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  1. Ah, a magical "source" who would have no reason to trust you, and you would have no reason to trust, just in time to save you from people wondering about your incredible illogical behaviour today. Good timing? Bad scum. I will tell you without question that if you even have a source and they aren't scum, they're wrong. Either way, you'll die for it tomorrow, which is kind of a shame if you're just being deceived. When that time comes and they're proven wrong, name your source and at least give the town a little help after this disaster you're bringing us. Vote: Glenn Clutch (WhiteFang) The only person who could counter this would be the real cop, and they would be a fool to step forward. That's probably the whole point of this gambit.
  2. You want to hear from "the night action people?" Really? That's your idea of a town strategy, to get the people with the power killed early. I must admit, that's almost enough to get my vote, if nothing else comes along, it's certainly the scummiest thing I've seen so far. Well, plus supporting a vote you mock earlier in the same post. Oh, and the idea that somehow lynching a townie will give us some forward movement or stop "a kill tonight, or a conversion, or whatever." You're really missing on all points... So let's see, what amazing defense can I make against no actual charges? I used to be the biggest agent in this town, people lined up at my door hoping to be the next big thing. Then those Burpamount bastards came along and started stealing the best actors and parts for themselves. If I ever want to get back to my former glory, and the style to which I have become accustomed to living in, I need to help stop them. It's going to be hard to do that if I'm dead, but at this point, what can anyone say to prove what side they are on. How about you? Tell us about your contribution to all of this. Let's all take turns and make our case, at least people would be talking, maybe we'll get lucky.
  3. The problem with "putting someone under the fire" is that you need an actual fire. Confident of a vote that you call "purely conjecture?" I'm still left with nothing to comment on except how silly your logic is. No, wait, you say there is "no logic" to it either. So it's just a "get a reaction" vote, as opposed to "sitting around to wait." I understand that, but the way you've done it, the only thing I have to react to is how silly the vote is, so I'm not sure what can be gained from it. I'm certainly not going to respond as some would with a vote for you, I have no idea if you're town or not, so I can't tell if this is a sincere (but poor) effort to start discussion, or a blatant distraction.
  4. Man I hate this version of IPB, it makes replying to posts like this a hassle... I'm fine with lynching the inactive when it's all we have to go on, especially when he was here and could have replied multiple times, and someone even went so far as to message him to try to get him to do so. Are you saying that being silent would be a good way for scum to stay safe on day one? I think that would be a dangerous precedent. As for the second part, all this babbling, especially about what the scum may or may not be able to do, is fluff, designed to look helpful when it really isn't. I fully encourage poking and prodding people, but am not going to reward idle speculation as if it is helpful, that's pretty much a scum tactic right there. Claiming that my view has changed in any way, when it hasn't, is another fairly scummy tactic, isn't it?
  5. I highly doubt he had any suspicions or thoughts on other players, given that he didn't bother participating. That said, I find it a little suspicious that you point out the people who concerned you in his vote, but that doesn't include the ones who changed their votes to make the lynch happen, 3 of the last 4 votes. Just one more thing to consider. Sadly, I'm not sure this whole discussion is really getting us anywhere, all it basically confirms is that we still need to consider everyone a suspect. At the same time, speculating on what the scum can or can't do is equally pointless, we came out of a night where it looks like nothing happened (which is clearly impossible), so we're left to hope that there are some town power roles taking action behind the scenes.
  6. Mr. Fosstud had the whole day to defend himself and was seen in the area during that time. He chose not to participate. Voting for him should have triggered him to say something, anything, and then we would have had the opportunity to evaluate what he said. He didn't give us that chance and suffered the consequences. It was the most logical vote for the day, and certainly better than "he voted for me" and other petty squabbles.
  7. A surprisingly quiet night, that could be a good sign, but I'm not putting a lot of faith in it. We're going to have to do a better job today, though I'm not sure how we're going to do that with nothing to go on from last night. Don't be so modest, Brickald, you're pretty high up there, too. Hell, if you went into politics ... nah, that's ridiculous.
  8. We really have nothing to go on and have spent the day throwing around worthless accusations and idle speculation. Another day at the office. I see no real reason to suspect anyone over anyone else based on what they've said, but ultimately non-participation means a lack of interest in helping us deal with these Burpamount thugs, so I'll go in that direction to satisfy the voting requirement. Vote: Bob Fostudd (PatRat) You never said a word, despite opportunity to do so. You're either scum and scared to reveal yourself by speaking, or don't care enough to help. Either way, that doesn't do us any good, so you need to go.
  9. Stuck here with the rest of you. Dumb as a box or rocks. If she wasn't pretty... Come along, dear, your trailer is over here by the portable toilets. Hope the wind doesn't shift.
  10. There's always the Special Edition.
  11. Seriously. That last guy didn't even make it out of ... training.
  12. CGI, maybe?
  13. I appreciate that, even the talentless hacks have to eat and pay to maintain all that hair they swish around. I kind of wish they wouldn't flirt with dogs, though, not exactly a scandal I want to deal with.
  14. I didn't even know we did those kinds of movies here... Good dog! This is why you get paid the big bucks. The only thing worse than studio executives are critics.
  15. You all know me, Ari Nougat, Agent to the Stars™ (and you third rate wannabes). Enough the pleasantries, I need to get back to lunch work keeping you people gainfully employed while you're still attractive enough for anyone to hire you.