It's not even as if your four letter name would be hard to get in either. No nasty vowels to consider.
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I am half a Khelgar wide, and two Khelgars tall.
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Fahrenheit 451!
Don't you mean Indigo Prophecy 451.
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One of my favourite books!
Do you think this is giving Jat problems. that there is a book about burning books. Should he be in favour or against?
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Old 03-02-2007, 07:31 AM   #16607
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.....and wholly Khelgar obsessed.
No, no. I'm wholly Sand obsessed. Tibsie can tell you about the absolutely harmless article titled "The Importance of playing and experimenting with sand", which when read by a fan girl is very innuendo laden.

I mean, just look at him! Don't you want to play and experiment with Sand too?



And see? He doesn't look girly in-game.

But Khelgar is a better unit of measurement, because he's smaller than me. Sand is smaller than me too, what with being short even for an elf, but still not short enough to be used as a unit of measurement. So Khelgar it has to be.

Sand is maybe 1 and a half Khelgars tall.


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Do you think this is giving Jat problems. that there is a book about burning books. Should he be in favour or against?
He should be against burning books. That's the whole point of the book!



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Old 03-02-2007, 07:51 AM   #16608
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Whatever.
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Indeed.

http://infoceptor.net/files/media/Kerrigan_Vulture.wav
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Heh.

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Old 03-02-2007, 08:13 AM   #16611
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Okay, now you have officiallly confused me.


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And that takes quite an amount of work.
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Heh.

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Contents, more contents, my good man.

At least provide a link to a sound clip featuring a clever mix of voices from the units from Starcraft. This is Kerrigan by the way.

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That would probably require me to reinstall StarCraft, though. Which, in turn, would necessitate going home.

Actually, that's not a bad idea. But I can't, sadly. Too much to do.
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That would probably require me to reinstall StarCraft, though. Which, in turn, would necessitate going home.

Actually, that's not a bad idea. But I can't, sadly. Too much to do.
Going home and playing Starcraft > Writing essays.



Oops, I guess wrong thread?

BTW, do the British uni students get a spring break like their US counterparts? Maybe you can go home and thus enable yourself to provide us with more contents then? We all know nobody's killing this thread. After a nuclear holocaust, the only thing alive on the Earth would be this thread and the cockroaches. So we might as well try to entertain ourselves. Me thinks we need to be more entertaining and provide more contents to be eligible to post on this thread.
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My vacation (I prefer the term "holiday", but I suppose that I have to use the offical Oxford term) starts a week tomorrow. Thankfully.
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Do you think this is giving Jat problems. that there is a book about burning books. Should he be in favour or against?
I'm against, it's heretical, that's what it is! The sheer audacity to write about the glory of book burning in a filthy dirty rotten book, it's a bloody outrage!

It's like spray painting "vandalism is bad" on the side of St. Paul's Cathedral.
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*hides can of spraypaint*
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All right, all right. We'll kill it first, and then have tea and biscuits.



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I'm thinking of hiring someone else to help me with commentaries on the Thread.

Should I hire Montari, a Grrrlf, or a Trkaa?

Montari are a bit like a mix of a monkey and a meerkat, and they tunnel. They live in underground cities they build that way. The ons I've talked to (a Gold or a Silver Montari. Both are higher ranks, while the Grey Montari are the lower rank.) had a quite funny, a bit squeaky voice. Their society is arranged in a Caste system.

Grrrlf are wolf men. They have a tribal society, and have shamans and all. They tend to roll their "R"'s.

Trkaa are colourful birds, sleek runner birds (they can also fly, I think, but they have very long, strong legs, so they have no problem running too), that are often employed as messengers in the empire. I can't remember how they talk. I only met one once (a messenger), and I don't know how their society is arranged. I do know they live in structures calld "Wicks", though.


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