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7-26-2011 @ 4:58PM
Tyler, Sorry you got the business end of the glass cannon factory. Mages are a touchy sort, conditioned to overreacting to perceived threats. When you die in under 3 seconds on an hourly basis, you really have to get on the offense in a hurry if you hope to survive. I know that's no excuse for rude treatment after you were being kind and doing a favor for our fearless leader, and I'm in no position to apologize for others. I would like to offer some helpful tips of how to keep the explosive, frosty, and arcaney-bursty folks from going all frothy again:1) Mention a lack of cladding on one's loins. It's funny because it's true. 2) At least one poop joke, artistically worded with lots of alliteration. 3) Distract them with links to sexy loot. Spirit is not sexy, FYI. 4) Watch a few Aronofsky films, stay with about that level of obscure/zany while writing. 5) Obiwan was wrong, it wasn't only the sith that deal in absolutes. When done writing, change all positives and negatives to the highest superlatives or pejoratives you can find in the thesaurus. 6) If you do catch the thesaurus, ride him like Zorro. He's a pretty dinosaur and breaks like the wind.
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