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Mon Sep 4 08:30:25 2017
But I want to promote FF at work with a shirt

Mon Sep 4 11:06:10 2017
I wouldn't mind promoting Novacrow either, but I can guarantee I would be sacked. My Facebook might say I work at witchcraft as a mercenary, but, like university girl friend being a dark elf, I made that bit up.

Robert Douglas
Mon Sep 4 11:33:07 2017
Apparently you can purchase FF t-shirts from Amazon.

Mon Sep 4 13:56:38 2017

Is there an economic crisis going on at your end? I always thought we were all holding high-tech nerd jobs, and that we are irreplacable to our bosses...
On another note, what's Novacrow? I may need to brush up my nerd credentials a bit. :-)

Lord Salamander
Mon Sep 4 14:42:34 2017
I've said too much. I definitely work at witchcraft. That's what happens when you get 2:2, even with an MEng (Hons)0Oxon.

Novacrow are a goth metal band from Wolverhampton though they studied at Liverpool. They are amazing talents and I support their efforts wherever possible.

As for economic crisis though after watching them at Metal days, Megadeth at Bloodstock and Sister Shotgun at Bridgnorth all my cards are maxed out. Alex Sanders supposedly magicked up a vast fortune,but I didn't.

Wed Sep 6 10:15:02 2017
In other news Anthrax Breathing Lightning is dead good and like much of their stuff is based on Stephen King more science fiction material.

Sat Sep 9 05:53:45 2017
Lord Salamander likes to troll himself.

Sat Sep 9 13:02:23 2017
You are more right than you know. Ever heard Sad But True by Metallica?

Sun Sep 10 20:40:07 2017
When i was a kid i always thought he was saying sad patrol.

Mon Sep 11 06:36:17 2017
Which reminds me of Megadeth's Dawn Patrol, my preferred band by far. I did try to order Port of Peril at Dudley library.

Andrč M. Pietroschek
Fri Sep 15 12:22:22 2017
It is VERY basic, but i finished my first self-made survey on fantasy fiction, FF, and CYOA!


One day, and without a throttled-down connection, I may return to my beloved hobby.

Tue Sep 19 00:47:21 2017
Portal of Peril requires a parody.

Fri Sep 22 10:38:49 2017
Tamster you seem the woman to do this.

Phil Sadler
Fri Sep 22 16:20:21 2017
I thought it was a parody?

Fri Sep 22 17:34:09 2017
Where's Basil Brush when you need him

Robert Douglas
Sun Sep 24 21:06:24 2017
'That what happens when you get a dodgy 'port' to another format, spelling mistakes, you see...WHA-HA-HAHAHAHA! Boom, boom!' BTW, I love Basil Brush and his laugh. But they seem to have toned down the new version of him.

Mon Sep 25 10:43:33 2017
There's a new version? Sweet holy Astarte why don't we have Roland Rat and Lord Charles team up with new versions of Minder and The Professionals ? Is nothing sacred? Inanna WEPT

Robert Douglas
Mon Sep 25 20:35:40 2017
They might just do that with Minder and many other golden TV series. 'Survivors' was first televised in the mid-1970's, for example, and then remade for the 20-noughties. They've also done a TV series based on 'Lethal Weapon' duo Riggs and Murtaugh (but played by different actors). I'd wish they'd show old Basil Brush shows from 1970's on Digital, just like BBC Four's 'Top of the Pops: 1984' (or whatever year they decide to play). Ah, how I fondly remember that neon pink record exploding during opening credits! Thursday nights were a treat back in those days. Sacred. However, I would also add that there have been some fantastic shows over the years, up to present day. Years from now people will be looking back at Game of Thrones and others.

Tue Sep 26 09:45:35 2017
There was already a remake of Minder with Shane Ritchie or such nonentity,it lasted six episodes.

Tue Sep 26 10:55:49 2017
I have become quite enamoured of a short gamebook idea called A Day in the Life. 'YOU are an overweight 40 year old. Can YOU make it through an entire day at Bloodstock and watch Megadeth's set, in the face of security guards, spiralling inebriation, people dressed up as horror characters, drug fiends on Black Mamba, the legendary bin jousting, musicians who want to knock you through the wall and the dreaded BLACK DOG?'

Wed Sep 27 19:21:47 2017
Started writing A Day in the Life....

Robert Douglas
Wed Oct 4 16:50:00 2017
And everything stopped on the 27th September.

Thu Oct 5 02:26:14 2017
Yes. Yes it did.

Mon Oct 16 00:07:32 2017
We got snow then it rained and the snow melted :(

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