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Re: [ECC AAR} FMA Sheep

From: "Tony Finan" <the_nemesis@c...>
Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 20:16:14 -0400
Subject: Re: [ECC AAR} FMA Sheep

 The weak link here is obviously Jon. He must be stopped from letting
players susceptible to such damage into those games. The rest of us
can't be 
trusted to do what is right for ourselves.

Tony Finan
Chairman - Philcon 2005
"Somewhere across the water, They're storming palace gates, Scared of
moth/flame metaphor,
We fall asleep and wait, Singing for a future but, The chorus comes too
Because they'll tell you, Don't try this at home"

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Laserlight" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, May 12, 2005 8:07 PM
Subject: Re: [ECC AAR} FMA Sheep

> OA wrote:  > > >Somehow I don't think "Early Intervention" will be
> sufficient for the
>> > >FMA:Sheep players...
> I said:
>> >Oh, it's possible.	Despite Adrian's claim, roughly 45 of this
> year's ECC
>> >attendees seem to have made it through the FMA Sheep game with
> minimal
>> >psychiatric trauma.
> OA inquired:
>> Those 45 ECC attendees wouldn't happen to be the ones who *didn't*
> play in
>> FMA:Sheep, would it...?
> "Early Intervention" would therefore be most helpful about three
> months before ECC, while you're deciding what events to participate
> in.

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