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Dave and Cindy sittin' in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g

Michael Ernest
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Ever notice every time you see Dave Vick post, you see Cindy Glass right behind, or vice versa? Shameful -- those two should rent a room already.
Dave Vick
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I an honestly say that there is absolutley nothing going on between Cindy and I - of course if cindy wanted to come to Cleveland for a weekend I'll see what I can do Have to clear it with my wife first though
I think Michael is just tryng to create a smoke screen to cover his and Maps obviously budding inter-forum romance that we have all been witness to over the last few months...
But, if you really want to continue this topic Michael, how 'bout we have a double date and do it over dinner and a movie - oops, cat's out of the bag now.....
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What are you talking about? Which "inter-forum romance"? :roll: We moderate XML forum together, true, but it is just... coincidence.
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Originally posted by Mapraputa Is:
What are you talking about? Which "inter-forum romance"? :roll: We moderate XML forum together, true, but it is just... coincidence.

Well, Dave and I moderate Jig:Beginner forum together, true, but it is just... coincidence.
Dave - you said that you would NEVER tell your wife .
(Is there anything to do on a double date in Cleveland???)


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Dave Vick
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:

Dave - you said that you would NEVER tell your wife .

I haven't yet, but I think if you came to Cleveland I'd have to say at least something. Beside I thought we were safe until Michael had to go poke his perceptive little nose into places he had no reason to be At least I have no money so he can't blackmail me.

(Is there anything to do on a double date in Cleveland???)

Sure, Indians games start next week, rock and roll hall of fame, the science center has a Titanic exhibit I've been meaning to go see, Cleveland orchestra starts their summer series in a month or so, the zoo (we're members so we get in free), the metroparks are always nice in the summer for a picnic then a walk beside the river while we watch the dog chase the rocks we throw (he's not the brightest, but he is funny)...
lots of stuff to do in Cleveland
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his little nose?
Hey, I did not say anything about your Cindy's nose! :roll:
Dave Vick
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Because Cindy has a cute nose
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Notice nobody wants to moderate with me.
And anyway, I thought Map was just a piece of software? I guess Michael would know best!


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Hmm...
Is this Javaranch, a friendly place for Java greenhorns, or Javaranch a friendly place for horny folk
[ March 27, 2002: Message edited by: Mark Fletcher ]

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Arun Pai
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Well everyone's after a cow's milk here.
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Excuse me??
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Originally posted by Arun Pai:
Well everyone's after a cow's milk here.

Is this somehow related to that line about why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?
Dave Vick
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
Excuse me??

I agree Cindy, after that post I couldn't think of anything witty and relatively harmless to say...
I just knew from there it would go on to udders and then who knows from there ...
[ March 28, 2002: Message edited by: Dave Vick ]
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And another thing...
Anyone else notice how Michael just starts this topic then never comes back to it??
Hmmm, now what's that word...??
rhymes with roll, they live under bridges and bother billy goats...
Paul Stevens
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| THE TROLL |
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[ March 28, 2002: Message edited by: Paul Stevens ]
Randall Twede
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grrr trolls! i hate trolls. trolls killed one of my d&d characters. about the only easy way to kill one is with fire. if you do manage to "kill" one with a weapon be sure to stab him a few more times after he is "dead" to be sure, as they regenerate.


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Anthony Villanueva
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Hi,
Easy? Killing trolls with fire is easy? Only if you can invoke a 10d6 fireball (and even then they always somehow manage to save for half...).
Besides you forgot acid.
-anthony
[ March 29, 2002: Message edited by: Anthony Villanueva ]
Randall Twede
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oh...umm better look that up...
Regeneration (Ex): Fire and acid deal normal damage to a troll. If a troll loses a limb or body part, the lost portion regrows in 3d6 minutes. The creature can reattach the severed member instantly by holding it to the stump.
Michael Ernest
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Damn straight. You can't handle all of this, not on your best day. Best stick close to the village commons, sisters.
 
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