There are 4 types of policy makers:
Those who send people off to die, and screw them if they make it back alive.
Those who send people off to die, and help them if they make it back alive.
Those who don't send people off to die, and screw them when they are at home.
Those who don't send people off to die, and help them when they are at home.
Date: 7 Mar 2007
-2 Immortal Lucidity: Baggage the miracle of consciousness
-35 Rollover Show
-33 Plane Skipping Vancouver Hopes Only the Best
39 Make shit up
35 Peppered Memories
30 race to the bottom
Date: 25 Nov 2005
-3 the miracle of consciousness Working people are never allowed to become rich in the United States
87 Make shit up
84 Upgraded World
83 Peppered Memories
+59 Peppered Memories Make shit up
+57 Upgraded World
Date: 15 Apr 2005
-6 Vancouver Hopes
-5 the miracle of consciousness
-3 Fleetfoot Panther
-34 Rollover Show Contact
-33 Plane Skipping Vancouver Hopes
80 Peppered Memories Upgraded World Make shit up
+56 Peppered Memories
+55 Make shit up
+54 Upgraded World
Date: 9 Apr 2003
-4 Vancouver Hopes
-2 Fleetfoot Panther
-1 operating profit Immortal Lucidity: Baggage
-32 Rollover Show
-31 Plane Skipping Contact
74 Peppered Memories
73 Upgraded World
71 Rollover Show
Date: 7 Mar 2003
-5 Vancouver Hopes
-2 Fleetfoot Panther
-1 Five ties
-31 Plane Skipping Contact Rollover Show
72 Upgraded World
71 Peppered Memories
70 Rollover Show
+49 Peppered Memories
+48 Upgraded World
+42 Consciousness Interface
27 Peppered Memories
24 Upgraded World
20 Make shit up
1. Seek advice and ideas from chatterbox.
2. Survivor Magic
3. Write graduation proceedings.
4. Consider a traditional card game like thirteen with rules expansions on the same cards.
5. Slap myself around before my xp far outpaces my nodes.
Becca taught me that aspirations to make the world a better place are precious things.
Becca taught me some things are far too well known while others are not nearly well known enough.
Wuukiee taught me the value of all perspectives.
Pseudo_Intellectual taught me polite apathy.
Wuukiee taught me that personal opinions do count for something.
Wuukiee taught me that people deserve to be left alone when they want to be.
Wuukiee taught me that there is such a thing as a joke gone too far.
Pseudo_Intellectual taught me that memory is fleeting for the unimportant.
a scar faery taught me that careful reading has its rewards.
Pseudo_Intellectual taught me life is better with a little company.
Klaproth taught me not to feel so bad if four other write-ups under the same title are also being destroyed.
JerboaKolinowski taught me that CPU Cycles had some good stuff in it... once.
JerboaKolinowski taught me that there really is righteous outrage out there.
betsy taught me to have a little more confidence in my writing.
Klaproth taught me that life is a stage and the cast is strange indeed.
Klaproth taught me to stick with gaming nodes and stay out of the dictionary.
anthropod taught me to put at least one paragraph and a table of contents in the header node.
anthropod taught me to try to write page numbers and brief descriptions.
anthropod taught me to keep quiet until the game is finished or people won't understand.
anthropod taught me that overviews help put things in perspective and to stop writing when the game is fun for everyone.
anthropod taught me to remind people that it's just a game.