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From: Dark Elf <VESPOSIT@****.SUNYSB.EDU>
Subject: MagnaTech
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 92 16:18:56 EST
>>>>>[ I've seen too much crap having to do with MagnaTech these past two
weeks. Someone out there must have heard a rumor about where they seem
to be getting all this operating capital, especially when thier main
competitor owns 45% of the fraggin company!!! ]<<<<<
---Dark Elf <16:20:53/11-12-53>

>>>>>[ DE, you should have seen the bunch of freaks I ran into today. This
bunch of psycho-posergangers tried to convince me to worship the
"Holy Dragon." These guy's were decked out like something out of
a TSR simsense game. They were wearing fragging chain mail and carrying
fragging swords like something out of a robin hood trid! I think these
fraggers were trying to convince me that Tirandor is fragging God.
They seem to be hanging out at Club Dedd in the village, it used to
be a nice place, but if these guys stick around, it'll really suck
bags. ]<<<<<
--- OddBall <16:27:50/11-12-53>

>>>>>[ You've got to be kidding.... This Dragon's got his own cult now
Well, anyway, Metro got an ID on one of the people who did the MagnaTech
building and died in the blast. It was a Troll Samurai going by the name
"Maddog" O'Mally. Maddog was a real hothead. He was good at his job,
but had a real bad temper that got him in trouble a lot. He had been
getting really sloppy lately and was working his way up Metro's most
wanted list because he beat the drek out of every bunch of MetroCops
that even looked at him funny. Now the question is, who hired him to
do a run on MagnaTech, and what were they after. ]<<<<<
--- Dark Elf <16:39:37/11-12-53>


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