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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #400 on: 19 Jun 2009, 20:02 »

Well, only for the purposes of this thread.

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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #401 on: 19 Jun 2009, 20:09 »

Avec was a ghost before it was cool.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #402 on: 19 Jun 2009, 20:26 »

But if you're ghosts, and dead then what am I? I'm pretty certain I'm too alive to be dead.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #403 on: 20 Jun 2009, 05:38 »

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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #404 on: 20 Jun 2009, 05:42 »

You rang?
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #405 on: 20 Jun 2009, 09:15 »

Man, screw this ghost thing...the scene has sold out, man. Too many new kids are just getting into it for the fashion, THEY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IT MEANS TO BE GHOST!

I'm going post-ghost, guys...
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #406 on: 20 Jun 2009, 10:42 »

Oh crap ghost hipsters.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #407 on: 20 Jun 2009, 11:13 »

We're all boned
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #408 on: 20 Jun 2009, 11:50 »

I have the perfect album to for this ghost party, guys!

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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #409 on: 20 Jun 2009, 12:20 »

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I'm going post-ghost, guys...

Honestly, I preferred being pre-ghost a whole lot more.  The scene was just more alive back then, you know?
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #410 on: 20 Jun 2009, 16:33 »

Once again the sky turns dark and the stars come out to signal nightfall yet some citizens still fail to heed the warnings to protect themselves and decide to venture outside. Objects Inside Clouds was on his way to a friends house when a hooded stranger stopped him. "You're Objects Inside Clouds, right?", inquired the hooded man. "I am, yes", came the reply. "I have a package for you", the hooded man said, "but be careful, its quite fragile. I would recommend you put it down before opening it."

After receiving the eerily unmarked and decidedly weighty package Objects Inside Clouds continued on to his friend's house. The more wary onewheelwizzard had insisted on staying inside and had only allowed his friend to come over after much persistence. "I got a package on the way here", said Objects Inside Clouds. "Mind if i open it?"

"Sure, go ahead.... NO, WAIT!" but the cry came too late from onewheelwizzard as the explosion ripped through everything in its path and both he and Objects Inside Clouds were identified the next day by their dental records amidst what was described as, "The most horrific dismemberment of body parts i have ever seen", by the coroner.

So, once again the gangs have successfully picked off two more targets but who is left to be prosecuted? Citizens, your voting time has arrived once again. Choose wisely lest you be the next to go.

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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #411 on: 20 Jun 2009, 16:37 »

aw man i'm dead. oh well.

hey will wanna start a post-ghost band? we can re-vitalize the scene.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #412 on: 20 Jun 2009, 17:23 »

aw man i'm dead. oh well.

hey will wanna start a post-ghost band? we can re-vitalize the scene.


Something about this thread makes me really want to record something and put out a pretentious as hell review under a fake name declaring whatever crap it is that I record is the finest example of post-ghost music yet.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #413 on: 20 Jun 2009, 18:05 »

Holy crap, are the lovers still alive?
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #414 on: 20 Jun 2009, 18:16 »

Well, dammit.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #415 on: 20 Jun 2009, 19:35 »

Same-sex lovers are pretty forward-thinking  for 1955, no wonder they're keeping it a secret.  Voting Sam and Look out, Ninjas or however you spell it.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #416 on: 21 Jun 2009, 03:26 »

Take those romantic bastards out
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #417 on: 21 Jun 2009, 13:46 »

Two more sets of votes still needed for a majority decision.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #418 on: 21 Jun 2009, 14:22 »

Guys look at me there is no fucking way that I am a mobster.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #419 on: 21 Jun 2009, 14:27 »

He's telling the truth
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #420 on: 21 Jun 2009, 15:20 »

Gonna have to go Phooey because he voted for me last time and I've seen his av on hpn, and look out! ninjas because that seems to be what's up.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #421 on: 21 Jun 2009, 17:40 »

Look Out! Ninjas!, Scarred, kickthatbathprof its up to one of you to have the final say here.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #422 on: 21 Jun 2009, 17:50 »

I've seen his av on hpn

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« Reply #423 on: 21 Jun 2009, 18:49 »

phooey and Sam.


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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #424 on: 21 Jun 2009, 19:14 »

The remaining 6 citizens congregated at the gallows at midday eager to dole out punishment to those worthy of it. There was no talking, no eye contact and very little emotion shown by all, including the executioner who looked more worried about executing more innocent people than doing his job. Finally, the shout rang out, "Who shall today be held responsible for the brutal and gruesome murders of last night?". Sam and Look Out! Ninjas! came the first shout, Phooey and Look Out! Ninjas! came the next, Phooey and Look Out! Ninjas! rang out again for the third vote and the majority vote came out as Sam and Phooey.

"By democratic elections it has been determined that Phooey and Look Out! Ninjas! were the culprits behind the brutal murders of the last night. What do you have to say for yourselves?" asked the executioner. "I swear, i'm just a bumbling citizen" insisted Phooey while Look Out! Ninjas! had already resigned himself to his fate and said nothing.

"Well, lets get this done with then shall we?" "No, i'm innocent, i'm innocent, i say" cried Phooey. Finally, Look Out! Ninjas! spoke up, "I know I am innocent of these crimes but what we say doesn't matter, two more citizens are going to be murdered tonight and it is their own fault for executing the innocent once again. I for one am happy to finally be done with this."

The sound of the guillotine blade singing as it fell and squelching as it chopped through the necks of the two accused rang out twice, each time just as loud as the other and the crowd was thinned to four. Suddenly, laughter escaped the lips of two citizens that were left as Sam and Professor Snuggles held each other and turned to kickthatbathprof and scarred. "Hahaha, you listened to us and executed as we told you to" scoffed Sam. "You're next though" gasped Professor Sunggles as he tried to hold back the laughter from inside. "You did just as you were told and now this town is ours and ours alone" exclaimed Sam as he drew the knife from his pocket. "Time for the last two obstacles to be removed" said Professor Snuggles as he drew his own dagger and in the pools of blood that poured from the bodies of kickthatbathprof and Scarred, Sam and Professor Snuggles embraced and contemplated the life that they had left together.


So, game over for citizens, Sharks and Jets and well done to the lovers. Sam and Professor Snuggles successfully avoided the executioner and the majority public vote all through the game and ended as the last two surviving players.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #425 on: 21 Jun 2009, 19:21 »

damnit i shouldn't of let up on killing kieff.

i thought he was suspicious!
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #426 on: 21 Jun 2009, 19:32 »

I KNEW IT! I FUCKIN' KNEW IT!

So, anyone up for ghost shuffleboard? I have the keys to the ghost retirement home and there isn't any security after 9pm...
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #427 on: 21 Jun 2009, 19:34 »

Tyler sucks for living vicariously through a mafia game by titling Sam and Kieffer the lovers

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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #428 on: 21 Jun 2009, 19:38 »

I had a sneaking suspicion Sam and Snuggles were the lovers
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #429 on: 21 Jun 2009, 21:21 »

Haha, of fuccin course we were the lovers. I feel like Axerton won this game for us, btdubs. I made myself "statistically innocent" by killing dovey to save myself and even out the numbers.

Then me and sam hella made out.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #430 on: 21 Jun 2009, 21:54 »

I voted for Sam! Bitchezzzzz
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #431 on: 21 Jun 2009, 22:32 »

so uh who wants to play again?
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #432 on: 21 Jun 2009, 22:43 »

Naw I am going out on top.
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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #433 on: 21 Jun 2009, 22:44 »

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Re: Manhattan: 1955
« Reply #434 on: 22 Jun 2009, 02:45 »

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Tina Turner kicking the crap out of Zombie Ike Turner?

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Hahahahahahahaha Sam and Kieffer are totally gay



Guys, seriously, I laughed so hard. See when I decided not to vote for Sam because he would prolly pop a cap in my ass and also because he is a pretty alright dude, I should have known that Tyler was not going to have been unbiased either.

What I am saying is that phooey is kind of right in that Tyler just wants a super spicy threesome.
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Hey everyone, I need to buy some new bookshelves. When I get back from Ikea and put them together you're all invited to the bookshelf launch party.

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This thread has been the best thing on these forums for a while. Nice going, guys!
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There's this really handy "other thing" I'm going to write as a footnote to my abstract that I can probably explore these issues in. I think I'll call it my "dissertation."
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