It's the middle of the night. The only two names
present in the Other Users nodelet are those of two Saints.
One takes issue with the other's consideration, and sends him a snide /msg. Soon,
downvotes are flying; the reputations of the two
combatants' newest nodes drop like stones. All the while,
rancorous messages fly back and forth in the Chatterbox.
A rank Novice logs in for the first time. For a
minute, two minutes, five, he stares at the flames and
insults flying past, hitting "talk" as fast as his net
connection can load pages. Then, hesitantly, he makes
his presence known:
<newbie> Can... can I be next?
The hell with paco, vote for Erudil!
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