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"Question about SOS"
 
   Gryph,
Since Mia and Nall exist will Ghaleon or any body else from Lunar show up. I think Ghaleon could be fun. He wasn't really evil (as Eternal Blue shows).

KaiserDrgn
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  RE: Question about SOS Gryphonadmin Aug-17-01 1
     RE: Question about SOS Mister Fnord Aug-17-01 2
         RE: Question about SOS KaiserDrgn Aug-17-01 3
             RE: Question about SOS Gryphonadmin Aug-17-01 4
                 RE: Question about SOS Wedge Aug-17-01 5
                 RE: Question about SOS Laudre Aug-17-01 6
                 RE: Question about SOS KaiserDrgn Aug-17-01 7
                 RE: Question about SOS goldenfire Aug-17-01 8
                     RE: Question about SOS Star Ranger4 Aug-20-01 9

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Gryphonadmin
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Aug-17-01, 06:19 PM (EST)
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1. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   >Since Mia and Nall exist will Ghaleon or any body else from Lunar show
>up. I think Ghaleon could be fun. He wasn't really evil (as Eternal
>Blue shows).

That would be telling.

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Mister Fnord
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2. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   >That would be telling.

Great, we're in the Village again. I suppose that explains all the penny-farthing bicycles lying around.

Mr. Fnord, now if you'll excuse me, Rover needs his walkies.
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KaiserDrgn
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3. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   >>That would be telling.
>
>Great, we're in the Village again. I suppose that explains all the
>penny-farthing bicycles lying around.

Village?
explain this for the newbie.

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Gryphonadmin
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4. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   >>Great, we're in the Village again. I suppose that explains all the
>>penny-farthing bicycles lying around.
>
>Village?
>explain this for the newbie.

Reference to The Prisoner, an irritating British TV show from the late 1960s (and the extremely surreal sequel to Secret Agent, the show whose opening theme was the Johnny Rivers hit "Secret Agent Man"). I seem to have inadvertently quoted it.

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5. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   >>>Great, we're in the Village again. I suppose that explains all the
>>>penny-farthing bicycles lying around.
>>
>>Village?
>>explain this for the newbie.
>
>Reference to The Prisoner, an irritating British TV show from
>the late 1960s (and the extremely surreal sequel to Secret
>Agent
, the show whose opening theme was the Johnny Rivers hit
>"Secret Agent Man"). I seem to have inadvertently quoted it.

I never have managed to see an episode for myself, but the Simpsons episode that had Homer sent to the Village was a riot.

Marge: "You know, once you get used to the druggings, it's really not such a bad place."

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6. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   >Reference to The Prisoner, an irritating British TV show from
>the late 1960s (and the extremely surreal sequel to Secret
>Agent
, the show whose opening theme was the Johnny Rivers hit
>"Secret Agent Man"). I seem to have inadvertently quoted it.

Irritating? I rather liked The Prisoner.

But then, I also loved A Clockwork Orange, and I know that Gryph loathes Kubrick. Different strokes and all that.

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KaiserDrgn
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7. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   Oh
well now I don't feel so bad for not getting the refrence
KaiserDrgn
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8. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   >Reference to The Prisoner, an irritating British TV show from
>the late 1960s (and the extremely surreal sequel to Secret
>Agent
, the show whose opening theme was the Johnny Rivers hit
>"Secret Agent Man"). I seem to have inadvertently quoted it.

Where am I?

In The Village.
What do you want?
Information.
Why am I here??
Information.
Whose SIDE are you on?!?
That would be telling.

That exchange is from the opening sequence. yes, I liked the show, although it was somewhat repetetive....the sheer amount of paranoia was fun :)


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9. "RE: Question about SOS"
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   heh. The most amazing piece of play with EVERYONE's brain that was ever produced for the small screen, NGE included.

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