Sep. 27th, 2007 @ 03:13 pm
Well, in light of various events the survivor records have been updated as needed. I'd like to reiterate to any newcomers to the city that they're welcome to stop by Westminster Cathedral if they'd like; we do our best here to record the last known whereabouts of all surviving souls in case concerned family members of friends come to the city. After all, as Buechner said:
"When you remember me, it means that you have carried something of who I am with you, that I have left some mark of who I am on who you are. It means that you can summon me back to your mind even though countless years and miles may stand between us. It means that if we meet again, you will know me. It means that even after I die, you can still see my face and hear my voice and speak to me in your heart.
For as long as you remember me, I am never entirely lost."
Also, we'll give you tea.
And for all those I already know, yes, it's true, I've caved in to pressure and finally joined my personal computer to your fancy internets once more.
The one, the only. How are politics treating you, Lottie?
awesome, of course
i have been saving up some wikid guitar riffs for next month
just waitll you see
There always was a distinct lack of kickass guitar in the political process.
see i know right?
i am totally psychic
vote awesome, dude
Best of luck to you and the rest.
hey you know i'm not dead
but if i come by
do i get tea?
Only if you refrain from curling up with the stone effigies this time.
To be fair, I am
a clergyman, so I think 'lame' comes in the job description.
.. that was kinda funny
Well, don't tell anyone, or I'll end up defrocked.
Hah! No. I'd be fired. Although I'm not sure that's possible.
i dont think the popes alive
he was old
Actually, I'm Anglican. So it'd take the Archbishop of Canterbury...who was also old.
your dude sounds cooler though
It's the "arch" bit, isn't it?
also ive been to canterbury
wicked trees and shit
It is quite the place. But so is Vatican City...and the Archbishop never had the Swiss Guard. They were...well, they were quite a sight.
Did you get sick of the nagging or just miss the spectacle of everyone panicking at once when anything happens?
I would say it's perhaps...80% the former, 15% the latter, and 5% of "oh, why not."
I only regret the stream of "I told you so"s that I'll be hearing shortly.
You could start conversations with 'I told you so' just to stop other people saying it to you?
That is really not a bad idea.
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The internets are glad to have you, sir.