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Post by Skyman » Thu Dec 29, 2005 4:41 pm

Yes I'm glad they didn't keep you there thru the morning. Travel chi is strong in you.

I only say GURPs before HERO because of my order of experience. Not in either's superior quality over the other... or which gave birth to the other... such things are trivial when in capable hands such as yours.
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Post by devlin1 » Thu Dec 29, 2005 4:49 pm


[quote="Skyman"]I only say GURPs before HERO because of my order of experience. Not in either's superior quality over the other... or which gave birth to the other... [/quote]
I know. I'm just being a jerk.



But I am [i]not [/i]a jerk.



Technically, I played GURPS before HERO myself, but that was back in high school (although I remember playing Worlds of Wonder, Steve Jackson's prototypical GURPS, in... elementary school?), and we didn't play it much before I lent my boxed set to this guy Mike Choi, and then I didn't get it back from him before I graduated, and then he went to, like, some kind of "institution" because he was a little on the unstable side. So needless to say, I never saw my GURPS boxed set again.



However, I do have 3rd Edition and many, many supplements for it in PDF form, thanks to that bisexual porn addict who ran the Paranoia game Albert and I were in earlier this year. But the only one I've read is GURPS Sex.

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Post by jimmy corrigan » Thu Dec 29, 2005 5:09 pm


[quote="devlin1"]But I am [i]not [/i]a jerk.[/quote]haha! you got me. jackass.

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Post by jimmy corrigan » Thu Dec 29, 2005 5:13 pm


[quote="devlin1"]...I lent my boxed set to this guy Mike Choi, and then I didn't get it back from him before I graduated, and then he went to, like, some kind of "institution" because he was a little on the unstable side. So needless to say, I never saw my GURPS boxed set again.[/quote]what do you have against my people? first, we look all alike. now, we're all crazy? thanks, dude. thanks a lot.
[quote="devlin1"]But the only one I've read is GURPS Sex.[/quote]did you get the femdom splatbook? it's rad.


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Post by Skyman » Thu Dec 29, 2005 5:31 pm


Oh the Jerk thing I know...the Fucker thing too but that's another cue card of fun.





Mike Choi? Sounds familiar...and yet not. Like Albert says
[quote="Jimmy Corrigan"]what do you have against my people? first, we look all alike. now, we're all crazy? thanks, dude. thanks a lot.[/quote]
Cr8Z AZN?

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[quote="jimmy corrigan"] cha-lee tank yu belly much.[/quote]

"belly"? What do you mean by that?











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Post by devlin1 » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:05 pm


[quote="Malachi37931"]"belly"? What do you mean by that?











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It's Korean for "thread necromancy."

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Post by Wintermute » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:07 pm


[quote="devlin1"]It's Korean for "thread necromancy."[/quote]

I thought it was yiddish for "Ban me!"

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Post by devlin1 » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:10 pm


[quote="Wintermute"]I thought it was yiddish for "Ban me!"[/quote]
It means many things to many peoples around the world.

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Post by Skyman » Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:11 pm

Or it's auto post bot language for 'now you see my post and now you don't... I'm a haxxor and I blow floppy donkey dinky'
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