Ft. Bend county is the most yuppified county in the state, and one of the most politically corrupt. It has a huge and rapidly growing asian population which has been producing ever increasing political challenges to the down-home Texas good ole boy network that has dominated it for so long - people like Tom Delay, from Sugarland, which is the largest city in the county.
i'd just like to point out that 5 swords, depending on quality and whether or not they're actually decorations or just used as such, could have a value ranging between $300-$100,000. in any case, i'd be pissed as hell at the confiscation.
quote:Originally posted by Vyper What gets me is the next line:
Sword ownership rights have been under heavy fire since they were determined to be the leading cause of death during the Siege of Acre in the third crusade.
Hahaha, that's the line I was going to quote too.
The next one:
"School officials determined, due to the violent nature of the video game, the iron-age WMD (weapon of mass decapitation) and other undisclosed information, the matter should be classified as a "Level 3" situation."
What the fuck? What kind of monkeys do they have jumping on typewriters over at the register?
My high school's floor plan was created by a game map designer, I'm sure of it. Classrooms in the "circle", three floors high, with an inner corridor connecting all the rooms. The gyms and activity rooms (band, photography labs, shop, art, cafeteria, locker rooms, auditorium) were in the "square" and had connecting hallways all over. It was like a maze. The first time I played a FPS and learned that you could make your own maps, I immediately wanted to make one of my former school. Never did get a hold of a Mac map editor though, so it never got made.