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  1. #76
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    Luka was very trusting. Recklessly so. I do have emergency plans for troublesome ritual devotees and it would have been very easy to dispose of him up there. There's a small cave deep in the heart of the hill, an ossary of sorts. He wouldnt have been found for months, if ever.

    Instead we rewarded his trust with love and revelation.

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    Has anyone heard from Padraig recently? He was onto me a few weeks back about this trip but he never answered my replies and there hasnt been a sniff of him since on here.
    Last edited by droid; 09-05-2019 at 07:46 PM.

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    Nice red herring attempt but we all know he's in that cave on a permo.
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    Hey droid, v sorry

    Have been getting crushed @ work, getting ready to move (day before I leave lol), family member died, etc. Perfect storm

    I'll email u tonite

    London folx: let's figure out a meetup! I'll post trip deets tonite as well

    Also still looking for any + all weird cool London recs! psychogeographical/historical jungle + grime spots, yr face non obvious art/food/etc spots, whatever

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    Aw, Im so sorry to hear that. I hope you're doing OK.

    Chat later.

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    Im hooking up with Padraig on Saturday and he's heading to London on Monday - be nice to him!

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    Congrats! Ireland is so beautiful, old, relatively unspoiled, gentle, great beaches (seriously), fresh Guinness... no more words needed I guess. Just for planning your trip use travel planning apps like Metro Journey Planner , TripAdvisor, Google /maps, Yelp etc
    Last edited by kevinoak; 09-08-2019 at 09:38 AM.

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