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  1. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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    So many crowbars.
     
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  2. TheDustyZebra

    TheDustyZebra Inspired. Or possibly insane. Could go either way. Staff Member

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    Needs more crowbar.
     
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  3. dannymcg

    dannymcg Yan Tan Tethera

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    Aaaah! Crowbar, of course....
    Crow-bar.jpg
     
  4. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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  5. Phyrebrat

    Phyrebrat ba-Ba-ba-brat

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    Wowowoe... I felt the pinch of the Sinister42 crowbar. I got given two days’ grace. Two!!

    Even I’ve never been that harsh in my two stints as SS custodian:D

    pH
     
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  6. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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    The Sinister Crowbar sounds like either a noir pulp novel or some kind of hipster brewpub in the Harry Potter Universe. "Yeah we went out to the Sinister Crowbar for a couple of small batch artisanal butterbeers."
     
  7. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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    Anyway, I'm still waiting for the author of @Dan Jones' story to get back to me with it - they were dealing with technological complications. I will keep my crowbar loaded. :)
     
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  8. Dan Jones

    Dan Jones Refreshed

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    Good work, Sinister. I like your no-nonsense approach to this management lark, you can come again ;)

    Technological problems, eh? Was it Vaz? I bet it was Vaz.
     
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  9. Phyrebrat

    Phyrebrat ba-Ba-ba-brat

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    Lok.

    Yeah, Vaz. Did you try turning it off and back on again?! Or perhaps you forgot to plug the charger in.

    :p

    pH
     
  10. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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  11. Cathbad

    Cathbad Male with Ugly (white) Beard

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    Ugh! Don't remind me!!

    I actually did that the other night - didn't remember until I got the warning my laptop was almost out of power!

    :confused:
     
  12. Victoria Silverwolf

    Victoria Silverwolf Vegetarian Werewolf

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    Two stories received.
     
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  13. holland

    holland caught in a trap, can't walk out

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    I just read mine and it's awesome! Reminds me of PKD!
     
  14. Phyrebrat

    Phyrebrat ba-Ba-ba-brat

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    I just read my second. A Ghost Train in the real sense, and it took me back to my childhood - not that I was a roustabout - when I used to secretly pine yet fear going on the Ghost Train at a funfair. Loved it! A fun story with details that makes me wonder if the writer was a roustabout themself in a prior life.

    or perhaps a....


    ROADIE! ;)

    Anyway, thank you so much to both my authors, whoever they are. It's so great to have not only a story on demand, but one that are so well written.

    pH
     
  15. Vaz

    Vaz We're in the pipe, five by five.

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    Thanks to my secret author


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  16. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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    Alright, still missing one story, but I'm going to put up the guessing thread this weekend regardless.
     
  17. Victoria Silverwolf

    Victoria Silverwolf Vegetarian Werewolf

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    I have read both of the stories I have received. One is an exciting adventure, the other an intriguing philosophical tale. Good work, folks.
     
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  18. Phyrebrat

    Phyrebrat ba-Ba-ba-brat

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    Guess-ing thread, Guess-ing thread, Guess-ing thread, etc

    I have no life, do I?

    :D
     
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  19. Starbeast

    Starbeast Benevolent Galaxy Being

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    I read mine. It reads like an excerpt from a novel. Definitely a professional author. Thank you, mystery type person. Kla-vin. Wha-hey.



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  20. johnnyjet

    johnnyjet Western PA High Tech Country Boy

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    I really enjoyed my story. Nice, original plot with a Philip K. Dick feel. Well done, mystery author!
     
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