Discussion in 'Live Action, Clone Wars & Classics' started by G-FETT, Jul 1, 2007.
@Garth Maul When are you going to annouce your retirement from this place?
I've already established that there are several bombs placed around this city. If Garth leaves, a random bomb will go off.
Gotham will be ashes!
I'll have my lightsaber ready to just slash the bombs to disarm them. This should go in the things I learned from TCW in there.
That means nothing if it hasn't occured yet. I don't think he's going to leave.
There'll need to be two of you though, you have to slash both bombs at the exact same time for it to work.
@SithStarSlayer and bring your lightsaber with you. BTW, your playing Ahsoka.
Pretty soon. Just wanted a transition period with PK.
Why bother slashing when you can just let the bomb go off?
Suit can hang, ya know.
I am going to join you in this retirement anyway.
What doesn't kill us only makes us stronger anyways, right bro?
Or just wait until The Clone Wars ends. I'm sure there are only 8 or 9 seasons left.
Yeah my daughter will be graduating by the time the show is over.
It's definitely time - this is the first time I've skipped an entire arc. I'll still hang out here but my interest in the show is at an all-time low.
One of those seasons will need to be entirely dedicated to the further adventures mishaps of Gascon and WAC-47.
I smell a spin off.
It's going with the Holiday Special.
I probably won't. This place is not the same anymore. I could list the many things that I hate about LACWAC nowdays.
you didn't miss anything important believe me
It was too much hype for something that lasted only one episode.
I'm very much hoping that you aren't serious, and that I'm sorely in need of a sarcasm sign tonight.
That complex must have one hell of a dog **** problem in order to resort to that.
@anakinfansince1983, is this at all related to what you were talking about earlier with the pants (or lack thereof)?
Yep, the idea to do it here came from New York. I think it's happened in several other cities as well.
The organization they donated to here (Warm Charlotte) is fantastic, and the whole scenario turned out to be funny as hell once my initial WTF? moment died down.