Talk:Quartly Study Group On Tour

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Please add points of interest for each stop as you wish.----Sexualharrison MR ה TStarofdavid2.png Boobs.gif 04:19, 22 July 2007 (BST)

Downing Library in Reganbank

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Z-man

Now that we're all dead (well not anymore since I got a fast revive about 20 blocks to the south), what are we going to do? It's apparent that we can't move north since it's all dead there. Does the QSG have a discussion forum or something to discuss this matter? Otherwise it's a bit hard to communicate...Z-man (a.k.a. Zwelgje) 15:12, 25 August 2007 (CET)

Not that hard to communicate-- just brush up on your kiZombie. I say we keep on going north... it's not dead, it's undead! --Buddhagazelle 03:03, 26 August 2007 (BST)
dead or alive the tour must go on.----Sexualharrison ה QSGTStarofdavid2.png Boobs.gif 18:53, 30 August 2007 (BST)

Zombie Karaoke

My most recent song was Mary had a Little Lamb. (Marah haz mah nabagh ram, nabagh ram, nabagh ram...) But I'm still trying to translate Sirkus' song. Help? --Buddhagazelle 22:16, 8 September 2007 (BST)

It was rather indecipherable, wasn't it? I guess my kiZombie gets worse the more mah zambah has had to drink.
My apologies--that was my closest crack at "I Will Survive." Some words I just couldn't find any kiZombie equivalent for and went for a transliteration--"Petrified" gave me a lot of trouble. Also, kiZombie has no word for the singular you, so I invented "H!ah." --Sirkus 02:25, 9 September 2007 (BST)
Excellent song choice,very appropriate- even if I couldn't understand it! I haven't got this kiZombie down yet. --Pibbit 16:38, 9 September 2007 (BST)
Basically, if you use a word, stick it in the Dictionary. Then other folks can look it up. It's a pretty inventive language, and already has dialectal variation! --Buddhagazelle 16:35, 10 September 2007 (BST)

Colglough is a friggin fortress!

Gollee, I can't even begin to describe how dull it is to live in a library that's been boarded up to the teeth, with all these trenchcoaty goings-on, spending most of my time fixing generators, hunting for hypodermics, and raising barricades for crying out loud. It feels, you know, illiterate! Kind of miss the days when we were all carefree undeads, drinking cheap whiskey and singing Skidamarink. When we getting out of this hole? --Buddhagazelle 23:33, 18 September 2007 (BST)

Welcome to Chudleigh Library!

Extinction warmly welcomes the tour. I hope that feeding groan that slipped out doesn't prevent me from enjoying one of your readings.

-- Non Sequitur 11:44 26 September 2007 (EST)

No hard feelings, Mr. Sequitur. We've all been known to holler and carry on at some point. And your poem was positively lovely. But did I hear you right? We're being welcomed by Extinction?
While I can't speak for all of my undead brethren, perhaps my anti-life orientation is really driven by deep seated resentment issues towards the generally illiterate harman population. I mean really, just because we're in the middle of an apocalypse is that any excuse to put down your copy of Madame Bovary?
Your company is a refreshing change from the general survivor vocabulary that seems limited to OMG!!!DUMP, CADE, KILL!!!
Moreover, your generous combat revive policy allows Extinction Soldiers the opportunity to look positively sophisticated in their new Flak Jacket! -- Non Sequitur 2:09 27 September 2007 (EST)
Your friend Joseph Singleton doesn't seem to share your love for literacy. He's been hugging and kissing me and trying to tear my arm off and giving me nasty infections... may have staved him off with a little help from my friends, but if I survive it'll be a close call. --Buddhagazelle 21:29, 27 September 2007 (BST)

No records of the massacre?

If a bunch of flower children murder librarians but nobody records it and puts the record up on the wiki, did the librarians actually die? In other words, did anybody get an iwitness of the past day? --Buddhagazelle 20:32, 17 October 2007 (BST)

If you didn't get it, we might be able to scrounge up a screenshot of some of it at least. Always happy to help! Love -- Karth  FoD 20:52, 17 October 2007 (BST)
'd be much obliged. You know where to put it? --Buddhagazelle 20:55, 17 October 2007 (BST)
We do what ewe can to help. Just have to check with the "owner" of it first. On where to put it - Actually, if I had a iwitness I would, but I've only got a screenshot. So do you want a link to a wiki picture or a link to where the member taking it uploaded it? -- Karth  FoD 20:59, 17 October 2007 (BST)
Whatever would be the more stable link, I guess? No iwitness? My heavens, you pistolwhippers are living in the stone age, ain't you? --Buddhagazelle 21:00, 17 October 2007 (BST)
It's more abot us being PK:ers... You can't erase names with Iwitness like you can in photoshop. ;) You know what I'll do? When I get the ok from the screenshot owner, I'll just post the image link here and you can download it and do what you like to it: Either upload it to your own pictureshare website or add it to the wiki. (Though we would appreciate a reference as of where you got the picture from ;) -- Karth  FoD 21:04, 17 October 2007 (BST)
Ah, ninjas with ski masks and what have you. To each his own, I reckon, but really... Sounds like a good idea, unless of course one of our own did remember to transcribe the history. Those flowers y'all left around are pretty good by the way, I've been making Rainbow Stew with them and it's quite psychadelic. --Buddhagazelle 21:07, 17 October 2007 (BST)
Well when in rome... You can't really be a serious PK:er without all the sneaking around I guess. Glad you liked the flowers. Here's the URL: http://i23.tinypic.com/scupmf.jpg It's not that big, but it's readable. Have fun with it. -- Karth  FoD 21:53, 17 October 2007 (BST)
Oh, and could you refrain from calling us the flower children? At least in the image curtesy? As a token of good faith over bad blood? Bad publicity - You know the rep. -- Karth  FoD 22:08, 17 October 2007 (BST)
Children who play with flowers are, in my book, flower children. Y'all are of course likewise free to call us whatever names you find suitable. --23:17, 17 October 2007 (BST)
Call us what you will if it makes you happy. As for calling you whatever names we find suitable, we have no desire to sink to such depths. You are the Quartley Study Group. That's what we shall call you. --Hibernaculum 03:14, 22 October 2007 (BST)
Your misspelling of Quartly is suitably insulting, my dear hippy child. --Buddhagazelle 05:14, 22 October 2007 (BST)
my two cents.. you can import the iwittness shot into photoshop. also why do you care if people know you killed someone? isn't that point of all this caveboy?----Sexualharrison ה QSGTStarofdavid2.png Boobs.gif 06:17, 23 October 2007 (BST)
Acctually, it really has more to do with me using IE instead of firefox on this computer. IWitness has never really seemed to work that well on it for some reason. And we don't care if people know that we killed somone, but that doesn't have to mean we can't be sneaky! ;) --  Karth  FoD 18:02, 26 October 2007 (BST)

request.

stop using the word massacre. it's getting old. look up something else.----Sexualharrison ה QSGTStarofdavid2.png Boobs.gif 11:31, 25 October 2007 (BST)

I think it's pretty fitting though: Massacre - "Massacre denotes the promiscuous slaughter of many who can not make resistance, or much resistance." Or can you come up with a better synonym? Love --  Karth  FoD 15:28, 25 October 2007 (BST)
Yeah, what the hippies are doing now goes beyond mere massacre. More suitable words include genocide or ethnic cleansing or pogrom. --Buddhagazelle 15:48, 25 October 2007 (BST)
Or griefing. I mean really - attacking librarians, the majority of whom are pacifists? Beyond trenchy. --Gore Girl 16:00, 25 October 2007 (BST)
You think that little episode was Griefing? Now the campaign against the Cult of the Stuffed Crocodile...that was griefing! Speaking of genocide, enjoy--->Samhain Slaughter.Come on Gore Girl. Tell me the Goolina in you didn't enjoy that. :) ---Hibernaculum 05:53, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

Hibernaculum loves checking in on us

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The 'cades were to be put back up when you left the libraries. A simple, easy request. A show of good faith. Have we not left you in peace as agreed? Am I to understand from the Asshole Doctor's comments that the word of the QSG is worth so little? --Hibernaculum 05:31, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

the cades were up before we left. I think AD's comment was more of a 'fuck tearing them down' than 'fuck putting them up'. --Ropponmatsu 12:46, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
I can concur. During much of our stay there we were hit by barricade strafers, who never stuck around long enough for us to tell them our 'cades were down a'purpose. The good doctor was expressing frustration at our constant 'cade smashing. I can vouch for the fact that at the time of his statement (and the time of my departure), the barricades were at VSB. --Sirkus
Thank you for clearing that up. Good to see you are being true to your word. We in turn will remain true to ours.--Hibernaculum 15:02, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

I've been thinking. We're sort of between campaigns right now. While some of us are on the way to investigate a potential new target, some of us are left waiting with not much to do. Perhaps we can help you with the problems you seem to be having with the locals. We have ways of convincing them to alter their thinking. Let me know and I will discuss it with the others. --Hibernaculum 22:21, 4 November 2007 (UTC)

As an answer to Buddhagazelle on Hibernaculum's Talkpage - We're pretty good trackers. Noone says we have to off somone IN the library. They can't stay in there for ever. Now can they? ;) love -  Karth  FoD 18:44, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

Well of course I like checking on yous! You are my second favorite group of Librarians! And who can not help but follow the adventures of Lyle the Crocodile! And Sir Fred! And even the Asshole Doctor and his grumbling about Hibernaculum getting a life! Anyhow, I came here to congratulate you guys on completing your tour. I also left my copy of 'Imajica' with one of you's which I must come and pick up. I think a few of the FOD might even come and party with you's for a day or two in the near future. Cheers! --Hibernaculum 23:08, 10 December 2007 (UTC)

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