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posted 14 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionBattlestar Galactica on SciFi by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i've only seen a couple episodes, as i don;t have a tv. but my boyfriend LOVES the show and has been getting me hooked on it. view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionAges by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

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posted 14 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionPoll: What would you be in prince of nothing? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'd like to be scylvendi. i like the purity of a wild race like them. also, i would like to break men. :lol: view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionAnticipation of The Aspect-Emperor by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i don;lt know, but i also like the format of the books. i have the thousandofld thought sitting here in front of me, and i really love the feel of it and the look of the pages. it makes it seem like it is some ancient prize. view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionTop 10 (or so) Ways You Kow You're an R. Scott Bakker Fan by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: some really good ones! i'll have to think on this a bit... view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 16:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionStarring "Insert Actor Here" as Kelhuss! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

still have to add a couple, but here's my list so far... as much as i would love to see these books in movie form, i almost don't. i don;t think it could ever be given justice. Kellhus - Karl Urban [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/karlurban.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] Achamian - Esmenet - Monica Belluci [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/monicabelluci.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] Cnaiür - Wes Studi [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/wesstudi.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] Serwë - Jodhi May [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/jodhimay.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] Proyas - Billy Zane [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/billyzane.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] Nautzera - Gary Oldman [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/garyoldman.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] Eleäzaras - John Noble [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/johnnoble.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] Iyokus - Conphas - Barry Pepper [img:jctps9bz]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/movie/barrypepper.jpg[/img:jctps9bz] view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 18:03 in Literature DiscussionEddings by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i never heard of david eddings until a couple months ago. i read the belgariad in about a week and i just loved em. they're hardly comparable to some more epic series' but they're just so fun. mind you i still constantly read xanth books. they're like a break from everything else. view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 18:03 in Literature DiscussionAnyone read American Gods, by Neil Gaiman? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Kingslayer":1y8objxu]I have read American Gods, Neil Gaiman is one of my favorite authors. I have all of his books including a couple of his childrens books simply cuz they are good stories (Like Coraline). Good Omens was an excellent book (Authored along with Terry Pratchett).[/quote:1y8objxu] i read good omens some years ago, and then was recommended american gods afterwards. i think both are excellent. i've since lent it to so many people to read, who have pretty much all enjoyed it very much. i enjoyed good omens more, simply because it was so much fun. i'd end up laughing on the bus and having people stare at me all weird like. anyone read anansi boys yet? i got it for yule and it was wicked. actually, anything by neil gaiman is pretty good. i loved coraline. view post


r.a. salvatore's war of the spider queen series posted 14 Mar 2006, 18:03 in Literature Discussionr.a. salvatore's war of the spider queen series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

has anyone read this series of 7 books, all based around drow elves? i really haven't read too many forgotten realms books, but my boyfriend lent me this whole series. it's not written by salvatore, but i guess the story concept was his, and he had other authors write each book. i definitely recommend it to anyone who likes that sort of stuff. view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 18:03 in Literature DiscussionR.A. Salvatore's DemonWars Saga by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

of all that i only have read the highwayman. but i should look into this series. reading the war of the spider queen series got me really into the whole salvatore & forgotten realms world. view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 18:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDrugs by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i have used A LOT of drugs in my day, but i really don;t anymore. i like to smoke pot still, and to have the odd drink, but more serious drugs just aren;t worth the hassle anymore. everyone's reasons for drug use are different. i find that smoking pot helps to relax me to the point where i can really let out my creativity. i paint a lot, and while i can paint while totally sober, it just isn;t the same. it's like my brain is running to quickly for me to be able to sit calmly and paint. view post


posted 14 Mar 2006, 18:03 in Philosophy Discussionwho should determine what is "right"? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well, one the one hand, i would say that it is up to the individual to decide what is right. however, what if one person thinks it is right to kill someone out of revenge? it is up to those who are in power to set out some rules and guidlines as to what is right and wrong. i don;t think those who are in power should decide upon things that are individual. for example, marijuana is illegal. they think it's wrong to smoke it. however, that should be something that is up to an individual to decide upon. holding the door for an elderly person is right, but people don;t do it as much as they should. certain things that affect other people should be outlined by the masses and those in power. things that only affect yourself whould be decided upon by yourself. view post


posted 15 Mar 2006, 15:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionKellhus: dog or cat person? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i think he would be a cat person. cats are very meticulous and observant. they can de very detached from the world around them and feel superior to other creatures. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionBOREDOM!!! shoot me or write another book! please! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

wow, that's shit. when i was on unemployment a few years back i got like $1400 a month. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Off-Topic Discussionyou have to hear this! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

-sniff- that's beautiful, man! if it were me, i probably woulda decked the hillbilly. i have about 50 or sopages left of TTT, so maybe i'll have a funny story too. but i'll probably just finish it on the subway, or while sitting in my bed procrastinating dinner. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Off-Topic Discussionsettle this once and for all by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well, if we want to be grammatically correct, none of the above. but since i don;t care about proper grammar, i vote for spoilericious. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionAM I ALONE? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i have a friend who is moving to arkansas to marry some fine young lady. i'll suggest they read it. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionBOREDOM!!! shoot me or write another book! please! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oddly enough, my job currently pays $1400 a month, which i find to be ridiculously low. mind you, with the salary i made before claiming EI, $1400 was a drastic drop. toronto is ridiculously expensive to live in. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDrugs by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

sokar: i really think it depends on the person. my brain moves insanely fast normally. i'll have a zillion thoughts at once, and end up feeling as though i've missed something important. pot slows down my thought process, making it easier to catch each individual thought and being able to ponder it for at least a moment. back in high school i was, um, a class clown, sorta. my art teacher knew i cam to class most days high as a kite, but she didn;t mind because those days were the ones where i just sat quietly and did my work. drugs are not bad, it's how some people react to them. i know some people who can;t stand pot, it makes them nervous and paranoid, etc. i've really never had that feeling tho. i've done a hell of a lot of acid too, back when it was easier to find than pot. some people would have terrible trips and freak out, but that is something that never happened to me. i always knew what was going on and was always in control. some people can;t handle that, and they shouldn;t do drugs. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Philosophy DiscussionNuclear Power by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm kind of split on the issue. looking back at chernobyl obviously raises the concerns of something like that happening again. however, science has evolved a hell of a lot within the last 50 years, and i think nuclear power would be a lot safer nowadays. i was born in pickering, ontario, where there is a nuclear plant, but i never really knew much about. however, i think there are way better alternatives, and that nuclear power is only part of the future energy needs. for example, denmark has been investing in a lot of windmills. something like that has a huge start up cost, but it eventually pays for itself. when the world runs out of oil and coal, the danes will be laughing their asses off at us, cos they will be basically self sufficient. i think more nations definitely shold be looking into wind powered generators, as well as solar powered ones. if they start phasing these things in now, by the time we truly need them they will be there. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDrugs by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":3i924jba]i agree[/quote:3i924jba] cirlce takes the square! view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

good question. i always wondered if i would be happier if i were dumb. my thoughts are that, is it not possible to be concious of all the suffering of man in the world, and still be content? or am i just a deranged sicko who takes pleasure in bad things? view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionAM I ALONE? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

they're a bunch of crazy metalheads, i'm sure they can handle themselves. oh wait, he's quebecois, they'll probably burn him as a witch. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 21:03 in Author Q & AFan art for the PoN by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i think it would be excellent to see everyones take on what the characters look like. in fact, i think i will dojust that. i'm moving into a new apartment in about a week, and i will have lots of light with which to paint, and maybe i'll do a series. all i paint is portraits anyways, so why not. i'd definitely be interested in seeing other people's interpretations. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 21:03 in Author Q & AA question concerning your cat. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

that's sweet. it took me weeks to name each of my cats. view post


posted 16 Mar 2006, 21:03 in Philosophy DiscussionNuclear Power by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

and yet canada still imports most of its oil! i just don;t understand. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Philosophy DiscussionNuclear Power by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i disagree about windmills being an eyesore. a few years ago i went over to sweden, and had a stop-over in denmark. with the plane flying so low over denmark you could see all the windmills just off the coast, rows and rows of them, and i thought it looked awesome! i suppose you find coolling towers more attractive? anyways, wind powered generators are not the solution, they are imply part of the solution. we should be looking into using all kinds of clean energy sources, from wind, to sun, to ethanol and hydrogen fuel cells. fuck oil and coal. they're so primitive. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 15:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i really can;t be bothered to read through 8 pages of this, so i'll just leave my bit... i believe in god, but not as some being, but as a force of energy that gave us life. everything has a cause and effect, so if life began on this planet, there had to be something to cause it. i'm pretty vehemently anti-christians*, and i find it hilarious when others think this is simply a rebellion, that it's 'cool' to not be christian. which i don't buy for a moment. i was never baptised, i've neve rgone to church in my life (aside from weddings and funerals) and i was never brought up to believe in such things. *i'd like to add that i'm not necessarily against christianity itself. it seems like a good enough religion, in theory. no worse than any other. but somewhere along the lines, its believers messed it up and started killing in the name of their meek and gentle lord. i cannot believe in something that people have used for such atrocities. i also know many good hearted christians who are willing to allow others their freedom to believe what they want. others, preach and evangelize and it makes me sick. view post


just finished the thousandfold thought posted 17 Mar 2006, 15:03 in The Thousandfold Thoughtjust finished the thousandfold thought by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

and i'm not entirely sure how i feel about it. i think i'm more sad that it's finished and i can;t read it anymore. this is the first book(s) that i've truly fallen in love with the characters. they are so like real people to me, that i just want to know more, i want to know everything that heppens to them for the rest of their lives. i miss them already. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 15:03 in Author Q & AFan art for the PoN by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":3oxh7emi]errr, not fair, the only window in my apartment is overlooking the beautiful view of an alleyway :cry: . but yeah, I can't wait to see what people think the folks from PoN look like too.[/quote:3oxh7emi] hey man, i've been living in a tiny bachelor apartment for the last 6 months.. i deserve some light! anyways, in about a year i'll have something to show of my PoN portrait series. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 16:03 in The Thousandfold Thoughtjust finished the thousandfold thought by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm moving soon, and i've packed all my books away! grrr, i think i'm gonna have to go shopping at lunch. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 17:03 in The Thousandfold Thoughtjust finished the thousandfold thought by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

thanks EE, that sounds very cool. i'll have to look into that author.. carry him at bakka-phoenix? view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 17:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh i agree, i do have christian friends that are just fantastic.. but i'm a good person, i'm compassionate and loving, and have a similar take on life as them.. but because i do not accept jesus, that makes them so much better? i cannot accept that. besides, even if i could, i just have too many qualms with too many things.. i prefer to think for myself. i think the bible is cool tho. i just see it as a collection of cultural stories, just like the mabinogion or the baghavad gita (sp?)... it's a great -story- view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 18:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionHow did you get your username? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i looked in the TTT glossary. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Philosophy DiscussionNuclear Power by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i think the bigger problem is that after centuries of burning coal and oil, we're about to suffocate ourselves with pollutants.. just cos something makes our lives easier, does not mean t's the best choice. cheap, reliable, effective, versatiler, killing us. hmm, sounds like a good deal to me. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Philosophy DiscussionNuclear Power by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":1lfxfhoz] Oh, and there's no invention better than alcohol, I just thought I'd clear that up. :lol:[/quote:1lfxfhoz] i certainly agree there. now, despite my hatred for st. patrick, i'm gonna go get some guinness on my way home. view post


posted 17 Mar 2006, 20:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Randal":ky3bytxb]religiosity.[/quote:ky3bytxb] this is officially my new favorite word. view post


posted 20 Mar 2006, 14:03 in The Thousandfold Thoughtjust finished the thousandfold thought by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Entropic_existence":3izkw3mv]Edge, pick up the first too, the third or fourth is just coming out in the US soon. The publishing schedules should be synced up by book 7 I think. (The UK is ahead of Canada...they already have Book 6) and order the rest online from Chapters.ca or Amazon.ca if you like them. Gierra, Although I'm a fellow Torontonian I've only lived here since September and so haven't been to Bakka-Pheonix, but since they are the pre-eminent SF&F retailer in Canada and Erickson is Canadian I should think they do.[/quote:3izkw3mv] heh, i've lived here most of my life, and only found out about the place after they moved to queen & bathurst.. only been there twice, myself. you s hould definitely check out the store, i'm sorry it took me so long to find it :lol: view post


posted 20 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Philosophy DiscussionNuclear Power by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

st. patrick was a welshman who coverted ireland to christianity and drove out all the pagans (snakes/serpents). he is now celebrated by getting raucoussly drunk. i may have some irish in me, but i despise st patrick and all that he stands fo. but i did buy some irish whiskey for the first time. as a scot, i'm still biased as to who makes the best whiskies, but it wasn;t so bad. view post


posted 20 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i don;t think that the existence of god negates the big bang, and vice versa. the reason that scientists cannot (and probably will never) know what happened before is that all our laws of physics relate to our universe, but since it is impossible to tell what happened before the beginning of the universe, all our posturing and comtimplating will do nothing, because those laws don;t necessarily comply with what existed before, if anything. the big bang was the beginning of what we have now, and the end of what was before. i don;t know if any of that made any sense, actually. view post


posted 21 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

god is ike a house of mirrors. or something like that. i'm tired. view post


posted 21 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Philosophy DiscussionFree Will by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i believe in both free will and destiny/fate. i kinda think of life as a choose-your-own-adventure story. ultimately your life is made up of choices. you have the free will to make those choices as you see fit, but each choice will lead in a predetermined path. looking at how the universe it made up, i can;t imagine everything being completely random. view post


posted 21 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Philosophy DiscussionTranshumanism and Genetic Engineering by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm not terribly against it, i think we're just so far from knowing enough about it that we would not be able to do something responsibly. it raises so many questions about regulations, where do you draw the line with what you can and cannot do. science and technology are part of our evolution.. we certainly didn;t get to the top of the food chain by the strength of our bodies! obviously it has a lot of good points. we can test fetuses now to see if they will get things like CP and MS, so if genetic engineering can correct that, then that's great. but then people will say, well we can tell our child will have bad eyesight, let's fix that. oh, our child will be more prone to obesity, let's fix that. oh, our child will have freckles, we don;t like that, let's get rid of them. and so on and so on. where do you draw the line? i haven't thought enough about it, or even knoiw enough about the subject to really form a solid opinion tho. view post


posted 22 Mar 2006, 15:03 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":1ja4mxte][quote="xhaldur":1ja4mxte]to answer the original question of this thread, I believe thousands of gods exist. Some people call me a neo-pagan or whatever. Personally, I believe that men make gods. I believe that in the beginning, a god is just an idea, but after hundreds, thousands, even millions of people continually pray/worship to a certain deity, that deity is then made real. I make my own scented oils, incense, altars, charms. I've been working silver and other metals for over 10 years so I'm good at the whole charm thing by now hehe. I always wear around 3-6 charms on my body everyday and won't leave the house without them. I know that seems wierd and I suppose it is a little =P One thing I do is keep my personal practices to myself. I usually don't talk about them to anyone, I keep it a private relationship between the deities that I do worship and myself. I think religion is a good thing, it helps inspire many people to be someone better, to help others, etc. However there's always a flipside and it's sad that we have such extremists today in the world. Like Pat Robertson and other supreme asses of the Christian right or Islamic militants who decide to kill all the infidels. In general, I just try to be a good person and be nice to people.[/quote:1ja4mxte] You sound like the book American Gods.[/quote:1ja4mxte] haha, what i was thinking exactly. view post


posted 29 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

funny how i never saw this before.. music is my life.. favorite bands? it's hard to say but i will have to go with bathory, carcass, pungent stench, GWAR, venom, falkenbach, (old) ulver, yyrkoon, umm.. i'm on a lot of painkillers, i'll have to think about this more. view post


posted 29 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionStarring "Insert Actor Here" as Kelhuss! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm dissapointed in the lack of photos in this thread. i don;t know who half these people everyone is saying are. diane keaton? isn;t she like 60? esmi is only supposed to be in her mid to late 30's i thought. view post


posted 30 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionStarring "Insert Actor Here" as Kelhuss! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i don;t know who the hell diane lane is.. view post


posted 30 Mar 2006, 15:03 in Literature DiscussionDan Brown by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="AjDeath":2m0mkfjq] Listen to Grave.[/quote:2m0mkfjq] that's just good advice for anything. view post


posted 30 Mar 2006, 15:03 in The Thousandfold ThoughtCnaiur by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i think his final swazond was for killing moengus. that was pretty much his only aim for all his life. i don;t believe he's dead. view post


posted 30 Mar 2006, 15:03 in The Thousandfold Thoughtback to what comes before ...why Esmenet? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the only thing i can think of to say, at the moment, is that you need to learn to break up your paragraphs. that was terribly hard on the eyes. view post


posted 31 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionSex by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm woman #8. as for girls not liking the story because there was too much violence and not enough love story. -barf- i don;t think anything could have too much violence. view post


posted 31 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Literature DiscussionBooks that have induced a mindfuck by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i haven't even heard of 1/4 of those books... mostly cos a lot of them look boring as hell... HHGTTG a mindfuck? right. poppy z. brite should be on there. now she is a mindfuck. view post


a limerick posted 31 Mar 2006, 14:03 in Member Written Worksa limerick by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i don;t really write much. i could link to a story i wrote that is on a friends' band site, but then you'd all see my boobies, and well, i don;t know you that well. but here is a limerick i wrote like 10 years ago while bored and in a coffee shop. it's terribly not great or anything, just thought i'd share. a stale cigarette mixed with caffeine i sit in a corner where i am not seen i ache and cry and wonder why it had never been. um, ya. *edit.. :lol: it's -not- great. view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 19:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionStarring "Insert Actor Here" as Kelhuss! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: ya, catherine zeta-jones would have been my second choice for esmenet.. glad to see some more photos and thought put into your picks! view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 19:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat we look like by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

back around xmas time... [img:1esiy9cs]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/satanmandy.jpg[/img:1esiy9cs] view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 19:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionSex by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Randal":9mvyimy9]Gierra: I'm not sure I agree with you there. Violence for the sake of it would be boring. And even violence that serves a purpose can be... too much.[/quote:9mvyimy9] guess i shouldn;t post any of my writing.. it's all about a sexy chick who goes around maiming people with chainsaws just for the hell of it.. i like blood and gore and violence. -shrugs- view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 20:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat is your favorite sport? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the only sport i like to watch and/or paticipate in is sex. view post


posted 04 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat we look like by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i love that picture. it's hilarious. i should find one from 'the scotch incident.' view post


posted 04 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="AjDeath":2zrwgypp]Gone back to the Bloodbath as of late. :twisted:[/quote:2zrwgypp] [img:2zrwgypp]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/shred.gif[/img:2zrwgypp] at work, crappy radio.. grossss while waking up: bathory- blood fire death view post


posted 04 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat is your favorite sport? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":wp7i013i]Football, swimming, snowboarding, track, the list goes on. When did sex(not denying that it requires stamina and skill)become a sport? Because that would be one interesting Olympic event.[/quote:wp7i013i] oh it's a sport, as long as you're doing it right. pretty much in the same way that hunting is a sport. both of which i love. view post


posted 04 Apr 2006, 15:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat is your favorite sport? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Entropic_existence":26f8fw35]If you really work it you can wrap "hunting" and sex up into one big event![/quote:26f8fw35] that would be HOT! view post


what do you do posted 04 Apr 2006, 17:04 in Off-Topic Discussionwhat do you do by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

what do you do for work? or school? i work for a social housing company. the largest in north america, in fact. and while that sounds important, i just run the mailroom. i process mail and print and copy shit, and fix people's mistakes. as unambitious as it is, i love my job. i'll love it more when they hire me permanently (i've been here for 9 months) and pay me a proper salary. the best thing about working for a city company: they get rememberance day off as a holiday... and since my birthday is the day before... no hungover work days ! wooo! except for all the other days. so. what do you do? view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat is your favorite sport? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

it's funny that girls will complain about being 'hunted', especially at a club. HELLO! you got all dolled up and went to the club for the purpose of being hunted! i've never been to a dance club, personally. and at concerts i usually just have combat pants and a tshirt. but still, being hunted is nice. hunting is also fun. ok, i have to focus on work. bad gierra! view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Ziin haj-Anzrini":3cwp9hrm]I spent the last hour reading through this thread and I would like to say that it is a credit to the character of the people on this forum that this thread has retained an air of civility for over a year. I have participated in many discussions such as this over the internet and they have an unfortunate tendency to fall apart. I, for one, am a firm believer in Christianity... I won't cite my denomination because I don't want to be categorised as such.[/quote:3cwp9hrm] i noticed that as well. mature and tolerant people, here. view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Author Q & AFemale Dunyain? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 17:04 in Member Written Worksa limerick by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

thanks, i have better ones, but there a wee bit too personal. maybe i'll post my chainsaw story. view post


Re: How did you start writing? posted 05 Apr 2006, 17:04 in Member Written WorksHow did you start writing? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Jesh":2j3t4kzo]Did you just one day pick up a pen and started writing? [/quote:2j3t4kzo] yes, pretty much. view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 17:04 in Literature DiscussionWhy read fantasy? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ever since i was a little kid, i always liked stories about dragons and elves and faeries and epic battles and all that. then my aunt gave me a laundry basket full of dragonlance books. hooked. view post


the decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore posted 05 Apr 2006, 19:04 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

at the behest of mr. warrior-poet, here is a story i wrote last year. i plan on making it a series. some future title ideas are: the chainswhore does dallas the texas chainswhore massacre iwarrior vs. the chainswhore (:lol: sorry, inside joke) enjoy. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- BBBBZZZZ-crunch-ZZZCCCHHHH-drip-CHTCHTBBZZZZZZZ-sploosh-ZZZZZZZZ The sound of a chainsaw ripping through flesh and bone. *SMASH* The woman hesitated. Was that a window smashing? “You’re lucky, dude.” And she was gone. The scene: Gore. Blood. Pieces of bone plastered to the wall with his blood. The man, if you could still call him that, lay upon the floor near the wall. His chest rose and fell, slowly, barely. He cried as he looked down at his body; what was left of it, anyways. His arms were gone, only small, quivering stumps were there to remind him of their existence. His legs, too, were mostly missing, severed at the knees. His stomach was splayed, revealing his viscera, torn and shredded as it was. His intestines hung down his side and gathered on the floor. “Holy Jebus! What the hell happened here?!” “I don’t know, but maybe this is the wrong house to try to rob. Let’s go next door where that old asshole lives. Easy prey, man.” And they were gone. The man let out a long sigh. His only hope, his final breath. Oh well, so life goes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- She sat at a large oak table cleaning her saw; blood was hard to clean from between chainsaw teeth. But she’d be there all night, if that were what it took to return her saw to the clean, shining metal she loved so passionately. She scrubbed her saw roughly. Tonight had been a bad night. She had not been allowed to finish. The man would be dead, of course, but her had not suffered enough. She hummed along to Burzum and continued to scrub. She would find out who had balked her, and she would make them suffer too. The Chainswhore would let no act go unavenged. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Red Durst was a douche bag. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, he didn’t know it. He was a detective, but he was currently suspended under suspicion of circulating seized drugs. Red was nearly through his bottle of whisky. Losing his job would be bad, really bad, but there was no real evidence against him; he would be cleared most likely. But his friends, his colleagues, his ex-wife, they would never look at him the same. His reputation was ruined. He cranked Godsmack a little louder and masturbated furiously. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The sun had set and inside Arrow Hall the almighty GWAR were tearing it up in true scumdog style. The crowd devoured the blood and the noise and the screams of naked, under-age girls. But the skinny teenage boy saw none of that. He had seen his beloved band, Every Time I Die, and did not care for any of that growling crap that came on after. He stumbled along through the lines of cars, drunk from the one beer he had some dude buy him. Shadows danced upon his glossy black hair, and light shone upon his fitted t-shirt. If anyone had been around to see it they would have read the words: I’m sad because my girlfriend left me for being Ghey. “Hey kiddo,” her low voice cut through the shadows. “What? Hello?” “Over here. Do you like Every Time I Die?” “Yeah! I just saw them. They were even better than abstaining from sex with my girlfriend!” She laughed. A soft, low laugh it was little more than a rustle in the darkness. “They’re my friends, you know. I’ll bet they’d like to hear that, wanna come back to the bus with me?” The kid, with X’s on his hands, stood there speechless. Dare he go with this strange woman who stood before him? Dare he meet his favourite band? “Sure,” he said, trying to sound casual. “That’d be all right.” “Rad city! Their bus is on the other side of the hall, we’ll walk around this way,” and she was off, walking around a tree and across the road. The kid followed slowly. The woman seemed nice enough, but something didn’t feel right. In the end, his fanboy nature won out, and as the woman disappeared around a corner, he jogged to catch up. He felt the cold metal against his face as he was thrown against the wall. Something sharp was pushed through his shoulder. He winced, and she hit him. “Don’t move, you little pussy. I know it’s hard for you little emo shitheads to act like men, but try for me, please baby?” she kissed him playfully on his chain and then bit down… hard. He let out a muffled cry as she ripped off a piece of his skin. “Cry your emo tears, they won’t help you now!” “Have… m… mer… cy,” he gasped. “Mercy! I don’t even know the meaning of the word,” she wrapped her little finger through his off-centre lip ring and pulled. The kid gasped again as his lip was ripped open and the Chainswhore licked his bloody mouth. There was nothing then. The kid slumped back against the wall and shuddered. He was in pain, but he would be okay. It was done. She was gone. BBBBZZZZZZCHCHCHTCHTCHZZZCHTZZTZZCHBZZZZCHCHTCHCHZZZZZZ His eyes sprung open, and they widened in terror as he saw her. In her arms was her beautiful, gleaming saw. Spewing smoke and fumes and noise, what a thing of beauty! She stepped forward. He braced himself. First she cut off his hands. He screamed and she cut off his arms. The kid fell and sobbed on the ground. The Chainswhore pushed her saw into his side; blood and flesh and tissue flew. She laughed, her eyes alive with her lust. The kid was silent now. His breaths still came, laboured and sparse. She revved up her saw for one final cut, and she split the kid in half from shoulder to hip. She knelt beside his lifeless face, ran her fingertips over his black-lined eyes and kissed him. “Was it good for you too, hun?” she giggled. She scalped him then, and tore out his eyes. Trophies. Toys. She walked home, singing ‘My Knife in Yer Guts,’ with a smile on her face. Tonight had been a good night. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “Today’s top story: a teenage boy was found slaughtered after a heavy metal festival last night. Police are not releasing the boy’s identity or any details of the murder, except that the crime was ‘shocking in its brutality.’ There are no suspects at this time. We will update you on any new details as we receive them.” -click- “Beauty,” she muttered and threw back a shot of Jagermeister. She leaned back in her chair and took a pull from the joint in her hand. She was tired; this time she had stayed up all night cleaning her saw. Now it glittered where it sat on the oak table, reflecting the myriad candles around the room. An ash dropped on her naked legs and she brushed it away. The sun had fully risen by now and she fell asleep with Kveldssanger playing upon her ears. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Red Durst sat likewise in his chair, drunk, watching the news. Another long, sleepless night of worrying and wallowing. He was only mildly worried about his job, it had just been bad timing. It was a year ago, now, that his wife had left him for the guitarist of a black metal band. He had been devastated. He even started his own band in a pathetic attempt to get her back. Unfortunately for good ol’ Red, he was a douche bag. His band had been nothing more than a whole bunch of douche bags who thought they were ‘hardcore, yo!’ but were, in reality, snivelling boys who could only whine about not being able to get laid. So, as can only be expected of her, the ex-wife simply laughed at him. That’s what had really hurt him, that laugh. As he watched the story unfolding on the news, Red was gaining hope. “Ifff I caaan ssolve this caaase, I’m golllden! That’ll ssshow that fffuckin’ bitcccchh!” he slurred, and jumped out of his chair, slipping on his empty whisky bottle and falling against the coffee table. And here, with the news and Static-X playing, Red found his much needed sleep. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “Hey, pass me another beer, man,” the guy said. He had long brown hair and glasses; tall but skinny, he slouched. He had worn blue jeans on and white sneakers. His oh, so fashionable outfit was topped off by a long sleeved Manowar t-shirt and a large ring on his right index finger. It was a cobra with ruby red eyes. He had bought it at a convenient store for $2.99. His friend, a short and squat young man pulled a beer from a cooler and tossed it over. “Dude, this show is gonna ROCK!” he smiled. The tall, skinny man nodded as he cracked open his beer. “Hell yeah. I’ve seen Manowar five times, and they just keep getting better and louder,” he took a long swig of his beer. “Tonight is gonna be great.” “Well, it’s almost 10:00. Finish off that beer and we’ll head in,” the stout fellow went about grabbing their tickets and locking up his truck. “Eric, do you know who these openers are, Rhapsody?” “No man,” Eric said, adjusting his glasses. “You know I only listen to Manowar and Dragonforce.” “Yeah, you’re such a loser.” “Shut up, asswipe.” They walked into the Opera House and headed straight towards the bar. “Loser,” his friend muttered again, once Eric was out of earshot. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- She presented her ticket and went in, and headed straight towards the bar. “Liquid cocaine,” she ordered. She looked around at the crowd. ‘Fucking losers,’ she thought to herself. ‘Only good for pulling apart and bathing in.’ At this, her lip curled up into what really could have been a smile, or a snarl. “Another,” she said to the woman behind the bar. “Uh, make that two.” The Chainswhore downed her two shots, left the woman a large tip and went to her hunt. She saw a multitude of men who have never known a woman. This made her task of picking up some lame Manoqueer fan that much easier. Any of these men would kill for the chance to leave with her. She stopped near the stairs and leaned against the railing. “So why don’t you listen to any other bands, man?” a low squeaky voice asked behind her. “I’ve already told you, Manowar is the greatest band EV-ER. Ahem, followed closely by Dragonforce. Why waste my time listening to some sub-par bands who will never, not in their wildest dreams, ever hope to be half as amazing as Manowar.” The Chainswhore turned around and, spying Eric slouching away, smiled. “Wow, sounds like you love Manowar just as much as I do!” she exclaimed. Eric stared at the woman standing in front of him. She wore a small, black leather dress, knee high black boots and she was wrapped in chains. On her arms were spiked leather gauntlets and her fingers wore silver rings of all sorts. Her hair was brown, her eyes were blue and she was pale. Her face still smiling, she was beautiful; his dream girl. “You like Manowar too, that’s awesome!” he said. “Oh yeah, I’ve been looking forward to this show for months. I just know it’s gonna be a killer night.” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Red Durst was in attendance as well. He didn’t really listen to Manowar, but everyone said they were the Kings of Metal, so he said he liked them. He banged his head as he wandered through the crowd. Rhapsody was playing and the audience was going nuts; Red could see heads and limbs floating above the crowd. People crashed into each other, spilled their beers, got some new bruises: generally, they had a great time. Someone crashed into Red, spilling his beer. The kid grinned up at him, shot out a quick, “sorry,” and disappeared back within the raging mob before Red could even flash him a nasty look. He looked around in search of some pretty young girls to harass and that’s when he saw the chains. The boots. The leather. She saw him too, although he didn’t notice. She was talking to a tall, skinny man who had to slouch even more to talk to her. Red could dispatch that guy with no problem, so he began to walk over. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “Manowar will be going on soon!” Eric said and grinned. “Damn right, I can’t wait. Hey, you wanna do something after the show?” Eric hesitated. This woman in front of him was everything he had ever looked for. Of course he wanted to go, but why did she? Surely she could have her choice of men here. “Of course, that sounds like fun.” “Cool, I’ll catch up with ya later, I’ve got a few things I gotta do, people I gotta go see,” she explained. “See ya, hot stuff.” By the time Red made it over to her, she was gone. He and Eric exchanged glances, and he left to find her. The show was over. Manowar had, in all their geriatric glory, wounded several people’s hearing, and had left a permanent grin on Eric’s face. He saw her in the lobby and she beckoned him to follow her outside. They discussed how great the show had been and how stupid most of the people at the show were: how they called themselves fans but they would never truly appreciate the genius that is Manowar. They talked of many things. They were in an alley now, just off Queen Street. “What are we doing here?” Eric asked. He was a little afraid and he hoped she couldn’t tell. She could. “I just wanna smoke a little joint, okay?” Eric nodded. The Chainswhore reached into her purse and withdrew a long dagger. Eric would have screamed, but he never had time. The blade was up to his throat; his eyes were closed but he could feel her breath upon his face. “But first, we have some unfinished business, you fuckin’ dork. You thought that you had a chance with me?” she laughed, a long rolling laugh. “I hate Manowar, and I hate everyone who obsesses over them… like you,” she glared at him. “You’re so closed-minded, you wouldn’t know good music if it kicked you in the balls!” she spat in his face. Eric tried to speak, but no sound came out of his mouth. He could feel the sharp edge of the dagger against his throat, he could see the bloodlust in her eyes. She punched him. Eric watched in terror as she pulled another dagger from her bag. She spread his arms up and apart and pushed each blade through his wrists, pinning him against the wooden gate. Now he could not move, could not flee, could not ever hope to see sunlight again. The Chainswhore traced the point of her claw-ring along Eric’s face, down his throat, his chest, his stomach… and then she ripped him open. Eric screamed and she kissed him. “Silence, my love.” The Chainswhore started to scratch him more. Bright red blood ran from many small wounds on his face and chest and stomach. Eric sobbed quietly. She licked his cheek, covered in blood, and she whispered into his ear. Eric’s eyes shot open. He shook himself wildly, trying to free his body from the wood behind. The Chainswhore took a few steps back, into the shadows, where her saw sat waiting, wanting. A smile stretched across her face as she returned to her plaything, watching him try to escape. She started her saw, it screamed and it sputtered. Eric squirmed harder, but the daggers held. “Don’t tell me it’s too loud for you, sweetheart!” she taunted. With saw extended, she stepped forward, and she went for his ears. Teeth gnashing only a few centimetres from his head, she paused. “He likes it loud, right,” she giggled to herself. Enough waiting, she left bloody mush where his ears had been only a moment ago. Deaf now, and nearly blind from pain (or was that just his lost glasses), Eric was defeated. He slumped forward, letting the daggers take his full measly weight. The Chainswhore cut off his legs, below the knee. His legs kicked and spasmed, his lunged heaved and his heart beat wildly. She brought her saw upwards between his legs, effectively castrating him, and continued up to his ribcage. One more horizontal cut and she was done. A work of art… she sighed. She sang ‘I am God,” as she fled into the shadows. “I kill people just for pleasure…” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Red had watched her as she left with that scrawny kid. He walked down Queen Street now, looking into alleys as he passed them. He could hear a loud growling noise, and he vaguely wondered what it was; it was too late for construction, for sure. The noise had stopped only a couple minutes after it had started, and Red dismissed it. Now he peered down a long alley; at the end of the alley there was a wooden gate with a light shining upon it. The were something against the wall, but he could not see that far. He walked slowly down the corridor, it was very dark and very quiet and he could hear each step he made. That one had made a splash. He looked up. There, upon the wall, was the upper half of a man, crucified, with his lower half laying in pieces on the ground below him. Red quickly emptied his stomach of all the beer he had drank that night, and while doubled over, he spied the boot prints in the blood. It was her! Red thought of the news report, too. He stood up and backed out of the alley. This could be it, the solution to his problems. He would follow her now, see what she did and gather evidence. One thing was for sure, for good ol’ Red: she would go down for this, and he would be lauded as the greatest detective of all time. He whistled a KORN song as he waited for the streetcar. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Chainswhore blasted Watain as she scrubbed her saw. She banged her head wildly, what fun this night had been. She looked down at the broken glasses and the cobra ring, still on its finger. She loved her trophies. Saw cleaned, she rose and put these newest ones on the mantle. In front of the empty fireplace, the Chainswhore sat and smoked a joint. The ice cubes in her glass of Talisker clinked around as she moved to knock off an ash. Suitably drunk, she stumbled off to bed, still hearing blastbeats as she drifted off to sleep. She dreamt of bunnies and how many ways she could decapitate them. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Red Durst went to many concerts over the next month. She was at many of them, and when she was, she always left with a friend. Red would follow her and watch her twisted games. The Chainswhore put on a show for him: she introduced him to the vilest of pleasure, showed him how long intestines really are, showed him the colour of the gall bladder. She knew he watched her, of course. She would secretly taunt him with her actions. She knew that Red thought himself safe and unseen, but she would show him otherwise soon enough. The news stations aired story after bloody story about the mutilation murders. The unsolved cases were piling up and everyone was scared. Everyone, that is, except for stupid ol’ Red Durst. He just smiled as he watched the anchors plea for tips from the public. He didn’t care about any of the victims, only about all the credit that would go to him when he ‘solved’ the case. He had been collecting pieces of evidence from the crime scenes before the police ever discovered them; they would never solve the case without him. Tomorrow night would be it: his favourite band, Metallica, was playing at the Air Canada Centre. He knew she would be there, hunting, and this time he would tip off the cops and she would be caught blood-red handed. Sweet victory. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Standing outside the A.C.C., surrounded by sweet smelling smoke, she stood waiting. She studied the faces of the kids around her, searching for her victims: there would be two tonight. The show had started already and some crappy opening band was playing, so the Chainswhore waited outside. It was a clear night, a nearly full moon shone brightly, reflecting off her many chains. She saw Red Durst, then, in his baggy jeans and long wallet chain. He had his eyebrow pierced and his hair neatly shorn and he was wearing a jersey that said ‘Fly For a White Guy’ and had the number 69 on the back. In short, he looked GHEY. He saw her too, but her attention had been drawn elsewhere by then. He spied the boy just as she did. He was short and thin, maybe 14 or 15. His hair was freshly cut, bleached and dyed bright blue. He wore a (new) Metallica t-shirt, slim blue jeans that didn’t quite hit his ankles and a pair of Nike shoes. He had his wallet on a long chain too. The Chainswhore loved him instantly, she would find him later and they would have fun. A security guard announced that Metallica would be going on stage in twenty minutes, and the people who had been hanging around outside began to file inside to find their seats. The Chainswhore went in too, and Red Durst followed only a few places behind. The Chainswhore, Red Durst and the stupid looking kid all had floor tickets. How conveeeeeeeeenient. The show was pretty crappy, the band had played all new songs. ‘Nothing before Load, what assholes!’ thought the Chainswhore. “Man what an awesome set! St. Anger is their best album ever, I’m glad they didn’t play any of their old crap,” a small voice said behind her. The Chainswhore turned around slowly. She didn’t have to, she knew exactly who had spoken the blasphemy. She looked at the kid and grinned. “You know, that’s exactly what I was just thinking,” she lied. “I mean, Master of Puppets, what were they thinking!?” The kid laughed. “Yeah, I know. That shit sucks.” “I have a friend who is Lars’ personal assistant, I could try to sneak you backstage to meet them, if you want.” His jaw dropped. “You’re kidding!” The Chainswhore shook her head. “Well yeah, that’d be really neat,” the kid said. “All right, well come on, then,” she grabbed the kid’s hand and lead him to a door near the stage, through it and outside. “They park their bus down the street a bit, you know, to keep the mobs of fans away. It’s just down here a bit,” she explained as they traversed a dark street, still holding hands. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Red Durst had seen them leave and was now following. She could smell him, the faint smell of liquor, sweat and desperation. She picked up the kid and swung him against a dumpster, and he collapsed in a pile on the ground. She kicked him once in the ribs and dragged him, Nike-clad feet first, further into the shadows. “What the hell are you doing? Help! HELP!!” the kid croaked. She kicked him again, this time in the back. He began to cry. She picked him up and stood him against the brick wall. “Lemme tell you something, kid. Metallica were once great metal gods, but they lost it. They’re dead, they sold out. The flame of passion they once had for playing heavy metal is long since gone. But you wouldn’t know any of that, you only listen to what you’re told to. There’s so much great music out there, but you’ve squandered your chance to hear it all,” she bit his ear and ripped a piece off, the kid howling. She stuffed the piece into his mouth and then licked a drop of blood from her thumb. She took a length of chain from her body and wrapped the kid up. He lost his balance and toppled over; she kicked him once more. She pulled a small hatchet from her purse and swiftly chopped off one of the kid’s hands. He screamed wildly, but was soon silenced as she filled his mouth with his own severed hand. The Chainswhore unwrapped a leather thong from her wrist and secured the hand in place. She used the hatchet to make several deep gashes in the kid’s arms and legs. He was sobbing and choking now, but thoroughly helpless. The Chainswhore retreated into the shadows and she did not return. A whole minute passed, and then another. Red Durst had been watching the whole thing. He took a step toward the kid’s shuddering body and then looked around and listened: nothing. He took a few more steps and stopped again: still nothing. He pulled out his cell phone and dialled 911. “Yes, this is Red Durst of 52 Division. I’ve found a body downtown, I think it’s the mutilating murderers work. I’m at—” he was hit from behind. “You stupid fuckin’ dicknose, try that again and you’re toast,” she paused. “Well, you’re toast anyways, but still, don’t do that.” Red looked up at this ferocious woman standing over him. She kicked him hard in the face and blood spurt forth from his nose. She tied Red up like she had the boy, and then she lay them next to each other, both on their backs so they could see her. She stood at their feet and both guys stared up at her with wide eyes, glazed with terror. “Okay, boys, here’s your lesson for today. The music you listen to is shit. SHIT!” she kicked the boy, and he made a muffled cry. “Both of you are posers. You think you’re cool because you listen to the music that you are told is ‘cool.’ But guess what, the music you listen to is not what decides coolness. You guys are dorks, no matter if you listen to the mighty Bathory or not. It doesn’t matter if you appreciate the genius of Garm Wolf or Chuck Schuldiner. It’s choosing for yourself. It’s liking something because you truly like it, not just because Much Music told you it was good. And unfortunately for you guys, I happen to really like cutting people up with chainsaws. Especially you fucking little rats,” she kicked Red in the throat, and he coughed madly. There was a steel garbage can behind her, and from it she took her beloved saw. BBBBZZZZZCHCHTCHTCHCHTZZZZZBZZTCHZZCHZCHCHCHCHTZZZZZZZZ It whined and wailed. Both guys rolled around the ground trying to escape from their bonds. The Chainswhore threw back her head and laughed. With one long cut, neither man had feet. Another, and their shins were gone too. One more and they simply had no legs at all. She turned her saw off then, and stood over her playmates, closer this time. Both men glistened with sweat and tears and blood. Their torsos were covered with chips of bone and chunks of flesh and skin. They moaned in unison. The Chainswhore withdrew a straight razor from one of her boots, and she danced, and she sang ‘Fist-Fucked with a Razor’ and she sliced them. She peeled skin off and she poked at the long gashes she made. She drew the blade down the chest of the kid, splitting him open. She reached her hands inside and ripped out his intestines, roping them around his body and Red’s. She took out other organs, showing each one to him delicately. She pried his ribcage apart which, unfortunately, killed him. His heart beat weakly a few more times as she ripped it out and laid it upon Red’s chest. She picked up her saw, and Red watched in disgust as she dug her saw into the boy’s viscera. Guts and gore flew, the walls splattered with blood. Then there was an eerie silence. Red looked around, anxious, and then he heard footsteps near his head. Suddenly, the blade sliced across his chest, and then she was straddling him. “So, did you have fun watching me all those times?” she giggled at him. “I bet you like to watch,” she blew him a kiss. “Well, watch this,” she stood up and reached behind her, pulling something from beneath her dress. It was a small sword, little more than a dagger, and very thin. She pushed it slowly against his bicep, piercing the skin and sliding it slowly, until the concrete beneath stopped it. He moaned as she slid it slowly back out, and ran the bloody metal along her tongue. She repeated the action on the other arm, moving downwards, piercing him again and again. He struggled underneath her, but she kept him neatly pinned. Finally, she pushed the sword through his chest, near his collarbone, removed it and set it aside, taking up the razor blade again. She pushed the blade into the hole in his chest and pulled it towards her. She reached her fingers into this new wound and pulled it apart. Flesh tore and Red screamed through his gag. She dragged her fingers across her own chest, leaving streaks of brilliant red. This is what she loved: the terror in her victims’ eyes, the warmth of their life against her skin; it was what she lived for. She slashed at his chest again, again, again and he bucked, and she laughed. “You’re the best so far, baby,” she whispered. She stood up and turned him onto his stomach. BBBBZZZZZCHCHTCHTCHCHTZZZZZBZZTCHZZCHZCHCHCHCHTZZZZZZZZ Red tried to roll away, but a heavy boot on his back kept him in place. He tried to scream as he felt the teeth tear between his legs, but she only pushed the blade further into him, until he didn’t move anymore. She sliced him then, from neck to leg-stumps, leaving his head in tact. This was her trophy for tonight. Sirens wailed now and she was gone, once again, into the night. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This night the Chainswhore sat in absolute ecstasy, cleaning her saw. It shone now, more brilliant than ever. The sun was just peeking above the horizon, and she sat at the table and drank from a bottle of Jagermeister. Venom blared loudly in the background and the Chainswhore sang along drunkenly. She would rest for a spell; tonight had been enough excitement for a while. She took another long swig from the bottle and then sighed. She looked up at the head of Red Durst sitting on the mantle and grinned. She did another bong hit and stumbled off to bed. Tomorrow she would decide where she would travel to, a vacation sorely needed. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Three months later… “Dude, did you hear that?” “What?” “I just heard something.” “It was probably just the fridge.” Two men sat on a ragged sofa, drinking cheap beer and watching a television that had rabbit ears. They were total opposites of each other: one was large, a great mountain of a man, with pale, reddened skin and sandy blond hair; the other was small and wiry, with dark hair and a deep tan. His quick eyes flashed around the room. “Are you sure? I thought I heard something break,” he said. “You’re just paranoid, I didn’t hear anything,” his big friend replied. The small man looked around again; the room was full of boxes from their last job. In the corner of his eye, he saw movement near the door. Before he could even stand up to find a weapon she had her arms around him, choking him. His big, dumb friend leapt up in shock and fright, and she threw a knife at him, hitting him squarely in the shoulder. He howled as she threw the smaller man at a bookshelf where he collapsed, followed by many heavy books. The Chainswhore drew a flail from her bag and swung it towards the fat man, hitting him in the abdomen, and he doubled over in pain. She kneed him hard in the face and he fell to the floor. She returned to the darker man, who had only now dragged himself to a sitting position against the wall. He looked up at her slowly, seeing her standing in front of him, the spiked ball hanging near her ankles. “You two have caused me much grief. I found out it was you who interrupted me that night in Scarborough.” The man’s face went very pale. He remembered that night vividly, the decapitated man they had found in that house. The man was still alive when they found him, but they had fled and told no one. His conscience had been haunting him ever since. “You did that?” he spat out finally. “Yep, I gladly take credit for that. It was supposed to be my masterpiece… but you and your fat fuck of a friend had to go and ruin it all,” she glared down at him. “And now you’re gonna fuckin’ pay.” She hit him in the side with the flail and he grunted in pain. She kicked his face, leaving a large red mark. She returned to the fat man, still lying on the floor, and she ripped the knife out of his shoulder. He cried out loudly, but she kicked him in the throat, which shut him up. She drew the sharp tip of the knife along his chest, leaving a bright red streak on his white t-shirt. He sobbed. The small, dark man had steadied himself on his feet, but the Chainswhore stabbed him in the gut before he could even take a step. He gasped and staggered backwards, hitting the wall. She followed him, pulling the knife out and stabbing him again. He fell to his knees and she punched him in the face, breaking his nose. Blood spattered the wall behind him; he fell to the floor, clutching his face, and cried. The Chainswhore returned to the fat man who still held his throat. “Big, but a total pussy. Just wonderful. You can’t even give me a challenge!” she kicked him in the gut. “You guys aren’t even worth having fun with.” BBBBZZZZZCHCHTCHTCHCHTZZZZZBZZTCHZZCHZCHCHCHCHTZZZZZZZZ She made quick work of them, their screams drowned out by the buzzing of her saw. The two thieves would only be seen again in a large pile of assorted parts. The Chainswhore left the house avenged, albeit unimpressed, and walked down the dark street, chainsaw in her hand, and she sang: Looking for her victims Bloodlust in her eyes Luring them with promises Lust is her disguise Taking from their bodies Feeding on their pain Wielding up her chainsaw No life will remain Hacking through their tender flesh Bone is ripped apart The buzzing of the chainsaw Brings joyness to her heart The frenzy of her slaughter The madness of her spree She's merely acting out a - Twisted sexual fantasy She's a whore With a chainsaw Fucking whore A fucking Chainswhore She loves the smell of gasoline An aphrodisiac It really turns her on When there's bodies she can hack The steaming hot red entrails Mangled guts and death Make her cum in multiples The gasping of her breath Looking for her victims Bloodlust in her eyes Luring them with promises Lust is her disguise Taking from their bodies Feeding on their pain Wielding up her chainsaw No life will remain She's a whore With a chainsaw Fucking whore A fucking Chainswhore view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 19:04 in Off-Topic Discussionwhat do you do by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Gregor Lux":25zbb7wp]I'm a grade 5 elementary school teacher. I used to be an accountant but switched to teaching due to some moral issues with the financial mindset. I really enjoy teaching but after spending a day with the little monsters its nice to relax reading or doing computer stuff.[/quote:25zbb7wp] i imagine that would be fun, but also frustrating. i used to volunteer at a turkish school, teaching arts & crafts.. the kids were really quite wonderful, if somewhat stupid. they were very sweet, but they refused to think for themselves and would copy exactly any example i made to show them what we were doing. i also imagine it would be less frustrating if i were paid for it. view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 20:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWords You Like or Don't Like by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i like the word cunt, and i use it far too often. (if the photocopier had ears, they would be blushing.) i also like the word phlegm. and discombobulate. view post


hobbies? posted 05 Apr 2006, 20:04 in Off-Topic Discussionhobbies? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

besides the one thing we have in common, reading, what are some of your hobbies? my main one would be painting and drawing. my main subject matter is people. that's one of my works in my avatar, and more can be found at myspace.com/thechainswhore. i also like to sew. i alter a lot of t-shirts (cos metal shirts never come in small!) and now i'm collecting old shirts to make pillows out of. cooking and baking are a great hobby. i like making things that are a bit out of the ordinary, using lots of herbs and spices and flowers. i also like anything involving the outdoors. i think i was born into the wrong century, as i would love to be stuck in the middle of some great forest and have to carve out an existence for myself. i plan on doing so, only in a more controlled manner (ie. having equity in an already owned house to blown on materials and such while building a home.) umm. i plan on re-taking up archery this summer. i was on the team in high school but haven;t picked up a bow since then. but my hubby's dad has a ton of property out on the escarpment and we plan ono setting up a range. wooo fun! so how do you people kill time in an enjoyable way? view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic Discussionhobbies? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="AjDeath":qh2zj01d]I swear alot, it is fun, do it. Especially in public because fuck prudes..[/quote:qh2zj01d] haha me too view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

just picked up the new akercocke and the windir tribute album, so i'll be listening to those mostly. i also have a LARGE pile of random promos to go through. tho most of those will suck. view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the brightonomicon by robert rankin... aka my new hero view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the song at the end is a real song by a friends band, from which was based a mascot, which i play. in case you didn;t already notice, i like gore. view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Off-Topic Discussionhobbies? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="xhaldur":2x83o5ru]and usually everyweekend I work on my silversmithing (i like to make charms, etc)[/quote:2x83o5ru] that's very cool, i have always been interested in working with metal. i was welding for a while, and got my tickets and junk, but i was more interested in sculpture and creativity with it. i wanted to delve more into blacksmithing, but i have never really had the space for it. view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWords You Like or Don't Like by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Curethan":mdcc1ge0]diphthong.[/quote:mdcc1ge0] i think it's a fantastic word! a word i don;t like is pink. everything about it is stupid. view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 16:04 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Peter":24ngftdj][quote="gierra":24ngftdj][quote="Ziin haj-Anzrini":24ngftdj]I spent the last hour reading through this thread and I would like to say that it is a credit to the character of the people on this forum that this thread has retained an air of civility for over a year. I have participated in many discussions such as this over the internet and they have an unfortunate tendency to fall apart. I, for one, am a firm believer in Christianity... I won't cite my denomination because I don't want to be categorised as such.[/quote:24ngftdj] i noticed that as well. mature and tolerant people, here.[/quote:24ngftdj] Yeah, we really must do something about that. I mean what is the point of discussion boards if not to descend into petty name-calling. Next you'll be telling me that tolerant open discussion allows for people to better understand not only each other, but also the ideas involved. :D[/quote:24ngftdj] i actually prefer name-calling. it's far more interesting. mind you, i call everybody bad names. for no reason. view post


posted 07 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Philosophy DiscussionChe Guevara by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i remember reading an article some years back, in a response to a movie being made about hitler. people were outraged by how the movie was depicting hitler as a normal human being, as opposed to some inhuman monster. it went on later to discuss che, how the only reason people regard him as any kind of a hero is because he died before he had the chance to do anything truly bad (or worse than he did). view post


posted 07 Apr 2006, 17:04 in Philosophy DiscussionChe Guevara by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well said. let us remember that communism is based on violent overthrow. guevera was a communist. in his "Message to the Tricontinental", he writes of "hatred as an element of struggle; unbending hatred for the enemy, which pushes a human being beyond his natural limitations, making him into an effective, violent, selective, and cold-blooded killing machine." ya, he really sounds like someone to admire. view post


posted 10 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Literature DiscussionFavorite books/series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

anything by robert rankin. i've only read 'the hollow chocolate bunnies of the apocalypse' and 'the witches of chiswick' so far, and working my way through 'the brightonomicon' as i type.. but he is awesome. provided you like twisted british humour. view post


posted 10 Apr 2006, 17:04 in Off-Topic Discussionhobbies? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Zarathinius":3cuy6g8q]One of my main interests is architecture. I'm very intrigued by the design elements that make houses enjoyable to live in versus the weird designs that are popular with many high-end architects. Honestly, a vaulted ceiling seems to serve no purpose other than to be impressive and awkward.[/quote:3cuy6g8q] haha, i love vaulted ceilings.. honestly, i don;t see the point of having a flat ceiling. how boring! i plan on designing a house in the future, so i've been looking into stuff like that a lot lately. while searching for a place to live a couple months ago, i really noticed how badly most houses are designed. view post


posted 11 Apr 2006, 01:04 in Off-Topic Discussionhobbies? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i hear ya. i've moved 5 times in the last 3 years.. it's nice to be in a place that i can spend some time decorating. in a few years we should be in a house and then i can knock down walls! yeehaw view post


posted 11 Apr 2006, 01:04 in Literature DiscussionFavorite books/series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i just finished the brightonomicon this afternoon and i'm sad. it was so much fun to read! my credit card is gonna see bad days as i track down the rest of his books.. and he's got a lot. ya, if you liked hitchikers guide even a little bit, you will LOVE rankin. and i find that a bold statment to make. view post


posted 11 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWords You Like or Don't Like by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you should never meet me then, i call people fags all the time. view post


posted 13 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionWords You Like or Don't Like by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

troublesome females -snickers- view post


posted 13 Apr 2006, 19:04 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

thanks! hopefully the oncoming nice weather will inspire me to continue with the series.. i have all these ideas, but i haven't quite been able to put them together... the next ones will be even more gruesome.. view post


posted 18 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

moonsorrow - verisäkeet view post


posted 18 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

nothing :cry: i need to visit my dad and get my books.. or buy something new.. hmmmmm view post


posted 24 Apr 2006, 14:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":3cpwzger]yeah...i listen to some wierd $h!t[/quote:3cpwzger] ya, i don;t think i've heard of any of those.. no, i think i heard a song by the first one.. maybe.. sounds familiar view post


posted 25 Apr 2006, 13:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Curethan":1474g9ol]Seems like the majority of people who post here are into Metal, or at least prog rock, which I find interesting. Does it go with the literature, or is it just that people are more passionate about that sort of music?[/quote:1474g9ol] ya, that's weird. i know A LOT of fantasy fans who are metalheads.. in fact i met my husband at a kreator show by trading fantasy books.. when he gave me the darkness that comes before to read, i knew it was love :lol: view post


posted 25 Apr 2006, 14:04 in Philosophy DiscussionCan we really tell history "as it was"? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i believe primal was responding to grantaires post about how we cannot understand history completely because we could never understand the mentality that those people in the past would have had. he's basically saying that we, in a such a highly evolved and technical society we couldn't, but in many parts of the world there really hasn;t been much change throughout centuries. there are people who still build a shack for their family and grow crops and keep livestock, in the very same way that they would have 1000 years ago. looking at these people today would make it much easier to understand how people back then would have been. view post


posted 26 Apr 2006, 14:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

haha no, we started talkin on a metal board and just decided to trade some books... i dunno what the correllation is.. except for myself. i like folky, epic black metal, which often has very fantastic elements in its music and lyrics.. conversely i like a lot of gory death metal, which helps to appreciate the war scenes.. ok, i'm just pullin stuff outta my ass now.. view post


posted 26 Apr 2006, 14:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionKellhus: dog or cat person? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":17gr41xv]since when is kellhus Chinese (I can make that joke becase i'm paart Chinese...anyone who laughs a that is a racist.)[/quote:17gr41xv] well call me racist cos i laughed, as it reminded me of a story from my childhood. :lol: view post


posted 28 Apr 2006, 12:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

balook - piers anthony view post


posted 01 May 2006, 14:05 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeYour favourite character? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i feel almost cliched saying esmenet, being a woman myself it seems like the obvious choice. however, i really did find her interesting, mostly because i can see many people i know in her. i have several friends who are involved in the "sex trade" and it's weird, cos i can see so many similarities. i don;t know quite how to explain this any deeper, and there are other reasons.. i guess as a kid i was told to be girly and do girly things, and i never wanted to. i always wanted to play with tools and build tree forts and shit. so i guess to see someone defy men.. i dunno.. *edit. while i identify most with esmenet, my favorite character was cnaiur. i could be his proof any day :wink: view post


posted 03 May 2006, 12:05 in Literature DiscussionWho is most offensive. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i haven't read anything by any of those authors.. :lol: but i wouldn't say PoN is offensive at all.. look back hundreds of years ago, and that's pretty much what society was like for us (minus the sorcery and the sranc, of course). that is simply what people did. if it's offensive, than so is history. view post


posted 03 May 2006, 17:05 in The Warrior ProphetNilnameshi by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Mahajanga Mordecai":3ne0ktsv]Ah, I see. However I do remember Akka saying "pagan Nilnamesh" at some point; or rather [i:3ne0ktsv]thinking[/i:3ne0ktsv] it. [/quote:3ne0ktsv] that does sound familiar, actually.. view post


posted 08 May 2006, 19:05 in Literature DiscussionFavorite books/series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i ran out of books, so i'm re-reading one childhood favorite, island of the blue dolphins by scott o'dell. fortunately, i went to see my dad last night and brought home 5 boxes of books that i had stored there. now i need more shelves. view post


posted 11 May 2006, 18:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the catcher in the rye- j.d. salinger view post


posted 15 May 2006, 15:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionBattlestar Galactica on SciFi by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

my boyfriend got the first two seasons & miniseries on dvd for his birthday, so we've been watching a couple episodes almost every night.. i'm fuckin hooked. view post


posted 15 May 2006, 15:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat we look like by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

bump for new people.. here's a new photo, taken yesterday... [img:32chi1fp]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/satyricon.jpg[/img:32chi1fp] view post


posted 15 May 2006, 15:05 in Author Q & AMen and Nonmen Breeding by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":wiogruhe]Ok not gettin what your saying you said we already know that the offspring of the union would not be fertile but then you contradict yourself and say the Anasurimbor line comes from such a union that would make what you have to say completely contradictory.[/quote:wiogruhe] actually, he said we know they aren't [b:wiogruhe]sterile[/b:wiogruhe] because the anasurimbor line comes from men and nonmen breeding... view post


posted 15 May 2006, 19:05 in Author Q & AMen and Nonmen Breeding by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

fertile... sterile... i can see how sleep deprivation would confuse the two. :lol: view post


posted 18 May 2006, 13:05 in Off-Topic Discussionwhat kind of hat would akka wear? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i see him as being dressed in a ratty tunic, tied around the waist with rope or something.. no hat, pretty much like curethan said, with short cropped hair that is thinning a bit. if anything he might have a hooded cloak or something. view post


posted 18 May 2006, 13:05 in Philosophy DiscussionDo you believe a God exists? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":2k544591]die thread die! come on people, if we don't kill this thread soon, it will lay eggs in our ears and we will have little baby "is there a God?" threads swarming in our brains! and to make this post relevant, God told me to do it...lol, just kidding[/quote:2k544591] there's nothing wrong with discussing religion. at least there [i:2k544591]has[/i:2k544591] been discussion here, and not flaming. view post


posted 18 May 2006, 14:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i got bored of the cather in the rye.. so i'm reading 'the high king' by lloyd alexander. view post


posted 19 May 2006, 13:05 in Off-Topic Discussionwhat kind of hat would akka wear? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Curethan":2eszwgt4]Re: clothing; I kind of imagined one of those fat people's shapeless sleeved dress things - you know what I mean? Like Homer wore in that ep of the Simpsons when he packed on the pounds so he could work from home ;) [/quote:2eszwgt4] a mumu! :lol: view post


posted 19 May 2006, 13:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Tol h'Eddes":4yzemkeo]Yeah, I finished Catcher only because I was too proud to put it down ;) And to see why I kept hearing about it. [/quote:4yzemkeo] ya, i'll finish it eventually, i just don;t have the patience right now. so far i think it's just drivel. view post


posted 23 May 2006, 13:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="sunnKHANN":311irvqw]SunnO))) Electric Wizard[/quote:311irvqw] [img:311irvqw]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/abbath.gif[/img:311irvqw] view post


posted 23 May 2006, 13:05 in Off-Topic Discussionhaha, fine, "the beer thread" happy? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Curethan":2iqyjt1t] But if I wanna do some serious drinking, I head for the single malt irish whisky... Mebe we could all chip in for a nice bottle of Glenfiddich.[/quote:2iqyjt1t] glenfiddich is scotch whisky. and it's not even very good as far as scotch goes. i'm not a big beer fan, but i like stouts. st. ambroise oatmeal stout is great. fizzy yellow beer is not for me. view post


posted 25 May 2006, 16:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i must live ina hole.. what the hell is jrock? view post


posted 25 May 2006, 16:05 in Off-Topic Discussionhaha, fine, "the beer thread" happy? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Xray the Enforcer":2t90wrjx]Yeah, but was that mugwump jism harvested by the light of a gibbous moon? 'Cos it sucks if not. :wink: (although I gotta agree with Gierra. Glenfiddich is awful swill. Gimme a Lagavulin, Laphroaig, Highland Park or Oban instead.)[/quote:2t90wrjx] to be fair, some of the old vintage glenfiddich whiskies are ok. but your average $20 bottle is not. mmm talisker is my fave. view post


posted 25 May 2006, 17:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

don;t forget sigh. sigh are awesome. view post


posted 25 May 2006, 17:05 in Off-Topic Discussionhaha, fine, "the beer thread" happy? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i haven;t tried all that many... i like most of em tho.. not a big fan of peaty ones like laphroaig, but they have their place. view post


posted 25 May 2006, 17:05 in Literature DiscussionParadise Lost by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i have it at home, always meant to read it, but never got around to it.. eventually i will. view post


posted 01 Jun 2006, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionWebsites! Show yours off! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i just got my myspace page. there's just artwork on it.. [url:3tc7pxrd]http://www.myspace.com/thechainswhore[/url:3tc7pxrd] view post


posted 01 Jun 2006, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

mordred's curse by ian mcdowell view post


posted 09 Jun 2006, 12:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionList 'Em - Bands by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh gods, manoqueer. i actually saw them once.. i was redeemed by the fact that they played with immortal. -phew- view post


posted 09 Jun 2006, 17:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionVictory! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

sounds like true love :lol: any time there is a discussion about books i whore the hellout of this series.. view post


posted 11 Jun 2006, 17:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionVictory! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

my boyfriend was in chapters the other day, and saw this policewoman looking at books in the fantasy section. so he started talking to her and she ended up buying the darkness that comes before. how awesome is that! view post


posted 15 Jun 2006, 13:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionThe Hangover Whinge: Why oh Why? + A Misery Poll by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i've really only been drunk off tequila once (damn those mexicans!), and while i was ill, i didn;t have a hangover. the one time i had a really bad one was when i thought it would be a good idea to drink a bottle of scotch. i had to work the next day, and there was no possibility of calling in sick. fortunately it was a used book store, sunday and winter. i only had a half dozen customers. i just sat on my stool and kept my head on the desk, only lifting it when someone walked in. i was much better when my buddy came by and i closed the store and smoked a joint in the bathroom. anyways, not doing that again. view post


posted 16 Jun 2006, 12:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionThe Hangover Whinge: Why oh Why? + A Misery Poll by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'd like to say i'm done with tequila, but my inlaws have a huge party every september, and there's these mexican guys who bring up really awesome tequila. it's so smooth and sweet. fuck. sorry :lol: that doesn;t help, does it. view post


posted 28 Jun 2006, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionThe Hangover Whinge: Why oh Why? + A Misery Poll by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i really wish i was at home right now drinking gin. stupid work. view post


posted 28 Jun 2006, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionAny Webmasters out there? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm basically useless. view post


posted 29 Jun 2006, 13:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionThe Hangover Whinge: Why oh Why? + A Misery Poll by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well i got home and decided i'd rather drink mead.. mmmmm thank the gods it is a long weekend. view post


posted 04 Jul 2006, 15:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionThe Hangover Whinge: Why oh Why? + A Misery Poll by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Tol h'Eddes":9v7ffqk8][quote="gierra":9v7ffqk8]well i got home and decided i'd rather drink mead.. mmmmm thank the gods it is a long weekend.[/quote:9v7ffqk8] Yeahhhh ! Happy Birthday Canada ![/quote:9v7ffqk8] wooo! i celebrated with much debauchery and furniture refinishing! yay! view post


posted 06 Jul 2006, 18:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionThe Hangover Whinge: Why oh Why? + A Misery Poll by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Irn Bru [img:1yvyl150]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/nana.gif[/img:1yvyl150] view post


posted 06 Jul 2006, 18:07 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeNames and Pronunciation by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i really liked the names. it helped to show that this was not a story from our world, or our history. this is a completely differnt world and society. view post


posted 10 Jul 2006, 19:07 in Off-Topic Discussion'interesting' story not true by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you just learned this now? this is oooold news. view post


posted 12 Jul 2006, 16:07 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

still, even if ignorance and enlightenment are only effects, you can still choose to enlighten yourself, or to remain ignorant. or vice versa. view post


posted 17 Jul 2006, 13:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionGaming? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i used to just play vampire and werewolf, but haven't in several years. view post


Re: Ignorance is bliss... right? posted 17 Jul 2006, 13:07 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Mahajanga Mordecai":3v7x93fh][quote="gierra":3v7x93fh]still, even if ignorance and enlightenment are only effects, you can still choose to enlighten yourself, or to remain ignorant. or vice versa.[/quote:3v7x93fh] Maybe, but something in me balks at that idea. If you're talking about someone choosing to be ignorant of the conflict(s) in the Middle East or the energy crisis then yes, one can choose ignorance over "enlightenment" or vice versa. But I was under the impression that when we say "knowledge of the world" we aren't speaking with regards to those trivialities but rather to an awareness of the "nature of man" itself. I'm not so sure that such awareness of the world is a choice, per se. Those kinds of people have always struck me as being inherently aware of the world around them (the nature of man); after a certain age that is. It's as if observation is a gift given them that can't be returned or disregarded. Their ability to see the truths of human nature seem more a curse-from-birth than a quality honed through years of education and contemplation; that stuff comes afterward... if they're lucky. Does that make any sense? OH, and I've contemplated this a few times before already... I choose awareness/knowledge.[/quote:3v7x93fh] that makes sense, and you;'re totally right. but i think, like anything, there are people to which things come naturally, and people who must make a concious choice to be that way. view post


posted 17 Jul 2006, 13:07 in Member Written WorksMILF by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

got milf? :lol: Hear the call - Line up your mothers We'll take them skanks on a ride Me and my two wretched brothers We're gonna stretch their holes wide Since, I came down MILF-fever I can't dispute the urge I'm lusting after hairy beaver It's time to take to search Popping anal cherries Picking dingleberries I met this bitch her name was Mona A horny double D-cup Her cunt was dry like Arizona I had to lube that thing up Poked her with my fist Up until the wrist Got MILF? Hear the call mature ladies We have some good news for you Get your bitch asses in our Mercedes And have some cock shampoo Boozed up an Asian MILF with sake Her ass was steaming hot She was a black belt in Bukkake And made me cum a lot Like my women wrinkled Fat and semen-sprinkled Damn that crotch smells sour Wants me to devour The filthy secrets of your mommy I'm sure you didn't know She had a piece of my salami And sucked it like a pro It's my righteous duty To please that flabby booty Got MILF? sorry, this was just the first thing to pop into myhead. your story was very nice, sorry to derail. view post


posted 18 Jul 2006, 13:07 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="vercint":1t9spvuq]Choosing ignorance or enlightenment is really somewhat of a paradox, since if you are aware of the choice you are not entirely ignorant, and hence it is not, in fact, a choice: you are enlightened. Well, at least a little. Conversely, if you are entirely ignorant, you don't know there is a choice so you can't make it.[/quote:1t9spvuq] good point! view post


posted 24 Jul 2006, 14:07 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Primal":g2mfdmhr]This is horrible, gory shit.[/quote:g2mfdmhr] best. compliment. ever. view post


Re: Esmet's betrayl, Bakker's massogeny, and a criticism posted 24 Jul 2006, 15:07 in The Warrior ProphetEsmet's betrayl, Bakker's massogeny, and a criticism by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="benwick19":34eyihpt]So how come it was so easy for Xin, a guy Achamian had known for as many years as he had known Esmenet, to leave his prince, the man he had schooled since childhood to go in search of a man he didnt even know was still alive while Esmenet is able to just assume Achamian is dead and move on and barely goes a few days without bunking down with the next strong man she sees and forgetting about Akka[/quote:34eyihpt] because xin is a warrior, and esmi is a woman, who probably would have been kidnapped, raped and/or killed had she struck out on her own to find him. and really, what could she have done to help achamian even if she had believed he was alive? i'd hardly say she only went a few days wbefore bunking down with kelhus. she stayed behind to grieve and mourn, and was not until later that kelhus and serwe returned for her, and convinced her to go with them. view post


posted 31 Jul 2006, 18:07 in Philosophy DiscussionWar in Lebanon by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Entropic_existence":21vzxneq]At least Isreal makes even a cursory effort to minimize civilian casualties. Hezbollah likes to fire unguided rockets at civilians on purpose. [/quote:21vzxneq] i admit that i'm mostly ignorant on the issue, as i try to avoid watching the news these days, but from what i've seen, i'm not sure this is true. any time that i [i:21vzxneq]do[/i:21vzxneq] hear something, it's about how isreals rockets hit a hospital, or a school, or so on. either way, both sides are at fault, so as far as i'm concerned, they can bomb the hell out of eachother. view post


posted 31 Jul 2006, 18:07 in Philosophy DiscussionHuman Hunger by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

but here's thing, you can;t judge someone so quickly. what if that hippy driving an SUV works for a company that plants trees, and he needs that large vehicle to transport tools, shovels, staff, etc.? i mean, he probably doesn;t, but maybe. i don;t so much have a problkem with people driving big gas guzzlers, the gods know i love trucks, i guess it's more that people drive them for the hell of it, not because they need to be able to transport stuff. at any rate, i hope that by the time people's hunger for new and more and wealth destroys the world, i will be safely living in a cave. (:lol: i almost said cake.) view post


posted 31 Jul 2006, 18:07 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

yes, i too hope that was sarcastic, cos i laughed my arse off at it.. and to clarify.. it's not that i take pleasure, or even find happiness, in the suffering of others, it's just that i don;t let it get to me. i don;t watch the news anymore, cos it's just one sad story after another.. i'd rather walk down the street and see that people are generally good to eachother. -ahem- but i hope that was clear beforehand. view post


posted 02 Aug 2006, 14:08 in Philosophy DiscussionDrugs by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well, look at how many famous artists have been drug addicts and alcoholics.. view post


posted 02 Aug 2006, 14:08 in Literature DiscussionWhat would you say are the must-reads of literature? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Ismellofhockey":2uun0gm9]The Dragonlance Chronicles and Chronicles of Narnia deserve mention for younger readers.[/quote:2uun0gm9] younger! bah! i'm reading the dragonlance chronicles right now.. :lol: view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 17:08 in Literature DiscussionWhat would you say are the must-reads of literature? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i just like kids books. view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 17:08 in Philosophy DiscussionDrugs by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":24a9zf69]So what your saying is if i do drugs I can become one of the greatest artists of all time? One other question is did Da Vinci do drugs at all? He was very creative.[/quote:24a9zf69] i don;t know if he did drugs, but he did like sodomising young men. he was also a vegetarian. interesting. anyways, i did not say all great artists were drug addicts or alcoholics.. but there is a startling amount of them that were. but i think edge of certainty was more to the point... view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 17:08 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you;re probably both right. sometimes i don;t know if i'm mean spirited or just sarcastic. :lol: view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 17:08 in Philosophy DiscussionThe problem of evil by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":2adr55qj]God is not whimsical at all.[/quote:2adr55qj] are you kidding me?!? have you even seen an elephant or a sloth or a penis??? view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 17:08 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

seriously tho.. i get mad when i see old people standing on the subway and no one will offer them their seat.. but when i see informercials with starving children, i think 'ya, whatever. there's more where they came from.' am i just desensitized, is that normal, or am i cruel? view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 18:08 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm quite fond of the word cruel, myself. and i'm not really being serious about anything here. i'm a notoriously unserious, funny, mean bitch. woooo! view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 18:08 in Philosophy DiscussionThe problem of evil by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":2d5emvc8]Harrol wrote: God is not whimsical at all. are you kidding me?!? have you even seen an elephant or a sloth or a penis??? O.K. I hate saying this but what I meant was God does not make sudden rash decisions that go against everything he ever said.[/quote:2d5emvc8] dude, laugh a little. :wink: view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 19:08 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ahh -phew- view post


posted 08 Aug 2006, 13:08 in Philosophy Discussionignorance or enlightenment ? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

that's what i love about this board. i make jokes, and people rationalise them. it rules! view post


posted 09 Aug 2006, 20:08 in Philosophy DiscussionDrugs by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'd like to share a story about my dad. he's a pothead, smokes daily, and has for at least 30 years. he also manages, somehow, to drink nothing but beer (like, a case a day probably.. he akes his own.) he is one of the most energetic, motivated people i've known in my life. many people will have an idea (like putting a deck in the yard, pruning back some low branches, making some furniture, etc.) and they will hmm and haw about it for a while before they get around to it. i was at my dad's on the weekend to swim, and we were playing horseshoes. he takes one look at the tree that's beside the pits and says 'those branches are looking awfully low, i guess i should trim them.' 5 minutes later he is setting up his ladder, has his chainsaw in his hand. 15 minutes later, the branches have been cut and cleaned up, ladder and chainsaw put away. when he wanted to put in a hot tub and deck extension out in his yard, he thought about it for one night, and drew up blueprints the next morning. later that evening he had exact measurments done, figured out all the materials he'd need, and had placed an order at home depot. this is how he's always been. to me, this is proof that drugs are not the problem. people say potheads are lazy, lack motivation, are just slackers. well, perhaps these people are lazy to begin with, and use pot as an excuse. my dad, at 50, is healthier and more active than most people half his age. my dad is a brilliant engineer and machinist, carpenter, drafter, landscaper, and well just about anything i can think of, he can do. my husband, when he was a teenager, smoked probably half an ounce of pot a day (he grew up in BC). if he wasn;t smoking pot, he was on acid, almost daily, up to like 12 hits at a time sometimes. him and 5 friends would drink a texas mickey of whisky on thursday night, followed by a case of beer, and still end up at school on friday morning. he'd mow the lawns of his parents, neighbors, and anyone else who needed it. his job in high school was a caretaker of a retirement home. he'd be drunk or high most of the time, but did his work very well, the seniors LOVED him. and yet, here he was intoxicated almost all day, every day. he was very active, healthy, got good marks. people like these lead me to further believe that drugs don;t make people stupid and lazy. stupid and lazy people make drugs look bad. sorry for the terribly long post. i'm bored. view post


posted 11 Aug 2006, 13:08 in Philosophy DiscussionWar in Lebanon by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

he's from the netherlands, he said it in another thread. view post


posted 14 Aug 2006, 13:08 in Philosophy DiscussionWar in Lebanon by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":3q6jwvmh]Wasnt that just a little tattletalish gierra. :)[/quote:3q6jwvmh] as if being netherlandish is a bad thing? view post


posted 22 Aug 2006, 15:08 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

careful or you might lose some limbs :twisted: view post


posted 23 Aug 2006, 13:08 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

good side? sure. as long as you don;t like manowar, we're golden. :lol: view post


posted 24 Aug 2006, 13:08 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":28gsp4hh]What do you mean by manowar. I am not familar with that expression.[/quote:28gsp4hh] they're a band. a terrible one. [img:28gsp4hh]http://ejournal.eduprojects.net/lip414/media/manowar.jpg[/img:28gsp4hh] [img:28gsp4hh]http://www.ross-the-boss.com/bands/manowar/igrcover.jpg[/img:28gsp4hh] not to be mistaken with the portugese man o' war, a poisonous siphonophore which is often mistaken for a jellyfish. [img:28gsp4hh]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4f/Portuguese_man_of_war.jpg[/img:28gsp4hh] view post


posted 29 Aug 2006, 16:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionRome by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

booo is it on any other station than HBO? view post


posted 29 Aug 2006, 16:08 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i actually sat through a manowar concert.. how? i don;t know. but they were total jerks. they were having people kicked out for crowdsurfing and hitting on 14 yr old girls.. they're scum. view post


posted 29 Aug 2006, 16:08 in Literature DiscussionFantasy by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you know, i was just thinking that it was great that the spammers at left these discussion forums alone and only spammed the off topic.,.. but then i see this. die spam! view post


posted 30 Aug 2006, 13:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionRome by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ahh will do.. i saw ads for it when i was at my mum's house, and i've been wanting to see it. view post


posted 30 Aug 2006, 13:08 in Literature DiscussionFantasy by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:roll: [quote="Harrol":265yako2]Do not worry some day they will all die and be seen no more on this forum.[/quote:265yako2] shows what you know! :lol: view post


posted 30 Aug 2006, 19:08 in Literature DiscussionFantasy by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: i know, i'm just being silly. work is boring. -yawn- view post


posted 12 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Philosophy Discussion"Have you ever met someone who is smarter than you?&quo by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i voted yes before i even read your post. with the amount of stupid people in the world, i can;t imagine so many people answering 'no.' view post


posted 13 Sep 2006, 17:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i wasn;t really affected by it.. on 9/11 i made sure to avoid newspapers, tv, and people. view post


posted 14 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Literature Discussionr.a. salvatore's war of the spider queen series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i haven;t read the drizzt series, but i have read a few other forgotten realms books. the spider queen ones i like so much better, probably just cos i like the drow so much. view post


posted 18 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":39bj4eh3]Gierra I thought that was your normal behaviour. I mean avoiding people and news papers.[/quote:39bj4eh3] ya, you got me there. :lol: view post


posted 18 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Philosophy Discussion"Have you ever met someone who is smarter than you?&quo by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i think you;re all smarter than me. view post


just wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! posted 22 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hi guys. it's felt pretty crummy in here with all these spam threads.. help! destroy them! eat their babies! [img:4k1ybvci]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/shoot.gif[/img:4k1ybvci] [img:4k1ybvci]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/kickballs.gif[/img:4k1ybvci] [img:4k1ybvci]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/hissyfit.gif[/img:4k1ybvci] uh, yes, carry on then. [img:4k1ybvci]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/_stupid.gif[/img:4k1ybvci] [img:4k1ybvci]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/_yeah.gif[/img:4k1ybvci] [img:4k1ybvci]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/wrongforum.gif[/img:4k1ybvci] view post


posted 22 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ok, i'll try to be serious for once. when it happened, my job had me starting at 1 om, so i was not even awake yet. my mum called me, in tears, and mumbled something about an attack but couldn;t say much more. i ran upstairs to flip on the tv and for about half an hour, the news would only show them talking about re-routing planes and stuff about pearson airport, but they never mentioned what happened. finally they showed some footage and i was astonished. my personal opinions of amaerica aside, i remember thinking how terrible it was. my mum has family that live in the states, albeit in california, but she also has many friends who live in the states of new york and pennsylvania. it never affected any of my family directly, and i can;t imagine what it must have been like for those that it did. when i read through this thread i'm happy to see that while it was a terrible event, that it had some good in changing how many people viewed their lives and how they are with their family, and so on. shit happens, and no matter how terrible it is, life has to go on and people have to learn something from it. it's sad to see that it has affected way too many people in the opposite fashion, making them full of only anger and hatred and grief, making them want to go to war. although, perhaps i would feel differently if it were to have happened in toronto, and my family had been included in the deathtoll. view post


posted 22 Sep 2006, 20:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i dunno.. i thought we always told kids not to fight back with bullies, that you should ignore them, that violence is not an answer. ha! who am i kidding? view post


posted 25 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

they're from another board that i frequent.. view post


posted 25 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

in short: i agree. in long: i have filled my quota of serious opinions and am returning to being a sarcastic bitch. view post


posted 26 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well really, if you start poking a dog in the eye with a stick, you can;t be so surprised when he lunges at you and bites your face off. eh? view post


posted 26 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

it shall remain nameless! there's too much damning evidence about me there.. wouldn;t want to go ruining the mystique. :x view post


posted 26 Sep 2006, 19:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: and that's the way i'd like to keep it. if you guys knew that i was really a smart, sweet, funny girl who cares very much about people, i wouldn;t be nearly as fun, now would i? view post


posted 26 Sep 2006, 19:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i love how people assume it's about oil. um, canada is americas largest supplier of oil. are they gonna invade us next in their 'war on terrorism'? the problem, i think, is that america is made up of people who left places like the middle east and africa and asia for something better. so they assume that everyone else wants this 'spmething better' too and feel the need to interfere in shit that aint their business. while the middle east has always had problems between muslims, jews and christians, it really hasn;t been this bad (excluding the crusades). the united states simply cannot accept that another culture can be correct along side of them. they fight for democracy, but fail to realise that not everyone wants it. view post


posted 27 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":fx6q54w4]I did not think about that. let me ask did you write that post with or without your chainsaw in hand.[/quote:fx6q54w4] :lol: i wish. i post from work. all i have is a shredder and some 3-hole punches. but soon, i will reunite with my beloved saw. and you will never find the board! mwahahahahahahacough view post


posted 27 Sep 2006, 13:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":1bkg7pk0]True freedom and democracy can only come from within and not from without. I believe we fear a united Middle Eastern military front and what they could do and would be willing to do.[/quote:1bkg7pk0] i'll bet that's true. but in that case, why make up some bullshit, why not be upfront about it. i guess that's my biggest problem with the american government. they hide so much of their motives and their actions that you can bever really be sure what they're up to. all i can say, tho, is that all great world powers have risen and fallen.. view post


posted 28 Sep 2006, 14:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":nwbphsqb]Oh yeah I will to I will just google your name and.... alright that did not work. Well I guess I should start looking through the Heavy Metal message boards and then possibly PETA's message board. If that does not work then I am going to the chainsaw massacre forum.[/quote:nwbphsqb] the only reason i'd be on the PETA board would be to make fun of vegetarians and post pictures of dead bunnies or somethin. hey, that sounds like fun. got a link? :P and ya, i use a totally different name so you'd never figure it out. view post


posted 28 Sep 2006, 18:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i know, that's the beauty of it all... i'm having much fun with this. :twisted: view post


posted 29 Sep 2006, 00:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oooooh you think you're sooooo smart. i'll show you! view post


posted 29 Sep 2006, 00:09 in The Thousandfold ThoughtDunyain Intellectual Bankruptcy by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

gee, that description sounds familiar.. where have i seen somethign like that.. view post


posted 29 Sep 2006, 12:09 in Off-Topic Discussionenigma...? anyone? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

never heard of em. what kind of music? view post


posted 29 Sep 2006, 12:09 in Off-Topic Discussionthe first real poll here you've seen in a while by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

my wishful thinking forced me to choose the taco that craps icecream. i could reeeally go for some ice cream right wbout now. view post


posted 29 Sep 2006, 15:09 in Off-Topic Discussionthe first real poll here you've seen in a while by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":wcosd7ng]No they are more like skin spies. :roll: Isn't it obvious they aren't human and they lack our depth in feelings and emotions.[/quote:wcosd7ng] are you suggesting that an icecream-crapping taco has feelings and emotions? view post


posted 02 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i noticed that too. when he was named as a mod i was like 'hoorah! death to spammers!!' but then he hasn;t done anything. i nominate harrol to be a mod. he obviously has waaaay too much time on his hands during the day. :x view post


posted 02 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ya there was a shooting at an amish school.. what the hell? people will blame guns. i blame working mothers. view post


posted 03 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":1pthd3yn]and next time ill nominate you for a particuarly dangerous position [/quote:1pthd3yn] i like danger... garrr! view post


posted 03 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

much of the problem is that too many people look for the wrong things in life. society has become so fuckin material that people can;t just be happy that they have family and friends, a roof and some food. they need more and more and MORE and they'll do whatever to get it, to hell with morals, generosity and compassion. fuck your neighbors, who cares about other people anyways? that's so old fashioned! in the past people had gratitude for what they received, but now people just have an expectation and it's pretty sickening. i think quite often about just picking up everything and moving to some tiny little house in the woods in hopes that i can raise my children to be caring and appreciative of what they have. because the problem isn;t the kids/teens.. it;'s the parents. they have ingrained these materialistic mindsets into their own children, showing that it's unnacceptable to be different, to have less than your neighbor, to do something for fun instead of money. bah! view post


posted 03 Oct 2006, 17:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh ya? well i run with scissors. :twisted: view post


posted 03 Oct 2006, 17:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Hellscythe":1l3lsd97]Thats what I meant by my post, guys. It is society to blame for how these kids are being backed into a corner, becoming more and more burdened with higher and higher standards, more refined social obligations, like a string of a guitar thats gets twisted more and more until finally...it snaos...[/quote:1l3lsd97] it's a combination of that and mental problems. i was teased a lot. i didn;t have friends. i was different. i like violence and guns, and yet the thought of opening fire on even people that i hate is something that would never cross my mind (seriously, anyways... plotting is fun). there has to be something more to it. view post


posted 03 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

no no no i'm all about power tool safety. 8) view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

at least i'm good at something. view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionOther forums frequented by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

too late. harrol already found my home. :evil: it's a metal board.. that's the only place i spend much time. i have a myspace, but i just use it for my artwork. view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":1wywxcjh]It's okay G we won't make fun of you. In fact I'll be your friend just put down the chainsaw and the AK47.[/quote:1wywxcjh] automatic guns are for cowards. view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionOther forums frequented by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: i don;t really care view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you know, i think a lot of this shit stems from the fact that we discourage violence of any kind. years ago, two boys would have a fight, and they'd give eachother black eyes, learn their lesson and become to best of friends. but now we say fighting is wrong in all cases, so these kids bottle it up, cos we haven;t taught them any other way to work out their problems. then bang, one decides to steal daddy's gun and take his revenge on the world. view post


posted 05 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

those are very good points, peter, and i didn;t mean to suggest that violence is an answer in all, or even most cases. obviously there has to be some better solution, but it's so against our nature. remember that humans [i:w6iqu76n]are[/i:w6iqu76n] animals, we have it in our blood to strive the be the most powerful. just because we've replaced fighting with elections does not mean all those intincts are just gonna disappear. still, a lot of it can probably be solved with good parenting. i was only half kidding when i said i blame it on working mothers. i don;t see many stay-at-home mothers anymore, and i beleive that's part of the problem. children don't get the attention they need from mum and dad because no ones home, so they are in daycare and are lost in a crowd of other kids that all need the same thing. attention. they need to know that their the centre of someone's life, and when parents are never around, how will they get that? so as they get older, daycare is replaced by tv and video games. still, the parents don;t do anything with them and leave them to their own devices and they act out. that's over simplifying it, there are obviously other mental issues in play when a person is messed up enough to pull the trigger on their peers. view post


posted 05 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

absolutely.. i'm still working through issues i have with my mum, cos she wasn;t much of a mother. i can only imagine how messed up someone can get from having terribly negligent parents. i'd like to hope that my living in a large city has something to do with it. but i have lived in much smaller cities, and it's no different, possibly worse. in small towns there's not much to do besides drink and fuck, and negligent teens do not good parents make. and so the cycle continues. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 12:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

yes and no. i definitely used to. my hair has been as many colours as i can think of, and i once stored an entire set of pencil crayons in my ponytail. i used to put a lot of work into it, i think one school year i never had the same hairstyle twice. now, my hair is pretty plain in comparison. i don;t dye it, so the natural red-gold highlights have been coming out, and my hair is kinda curly so it gets all wild lookin cos i don;t brush it. it rules. i wish i had a good photo of it. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

totally. i do tend to stick paintbrushes in there sometimes... oil paint is shit to wash out tho so i try not to do that so much. view post


success posted 06 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionsuccess by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

what is your idea of success? what would you have to have in your life to consider yourself successful? view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well where else am i gonna put them? a table? pshh view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

actually it wouldn;t matter. when i paint i end up getting it all over me, cos i go smudging things with my fingers and wiping it off on myself. off topic.. i'm currently working on my first commissioned piece, it's almost done and i'm getting a sizeable chunk of cash for it.. and i'm very excited. the painting is totally awesome. i really should start working on some PoN inspired pieces, as i have a bunch of little canvases lying around. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionsuccess by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:p cop out. in a way, this thread was inspired by the one about school shootings. about how people base their lives around the wrong things, things they can never acheive and how that just creates these sad little ungrateful people. to me, if i own a home, have a happy life and healthy children i'll be pretty dang happy. if there's a ton of land surrounding said house, and i can build a barn to use as a workshop, and have gardens to work in when it's sunny and some horses to ride and care for, i'd be pretty overjoyed. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="alhana":21pl35k6]I think my hair says...Hey I'm a woman and I am a mom. I do it up when I go to a local social event like once a year, but I just don't care to spend time on it. I have better things to do. Like sit here and post about my hair :wink: It has red highlights (thanks to a little help from Clariol) and it says, sweet and saucy. It is naturally curly so it just does its own thing, especially if it rains, so that is sort of the.....Wild hair thing, free spirit and what not. I don't think I planned for my hair to say that..but it does. Which suits my personality I suppose. I don't take the time to make my hair express anything else but maybe that is an expresssion in itself...that I am a natural woman......[/quote:21pl35k6] here, here. i wash and condition my hair, but i don;t style it, or even brush it. wait, unless ponytails count as a style. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Philosophy Discussionsuccess by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Mahajanga Mordecai":13u4hjgc] The family thing doesn't really come-up for me. Now I'm stuck wondering why, since it's obviously a staple for the average person.[/quote:13u4hjgc] guess that depends on your definition of normal. i don;t think there's anything wrong with not having that urge to have children and such.. i dunno how old you are, but i know that all my life i figured i'd never marry and never have kids.. it's only been in the last year or 2 that i have really had thoughts about it. i have many friends who have accepted that kids are just something they will never want, and it's perfectly normal. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

my hair does not look unbrushed.. i brush it with my hands, and sometimes before i wash it to get rid of stray hairs.. but brushing my hair makes it pretty frizzy... view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":1wyfyx2m]of course I am 30 and you just do not do that at my age.[/quote:1wyfyx2m] at least not without a good reason. 30's too young to be that mature. view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 12:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Entropic_existence":ljel00mh]I'm still here, I usually log in every few days to delete spam except for during the last week and a half-two weeks where commitments to my Masters work reduced my availabilty to even sleep :) Don't worry I won't be abandoning the board anytime soon to let it be overrun by the evil spammers. Although now I spend so much time deleting spam and reporting spam accounts that I don't leap into the discussions quite so much. Anyway I do my best to at least log in every two days or so, if not every day when I can.[/quote:ljel00mh] LIES! ALL LIES!!! he's a skin spy. :x view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 12:10 in Off-Topic Discussionwhat do you do by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

same thing as when i started this thread.. and still just a temp. bah! work is a sore spot right now. -grumbles- view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 12:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

never really paid attention. i don;t even know what i am. view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 12:10 in Philosophy DiscussionHow would you define religion? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

religion is a written guide to how to live your life and worship god, in whatever form(s). i think it has to be differentiated (is that a word?) between believing in 'god' and believing in religion. i think the two are completely different. *and before you go saying 'well i don;t believe in god, i believe in blah blah blah...' i don;t care. by god i mean existence, creation, and vice versa, whatever.. maybe it should have been [u:215k24rv] insert random belief here [/u:215k24rv] view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic Discussionwhat do you do by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":93xsyx50]Well at least they pay you. Who knows you may become a famous artist and never have to work for anyone but yourself again.[/quote:93xsyx50] ya, right,. but they pay me shit. i don;t get benefits or sick days or vacation. my company is pretty much screwing me around, but i'm gonna fuck em over so oh well. the painting... well.. i dunno if i could do it for a living.. mind you, to make the same amount that i do now, i'd have to sell, say, 4 paintings at $5000 a pop. the one i'm currently working on will go for about $1000 and that is a deal for a friend of mine, so maybe it's feasible... ah well, i'd probably get bored if i didn;t have a day job. at least until i have kids and my job description looks like hers. :lol: view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

who says i haven;t already? :twisted: view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":2upvm51t][quote="gierra":2upvm51t]my hair does not look unbrushed.. i brush it with my hands, and sometimes before i wash it to get rid of stray hairs.. but brushing my hair makes it pretty frizzy...[/quote:2upvm51t] brushes are the worlds biggest lie...the only thing brushes do is get stuck and to harrol, if i were to ask my little sis that, she wouldn't revert to violence, she would just say "your face"[/quote:2upvm51t] i actually have a really great brush.. it's meant specifically for curly hair, and it's bristles are very widely spaced. there are maybe like 30 bristles on the whole brush head. still i only run it through when i get out of the shower and sometimes before bed. view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic Discussionwhat do you do by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":2s3vhb4u]Gierra watch out for that whole disgruntled employee thing. I was a contract employee for 3 years yes it sucked, but now I have retirement and sick days. In other words stay patient and look for new work. Obviously you are very talented so there has to be better things out there for you.[/quote:2s3vhb4u] no, you;re right, and i just don;t have it in me to screw em over when i leave, as much as i'd like to daydream and plot.. :twisted: but i mean i work for a large and well known company, so references and experience with them will look really good on my resume, which is the only reason i'm still here. i'm looking for something else, but i'm not gonna leave for some crappier job. since i work for the temp agency, i should just get him to find me something better. i only took a job this low paying because i had just moved back to the city, had like $50 to my name and had to find a job and an apartment really fast. it was only supposed to be for a couple months anyways.. :lol: view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: on another board i started a thread about how to wash your hair correctly, and it was immensley popular, especially with guys. view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

-grabs her sub-diadect chainsaw- here pera-pera-peralogue... view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

in all fairness, they're metalheads and have really long hair. :lol: view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionHAIR by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

no way man, real men have no shame in taking care of themselves.. i mean being a metrosexual is once thing, taking care of your appearance is another. view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

besides, even with my chainsaw disabled, i'm a mean war bitch. you little peralogues wouldn;t stand a chance. view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionScott Bakker by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

he's probably just busy. besides, we want him writing new books, not wasting his time one here! :lol: view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol: you guys are such geeks -cracks a beer- view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i played vampire (but i prefered dark ages) and werewolf but i had more fun coming up with characters than actually playing the game. view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy DiscussionWho will be President in 2008 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

thank the gods i am not american.. not that we have much better choices up here.. at least we have several parties. view post


posted 16 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

it would probably more likely include pancakes. i'm too good of a host. but then, the torture, of corpse. view post


posted 16 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

it doesn;t mean anything ot me really, but it's fun to be superstitous. i was partying in montreal on friday, so it was fun. view post


posted 16 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Edge of Certainty":3krylfoj]and if anyone calls D&D geekish again, geira's getting out her chainsaw.....[/quote:3krylfoj] um, but i was the one who called it geekish. :lol: -grabs chainsaw- view post


posted 17 Oct 2006, 17:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well, it's been a while since i've been to montreal.. and admittedly, i am not much of a partier. so no, not exactly. view post


posted 17 Oct 2006, 17:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":2zj8ci7n]Gierra's house of pancakes and painful death. Wow what a marketing idea.[/quote:2zj8ci7n] AWESOME!!! -applies for small business loan- view post


posted 17 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":337vh9t9]he knows who has the power.[/quote:337vh9t9] :twisted: view post


posted 18 Oct 2006, 12:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

haha no i just sit at home and smoke pot, watch the simpsons and paint. somewhere in there i go to concerts and drink gin. that's about it. sorry to dissappoint. view post


posted 18 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":2zdcyeo3]Yet for all your bluster I do not see this power that you speak of.[/quote:2zdcyeo3] of course not, they have none. unless making banners is a power? view post


posted 19 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hehehe if you wanna see the long term effects of pot, look at my dad. 50, smoked pot daily for at least 30 years. most energetic, motivated and hardworking person i've ever known. at any rate, i'm laid back, but i'm not lazy. i do more than that. this weekend, barring terrible weather, i shall be chopping down saplings and some bigger dead trees. i got me a shiny new hatchet :twisted: view post


posted 19 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionMovies...? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i've been hearing good things.. i'll have to wait til this is into second run.. i refuse to go to those big cinemas. view post


posted 19 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

nah, i will be using my hatchet only in the name of love... that sounds awfully weird, actually. view post


posted 19 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy DiscussionWho will be President in 2008 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

from the bit i just read about him, that obama dude looks like a good choice. of course, that means he doesn;t stand a chance. at any rate, i don;t envy your choices. we have a mayoral election next month and our main candidates are not so great. the last election we had a transvestite run.. she got a lot of votes.. now she's a columnist. i wonder what other crazy people will run this year. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

that the nicest thing anyone ever said to me -sniffle- view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

can i have a virgin too? i'll bet they're fun. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Hellscythe":opmr2wl9]:Rolls around on the floor laughing:[/quote:opmr2wl9] is that, like, all you do? watch out for the dog poop over there. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you insulted me? when? view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hey, it's not my dog poop! i only have cats. i'll have to search for a virgin, i haven;t known one in many years. :lol: view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy DiscussionWho will be President in 2008 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

there's always something creepy about politicians. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

fuck ya! now i really own you all! view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

what if you already have a distorted sense of humour? anyone for dead baby jokes? view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ya man. i can never get in on smart people conversations.. i can only make fun. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":2n6a82ra]WP in no way does Gierra equal me I have seen her photo and rest assured i have about 50lbs on her. Or did you mean she equals me in board rank?[/quote:2n6a82ra] i should hope so! or else you;d be one skinny bastard! but i'm the better looking one. ;) view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

don;t get me wrong, i love kids.. but i love dead baby jokes. i suppose i could change the terms. how do you make a dead mod float? one part dead mod, two parts rootbeer. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

at least i'm equal in rank with you now. and hey, more tea for me. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

dead mods don;t complain. :roll: view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

not at the rate i'm going.. i probably just doubled my post count with all these silly threads. being a postwhore is hard work. i need a drink. thankfully i get to go home in half an hour. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

do you mean bored? cos there's this guy always calls me 'the board'. seriously. view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

lol. well i WAS equal with you when i wrote that. don;t, like, turn me into a toad ok? view post


posted 23 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well ya cos we, like, don;t like you and junk. i'm going to see GWAR tonight :D view post


posted 23 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you may be a sorcerer of rank, but i am still a god. i will throw whores at you, and you will not be able to resist! view post


posted 23 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i will. i bought me some nice new shiny white clothes. view post


posted 23 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i didn;t say anything about [i:3txrp5bt]dirty[/i:3txrp5bt] whores, but i do have some available. you should definitely concede, unless you want the herpes. view post


posted 24 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ok, so the clothes are now kinda purple and red and green. my arm hurts pretty bad and i'm barely awake. man, last night was fun! view post


posted 24 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

harrol you;re such a wee gal. sorcerors, knights... bring it. view post


posted 24 Oct 2006, 17:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

dude, i injured my arm before they even started playing! :lol: definitely more of a melee.. and good exercise.. i really oughtta mosh more often. view post


posted 24 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

lol maybe. it's kinda like being in battle. and i've been reading a series about the roman invasion of britain lately, so i've been in a total war mood. it was just what i needed. so who wants to sign up for moshercise? view post


posted 24 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

-snicker- view post


posted 25 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ok, warrior-prophet is my new best friend. how i despise the romans. then again i hate the english too, so i guess you;re out harrol. and here we were, getting along so nicely. view post


posted 25 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

lol do i even need to answer that? view post


posted 25 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

-laughs as both beams of white light and bricks bounce harmlessly off her invincible god forcefield- you guys suck. -throws syphillis-ridden whores at harrol and hellscythe- view post


posted 26 Oct 2006, 15:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

whores. gods. same thing. view post


posted 26 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

not to mention that rome used a lot of conquered tribes to fight in their armies. view post


posted 26 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

and that is why i said armies instead of legions. :P view post


posted 26 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy DiscussionRight thing to do? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ya, here it's huge fines for someone who buys cigarettes for minors (age here is 19). however, for the right person i will do it, because i remember being a 16 yr old having to get adults to buy me smokes. i don;t smoke anymore, and usually i tell kids to fuck off if they ask me.. like peter mentioned, if it was some dude who looked like he -really- needed a smoke i probably would. view post


posted 27 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

lol harrol, i'm stealing all your friends :p view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionMythology anyone? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oooh me! i'm currently working on a photographic series of different myths and characters. i'm making costumes and props and stuff.. i'm most knowledgeable about celtic myths, but i love norse and egyptian a lot. i'm now trying to delve more into middle eastern, indian and african myths. favorites: god- lugh goddess- badb story- deirdre of the sorrows view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

yes, now if only i can get rid of this stinkin' headcold. view post


i love being dead :) posted 30 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Off-Topic Discussioni love being dead :) by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

so i went to a halloween party on saturday, despite being really really sick. i think i made it worse cos it was cold out and well, you see my costume. so here ya go, rare photos of the mysterious gierra and her hubby. [img:23o1e4qy]http://static.flickr.com/105/282385344_2eec85e54e_m.jpg[/img:23o1e4qy] [img:23o1e4qy]http://static.flickr.com/81/282385263_b56c0d8f6e_m.jpg[/img:23o1e4qy] [img:23o1e4qy]http://static.flickr.com/100/282385069_932da3231c_m.jpg[/img:23o1e4qy] [img:23o1e4qy]http://static.flickr.com/94/282384929_31400a59ce_m.jpg[/img:23o1e4qy] :lol: like i said, i was really cold and jumping around trying to stay warm. hope everyone has a happy halloween! view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

-sneezes- view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Off-Topic Discussioni love being dead :) by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i've never had the flu in my life. thanks. i have some cool ones on my camera i have to upload. you can;t see any of the gashes i made on my chest and legs, they were awesome. view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionParaskavedekatriphobia Anyone?*Fear of Friday the 13th* by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

LOL view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Mahajanga Mordecai":12wpy142][quote="gierra":12wpy142]-sneezes-[/quote:12wpy142] LMAO!!! This is the funniest post in this thread![/quote:12wpy142] i dunno man, your reply has me laughing way too loudly.. and i'm at the reception desk.. people are starting to look at me funny. view post


posted 31 Oct 2006, 03:10 in Off-Topic Discussioni love being dead :) by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ok here's the two better shots i have.. my leg gash rules! [img:38scbfda]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/dead2.jpg[/img:38scbfda] [img:38scbfda]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/dead.jpg[/img:38scbfda] goddamn i love halloween. i'm considering doing thismakeup for when i go into work tomorrow. :twisted: well, it;s what i did last year, anyways. :lol: view post


posted 31 Oct 2006, 03:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionMythology anyone? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":2qmymze5]Deirdre of the Sorrows is a good story and a sad one at that.[/quote:2qmymze5] aye. part of the project i mentioned above is to recreate many john duncan paintings, including this one... [img:2qmymze5]http://www.shee-eire.com/Magic&Mythology/Warriors&Heroes/Heroines/Dierdre-of-the-Sorrows/Dierdre_small.jpg[/img:2qmymze5] view post


posted 31 Oct 2006, 14:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionMythology anyone? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":3mcnq80i]Have you started on it yet?[/quote:3mcnq80i] no, not yet. i'll either have to wait til my hair grows longer or get some extensions. view post


posted 02 Nov 2006, 21:11 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

as i head home from work, my ipod is playing storm- nordavind. view post


toronto residents.. battle recreation? posted 02 Nov 2006, 21:11 in Off-Topic Discussiontoronto residents.. battle recreation? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm trying to recruit some people for a battle recreation group in toronto. www.torvik.org. if anyone is unterested, PM me. tho i think the only person is EE and he's all busy with school.. but hey, it's worth a shot. view post


posted 06 Nov 2006, 15:11 in Off-Topic Discussiontoronto residents.. battle recreation? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

thanks anyways guys. view post


posted 17 Nov 2006, 21:11 in General AnnouncementsSpam by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

so much spam in the off topic forum! it's so sad! -cries- view post


posted 17 Nov 2006, 21:11 in Off-Topic Discussiontoronto residents.. battle recreation? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

just for the hell of it i might as well comment about it... sword fighting is so much fun! i still have a few bruises on my arms, but i kicked some ass too! this is definitely something that i will pursue seriously. the group travels throughout north america doing demonstrations, as well as participating in an annual recreation of the battle of hastings. as well as combat shows, they also do living history, with costumes, food, living spaces/homes, etc. very very fun and interesting, and now i can say i know how to fight with a sword. so you best not be pissing me off! view post


posted 25 Nov 2006, 23:11 in Off-Topic DiscussionPoN game musing? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i dunno what oblivion is,but i think it would make a great rpg. view post


posted 27 Nov 2006, 15:11 in Off-Topic DiscussionPoN game musing? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

um, sure, ok. view post


posted 28 Nov 2006, 21:11 in General AnnouncementsSpam by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ya, i don;t care so much about a random post in the middle of a thread, but when half the front page is spam threads, i p retty much close my browser and not bother posting anything. view post


posted 29 Nov 2006, 14:11 in General AnnouncementsSpam by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Warrior-Poet":29qf8g65]Its pretty annoying and i think it scares people from the board.[/quote:29qf8g65] could be. also i don;t remember there being so much spam when i joined. view post


posted 30 Nov 2006, 14:11 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

if any of you like weird chaotic sort of music you should check out stolen babies from LA. they played here last night, after crashing on my living room floor for a couple days. they are an awesome, awesome band. [img:2dk7lige]http://www.noofficialcapacity.net/NoC/Bandpics/New/Stolen_Babies_11_29_2k6/16.jpg[/img:2dk7lige] [img:2dk7lige]http://www.noofficialcapacity.net/NoC/Bandpics/New/Stolen_Babies_11_29_2k6/12.jpg[/img:2dk7lige] view post


posted 30 Nov 2006, 14:11 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

bah! i defy you and your flunkies! view post


posted 30 Nov 2006, 14:11 in General AnnouncementsSpam by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ya, we need a mod that is here every daily. no offense to EE, but he's obviously busy and doesn;t have the time to clean stuff out. view post


posted 01 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionPoN game musing? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i wouldn;t know because i don;t play any computer or video games. not since my original NES broke down. view post


posted 01 Dec 2006, 15:12 in General AnnouncementsSpam by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'd nominate myself, but of course i would just turn into a tyrannical bitch. so i vote for WP. view post


posted 01 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ya, well i'm.. uh.. a medieval martial arts student.. well, technically. you should see the bruises on my legs from a pole axe. damn. i should take pictures. view post


posted 01 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Philosophy DiscussionRight thing to do? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

cigarettes here are like $7 or more for the 'value' brands. more like $9 for quality brands. view post


posted 04 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionSCA by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i have heard of it. i'm part of vikings UK. we do medieval combat recreation as well as living history. [url:21kxcvzr]http://www.vikingsonline.org.uk/index.htm[/url:21kxcvzr] i'm also a member of the friends of the medieval studies society through the royal ontario museum. view post


posted 04 Dec 2006, 14:12 in General AnnouncementsSpam by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Entropic_existence":2639njrn]All we really need is to have one of those "punch in the characters from the image" thing in the registration page. Would cut down on virtually all automated spam. Of course the real people spammers are harder to deal with.[/quote:2639njrn] true. i thought there was? view post


posted 04 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionSCA by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ya, i remember looking in to sca groups here a few years ago cos some guy my dad worked with was a member. i know there are some that are hosted at some of the universities. just browsed through a bit of the site. seems too complicated when all i wanna do is fight. and reading about the parts that have to be covered by armour. lol. armour. i wear gloves and that's about it. view post


posted 04 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Philosophy DiscussionThe Cruelty of Mankind by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

people are mostly the same, some are just better at hiding or denying their personalities. i used to think i was unique. just like everyone else. :lol: view post


posted 04 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you may feel free to bow to me, however, as whatever there is to go to my head is already there. view post


posted 05 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionSCA by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i just don't like the whole set up, with the kingdoms and baronies and junk. the fighting i do is mostly with sword and shield, but we use axes, knives/daggers and polearms as well. some members take part in the battle of hastings recreation and use horses and thousands of people. the one guy got ran over by a horse this year :lol: used to be on the archery team in high school, but sadly haven't had a chance to do it again since. however my husband and i plan on getting a good bow once spring comes. view post


posted 05 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionRiddles by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oooh, oooh, i got one. how is a raven like a writing desk? oh, um, wait. view post


posted 05 Dec 2006, 19:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionNames by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i HATED my name when i was a kid. i'm still not overly fond of it, but i have embraced it. when i have kids i would like them to have unique names, without being too dumb. my husband grew up in BC where everyone had stupid hippy names like cedar and flower. if i have a son his name will probably be arden or lugh. a girl, will likely br braint or airmid or something like that. but i'm a firm believer in not choosing a name before seeing the child. i know too many people who just do not suit their names because their parents just picked it without seeing what they look like or what their personality is like. view post


posted 05 Dec 2006, 19:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionRiddles by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i defy purpose! oh, and WP, since cordelia's answer to your first riddle was apparently incorrect, what is the answer? cos her answer is what i thought as well, it's the sphynxs' riddle from oedipus rex. view post


posted 05 Dec 2006, 21:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionRiddles by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh, i misunderstood you. i can;t figure out the cabin one either. view post


posted 05 Dec 2006, 21:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionNames by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:lol i'd give it a few hours at least. my point is that you shouldn;t pick a name before even seeing the baby. view post


posted 06 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionNames by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="alhana":5fbyc3p1]I found that I the names I picked for my children were based on my impression while carrying the child. Incidentally, all the names fit my sons perfectly. There were names that I had liked before I was with child, but then when I was pregnant, my sense about the names changed and the names I picked out suited each boy better. I always like my name. I think that names have power when you explain to kids why you named them.[/quote:5fbyc3p1] ya, i agree with your first bit too, tho i don;t think most women (at least the ones i know) put that much thought and feeling into it. my mum chose my name (amanda) because it was popular at the time. it was a choice between that and alana or amy. none of which i'm very fond of. view post


posted 06 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

-yawn- i'm here. what do you need? decapitations? mutilations? eviscerations? view post


posted 06 Dec 2006, 15:12 in General AnnouncementsSpam by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i guess that means it's all up to me to keep posting and find out what the further ranks are. view post


posted 06 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

can i flay him and put him on a deck alive and leave his entrails and eyes for the birds? view post


posted 06 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Author Q & AAspect-Emperor status by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

maybe he'll pull one of those fun trilogy of 5 books. :lol: that release date sounds good, at least i know what to get the hubby for his birthday now. view post


posted 06 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

mwahahahaha -sharpens skinning knife- view post


posted 07 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

blast it! you guys suck. view post


posted 07 Dec 2006, 15:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

as much as i like you guys, i will try to give you a hard time, cos that's what i do. i should start making new accounts to post crazy spam and keep you on your toes. :twisted: view post


posted 07 Dec 2006, 17:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you can't be that mean. you can;t even manipulate your own wife without help :p view post


posted 07 Dec 2006, 20:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

I am losing my mind. :shock: view post


posted 08 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":2cs3aszs]Yeah WP is cute. I just want to hug him and squeez him and name him George.[/quote:2cs3aszs] LOL i would't know about any of you being cute. but i'm pretty cute. view post


posted 08 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

haha jokes on you! i lost my mind aaaages ago! view post


posted 08 Dec 2006, 20:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i guess we're all just a bunch of cutesy wutseys. view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":1grtorcw]I am not. I promise you I look more like your neighbors bulldog than I do someone who is cute. Yes Gierra you are cute. Atleast when you are not cover in fake blood.[/quote:1grtorcw] lol i used to breed bulldogs actually. i could try to dig out a non-blood covered photo. maybe. view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionHelp me understand by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i used to think about dying all the time. not because i no longer wanted to live, but because i wanted to know what death is like. but i keep telling myself, 'curiosity killed the cat.' view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

here you go harrol... non-blood covered cute photo, complete with bulldog. [img:3cm4m1wr]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v702/chainswhore/mandydaisy.jpg[/img:3cm4m1wr] :lol: view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i have witnessed.. TESTIFY! view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i can;t wait to be a mum and get fat! i've been a bone rack all my life. at least now i've been working out to try to get some muscle mass. view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionAges by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i'm not new, but i have turned 24 since the last time this thread was active. view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

maybe. what are you teaching? view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 21:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionNames by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the name dustin always makes me think of saved by the bell. :lol: view post


posted 11 Dec 2006, 21:12 in Philosophy DiscussionLife and Death by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i think it's more of a lack of will to die, actually. there are many people who go to work to make, come home, eat, sleep, repeat, with no apparent will to do anything with life. do they still have a will to live, or do they just lack the will to die? view post


posted 12 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":s2d37w63]Gierra do not get fat it really is no fun physically. Other people's opinion of you be damned carrying around too much weight just sucks physically.[/quote:s2d37w63] i know :p just lookin forward to putting on some weight one day. i'm entirely too healthy to actually get [i:s2d37w63]fat[/i:s2d37w63]. view post


posted 12 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

10-4 little buddy. view post


posted 13 Dec 2006, 14:12 in The Thousandfold ThoughtWho was Kellus talking to? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

judging by that first sentence ("...he said to the world..."), i imagine that he was speaking to no one and/or himself. coversing with his conscience. -shrugs- i can;t remember the specific part of the book at the moment so i cannot be sure. view post


posted 14 Dec 2006, 13:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i honestly don;t think i could gain weight even if i tried. and i have tried. doesn't work. you should see my little bro.. he is 6'4" and like maybe 130 lbs. soaking wet. view post


posted 14 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

not likely, my dad is 50, about 6'1" and maybe 150 lbs. however, he is also pretty active, but drinks a ton of beer. view post


posted 14 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":3ue15c4z]You're great Gierra.[/quote:3ue15c4z] fixed it for ya :wink: view post


posted 15 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionHappy Holidays by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

next friday i will be hosting my yule dinner for some friends and then going out to a show. i'll probably go cut down a tree this weekend and start to decorate and do some baking. food is the best part of the holidays. view post


posted 15 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

damn you and your modly powers! man, i am so bored. i hate doing reception. view post


posted 15 Dec 2006, 20:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well, compared to crotchety, evil italian woman who is the normal receptionist, i'm a dream. like half the people here didn;t come into work so i'm doing several people's jobs today.. hooray! man, i hope i can leave this place soon. they don;t deserve me. maybe i should pray to mod. view post


posted 18 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

thanks, that was very nice of you. :P i had a job interview back on wednesday, for a job i used to do. i will hear today whether i got it or not. means a lot more money, good vacation time and benefits.. it also means seeing my mum a lot more often. i'm gonna be a basket case today. :x view post


posted 21 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy DiscussionThe sovereign rights of a nation. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i should know more about this, but i don't. recently, our PM declared that the quebecois are a nation within a united canada. honestly, i have no idea what that means or how it really changes anything. i don;t really have much else to add. view post


posted 27 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionHappy Holidays by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

why is it that every holiday i return to work more exhausted then when i left? :lol: view post


posted 27 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionHappy Holidays by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well, yes. but only because i have so much family between me and my husband, that everyday we were traveling somewhere, eating a big dinner, drinking too much wine. next year, maybe we'll go on vacation instead. view post


posted 27 Dec 2006, 20:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionHappy Holidays by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hehe ya. don;t get me wrong, i love my family. it's huge and we're all very close.. but damn, i need time to just relax and bum around the house. on an unrelated note.. i'm about ready to smash my head against the wall.. i'm doing reception all week, and it is so slow. i have had one person come into the office, and not even had one phone call. i'm going frickin stir crazy :evil: view post


posted 28 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionHappy Holidays by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

:shock: view post


posted 28 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

reading the toyminator by robert rankin.. however i cleaned my house and now i can't find it... so today i'm reading the neverwhere comics that i got for my birthday. view post


posted 28 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

this morning was nokturnal mortum- weltanschauung.. which is all i've been listening to for the last couple weeks... besides stolen babies and kroda. view post


posted 29 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionHappy Holidays by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Harrol":1g13hgim]Come on Gierra you know that you like talking to complete strangers.[/quote:1g13hgim] no, i really, really don't. at least i found my book. view post


posted 29 Dec 2006, 17:12 in Literature DiscussionOk so I feel like ive read every good author in existence. by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

robert rankin.. if you like silly, dry english humour a la douglas adams. view post


posted 03 Jan 2007, 14:01 in Off-Topic DiscussionHappy New Years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i resolve not to be such a lazy bum and get painting. and eat better, exercise more, same stuff as every year :lol: view post


posted 03 Jan 2007, 14:01 in Off-Topic DiscussionEragon by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i was planning perhaps on seeing it just for the visual effects... maybe if it comes out in the 2nd run theatre and i only have to spend $5. view post


posted 03 Jan 2007, 14:01 in Literature DiscussionAnne Rice- over discriptive thinly veiled gay porn? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the only books of hers i read have been erotica, so they were definitely not veiled at all. :lol: but that's the general gist i get from the people that do read her books... but they like that sort of thing. ;) view post


posted 03 Jan 2007, 14:01 in Literature DiscussionAny horror fans here? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

horror is probably my favorite genre.. never read anything by stephen king tho, for some reason. by favorite lately is probably edward lee. gary braunbeck is also very good, in silent graves is probably the most fucked up book i've ever read. mo hayder is pretty good, and michael laimo. and poppy z. brite, but only if you can stomach some majorly gay sex. view post


posted 03 Jan 2007, 14:01 in Literature DiscussionHis Dark Materials series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

when i used to work in a bookstore, some woman came in looking for them for her daughter and was telling me about them. a friend from LA also was telling my husband about them, and i got the first one for him for yule. i've got a pile of books to read before i get to it tho. but they come highly recommended. view post


posted 05 Jan 2007, 19:01 in Literature DiscussionAny horror fans here? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="paddyenglish":25bg0ynf]I'v read quite a bit by King and you're not missing much i think he's a bit cliched after the first couple.....makes good films though[/quote:25bg0ynf] that's pretty much what i've heard.. i was told to read dreamcatcher tho... view post


posted 08 Jan 2007, 15:01 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

started thunder god by paul watkins this morning... view post


posted 10 Jan 2007, 15:01 in Off-Topic Discussionrelease dates by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

woo hoo! i know what i'm getting for my birthday! view post


posted 19 Jan 2007, 21:01 in Literature DiscussionA Song of Ice and Fire to Become TV Series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i haven;t started reading any of those yet, but plan on it. either way, i know a few people who will really happy to hear this. view post


posted 05 Feb 2007, 13:02 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

nokturnal mortum- weltanshauung view post


posted 08 Feb 2007, 14:02 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

pungent stench- been caught buttering view post


posted 14 Feb 2007, 14:02 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

guy gavriel kay- the last light of the sun view post


posted 20 Feb 2007, 15:02 in Literature Discussionr.a. salvatore's war of the spider queen series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="danm0207":b9xdbcqu]just don't expect something on par with Bakker[/quote:b9xdbcqu] well of course not! :P just noticed that there is a continuation of the spider queen series now... i think only first or maybe 2 books done yet... view post


posted 26 Feb 2007, 15:02 in Off-Topic DiscussionYour First Time by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hard to say.. i have always been an avid reader, since i was about 4. i read all kinds of things, adventure, mystery, fantasy, non-fiction of all sorts. never really had a defining moment/book. view post


posted 26 Feb 2007, 15:02 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

reading 'saxons, vikings and celts' by bryan sykes. (in the uk known as 'blood of the isles). genealogical study of the british isles and other areas of the world. view post


posted 01 Mar 2007, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ghoul - splatterthrash view post


posted 19 Mar 2007, 17:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionMusic..not generally... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Nauticus":3idznl5x]Porcupine Tree, as well. The compositions they create, in my opinion, are beyond what anyone's ever done.[/quote:3idznl5x] definitely. i don;t listen to them much anymore, but ya, they're great. view post


posted 19 Mar 2007, 17:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hehe ampeauty is awesome too... well, anythign the stench has ever done is awesome. np. finntroll- midnattens widunder view post


posted 19 Mar 2007, 17:03 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i've been slacking on posting, so no insults for me i guess.. but funny looking at that last post i made in here.. i did not get the job. i tried quitting my current job, but my boss didn;t want to let me go, so he talked me into taking 2 weeks of vacation instead. so here i am, back at work... haven;t gone a whole day and i've already decided that i have to quit.. and soon. yay for stupid cunts! view post


posted 22 Mar 2007, 17:03 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you know, sometimes i get the idea that you don;t like me.. :lol: view post


posted 26 Mar 2007, 14:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

began kay's the fionavar tapestry this morning... view post


posted 13 Apr 2007, 14:04 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

dissection- the somberlain view post


Re: posted 29 May 2008, 13:05 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]On the progress of the new novel by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="noodles0585":kpk239sp]i just don't know what to do with my self.[/quote:kpk239sp] you can always masturbate. view post


Re: Rome posted 29 May 2008, 14:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionRome by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

so i finally picked up both seasons on dvd. pretty darn good. i did think the second season was not as great as the first. mostly cos the guy who played octavian in the second just bugged me. the kid in the first one was great. still have to watch the last episode, busy busy life has got in the way. view post


Re: Now Reading... posted 29 May 2008, 14:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

the far traveller: voyages of a viking woman - nancy marie brown and trying to slowly make my way through viking clothing - thor ewing *bashes head* i need some new fantasy.. any suggestions? view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 May 2008, 14:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

picked up a bunch of new cds in baltimore last week... gronibard s/t japanische kampforspiele - deutschland von vorne gruesome stuff relish - horror rises from the tomb leng tch'e vs warscars and a whole lot more in the mailbox when i came home...new tyr and hollenthon albums, svartsot - ravenes saga, einherjer - norwegian native art, bunch of old mithotyn and anacrusis albums... gotta try to give them all a good listen... gotta stop getting so many new albums at once :p view post


Re: Rome posted 30 May 2008, 01:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionRome by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh, well, yes, that too. oooh, something shiny! view post


Re: Now Reading... posted 30 May 2008, 15:05 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i've never read any martin or erikson, i'm lame! i'm gonna start on the martin books, i know my buddy has all of em.. i think i have only the second one lol view post


Re: On the progress of the new novel posted 30 May 2008, 15:05 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]On the progress of the new novel by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well someone needs to dirty this place up. view post


Re: Rome posted 03 Jun 2008, 15:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionRome by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i still just need to watch the finale. we kinda got really busy for a while and havn;t had a chance to sit down and watch it yet. should do that soon, since they're showing the finale on the history channel on monday. view post


Re: Availability?? posted 17 Jun 2008, 00:06 in NeuropathAvailability?? by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

my husband just picked it up the other day at chapters then came home and gave me hell for not telling him about it. which, of course, i had. :lol: he's a slow reader, so i wont be reading it any time soon. view post


Re: the decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore posted 17 Jun 2008, 13:06 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

because i'm pure blasphemy and like ice in my god damned scotch, ok, snippy pants! (actually just one single ice cube to add water and release the flavour and chill it slightly. i think the 's' might have been a typo... i'm sure there are a few) :lol: view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 23 Jun 2008, 17:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

anacrusis ruuules. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jun 2008, 05:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

definitely pick up land... i've listened to it almost every day since i got it... growing on me more with each listen... better than ragnarok, not as good as eric the red, i don;t think, but it could surpass it.. also got to see them live recently, which was awesome... [img:2hbvgtzc]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f373/grindum/KL8Z9097.jpg[/img:2hbvgtzc] yes, i'm dressed like a viking. shut up. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 25 Jun 2008, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Orion_metalhead":36znfk1x]Ha! Most excellent! Better be careful of those Faeroese (sp?) however. Heri mentioned in an interview that their nation kidnapped almost all their women from the British Isles during the times they were settling the Islands. [/quote:36znfk1x] i think i'd be pretty ok with that. :P np. pungent stench been caught buttering view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 25 Jun 2008, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh, if you like månegarm, you should check out heidevolk (from netherlands).. just picked up one of their eps, gotta pick up their latest full lentgh, it's really great stuff... i've been working on a viking series of paintings lately so i have been listening to almost nothing but folk and viking metal.. with a healthy amount of french p.orno grind thrown in for good measure. *edit.. what the crap? p.orno is a bad word? view post


Re: posted 25 Jun 2008, 15:06 in Member Written Worksthe decapitating adventures of the merry chainswhore by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="anor277":3si5ki25]Good story, just one question; if the chainswhore was such an incredible bitch, then why did she drink malt whisky with [i:3si5ki25]ice[/i:3si5ki25] in it? That is very nouveau riche.[/quote:3si5ki25] oh yeah, and aren't the nouveau riche incredible bitches? i wouldn;t know, i'm a poor ass bitch. lol and harrol, you know i would never harm a fine gentleman such as yourself. :twisted: view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Jun 2008, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

duh, i didn't even think of that. :P np. heidevolk - wodan heerst view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Jun 2008, 14:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

sweet jebus i finally made sorcerer of rank.. in your face! view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 30 Jun 2008, 04:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you delete me and i cut you *shakes chainsaw* view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 05 Jul 2008, 14:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

yay for cds in the mail! np. månegarm - havets vargar view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Jul 2008, 06:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. gronibard -satanic tuning club view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Jul 2008, 17:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. pungent stench - been caught buttering.. good cleaning music \m/ view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 09 Jul 2008, 15:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="carlsefni":15qfz453][quote="carlsefni":15qfz453]We just need a list of rude words from the languages of Eärwa, and then we can blaspheme away (in a most topical fashion for the forum!) without tripping the English-language spam filters. :D[/quote:15qfz453] I keep thinking about this, actually .... Maybe I have the nub of a topic about languages of Eärwa for one of the on-topic sections of the forum. :D [/quote:15qfz453] i always appreciate different languages to curse in. np. cruachan - pagan view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 22 Jul 2008, 19:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. grabnebelfûrsten - von schemen und trugbildern view post


Re: Now Reading... posted 24 Jul 2008, 04:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

picked up this gem while i was at the museum recently attending a symposium. [img:2tr6iqmb]http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51C0MQQPWJL._SS500_.jpg[/img:2tr6iqmb] *drool* view post


Re: His Dark Materials series posted 24 Jul 2008, 15:07 in Literature DiscussionHis Dark Materials series by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

i did finally get around to reading them all. LOVE THEM! i think i went through all three in about 4 days. did anyone catch the golden compass movie? view post


Re: House of Leaves posted 26 Jul 2008, 05:07 in Literature DiscussionHouse of Leaves by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

both books sound awesome and i will have to keep my eye open for them. view post


Re: Now Reading... posted 08 Aug 2008, 16:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Curethan":14c8nsnw]^^ now that looks like a freaking awesome read/table book. :D [/quote:14c8nsnw] duuude, it is so sweet. next i must find [img:14c8nsnw]http://images.barnesandnoble.com/images/20980000/20984241.jpg[/img:14c8nsnw] view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Aug 2008, 16:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

they were pretty good live, but with the new singer.. i was kinda meh after elegy. haven't listened to amorphis in years, i think. view post


Re: This just in; posted 25 Aug 2008, 05:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionThis just in; by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

so, is it, like, different for me and women? cos i've called a lot of good lookin' guys 'cute.' and i've been called 'cute' by a lot of guys who totally wanted my goods. maybe it was just you. view post


Re: House of Leaves posted 25 Aug 2008, 05:08 in Literature DiscussionHouse of Leaves by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

so... i have house of leaves on order now.. can't wait.. view post


mcdonalds! posted 27 Aug 2008, 15:08 in Off-Topic Discussionmcdonalds! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

sorry to spam, but my friend made this video and it's too funny so i thought i'd share. [url:3l2bpwqw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvVmy-J_B1Q[/url:3l2bpwqw] view post


Re: House of Leaves posted 27 Aug 2008, 20:08 in Literature DiscussionHouse of Leaves by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well that doesn't necessarily sound like a bad thing. *edit.. came in the post today.. just glancing through it it looks awesome. prob wont start reading it just yet.. but i'm very tempted to not even finish what i'm currently reading... view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Aug 2008, 16:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. acid bath - when the kite string pops i do apparently have a solstice album, maybe i will check it out. but candlemass mixed with manowar? that does not make me want to listen to it at all! view post


Re: mcdonalds! posted 02 Sep 2008, 04:09 in Off-Topic Discussionmcdonalds! by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh no! don't ban me, harrol! my life would be over! *cries* view post


just wanted to share with you guys... posted 01 Oct 2008, 14:10 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted to share with you guys... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

or maybe i'm just reeeeally bored. :P just wanted to share with you all what i do with most of my time. just finished this last night, actually [img:1l4ekea8]http://i23.tinypic.com/210j1pv.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] this is actually just the detail of the head of this piece. it's actually almost full body and about 4 feet high [img:1l4ekea8]http://i22.tinypic.com/10nc0w4.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] this one is tiny, only 4"x6" [img:1l4ekea8]http://i22.tinypic.com/5urdom.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] i wanted to try doing something besides people, so i did this for a friend who's rabbit died. [img:1l4ekea8]http://i24.tinypic.com/1z315zk.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] and these are a couple landscapes that i did a few weeks ago, based on photos from a trip to sweden several years ago. [img:1l4ekea8]http://i21.tinypic.com/208a2br.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] [img:1l4ekea8]http://i21.tinypic.com/4rtb9d.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] and here's your friendly, neighborhood painter [img:1l4ekea8]http://i23.tinypic.com/33ne1l1.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] oh, also, i'm a viking [img:1l4ekea8]http://i34.tinypic.com/21digs7.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] and i fight with swords [img:1l4ekea8]http://i24.tinypic.com/28qtaig.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] but i also weave [img:1l4ekea8]http://i22.tinypic.com/aue0z4.jpg[/img:1l4ekea8] anyways, thanks for stopping by and taking a look at my work. i'm off to get back to painting. *checks clock* *cracks beer* view post


Re: just wanted to share with you guys... posted 02 Oct 2008, 11:10 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted to share with you guys... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

well, i am slightly disturbed in a curious way ;) view post


Re: just wanted to share with you guys... posted 04 Oct 2008, 15:10 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted to share with you guys... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hehe, the first one is a photo i took of one of my good friend (and bridesmaid!) so i don;t think there is any subconscious homicidal tendencies (directed toward her, at least). and as for pets, i have only sweet, adorable kittens. view post


Re: just wanted to share with you guys... posted 05 Oct 2008, 04:10 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted to share with you guys... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh, my "kittens" are 4 nd 6 years old, but yeah, i'll paint them eventually. i have 3, one big orange guy and two very small little sisters. and yeah, in my other hand is an axe. i usually fight with two swords, but during that training day weapons were sparse and i picked up an axe. actually i kinda liked it better and i'll probably stick with it. view post


Re: The Judging Eye posted 28 Nov 2008, 04:11 in The Judging EyeThe Judging Eye by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

how. on. earth. did. i. miss. this. thread? *twiddles thumbs* view post


Re: Weird question... posted 03 Dec 2008, 03:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionWeird question... by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

my only guess would be that there are a lot of blacks in the south and watermelon and (fried) chicken are very typical southern foods. but yeah, who the hell doesn;t like chicken or watermelon??? view post


Re: Still active posted 23 Mar 2010, 13:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionStill active by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh i just thought i would pop in out of the shadows, like i am wont to do. view post


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