Jul. 29th, 2010


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I hope you liked what was in the box I left outside your door. ((OOC: Bam!)) I'm [...] sorry there are so many. O_O I tend to bake when I'm freaked out or otherwise avoiding my fucked up life Do you have a minute?

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I figured out who you were through good old fashioned forum stalking. My name is Gabrielle. I think we [...] met? the night of the full moon. But um I just ugh, this is weird wanted to see how you were doing?

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I'm sorry, I figured out your room number via forum stalking as well. I seem to be doing that a lot lately. I'm Gabrielle. I don't think we've been introduced, per se. But I was wondering if everything was okay after she the witch Glinda left?

Jul. 11th, 2010


I... uhm. Does anyone know a good way to...

Get your mind off of things? I'm having problems sleeping. Uhm. I haven't since the full moon? I don't think. I just...

Could really use some advice.


Jul. 8th, 2010


public from D2A, night of the fail!moon

....So, does someone care to remind me of what was 'supposed' to happen on these full moons? I thought there was going to be chaos and people changing into...

Fairy tales.

Well. Hate to disappoint, but I'm still me, you all seem to be you, so first thing tomorrow morning, I'll be calling the local funny farm to haul the lot of you away.

For your own protection. Of course.

Jul. 2nd, 2010


Public from D2B

{Posted 3 days after everybody got back to Bellum}

Hello, everyone! I feel so bad - I've been here for three days and I didn't even notice that we have a forum here for the building! I promise that I'm not unfriendly, though apparently I'm terrible with computers.

Anyway, my name is Gina, and I think you've all met my husband, Lucas. I'm a nurse currently working at the Orange County Hospital and I should have started yesterday but apparently you all managed to stress the nursing staff there into panic mode I had to start two days early so I've been really busy ever since my plane touched down on the runway.


On that note, I know that a lot of people living in this building are in the hospital. I can't even count how many I've met If any of you need a ride there to see somebody, let me know and you can come with me the next time I have a shift.

Since I don't want to end my first post on a sad note, I'd like to say thank you to whoever left cookies in the lobby! They're delicious. I look forward to meeting all of you in the future!

Jul. 1st, 2010


public - 307

As much as I'm sure none of us really wants to relive what happened the other day, in the interest of figuring everything out as much as this building will make that possible, you're going to have to humor me. I'm sure it'll be of great interest to a lot of you, anyway, to know exactly what's happened, what you missed, and what your currently-hospitalized loved ones may have gone through.

What I know so far is that people have gone to Chicago, early 1929; Russia, 1917; and France, likely 1789. I know that people have gotten hurt, sometimes badly, because of this. If you could say where you went, what you saw, what you did because I've been doing some research and I'm seeing things that aren't right, so I'm curious as to what the hell you all did, and who you were with, and if they were hospitalized or not, I'll compile a list and send it out later if everyone's interested. If anybody has anything complied already, I'd like a look at it.

If you don't want other people to know, just send it to me privately and I'll be sure to credit you as 'anonymous'. I can keep secrets, unlike some people. And don't complain at me about probing too deep into anything and being a nosy bastard. It's pointless, this is helpful, and complaining isn't going to change anything.

If you have no idea what I'm talking about, disregard this. If you have no idea what I'm talking about and you're new to this building, nice to meet you. I suggest you move out as soon as possible.

Jun. 30th, 2010


Public; A pressie left in the lobby for everyone!

[On a table in the lobby, right when you walk in, you can find three colorful tins with a label taped to each. 'Chocolate chip,' 'Sugar,' and 'Vegan gluten-free.']

Think what a better world it would be if we all, the whole world, had cookies and milk about three o'clock every afternoon and then lay down on our blankets for a nap. )