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The try acolytes got turned into horsemen, you are but a mere pawn. A pawn indifferent to cheese, there is little place for you in the coming milk-curd revolution.


I percieve this obsession with cheese to be an absurdity, unless the significance of such a simple product is explained in full to my person. So far I have followed my own path, one which does not involve the seeming insignificance of cheese. I have my own beliefs, my own god, and neither have hinted as to any importance in the nature of such a simple food.

Lettuce tastes better...

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OK... the Master has spoken. I'll hang around a few days just to see if this cheese stupity evaporates, leaving with us with our intelligent debate and... solomn mumblings.


Ditto, my friend. My apologies to the horsemen whose identities had not yet been revealed at the time of my dissention. If Minerva acknowledges you, so do I.


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Aren't there supposed to be four of you, not seven?

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Naurgul wrote:
Aren't there supposed to be four of you, not seven?


Pestilence
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I count seven. Or do I?


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Naurgul wrote:
Aren't there supposed to be four of you, not seven?


There's some discussion as to how many of us there *actually* are. I'd suggest a headcount, but we all know how easy it is to rig that.


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Kastanok wrote:
what the hell's going on...

you know what... screw this. I'm off until Adam explains this and/or blows the horsemen to tiny little cheesy bits.

TTFN, true Acolytes.


Come now. If you can't cope with a little harmless occupation and forced oppression by nonsensical powers beyond your control, how do you expect to survive the next phase?


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Nayfnu, I don't expect to survive this, or any phase.

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Kastanok wrote:
Nayfnu, I don't expect to survive this, or any phase.


Good! You're learning.


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Naurgul wrote:
Aren't there supposed to be four of you, not seven?


There's some discussion as to how many of us there *actually* are. I'd suggest a headcount, but we all know how easy it is to rig that.


Only because Proogs has those annoying interchangable heads.


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nayfnu wrote:
Naurgul wrote:
Aren't there supposed to be four of you, not seven?


There's some discussion as to how many of us there *actually* are. I'd suggest a headcount, but we all know how easy it is to rig that.


Only because Proogs has those annoying interchangable heads.


I would guess nothing less thana grand council of thirteen.

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General Balls wrote:
I percieve this obsession with cheese to be an absurdity, unless the significance of such a simple product is explained in full to my person. So far I have followed my own path, one which does not involve the seeming insignificance of cheese. I have my own beliefs, my own god, and neither have hinted as to any importance in the nature of such a simple food.

Lettuce tastes better...


well, i didn't want to admit to be a cheese lover, but...

http://elvis.rowan.edu/~kester36/web/fi ... heese.html

this was my indulgent forey into the world of cheese two odd years ago.
sadly, however, i never updated the page with my later findings. rather i forgot about it amidst university work. maybe it will serve as a reminder of the felt inspiration to return to those peculiar studies at a future date.


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vecima wrote:
this was my indulgent forey into the world of cheese two odd years ago.
sadly, however, i never updated the page with my later findings. rather i forgot about it amidst university work. maybe it will serve as a reminder of the felt inspiration to return to those peculiar studies at a future date.


It didn't last very long. And it didn't reveal the significance of cheese. Maybe this is just a simple matter of opinion and cheese really isn't that earth-shattering at all. If cheese actually is earth-shattering, the 'Big Bang' must have been the result of the discovery of lettuce.

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Everyone knows that the four elements are Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Surprise. If they don't, they should.

Hmm ... five kinds of cheese. One for each element ...


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parm wrote:
Only because Proogs has those annoying interchangable heads.


Spare head three appears to be broken at the moment. When it comes to spare parts, I do like to keep ahead, though.


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