yeah, see, his mistake was playing a game that used kitchen knives. (extra points for using a character class weapon)
I only game against guys with longswords and maces. It's tougher to conceal them.
(and I don't play with french guys, either...)
Tue 22 Jun, 2010 06:27 am
Me too. Your point is a good one too - What can a picture capture of a person that is, indeed, a true reflection. I don't have any photos of me. I think ONE that is taken without prior knowledge to it being taken would tend a true, but limited, reflection. You?
Best wishes Eorl.
Wed 21 Jul, 2010 04:50 pm
fakename from back in the day at Abuzz, here, glad you found that choice thought provoking. There was no guiding rationale for using that fake name, it just seemed like a good idea at the time, back in those early heady days of virtual self-identification.
I always assumed that you sold clothes.
In N.Y. the clothing business is sometimes called the rag business.
I thawt that too.
Fri 30 Jul, 2010 01:56 pm
I tried to come as myself - I tried to use Rebecca - Beccare- Acceber - because those are all names my friends have called me in the past (Rebecca is my real name) but they said the names had all been used - weird - I've never seen even a Rebecca on the forum, much less Beccare or Acceber.
So I picked 'Aidan' because I have really liked that name since I had a friend who named her daughter that about fifteen years ago and had it in my mind as a name I'd use if I ever had another child.
But a friend of mine here in England has started calling me 'Stateside Becky' and I really like that. It always makes me laugh. I think that's my favorite nickname of all time- and I've only ever allowed very special people to call me Becky. I was thinking that if I changed my username - I'd change it to Stateside Becky.
Or Lilia -which is another name that I've only become aware of because a friend named his daughter that and I think it's beautiful! And lilies are one of my favorite flowers.