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- I have a third nipple, or as I like to call it, a "thnipple". Wikipedia the term "supernumerary nipple", Mark Wahlberg has one and somehow makes me feel cool through nip association
- I'm left-handed with drawing and writing. However, I play sports and instruments with right-hand dominance.
- I'm legally blind as shit (-8 to -9.00 in both eyes)
- I was born with X-linked ichthyosis, which means I have to slather my entire body in lotion every day in order to not look like a human reptile with sandpaper skin.
- Due to strict Asian parenting and my less-than-stellar academic performance in elementary school, I wasn't allowed to have video game consoles. Instead, I was given a Windows 98 computer the year they came out. Three cheers for Nintendo emulators, Napster, Final Fantasy VII, shitty realplayer videos of DragonBallZ overdubbed with songs by Blink 182, accidentally discovering Hentai, and the general deviance associated with using the internet unsupervised as a kid...perhaps they should have just gotten me the video game console?
- Grew up getting my ass kicked at home while attending public school after the height of 9/11 as a brown kid...is this why I listened to so much Korn and Slipknot in elementary school?
- An entrepreneur at heart, I got suspended in middle school for selling pirated watches and DVDs. Oddly the teachers who bought my fake Rolexes were not punished. Perhaps the $20 fake Rolex that stopped working after two days was enough punishment..
- Got my first guitar in 7th grade. My strict brown parents gave in after I played "Aerials" by SOAD on a $10 Hawaiian ukelele 500 times a day for months.
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- Age 17: Adderall, Ritalin, Cocaine. Pre-Amphetamine SAT score: 1680; Adderall 30 mg XR SAT score: 1920; 54 mg Concerta ACT score: 32. Not bad for a lifelong C and D student! Commence life-long amphetamine addiction.
- Age 18. Two separate class-mates give me their ADHD meds every morning before class for free (why did they do this? lol) Nothing quite like seeing a 90 pound 6 foot tall high schooler "speed" walking around on both a 30 mg Adderall XR and 54 mg Concerta every day for a year...unsurprisingly my $10 walmart CD player goes from Prog Rock to HOUSE MUSIC 24/7 OONTZ OONTZ BISH
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- Age 19, 2010...a year defined by consuming and selling large bags of Xanax bars, large shipments of BK-MDMA, and large jars of dispensary bud. Become disturbingly addicted to sniffing mountains of methylone alone in my room, usually upwards of a half gram every weekend. Have one of the worst overdoses of my life when trying to eyeball 20 mg of 2C-C after sniffing a gram of bk-MDMA...eyeballing anything is stupid, but even more so when you're eyes are wobbling into another dimension. I ended up consuming 200-250 mg of 2C-C, in a capsule mixed with 200 mg cocaine and 500 mg bk-mdma...downed with grapefruit juice because I'm an idiot. This is after having already sniffed a gram of BK-MDMA. Still not sure how I survived that, to be honest.
- This list is waaay too long, so I'll compress 2010-present here. Sold pounds of methylone until a kid tries snitching on me. Become completely sober for 9 months before relapsing by using heroin for the first time. Then meth. Then resume my addiction to drug dealing by ramping up and adjusting operational security, proceed to sell a quarter-pound of MDMA every weekend, hundreds of Dutch E pills, benzos. Become a heroin addict, start dealing shit to my hood-ass dope dealer. Over time I lose my personality, patience and kindness, becoming a sociopathic drug dealer with a disturbing appetite for substance abuse. Spent a decade fluctuating between what felt like two personalities, the empathetic thoughtful sober version of myself, and the cold, heartless persona that fiends for lethal polysubstance combinations and large drug transactions, with zero remorse or consideration for others.
Over the course of a few months, I went from 145 lbs to 117 lbs, would contemplate shooting myself in the head every morning, was always depressed/anxious/irate, and would constantly feel like I was going to have a heart attack or stroke due to vasoconstriction (my daily intake of 40 mg vyvanse and a juul pod probably didn't help). Despite all the negative effects, I could not handle the soul-crushing depression of coke withdrawal with my school/work schedule..few things are as bad as feeling as though something is very close to killing you, yet not being able to handle the effects of quitting. In desperation, I decided to use heroin to help cushion the blow of depression that comes with using cocaine daily for 6 +months.
That was January 2019. From January until August, I was living a one-day loop, a Groundhogs day sorta thing. Selling drugs constantly to support my gram a day heroin habit. Being dope sick, doing embarrassing shit like projectile vomiting in restaurants. Waking up on the floor from overdoses. Over the course of those months, my mental health slowly deteriorated into a state of delusional thinking. I was disappointed in myself, deeply unhappy to find myself yet again in active addiction while every meaningful aspect of life fell to the wayside. After mindlessly eating an 8th of shrooms one day, I became suspicious of everyone, and started thinking they had ulterior motives for interacting with me. With no heroin left (and no energy left to continue the cycle) I locked myself in my basement and started sniffing coke and ketamine in hopes off alleviating the severity of the heroin withdrawals, which somewhat seemed to work despite being a moronic idea. In my delirious state, I failed to look at my phone or even think about the rest of my family, who had been calling each other all over the world trying to figure out what was happening to me (if I was alive).
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TL:DR, First time poster, long time polysubstance abuse and dealing, currently in the process of getting clean and living a meaningful life!
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Fammit, a scan-tech who had served ten standard years with the Unified Military Fleet, looked up from his instruments and frowned in the way his species usually did, shrinking his bark-sack and slapping his tail.
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Mitikak, the Akltak communications officer suddenly jerked upright, her wintips going to her communications headset. "Captain!"
Nuklet turned to the Akltak female and raised his four eyebrows. "An emergency?"
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The lizard male tapped his display. "There's heavy energy signals, there's debris around the primary planet, and what looks like two large spaceships in orbit around that planet."
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"I'm receiving multiple signals from the planet, as if the communications are omnidirectional, unencrypted, and unshielded. The omnitranslator has been able to translate the most common transmissions," Mitikak broke in.
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"The signals are ready," Mitikak said. She shuddered and Nuklet noticed that her feathers were pressed close, her wings close, and she was squatted down slightly. "I warn you, it sounds like a nest war down there."
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Nuklet made a chopping motion, urging Mitikak to cut off the feeds. His kind were no strangers to violence. After all, only two hundred years ago nearly three thousand of his kind had lost their lives during a fierce trade war.
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"I have another ship on scanners," Fammit said. "They're rapidly approaching"
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The translator crackled and the new ship's communication blared out.
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"This is a sanctioned league game! That isn't even a Codex recognized ship!" Another voice asked.
"Both of you be quiet," A stern voice said. There was a throat clearing noise. "Greetings, gentlebeings. I am Hammond-83132, a registered and accredited Judge of the Clone Directorate Branch of the Judge's Guild. May I ask your intent?"
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"Hey, we leased this place five years ago for our tournament!" The first voice protested.
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"The Battle Hammer forty-thousand League, Clone Worlds Directorate Branch," The Judge said. "We're in the middle of a sixty-thousand point game here."
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There was a long moment of silence. Mitikak pointed at the screens.
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"I may have a compromise that will be acceptable to both parties. You, being the party of the first, the two competitors being the party of the second," The Judge said. "If you agree to my arbitration I will waive all fees as you are a First Contact species in return for the right for full claim to First Contact on behalf of myself and the Judge's Guild."
Nuklet thought it over. The idea of having to pay a fee to this Judge was an anathema, but having fees waived for something that he did not know the value of also disturbed him.
Still, he wasn't sure what else he could do.
"I agree to waiver of the fees and your conditions," Nuklet said, taking a risk.
No risk, no profit.
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"Six years?" Nuklet asked.
"Yes. I am forwarding the timescale according to radioactive particle decay so that we are using the same time scales. Additionally, they grant you license to view the game in raw data without paying license fees, should you be so inclined," The Judge put in. "If you need any assistance, just let them know. Their shipboard cloning banks are running at optimum in case you need manpower."
Nuklet was hardly listening. Salvage rights and free assistance!
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"Once the clones expire when the license runs out, we'll leave the cities behind instead of disintegrating them, if you want to salvage them too," the Judge said. "As for the military equipment used by the clone soldiers, it's old-tech, but you're welcome to the materials. After all, it's just materials, not much use in our post-scarcity Confederacy. The technology is not on the First Contact xenospecies prohibited access and trade list, so there is no legal reason to prevent it from being part of the salvage deal."
Nuklet didn't understand the last part, but the idea of scavenging and salvaging those huge conical cities made his claws grasp greedily at the arms of his command chair. He also liked this Judge, it spoke a language he could appreciate.
"Very well," Nuklet said. "We will exploit the Oort cloud, asteroid belts, and the planets outside the one your, ahem, game is taking place on."
"Agreed," The Judge said.
Nuklet rubbed his hands together.
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"I am transmitting the legal documents now. As a gentlebeing's agreement, the game shall continue while you review the terms and conditions of the Judge's Guild legal agreement," The Judge stated.
"I look forward to examining your terms and conditions," Nuklet said, feeling the surge of excitement at dealing with an unknown race's legal code and agreements.
"Very well. I look forward to working with you. Please feel free to contact any one of me, should you need further assistance," The Judge said.
Nuklet barely heard the last part, engrossed in reading the dense legalese of the contract that had just been sent to his displays by Mitikak. The longer he read, the more he hummed with pleasure.
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FROM: JUDGE'S GUILD
TO: CLONE DIRECTORATE INTELLIGENCE
CC: CONFEDERATE INTELLIGENCE
Encountered a ship outfitted for resource extraction and exploitation at Hartfield-221 System. Previously unencountered xenosapients, seven xenospecies total. Most were unwilling to purchase rulesets or holo-patterns for proper tournament play. However, three species found Tournament play to be fascinating, although they are currently only at the level of holoplay, not Realplay.
Have included recordings of small talk, discussion, and play of those three species.
Are requesting permission to attempt marketing for primary tournament games and a Judge's Guild representative.
CC: Artificial Biological States; Digital Artificial Intelligence Infonet Worlds; TERRASOL.GOV; Cyborg Cooperative; Clone Directorate; Mantid Free Worlds; Traena'ad Hive Worlds
All subjects within the Long Dark that are not Confederate actor intelligence service agents are ordered to withdraw with the exceptions listed in the attachment.
FROM: JUDGE'S GUILD, TERRA HQ
TO: ALL JUDGE'S GUILD STATIONS
SUBJECT: LONG DARK TOURNAMENTS
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(Sorry for the quick ones. Tonight's shift has been BUSY)