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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 39,129 posts (48,764 including aliases). 10 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 69 aliases.


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Scarab Sages

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James,

Not sure if you're a big comic book fan or not, but do hints of Cthulhu Mythos in the Dr. Strange movie interest you?

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Also:

Upcoming Trickster pics

To bad they aren't showing Mark Hamill yet.

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I enjoyed those hints as well. They provide an extra layer of interesting storyline and motivation to several characters.

Overall, I liked the way they portrayed Pied Piper. Except for the arrogant egg-head bit (which fit really well), he had a lot in common with the version I grew up reading (in the Wally West comics). It'll be interesting to see if they make him go the way of reformed ally to the Flash.

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Lord Snow wrote:

So, Dottie is a trained assassin, ha?

The Black Widow connection

Personally, I like the idea. It makes sense, provides a good sense of continuity, and opens up some potential future plotlines.

Scarab Sages

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This is from a bit back, but I was going through some old saved links and found it...

Marvel’s Doctor Strange screenwriter drops a Cthulhu-based hint!

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One week from tomorrow.

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My boy's attempt to say New York city, came out suspiciously sounding like New Orc city. I suppose the gamer in me is rubbing off on him.

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I love potentially feeling better.

Scarab Sages

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Neighbors Buy New Truck for Elderly Lady Who Tends Community Gardens

Scarab Sages

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Portia de Rossi shares a birthday with her grandmother, who was born in 1907.

Scarab Sages

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And, yes! I still have more than James.

I shall perform The Dance of Joy!

Scarab Sages

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Indeed, Heathy is my mentor. I aspire to be like him in all the ways women find sexy and men find deplorable. I've only got about 30K or so to go before I catch him.

Maybe I should look into this PBP stuff.

Scarab Sages

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havoc xiii wrote:
Joker immortal....umm no.

Exactly!! Glad to see yet another person who agrees!

I like the way you think. When the zombiepocalypse comes round, I promise we'll eat you second to last.

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Unless, of course, you're already one of the douchebags around here whom I already dislike. In that case, go ahead and reveal your piss poor taste in comic book writing.

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And if you like that kind of s~#~, please don't tell me. I'd rather not hate you.

Scarab Sages

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For his 75-year anniversary, Scott Snyder teases Joker's origins

My opinion matches one expressed in the comments:

Things like this is why I quit reading DC.

Trying to give the Joker a definitive origin just doesn't work. Even the great Alan Moore gave his origin story with an entire factory's worth of salt grains. Making the Joker some kind of immortal is the height of lame stupidity.

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The worst thing is the wasted time. There's so much I could have gotten done today.

Scarab Sages

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I'd rather have a damnable sinus infection.

Scarab Sages

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Aberzombie wrote:
.... or at least not yet fully recovered from illness...

Let's just say this bit of an earlier post was.....premature.

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Jason Nelson wrote:

It's all 'bout that action, boss.

Hope you can get some gaming action in.

What is this "gaming" of which you speak?

Scarab Sages

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And that is one of the most sad "positive sides" I've had in a good while.

Scarab Sages

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On the positive side, my fingernail is doing much better. Finally lost the last bits of the old nail.

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I love not having the flu, at least.

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'Tis Super Bowl weekend, and I am recovering from illness. This does not bode well for attendance at any game day gathering.

Scarab Sages

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Girl, 10, Honored for Using Sign Language to Help Deaf Crash Victim

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Gene Hackman was the first choice to play Mike Brady on The Brady Bunch (1969).

Scarab Sages

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Bums me out a bit, though. Being sick (or at least not yet fully recovered from illness) for Super Bowl weekend.

Scarab Sages

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It's only a four-hour day, though. So I figure I can get by, then go home and rest some more.

Scarab Sages

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Feeling somewhat better this morning. Nowhere near 100%, but well enough that I came in to the office. That might have been a mistake. My stomach is still very....disturbed.

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Freehold DM wrote:
If you loved winter with all your heart, you would feel better instantly.

Fie upon thee! Bane of all things warm and cuddly! I shall never be brought so low!!

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Hoo-f##@ing-rah.

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Ugh! Home sick today. Got tested for flu, which came back negative. So it seems I just feel like total and complete dog s#+! for no reason whatsoever.

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Am I being a tad sexist? Probably.

Too bad - this is Ghostbusters!

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On another note - whoever in Hollywood had the thought....

"Hey! Let's remake one of the highest grossing comedies of all time, one that had a legendary cast, but we'll do it with some women just to be nice and PC."

....should be shot out of a cosmic cannon, directly into the sun.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

I was thinking this morning....

Marvel has done really well for itself in the movie business, especially getting some talented directors to work for them. Joss Whedon was a coup because (a) he's a very creative filmmaker, and (b) he knows his comics.

Where's vomit guy when you need him?

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I was thinking DC could do much worse than trying to find someone like that to bring together some of their movies. Kevin Smith would be a good choice - also a very creative filmmaker and comics knowledge guru.
You know I haven't watched a single ep of comic book men, but I would be down for him at the helm of a movie.

Yes, I know - your hate for Whedon burns hotter than the hinges on the gates of Hell. I can only guess that, at some point in the past, he did an unthinking wrong to you, personally.

As for Kevin Smith - I've enjoyed several of his movies. And he wrote what I thought was one of the best stories in comics: the resurrection of Green Arrow story called Quiver. Not only did it feature two of my favorite DC characters (Batman and Etrigan), but made good use of Stanley and his Monster, something I had thought impossible.

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Here's a more feel good story....

Let the Games Begin: Hotel Fire Alarm Wakes Patriots

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havoc xiii wrote:
....and living in California :)

I'm sorry. I had no idea you had such a crappy childhood.

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I was thinking this morning....

Marvel has done really well for itself in the movie business, especially getting some talented directors to work for them. Joss Whedon was a coup because (a) he's a very creative filmmaker, and (b) he knows his comics.

I was thinking DC could do much worse than trying to find someone like that to bring together some of their movies. Kevin Smith would be a good choice - also a very creative filmmaker and comics knowledge guru.

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I now a lot of people were excited by the whole Numeria/robots thing, but I wasn't one of them.

Sucks for them, that they were all wrong.

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I just received my hardcopy of the final issue of the Iron Gods AP in the mail yesterday. It made me realize that, so far, this is the only AP for which I have not read a single issue.

Scarab Sages

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If Greek mythology says it, it must be allegorical.

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Even the ancient Greek's knew this - hence, the myth of Persephone.

Scarab Sages

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Snow is the Devil's way of telling the world he hates us. Same with all of winter, really.

Scarab Sages

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I believe a trip to Walmart may be in order this evening.

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I love hot coffee and left over biscuit.

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Police Officers Buy Back An Elderly Couple's Wedding Ring That Was Pawned To Buy Groceries

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Alan Alda served in the U. S. Army, and he went AWOL every weekend because he was dating the woman that he ultimately married, Arlene Alda.

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No snow here in the awesometastic city of Houston. Just sayin.....

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GreyWolfLord wrote:
EDIT: That said, I am all for the volunteer military the US has, where one does NOT have to go to war or be involved with the vigors of conflict if one does not choose to be. Freedom of choice is a wonderful thing to have, and something that every American should be greatful to possess.

Indeed.

Scarab Sages

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thejeff wrote:
While it might be nice to think so and ranting about chickenhawks who never served is common, I'm not sure there really is any distinction between politicians who've served and those who haven't when it comes to starting wars....

Sad, but most likely true.

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