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RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 16,514 posts (24,464 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 55 aliases.


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David M Mallon wrote:
I need to get the f$$& out of Syracuse, at least for a little while. There are only so many walls you can stare at before you start going a little nuts.

Do it.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

It has easily been a decade since I last played a real melee type. I forgot how satisfying it can be to hack monsters apart with a greatsword.

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aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*Blink*

Over 30 hours without a post? Shame..,

*blink*

yes it is,

me, I don't post much atm, the boy takes much time (but there could not be a better way to spend that time.)

and Hi Patrick *waves in the general direction of Masse... Masa... Messech.. New England)

This from the country that uses the word Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

Sorry for the delays. Things are going well, but have just been crazy hectic.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

Sorry for the delays. Things are going well, but have just been crazy hectic.

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Limeylongears wrote:

I'm reclaiming it as a positive term! Or I might simply have a refreshing citrus flavour that delights and refreshes and not be even slightly English! (nb: I haven't, and I am)

Electric guitar - two guitars (the other's acoustic), bass, drums, vox is the lineup.

That's awesome! Although I agree that that is a strange set for a Christmas party.

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What is your role in the band, Limey? (I feel like when I refer to you by your board handle, I am also using a slur...)

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David M Mallon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
So...math books?
I read this at least a few times before realizing you didn't write "meth books."

That's how you know you've been living in Upstate New York for too long.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Freehold DM wrote:

I was wondering why CH didn't go to a store and buy a ceramic white elephant.

Is a white elephant something specific that I don't know about?

White elephant gift exchange. It's a party game.

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I need to get a White Elephant gift for an exchange on Thursday. $20 limit. Anybody got any ideas?

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The Christmas concert went very well!

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Forties.

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On a final note, I just put up the Christmas tree. It still needs to be decorated, but that can wait for tomorrow.

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Fortunately, I was clothed when I accepted the raffle prize.

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Also, when I was at the company Christmas party, after they had announced my award, I wound up winning a raffle, too. ($25 iTunes gift card.) I don't think I had ever won a raffle in my life. I hope I don't have a run of bad luck coming up to bring the universe back into balance...

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My domains will be Sass and Snark.

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Limeylongears wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Christmas concert tomorrow. Yay!

Your choir, I presume?

What's the programme?

The Bach Magnificat, plus some other stuff.

I will be singing this. Only I have better hair than that guy...

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Hey Hippeh. How bout Ah lick you?! Wit a chainsaw?!

Heh heh.

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Christmas concert tomorrow. Yay!

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Did you find Harry Potter in the cupboard under the stairs?

Not the book; the boy wizard.

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Thanks all!

To celebrate, I am working a 12 hour day today. Yay!

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Freehold DM wrote:

To celebrate CHs good news, I have provided snow flurries for his area.

YAY!

Just what I always wanted!

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Mmhmm. S'gud ta see ol Froggeh agin.

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Egg salad club at the ill-fated Cafe Edison.

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Who's the employee of the year? This guy.

It came with a nifty bonus too.

Did not see that coming.

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I can't wait to use your left foot to adorn my spiked chain.

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aeglos wrote:

new car, new car !!!!!!

today we get our family vehicle, a Skoda Octavia Station Wagon

we signed the contract early in august, delivery was scheduled for week 36! now we get it, only 14 weeks to late :-/ grrrrrr, but yeay new car (well, for Sabine, I will still drive my old Opel Astra)
the Skoda dealer pays 2 of the winter tires as compensation for the delay

I am fascinated by the cars in other countries. Opel I already knew was a subsidiary of General Motors, and it appears the Astra is sold in the US as a Chevrolet Cruze.

Skoda is a tougher one, so I had to look it up. As a property of Volkswagen, it shares a platform with the VW Golf and Audi A3, both of which can be found stateside.

I thought this would help the new world FAWTLs visualize your purchase :)

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It's cold!!

Curse you, Freehold!

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Oh, so I finished The Dark Defiles. The ending was... odd. I had to reread it a couple times. Plus there were lots of loose ends. Not how I would have ended that trilogy, but all in all I enjoyed all three books.

The I read The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss. I was glad it was short. There was definitely something intriguing about the way the whole thing was written, but I don't think Rothfuss is the kind of writer who could pull it off. He does better when he is writing at a fast pace. At times, the way he was writing about Auri seemed almost creepy, more like a voyeuristic fantasy than a real flesh-and-blood character. I imagine someone else could read the same novella and get a different impression, but there it is. I will still gladly read book 3 of his trilogy, since I expect it will play to his strengths better.

Now I am re-reading The Catcher in the Rye since I have not done so since high school.

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The feelacktree is suppose ta be somethin' significant to em. Mebbe its his bongos or his bong. Anyone got Detec Magik?

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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To be fair, our standards were always pretty low.

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Drejk wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Shaved my head for the first time in years a few weeks ago. My hair is starting to grow back in, and holy s$+& is there a lot of gray that wasn't there before. I know it runs in the family, but I'd have assumed I'd at least have hit 30 first...
Hair of one of my old players is almost total grey by now. he is some four or five years younger than me. He might hit thirty at the beginning of this year and surely went fully grey a few years ago.

My smattering if gray around my temples is the only thing that keeps me from looking like I'm 11.

Damn baby face...

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GreyWolfLord, you are correct that there are people who lie about it now. I actually saw a discussion thread on a gay men's interest page that was pretty evenly split on the subject of whether to be honest on the existing questionnaire. (Personally, I am of the mind that I am past lying about who I am to anybody for any reason with the possible exception of personal safety.)

The proposed change would indeed open up the donation process for bisexual men in an a relationship with a woman, or a man who has had the odd same sex encounter in the past. It would still effectively exclude most gay men, particularly those in relationships, and that is a shame.

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Werebat, I think Usual Suspect covered things pretty well. In your discussion with the player, assess whether a romantic connection is something he wants for the PC (assuming romance fits into your games at all). If you find yourself needing gay/bi male NPCs for love interests, I recommend avoiding stereotypes there as well.

It sounds like the player trusts you all, so I would take that as a good sign.

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David M Mallon wrote:
Achievement unlocked: dry-heaving in the parking lot at work due to stress.

You sound like a man who needs a break. Sorry to hear things are so stressful :(

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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It's okay, Freehold. You can always just stand in front of an open freezer door.

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Now if we cud onleh do somethin' about that thar hippeh lich...

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I made persimmon bread.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Ugh. Still moving. Plus it's cold. Plus I'm working a lot of hours at the moment.

I'm feeling very disconnected. I need my downtime

It has been proven that absinthe not just causes people to reconnect, it also brings about long periods of downtime!

In other words...

Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder?

Freehold! I need that drink! Lately, I just find myself wanting to choke people, and that's a sign that stress is getting to me.

Maybe not absinthe, though... Man that stuff knocks me on my ass :)

okay. Am out tonight for friend's bday party, will check finances and see how things go for potentially drinking this Friday?

There will be ass-knocking absinthe!

Man that's a great idea for a drink label. ..ass-knocker..hmm....

Friday should be good.

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Who would have thought that flumphs are self-basting?

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Ugh. Still moving. Plus it's cold. Plus I'm working a lot of hours at the moment.

I'm feeling very disconnected. I need my downtime

It has been proven that absinthe not just causes people to reconnect, it also brings about long periods of downtime!

In other words...

Absinthe makes the heart grow fonder?

Freehold! I need that drink! Lately, I just find myself wanting to choke people, and that's a sign that stress is getting to me.

Maybe not absinthe, though... Man that stuff knocks me on my ass :)

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Ah hope Ah put the stuffin' in the raht cavity.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10

That's funny, since the friends I was having Thanksgiving dinner with (in the USA) were watching the UEFA soccer matches from Europe.

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I have a pimple on the edge of my lip. It would probably be healed by now, but I picked at it, and now it looks even worse. I am convinced that everybody I speak to is staring at it and assuming it is a cold sore.

Life is hard.

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Limeylongears wrote:
Bill Lumberg wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
The great composer of the French Baroque, Jean-Baptiste Lully, died because of a tragic conducting accident.
Please elaborate.
IIRC, he was conducting an orchestra by thumping a staff on the ground, hit himself on the foot and the wound went gangrenous.

^ this.

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The great composer of the French Baroque, Jean-Baptiste Lully, died because of a tragic conducting accident.

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Kajehase wrote:
Tell Marlon "gytrhvji äkjbkokjå ü.

I bet that means something in Welsh.

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