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Postby Worff » Fri Nov 05, 2004 2:14 pm

More content ??? Or did the gay midget porn guild finally get approved :P Kidding bro, I know if you decided do boogie, you really thought it through and its not on a whim... keep in touch man.. you fucker now Im the only dirty old man left !!!
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Postby Widow and Tree » Fri Nov 05, 2004 9:18 pm

You reinvited Me and Widow back into the guild and for all the forum discussions there have been helpful has been used to describe you more times than I can count.

Sorry to see you leave a guild you help bring back to life. Hope you come back in the future.

Take care Goofy! :cry

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Postby Champion Flogger » Sat Nov 06, 2004 3:03 pm

There is no doubt. TF has changed drastically over time. Some of the changes have been small. Others have been darn near life altering. Ultimately, a guild should fit a player's personal and playing styles. If a change causes the guild to no longer fit this criteria for someone they will not be happy there any longer. Something has changed that makes Goofy no longer happy in TF. Actually, because it's goofy, I'm sure there are multiple changes that led up to this.

There are many new people in TF, and some veterans. A lot of departures in recent months have been vets. This is an indication of change. Not necessary for the worse for most, but it obviously is not the same TF these vets remember. So, drive on Goofy, and drive on TF. Goof, Fnord, myself, and Calth may not be in TF, but we will always remember who are friends are.

Goof, come hang with us guildless peeps anytime. Ssra was fun last night despite my net issues. Congrats on your Emp key.
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Postby bill » Sat Nov 06, 2004 5:12 pm

<insert typical goofy goodbye message here>

You've had some classic goodbye quotes.

have a good one man, dunno why you're leaving but I hope it goes well. Need help drop me a line.
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Postby zeilphyn » Tue Nov 09, 2004 10:43 pm

No wander I haven't seen you around. Take care bro, nice guilding with ya.
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Postby Snurple » Wed Nov 10, 2004 1:29 am

wow.. and noone has flamed him as he did all of those that left before him.

Goofy, I wish ya the best. But I would have expected more drama... this was really a lame goodbye....

<insert random pictures of sheep>

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Postby deladriendil » Wed Nov 10, 2004 4:47 am

it is better to burn out then to fade away.
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Postby bill » Wed Nov 10, 2004 11:05 am

I thought it was better to lurk while at work? =p
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Postby Heattas Mavencure » Thu Nov 11, 2004 6:17 am

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Postby Valkorin » Thu Nov 11, 2004 7:54 pm

damn, ok, i will try to play more..i know that's why u left.....POOOON!! damn it "G", thanks for all the help with all the stuff i needed in game, and thanks for....wait..ur not fukn dead..hell ..i'll see u in game guild or no guild...not too hard to find "Forage food or water?" statement in any game :) take care bro :thumbup
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Postby Raolf » Sun Nov 14, 2004 10:57 am

wow goofy !

wish you the best in what you wish to do with eq , i dunno what it is with you druids coming out of tribal but i do know that my fav 2 druids in the world were from tf at my time of meeting them

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Postby ZephaniahTF » Mon Nov 15, 2004 12:43 pm

I think snurple is right this guy needs some flame. Hell i know i got it and doint give a shit. Btw dela is a damn slacker heh
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Postby Goofydoofy » Mon Nov 15, 2004 2:26 pm

Some people command more respect then others due to the things they do for others. Unlike you Zeph, who won't do anything for anybody unless there is something in it for yourself!!


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Postby Nagaash » Mon Nov 15, 2004 2:47 pm

HEH ... nice Pyromania reference, Dela ... :thumbup
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Postby Serano » Mon Nov 15, 2004 2:54 pm

Pyromania didn't start that concept.

It is a play on the old military concept that old soldiers never die they just fade away.

The Airborne community took this and ran with it changing that to it is better to burn in than fade away (Burn in is what you call it when your parachutes don't open and you beat all your fellow paratroopers to the ground)

I am fairly certain that song came out long after both phrases were common useage.

A SSG (11C) I used to work with in Italy 7 or 8 years ago - burned in once back when he was assigned here at Ft Bragg. 850 Feet above the ground he jumped out of an Airplane while in flight and neither his main nor his reserve opened. He landed on his back and when the medics went to scoop him up they were shocked when not only did they discover him alive, but concious - asking "what happened?"

Guy cracked a couple ribs and maybe his tailbone but otherwise was fine. Gen Hugh SHelton waas the 18th Corps commander at the time and gave this guy a big ol' huge "burn in" plaque. When I met the guy after this event he was still jumping with the Army.

There is a great song/ poem "Blood on the Risers" that epitimizes the concept of burning in. Great song/poem - look it up.
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