Ars Mysteriorum Posted February 6, 2008 Author Report Share Posted February 6, 2008 Guarding the combat camera and motorpool barracks in Germany doesnt seem to be all the crucial. They provide us with a TV/DVD player and the message of "stay awake, answer the phone and check the buildings every few hours, See you in the morining" so yeah, we can read. That reminds me of when I was a curator of a naval museum for the battleship USS South Dakota. Sound like a busy job? Not when it's a museum roughly the size of a living room in the middle of South Dakota. Granted, the history of BB57 is indeed amazing and it's a wonder no one knows anything about it. A nasty twist of political geography would obscure it from the annals of history forever. Sad, but this was good for me. I would take two 300-to-400-page books with me every day. I would finish one and read half of the next one. It was the summer of trilogies, where I would read a trilogy in two days. Not a bad gig. Also, about Lure of the Liche Lord. PK, you were so right. So very, very right. This book is incredible. Quote "Men of broader intellect know that there is no sharp distinction betwixt the real and the unreal..." - H.P. Lovecraft Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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