LB log - 20120817
by, 18 Aug 2012 at 12:59 AM (188 Views)
It looks like I'll have to do some major date shifting in the draft content once I get everything organized and synchronized with what I originally had up with the website and work that I did a decade ago. Speaking of which - the site is still down thanks to miscommunication by the hosting company, and a payment which was made after we came to realize that the site was unavailable is still "in process" as it has been for a few days now, which tells us nothing helpful. Hopefully we can get this issue resolved before the hosting company has completely deleted the content which was on their host.
When Brian Forenze approached the door way, it opened before him as he reached out to the door handle. A large man dressed in an impeccably clean business suit held the door open for him from the inside. He nodded once. Brian looked away as he entered, and the man holding the door open closed it after he entered and remained in the doorway. The only direction in which he could go was to the immediate right, and upon turning the corner he looked over to the main living room of the house and saw four other men standing there. All five in the room stood silent, the other four of which stood surrounding a simple wooden table with no chairs. There were four small boxes arranged on the table. Against the left wall stood Phillip Torro, to Phillip's left was Xavier Stillman, to Xavier's left was Albert Courin, and standing to Albert's left against the right wall was Judge Nicholas Carrel. This was the first time these five men were ever in the same room together, and Brian assumed that nobody knew each other, neither by name or face.
"Good, you're on time. Glad to see you.", said the man at the right wall, who then continued speaking promptly. "We have no time to waste, gentlemen. I am Judge Nicholas Carrel. The only person here who may recognize me is you," he said while nodding to Xavier, who quickly shook his head to say "no" in response. "Right, I recall you mostly staring off in your trial. Even better. Regardless. The language I will use here will be very vague, and you will soon understand it is to all of our benefits. The reason that you are all gathered here is the reason why you were all given leave on your incarceration - because we have a job for you all to do, and you were chosen as the best men to do the job. Recall that this is your chance to redeem yourself, as well - you found yourself where you were because you fucked up. Consider this your Last Chance. You may not get another. Particularly since I - we - can put you right back in a blink. Never forget it. Now. The way this was done before was through a protocol of code names. It may seem stupid, but it does the job. We have chosen how you will adopt them for yourselves and your future comrades of your choosing. Your particular identities will be assigned now." Judge Carrel then slid one box to each of the other four men. "Each box has poker cards in them. Only of one particular suit, and only of two through ten. You will now choose one from the box at random."
Albert was given the hearts box, and drew a nine.
Phillip was given the clubs box, and drew a four.
Brian was given the spades box, and drew a seven.
Xavier was given the diamonds box, and drew a two.
The Judge spoke again.
"Nine of Hearts. Four of Clubs. Seven of Spades. Two of Diamonds. Remember these names, everyone. The suit assignments weren't random, if you were wondering. You can figure out the rest. Report to my office at the courthouse at 8AM. Hearts on Monday, Clubs Tuesday, Spades Wednesday, Diamonds Thursday."
Sure seems like Come With Me is chosen pretty frequently, doesn't it? Another failure with it, too. The middle will wreck the whole play if you can't get out of it with like 20% or so, and the amount of bad scratch chord potential is great enough that doing so isn't assured. Point proven here. At least I only had one song come early on which is a 3000 note clusterfuck and with it out of the way I played most of the songs fairly well. Surprised to do so bad with SSS, and I could hear how badly I was hitting it at the end. I guess I had some bad chords? Oh well.Code:EX% & Rank EX.p/f pg.gr.gd.bd.pr combo nc onc %+ date mr t take me higher @ 67.17 A 1189.P 430.3126.96.36.199 0123 0885 2012-08-17T23:21:53:608Z 0113- innocent infant @ 38.60 D 1829.F 598.633.676.140.589 0124 2369 2012-08-17T23:25:50:831Z 0672- tizona del cid @ 66.00 B 1534.P 575.3188.8.131.52 0147 1162 2012-08-17T23:28:45:129Z 0036- come with me @ 63.58 B 1161.F 433.2184.108.40.206 0122 0913 2012-08-17T23:32:22:290Z 0061- dont let it go @ 61.97 B 1056.F 389.2220.127.116.11 0096 0852 2012-08-17T23:34:48:807Z 0019- yellow sunrise @ 55.83 B 1780.F 660.460.325.52.234 0241 1594 2012-08-17T23:37:43:865Z 0256- perfect world @ 76.68 A 1227.P 418.104.22.168.30 0127 0800 2012-08-17T23:40:49:640Z 0046- サヨナラ・ヘヴン @ 60.94 B 1615.F 600.422.214.171.124 0135 1325 0957 038.45 2012-08-17T23:44:08:936Z 01.47+ 0039+ 31+17-10-0+24+ 0013+ 2012-06-16T00:38:31:760Z make your move @ 77.49 A 0809.P 3126.96.36.199.2 0320 0522 2012-08-17T23:47:48:719Z 0007- genocide @ 33.88 D 1226.F 397.432.576.88.549 0038 1809 2012-08-17T23:52:39:648Z 0176- V2 @ 58.98 B 2213.F 813.587.300.43.272 0155 1876 1686 011.26 2012-08-17T23:55:54:751Z 01.34+ 0050+ 34+18-0+7-4- 0041+ 2012-07-08T01:14:09:072Z wanna tell that word @ 63.51 B 1607.F 603.401.171.17.121 0121 1265 1066 018.66 2012-08-18T00:00:56:728Z 02.01+ 0051+ 18+15+16-10-30- 0007- 2012-05-14T00:28:49:387Z solid state squad @ 49.92 C 2109.F 749.611.457.108.409 0105 2112 2012-08-18T00:05:37:336Z 0265- beat machine @ 78.08 AA 0887.P 3188.8.131.52.3 0427 0568 0568 0 2012-08-18T00:14:45:673Z 01.20+ 0012+ 23+34-10+0+2- 0124- 2012-03-20T03:35:04:840Z festa do sol @ 65.81 B 1136.F 426.2184.108.40.206 0204 0863 2012-08-18T00:20:36:976Z 0131- ライオン好き @ 77.04 A 1128.P 4220.127.116.11.24 0169 0732 2012-08-18T00:26:46:696Z 0004-
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