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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 39,823 posts (49,493 including aliases). 10 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 69 aliases.


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"great algae plumes of righteous outrage"

"raised unshirted hell"

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Unbeknown to many people, who consider Lon Chaney a "horror actor", he was an amazing dancer in his stage years. The only film that contains footage of him dancing is the incomplete The Fascination of the Fleur de Lis (1915). He was also known to be a hilarious comedian. In fact, one report of the day said, "As a comedian, he is irresistible". And according to Michael F. Blake (Chaney's biographer), Lon could even sing. Sadly, no audio recordings exist of Chaney singing, but people who knew him said that he had a rich baritone voice.

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F!&!ing stoopid week. You can go to hell, end of March.

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Yeah, I just picked up this show with this season. So far, I've been very happy with it. The mixture of fictional and historical characters has been really cool, and the interpretation of events leading up to Treasure Island has been very interesting.

And that season finale was brutally awesome.

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AAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

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Cafe Serves Up Second Chances to Homeless Youth in Denver

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Shirley Jones won the 1952 Miss Pittsburgh contest (the prize was $500 and a scholarship to drama school) and was first-runner-up in the Miss Pennsylvania pageant.

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"....wears his own ass like a hat."

And, just because I thought it was funny:

"a polar bear pooping a live hamster on a bus made of graham crackers."

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Tonight, I shall clean and sanitize some bottles, in preparation for bottling on Wednesday.

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Another busy day. At least it has been not unpleasant, so far.

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Eric Clapton is the only artist to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times: as a member of The Yardbirds (1992); as a member of Cream (1993); and as a solo performer (2000).

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WWII Vet Leaves $3.3 Million to Skid Row Charities

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At least those wolf dudes are throwing us a party. Good music.....

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So all that, and we only get some nameless douche on the road. And that horde member had his meal interrupted by that loser Gabriel.

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And now I've got a headache that won't go away.

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Long, busy day. Not all pleasant.

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Whoa! That was pretty f!~%ing cool!

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WOOT!!! MORGAN!!! And what a badass he's become!!

Loved the parts with the wolves. That's gonna get crazy.

Carol, showing she's ultra badass again in her confrontation with a*&!+!+ Pete.

That trap the wolves set was cool. I was worried for a second that Daryl or Aaron was well and truly f~#+ed. Daryl with the chain - how cool was that? Ninja Morgan to the rescue!!

Glen should have shot Nicholas in the knee and left him for the Walkers. That dude's a pissy little tool and he needs to die.

And that ending. Poor Reg. But at least Sasha took a step towards recovering (and maybe Gabriel?), and Deana showed a bit of a spine, telling Rick to go ahead and put a round in a!+~%&@ Pete.

Lastly, WTF?!? Dude who plays Morgan is a Brit?!? Holy S+!%BALLS!

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Brendan Gleeson taught Maths at St. Joseph's Secondary school in Fairview, Dublin.

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Damn! Too much to do today, and not enough hours in the day.

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Brett Ratner once vowed he would not direct movies until he had directed at least 100 music videos.

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And it's looking to be a beautiful day here in Texas. The sun is shining. The birds are singing. I'm almost done with my second cup of coffee.

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Just a bit ago, on Facebook, an old friend of mine and Fraternity Brother was tagged in a photo with another Fraternity Brother. They were attending their 25th highschool reunion. Hadn't seen either of them in forever. In fact, last time I spoke to my good friend was shortly after my boy was born.

Sad. I miss my friend. Here's hoping this leads to getting back in touch with him.

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Had a nice dinner date with the wife last night. Love when daycare has Parent's Night Out.

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Sometimes it creeps me out when I realize I'm old enough to be the father of some posters.

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Greylurker wrote:

Booster is a lot more complex than some people give him credit for.

Sure he is trying to become famous by exploiting his knowledge from the future, but he also doesn't shy away from things.

Think back at the Death of Superman story. Booster would have known right from the start what Doomsday was and what was going to happen and he still went head first into it.

I think that says a lot about him

Yeah, Booster always seemed to be one of those guys whose character and heroism (or lack thereof) varied greatly depending on who was writing him. Sometimes he was clever and heroic. Sometimes he was stupid and greedy. Sometimes he was just plain idiotic.

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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
Zola lives!

This I would love to see. His little face popping up again on computer screens all over! That would be epic.

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Enevhar Aldarion wrote:
I don't get what is going on with Morgan. All the reports about the actor said he was under contract for two episodes this season. If all that meant was his two brief appearances at the end of two episodes, I will be very disappointed. He better show up in the finale and either rescue people in the town or rescue Darryl and Aaron in the jam they are supposed to get into during the finale.

Yeah, I like Morgan. Who knows, maybe he'll ride in and save the day at the last minute.

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Ah'm sorreh, Mammy! Ah wuz over yonder, huntin down uh no good varmint.

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Gonna get the car worked on today, in preparation for an Easter road trip to New Orleans.

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Friday. Huzzah!

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At age three, Michael York broke his nose when he jumped off the roof of a coal house while trying to fly.

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Vet Who Lost Limbs in War Buys Celebrity Spa as a Retreat for Veterans

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Awwww....look! It's a special snowflake!

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Pexx wrote:
There’s too many threads! Condense them down and make sub threads. And when a topic gets closed move it to an archive of some kind so people don’t have to scroll for miles looking at dead closed threads. If they want to look at inactive stuff they can go to the archive folder or whatever storage house you want for it.

I remember the last time a special little snowflake made a recommendation like this. It spawned a thread that reached such a large number posts, it almost broke the site. So they shut that thread down and we started a sequel. Eventually, they had to shut that one down as well. Same with the third, fourth, fifth, and....crap, I can't remember which sequel number we're on now. But so far the latest is at over 100,000 posts.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Hmm. Sounds like a weird way to bully someone. Kid still needs to be straightened out, though. Maybe he's just a weird kid? Wrestling nut? I dunno. Let him feel wrath of mommy, at any rate.

It's starting to fit a pattern. My boy has, for some time now, been coming home saying he had a bad day, and more often than not saying to was because of this kid. I even specifically mentioned this kid in my teleconfernce with the teacher this morning.

Like I said, the wife and I will speak with his teacher again tomorrow. And I'll continue to show restraint....unless I witness it happening again. If that happens, someone is going to be punished.

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Then, I go to pick up the boy at daycare. It's parent/teacher conference day. I took care of mine earlier in the day, via phone. When I get to his class, the boy is outside with everyone else, but his teacher is conducting a conference with a mom, her two sons (one is in the boy's class, the other looked a year or so older) are running around the class and getting in my way. I get the boy from outside and bring him in, the boy in his class grabs him from behind and starts squeezing. And it wasn't a DAMNED hug.

So, remarkably I restrain my temper, separate the boys, and send move my boy off to one side. The kids older brother started doing the same damn thing to my boy. Again, however, I showed restraint, separated them, and stayed between my boy and them.

I didn't say anything to the teacher, because (a) the mother was right there, (b) I didn't want to start anything because I was pretty pissed and didn't want to end up saying something I'd regret.

Needless to say, however, when the wife and I go to pick up the kids tomorrow, something will be said. I am not going to let some little bastard bully my boy.

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Rough day at work, but I blame myself. I should keep a tighter reign in my people.

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And, wow! That last post sounds really perverted.

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All righty, now that I've done my duty to the community that was (sadly, and knowing the predilections of those in charge, most likely in vain), I shall move along and go do...stuff.

Maybe I'll get a second cup of coffee. Or, perhaps, some hot chocolate. I know it's warm outside, but the hot chocolate feels soothing to my vocal cords.

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I love when my baby girl waves bye-bye and blows kisses.

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I'm nice that way.

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It's also why I have a tendency to ramble on these boards. I want to share my life, so that everyone else is a bit happier.

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Or something along those lines...

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When people ask me why I talk so much, the response is typically "Because everything I say is so damned important."

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Especially for someone who is so eloquent and silver-tongued.

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My throat is raw from the sickness I've had these past few days. My voice is coming out very raspy. It sucks.

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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
And a big thank you to "the fox" for putting more political BS on a fantasy gaming site

I sense much sarcasm. This is good. Mayhaps if enough people thought that way, the boards would become a much nicer place.

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A founding member of the folk group The Tarriers, Alan Arkin co-wrote the song "The Banana Boat Song" (also known as "Day-o"), which later became a mega-hit for Harry Belafonte.

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Tiny Heroes Race to Save The World Before Snack Time

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Oy vey! What a craptastic episode. Seriously, this is getting painful to watch.

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Crowley's mom is plain annoying. And, sadly, it looks like they're about to serve her up as the big bad. Probably stretch her out into next season as well.

And, of course, now the Men of Letters are probably going to end up being a male version of the Witches Coven. With the revelation that there are more repositories of knowledge, I'm starting to guess that Season 12 will be global road trip time, with Sam and Dean trying to track down each repository, hoping to find a cure for the Mark of Cain in one of them. All the while, they'll be racing Crowley's mom and her minions to each site. They'll probably have to contend with other, more corrupt aspects of the Men of Letters as well.

Maybe they'll even throw in a ghost or 20. That seems to be the favorite monster now.

And the more Sam keeps whining about the Mark of Cain, the more I wish Demon Dean had gutted him at the beginning of the season, then jumped into a volcano.

So, in short, I'm almost done.

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