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TSR reunion at the Paizo booth

Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 08:25 AM Pacific

Anne Brown, Colin McComb, SKR, Ray Vallese

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Silver Crusade

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I'm curious what work hazard led to majority of male TSR employees losing their hair at such alarming rate. :)

Andoran

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Gorbacz wrote:
I'm curious what work hazard led to majority of male TSR employees losing their hair at such alarming rate. :)

Ripping your hair out reading the messageboards :)

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ciretose wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
I'm curious what work hazard led to majority of male TSR employees losing their hair at such alarming rate. :)
Ripping your hair out reading the messageboards :)

Dude, that was mid-90's. Oh wait, USENET.


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Mr Vallese sure looks tall.


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lolz, Colin, SKR and Ray look like a creature advancement table. XD


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USENET. The land the time forgot.

Though, IIRC, in TSR case there were listservs.

Regards,
Ruemere


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Gorbacz wrote:
I'm curious what work hazard led to majority of male TSR employees losing their hair at such alarming rate. :)

Everyone knows the testosterone levels at TSR went through the roof. Fact of life if part of your job is doing a Larry Elmore art order.

Grand Lodge

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Gorbacz wrote:
Dude, that was mid-90's. Oh wait, USENET.

The 90's had TSR Online, available only through AOL (and THAT was their "web page")... :-)


cannon fodder wrote:
lolz, Colin, SKR and Ray look like a creature advancement table. XD

Is it weird to laugh at a joke five months late? If not, then: ha! (Hey, I only just saw it. And yes, it's true. I have a lot more HD than Colin does, but he can probably run faster than me.)

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Digitalelf wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Dude, that was mid-90's. Oh wait, USENET.
The 90's had TSR Online, available only through AOL (and THAT was their "web page")... :-)

Yea back then I worked as a Chat Room host for TSR and SKR was my boss hehe. He is a nice guy :)

I was known as TSRO_Kip then :)

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