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Unread 22nd of July, 2008, 22:55
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Good luck! Self-improvement is always worth it. Or at least so I think.
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Unread 29th of July, 2008, 01:29
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I'm out of the game. Have fun guys.

Anyone who wants to communicate with me can do so privately, by email. game_bird at hotmail.
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Unread 29th of July, 2008, 06:05
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I'm sorry to hear that GB.
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Unread 29th of July, 2008, 07:17
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Well I don't know what to say other than that bites.

I thought Breena would either follow Brit and have a showdown, or be happy to be on her own.

Not that you want to hear it from me GB, but I do hope things go well for you.
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Unread 29th of July, 2008, 07:31
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Yes, good luck GB, and hopefully everything you've got going on works out for the best.
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Unread 30th of July, 2008, 04:14
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Okay, so, how do we move on from here? Should we just continue as we would have, seeing as Zora would have been able to get Brit back into the room for further discussion.
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Unread 30th of July, 2008, 05:07
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*stormclouds*

Just RP it out and I'll take Bree from now on. Honestly, I was going to let Gunther pull guard duty for any full-party outing (meaning he'd be staying behind, like Leiko and Red-Eye), but I think that it would be... more appropriate now if I allow Breena to take over the caretaker role, and help out with Wybert. If that's cool with folks it'll happen when everyone ventures out.

As a quick point of discussion, please outline to me what you all are planning to do, (via PM if you prefer, or right here) in regard to the next few days, week, etc. I'm definitely seeing the suggestion of a "two front" tactic from the group, but I want to be clear, because I'm sick of stepping on folks' toes, and tired of there being confusion and contention with a bloody game.

Continue with the discussion IC, and I'll react accordingly via Breena and the other NPCs.
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Unread 30th of July, 2008, 05:35
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Hey, you haven't stepped on my toes in quite awhile. In fact I've gone back to wearing regular ole boots instead of steel toed.

I don't know if it's a two front 'tatic', or just two differing opinions on which path to take.

Also, Gunther is not the only one here, there is also Lief, and Lassi (I think that's right), so it's not like there is absolutely no one here besides the sick. (Yes this will be and would have been one of Brit's points)
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Unread 31st of July, 2008, 23:58
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Chris privately mocked me heartily for saying we could slip under our enemies' radar. Who else caught that? Sucks that things fell the way they did this week, ordinarily someone would have said that in this thread, I think, and we'd all have had a good chuckle.

Anyway, I've thought about it, and Zora's going to sit here quietly and wait for the reaction to Brit's speech. There's stuff she could say, but the unexpected turn of Kirfah's question stunned her first, then the speech going into the territory of faith and hope further drove her off her train of thought. Rather than post that Zora sits there in thoughtful silence and break up the dialogue, I'll let you know, Zora sits there in thoughtful silence.
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Unread 1st of August, 2008, 11:39
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Ok...
It's 10:30 at night. Got invited to a BBQ and a little side tracked from posting. The pint of rum isn't helping. Luckily mozilla has spell check.
Going to go finish the IC post. TTYL.
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Unread 1st of August, 2008, 15:08
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Pint? That's... downright 'Murican of ya, Dal.
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Unread 1st of August, 2008, 21:27
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But the alcohol helps clean away that filthy feeling.
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Unread 1st of August, 2008, 22:50
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Filthy, eh? What's going on?
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Unread 1st of August, 2008, 23:52
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For once I wasn't involved. I have a rock solid alibi. I was watching Dr. Who.
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Wooohooooo, go Dr. Who!
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Filthy as in Canadians lowering themselves to using Pint and Quart to describe liquid measurements. But only for alcohol so it almost balances out. We're gonna have to start referring to a pints as a half liter.
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Unread 2nd of August, 2008, 02:03
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Dude, that is just wrong. I mean, hell, how much is half a liter? Well, at least you were telling us in drams.
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Unread 2nd of August, 2008, 02:13
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Unread 2nd of August, 2008, 03:01
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Ha. I was wondering what exactly Canadians barbeque, myself.
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Unread 2nd of August, 2008, 03:26
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Well last night our host provided some hot dogs and chicken skewers with some sort of herb and spice. They were pretty good. For anything else it was BYOB and some people had burgers, one even brought veggie burgers. I had thought about getting one of the deer stakes out of the freezer for the event (since I have recently had to store my own BBQ at my mothers place) but ended up running out of time and just grabbed some chicken burgers from the grocery store on the way. Someone mentioned thinking about shrimp skewers but decided not to spend the cash.

Other than that there is of course the standard penguin fillets and polar bear t-bones. ;P

Actually moose and elk meat is terrific if one can get their hands on it. I keep hearing good things about shark stake but have yet to try it.
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Unread 2nd of August, 2008, 04:46
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Sounds good. I bet that deer steak would have been reaaaaaaall good.

That polar bear sounds good as well. You should ship some down here to us.
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Unread 2nd of August, 2008, 04:58
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Shark steak is very good. It's not very dry or fishy. I like it, at least.

A polar bear porterhouse. That would... that would be expensive.
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Unread 2nd of August, 2008, 13:33
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Black market expensive since they are protected.
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Unread 3rd of August, 2008, 02:11
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Nah, it's cool. I know a guy who knows an Eskimo who know an Inuit...

I think I just went and outlined, definitively, "black market."

As you were.
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Unread 3rd of August, 2008, 07:01
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Alright, but see, again, you haven't touched on the one that confuses me. How's the penguin filet getting there? Seems it would be a little... less than fresh.
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