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Old 11-01-2011, 20:31   #13951
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Well, all rigidy then.
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Old 11-02-2011, 13:17   #13952
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This guy has an explantion for Who, What, How, When and Why 10 Ring and TARDIS is possible and works like it does...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIS5n9Oyzsc

Therefore I invited a few friends over for a Lagoon Blowout Party watch the video of them coming to the event...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9tWZ...eature=related
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Old 11-02-2011, 18:24   #13953
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if TARDIS were that simple, EVERYBODY would have one !
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Old 11-02-2011, 18:33   #13954
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if TARDIS were that simple, EVERYBODY would have one !
Just as well; how depressing it would be if the mundane common rabble became capable of time travel!

Of course, it MIGHT expand the breadth of the Dungeon embezzlement operation; truly a difficult call under pressure.
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Old 11-02-2011, 18:39   #13955
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more likely, the unwashed rabble would pollute our Lagoon.....
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Old 11-02-2011, 20:26   #13956
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more likely, the unwashed rabble would pollute our Lagoon.....
The Dungeon admin types have this contingency covered. If the unwashed rabble WERE to show up, we would divert them to other facilities with generous offers of convenience store dishwater beer; they could never resist THAT incentive! The cost to the 10-Ring Facility operation would be well within the overhead allowance for maintaining the tone of our superb partying operation.
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Old 11-02-2011, 20:48   #13957
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If the unwashed rabble WERE to show up, we would divert them to other facilities with generous offers of convenience store dishwater beer;
Put them in the retardis and send them back to 8:40 AM.
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:00   #13958
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Put them in the retardis and send them back to 8:40 AM.
I counsel caution in considering such an action. The AM operation IS a subsidiary operation to the main PM setup; dumping on it may stunt growth in that newly established aspect of the 10-Ring juggernaut.
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Old 11-03-2011, 19:28   #13959
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stunt growth my foot....
the real question is HOW much will it interfere with our skimming operation ???

will it cut into our 37% ?
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Old 11-03-2011, 20:05   #13960
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if TARDIS were that simple, EVERYBODY would have one !
That would complicate the inbreeding scene quite a bit wouldn't it.
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Old 11-03-2011, 21:09   #13961
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stunt growth my foot....
the real question is HOW much will it interfere with our skimming operation ???

will it cut into our 37% ?
C'mon, Unkle! You know our cut is 39%; the only time it has been as low as 37% was during the capitalization amortization supporting the radical expansion of the Engineering N-Sweat operation to keep up with demand.

And what's with this skimming terminology! You reamed me out with a number three oversize on MY last use of that term. Perhaps you should consider maintaining a suitable linguistic tone on YOUR end of the commentary!
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Old 11-03-2011, 22:58   #13962
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Well, there was that one time we had to pay off Uncle's parking tickets when he double parked the tardis in front of the colliseum. Everyone thought the parking meter was debuted in Oklahoma City, who knew the Romans had them first
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Old 11-03-2011, 23:04   #13963
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Well, there was that one time we had to pay off Uncle's parking tickets when he double parked the tardis in front of the colliseum. Everyone thought the parking meter was debuted in Oklahoma City, who knew the Romans had them first
Oh yeah! That was a punch to the ol' balance sheet. By the time we caught up with the situation, Unkle had racked up parking fines totaling 14 Talents ... PAYABLE IN GOLD! Blew our cash flow all to hell for the rest of the week!
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Old 11-03-2011, 23:26   #13964
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Oh yeah! That was a punch to the ol' balance sheet. By the time we caught up with the situation, Unkle had racked up parking fines totaling 14 Talents ... PAYABLE IN GOLD! Blew our cash flow all to hell for the rest of the week!
For any potential fiscal shortfalls, our comrades over at the OWS have come up with somewhat of a remarkable breakthrough. They are calling it "re-imagined currency." The idea is that one can take just about any object and re-imagine it as currency. Four dollar bills seem to be the most common denomination.

This might be an new outlet for embezz... er... skim... er uh... administrative management revenue.
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Old 11-04-2011, 05:17   #13965
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Well, there was that one time we had to pay off Uncle's parking tickets when he double parked the tardis in front of the colliseum. Everyone thought the parking meter was debuted in Oklahoma City, who knew the Romans had them first
RTFM!

When in ancient Rome, park in the shade where the sundial-parking meters don't function.

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Old 11-04-2011, 05:53   #13966
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When in ancient Rome, park in the shade where the sundial-parking meters don't function.

Now he tells us, you should try figuring the exchange rates in talents while figuring stock market gold prices in another dimension, took us weeks to get that straightened out.
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For any potential fiscal shortfalls, our comrades over at the OWS have come up with somewhat of a remarkable breakthrough. They are calling it "re-imagined currency." The idea is that one can take just about any object and re-imagine it as currency. Four dollar bills seem to be the most common denomination.

This might be an new outlet for embezz... er... skim... er uh... administrative management revenue.
Re-imagine it as currency...This sort of reminds me of what happened to the GOLD at Fort Knox!
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This sort of reminds me of what happened to the GOLD at Fort Knox!
Psst... You might be able to find it stashed in samurairabbi's footlocker. Just a hunch.
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Psst... You might be able to find it stashed in samurairabbi's footlocker. Just a hunch.
I resent your insolent slur on my character! The only contents of my footlocker are ... shoes!

The Fort Knox gold is stashed in an obscure corner of the Dungeon administative offices. Don't worry, if anything were to happen to me, Tazz knows how to get to the stash (the gold, not the shoes).
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Old 11-04-2011, 16:21   #13970
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Now he tells us, you should try figuring the exchange rates in talents while figuring stock market gold prices in another dimension, took us weeks to get that straightened out.
Any talented Roman accountant worth his salt could cipher that.
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Old 11-04-2011, 16:35   #13971
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RTFM!

When in ancient Rome, park in the shade where the sundial-parking meters don't function.

You could also claim your sundial wristwatch wasn't working too. Of course, since a citation would have you being featured in the lion show at the Colliseum, you might want to leave a little wiggle room and put a couple of extra dupondius in the meter.

I just got back from a vacation in ancient Rome and I have to confess that the Heart of Gold almost got a speeding ticket on a couple of occassions.
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Old 11-04-2011, 17:00   #13972
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You could also claim your sundial wristwatch wasn't working too.
No, it's a waterproof divers' model with a luminous dial. No problems.
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Old 11-04-2011, 17:07   #13973
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No, it's a waterproof divers' model with a luminous dial. No problems.
One possible problem: the luminous wristwatch sundial vane might scratch you someplace vital during a pitstop.
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I've always found that the sundial watches catch the wind.
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I resent your insolent slur on my character! The only contents of my footlocker are ... shoes!

The Fort Knox gold is stashed in an obscure corner of the Dungeon administative offices. Don't worry, if anything were to happen to me, Tazz knows how to get to the stash (the gold, not the shoes).
Minus the parking fees of course.
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