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  1. This guy. This guy right here.

  2. So long, and thanks for all the fish.

  3. If nothing else, those terms are horribly written. Honestly, who wrote them?
  4. Those of us who attacked IRON shouldn't be requesting reparations, they certainly did not do enough damage by themselves to warrant reps. CnG, of course, deserve reparations but not those who came to defend them. The honorable thing to do, if indeed these alliances want their pound of tech, would be to set up a tech dealing agreement only. There. I said it.
  5. To be fair, if you only had sheep to talk to, I'm sure you'd tell them a few lies as well. It's not like the sheep are gonna call you on it.
  6. "There really was Injustice! here! The flock has scattered! I cried out, "Injustice!" Why didn't you come?" The villagers aren't coming any more. [/point]
  7. There once was a shepherd boy who was bored as he sat on the hillside watching the village sheep. To amuse himself he took a great breath and sang out, "Injustice! Injustice! The Injustice is chasing the sheep!" The villagers came running up the hill to help the boy drive the Injustice away. But when they arrived at the top of the hill, they found no Injustice. The boy laughed at the sight of their angry faces. "Don't cry 'Injustice!', shepherd boy," said the villagers, "when there's no Injustice" They went grumbling back down the hill. Later, the boy sang out again, "Injustice! Injustice! The Injustice is chasing the sheep!" To his naughty delight, he watched the villagers run up the hill to help him drive the Injustice away. When the villagers saw no Injustice they sternly said, "Save your frightened song for when there is really something wrong! Don't cry 'Injustice' when there is NO Injustice!" But the boy just grinned and watched them go grumbling down the hill once more. Later, he saw a REAL Injustice prowling about his flock. Alarmed, he leaped to his feet and sang out as loudly as he could, "Injustice! Injustice!" But the villagers thought he was trying to fool them again, and so they didn't come. At sunset, everyone wondered why the shepherd boy hadn't returned to the village with their sheep. They went up the hill to find the boy. They found him weeping. "There really was Injustice! here! The flock has scattered! I cried out, "Injustice!" Why didn't you come?" An old man tried to comfort the boy as they walked back to the village. "We'll help you look for the lost sheep in the morning," he said, putting his arm around the youth, "Nobody believes a liar...even when he is telling the truth!"
  8. You're awesome Syzygy, now pull those puppet strings and have admin implement all this
  9. WorkingClassRuler


    A Pioneer, I say. Hello bros
  10. Guide Entry #245: Introductions An old adage from a harmless blue-green planet in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the galaxy goes something like this: "First impressions last." Said mostly with a note of wiser-than-thou smugness, typically after having just witnessed someone make a total $@! of themselves when meeting someone else for the first time. So true was this cautionary line to the deceased people of Asyrk 5 who were genetically merged with Goldfish over the course of two centuries, managing to perfect breathing out of water, but sadly causing them to live their lives with a 5 second memory - meaning they were perpetually meeting the same people for the very first time, every 5 seconds, for the entirety of their lives. While their inevitable extinction wasn't so surprising, the eventual cause was. For no reason known to anyone in the Universe, one perfectly normal day one of the Asyrkians made a total $@! of themselves when meeting someone else for the "first" time, and this sent a tidal wave of smug shock throughout the rest of the population. This sudden state of shock was then repeated every 5 seconds until the entire race gasped themselves to death. Ironically, like a goldfish out of water. Attempting a perfect first impression is not-unlike attempting to perfectly boil a kettle using only a slice of bread, albeit less likely to cause electrocution. However, scientific research (while they're not busy genetically merging things or boiling kettles with bread), has proven time and time again that old adages such as "First impressions last" only increases the probability of someone who's heard the advice making a total $@! of themselves next time they meet someone new, so the whole thing is best forgotten. However, in the interest of public safety and prevention of mass-genocidal states of shock, The Mostly Harmless Guide to Cybernations has prepared it's own basic rules for Introductions: 1. Until further notice, don't panic. 2. See 1. Don't show too much teeth. Thank you.
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