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Old 02-05-2009, 02:59 AM   #16
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The cake is a lie!
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Old 02-05-2009, 03:46 PM   #17
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although if i was there i'd be in my room and so i'd have access to all the weapons i have.... yeah, they won't like it much... being kids i wouldn't expect them to be armed with projectiles...
They were kids?! Wow, society is deteriorating, then.
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the architect: but but there is a cake... and even companion cube is there...

bluethunder: judging by what they took yeah, they were kids, it was school holidays too, so they would have been between 8 and 16 at least
they say that these kids start as early as 8 years old too..
that's the area i live in for ya...
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If they were kids, that may explain why they left all the other stuff alone...

Kids... Becuase only kids take the Playstation if presented with two options:

1). Old ornate jewellery
2). PlayStation

Btw, why do you want them to get cake?

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