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Now you're just trying to shift the results in your favor!

Well played.


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Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

At least he and his campaign are aware that they have no hope in winning. Right? That's the ultimate takeaway, I'm sure of it.

<goes off to cry in a corner>

This is how governments collapse.

I considered running but then I realized if I won I'd actually have to govern California.


Hush up you!

We can't rebuild society until after it falls.

Do you realize how much money I have tied up in Twinkies?!


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Woran wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I usually make sure my characters have great perception, which is why I always roll a 1 or 2 on perception checks.
That is dice law.
Can we repeal it?

Drain the swamp! Drain the swamp!!!


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NobodysHome wrote:

Has anyone else noticed...** spoiler omitted **

Your sense of what "coherent" means is clearly dated.

Basically as long as you don't pull down your pants and start pissing on the press corps you're considered "coherent".

It's truly a magical time to be a politician.


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It's page 5,000 I say everyone is nude (adults only today).


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Drejk wrote:
Monster: Robomonkey. You know whom to blame.

Ronald Reagan?


Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:

You Murikans need to have everything bigger. What is wrong with 40 being the temperature of death anyway?

But no, it need to be 101% of this, 200% of that... 1000% everywhere!

we do.

I agree with that 210%!


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:

*Pokes head out of trash can, trash can lid wobbling and rattling atop my head like a silly hat*

Man, this place ain't been the same since the politics threads left.

I disagree with everything you just said.


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:
Hello, people!!

That sounds like a label a civilized society would use, which collapsed three weeks ago.

I prefer to be called a "possibly armed s~~! kicker" (mostly because I unintentionally kicked some s#!$).


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

Yeah that sounds like how my friend is.

I tell him to try to find something to focus on until he starts working again. My personal philosophy is to do something to improve yourself every day that you can. Last time he took to the gym and lost 25 pounds of fat.
I don't know if that would work for you or not.

Also probably a good idea to at least put some cloths on.

Clothes are for civilized society, which collapsed two weeks ago.


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Drejk wrote:
Wooohooo! Freehold is on facebook!

So, I'm the only one left not on Facebook.

I always feared this day would come.

It's a good thing I stashed all those Twinkie factories in the bunker.


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Your own government is always defrauding you.

If you join the FaWtL party we'll defraud your neighbor instead of you!


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The US did away with politics, it's all trainwrecks and clown shows from now on.


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Plants flag in the middle of FaWtL.

Haha!


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It's a coup! A coup, I say!!


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Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Back from grill...

A bit weird feeling, being the only lone person without either a partner or a kid, with some folks having already two kids. Oh, and I realistically could have been the oldest person present (not sure about three ladies present, though they didn't look 40+, which of course means little). Also, I learned got confirmation that the woman that was the (unrequited) love of my life is pregnant.

This is a feeling I know well. Everyone else my age in the few social circles I interact with at any point is married and typically has children. Everyone who doesn't have kids actively present only doesn't because they're older and their kids are grown and moved out (or are in the group of "my age but married and with kids"). The only ones that fit neither criteria are all much younger.

I'm guessing you get about as much "so when are you getting married/having kids?" inquiries as I do.

I wouldn't worry, the rest of us in FaWtL have had enough children to offset any impending doom brought on by the rest not having children.


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Just a Mort wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
TS, so you'll get a seat in Arizona?
Sorry, not sure what you mean.
For us when you win elections within the district, you get a seat which entitles you to vote in parliament. So I was wondering if you get to vote in parliament for issues because you won a seat for Arizona and are now it's Governor.
Somebody give this cat a senate seat.
I'm not interested in politics, or governing people. I'll probably claw those people in office for infighting and not getting anything done.

That's exactly what we need right now.


I shall wait until after the DemogorgonZombieVampireocalypse before I seize power run for office.

Less bloodshed that way.


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Not that there's anyone around to see it.

Begins erecting plinths in my honor that future generations will misconstrue as phallic symbolism along the FaWtL border.


I hand pluck, it's cheaper and more rewarding.


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I'd thump my bible, but I'm still writing it, and I guess it's more of a manifesto.

And entirely in my head.

But, give me a couple days and a s+++load of stickers and I can come up with something.


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Sure, whatever pads the ballot box.


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No overnight crew last night?


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I'm just waiting until after the Sparkly Teenage Overly Emotional Vampire Zombie Apocalypse to seize power.


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As my mother used to tell me "You make a better gate then a window"


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Sell em all for spice I say!


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Hugs and Twinkies for everyone!!

Just as soon as society as falls.


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No, we used to do that.

Evidently, steps have been taken to stop that.

For now...


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Soon...


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I blame my microphone personally, it suspiciously won't cut out when I want it to.


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I'd find politics way more interesting if there was more nudity involved.


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I do write myself in as a candidate for some office every election.

I try to get the General and some friends to vote also, but they almost never do.

I think once I got 3 votes.


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I run for political office every fall, I just don't know which one yet, and I don't tell anyone.

If you want to survive the emotionally complex sparkly teenage zombie vampire apocalypse, don't vote for me, so I can seize power afterwards.

Twinkies for everyone!!


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Demi-Lich H. Ross Perot wrote:
Rarely is the question asked: Is our FaWtLies learning?

They'll learn when the emotionally complex sparkly teenage Zombie Apocalypse cuts off their only route to the Twinkie factory.

They'll learn indeed!


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The General's plan to stimulate the economy, unburden the justice system, and add culture to our provincial Midwestern cow town.

"We should just close down university ave for one weekend a year for street racing. You can settle feuds, make bets, and change fortunes, We'll be like a low class Monaco"


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All good reasons on why I'm waiting to seize power until after the emotionally complex sparkly teenage zombie vampire flash apocalypse.

Looks fondly at vault containing hoarded Twinkies.

Soon, I'll have all the bargaining power.


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We will break it again I say!


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slips TOZ a fiver of FaWtL Bucks*
* only redeemable after the emotionally charged teenage mutant zombie sparkling vampire apocalypse (brought to you by Twitter)

Yet...


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That doesn't sound like me...


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Get the recipe! If this is the future, society could fall at any time.

we must be prepared!!


No politics!


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It takes a village.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
Just for you, captain :-D

FaWtL is my search engine. :-)


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Vote for what now?


What's the matter, the forums getting way too long for you.


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No, you see, the key to gaining power after the emotionally fraught teenage sparkly vampire zombie apocalypse, is not being in power when it happens, therefore, we would only throw the election anyway.


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FaWtL Party, seizing control after society falls.

Of course the number one rule of seizing control after society falls, is not being in control when society falls, as such we shall wait until after The Great War/glistening teenage emotionally complex zombie apocalypse/super flu/alien attack concludes before picking up the pieces and leading humanity to a new beginning, with love, guns, and Twinkies for all!.


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John Kretzer wrote:
If knowledge is power...and power corrupts....does that mean knowledge corrupts?

That seems like something for the suits in Washington to figure out.


Just disenfranchised, Back to the Future promised me Hoverboards g$@#*%n it!

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