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Old 05-05-2012, 04:55 AM   #29
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: hovering above!
Posts: 11

I haven't really been scared, per se.
I never fail to laugh my ass off when I encounter the Raider that sounds like Moe from The Simpsons though!
Sometimes I feel a pang of guilt (or something like that) when I shoot a fleeing raider in the back. But I usually assuage myself with the knowledge that they would have pursued me and dealt the same punishment to me as well.

Also, if you have a chance, check out the McClellan Family Townhome in Georgetown. The first time I had the robot read the "children" the poem, I was very moved by the whole experience. I even Googled the poem and discovered the author Sara Teasdale had written some other very good poetry, if you're into that sort of thing.

The game has a ton of atmosphere and I'll go back to it and play it for a week or two before putting it up again for a bit. But I've never been scared by it.
Intellectuals could theorize till they sucked their thumbs right off their hands, but in the real world, power still flowed from the barrel of a gun.-Mark Bowden, Black Hawk Down

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