"The tragedy of life is not that every man loses; but that he almost wins."
"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"
It is still a wierd thing to do.
I'm pretty sure it was the whole package. Some people are -required- to attend my building. I'm sure some are pretty resentful when they do, and try to do anything to get back at the system. ::rolls eyes::
Say, isn't Papa-Moai the pagan deity of theft?
So, ya know.......it all works out in the end...
(shouldn't there be some sort of Nep in the tiki pot? Seems more fitting than a Sarr)
***Reminds me of the song, "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow" by The Rivingtons.
Only a moral and virtuous people are capable of freedom; the more corrupt and vicious a people becomes, the more it has need of masters. -- Benjamin Franklin
hehe Fry I agree! I was going to go back and buy another one and drop a Nep in it. 8) I think they'd be a cute pair. Fry, do you know if the pagen Pap-Moai has a drinking buddy?
Found out more information about the guy, he's actually medically schizophrenic and has been without medication for a week. He was back yesterday causing other problems. We'll see if he goes for strike number 3 today.
The planter only made it 24 hours, 6pm Sunday to 6pm Monday. 10 hours if you just count it as being the first business day. Congratulations to all who won... even though you really didn't win anything. 8)
^Sounds like a soap opera.
-Joel from Southern California