palooka, sir, sionnach is not a marsupial. I do not do recon on umbillically-fixated, coop-crawling, toilet-brush-tailed canid miscreants. That would be beyond me. Marsupial Recon is not a Haz-Mat equipped unit, sir.
Hmmm. That umbilical envy must be really gnawing, to make someone go to the lengths of creating a fake faux-wordie identity, just for the purpose of "exposing" it. Why not just call him Ern Malley and have him submit "faux-poetry"? It would be the continuation of a glorious tradition.
deSelby ID, but decides against it, because I have a navel and a life'>Ponders setting up a fake deSelby ID, but decides against it, because I have a navel and a life
bilby of Marsupial Recon reporting, sir. I have detected an attempt to infiltrate the ranks with a trojan bilby! An obvious impostor! clam , of all things to say in your only comment on Wordie. A real bilby would never say clam ... life in the desert is eternally clamless, sir. The marsupial mountebank! I therefore deduce he is carrying WMD, an operative of Al-Flickr and a threat to the stability and good order of the Wordieverse as we know it.
Chained_Bear's right about the over-running of Alincarman. I wasn't issuing commands or directing the tactical operations, so it was more of a unplanned guerilla operation than an organized military seige.
In fact I received no commendations or ribbons for Alincarman.
But contrary to sionnach's assertions, it was a fine show of Wordie firepower.
Despite the popular nomenclature, there is a set of classifications for armed word wars. While the action at Alincarman was not a pitched battle with clearly defined military forces in opposition, it was definitely a riot.
You can hardly consider the Alincar Initiative your finest hour, folks. I just took a look over there, and it reminds me of nothing so much as the aftermath of the lexical equivalent of a poorly supervised LSD ingestion experiment.
The Battle of Alincarman was fought at Any words List Its open!! by a platoon of 10 Wordies. I'm not sure what ordinal number this Word War this was; Word War historians will be debating this for years.