YES! Simply follow the steps below before beginning, and if possible do not use a pencil and paper.
Turn the graphite-coated pencil upside down and remove the cap.
Use a sharp (or very sharp) pencil to draw a circle and a line from the pencil cap to the graphite tip.
Carefully remove the cap and clean off the pencils.
The first round of graphite ink may be red, brown, yellow, orange, or green in color, depending on your chemistry.
Some graphite pencils are sold as a clear blue ink. Clear ink cannot be removed. Clear ink can be removed from some types of graphite pencils. For example the pencils sold as Black Pearl, White Pearl, etc. Clear ink can also be removed on graphite pencils that are coated with graphite. This is not easy. See this link for a link to an instructional page.
The rest of this step will show you how you can remove the “mark/tagger” from your graphite pencil.
A player may only use one copy of an item. An item may also be copied by a friend/acquaintance.
If an item is lost, its copy may be lost, as well.
“M’aiq the Spiritbinder of the Ebon Blade”.
In an article in today’s New Yorker, Nicholas Kristof explains why the media doesn’t understand the Occupy movement. “The Occupy movement has the power to shift the conversation away from the economy and back to something more meaningful. It would be easy enough to tell a story about the powerlessness of millions of Americans—and maybe, eventually, the wealth inequality that makes us all in this story—and not talk at all about the many stories that have been going on all along, the stories of ordinary people struggling while an elite plays by different rules. Or maybe we can just focus on the protests themselves. The fact that they’re not a story will change nothing about the conversation. Just as the movement itself is unlikely to be able to end the financial crisis by itself, the movement will have no power on its own to make change unless it is part of a broader cultural shift of a kind we haven’t seen in a long time.” Kristof fails to mention that the media have played a part in propagating these Occupy movements, or that the mainstream media’s coverage of the Occupy movement was largely ignored by
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