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    Looks like I stayed in the bunker too long this time. Better get supplies restocked....quickly.
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    Hello Mr. Livingstone!

    Yes YOU will need more bandages, more blood, more bandaids, more whisky, more gin(for me). It might also be handy if you could lay your hands on couple of million rounds of those newfangled caseless 10.349mm nuclear tipped pistol bullets too. I have a feeling that they might come in handy.

    On a more serious note, how did the Scottish holiday go?
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    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    It was great! Got a little worn out by the end of the 3 weeks. With as much as we saw, we still didn't see everything we wanted. From Lismore we went up to Daviot for a few days, down to Aberfeldy for a few more, into Edinburgh for a few more. Then over to Haddington, and back to Falkirk and ended up in Blantyre. Did stock up on whisky on the trip but didn't have room for the gin.
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    Hmmm, let me think. Gunshot? Wild animals? Magical curse? Cybernetic possession? Otherworld demons?

    Multiple realities open up so many opportunities.

    Quote Originally Posted by Livingston View Post
    Looks like I stayed in the bunker too long this time. Better get supplies restocked....quickly.
    We're fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance. - Japanese Proverb

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    Quote Originally Posted by davedove View Post
    Hmmm, let me think. Gunshot? Wild animals? Magical curse? Cybernetic possession? Otherworld demons?

    Multiple realities open up so many opportunities.
    Whew, glad I'm moving into the abandoned missile silo today which already has multiple magical wards, cybernetic protections, demon proof, and further protections which will remain unnamed. As well as multiple styles of automatic self defense devices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Livingston View Post
    It was great! Got a little worn out by the end of the 3 weeks. With as much as we saw, we still didn't see everything we wanted. From Lismore we went up to Daviot for a few days, down to Aberfeldy for a few more, into Edinburgh for a few more. Then over to Haddington, and back to Falkirk and ended up in Blantyre. Did stock up on whisky on the trip but didn't have room for the gin.
    Oh, that is good. I did very much enjoy the meal with you and your lovely wife at Port Appin.
    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livingston View Post
    Whew, glad I'm moving into the abandoned missile silo today which already has multiple magical wards, cybernetic protections, demon proof, and further protections which will remain unnamed. As well as multiple styles of automatic self defense devices.
    Now then Greg these precautions are all well and good, but if my memory serves, you are more than likely to trip over your shoe laces!
    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jock Scot View Post
    Now then Greg these precautions are all well and good, but if my memory serves, you are more than likely to trip over your shoe laces!
    Will, I did get rid of those ridiculously long laces and now use very short ones. No tripping.
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    Let me think. What can I do with short laces?

    Quote Originally Posted by Livingston View Post
    Will, I did get rid of those ridiculously long laces and now use very short ones. No tripping.
    We're fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance. - Japanese Proverb

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    Scene 89

    As me moved deeper into the earth, we began to lose the light and found ourselves moving slower as we had to feel our way along the passage.

    “Hold for a moment, friend Jockel,” Sir David called from the back.

    “What is it?” Jockel asked.

    “Our eyes aren’t as good in the dark as your dwarven eyes, my friend.” As we watched, he drew his sword from its scabbard and it glowed with a magical light, letting us all see our surroundings.

    “I wish you hadn’t done that.”

    “What is wrong, my friend? We couldn’t see where we were going.”

    Jockel scanned the tunnel ahead of us, his expression worried. “Everyone be on your guard.”

    “What’s wrong?” I asked.

    “Yeah,” James chimed in. “What’s going on?”

    The worry grew on the dwarf's face. “Not everything in the earth is friendly.”
    We're fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance. - Japanese Proverb

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