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Post  M.J.Mallard Esq. on Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:02 pm

Howdy

I am the one one usually referred to as "Mat", and when I'm not doing manly awesome things such as conquering mountains...

... I enjoy a fairly quite life twating about on a the guitar, swapping bad puns and of coarse, playing some magic like a boss. I've been playing magic for about the past six months. My favourite decks are my Green big stompy deck, Red+White flying deck (A.K.A. firefly Deck) and my often revised artefact deck (Ver 2.3)

Other Info? Well, I am currently between employers, and hope to get back to finishing my degree (BN Nursing) at some point in the future. I enjoy any excuse to don a suit. I have a soft spot for obscure 70's/80's sci-fi. Alcohol makes me sleepy, decisive and bald. I'm illegal in thirteen U.S States and have been politely asked not to visit Lithuania again. I once travelled back to 1873 and uninvented the Time Machine. I'm a fairly liberal guy. Despite having next to no money I own two cravats and a top hat, so I like to think I have my priorities right.
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Post  Rusty on Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:06 pm

Brilliant..

And the lithuania bit is very believable xD
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Post  Rykaan on Sun Oct 02, 2011 8:40 pm

It's nice there was a meal waiting for you on that rock atop the mountain, i mean i would have brought a lunch with me but hunter gatherer types like yourself truely are masters of our little world :) .
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Post  M.J.Mallard Esq. on Sun Oct 02, 2011 10:10 pm

Yes, hunting and catching a heard of wild pork pies is hard work, but they taste so much better.
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Post  Rusty on Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:28 pm

Easuer than catching wild Haggis!
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Post  M.J.Mallard Esq. on Mon Oct 03, 2011 12:00 am

Well yes. Catching wild haggis is really a two man operation.
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Post  timetocrash on Mon Oct 03, 2011 6:46 am

the tricky part is that their gamy haggis leg is actually a sawn of shot leg, gets you every-time!
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