User talk:Gasbandit

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The End

Adios, Muchachos

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This user was a Multi abuser, at least until his deserved banning.

Stupid?

--Nogginbasher 16:58, 23 March 2007 (UTC)

Yes, I believe you are. I told you about your earlier Non-NPOV post days and days ago, and you're still using the news as a chat forum. Learn2wiki or STFU. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 20:20, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
Nice one Zergbandit--Nogginbasher 12:46, 26 March 2007 (BST)

So...

Hey, it's Prometheus, I'm a zombie right now and Im wondering if there's a set revive point yet? Do we have any plans for a counterstrike or are we just going to move location? -- User:WolfgangLuciferMclain 4:17 March 22 Pacific

An attempt to retake just went sour on us. The Malton Rangers and some of their allies are trying, but right now it's slow going because we're up against 4 extremely organized zombie groups. The retake attempts will continue, of course, but at this point it might be faster to find a revive in another suburb. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 01:32, 23 March 2007 (UTC)

Kekels, tell me when in where when you can if you please. Cause till then, Im basically useless. -- User:WolfgangLuciferMclain 5:12 March 23 Pacific

Suburb Danger Report

Hello Gasbandit, to clarify, I would ask that in the future you examine an edit more closely before jumping to conclusions. Had you done so you would have clearly seen that I had not "decided to delete every update since Mar 6" as you had so eloquently put it, but rather I had gone to painstaking trouble to alphabetically order all of the reports by suburb name. You see I felt that ordering them by date caused a problem wherein older reports stacked up, or suburbs would have end up with multiple entries (as was the case when I edited it before your edit). I had assumed that the solution to this would be to organize all the reports alphabetically, by suburb name, so that a new reporter could easily located where the last report had been issued, or in contesting an issued report (suburb colour change), find where the last reporter had recorded their reasoning. That said, I'm not going to bother switching it back as I don't really have time to waste on that again. I would only ask that in the future, regardless of how you view the manner in which a wikipage is designed, that you at least carefully view its contents before arbitrarily replacing it with an older/obsolete version. Now I have a suburb report to make for Dulston, I suppose I'll just dump it at the top of the list... and let someone else sort the mess out later. --Mobius187 March 9th 2007, 7:48 PM (EST).

Oh is THAT what you were doing? Hmm. Well, I can't say I agree with your rationale, but it is very easy to change it back... you simply go to the history tab, click the date link for the one before I edited it, and then click edit and then save. I'll do it, and let somebody else hash out the advantages of Alphabetical vs Date order. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 00:59, 10 March 2007 (UTC)
Thanks, but please realize that the suburb reports are not that important to me, it was more just the surprise of seeing my efforts misunderstood. I could understand if you undid them and wrote "alphabetical order is pointless, reports should be chronological order". I try to avoid confrontations where two ideals lead the possibility of people undoing each others work. I agree with you assessment though, alphabetical order is not any better than chronological. I suppose it all depends on whether older reports would be required for contesting current reports. If someone does change it back, or simply ignores it I certainly won't lose any sleep. But anyway, thanks again for at least going to the trouble of undoing you edit and explaining it in the History. As for me, I have work to do with some locations in Rhodenbank. Good day. --Mobius187 March 9th 2007, 8:11 PM (EST).

GoYRC Business

If you need to talk to me about GoYRC, you can use this space. --Gasbandit 20:07, 5 January 2007 (UTC)

Dont steal the McZeds logo - Stuartbman 18 December 2006 (UTC)

Sorry, I got that nuke template from somebody else on the wiki who didn't attribute it to McZed's, so I was unaware that was where it was from. It's gone. --Gasbandit 17:23, 26 December 2006 (UTC)

Testing my New Sig

signed, --Gasbandit(GoYRC) 23:26, 9 March 2007 (UTC)

my (Darkmagic's) talk link with you..

since it seems you and i will be in conflict on points in the wiki, i am gonna use this... do you honestly belive all the revived bodies outside swithuns are gonna join us considering the large numbers of bodies outside it under normal conditons?--Darkmagic 00:03, 11 March 2007 (UTC)

Absolutely. The reason our numbers in Whatmore have remained steady for weeks, despite at least 80 killings a day there from PKs and zombies is because of them. Remember, I'm talking only about the reviving bodies, the "smells funny" ones. Now, they don't all get up at ONCE or something silly like that, but when a body smells funny, it means it's been revived. If it's outside Swithun's, it stands to reason it took the time and trouble to go there and inside for a revive. It further stands to reason that if it went through all that trouble, it will come back to stand up once its AP is full, so it has the best chance to get safe. It's all a cycle... revive, wait for full AP, stand up, get inside, work, get killed, go get revived. Constantly, hundreds of people, not in unison but all at different points of the cycle. So... short answer, the vast majority of them will, yes. Just not all at once. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 03:52, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
from what i saw from the time i got there to the point i got free run (when i had to stay in the building for the whole time) there was a near constant number of bodies, thew fact is of all the bodies there some probly been there for a long time--Darkmagic 04:51, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
That's not it at all... if nobody was getting up, the pile would be getting bigger and bigger. The fact that the pile stays the same size shows that people are constantly standing up from it, because we add to the pile as we revive. You'll understand more when you learn about Boyle's law in physics :P --Captain Jack Testes 04:59, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
Well, that bit about Boyle's law is a bit out there in left field, because temperature isn't involved, but the rest of it, yeah, exactly right. Heh. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 06:10, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
There are 95 dead bodies here. 82 of them smell strange. You recognise Ron Burgundy amongst them. out of 95 bodies, 13 arn't revives...--Darkmagic 00:43, 12 March 2007 (UTC)
That means 13 are probably rotters, PKs or other such folks that we or others kicked out of the queue, but haven't stood up yet. But the other 85 are a reservoir of reinforcements, trickling in. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 02:17, 12 March 2007 (UTC)
how is south yagoton, i'm holled up in the zoo.--Darkmagic 22:59, 16 March 2007 (UTC)
Still a disaster, but at least we've rebarricaded whatmore. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 23:05, 16 March 2007 (UTC)
tell me when its safe--Darkmagic 23:38, 16 March 2007 (UTC)
hey, i was reading reports, i'm wholed up near a brain rot revive clinic like 2 east of yaggy, based off your guys report, is it really worth attmepting to retake the suburb with these zeds still here, i mean if they wern't organized we normaly would have the suburb back by now, but these guys seem more organized. My judgement says you guys should try to hold indiscriminite targets and go after the big stuff when the majority of the horde gets bored and leaves, or degenerate to zed pking. It just seams safer then trying to get the YRc back up and running when the chances of anybody in the clinic living a night or retaking the mall when it could fall in less then a day, to go after lesser targets and cramp lots of people in a few buildings to keep from spreading defneses thin. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Darkmagic (talkcontribs) at an unknown time.
You can do as you like, but we're going to keep trying, even if everybody else gives up. --Gasbandit(Talk | GoYRC) 01:44, 23 March 2007 (UTC)
i left a while ago just b4 the whatmore fell earlier in the month.--Darkmagic 21:22, 23 March 2007 (UTC)

Thanks from the Inquisition

Sorry it took us so long to get back to you, the internet connection at the Vatican's been playing up a bit. Thanks for the happy snaps of our misadventures in Whatmore a couple of weeks ago, and for playing along! We'll be sure to keep an eye out for you when we're in the area in the future ;) -Cardinal Nachos David Suzuki 03:33, 20 March 2007 (UTC)

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