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  1. I'd likely of stared at you glaring. Then you'd likely suddenly teleport to the bridge and I'd feel guilty for not insta tazing you. Start freaking out over coms. Be advised by the captains statements / tazers firing from my north west / checking the teleporter's calibration, Head back and begrudgingly detain you through force and conversation. Since I likely wouldn't even have cuffs. ( do BS's start with cuffs? Can't recall. )
  2. Love ya man! Glad to hear you will be lurking around for a bit. Proud of ya for living life to the fullest
  3. Lol awesome! And oddly hilarious :3
  4. as syndicate Explosives expert, i tend to buy a viscerator grenade if that counts!
  5. I like using it to dispose of bodies
  6. Its pretty easy! My husband and I will make three. One for each of us and one for our little black kitty :3 A Jack O'Lantern starts off as a pumpkin, but once its carved then its officially a Jack Fun fact they used to carve turnips originally! They are meant to emulate the ol' Will-o'-the-Wisp of ancient peat bogs and other tales. Here is a horrifying turnip one for reference. While we are on the topic of Jacks! Have you heard of the tale of the Headless Hessian Horseman?!?! One of my favorite colonial ghost stories! Sleepy Hollow is a fascinating tale, and the township still exists.... to this day!!! Who would dare to walk the bridge on all hallows eve, the witching hour drawing near.... *Insert spooky laughter!*
  7. Spooky Scary Skeletons. Skeletons everywhere! ~ ~ We will be carving Jack O' Lanterns soon here in Colorado.
  8. Malphystoh

    I'm back.

    There are now clown mag boots as a traitor item ! Welcome back
  9. Having Salicylic acid as a pill form minor brute is so odd. That's how the ancient cultures used willow bark and to further quote wiki, " Salicylic acid was also isolated from the herb meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria, formerly classified as Spiraea ulmaria) by German researchers in 1839. While their extract was somewhat effective, it also caused digestive problems such as gastric irritation, bleeding, diarrhea and even death when consumed in high doses." The most common modern use for this seems to be for topical acne / wart treatment.