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    799 KB far finglit !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:28 No.15889450  
    You are walking along the road from campus back to your apartment. You are a sophomore in college. Your apartment is quite a ways out, but not so far that it would require a car or a bike. The weather is really nice, and the sun is setting. On the other side of the road, walking the opposite direction, you see a man, disheveled and clothed in what appear to be blood-soaked rags. His beard is long and uneven, and you swear that you can see the flies circling around him. You're pretty sure you heard a vulture or something, too. He's probably pretty close to dying.

    When you pass the man, his head explodes, and a giant moth crawls out.

    What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:29 No.15889457
    Shudder because I hate moths and proceed to run like a bitch.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:30 No.15889459
    Be happy I didn't take that 3rd tab of acid.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:31 No.15889468
    Ninjakick the moth.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:32 No.15889472
    Throw my clothing on the ground to distract him while I run screaming back to my apartment
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:34 No.15889479
    Keep walking. Maybe take a picture if I've got a camera.
    >> curgesse 1958, !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:34 No.15889481
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    You run and run and run for what seems like hours until you feel like your body will collapse. Then you go anaerobic, and run even more. When you reach your apartment, you fumble with your keys, open the door, tumble inside, and shut and lock the door.

    You pull down your window shades, and huddle in a corner, trying to catch your breath.

    You think about what to do next.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:34 No.15889487
    >>temporally ationie
    This adventure is going through time and space mother fuckers!
    >> lll, raillyme !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:38 No.15889514
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    Though it is a little late for that, you rummage around your artistic ex-girlfriends shit that she left behind to find her camera. It's pretty fancy, the kind of camera that a photography student would have to look legitimate.

    You read the instructions, glancing over your shoulder to see if the moth followed you. You don't think so. You are ready to take a picture at any time.

    On principle you undress, making sure that there aren't any moths under your clothes. There aren't.

    You put on your ninja kicking boots and boxers.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:39 No.15889521
    How big is the moth? If it's the size of a house cat, our fist or something similar, aquire tennis racket and ready for trouble. If larger, get a shotgun or flamethrower.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:39 No.15889524
    Moths like lights, so we should quickly extinguish all forms of light nearby
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:39 No.15889527
    Get a flood light and a car battery and go to the roof, and set up the flood light under a antenna on the roof and attach the car battery to the antenna and wait until night fall. One giant ass bug zapper = win
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:42 No.15889546
    Learn to breathe fire so you can breathe fire on the moth if it comes for you.
    >> space. Tectedu !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:44 No.15889567
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    You estimate it was the size of a bear cub. Unfortunately, you live in a state with particularly strong gun control laws, but you know there is some beer in the refrigerator that could possibly be used as molotovs, you think.

    You do so. You are now sitting in complete darkness.

    You have no car, unfortunately, but you dig out a floodlight that an uncle gave you for Christmas.
    There is a tapping at your window.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:46 No.15889587
    Stay still and try and figure out if it sounds like it might be a moth come to eat us.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:47 No.15889597
    >beer in the refrigerator that could possibly be used as molotovs
    Where the FUCK do you get 80 proof beer?
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:48 No.15889606
    Hug the moth. Peace is the only way, as it would destroy you in war.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:49 No.15889613

    Homebrew gone horribly wrong/right?
    >> Rep. niedidat !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:49 No.15889619
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    It's too hard to be a person, that's for sure. Unless someone with fingers the size of pop cans wants to talk with you, which you figure is about just as bad as a moth.

    No, it's less like a tapping, and more of a dull thudding. There are a variety of things that it could be, considering it is the weekend (you think).
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:51 No.15889632
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    Nothing wrong with moths, my good man.
    >> combat twaryl !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:52 No.15889638
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    You use your phone to look up how to make molotovs. To your dismay, your beer isn't good enough.
    You're pretty sure that if you tried to hug it that it would suck your organs out with its proboscis. Not totally sure, though.

    The tapping is getting harder.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:52 No.15889641
    I Plug in the flood light and point it to the window while I dive into the kitchen looking for an aresol can and getting the lighter
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:53 No.15889655
    Acquire and equip a kitchen knife. Cut it in the proboscis if it tries to suck your organs. Though it is certain to batter you to death in rage, your sacrifice will become heroic as it starves to death.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:54 No.15889658
    Do we have any reliable friends and/or allies we can phone?
    Alternatively, can we phone the police?
    >> endlysta 146 !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:55 No.15889670
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    The light floods the area around the window. You rush to the kitchen, and as you pick up what appears to be a can of generic no-stick spray, you hear the distinct sound of glass shattering inward from something large coming through it. A thud follows.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)12:56 No.15889686
    Zombie mothmen!
    >> its oftworks !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)12:59 No.15889707
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    You realize that your lighter is in your bedroom, which is across the small hallway that the window looks right into.

    You put the can in one of your pockets. It's really uncomfortable. You take your sharpest kitchen knife, which is coincidentally your largest, and wield it in your dominant hand. You hear a fluttering from the living room.

    >> officer's omphowl !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:01 No.15889722
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    You try the police first. You explain to the man on the other end that there is probably a giant moth in your living room, presumably going through your things in order to learn how to best kill you. He sighs, and says he'll send a nearby officer over to help calm you down.

    Your friends are either asleep, at work, or out partying.

    >officer's omphowl

    This bodes well.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:05 No.15889748
    Are there any shops nearby that might sell insect-sprays?
    Can we barricade the moth inside of the room it's in somehow?
    >> I59, misica !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:07 No.15889774
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    You hear a car pull up from outside. If it is indeed the policeman, they obviously aren't taking it very seriously. You thought that the prospect of a giant moth killing a man and then hunting another would be enough to bring the military in. Then again, you're sort of biased.

    You hear the policeman let out a whistle at the window, and then, in a rough female voice, "Sir, are you okay in there?"

    You hesitate.

    The room it is in is the only way out, unfortunately. The building is not very safe in the event of a fire.

    You're not sure you have the money to purchase sufficient bug repellent for the size of the threat you are dealing with.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:08 No.15889786
    Don't go outside, these things rule the streets now for all we know. Let's wait for the cop and steal his car while the moth is laying eggs in him.
    >> iscifyi Titles !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:10 No.15889803
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    You wait. The cop steps inside, and doesn't let out any blood curdling shrieks, and you don't hear any horrible sucking or schlorping, or for that matter anything at all, save for the tapping of moths at your kitchen window. Nothing that horrifying.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:11 No.15889808
    Are we brave enough to snap a quick photo of the moth-creature, and run back to safety?
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:11 No.15889809
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    >tapping of moths on the window
    >> hervigni and !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:16 No.15889837
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    You peek out into the hallway. You can see only the cops beautiful ass. Hourglass figure, beautiful. Shame that she's about to be torn apart. The moth is on her back. You snap a picture, and this causes the moth to freak the fuck out.

    You cover your ears, but can still hear the sound of her organs being sucked out. You vividly imagine her body as a deflated husk, and almost vomit.

    That is indeed the face you make when you realize what the sound is. You look at the window. Through the shades you can see the two, big eyes of a giant moth.

    I wish I had saved the picture from >>15889481 for this moment. Oh well.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:20 No.15889866
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    Why can't we just get this bro to have our backs? Honestly, moths, you are not 1/10th this awesome. Are you even trying?
    >> strairo fasniPr !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:27 No.15889936
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    This gives you an idea. You pull out your mp3 player, a black sony walkman. You hook it up to some plug-in speakers that some guy brought for a party. You search through the songs, going straight for the folder marked "Duke Ellington".

    Juan Tizol's "Perdido", the original 1941 recording. Hoping that this will have some "John Dies at the End' effect on them, you turn the volume to maximum on both the speakers and the player, and press "Play".

    The moth at the window is trying in vain to open the window, its appendages unequipped for opening windows.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:30 No.15889967
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    This is what I'm doing to my F5 key.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:32 No.15889989
    Emit antibodies reacting to the infection represented by the moth and kill it.

    Scene could possibly be induced in a dream after introduction of some biological infective agent.
    >> mag[ mmerar !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:33 No.15889996
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    The music apparently does nothing, except blow out the speakers after a few seconds.

    You do think you hear a thunk from the apartment directly above yours.
    >> allatigh FIGURE !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:35 No.15890002
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    You try to emit antibodies, but just fart and shit yourself slightly.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:40 No.15890051
    Do we have any neighboring houses? How close together are they, if any?
    >> ICM ssayedid !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:42 No.15890073
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    It's an apartment complex, so your neighbors are just a few feet of drywall away.

    The moth at your window has apparently given up and flown off. You hear things breaking on the floor above, vases and lamps, the like.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:43 No.15890078
    Grab the knife and get out of your apartment since the moths are already inside. Try to reach the police car if possible.
    >> this nticatr !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:46 No.15890099
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    You say "Man who cares" and make a run for it. The moth in your living room doesn't notice you, too absorbed by its grisly feast to care. You open the police car door, find it unlocked, and shut it. The keys are nowhere to be seen. To be safe you lock the doors, and turn off the car.

    It is unusually dark out. Not a streetlight to be seen.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:49 No.15890124
    Wait, there are TWO moths now? One upstairs and one in the livingroom? Did the story just slit in two?
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:50 No.15890135
    >> through illearc !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:51 No.15890140
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    You're not sure what's upstairs. There was a moth at your window while the other moth ate the cop.

    Wait, nevermind.

    A large spider comes out from the upstairs apartment, looking around, very annoyed.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:51 No.15890145
    Also, look for key to unlock cop shotgun in front seat? Yell Man down into the radio.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:52 No.15890150
    Search for guns, batons or anything usefull. Don't cop cars have a shotgun at hand or something?
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)13:55 No.15890176
    This is defamation. Moths are bro tier insects.
    >> mecaniques uotedl !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)13:58 No.15890206
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    You search around, and find the gun locker. Thankfully they left the key hidden under the seat, or lost, whatever. You open up the gun locker, and see a moth sleeping inside. You carefully pick up the shotgun, and shut the locker before the moth wakes up.

    The spider hops down next to the cop car, staring inside, wondering why you have called it. You shout into the radio, "MAN DOWN", but get no reply.

    That crosses your mind too, and you realize that it is that fact that makes this entire thing so terrifying.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:00 No.15890225
    Tell the spider that there is a giant moth upstairs for it to eat. Try not to look tasty.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:03 No.15890254
    How big is the moth in the weapons locker?
    >> dusedu images, !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:04 No.15890256
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    You communicate this to the spider, who tells you with his body language that he'll need $25 either before or after, per moth. You feel around your wallet, pull out your debit card, and he shakes his head. Cash only. You feel around some more, and combined with some cash lying around the cop car, you get together $36.24, enough for one moth.

    The spider waits patiently.
    >> Munf. forecill !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:05 No.15890273
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    Size of an adult housecat.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:06 No.15890282
    Can I pay him to not eat me?
    >> ecititio Lung, !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:08 No.15890311
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    The spider has no interest in eating you, not while the moths are around.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:08 No.15890318
    Do we have ammo for the shotgun?
    Agree on 1 moth now, and promise more business if he doesn't eat you and finishes the task.
    Be carefull with the spider though, might be a trick!
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:11 No.15890348
    We haven't tried killing any moth yet, how risky would it be to stab or shotgun pummel the one in the gun locker?
    We should try that just to see how easily they die.
    >> short; inforde !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:13 No.15890367
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    The one in the locker is still asleep. The spider wishes to know which moth he should get. He states that he spotted one in your apartment living room, and heard one in your bedroom. He also saw one right outside the apartment, and you tell him that there's one inside the locker.

    You've never actually held a firearm in your life. However, you are confident that you could take on a cat sized sleeping moth by bashing it.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:14 No.15890380
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    >like moth drawn to a flame
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:18 No.15890425
    Would the spider be willing to take what money I have to seal the entrances and exits to the building?
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:18 No.15890431
    Ask the spider if he can tell which moth is biggest, and ask him if he'll give us a discount and eat the smallest moth for the remaining $11.24
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:19 No.15890435
    Ask the spiderbro to kill the one in the living room or outside the apartment.
    We should follow the spider to the living room and check the dead cop too. She surely has a pistol with ammo, that won't be hard to use. Maybe more cash for the spider too!
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:20 No.15890451
    ready the shotgun and knife and quickly try to kill the gun locker moth before going anywhere. It's gross but if we succeed the next ones will be easier
    >> substance, posern !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:21 No.15890456
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    He says the largest one is the one the size of a buck in your bedroom. He refuses giving you any discounts, since you're not a long time customer.

    He says he'll take the remaining money to seal the exits, but only if you pay up front.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:22 No.15890470
    Get the spider to eat the moth that's outside and seal the entrances to the apartment that (hopefully) has the other two inside it
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:23 No.15890483
    I agree to him sealing up the entrances and exits but only if he can guarantee that none of the moths will get away.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:28 No.15890522
    Ask the spider what the hell he does with the money.

    Is there some sort of Spider supermarket that he needs money for that we don't know about? Does he need it for hootch?
    >> hamster. laildri !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:28 No.15890527
    You bash the moths head in, and it dies, spilling out guts. You bash it and stab it several more times, just to be sure. The spider says that he's really sure it's dead.

    You hand the spider $25. He goes into your apartment, drags out the moth that killed the cop, and eats it right in front of you. He says he'll let you look inside first before he seals the exits.

    You go inside and check the cop. You find the keys to the cop car, a twenty dollar bill and a five dollar bill, and her taser. The pistol is distressingly absent.

    You pay the next $25 for the spider to kill the one outside. You hear the unmistakable sound of a bed being flipped over from your bedroom. After exiting, you throw up, the deflated shell of a human too much for your nerves to bear.

    The spider walks up, takes your remaining money, and walks away. A moment later he comes out, carting a wheelbarrow full of bricks, and carrying around mortar.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:31 No.15890562
    Take the "y u no...etc."-pose and ask him why he's not using his spiderweb.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:33 No.15890594
    Take video footage of the spider doing handyman work around our home and upload it to youtube.
    >> lateruct cocaus !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:34 No.15890600
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    He asks you how you would feel if somebody came up to you and asked how you spend your money. You reply that you'd think they were quite rude. He nods, glad that you got the point.

    "Then their moth brothers would be able to see them, and would destroy the webs. This way, they will be trapped for all time."
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:34 No.15890601
    Take a moment to grab any of our personal belongings/identifications that aren't in moth-infested territory (ex: passport, birth certificate and that sort of shit)
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:36 No.15890623
    and after we're done in the apartment, try and determine if any of our neighbors aren't home tonight.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:36 No.15890625
    Why the hell are we sealin the entrances when all the moths came from outside the apartment and the ones inside are dead? Unless we are planning to lock ourselves inside...
    >> lateruct cocaus !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:36 No.15890630
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    Unfortunately, it isn't that kind of camera. You're pretty sure the cop car is catching it, though, so it ought to make some people scratch their heads, assuming that the car makes it out alive.

    You can see the streetlights again.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:37 No.15890636
    stab the shit out of the sleeping moth, nothing living deals well with a bunch of holes in it, then ask if the spider wants the remains, as a act of kindness
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:37 No.15890644
    and lighter
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:40 No.15890675
    This. Grab an ignition source if we spot one
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:41 No.15890691
    We already have an aresol can
    >> ernili 2-72 !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:44 No.15890722
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    You have all your personal belongings you need with you. You put on some pants and a shirt, though, since you're still half-naked. You also pile some food into a grocery sack. Your wallet has all the identification you need. You refuse to grab your lighter, because you hear the buck moth rummaging around.

    The spider works diligently, sealing up the moths in their new tomb. The windows and door are sealed in minutes. The spider walks up to you, extends an appendage, and the two of you shake...hands? I guess? Whatever. He hands you a receipt for record keeping.

    The spider walks off into the night.

    You go back to the cop car, and take inventory.

    Wallet with Drivers License, Debit Card, Library Card, and School ID
    Ninja Boots
    Boxer shorts
    Police Car Keys
    Gun Locker Key
    House key
    Receipt from Spider
    Can of notPAM

    That's all, you think.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:47 No.15890753
    STAB THE SLEEPY BASTARD, we dont want him waking up on us, and he seemed to be able to get in there while it was locked, so we can assume it can get out
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:48 No.15890755
    Survey the area to see if we can find some gasoline or other flammable substance. Loot empty houses if we have to.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:51 No.15890791
    Pull the fire alarm, gotta empty the building
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:51 No.15890797
    Drive around a bit to see if there are dead people or moths around, look for gasoline or usefull loot while at it
    >> derylici from !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)14:53 No.15890807
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    That moth is already dead. You bashed its brains in.

    You grab the shotgun, and nervously step out of the car. You go to your neighbors apartment on the right. He always sleeps in his living room, using the rest for his gaming setups and storage. You look inside. Nothing. He almost never leaves his apartment, and it looks like the other doors are closed. The door cracks open, as though inviting you in.
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    If we're going in, go dark and quiet. Not sure if a gamer will have useful loot though, probably ought to move on.
    >> Anonymous 08/10/11(Wed)14:59 No.15890864
    Ready the shotgun and slowly go in.
    Do we have ammo for the shotgun anyway and is it loaded?
    >> NIGHT OF THE MOTH PART 1 does kencesse !!Kxbo4lPzucY 08/10/11(Wed)15:00 No.15890877
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    Alright, that's all for now. I'll be back later tonight/tomorrow morning for the THRILLING CONCLUSION

    cya /tg/

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