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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 40,700 posts (50,444 including aliases). 10 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 71 aliases.


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Who cares. It'll still more than likely be awesome and entertaining.

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Smuggler Hides Cigarettes In Buddha Statues

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Spiral_Ninja wrote:

I still wanted to see the mosasaurus eat that 'trainer' on the platform sticking out over it's pool - where it had been SHOWN to be able to jump that high!

I was kind of hoping for this myself.

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I'm indifferent to both the actor and the director they named. Marvel had a hand in the choice, and they've done some pretty decent moves to date. So I have faith they won't screw this up too bad.

I did see an article that stated he had really good readings with Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans. So I think that's a good sign.

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Primal Instincts: Hunky Ape Has Japan Swooning

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Hama wrote:
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Was I the only one who thought the dino fight at the end was lame and ridiculous with how over the top it was?
It was meant for kids.

And for people who are capable of enjoying a cool fight scene.

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I will admit, I expect nothing to come of this. It was simply a cathartic move on my part.

I primarily post in the Off-topic section, and dislike seeing it poisoned by what I see as the argumentative opinions of self-righteous jackasses. And I also fall into the camp of "this should be a place of fun, not a place where the aforementioned self-righteous jackasses come to vent their spleens and role play solving the world's problems".

And, yes, Brainiac, I know about the Hide function. Sadly, however, I have found that threads do sometimes become unhidden. Not to mention that these arguments tend to generate bad blood that will leak into other areas.

In the end, I would prefer this to be a happy place. Sadly, some people don't seem to be happy, and so don't want that for others.

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
You're quashing a lot of important discussions there.

Again, letters making words, but the words make no sense.

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I'm.....just going to go ahead and resurrect this.

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I love shiny new minis!

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Forgot to mention, the wife and I saw it this past Friday evening (thank you, Parent's Night Out). We both enjoyed it. Lots of action. decent special effects.

I was fond of the little nods here and there to the original, and liked how it was more of a direct sequel to that movie. The final dino battle was, in my never at all humble opinion, epic.

The only things I found disappointing were the whole "evil corporation plan to sell velociraptors to the military as weapons", and the romance subplot between Pratt and Howard's characters. The former, I thought was just too cliché and like beating a dead horse. The romance I considered a bit WTF because I didn't really see much chemistry between the actors or their characters.


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Mmmmm....population growth.

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"Daddy, I farted in the tub, and it was spooky."


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Horological chance of episodes accuracy runs fodder.

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The British in India will be slaughtered. Then we will overrun the Moslems and force their "Allah" to bow to Kali. And then the Hebrew God will fall and finally the Christian God will be cast down and forgotten.

Bali Mangthi Kali Ma.


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I've got some ideas about this overpopulation thing. It's all about the people!

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Yetis, man! F++#ing yetis!

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I love being a father!

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Chris Pratt and his wife, Anna Faris, each had a dead bug collection before they met and they have since combined their collections.

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I love the anticipation of date night with wife!

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Keye Luke was an accomplished artist who specialized in murals. Examples of his work appear in the films The Shanghai Gesture (1941) and Macao (1952). He also painted the garden fairytale setting murals on the interior of Grauman's Chinese Theater and the Chinese Theater massive auditorium ceiling.

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I love the way my baby girl "catches" kisses you blow at her.

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"Mommy, you sit here and fire the butt canons."

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I love getting through the day without an overwhelming desire to strangle the client.

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The boy referred to Batman, Superman, Flash and Green Lantern as the Justice Sleeves.

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I've slowly come to realize, although I love many beers, my favorite ones are black as sin. Nothing beats a good stout.

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I love cooperative weather, grilled food, and family fun at the splash pad.

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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
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If you vote for Cthulhu, he'll eat you last.
Wha? But I voted for Aberzombie, because he said he'd eat me last!

Yeah, but I promise everyone that. I blame spending too much time up in the northeast US.

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I love grilling dinner.

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Pfffttt.....

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And the boy woke up with dry underwear and PJs. Huzzah!!!

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Following the film Platoon (1986), Charlie Sheen - who starred in the film - did a TV interview and credits Keith David with saving his life. While shooting in an open-doored Huey gunship, the helicopter banked too hard, and Sheen was thrown towards - and would have gone through - the open door. David grabbed Sheen by the back and pulled him back in.

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Gesundheit.

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I guess there are other people using this avatar, but they can all kiss my lily white ass - I was first. They can just suck it.

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Adiabatic expansion is the expansion of a gas, vapor, or liquid stream from a higher pressure to a lower pressure in which there is no heat transfer between the gas, vapor, or liquid and the surroundings.

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Morena Baccarin's first name - Morena - means "brunette" in her native Portuguese.

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Cleavon Little won the lead role of Sheriff Bart in Blazing Saddles (1974) over Richard Pryor, who co-wrote the script intending to play the role himself. Studio execs were apparently nervous over Pryor's reputation as a racy comedian and thought Cleavon would be a safer choice.

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An accomplished jazz pianist, Clint Eastwood performs much of the music for his movies, including the scene in the bar in In the Line of Fire (1993).

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If silly threads were against the rules, I'd have almost nowhere to post.

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I love baby girl hugs.

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Colm Meaney is the only actor to appear in 14 different seasons of "Star Trek," more than any other actor (Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), seasons 1 through 7, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), seasons 1 through 7).

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At the The 63rd Annual Academy Awards (1991), host Billy Crystal introduced Annette Bening by saying, "She'll soon be appearing as none other than Catwoman in Batman Returns (1992)", a part that the studio gave to Michelle Pfeiffer when Bening became pregnant.

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Patricia Quinn was a Playboy bunny - one of the first of the London Playboy Club for 3 months before going to the Drama Centre in London 1963.

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Joseph Fiennes is the fraternal twin of Jacob Mark Fiennes (a gamekeeper).

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In his later years, Peter Cushing and Joyce DeWitt of Three's Company (1977) fame became transatlantic pen pals, when the two became part of the voice-over ensemble for the animated film Walpurgis Night. Peter recorded his role in England, while Joyce later commenced recording in California, alongside his old friend Ferdy Mayne. It was during this time that Joyce, being a fan of both classic films and Shakespeare's works, and Peter, an admirer of the American West, enjoyed their friendship by post.

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LazarX wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Drew Carey is a member of Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity.
So he's a frat boy, what's so special about this fraternity?

It's made of awesomeness. It's also one of the older ones, pre-dating the Civil War. And it was one of the first to go international. Plus, it's got me, but that sort of goes without saying, since I mentioned the awesomeness.

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One of Frank Oz's first performing duties for The Muppet Show (1976) was performing Rowlf's right hand on The Jimmy Dean Show (1963).

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I love waking up to smiling baby girl face and realizing everyone slept late today!!!!

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I love when everyone else sees just how cute my baby girl is!

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