The Wayward WebLog

Oh, what a tangled web

June, 2004

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    More Stump the Chump

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    If you missed it last time around, here is you chance to stump the Wayward. Ask him your incredibly difficult to answer questions and he will answer them, guaranteed! This is no front for a quick google search. I'm talking about tapping the power of the...
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    Solitude - Part XI

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII , IX , X “I’m trying,” he said, lifting himself weakly from the ground. “I think there is something I can do.” His voice trembled under the strain. Of course, he...
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    Spamming the Feed

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    It has come to my attention that my plethora of posts on so trivial of topics has been construed by some as the equivalent of spam, the blasting of electronic bits down the proverbial throats of others, the unsuspecting masses of web surfers caught in...
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    Solitude - Part X

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII , IX The rest was mostly a blur, the memory of the events preceding the nothingness. For a moment, it was soothing; to be at rest, careless, bodiless in a void, no sensations, only his own thoughts...
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    Thunder bored

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    This movie is probably going to be a stinker. They really should have kept the puppets. Matt
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    The Wayward Chump Answers All

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    I received the following questions from by post “Stump the Chump“ Q: what... is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow? A: I'll tell you if you bring me a shrubbery. Q: How many plain M&M's could you fit into a Boeing...
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    Solitude - Part IX

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII , VIII Oetho trembled. The pain in his heart was his only sensation. He allowed the stone to slip from his grip and dangle from the chain. “Alright,” he shouted. “Just let her breathe...
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    Outside of the Box

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    I should not be able to type right now. I shouldn't be able to move my arm to lift my hand up to the keyboard. My arm should be too sore to do anything but hang limp from my shoulder. I think I have enough drugs to keep me going for the day, so I can...
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    Solitude - Part VIII

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI , VII “It’s here,” he shouted. “Forget about the goat. We have to find the stone or we’ll all be dead.” Oetho sprang into action. He pushed crates aside and waded deep...
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    Solitude - Part VII

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    Read Parts I , II , III , IV , V , VI The Ban-Tho howled in a deep, low rumble. “Si-lenze,” it said with a snarl. “I killed not these ones.” Oetho could easily understand the creature’s speech. He had dealt with...
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