Virginia, meanwhile, was mumbling to herself, reviewing English verb conjugations. She totally ignores the conversation about Casting for a moment. Why did they have to tack extra verbs onto everything? Too much to freaking remember.
"What?" She asked Edward. "Yeah, you go ahead. Need any help, just give me a heads-up."
With that, she went back to mumbling to herself, occasionally checking her notebook as a reference. I can't remember this one...
"Why couldn't they have just conjugated this one like the French did? That's so much easier to remember." She found the page she was looking for. "Oh. Right. There it is." She grinned, her teeth flashing white in her dirty face.
"Also, Edward. Sorry I snapped at you before about digging stuff up. I just worry that if people always go digging up everything they find, we'll lose the context of the item. I mean, you know. How deep it is, what the soil around looked like, all that shit." She squinted hard, ducking her head a little. She had something in her eye, but her hands were dirty and no part of her was clean enough to wipe them on.
"I knew one guy who found a couple of old computer discs and didn't write down where exactly they were. He just kind of remembered the general area. After he died I went over there to check it out, and it turns out there was a buried library about half a mile from where he thought
he found the goddamned things. There's no telling what else we could have found if the bastard had just kept track of what the hell he was doing."
Edited by: [url=http://p068.ezboard.com/brpgww60462.showUserPublicProfile?gid=kai@rpgww60462>Kai</A] at: 7/24/05 13:25