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Scarab Sages

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Ah well, best to be about my business.

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I forgot my lunch, however. This makes it more difficult to study in my office at lunch time.

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I'm in a ninja mood this morning. I may have to practice my stealth skills in the office today.

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G$+~~@n yokai! Stop stealing people's souls through their butts! IT'S UNSANITARY!!!

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Magician Neil Henry's alphabet trick turns into marriage proposal

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Man Kidnaps, Feeds Person He Thought Was Homeless: Cops

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I believe my poor baby girl has sniffles.

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I love a springs!

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I really should stop. This is supposed to be my wind-down time from studying. I really don't want to be thinking too much when I'm trying to sleep. That way lies madness(er).

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The best way I can think of is by correlation of falling damage.

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I really should start using my engineering knowledge to design some more realistic dungeon traps. There must be a way to directly express hit point loss as a measure of force.

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The other day, I was driving home and had to stop for a red light. My brain started automatically calculating the brake force. I cried just a bit.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
You'd love it Freedhold - I'm doing MATH!!!
don't you curse at me.

I'm going to start sending you PMs of random equations.

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Grog + Nard = (COG)^2

B@*~~ + Moan = (PYG)^3

Chocolate x Milk = Mmmmmm

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Although I'll be lucky if, by the end of all this, I'll be able to form a coherent sentence that isn't in the form of an equation.

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You'd love it Freedhold - I'm doing MATH!!!

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And let's not forget, from Season 1 of Walking Dead's visit to the CDC - They knew everyone was already infected. The question is, when did they know? Did the CDC/Feds figure it out rather quickly and try to keep a lid on it for some reason, or did the CDC suspect something, but only confirm after most of the country had gone to s&#% and communications collapsed?

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Ah shor does lahk uh good hootenanny.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I know you live in Texas(why, I don't know), but don't turn into hank hill.

I live in Texas because I like (a)an awesome state with an economy that's better than most others, (b)being in the south and away from the evil that is winter, and (c) being in the most awesome part of the country.

My kid is going to be Hank Hill. I'm going to be Hank's dad, the guy who let Hank grow up thinking he was a native born Texan, only to later unleash the horrifying truth that Hank was actually born in the northeast.

Freehold DM wrote:
The world does not exist to do what you tell it to/make sense to you.

This is probably one of the reasons sucktastic s*~@ happens.

Freehold DM wrote:
Stupid people and weird people exist.

You forgot whiny people, people who want to be offended, people who want to ruin everyone else's fun, people who want to tell everyone else what to do, people who love winter, people who think New York is a good place to live, people who think that anime is the GREATEST THING EVAR!!!, people who insist that Alton Brown is evil and must be destroyed, when he's really just a quirky little entertainer/food guy, people with an unreasoning hatred of Joss Whedon.....

I know you exist. I haven't been talking to myself this whole time have I?

Naah, you're thinking of the younger folk. I'm actually to decent and awesome to tell other people what to do. I may make suggestions (or complaints), but nobody has to follow them/give two s@#&s about them.

I will admit that I'm a cranky old grognard who likes to complain about the young whippersnappers and how big of idiots they can be. That's why I keep it here, where people can just shut me out when I get cranky. For me, however, it's cathartic.

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Incidentally, I did have a teacher at UNO (a Jazz class), whose beard looked like someone had glued stretched out balls of cotton to his chin. That dude was awesome!

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I know you live in Texas(why, I don't know), but don't turn into hank hill.

I live in Texas because I like (a)an awesome state with an economy that's better than most others, (b)being in the south and away from the evil that is winter, and (c) being in the most awesome part of the country.

My kid is going to be Hank Hill. I'm going to be Hank's dad, the guy who let Hank grow up thinking he was a native born Texan, only to later unleash the horrifying truth that Hank was actually born in the northeast.

Freehold DM wrote:
The world does not exist to do what you tell it to/make sense to you.

This is probably one of the reasons sucktastic s$%* happens.

Freehold DM wrote:
Stupid people and weird people exist.

You forgot whiny people, people who want to be offended, people who want to ruin everyone else's fun, people who want to tell everyone else what to do, people who love winter, people who think New York is a good place to live, people who think that anime is the GREATEST THING EVAR!!!, people who insist that Alton Brown is evil and must be destroyed, when he's really just a quirky little entertainer/food guy, people with an unreasoning hatred of Joss Whedon.....

believe it or not, Cotton Hill is one of my all time favorite characters.

I'm calling you cotton from now on.

Is that his name? I did not know. I was never a regular watcher of the show, but did see the "born in New York" episode. When we moved from Philly to Texas, I remembered it.

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Freehold DM wrote:
I know you live in Texas(why, I don't know), but don't turn into hank hill.

I live in Texas because I like (a)an awesome state with an economy that's better than most others, (b)being in the south and away from the evil that is winter, and (c) being in the most awesome part of the country.

My kid is going to be Hank Hill. I'm going to be Hank's dad, the guy who let Hank grow up thinking he was a native born Texan, only to later unleash the horrifying truth that Hank was actually born in the northeast.

Freehold DM wrote:
The world does not exist to do what you tell it to/make sense to you.

This is probably one of the reasons sucktastic s$++ happens.

Freehold DM wrote:
Stupid people and weird people exist.

You forgot whiny people, people who want to be offended, people who want to ruin everyone else's fun, people who want to tell everyone else what to do, people who love winter, people who think New York is a good place to live, people who think that anime is the GREATEST THING EVAR!!!, people who insist that Alton Brown is evil and must be destroyed, when he's really just a quirky little entertainer/food guy, people with an unreasoning hatred of Joss Whedon.....

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Sad to see whiny "I'm offended" asshatery infect the once mighty FAWTLY thread, but...there you go. Was a time, f%$* heads like that had the common decency to take it elsewhere, after a bit of chastising.

I used to be sad about leaving. Not anymore.

you sound offended.

Nah, just sad. Maybe a little annoyed, as well.

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One other thing I've been ruminating over....

I have yet to hear anyone on the new show provide a name to the undead. I doubt they'll use Walkers, although you never know. Another name used in the parent show was 'biters'.

Who knows? Maybe they'll go ahead and just use 'zombie'.

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Otherwise, it's Monday.

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Mourning the death of Wes Craven. He was a brilliant and creative writer/director.

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"The" Elm Street is located in Potsdam, NY (a small town just south of the Canadian border). Wes Craven was a Humanities Professor at Clarkson College, also in Potsdam.

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Los Angeles man chronicles removal of 50,000 bees

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‘Dancing Doctor’ in Boston Busks a Move to Raise Tips for Charity

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I believe I was more impressed with the second episode of Fear the Walking Dead.

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Ah shor does uhpreeshate yer compluhmint, Mammy!

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I love the start of a fresh, new week, and all the potential it brings. Whether that potential be for good, or for doom, I leave up to the individual.

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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
I love 10 years on these once great messageboards!
I've only been here for about 5 years and still think they're pretty good. I mean, nothing's perfect, but they're still better than most other gaming boards I've visited.

Yeah, they're still pretty awesome. But a lot of cool folks have been driven away by grar and general b**%~-y-ness. That makes sad zombie sad.

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Well, I think that was an improvement....

Spoiler:
Travis is quickly growing on me. He's smart, and had the right idea off the bat - get the f+&! out of the city. Not to mention, he's one of the few actors I actually recognize.

Junkie has also grown on me - the dude seems to realize the serious s&+% coming down better than most. However, I think his addiction will end up either getting him killed, or getting someone he cares for killed and then he turns over a new leaf and becomes a badass.

Mom was acting like an idiot, but seeing her take down principle walker gives me some hope that she could become a Carol type survivor.

Daughter - f~&@, would someone just eat her already. Same with that little "I know what's coming because I'm a geek" geek from the highschool. Ye gods, I just want that little turd to die.

Barber shop dude is Reuben Blades! Woot! Let's hope he fares better than he did in Predator 2. His wife is pretty f!&~ed, though. Same as Travis' Ex. She's Horde Food. The son may have a chance, but I'm hoping he buys it, mostly because he came across as a little punk to me.

You can see the acceleration beginning. The power flickering. More walkers appearing. People getting attacked. Riots. Fires. And it only looks to get worse, really fast.

Some nice touches: Mom hearing the metal detector go off as she and pizza face were trying to get out with the food. Neighbor getting chowed down on near the end. The luggage and open door at the Boyfriend’s house. Poor mom and dad are probably being chewed on by sonny-boy.

Either way, I’ll definitely watch at least one more episode.

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aeglos wrote:


aha, so you are still lurking in FaWtL :-)

I do peek in on occasion.

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Methinks I shall take the opportunity of baby girl napping and the boy...doing anything (safe & non-destructive) without bothering me...and maybe get a little study time in.

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NobodysHome wrote:

My kids take laziness to a whole new level.

We had this conversation while Impus Minor was on Skype with Girl Next Door, so she could hear everything we said.

Impus Minor: Hey, Dad! Can Girl Next Door(TM) come over?
NobodysHome: Not until you're dressed.
Impus Minor: WHAT?!?!?!?!
NobodysHome: You can't have company over until you're dressed. It's really pretty simple.
Impus Minor: OK, sorry, Girl Next Door! You can't come over!

-----
And now it's an hour later, they're still gaming together on Skype, and he's still not dressed.

*SIGH*

I applaud your son's rebellion against the norms of society!

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"Even a man who is pure at heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright." This quote has been listed in some sources as an authentic Gypsy or Eastern European folk saying. The Wolf Man writer Curt Siodmak admits that he simply made it up. Nonetheless, the rhyme would be recited in every future Universal film appearance of the Wolf Man, and would also be quoted in Van Helsing (2004). (Albeit, slightly modified, "The moon is shining bright." rather than "The autumn moon is bright.")

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I love 10 years on these once great messageboards!

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Hard to believe that some of my other threads have been going for 3 and 4 years. Hell, even this one is over a year old. Wild.

Hard to believe this year was your decade anniversary on the site!

Dungeon, Dragon, Savage Tide, and shutting Wesley up....

GACK! We is getting old!

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Is it sad that such a purchase makes me excited?

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In other news, I bought a new ruler today. It's clear, plastic, and square. Perfect for bopping unruly people on the head with.

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The apology was even worse. F!~~ing wuss.

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Sad to see whiny "I'm offended" asshatery infect the once mighty FAWTLY thread, but...there you go. Was a time, f*!& heads like that had the common decency to take it elsewhere, after a bit of chastising.

I used to be sad about leaving. Not anymore.

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aeglos wrote:
preparations for my 40th Birthday party are starting slowly

Huzzah! So you will be one of us!

One of us!
One of us!
One of us!

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aeglos wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Also, F%$$ YOU Academy Sports. I'll do my best to never set foot in one of your stores again.
what did they do ?

The f+@@ers didn't have any slippers out on display in the footwear section! BASTARDS!!!!

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Also, F~$! YOU Academy Sports. I'll do my best to never set foot in one of your stores again.

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So much for peace and quiet.

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Jason S wrote:
Can't stand Rowena and now we're guaranteed to see more of her. Sigh.

Thanks for the warning. I had momentarily considered returning to the show for the beginning of the season, but knowing that s%+& character will probably be around, I can spend that hour in better ways.

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Damn, though! There were plenty of idiots at the airport. Apparently, none of them realized you could circle around.

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