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    Quote Originally Posted by md5fungi View Post
    I plan on being completely shitfaced most of the week that this is all starting, but will try my best to participate.
    I hate you all.

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    I kinda feel bad now (I know, NF, shut up). We just wanted you guys to say just one thing to acknowledge the game though.

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    At some point I am hoping to get a nice "I told you so" in here somewhere.
    "I don't have psychological problems." --Madrigal

    "When you write about shooting Polemarch in the head, that's more like a first-person view, like you're there looking down the sight of the gun." --Utisz

    David Wong, regarding Chicago
    Six centuries ago, the pre-Colombian natives who settled here named this region with a word which in their language means "the Mouth of Shadow". Later, the Iroquois who showed up and inexplicably slaughtered every man, woman and child renamed it "Seriously, Fuck that Place". When French explorer Jacques Marquette passed through the area he marked his map with a drawing of a brownish blob emerging from between the Devil's buttocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osito Polar View Post
    At some point I am hoping to get a nice "I told you so" in here somewhere.
    You're a townie. I told you so.



    Hey, fungi!

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    I'm not even disappointed, because I never make it past the first round, pretty much ever. I just hope people generate the right conclusions from my death.
    We didn't land on Plymouth Rock. Plymouth Rock landed on us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polemarch View Post
    I'm not even disappointed, because I never make it past the first round, pretty much ever. I just hope people generate the right conclusions from my death.
    *Baha'i
    *Likes hot dogs
    *Enjoys watching the Bulls
    *Cubs fan

    How'd they do?
    "I don't have psychological problems." --Madrigal

    "When you write about shooting Polemarch in the head, that's more like a first-person view, like you're there looking down the sight of the gun." --Utisz

    David Wong, regarding Chicago
    Six centuries ago, the pre-Colombian natives who settled here named this region with a word which in their language means "the Mouth of Shadow". Later, the Iroquois who showed up and inexplicably slaughtered every man, woman and child renamed it "Seriously, Fuck that Place". When French explorer Jacques Marquette passed through the area he marked his map with a drawing of a brownish blob emerging from between the Devil's buttocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polemarch View Post
    I'm not even disappointed, because I never make it past the first round, pretty much ever. I just hope people generate the right conclusions from my death.
    One conclusion may be that my test is not very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osito Polar View Post
    *Baha'i
    Close. There's a pretty awesome Baha'i temple in Wilmette, which is only about 20 minutes from my house. There are only seven in the world, and this is the only one in the United States. It's a remarkable building and definitely worth a visit from anyone.

    Baha'i is based on three basic principles:

    1. the unity of God: that there is only one God who is the source of all creation
    2. the unity of religion: that all major religions have the same spiritual source and come from the same God
    3. the unity of humanity: that all humans have been created equal, and that diversity of race and culture are seen as worthy of appreciation and acceptance

    I can theoretically swing number 3, since the idea of equality is constructed anyway. If there's such a thing as people being equal, then I suppose all people are equal. I don't believe in God, so number 1 is out, but if there were a God, I'm fine with there being only one. Monotheism is no more or less credible to me than polytheism. Number 2 sounds like a conceit designed to get people to compromise.

    But I digress...

    FALSE

    *Likes hot dogs
    Who doesn't, my man? I know Chicago is supposed to be the hot dog mecca, but I've never been a fan of the fully loaded suicide dogs they serve here. All beef is a great start, but they like to load it up with mustard, sweet peppers, sport peppers, onions, an elephant, mythic dust, rapture, and celery salt, whatever that is. I prefer my all beef hot dog to be accompanied by mustard, mayo, and privacy. And maybe another hot dog.

    But if you're ever on the northside of Chicago and want a true adventure in hot dogs, I recommend you visit our homegrown treasure:



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    Enjoys watching the Bulls
    The year was 2002. I was finishing my third year at UCLA, and didn't own a car. The bus system in Westwood was solid, and you could ride the "Big Blue Bus" for free with a Bruin Card. I was sitting in the bar area of a nice restaurant in Marina Del Rey. The Sacramento Kings led the Western Conference finals by a score of 2 games to 1. I could barely contain my mirth as the Kings built a massive 24 point lead in Game 4. But something happened. Every call went against them for the rest of the game, and the Lakers, yes the Shaq/Kobe juggernaut, chipped away to win Game 4 on a Robert "Bigshot Bob" Horry prayer at the buzzer. And over the next few days, the better team lost in 7. That was the last day I watched the NBA.

    For more info, read this or this or this or this

    FALSE

    Cubs fan
    Well, this one is tough. Would you say that this man is a fan of religious freedom?



    Unfortunately, SOMEWHAT TRUE
    We didn't land on Plymouth Rock. Plymouth Rock landed on us.

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    Is anyone dead interested in knowing the roles? It's too fun right now to keep it all to myself. xD

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    Kyuri, I think that's a bad idea because the dead players will be tempted to stay in the game and influence it. Please don't tell any dead players anything, it's only going to spell trouble.

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