[Dweller: You buffoon. Do you really think, "Hey, I'll go onto this paid authors website and take up some of his space with an ad for my Apple app. Surely, Mr. Gaiman is such a kindly gent that if I asked I could put a sticker for my game on his black jacket the next time I see him. We entrepreneurs shall decorate this author like he's a friggin' NASCAR driver and he'll thank us for it."
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Dweller, have I told you lately that I love you?
Did you know? When it snows, my eyes become large and the light that you shine can't be seen.
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"Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"
a peek inside the whirlwind of my thoughts
|Yahr, fear the power of the elf-man!|
It is not even a sentence (not that I should judge), and I find it very confusing.
Am I training myself by the end of the world...and then killing zombies is a bonus?
Doesn't the end of the world mean the end of zombies?
Is killing zombies part of training course for something else?
Is there some sort of test or exam at the end of the world?
|Knows what a real civil war should be|
This is why I'm not a mod. I would have fun trololololing spammers at first but then my head would eventually explode.
I just think of it as a way to let out my creative side.
"Why are there ghosts in the kitchen punching each other in the balls?" - Aidan, "Being Human"
"Christianity has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried."
- G.K. Chesterton
My moderator voice is red.
|Traditional Dutch chocolatier|
I'm gonna sue him for discrimination.
Things never were what they used to be.
Come to Michigan, where you can go to university to learn how to prepare for the zombie apocalypse!
~ Non-Mod-Amy, aka Amy of the Lost Ark
You are a Bookholder. To prompt, or...LINE! (not to prompt) --not to prompt. That is the question. Whether t'is nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of a bad memory, or to take arms against a sea of textual deviations, and...LINE! (by opposing) --by opposing them...LINE! (end) --end...LINE! (them) --end them...LINE! (to prompt, to correct; no more; and by a correction to say we end the heart-ache of a really terrible performance) You didn't have to give me the whole thing! I know it!
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