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Well, ladies and gentlemen, allow me to be the first to welcome myself to this website. Now - that I have welcomed myself - let's get down to business:

In the weekly turn abouts of whatever I've been doing involving role playing... DRAGONLANCE RULES! That's my opinion though, so don't diss me. The latest one I read was called "Darkness and Light" Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman showed their true stature in this book. With a barage of young heros, it takes the cake out of their other books. A very short overview:

Sturm Brightblade and Kitiara Majere end up with some gnomes who built a flying machine. They end up stranded on the red planet Lunitari - AND HURRAH! They meet a dragon. I really don't remember what his name is... And I truly don't care too.. Well.. They are asked by the dragon... to.. free the dragon, from his prison - who woulda thought. Well.. Read to find out if they do, or don't, or die, or something else. That's it for DJ Fireflash's first little writing thingy. Stay tuned - Maybe I'll write another.

My regards to those who died in the despicable act of terrorism on September 11th. Rest in Peace.

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Pushing a lover to love another. Are you turned on?


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