luka

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the right wing press were setting us up for brexit for decades so didnt need to really read too many tea leaves for that one. it was all in the air anyway
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Oh yeah, it's been a non-stop diet of illegally curved bananas and mansions given to asylum seekers since forever.

BTW I love how you can tell which of the tags in this thread are yours and which one is mine.
 
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john eden

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I never look at the tags... and I can see these ones are just petty and spiteful as predicted.
I've been told previously that they are supposed to be compassionate and irreverant, rich, but I agree with you. Whatever our differences we've done a good job here of airing them in public and not resorting to anonymous sniping.
 

Mr. Tea

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Poor Rich. Completely annihilated. Wiped off the face of the earth. He contributed here a lot over the years and now we'll never see him again.
 

luka

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i think petty and spiteful can be pretty hilarious. i like the tags. its the inside of the toilet cubicle door. it's the uncensored id.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
i think petty and spiteful can be pretty hilarious. i like the tags. its the inside of the toilet cubicle door. it's the uncensored id.
I added a really funny one but it got removed by Thee Powers That Be. :(
 

catalog

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“It was the time of the pandemic, and there was a great migration. A lot of strange things happened on that cattle ride let me tell you...”
 
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luka

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Brit-Cit is the name by which the former United Kingdom is known in the mid 22nd century. Veteran Robo-Hunter Sam C Slade moved there after being significantly de-aged during the Verdus incident and subsequently barred from operating in New York as a result of antagonising the Amalgamated Androids Union.
Slade discovered Brit-Cit to be a place where virtually every job imaginable was done by robots (and where, indeed, humans were often barely visible on the streets). This frequently irritated him, despite the obvious advantages (for a man whose profession was hunting rogue robots) of living in a robot-based society. Sam felt that the robots of Brit-Cit had ceased to know their place — an understandable attitude given that, at the time, even the government were robots, led by the formidable Prime Droid Iron Aggie. The country's football team were all robots, too, though in keeping with decades of tradition, most of them were foreigners. Slade eventually moved back to New York.
 
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