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Ok those of you on IRC may know i have financial troubles, if you don't you know now at least. Anyway the Internet looks to be a luxuary i may have to go without so that i can do more important things like eating.
As the topic line says though i will be back sooner or later but i'm really upset that i've had to do this...
Nightmare Creature great evil in female form who feeds upon... *screams* who's only weakness is *more screams*
Come back soon, it always sucks to lose a member of the forum.
For if one gave, he dared assert
He knew that man was repentant
For many a man is so hard of heart
He cannot weep even though he suffers sorely
Oh, sorry to hear about it Nightie. Shame chats seems to be more erm.. fun with you in, but don't fear I'm sure Hard_Aun will save a few chat logs for you entertainment
See you about, maybe
â€œCry â€˜Havocâ€™ and let slip the dogs of war!â€? - Julius Caesar, Act III, Scene I
Have fun, and don't become homeless.
i hope everything turns out for the best. yu will be missed around here. good luck and just remember this. The good thing about life is that it can ALWAYS get worse.
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If all else fails...eat the computer O.o'
Come back to us soon, Cherub, but do look after number one.
Be looking out for you...
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?
Hmmm. . . . . . .
We shall wait for your return, Nightmare.
For now, peace and good luck with your life.
"And whoever wants to be a creator in good and evil, must first be an annihilator and break values. Thus the highest evil belongs to the greatest goodness: but this is--being creative."
~ Friedrich Nietzsche ~