[Crash Update ... ah, screw it.] Trail Rage

[Crash Update ... ah, screw it.] Trail Rage

Postby Entrophy on Tue Feb 03, 2004 4:19 pm

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Yeah, yeah. I'm falling behind even though these are just filler and aren't even on the main site. Wah, wah.
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thar she blows!

Postby Pzambert on Tue Feb 03, 2004 6:33 pm

must. zap. something.

entrophy wrote:Yeah, yeah. I'm falling behind even though these are just filler and aren't even on the main site. Wah, wah.


yeah! though i suppose this is more than i would normally expect... congrats, mark; you've lowered my standards.

btw, the red light is supposed to be on top. even england has that right, though i can't vouch for australia.
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Duck! The wizard's at critical mass!

Postby Entrophy on Tue Feb 03, 2004 7:56 pm

pzambert wrote:congrats, mark; you've lowered my standards.


A day's work well done. Well, maybe a couple hours' work. Okay, so it's not so much work as fooling around. A couple hours' fooling around well done. Well, adequately done.

pzambert wrote:btw, the red light is supposed to be on top. even england has that right, though i can't vouch for australia.


I don't know what you're talking about. Also, I fixed that before you posted.
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huh?

Postby Pzambert on Tue Feb 03, 2004 8:09 pm

entrophy wrote:A day's work well done. Well, maybe a couple hours' work. Okay, so it's not so much work as fooling around. A couple hours' fooling around well done. Well, adequately done.


yeah, i was gonna say work had nothing to do w/it. at least, not very much...

entrophy wrote:I don't know what you're talking about. Also, I fixed that before you posted.


uh huh... and it took me a little while to actually post. so there!
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Time time time time time time

Postby Sparafucile on Wed Feb 04, 2004 12:06 pm

Is Pungent checking a non-existent watch?
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Re: Time time time time time time

Postby Entrophy on Wed Feb 04, 2004 1:23 pm

Sparafucile wrote:Is Pungent checking a non-existent watch?


Yes. Mark did the same thing when the group was leaving Pickin's. I like that gag.
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go! go! go! P! P! P!

Postby Pzambert on Wed Feb 04, 2004 2:52 pm

entrophy wrote:Yes. Mark did the same thing when the group was leaving Pickin's. I like that gag.


it seems like a mark thing to do.
what is artenir doing? does he need a potty break?
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Re: go! go! go! P! P! P!

Postby Sparafucile on Wed Feb 04, 2004 2:54 pm

pzambert wrote:what is artenir doing? does he need a potty break?

He's backing away from the enraged mage. Seems like a wise course of action.

I didn't notice the Pikins thing. That's funny.
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bwahaha

Postby Pzambert on Wed Feb 04, 2004 3:54 pm

Sparafucile wrote:He's backing away from the enraged mage. Seems like a wise course of action.


why would you say that? ::grin::

it doesn't matter; he won't get far...
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Tick.

Postby Sparafucile on Thu Feb 05, 2004 9:46 am

Do you actually wear your watch on your right wrist, Mark? I remembered someone other than me did that, but I thought it was Derek.
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Garish plastic is back *in*!

Postby Entrophy on Thu Feb 05, 2004 11:00 am

Sparafucile wrote:Do you actually wear your watch on your right wrist, Mark? I remembered someone other than me did that, but I thought it was Derek.


I used to, but I stopped when I started using a mouse consistantly. You might say I'm a switch-watcher. Which is like a swatch-watcher, except without the different fabric examples.
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clock tick or twitch tick?

Postby Pzambert on Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:27 pm

Sparafucile wrote:Do you actually wear your watch on your right wrist, Mark? I remembered someone other than me did that, but I thought it was Derek.


i do.
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Tock

Postby Miesl on Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:54 pm

Sparafucile wrote:Do you actually wear your watch on your right wrist, Mark?


People wear watches on wrists other than the right? *pokes at delusion bubble* Huh.
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Postby Pzambert on Thu Feb 05, 2004 3:08 pm

miesl wrote:People wear watches on wrists other than the right? *pokes at delusion bubble* Huh.


i know a set of twins that both wear it on their right, even though one is left-handed and the other right.
most right-handed people wear it on their left.
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