(just a question)
I was once ranked #3 on this wiki, and perhaps I would've still been, if not the change of badges, which made me lose most of mine, and also part of my interest. I'm gaining all of them back, but not too fast. It's not that a big deal, but, if an admin is reading this, is there something I can do to reclaim my old badges, which I have worked in order to win? I'm sure I'm not the only one this has happenned to, and if there's something to do, it would really help.
Thanks in advance,
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Think about it - what if, on the way out, when Filbrick kicked Stan out of the house, he managed to grab Ford's bow tie, and this is the tie he wears to this day?
Not that revelant, but interesting in my opinion. What do you think?Read more >
(Based on a dream I had)
A lake at night. Ford chases Stan, running only on seaweed. Finally, Ford loses Stan, and finds a rock to stand on. He looks in his journal, but when he puts it in his inner coat pocket, he sees a man in a black suit with a black bow tie and a narrow nose, waving at him - his brother.Read more >
A stranger comes to the Washington hotel in Linchburg, a hotel with its owner, Robert Morriss, famed for his nice personality and honesty. Thomas J. Beale, was the name of the stranger.
"In person, he was about six feet in height", remenisces Morriss, "with jet black eyes and hair of the same color, worn longer than was the style at that time. His form was symmetrical, and gave evidence of unusual strength and activity; but his distinguishing feature was a dark and swarthy complexion, as if much exposure to the sun and weather had thoroughly tanned and discolored him"
In all of his stay at the hotel, he said not a word about himself.
Morriss continues, saying that Beale was "favored by the ladies and envied by men. To the first he was reveren…
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