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bhskeeper11

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    Blue Aes Sedai, Former Damo House Head, Aiel FDM
  • Birthday 01/30/1991
  1. Happy birthday, Dragonmount! I, too, have met some remarkable people here and have enjoyed getting into all sorts of mischief within these boards.
  2. Having met and shared a meal with Maria, Alan, and Harriet at Harriet and Jim's table, I can say that your bit on their dedication and heart for the series rings so true. They poured a lot of themselves into making this ending a reality, and I couldn't be more thankful for their hardwork. RJ left a true legacy that will live on. Rest in peace, good Sir.
  3. Back surgery on Friday. Eeek! But then I'll be on the road to recovery and hopefully back on the pitch soon!

  4. This semester is flying by...so ready for it to be over!!

  5. >.> If she is who I think she is, I totally led you to her blog. :takescredit: Welcome to DM!
  6. Terribly sad. :/ RIP Mr. Sweet. I love the WoT covers. I've spent a decent amount of time just staring at them and examining each little detail. To me, they were just a part of the story. Also, to those asking about the aMoL cover, the article linked above says: So, that's the only word on it I've heard so far.
  7. *bounces around DM*

  8. Seth and Alice walked through the hall together. Both had heard the screams, but figured it was just a group effort being done to scare them. Or perhaps just to scare her. She was determined to not be afraid. Seth had already disappeared a couple of times after they broke from the group only to pop back up a few minutes later with a big grin on his face. They made it down to the kitchen and the house gave another awful creak. They walked in anyway and began making their way across. Alice heard the scrape of metal and turned to see Seth holding a large knife. She gave him a quizzical look. "It's just in case... this is a creepy house..." He said, taking a step towards her. "Seth, this isn't funny. We don't need that. Put it down." "Hey, maybe there is something in the refrigerator for us to eat. Check it out." She rolled her eyes and muttered something about men as she turned and opened the refrigerator door. And...there were the doll heads... She turned to see Seth right behind her. She took a step to the side and stumbled. And the house was quiet... Thanks to everyone who participated. The winners of the game are... Ithillian and Despo! For their clever use of the creaking chairs, the unfortunate unlocked door, and over-reactions all around, you both have contributed cliches all around. http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc484/IthillianDM/scarystorywinner.gif
  9. It was at that moment that a shrieking scream was heard through the House. Was it haunted? Did Alice break a nail? Or was something even more sinister in the air...? *cue ominous organ music and overhead thunder crash*
  10. Muahaha… Vinally, I have you all here for ze scariest and silliest stories you’ve evar heard. Vat is ze scariest part, you ask? You all vill be vriting it. Ze silliness comes in vith your clever use of horror story clichés. You see, zis story vill be started by moi and vill be continued by each and every one of you. I have procured a list of all sorts of horror movie/story clichés and vill be keeping a tally of who uses vich. A prize siggy vill go to ze one who hits ze most clichés from my list. Zere exists some rules, to keep any Vall-o’-Texters vrom getting too excited, but I plan to be pretty flexible vith zem. Ze rules are: 1. You should aim to keep your responses less than 5 sentences. 2. Feel free to allow your responses to trail off for the next person. 3. You may post as many times as you like, but (obviously) don’t just respond to yourself. Again, zere will be a prize siggy offered for whomever hits ze most clichés on my list. Good luck! For anyone unable to decipher scary ghost speak: Finally, I have you all here for thee scariest and silliest stories you’ve ever heard. What is the scariest part, you ask? You all will be writing it. The silliness comes in with your clever use of horror story clichés. You see, this story will be started by me and will be continued by each and every one of you. I have procured a list of all sorts of horror movie/story clichés and will be keeping a tally of who uses which. A prize siggy will go to the one who hits the most clichés from my list. There exists some rules, to keep any Wall-of-Texters from getting too excited, but I plan to be pretty flexible with them. The rules are: 1. You should aim to keep your responses less than 5 sentences. 2. Feel free to allow your responses to trail off for the next person. 3. You may post as many times as you like, but (obviously) don’t just respond to yourself. Again, there will be a prize siggy offered for whomever hits the most clichés on my list. Good luck! ...... On a night, much like this night, in an abandoned house on the top of a hill, there sat a group of friends around a small lantern light that flickered in the unnaturally cold breeze...
  11. I'm so ready for the semester to end so I can get some good, quality time in with my Nook. I haven't had the time to read in forever! >.<

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    2. Gabby

      Gabby

      Books are awesome!!!!

       

    3. ed2funy
    4. Gabby

      Gabby

      hehehe... floored him!

      Heya Kate!!!

  12. None so far at all! >.< I'm never any good at this game.
  13. The book I was most surprised to see on there was the Bridge to Terabithia. My class read the Bridge to Terabithia in the 5th grade (age 10-11), but I did not participate (my brother had passed away two months before I started 5th grade so I was given an alternate book to read...Where the Red Fern Grows). In 2006, when I heard they were making a movie of it, I remembered that my class had read it so I went back and found a copy of the book. I read it, I cried, but I absolutely loved it. (For the record, I also loved the movie.) Now, it has been a while since I read it, but I did catch the movie on the television recently. My question is, why would it have been banned? I can understand where some books were banned, whether it was for language, graphic content, sexually explicit content... but BtT just doesn't seem like it falls into any of those categories, unless I'm completely forgetting something?
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