The link with the teams listed shows my team accurately, but when I click on "my team" there's nothing there.
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Hey now, the first half of the delay was Rob not having any money at the time I had all the clones. To be fair though, the bigger chunk of time was caused by me packing up all my figures in the move and then not finding them until about a month ago.
It's just like my situation with you Matt. We're just equally lazy.†
But if you have clones too, I think he's still looking for some colors that I'm missing, so you two are welcome to cut me out of the deal if needed. Although I'd miss claiming the new record for longest deal ever,† my armies could always use a few more recruits anyway.
Oops, we're going off topic.
Ahem----eh, Rebelscum sucks! Yeah, that's the ticket.
There, now I fit in again.†
You know, someone did that once with Comic Results for Fred "ReRun" Berry
smileyfaceguy! And he likes Jeeps!
is it my turn!!!!! dam they took chandler and troy murphy it sucks picking #1 in the draft
A sťance (pronounced SAY-ahnce) is a meeting at which a group of people attempts to contact a spirit and communicate with it.† †
Stick to people who are open-minded. This is a definite MUST - ghosts respond only to those who believe in them (a reasonable request, we think).
As even the unbelievers know, ghosts are supposed to come out at night, so plan your sťance for sometime after the sun goes down. A night with a bright, full moon would be a nice touch and could set the mood, but it isn't necessary.
1.† Select a medium. If you don't want to be the medium (that is, the person conducting the sťance) have someone who has been to a sťance or is particularly in tune with their sixth sense do the job.
2.† Once a medium is established, let him/her lead the group. A sťance should be held in an orderly fashion, without random participants yelling out, "When will I get married?" as soon as the spirit arrives. Make sure this is clear to everyone before proceeding.
3.† Decide on whom to call over from the other side. It is a good idea to pick a spirit beforehand, so you'll at least know who you're dealing with (your lovable old Nana, as opposed to an axe murderer). It's also a good idea to choose someone who has recently passed away - spirits who have lived on the other side for more than a couple of decades tend to not want to be bothered and might get angry if they are.
4.† Charge the candles. Have the participants hold each candle in their hands and visualize its symbolic power emanating from it. For example, if you are holding a white candle, picture strands of peaceful smoke curling up from it. Each candle should be passed to and charged by each participant before being lit and returned to the center of the table.
If it turns out that you followed all these steps but couldn't get a ghost to visit, it might be because someone in your sťance group doesn't really believe in ghosts, deep down inside. As the meditation and chanting was going on, consciously he/she was thinking, "Wow, this is creepy," but subconsciously, he/she was going, "Yeah, right." You can resolve the issue by shining a bright light in each person's face and interrogating them mercilessly, or you can just try holding the sťance with different combinations of people to weed out the pseudo-believers.
We shouldn't have any FA bench spots since we made it through 12 rounds
Simon should set a time for when the league goes active so everyone has a fair chance at the FA's