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The Villain
Level 1: 10 points
Alltime Score: 445 points
Last Logged In: July 23rd, 2008

The Villain

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Shattuck @ Center
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posted by The Villain on July 22nd, 2008 8:46 PM

Yeah, I've been thinking about coming back. I think I just started too fast last time and burnt out - kinda like a man approaches sex. I need to think like a woman this know: take it slow, enjoy the moment, put on some lingerie. Oh...I did that last one already...

posted by The Villain on July 22nd, 2008 8:30 PM

Ben on Ben action. I like it! The question is, will he still be there in the morning...

posted by The Villain on October 27th, 2007 8:26 PM

You guys are so cool.

posted by The Villain on October 27th, 2007 8:10 PM

Well, no one noticed, but I still think you did a great job. You do show lots of dedication in all your tasking, and that's very admirable.

P.S. If I'd seen you wearing the same thing more than once in a row (in real life I mean), I can almost guarantee I'd notice! These friends you were hanging out with, maybe they aren't visual people?

posted by The Villain on October 27th, 2007 7:52 PM

You got a nice, varied sample there -- all different kinds of people.

I bet everyone's captions say a little something about them, or at least their mood. What's interesting is that the short descriptions you gave for each person, in a lot of cases, really matched their captions. The co-op lady's was the most obvious in this respect, but the security guard's "Track to nowhere" might relate to how he feels about his job, the drunken convict's "Treasure huntin'" could refer to his asking people for change, (or it could be the articulation of his need to get laid -- who knows how long he's been in prison), and I particularly like the relevance of "Mind the gap"; this guy looked really scary, but was actually friendly, so there was a huge gap between his appearance and his personality.

This makes for a great sociological study!