Please State the nature of the medical emergency
What the everloving F?
You've got a lot of nerve posting here, with what you pulled
You should be
Wait - what do you mean?
Cut the crap Zark
Wait a minute
B'Ellana pulls out her tricorder and waves it in the general direction of The Doctzark. His pattern destabilizes when she takes a step closer.
I think I have something here captain
Is it contagious?
Everone pauses in their look of distain for Zark to spare one for Nelix
You know you can't just say that - someone has to do something
Tuvok reaches over and taps the screenshare icon on her tricorder - a report that TWG is blocked by Zark's office shows up on the viewscreen, replacing the voyager bingo pic that had been up for ~months~
Huh, you learn something new every day
Apparantly not how to bypass a simple web filter
I don't think you get it. he could have posted something, anything
Can I just say something?
Computer, disable the emergency medical hologram. Make it painful... I don't particularly care how... but make it entertaining as well
the main computer wrote:Request Acknowledged. initiating point to point transport of Rekard to the Holodeck, and transfering emergency medical hologram. Initiating program "Disco Inferno, literal music video"
I think we can do better than that
the main computer wrote:Request Acknowledged. initiating point to point transport of all TWG players to the Holodeck. Initiating House Party Protocol
((So, shields down for a moment:
I took a new job that was frankly intimidating as hell. Drama galore, complete with a director who saw me as a threat, a manager who wanted the job I had accepted & put in his notice, and an engineer who walked out when he saw the swirling mess that was pointed at any capable hand in the organization. I can't say I blame him for playing the "not it" card.
I've been engaged with HR, the director may have been correct. He's reporting to me now & on a performance improvement plan. Things have stabilized, but we are two people down & I had to take one hell of a step forward & go all in.
Apparently what they were looking for, because they trust me with the big guns & I'm now covering remote production for the aptly named "March Madness" & overseeing massive upgrades to our infrastructure.
What I don't have is time. Any. Whatsoever.
I don't think we've ever had a GM go walkabout before. Certainly not for months on end like I did. Even if I lost network access, it wasn't cool. I could have said something.
I hope you guys can accept my apologies. I have put off posting this (or something like it) for far too long.
Again, it wasn't cool. After Rekard is finished the rest of you will take a swing or two, & then we can team up on the real enemy (Ozymandius).
If you will (eventually) accept me back at greatly reduced posting rates. I can only do cell phone and that's substantially reduced. Last, being in charge of a really, profoundly disfunctional organization (one that makes reality TV look like a group of nobel laureates), people are looking to me to do more, I don't know... work))
Bottom line. I'm sorry guys
More or less in a bit,
Ryvvn wrote:the only way we'd get those long games back is for many former players to suddenly return or for a mass of fresh blood be brought in (...or play all 10-12 player games as multi-leveled games).
I feel really bad about this. I saw a call to action & dropped the ball. I suspect the 12 level voyager game I had planned (it was turtles all the way down) was ambitious, but I'm changing the subject...