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The Werewolf Game #2894

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This game is moderated by mocha613. Please read the rules and contact the moderator with any questions or concerns about this game.

Voting Discussion
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Discussion of Round #0

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mocha613Aus


Posted: 12:27PM Mar 16, 2013

Ok, ok, so really I'm just starting this game as an excuse to see some of my old friends and because I don't know anyone who is moding a game right now, so don't know where to jump in.

This is going to be nothing special, but I will be looking forward to a game full of the quality I remember from reunion games. Mainly, active participation, healthy bantering, and people having fun.

If you are not my friend, don't bother asking to join. I've made this game purposely small because I don't know how many of you are still out there who have time to play. I might try to shake some more inactives out of real life as well.

Oh yeah, and I'm going to do psych questions. I'll come up with a list for the wolves to answer. But before then, the psych question I'd like everyone to answer is, Since your favorite mod has been gone for the past two years, please fill her in on what you have been doing. You need to PM me ASAP with your answer which must be at least 10 words long. Remember, you must answer the intent of the question honestly but you are free to obfuscate your answer to hide your identity.


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"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 03:11PM Mar 16, 2013

Mind if I stick around mocha.

I do miss the old Reynion days. And I always enjoyed your games.


Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 03:11PM Mar 16, 2013

I'm back too! I can't wait. You have no idea how excited I got when I saw this!

Now I should probably change my profile so that I'm not 17 anymore...


Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 03:18PM Mar 16, 2013

Stewie, good to have you!!! Absolutely you are welcome to join!!!!

Tuku! Welcome back! Have fun growing up! I was sad they deleted my wiki.


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 03:26PM Mar 16, 2013

Tonja! Holy bananas. Mocha and tonja are back, well this has made my day compleate. WB you two.

Looking forward the this game.


tukuwakatiki wrote:
Now I should probably change my profile so that I'm not 17 anymore...


Tonja


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Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 03:46PM Mar 16, 2013

Stewie, I think you are thinking of the wrong person .. This is tuku!

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 03:50PM Mar 16, 2013

mocha613 wrote:
Tuku! Welcome back! Have fun growing up! I was sad they deleted my wiki.


Oh no! mine too. I remember we both spent so much time working on those. It was crazy. I spent so much time on here in general...


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mocha613Aus


Posted: 04:28PM Mar 16, 2013

I know! Mine had all my werewolf games and boss games recorded, and now all that is lost, I'd have to go back and search for them one at a time. How obnoxious!!!

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 05:07PM Mar 16, 2013

Thanks for the invite mocha! Glad to see you here!

Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 05:40PM Mar 16, 2013

Glad to be back, Snowy! I'm happy to see you join our game!

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 06:47PM Mar 16, 2013

Your right mocha. My bad tuku.

On the plus side, it's St Patricks day tomorrow.


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Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 07:38PM Mar 16, 2013

I'm on a college campus...it's been St. Patrick's Day since Thursday!

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mocha613Aus


Posted: 07:47PM Mar 16, 2013

Tuku, you crack me up.

Stewie, Happy St. Patricks day!!! I just got all dressed in green and made a nice green salad to take to a party tonight. Tomorrow I'm going out to my parents house to watch "Selection Sunday" and eat Corned beef. I love this weekend! By the way, bonus points to whomever knows the #1 college basketball team right now.


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 09:06PM Mar 16, 2013

They don't show basketball on tv here.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 01:04AM Mar 17, 2013

Hey guys, so I added a psych question in the first post. Be sure to take a look at it. THANKS!!! -Mochs

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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TanCWA


Posted: 12:44PM Mar 17, 2013

Wow mocha, you are in luck... I just login to see what is happening here and saw your message..

I'm so glad that you are back!!

And tuku too!!! Wow...


what is sense??and if i am not making sense, then why i say it?? I SAY IT COZ IT MAKE SENSE TO ME BUT WHY IT DON'T MAKE SENSE TO YOU????????? sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 12:59PM Mar 17, 2013

Hey CW! Glad to have you!!!! I figured I might luck out and have you see that message. Perfect!

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 02:07AM Mar 18, 2013

Hey CW! It's been a long time....

And guess what, guys! I survived the 4-day-long St. Patrick's Day in mostly one piece! Thank God this is my last one though, I'm getting too old for this.


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mocha613Aus


Posted: 01:14PM Mar 18, 2013

Congrats on surviving, Tuku! I never really had to go through that rite of passage since my college was dry, however, I did go to Butte, MT for St. Patricks day once, and that was enough of an experience for me.

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 03:04PM Mar 18, 2013

Yeah.. I go to a school that always makes the top 25 party school lists... It's a goal for everyone to be drunk by Thursday at 5 until the bars close st. patricks day... which was really long this year. But I did it and didn't pay for a single drink (unless you count coffee this morning)! It's so weird thinking about a dry campus though because drinking is so embedded into my and all of my friends' college's culture. It would make studying easier though... Was it a bad experience or enough of a good one to not need another? lol

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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 08:02PM Mar 18, 2013

I would choose the latter option. But you will need more booze now as it's a dry campus.

But everyone is different.


Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 09:25PM Mar 18, 2013

I preferred a dry campus. I'm not that into drinking, and if I wanted to, I could go off campus. It made things a little more... sane?

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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RGW4Aus


Posted: 12:59AM Mar 19, 2013

How I missed that growing nose! I really do not have much time, but how could I not join Mocha in her "return" game! I will do my best to stay current for this. It's been crazy in my work life since last May... seriously. Usually right now things are slow and just starting to ramp up for the spring. I had to ""argue"" with the architect's project managers in late December that I was taking Christmas week off, and they did not want me to. I did get a few days off; but not the full week. So... I hope everyone is doing fine!

A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. -Albert Einstein-
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WittyKittyAus


Posted: 10:01AM Mar 19, 2013

I couldn't resist joining... I also have a lot going on, but as I am just finishing up some online classes, I should be able to find time to hop on and post here every now and again. It's good to see all of you still around!

Baila como si nadie está mirando.
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Limerickus


Posted: 10:58AM Mar 19, 2013

And now that I've been eaten, I can join as well! Such a macabre world we live in... SMH

Glad you found a way to join us, musical schedule sounds fun, and this is shaping up to be a good game...

3 people to go!
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 10:59AM Mar 19, 2013

Awww, RGW, how kind of you to say that!!! I, too, have missed seeing my growing nose!!! (Clearly I have no mirrors around my house ) I know there are several of you I pulled in here from real life, I think by now we all know we will all try our best to be active and know each other well enough to be forgiving for real life issues.

SKINNY!!!! You made it!
pink hampsters


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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snowmonsterAus


Posted: 11:47AM Mar 19, 2013

3 to go!

Take all sorrow out of life and you take away all richness, and depth, and tenderness. The capacity of sorrow belongs to our grandeur. It is the furnace that melts hearts together in love. In loving memory of my dear friend Guy - take care Goobs . .
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 12:13PM Mar 19, 2013

Welcome Limerick! Glad you made it, even if it meant you had to get eaten.

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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Limerickus


Posted: 12:39PM Mar 19, 2013

Yes, your eaten early turned out to be prophetic. Usually I only get eaten that early when I am the seer xD

And no sweat, RGW, we know you will be doing your best to be active. Nice to meet you as well, several people in here are new to me, though, I know of most of you from your past games As long as we don't degenerate into this game I will be fine. Only about half the people voting and only about a quarter of them even trying to have a conversation in a 4d/4d game? I think I would die
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 02:35PM Mar 19, 2013

I'm working on talking a few more out of retirement as we speak, erm, type. My guess is we will be going by the end of the week.

Don't forget to send in your answer to the psych question! I've only received a few responses.


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"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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RGW4Aus


Posted: 07:36PM Mar 19, 2013

No problem Limerick!

Just so everyone is aware, I am on the west coast and currently, I leave my house around 7:30 am, and don't get home until about 5 PM... so Mon-Fri... I will be pretty inactive - but no reason to shoot me. I will be as active as possible after that!


A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. -Albert Einstein-
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 09:02PM Mar 19, 2013

Hey! Me too! However, I sometimes cheat and go online at school on my breaks.

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 09:31PM Mar 19, 2013

I'm normally online every 20 minutes from noon to 3 am (EST) desperately searching for something to do to help me further procrastinate life...so I should be around

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RGW4Aus


Posted: 10:46PM Mar 19, 2013

mocha613 wrote:
Hey! Me too! However, I sometimes cheat and go online at school on my breaks.


Mocha, you don't have to worry about being "shot" because you appear to be inactive! I have been in games where everyone was very active and I was really into the game... but was getting put in the crosshairs of the group because I actually work for a living and I do not have a computer with me when I am crawling under someone's house so I can play on Braingle! I am a blue collar worker that does not sit at a desk during the day unless my work day ends early. I just don't see short work days for the next couple weeks... and the only day that I see myself online during the afternoon is Sunday right now.

I can only promise to be as active as possible during the later hours of the day and night - oh yeah, when the wolves come out. Ok, I guess I just set MYSELF up for the bullet... but you all know what I mean.

Tuku... noon to 3am - every 20 minutes? Hmmm, so you're not a morning person I take it?


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Limerickus


Posted: 10:55PM Mar 19, 2013

She doesn't? I routinely shoot the inactive moderators 0

@RGW As far as we know, our days may be the nights and our nights may be the days, all depends on when our last player joins :p In any case, I won't shoot you for not being active when you aren't here. Not being active when you are here, or acting suspiciously... Those may draw a bullet... I look forward to playing with you though!
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 11:06PM Mar 19, 2013

Definitely not a morning person. my earliest class is 11:30 and only once a week and I still rarely make it. My next earliest class is 12:40 and only once a week. the other three days start at 1:50

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Limerickus


Posted: 11:55PM Mar 19, 2013

@Tuku Your signature... Roughly translated it means "Who watches the watchers?" (or more literally, "Who guards the guards themselves?") does it not? Seeing that in Latin is quite cool, is that the original source of the quotation? If so, that is pretty awesome. Sorry if I am geeking out, took 4 years of Latin, noticed the Latin phrase, realised at least what it could potentially mean and was like: THAT IS SO COOL!

Of course, I could probably just google it, but that wouldn't be as fun xD
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 12:50AM Mar 20, 2013

HEY! *hides from Limerick*

I know who I'm taking out first round.


Tuku, if that is what your sig means, nice. I really like it. But you have to agree mine is rather appropriate for werewolf also.


On a different note, does everyone know each other? I know I know all of you. Bot I don't know if everyone has played together before.


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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WittyKittyAus


Posted: 09:43AM Mar 20, 2013

I feel like I am missing out on having another language in my signature...

*goes to change it*

I have played with everyone here before. =D


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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 11:47AM Mar 20, 2013

Limerick wrote:
@Tuku Your signature... Roughly translated it means "Who watches the watchers?" (or more literally, "Who guards the guards themselves?") does it not? Seeing that in Latin is quite cool, is that the original source of the quotation? If so, that is pretty awesome. Sorry if I am geeking out, took 4 years of Latin, noticed the Latin phrase, realised at least what it could potentially mean and was like: THAT IS SO COOL!

Of course, I could probably just google it, but that wouldn't be as fun xD


Haha. Yeah, it does. I sat in on a Latin class a couple times but understood very little (they were already in their 5th year and all I knew was from Harry Potter). I learned the phrase from reading Watchmen for my comic book class where we translated it it as "who watches the watchmen?" Some Roman poet dude originally used it, from what I can remember. But I loved Watchmen and think it's an important thing to remember because journalists are/were considered the watchmen of society and originally they were to be trusted, but in current society almost all of that trust is gone. Journalists have strayed off the path of what they should be to be rich and famous. As a journalist, I don't want to get lost on that path.

Mochs, I agree both of ours are quite appropriate. We would be great farmers with flaming pitchforks!

WittyKitty, I like it


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Limerickus


Posted: 12:36PM Mar 20, 2013

Didn't know German had a word (or is that a werden :laugh for will independent of verb conjugation, still that is pretty cool. And Witty, it is amazing how much debate your quote has for Spanish speakers, people asking how to put it in Spanish get all sorts of responses. People can't seem to decide whether they should use the verb ver or mirar (to see, look at vs to watch), also whether to use the gerund, present subjunctive, or imperfect subjunctive. See, contrary to fact conditional, as in English, uses the subjunctive case. Imperfect subjunctive would be more along the lines of "Dance as if no one were watching" which seems to me to have a different feel. Present subjunctive seems to be the traditional sense, "dance as if no one is watching (though they really are)." está mirando (or viendo) both have an interesting implication: "Dance as if no one is watching (because they actually aren't, it is all in your head!) Sorry again for geeking out again

@Tuku That is pretty cool, and yes, I can definitely see how it applies to journalism, though, I think a lot of people have lost sight of that these days...

ETA: Does tukuwakatiki mean something? Googled it wondering if it were Hawaiian or something, but Google only gave me what I think is your old blog and some hints that it may be Māori, if so, looks like Fairy chief canoe necklace or something


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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 01:16PM Mar 20, 2013

Haha. Long story. My BFF, when she was like 10 saw a boat named that and we used it in an English project when we were like 13 for a detective show we had to write. Then it became the name of the country we made up later that year amongst like 25 friends and I became queen of and that country lasted until we were like 17 and I thought it was a fun word

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Limerickus


Posted: 02:01PM Mar 20, 2013

Not that long a story :p Pretty cool, though. You must have found a boat from the fairy realm *hides*

It does sound like a good name for a detective show, proper air of mystery and all that. What did you do with this country of yours?
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 03:23PM Mar 20, 2013

I left out most of the details because I was typing on my phone. lol. I guess I should have said long story short...

The country was great- at least for me. I was queen so I got everything I wanted. My friend, the one that saw the boat, became my right hand man and honorary queen when I was not there. She got anything she wanted as long as I was okay with it. I had a jester who sang on command. I had 2 servants who would like go get me things and throw my trash away. I had a secret service team of 4. I had a undertaker, and she had an apprentice (I was often ordering one of my servants to have her head chopped off). I had serfs and messengers too. And for some reason, everyone was like totally into doing their jobs too. But I mean we had like a lot of culture in it too. My right hand man, Kelly and I invented a language for it. We created a history in which I saved them numerous times (that correlated to real life events like The Great Doritos Massacre or The Plague of the Acid Rain). We had our own religion and creation myth, in which our main deity was a sun God and we had worship songs for him and the first day of spring every year we sacrificed things in his honor. We had a naturalization test as well as national sports. We also had a natural defense system...kind of. The country was not linked to a specific location, rather to its people. Whenever two or more of those people are within a 10 foot radius of one another, it exists and is available for anyone to enter, but if that does not hold true, the country cannot be located. Therefore, if we are under attack, we just have to avoid one another.

Basically, we were incredibly geeky and had too much time on our hands.


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nicatsAus


Posted: 03:25PM Mar 20, 2013

Holy moly! I vowed to not play any more wolf games due to always being eaten or shot first round. I started really hating the way people just blindly made a majority because they could. So i was just going to read some games and stumbled upon this!! So good to see all of you!! I have missed our good thought out games so with that said i will attempt this game and hope for a better out come.

Go Fast turn left - visit TWG Hints and Tips in the forum~
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 04:20PM Mar 20, 2013

Nicats!!!! Wow, good to see you here!

Tuku, I'm sad I no longer remember how to speak your language. At one point I had it down.


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 04:25PM Mar 20, 2013

I forgot I taught you and you were an honorary citizen! haha. that was great. I'm not sure I can speak it anymore either.

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mocha613Aus


Posted: 05:13PM Mar 20, 2013

Hey, doesn't that mean that your country exists RIGHT NOW? Since we are both here? Kinda?

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 05:49PM Mar 20, 2013

Kinda...I think it's like in code orange stage. if that makes sense

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Limerickus


Posted: 07:44PM Mar 20, 2013

Sounds like an adventure, both of you in a country, one of you the queen of said country, having forgotten the language and having the country going through a code orange state all at the same time... Almost like a movie, really.

What kind of language was it? A couple of friends and I made up a language at one point replete with a grammatical system, writing script (though we cheated and borrowed existing characters), basic vocabulary, and pronunciation.. Ot was a lot of fun, especially going through the social justifications of said grammar system for me.

We didn't really go further than the linguistics side though, no foreign countries, still it was fun.
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 08:51PM Mar 20, 2013

oh, we were all too lazy for that. It was more pig-latin style, but much more complicated.

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4demo


Posted: 10:27PM Mar 20, 2013

Hello, everyone!

Mocha, don't know off the top of my head who the #1 team is (or was as of the time you asked), but I'm going to guess it was one of Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Miami, or Duke.


"You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. You may have to work for it, however." - Richard Bach
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RGW4Aus


Posted: 10:35PM Mar 20, 2013

Oh sure... just name off 5 different teams 4demo and if one is the right one, you win. Why not just name them all?

Mocha, she's cheating and you know it! Oh yeah, you already stated that you cheat too Mocha, so you probably will let her have it with multiple guesses.

Gonzaga has to be the #1 team...


A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. -Albert Einstein-
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4demo


Posted: 10:43PM Mar 20, 2013

Hey now, I'm not naming schools willy-nilly! At least 3-4 of those should be in the top five, and all of them should be in the top 10ish. But good point, Gonzaga is a good possibility too especially as it's a #1 seed.

(I appreciate the warm welcome. Nothing quite like being accused of cheating )


"You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. You may have to work for it, however." - Richard Bach
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 12:35AM Mar 21, 2013

4demo!!!! Glad you made it! I didn't think you would. I'm sorry you have received such a poor welcome, but I tend to agree with RGW, especially since you did not name the #1 team. No, I'm not talking about #1 seeds, but #1 team. That team, which has been #1 for the past two weeks, is indeed Gonzaga. RGW wins. What did you win? Well, a virtual pat on the back. So there you go, sir.

The next question would naturally be, why is it that I am so interested in said #1 team. I think some of you might know this answer.... others might be able to deduce it.

Well, it has been the longest day ever for me, so I'm going to go fall into bed now. I know of 4 people who I have contacted about the last spot in the game, so we will see who gets it first! Then we will be on our way.


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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4demo


Posted: 01:00AM Mar 21, 2013

Because of some combination of its geographic proximity to where you currently live and because your brother went there!

Continuing with the multiple answers so RGW can call me out some more.


"You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. You may have to work for it, however." - Richard Bach
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StewieGriffinie


Posted: 01:55AM Mar 21, 2013

Hi 4, are you a cousin of high five... Welcome to the game. 1 more.

Did you know: that the ocean holds nearly 20 million tons of gold but most of it is diluted. Each liter of seawater contains about 13 billionths of a gram. So there is enough gold on the sea floor to put 9 pounds in every pocket on Earth.
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 08:41AM Mar 21, 2013

Demo, you win this time. This question did have two answers, and you pointed out both of them! The first game is this afternoon. I still have to decide if I'm going to let my students watch it during class.

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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WittyKittyAus


Posted: 08:47AM Mar 21, 2013

I have my brackets all filled out and ready to roll! Bring it, Indiana! ^.^

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RGW4Aus


Posted: 09:18AM Mar 21, 2013

But 4demo... Mocha said she wanted us to do healthy bantering... I was only following her rules for this game!

A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. -Albert Einstein-
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 09:52AM Mar 21, 2013

Wow. It took me way too long to figure out what you guys were talking about... especially since our game starts soon... I will now shun myself

EDIT: We won btw... I think watching the game in class makes up for it, right?


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mocha613Aus


Posted: 02:55PM Mar 21, 2013

RGW gets points for following the directions.

Who are you following, tuku?

Gonzaga's game starts soon.


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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tukuwakatikiAus


Posted: 04:30PM Mar 21, 2013

Well MSU, but I think we'll only make it to the Elite Eight...it's generally where we lose...

But if I'm honest, I am not a giant march madness fan... which I get yelled at for quite often


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WittyKittyAus


Posted: 06:03PM Mar 21, 2013

How about them Zags?! They almost lost to a 16 seed!

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mocha613Aus


Posted: 06:26PM Mar 21, 2013

WittyKitty wrote:
How about them Zags?! They almost lost to a 16 seed!


Shush you! No harassing the Zags. Sometimes they like to cut it close just to make it interesting to us fans and to make everyone worried so they can slam it out of the park when everyone is lulled into a false sense of security. *nods*


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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RGW4Aus


Posted: 07:07PM Mar 21, 2013

Hmmm, I would have lost money on a bet that this game would have started by now. Only 1 to go...

A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. -Albert Einstein-
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 10:13PM Mar 21, 2013

There are several people I've been talking to, I would have thought we would have started today also.

On that note, there are still several of you who have not sent me answers to the psych.


"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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RGW4Aus


Posted: 12:00AM Mar 22, 2013

There's always tomorrow.

BTW all of you wolf hunters out there, in case this game does start sooner than later, I have a really tough schedule tomorrow. I will definately try and check it out in the morning before I leave, but I have to get up earlier than normal and that may not work. When I get home in the afternoon... I MUST go to my grandkids school for their open house to see the pictures they drew and the words they learned at their annual open house. Then we are going to dinner at "their" house... so it is possible that if this game starts in the next 2 hours that I will not be back until just before the first round ends. Don't hold that against me! I will try and make a courtesy stop... but time will only tell! Enjoy your Fridays!


A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. -Albert Einstein-
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 08:40AM Mar 22, 2013

I know I'm planning on voting for RGW if he is inactive the first round. *nods* Going to the open house of grandkids is very wolfish behavior. What a great cover story for suspicion.

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 09:56AM Mar 22, 2013

*impatiently paces*

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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WittyKittyAus


Posted: 10:00AM Mar 22, 2013

*impatiently paces next to Mochs*

Baila como si nadie está mirando.
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4demo


Posted: 12:40PM Mar 22, 2013

*outpaces mocha and WittyKitty*

"You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. You may have to work for it, however." - Richard Bach
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 03:30PM Mar 22, 2013

Uh oh, we better stop pacing, or we'll wear a hole through the floor.

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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RGW4Aus


Posted: 10:42PM Mar 22, 2013

mocha613 wrote:
I know I'm planning on voting for RGW if he is inactive the first round.


Is there going to be a first round?


A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. -Albert Einstein-
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mocha613Aus


Posted: 01:50AM Mar 23, 2013

Working on it. *crosses fingers* I have a few people I'm working on. I thought I had one tied down, and then they changed their mind.

"Wir müssen wissen, und wir werden wissen." -David Hilbert
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