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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby bergsteigen » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:41 pm

kafka wrote:
Paula wrote:Rumor has it Deuce was only HighPilgrim half the time, he had another character the other 49% of the time...


Your percentages are off somewhat.


Awww, the kitty has come out to play!
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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby DeucesWild » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:43 pm

bergsteigen wrote:Awww, the kitty has come out to play!


That damn cat keeps getting around the parental controls. I apologize for his misguided behavior.
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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby Paula » Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:09 pm

kafka wrote:
Paula wrote:Rumor has it Deuce was only HighPilgrim half the time, he had another character the other 49% of the time...


Your percentages are off somewhat.


Silly kitty, a half is a fraction, not a percent.

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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby SilverLynx » Tue Dec 18, 2012 11:14 pm

Paula wrote:
49ersRule wrote:
Dex wrote:Say it ain,t so Deuce!

They are saying that you have such a lonely life that you need to invent HighPilgrim so you aren't so alone.


Deuce created more than 1 character.


Rumor has it Deuce was only HighPilgrim half the time, he had another character the other 49% of the time...

What was happening the other 1% of the time? We can't have percentages of people's time unaccounted for...
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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby DanaMac » Wed Dec 19, 2012 10:04 pm

To the OP, we were on Princeton that day with you all. We chatted a bit at the ice spot on the road where you parked, then we took off ahead of you. You later leapfrogged us on the trail, and we caught up with Jake and Sasha at their stopping point, and talked for a few. We met up with you on your descent from the summit as we were getting close.

During our descent, we noticed that the three of you were not together. Anna looks to have a pretty fast pace, up and down the mountain. We saw the two of you off the regular trail, and Jake and the pup were heading down the same trail we originally came up. It had looked like Jake/Sasha were walking slow, and I thought maybe Sasha was having issues walking, so we tried to hurry up our pace to catch up in case Jake needed help with her. But we never caught up, which surprised us as I thought we were moving pretty fast on the way down.

So we had some concerns that you all were having issues, but having never caught up, and seeing your vehicle gone, we figured you were all ok. Glad to hear you all made it, although with some confusion and miscommunication. Personally, the two of us had a GREAT day on Princeton!!! Number 14 for each of us.

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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby bonehead » Sat Dec 22, 2012 6:58 pm

I considered the Deuce as a friend/foe.
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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby highpilgrim » Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:27 pm

bonehead wrote:I considered the Deuce as a friend/foe.


If you're prepared to drink beer with a liberal (mostly), I'll put in a good word for you with the Deuce, Pat. He told me he enjoyed sparring with you.
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Re: Making mistakes on Princeton

Postby bonehead » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:58 am

highpilgrim wrote:
bonehead wrote:I considered the Deuce as a friend/foe.


If you're prepared to drink beer with a liberal (mostly), I'll put in a good word for you with the Deuce, Pat. He told me he enjoyed sparring with you.


Hell, I'll hoist one with anyone.
Deuce just kept changing his 'Location'
too often for me to keep up with him/her.
He did however take his beatings well.
I admired that, I'll miss him.
Maybe You can be a good stand-in.
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