Team Fortress 2 Catch All

I'll be around after Heroes.

I probably won't make it on tonight, but hopefully when the semester comes to a close I'll have vast swaths of open game time with which to sticky bomb the living crap out of every surface I can find. Alas, this evening the dirty dishes and installing a cabinet radio in the kitchen beckon.

We had a pretty good crowd going tonight, not full but enough for good matches.

Blargh...had about 6 brownouts in a row. Got my computer back up and running just a little bit ago. Sorry about dropping out early.

It did approach 12 vs. 12 sometime during the night. Now if only we can make it happen more often...

boogle wrote:

We had a pretty good crowd going tonight, not full but enough for good matches.

The server was full for a while there. I could only play a few games since I was having Neon Genesis withdrawals but it was fun.

TOOSDAY!

Tuesday is COD4 night. The competition for Goodjers begins!

And so the TF2 brigade stood against the oncoming horde of COD4ers, with the fate of all Goodjer nation in their hands.
Distant with backstab, Pharacon with sentry they fought until no one stood.

At least thats my prediction for what happens.

Staats wrote:

Tuesday is COD4 night. The competition for Goodjers begins!

Pshaw. Surely a PC FPS beats out a console FPS in priority. I know where I'll be tonight. If Staats is not there to magically teleport stickies under my feet without me knowing, so much the better, as far as I'm concerned.

Staats wrote:

Tuesday is COD4 night. The competition for Goodjers begins!

I may have given my heart to TF2, but my ass belongs to CoD4.

So TF2 is god and CoD4 is the Corps?
OK, I can live with that.

boogle wrote:

So TF2 is god and CoD4 is the core?
OK, I can live with that.

Eeeeaaagh. Corps. Marine Corps.

Fixed.
And I also got berated by the NROTC Marine option guy on my floor.
He challenged me to a contest of skill.

With all the belly aching about empty servers, it's time to retire the ol' catch-all and regroup in a fresh thread. Now with scheduling!