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And then he proceeded to demonstrate:
a table for one-nan
The demo board was completely demolished, ground up and used to feed egos.
The new demo is to be released soon-a beautiful new world must be built onlt after the old one gets destroyed.
...but the destroyer of all things evil will be back to destroy the new demo...
The tiny little pieces turned into the little blobs and the detroyers got eaten by the baby blobs.
this can be easily be related to The Darkest Hour movie.
there comes the prince of the darkness-its said anyone who ever looked at his eyes will be forever twisted.
The Palace of Slaanesh
The Palace of SlaaneshThe Palace of Slaanesh is Slaanesh's realm within the warp. Those that dare his realm risk becoming trapped in its warped delights for eternity. The Dark Prince's realm is divided into six domains, arranged in concentric rings about the Palace of Pleasure. The palace itself can only be reached by passing through all six domains. The circle of Avidity plays upon the interloper's greed. The circle of Gluttony is next; it plays upon the intruders desire for lavish foods and wines. The third circle is the circle of Carnality, where the perfect desires of the heart reside; testing to the extreme the individuals desires. The fourth circle is the circle of Paramountcy, where the traveller is greeted by roars of adulation, here the intruder is tempted with absolute power over others. The penultimate circle is the circle of Vainglory. the traveller is presented with his ideal self-image, and if he feels but an ounce of pride, for eternity will this circle be his prison. The last circle is the most perilous, it is a heavenly place, within which resides a seemingly perfect environment. Every second that passes fills the intruder with bliss, but to rest and enjoy the pleasure for a single moment results in falling into a coma, and eventually dying in idle bliss. One may walk the circles for centuries, but cannot for a second give into his ultimate desires for he will fall. If one is able to successfully pass through the circles he comes before the palace and Slaanesh himself. It is impossible for mortals to look upon the god without instantly losing their soul, for all who see it become willing slaves to every whim of the Dark Prince
...then someone (finally) told winnersp that his 3 minutes were up.
Wow! This sounds like an awesome game. Is it available only on PS3 or only on XBox?
...asked wishi, as he burst into the never ending chess story room.
And AndyClifton finds himself still suffering in this never-ending hell...
...so Faulkner started posting huge rambling blocks of text in the vainglorious attempt to recreate the type of literature so common before the great war when Colonel Sutpin sat on a pin and pawned his pawns that reminded him so much of the way the Yankees swam the Yagtzee and played Yahtzee with stale cat pee but couldn't get the nerve up to ask a cute foreigner just what a chessboard covered with hand drawn diagrams meant to anyone who was not entirely schizophrenic, not that anyone is entirely schizophrenic this early in the morning, before old Saint Nick claws his way up the chimney in order to escape the constant posting of rambling nonsense on what may well be the worst thread in the history of chess dot com if not the internet itself, an idea that was found entirly unacceptable to Ebenezer Fartknuckle and his crumb cake brigade, which never was the same after the sacking of Yazoo City by that awful General Grunt, who later became one of the most notorious presidents to preside over a dent, not unlike the one on my car that I got in the parking lot where I work, not that I could prove who did what, now that the security cameras are made entirely out of blocks of cheese carved by tiny mice into chess sets that hum and haw and bray like dingbats all night long with their sleep apnea and foolish japery...
my god, Faulkner lives.
...Chess.com member wishi exclaimed, still evidently blissfully unaware of the format of the never ending chess story (even if he was reportedly blessed with a titanically tumescent member of his own).
as I always woke up in the morning,I find some of my games is just 1 min away from finish,I quickly make a move,and then I am told the game is over.I start to look at my little exe program written one week ago,and is satisfied with the function I implentmented yesterday to add two values together.while the operation process at the moment takes me incredible long to finish,like the old computers,I am still working on how to make an more operative system by saving money and finding a better paid work for the investment.
winnersp also make an alluring target for everyone:anyone who can use his chess knowledge to crack a lottery puzzle by placing logical pieces on board will be qualified to win a jackpot more than 7 million.
and then I closed the book, having found myself by mistake in the porn section...
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