Re: [Epic] Help me kick the habit

From: Jason Stephensen <J.Stephensen_at_...>
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 1997 14:40:42 +1000 (EST)

>At 04:50 PM 1/27/97 -0600, you wrote:
>>Remember, the GW habit, like so many others, is a cruel mistress indeed, and
>>like all habits its a difficult one to break. On the 40K list they've had a
>>few people posting out about their addiction, like on might at an AA meetting.
>Hello my name is Tim
>Eight years ago Two of m friends and I wandered into a Games Workshop
>looking for some AD&D books, while there one of the deamons working at the
>store gave us each a copy of the current Heavy Metal painting guide. That
>night we planned to play AD&D till our eyes rolled out, instead we looked at
>all of the nice miniatures in the catalog and quickly were taken over by the
>temptation of the Games. I do not even want to think about how much money I
>have spent as I probably would need a super computer. I am still looking
>for that GW deamon to exact my retribution upon the temptation. PLEASE HELP ME
> Timothy J. Kilgore

I remember the good old days when I was younger, employed and free. Money
was plentiful and I in innocent joy threw my money at GW and bought up heaps
of stuff from them. I slaved on holidays from Uni, and then spent heaps of
it on minnies and games. I don't even want to think of the money I've given

But I got over it. A mortgage, wedding, pets, and general household bills
cut into that spending unlike anything else.

Answer-> get a girl, get a house, get some pets. Well it dosen't really
work, but it helps.
                 Colonel Abrahms, 22nd NU-Atol Regiment
                 Rekartot Redbacks Senior Coach
                   "No Spanky, No. Bad monkey"
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