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Postby COWBOY OF TEXAS » Mon Sep 04, 2006 10:40 pm

Hmm... seems like something happened to those boards. :(




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Postby Olivia Blackgaard » Mon Sep 04, 2006 11:14 pm

Not the boards, the website itself...

Or maybe I've truly, completely lost my mind in a blissful frolic with insanity to escape my current position?
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Postby COWBOY OF TEXAS » Tue Sep 05, 2006 1:57 am

The latter. ;)


And just what is your current postition, and why did you come back?




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Postby Hakeber BC Rathbne Doyle » Tue Sep 05, 2006 3:08 am

Hey, Rachael, stop d playacting and be yourself, please I can't stand Olivia.
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Postby Oba-rai » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:22 am

Olivia has more depth than any other character in this storyarc, Hakeber. If you don't like her...eh.

Self appointed NPC's are always the best.
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Postby Chandler » Tue Sep 05, 2006 9:11 am

Except when you're wading through 9 pages of the thread trying to find out how to solve this problem... :anxious:
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Postby STRYPER » Tue Sep 05, 2006 9:14 am

Haha, sorry Chandler

happy catching up...
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Postby Stubborn » Tue Sep 05, 2006 10:34 am

*chatches up*

But I´m no closer to the end then I was before... ;)

EDIT: Why is ¨Yah¨ in jail? Seems to me that there are a lot of imprisonments (whatever) happening lately... :-k

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Postby Trent DeWhite » Tue Sep 05, 2006 10:42 am

Click on the Judgement button that correlates to the imprisoned individual.

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It should explain why the user was jailed.
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Postby NatetheGreat » Tue Sep 05, 2006 10:58 am

Wowzers, alot be happening. \:D/
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Postby Olivia Blackgaard » Tue Sep 05, 2006 3:24 pm

Sarai Binghamton wrote:Olivia has more depth than any other character in this storyarc, Hakeber. If you don't like her...eh.

Self appointed NPC's are always the best.



Thank you, Sarai!

And I must say, I agree with you. If Rachael was three-dimensional, then Olivia is... four-dimensional! I had no idea that it was Olivia, not Rachael, who mirrored my soul and my angst and my spunk and my hope for the future and my pain and my strength so well! It was eye opening. In fact, I didn't even know very much about what Olivia was like as an adult (besides the fact that she was generally very cool and aloof with her mother who 'abandoned' her a decade before) until I started writing Rachael's demise. I was writing a scene in which Eugene and Jonathan are following her at her job, and I wrote that Eugene went up to her and said, "Rachael."

Imagine my surprise when the tall, slender brunette turned around, flared her nostrils, and said, "Why does everyone call me by my mother's name? My name is Olivia!"

And suddenly the story made sense. I was writing about Rachael's demise through Olivia's pain about it, not because it was officially happening in the story. It was very epiphanical. (Is that a word?)
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Postby Hakeber BC Rathbne Doyle » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:13 pm

Olivia Blackgaard wrote:
Sarai Binghamton wrote:Olivia has more depth than any other character in this storyarc, Hakeber. If you don't like her...eh.

Self appointed NPC's are always the best.



Thank you, Sarai!

And I must say, I agree with you. If Rachael was three-dimensional, then Olivia is... four-dimensional! I had no idea that it was Olivia, not Rachael, who mirrored my soul and my angst and my spunk and my hope for the future and my pain and my strength so well! It was eye opening. In fact, I didn't even know very much about what Olivia was like as an adult (besides the fact that she was generally very cool and aloof with her mother who 'abandoned' her a decade before) until I started writing Rachael's demise. I was writing a scene in which Eugene and Jonathan are following her at her job, and I wrote that Eugene went up to her and said, "Rachael."

Imagine my surprise when the tall, slender brunette turned around, flared her nostrils, and said, "Why does everyone call me by my mother's name? My name is Olivia!"

And suddenly the story made sense. I was writing about Rachael's demise through Olivia's pain about it, not because it was officially happening in the story. It was very epiphanical. (Is that a word?)


Whatever is it, Rachael, you are annoying. UGH!
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Postby Tim Peterson » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:25 pm

Hakeber BC Rathbne Doyle wrote:Whatever is it, Rachael, you are annoying. UGH!

Is that really such a nice thing to say? If you don't like it, just ignore it. I'm ignoring all this role-playing stuff just fine myself. ;)
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:32 pm

Hakeber BC Rathbne Doyle wrote:Whatever is it, Rachael, you are annoying. UGH!


Hakebar, I've had quite enough of your horribly childish and disrespectful attitude.

You've annoyed me in one way or another on several occasions, but have I ever once complained publicly about you (except for now which I felt I needed to)?

No.

So I would appreciate it if you would extend that same courtesy to others. You don't like Rachael's role-playing; fine. Not a problem, your opinion, no biggie. But it's going to happen and there's nothing wrong with it and it's not going to stop, so you're going to simply have to deal with it in a much different manner then you have in the last couple of days, or ignore it.

Simple as that.
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Postby Olivia Blackgaard » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:34 pm

Exactly. *hugs Jonathan for sticking up for her*

I've come to terms with the fact that it may be a very long time before you act like one of the more mature members of this board, and you should come to terms with the same about me. ;)
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Postby bookworm » Tue Sep 05, 2006 9:51 pm

Catspaw wrote:
Lord_Kappa wrote:[color=green]Let me explain... no, there is too much. Let me sum up.

I love the Princess Bride line! \:D/ I definitely laughed when I saw that!



My thought exactly. Excet I owuld have put I ~absolutely~ love :D
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Postby STRYPER » Tue Sep 05, 2006 11:49 pm

Jonathan wrote:
Hakeber BC Rathbne Doyle wrote:Whatever is it, Rachael, you are annoying. UGH!


Hakebar, I've had quite enough of your horribly childish and disrespectful attitude.

You've annoyed me in one way or another on several occasions, but have I ever once complained publicly about you (except for now which I felt I needed to)?

No.

So I would appreciate it if you would extend that same courtesy to others. You don't like Rachael's role-playing; fine. Not a problem, your opinion, no biggie. But it's going to happen and there's nothing wrong with it and it's not going to stop, so you're going to simply have to deal with it in a much different manner then you have in the last couple of days, or ignore it.

Simple as that.


Couldn't this have been a PM? :anxious:
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Postby NatetheGreat » Wed Sep 06, 2006 5:17 am

STRYPER wrote:
Jonathan wrote:
Hakeber BC Rathbne Doyle wrote:Whatever is it, Rachael, you are annoying. UGH!


Hakebar, I've had quite enough of your horribly childish and disrespectful attitude.

You've annoyed me in one way or another on several occasions, but have I ever once complained publicly about you (except for now which I felt I needed to)?

No.

So I would appreciate it if you would extend that same courtesy to others. You don't like Rachael's role-playing; fine. Not a problem, your opinion, no biggie. But it's going to happen and there's nothing wrong with it and it's not going to stop, so you're going to simply have to deal with it in a much different manner then you have in the last couple of days, or ignore it.

Simple as that.


Couldn't this have been a PM? :anxious:


Ditto... :anxious:

Private > Leaders > Public O:)

(Eccept perhaps not the leaders part... :anxious: )
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Postby J-man » Wed Sep 06, 2006 5:33 am

You might want to knock the leaders out of that right now.. ;)
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Postby NatetheGreat » Wed Sep 06, 2006 5:36 am

NatetheGreat wrote:(Eccept perhaps not the leaders part... :anxious: )


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