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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 39,537 posts (49,187 including aliases). 10 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 69 aliases.


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This was a really good episode tonight. I can see a turning point, a new dynamic that'll make things really interesting. As long as they don't make Daryl a bad guy. He's one of my favorites.

Spoiler:
A few thoughts:

I wonder if Congresswoman saw through Carol's b$$%@~*%. That was some funny s&%#.
Congresswoman's son - dead man. Glen's going to f&%! his world up.
His gate guard buddy - dead man. Daryl will end him.
Smoking "My wife cut your hair" dude - dead man. This poor bastard just does not know who he's f!~+ing with. Rick will gut him and wear his entrails as a scarf.

I look forward to the new Ricktatorship.

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Upon seeing his new Batman washcloth, the boy informed me that he would be dreaming about Batman.....and some lemonade.

Earlier, whilst he was playing at being Captain America, he kept referring to his baby sister as "little old lady". I asked him "What do we do with little old ladies?" His response: "we beat them up."

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I love baby girl cuddles!

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Mmmm.....Eva Green. One of the main reasons I watch Penny Dreadful.

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Tim Daly is perhaps best-known for his role of "Joe Hackett" on the TV series, Wings (1990). He beat out Kevin Conroy for the part. He later worked with Conroy on the animated Superman (1996) series.

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Despite the wounds Charles Durning received in WWII (he was shot in the legs and hip by machine-gun fire), he went on to become a professional dancer and dance teacher. He taught at the Fred Astaire studios and relied upon it when he couldn't find acting work.

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Robert Ridgely, who played the hangman in Blazing Saddles and Robin Hood: Men in Tights (both directed by Mel Brooks), was also the voice of Thundarr the Barbarian.

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Adam Baldwin (thankfully) has no relation to the Baldwin brothers Alec Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin, William Baldwin and Stephen Baldwin, who are from Long Island, New York (Adam is from the Chicago area).

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Adam Baldwin is the only actor to work with both Joss Whedon and Stanley Kubrick.

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I will say, however, there are occasions when I regret my departure from Philadelphia. Not about the weather - that sucked ass. And not about the city itself - that place was a crowded cesspool who's only saving grace was it's location between equally crowded, but far more successful, cesspools. Not even my job - while I loved working for the Navy, and helping out the men and women who serve, it was turning into a going nowhere type of government bureaucracy job that I despise.

What I miss most are my friends. These were the guys I gamed with. The guys I'd occasionally just hang out with. The guys I brewed and shared a love of beer with. Sadly, I don't have that down here.

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I was doing a bit of channel surfing last night, and caught on the Stallone Judge Dredd movie. So I fired up the bluray player and popped in the far superior Karl Urban Dredd.

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The five largest kosher certification agencies in the United States certify 80 percent of the kosher food sold in that country.

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I do, however, see another Tim Pratt novel being advertised. That fills me with some hope.

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Alexis Denisof was considered for the role of James Bond in Casino Royale.

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Not long after Alan Rickman started to play Severus Snape in the first Harry Potter movie (released in 2001), J.K. Rowling told Rickman some character secrets about Snape that would not be otherwise revealed until the last book. Most significantly, for over seven years, Rickman was one of the very few people other than Rowling to know that Snape had been in love with Lily Evans (later Potter) when they were students at Hogwarts, and both Snape's protection of and antagonism toward Harry came from that. Rowling said that she shared this information with Rickman because "he needed to understand, I think, and does completely understand and did completely understand where this bitterness towards this boy, who's living proof of [Lily's] preference for another man, came from." When the directors of the films would ask him why he was playing a scene a certain way, or delivering a line in a particular manner, Rickman would simply reply that he knew something they didn't.
This is super-awesome, and I'm willing to accept it at face value, but do you have any sort of link or source that I could also share with some of my non-Paizonian buddies?
Its from the trivia about Alan Rickman on IMDB.com. Supposedly, they don't let things like that get posted until after they're verified.

Indeed! If we can't trust IMDB, then we might as well stick a fork in Western Civilization!

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Something funny, but which also falls under the heading of "phrases parents should dread hearing...."

The Boy (from downstairs): "We have a situation."

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Kyle Maclachlan turned down the Charlie Sheen role in Platoon (1986).

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Happy Birthday to my little buddy, The Boy! I can't believe it's been four years since I first held you on that snowy night in Philadelphia.

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Not long after Alan Rickman started to play Severus Snape in the first Harry Potter movie (released in 2001), J.K. Rowling told Rickman some character secrets about Snape that would not be otherwise revealed until the last book. Most significantly, for over seven years, Rickman was one of the very few people other than Rowling to know that Snape had been in love with Lily Evans (later Potter) when they were students at Hogwarts, and both Snape's protection of and antagonism toward Harry came from that. Rowling said that she shared this information with Rickman because "he needed to understand, I think, and does completely understand and did completely understand where this bitterness towards this boy, who's living proof of [Lily's] preference for another man, came from." When the directors of the films would ask him why he was playing a scene a certain way, or delivering a line in a particular manner, Rickman would simply reply that he knew something they didn't.

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In 1963 Sidney Poitier became the first black man to win an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Lead Role for his role as Homer Smith in Lilies of the Field (1963). The first black man to win an Academy Award was James Baskett (although an Honorary Award) for his role in Song of the South (1946).

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GRODD!!!

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Lee Marvin served as a marine in the Pacific theater during WW2. In total, he took part in the invasions of 21 islands, and was wounded and nearly died as a result during the Battle of Saipan. He was a sniper, and would be sent in during the night in a small rubber boat, prior to the rest of his platoon. His wartime experiences deeply affected him for the remainder of his life.

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"You can only get so many ants on a candy bar."

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That's weird. I could have sworn this was a thread about the Flash TV series.

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Jack Palance was an avid painter and poet.

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Firestorm was awesome!

However.......

Spoiler:
GRODD!!!!!

Also, I think the reason they didn't blow up the second time probably has something to do with the quantum splicer and their willingness to merge/un-merge.

And it seems to me they're laying the groundwork for a Flashpoint storyline. It'll be tricky, since they only have a Green "I'm not really Batman, but they want people to think I'm as cool" Arrow. I wonder who would replace him in the alternate reality.

And I'm actually starting to dislike Iris. First she tries to sabotage his budding relationship with Linda Park, now she's going to help some sleazeball reporter investigate them?

But seriously.....

Spoiler:
GRODD!!!!!

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Same with Green Lantern, sadly. Ever since they started that whole "there's only so much emotional spectrum energy in the whole universe and the Green Lanterns now have to be d!#*&eads and police everyone else who tries to use it", I dropped that s%$~ like a hot potato.

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I love planning things for the boy's birthday.

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Tracy Marrow (aka Ice-T) served in the U.S. Army Rangers (1979-1981).

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I love that my boy thoroughly enjoyed Marvel Universe Live!

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At 6' 3" Cesar Romero was the tallest actor to have played the Joker in a (non-fan-made) live-action Batman production. Heath Ledger was six-foot-one and Jack Nicholson was about 5' 9".

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I think I shall begin training my son in the fine art of "Girls have cooties".
Out of curiosity, why?
The correct question is "why not?".
Driving unnecessary wedges between the kid and his peers?

Totally necessary! It's part of the natural order. Boys always end up thinking girls are icky, until they hit puberty and end up doing stupid s@*+ to gain their attention.

Besides, my son has no peers - only future minions and/or defeated enemies.

Ahhh this is where the behaviors I have to keep writing referrals over and calling parents about come from. Thanks, bro!
You're very welcome! While I'm at it, I'll also teach him to mock any boy who likes My Little Pony, or other girl shows!
He will make an excellent brony. We will welcome him with pride.

You're too late, actually. Whenever he sees a commercial for it, he comments on how he doesn't like girl shows.

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Gregory Hines made his feature film debut in Mel Brooks' History of the World: Part I (1981). He was a last minute replacement for Richard Pryor, who had to cancel his appearance in the movie due to his freebasing accident.

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According to Nathan Fillion in his appearance on the Nerdist podcast, Neal McDonough was also under consideration for the part of Captain Malcolm Reynolds on Firefly (2002).

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God, I love robots.

I took a robotics course, once. We even got to program a robotic arm.

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Contrary to popular belief, I have nothing against bright and sunny days. I love autumn. I truly love winter. But what I love the most are four seasons, each in their time.

Bah! Four seasons are overrated. Give me two and I'm content. Hot and not so hot.

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The fish hate....it warms my withered heart.

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I love that my boy loves my music.

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Why, yes. Step right through this door for your prize. Ignore the shuffling and moaning on the other side of the door. That's just some...friends of mine. They're dying to meet you.

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I love baby girl taking her first steps, then walking across the room!

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Woot! Baby girl is officially walking unaided!

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Shadowborn wrote:
And I believe in the episode with the flashback about Wells working with the military, there was something about the research being about unlocking psychic potential, so telepathy and mind control could still be part of Grodd's repertoire, once he's finished developing. Looks like his powers are taking more time to mature than the humans affected by the blast.

Indeed. And that could also be how they work Grodd being a scientific genius. When you can read the minds of the smartest guys in the room.....

Which could pose an interesting plot point when he reads Wells mind. We already know Wells has access to future tech. Grodd can get access to that AND learn Wells secret...

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I never really considered myself clueless when it came to chicks. More willfully ignorant. If they didn't have the common courtesy to spell it out plain as day, why should I bother trying to perform the impossible of figuring it out.

And it worked.

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Baby girl is giving kisses and cuddles with regularity!

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I find myself with a distinct lack of desire to be at work today.

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I love an easy morning. Even if it's not like Sunday.

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Misty morning, clouds in the sky
Without warning, the wizard walks by
Casting his shadow, weaving his spell
Funny clothes, tinkling bell

Never talking
Just keeps walking
spreading his magic

Evil power disappears
Demons worry when the wizard is near
He turns tears into joy
Everyone's happy when the wizard walks by

Never talking
Just keeps walking
spreading his magic

Sun is shining, clouds have gone by
All the people give a happy sigh
He has passed by, giving his sign
Left all the people feeling so fine

Never talking
Just keeps walking
spreading his magic

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I love starting the work day off by making people laugh.

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Joey Bishop guest-hosted The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) more than anyone else, doing so 177 times.

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I believe no matter who won the game last night, I was going to have a good memory. In this case, it was the look on Pete Carroll's face after that interception.

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