9208Re: [Fantasy Fiction Dungeon] Re: Kinda OT - for the D&D players...
- Apr 2, 2004notall',
I wasn't put out by the post. I had just seen it
before. I agree that it was pretty well done, and
makes that old tract more readable.
So what is everyone reading these days? I am back
to my boring non-fiction kick (according to my wife)
and reading Eve of Destruction the Yom Kippur War,
Hacker's Challenge, a CISSP prep book, and in a break
from that Da Vinci Code.
--- notallwhowander <email@example.com> wrote:
> Well that went over like a screen door on ahttp://www.planetadnd.com/humor/DD-MST3K/?file=dd-mst3k.php
> Sorry if I put off anyone with that last post &
> link. Being a devout
> Christian and an avid fantasy enthusiast/long time
> D&D player I
> found it very very funny. I especially appreciated
> how the authors
> tried to touch on the reality of all parties
> represented in the
> tract. I find the Chick stuff at best campy and
> embarassing, at
> worst I imagine what harm such knee-jerk
> stereotyping can do. Again
> I apologize for any off-putting I might have done.
> I'll try and show
> more decorum next time around.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > Take a group of typical gamers (watching MST3K),
> throw in a
> > out religious tract, mix in a liberal amount of
> HTML and you get...
> > (This was sent to me by the high school pastor at
> my church, BTW.)
> > -notall'
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