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2nd Oct '16 6:32:48 PM DoctorNemesis
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** This is Greendale. It's not exactly the most competently or efficiently run example of a higher education facility.
2nd Oct '16 1:43:44 AM GoblinCipher
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** A better question is why they would even consider having a paintball game on campus, roaming in and around the buildings, in the first place. There's no ''way'' that isn't going to wreck the place. I've participated in similar events at actual colleges, and they ''always'' use foam-dart guns and disc guns; yes, the students are going to be finding stray darts for years, but cleaning up a small amount of litter is rather cheaper than repainting walls, replacing carpets and broken windows, etc., not to mention that inexperienced players are far less likely to get badly hurt.
23rd Aug '16 11:05:54 AM case
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** Pelton has grown attached to them and wants to keep them there as long as possible. It's a pretty bad school.
23rd Aug '16 11:03:55 AM case
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** This is also spelled out rather clearly before the heist; an AC worker under Laybourne ([[spoiler:the one who kills him]]) tells Troy that he "doesn't have a horse in the race" and so has no reason to help the Seven, unless Troy were to join the Annex. When the heist starts going sideways, Troy nods to the camera to have a unit deactivated, essentially accepting the deal.
30th Jul '16 6:24:16 PM TimBuckII
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*** [[FanDumb A lot of people would]].
31st May '16 9:27:42 AM HighfalutinHive
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****This troper's local community college has dorms at a few campuses. In Colorado no less. And offers bachelor degrees, but only since 2011 or so, I believe.
11th Feb '16 12:48:45 AM LordInsane
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** Presumably he was very lucky and something made the first issue of Space Clone rise massively in estimated value ''after'' he bought or otherwise acquired it.
8th Feb '16 6:59:34 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Abed's the son of a falafel store owner who is not inclined to indulge his son's pop culture habits, goes to an inexpensive community college, lives in a cheap apartment that he shares the rent with two other people for, doesn't appear to have or be seeking much in the way of decent-paying work and (it's implied) doesn't have much money. How then, in "Geothermal Escapism", did he get a comic book worth $50,000 that he can use to stake the Floor is Lava game?

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* Abed's the son of a falafel store owner who is not inclined to indulge his son's pop culture habits, goes to an inexpensive a cheap and crummy community college, lives in a cheap shoebox apartment that he shares the rent with two other people for, people, doesn't appear to have or be seeking much in the way of decent-paying work and (it's implied) doesn't have much money. How then, in "Geothermal Escapism", did he get a comic book worth $50,000 that he can use to stake the Floor is Lava game?
8th Feb '16 6:58:37 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Abed's the son of a falafel store owner who is not inclined to indulge his son's pop culture habits, goes to an inexpensive community college, lives in a cheap apartment that he shares the rent with two other people for, doesn't appear to have or be seeking much in the way of decent-paying work and (it's implied) doesn't have much money. Where then, in "Geothermal Escapism", does he get a comic book worth $50,000 that he can use to stake the Floor is Lava game?

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* Abed's the son of a falafel store owner who is not inclined to indulge his son's pop culture habits, goes to an inexpensive community college, lives in a cheap apartment that he shares the rent with two other people for, doesn't appear to have or be seeking much in the way of decent-paying work and (it's implied) doesn't have much money. Where How then, in "Geothermal Escapism", does did he get a comic book worth $50,000 that he can use to stake the Floor is Lava game?
8th Feb '16 1:48:54 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Abed's the son of a falafel store owner who is not inclined to indulge his son's pop culture habits, goes to an inexpensive community college, lives in a cheap apartment that he shares the rent with two other people for, and (it's implied) doesn't have much money. Where, in "Geothermal Escapism", does he get a comic book worth $50,000 that he can use to stake the Floor is Lava game?

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* Abed's the son of a falafel store owner who is not inclined to indulge his son's pop culture habits, goes to an inexpensive community college, lives in a cheap apartment that he shares the rent with two other people for, doesn't appear to have or be seeking much in the way of decent-paying work and (it's implied) doesn't have much money. Where, Where then, in "Geothermal Escapism", does he get a comic book worth $50,000 that he can use to stake the Floor is Lava game?
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