Subject: Re: BYOP From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Blackhawk) Newsgroups: alt.fan.tom-servo,rec.arts.sf.tv,rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5 Message-ID: <email@example.com> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Infinity@world.std.com (Captain Infinity) wrote: > In article <JULu1.1342$Kf2.email@example.com> > jdn wrote: > > >Captain Infinity wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > >>In article <ETyt1.673$Kf2.email@example.com> > >>jdn wrote: > >> > >>>No, I'll supply the kegs if you'd like. > >> > >>Kegs? For a BYOP party? > > > > > >You have to get them drunk first. > > > >jdn > > > > Yes, that's absolutely true. We had trollerized the road from Servoshire for two days, layering the road with as many "aspects" as we could find. We searched on, looking for a post, a sign that we were on the correct road to Kiboshire and the tavern which lay between them at the top of a large cliff. As we reached the bottom and began our ascent, we were struck the many different colored aspects of the cliff face, no doubt caused by aspect upon aspect being pressed down over millions of years and forming themselves into a hierarchy that fit our definition of the word aspect. On the third evening, we dimly saw the sign we had been waiting for. Illuminated from a hanging lantern, with large friendly letters almost glowing through the haze it read: "The Drunken Peep! Don't Panic!" An Aspect Hate-troll walked past into the tavern. I girded my loins. There would be much P.G.G.  and singing of Servoshire, of "Too Bad" and of all things yellow marshmallow. Rumor was that Kermit had returned to the tavern, that he had somehow "cheated" death. Aye, there would be infinite improbabilities inside. I clutched Vogonsbane tightly as I turned the knob with my free hand... ** Blackhawk - Save the Uni-moose! "A brain the size of a planet and *I* have to open the door!" - Another Marvin  Pan-Galactic Gargleblasters
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