The upshot is that I lost a large chunk of both adventures I was writing for Gaelcon. Annoying but it never takes as long to write stuff up the second time around.
I was sitting there thinking "Right.. so is there anything on d: that I need?... well there are a few music videos, some mp3s and all my save games and some other crap, nothing I can't re-download or get from my magazine coverdisk collection.
Okay... *deep breath*
Warning: You are about to do something stupid, want to continue y/n?
It was a blessing in disguise I reckon because that SLA scenario had a really shitty middle part now that I go over my notes and also now that I think about it, the start of the D&D one could use work, it requires a bit too much GM pushing to get the characters on the right road.
Finally, I sent the boss an email cataloging the frenchman's transgressions for the last six months, making it clear that there was more, I just didn't have those diaries to hand, that I'm not paid enough for this crap and that I feel we would be well advised to fly him into the sun instead of chicago (not in so many words). I neither know nor care what'll be done with it (or even if anything CAN be done with it) but no one can ever say I didn't put it on record.