5th of May

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  1. Dark Elf

    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    ... and the patches of snow outside receive reinforcements in the form of heavy snowfall.

    Feels good to be a northener, though honestly, spring would be a nice change now.
     
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    wobbler Well-Known Member

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    What, you mean you haven't recieved the +10 degrees celcius patch?
     
  3. Dark Elf

    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    No, instead we received the subarctic bug.
     
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    wobbler Well-Known Member

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    ouch that sucks.

    You should consider moving south during spring.
     
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    Xz Monkey Admin Staff Member

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    To DE that is blasphemy. However I'll still back that suggestion.
     
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    DarkFool Nemesis of the Ancients

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    DarkFool Nemesis of the Ancients

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    Holy fuck, Milo?!

    ...anyone else ever notice he joined the day after the WTC attacj?
     
  9. Milo

    Milo New Member

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    Day of. I'm GMT -8.

    Yeah, I'm such a bastard that I woke up, saw the WTC get destroyed, then later that day got stuck in Arcanum & registered here.

    Enough about that, Cinco de Mayo isn't about terrorist threats to my freedom or game crippling bugs. It's about how Mexicans can whip some French ass & show them the true meaning of machismo.
     
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    If it was BHoff, I would question whether it was a coincidence.

    You know what he thinks of Mexicans.
     
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    Well, yesterday there was a hailstorm. Hailstorms are awesome, wish they happened more often. Even though I´m kinda scared something like the hailstorm in Day After Tomorrow happening... a big chunk of ice falling on my head.

    :D
     
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    Muro Well-Known Member

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    Ah, the CHUJ has returned.

    Hehehehehehe. Hehe. Funny.
     
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    Milo New Member

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    Wow, CharlesBHoff... Does he still post? I don't remember him hating Mexicans, but he did have some wacked political views.

    It's awesome to see so many old timers still here keeping HoL alive. It always makes me smile when I visit back & this little piece of the Internet that Calis & co. made for us like 10 years ago is still up & running.
     
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    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    As long as I still draw breath, you can be damned sure that T-A will remain right where it is, even if the entirety of its activity will be comprised of me replying to threads made by future sockpuppets.

    I also feel the urge to give you your Minister of Silly Walks avatar back.
     
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    Transparent Painting Well-Known Member

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    It's 40 degrees over in Thailand. I really miss the Swedish "summer".
     
  16. Dark Elf

    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    I can't live in such temperatures. 25 is the absolute limit, any hotter than that and I set up camp in the fridge.
     
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    Same here. You could try setting the camp somewhere near dairy products, probably in a market. More space, less privacy... and people tend to stare.
    Fools. They don't understand.
     
  18. Dark Elf

    Dark Elf Administrator Staff Member

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    Killinggänget understood.

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    I didn't know you give summer fridge interviews, DE. Sadly, your sung wisdom was but crazy tribal mantra to me, but then again, it only made it more entertaining.
     
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    I think Satan's trying to say something. Somebody's playing the audio tracks backwards.
     
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