Saturday, September 10, 2011

Gone North

Change of location, change of scenery, change of address.
I finish unpacking, cook myself some food, turn on the computer.
AND THEN I FIND THAT EVERYONE HAS GONE MAD AS WELL AND THEY'RE SQUABBLING LIKE CHILDREN.

You're all very lucky that I'm north of the border, or there'd be a lot more shouting.

In retrospect this needs explaining.
So, Spencer and Elaine and Steele have gone crazy. Crazier. Doc is still pretty okay.
Elaine is threatening Steele, Doc has gotten kicked out of the basement which is where the medical supplies are (presumably) and they've locked up a rogue proxy. BRILLIANT. Absolutely fanfuckingtastic.
And the proxy is Morningstar and Jake is apparently running around being dumbshit and making cryptic threats.
Oh. That's a nice idea.

I've just realized. I'm an utter bastard.
And it works.

None of you can see it now, but I'm grinning like a lunatic.
So, like me.

17 comments:

  1. Keep up with the times. Morningstar is practically old news by now. The new big thing is that Schrodinger died. And now everybody is sad as well as mad.

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  2. The messenger seemed upset. She must have been amazing.

    Have things been better since you moved?

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  3. Ah. Well at least somethings have been better. Keep safe up there.

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  4. Sanity is fleeting, Nemo.

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  5. When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness. To surrender dreams — this may be madness. To seek treasure where there is only trash. Too much sanity may be madness — and maddest of all: to see life as it is, and not as it should be!
    ~Raven

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  6. I would imagine this to be, in your mind, some manner of a face slap, and it would be, if I did not I not agree entirely, Nemo/Raven whoever you happen to currently be, a well player attempt.

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  7. My apologies, I was busy at that moment of posting, searching a nearby railroad on a map.

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  8. Still searching, I see, your grammar's gone to pot.

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  9. All the world's a stage,
    And all the men and women merely players:
    They have their exits and their entrances;
    And one man in his time plays many parts,

    ---
    There are grammatical errors even in his silence.
    ~Raven

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  10. Presenting a man of many parts:

    [12:15] ~Sifkie: I'm guessing you're just going ot sit there again
    [12:15] Letters: Typos already, Sifkie? For shame.
    [12:15] Letters: Who's Dirg?
    [12:16] ~Sifkie: no idea
    [12:16] ~Sifkie: this is the third or fourth time he's been around whilst I've been here
    [12:16] ~Sifkie: he just sort of sits there
    [12:16] ~Sifkie: never saying anything
    [12:16] Letters: ...
    [12:16] Letters: Creeper.
    [12:16] ~Sifkie: not that I know it's a "he"
    [12:16] Narhyia: Back <3
    [12:17] Letters: :)
    [12:17] ~Sifkie: so how are you all?
    [12:17] Narhyia: good thanks
    [12:17] Letters: yeaahhh,
    [12:17] Letters: Not back.
    [12:17] Letters: ...
    [12:17] Letters: Now I'm doing it.
    [12:17] Letters: Not bad.
    [12:18] Narhyia: GLASS HOUSES


    This is precisely why I took steps. My apologies, Nemo, for taking up your comments, ENVY does enjoy squabbling over the affairs of others. And now I shall take my own exit, for now.

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  12. Well that was an interesting read. Raven you have an account, why do you keep using Nemo's?

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