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RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 16,741 posts (24,877 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 55 aliases.


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

Sweet!

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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I can use the Playstation controller again!

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David M Mallon wrote:
Skyrim bug that never gets old: any damage dealt to an opponent that exceeds that opponent's total hit point total gets converted into knockback. In short, at higher levels, shooting someone with an arrow will sometimes cause them to fly backward like they just got hit with a truck. Also the reason that getting hit with a giant's club at lower levels will launch you into the stratosphere.

I always enjoyed that with my sniper character.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
I only watched it naked occasionally.
What kind of occasions?

Whenever Joshua Sasse was looking good.

Actually, that's the whole series.

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The Minis Maniac wrote:
Ugh, why o why do I keep subjecting myself to reading any comments on LGBT news on any news network. It's always full of hateful remarks that get me down.

Never read the comments.

That said, if I think back to the comments on news stories 12 years ago or so, I find that today the comment sections have the same bigotry, but it is more diluted by a greater quantity of positive comments. I can remember when there was no such thing as a positive comment on a story dealing with LGBT issues.

Of course, that's kind of like saying every turd has a silver lining...

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I only watched it naked occasionally.

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Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
Watched Galavant last night. Loved it.

It was a fun show.

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David M Mallon wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Or you could play Fallout New Vegas. Your frustrations with Skyrim will vanish due to the rage induced by such a buggy game. GRANTED it is one of my favorite games, but it is VERY buggy.
My main issues with Skyrim aren't the bugs, honestly. It's the fact that it's g+!@&*n repetitive as hell. All the dungeons are the same: a big hallway filled with the same annoying enemies. NPCs are one-dimensional, and your companions feel like cardboard cutouts (at least when compared to Bioware games). As much as I enjoy the absolutely top-notch art direction and solid gameplay, I just can't make an emotional connection. It just kind of feels like I'm playing in a D&D game with a bunch of boring strangers.

I can't wait until a game developer manages to pick the best features of Skyrim (customization, open world, the "sandbox") and couples it with the best features of Dragon Age (NPC depth, compelling narratives).

*daydreams*

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David M Mallon wrote:
Well, that's depressing... Last year's tax return was around $400. This year, it's $48.50.

That just means you lent less money to the US government.

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Yuugasa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
this is why I set my black manliness to insemination mode some time ago.
Gah! I don't want to be inseminated! *puts on full body prophylactic to keep black manliness at bay!*

That makes one of us...

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

Thanks so much, Acorn! Once we are through this necropolis, I should be able to introduce your character and phase out the others from active play. It just helps with all these fights to have someone handle those rolls and strategizing.

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Be safe out there, Klaus.

Especially in those rouge storms. I hear that's what happened to Tammy Fay Bakker.

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Hi Justin!

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Did I mention that the pump that handles waste water from our laundry has been malfunctioning? We discovered this after it had time to leak everywhere and soak stuff.

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Morning all. What did I miss?

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Vote well, LordSynos!

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Freehold, I was in your neck of the woods this morning. Someplace around Flatlands or Canarsie.

?!?!

You were literally down the street from where I live and work.

I figured! I hope I get the client.

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Why oh why did I click on Treppa's link?

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Freehold, I was in your neck of the woods this morning. Someplace around Flatlands or Canarsie.

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Good day, all. What did I miss?

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Apparently, you live in the wrong place, captain. Those of us in civilized lands haven't seen snow for a month or so.

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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
It's a bit more complicated than that; the Grue is the basal Support unit of the Legions of the Darned. If you choose to build the Chapel of Hate in your capitol, it will become an Argue, but if you choose to build the Labyrinth of Reason instead, it will become an Agree.

The Legions of the Darned? So that's who took my socks!

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Sounds like we've both had rough weeks, AZ. My shower door shattered on Wednesday morning and I needed stitches. The door came off its track when I tried to close it, and I was sprayed with tiny shards of glass.

A normal workday sounds heavenly. (I mean, I've been working anyway, apart from the day in the ER, but I'm working like a gimp. Plus, I am stir-crazy at home and can't even relieve my boredom with video games because I can't grip the controller.)

I am glad you are feeling better. When in doubt, eat ice cream.

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Whelp, I've used my gimp time to plan out the next dungeon for each of my PbPs. Be ready, guys!!!

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Hi aeglos!

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This morning while I was still half asleep, I had some type of spasm in my hand that pulled at the stitches. It still hurts like a mofo almost 3 hours later.

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captain yesterday wrote:

Argh!! i just had to get a new coffee maker i can't afford to splurge on Leslie Nielson movies!?!......

.... oh right, the internets:-p

That's what Netflix is for.

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Kajehase wrote:

*is watching Columbo*

THAT'S LESLIE NIELSEN!!!!

Reminding me of a movie...

"That's not the umpire!"
"That's Enrico Palazzo!!!"

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Drejk wrote:
Whatcha got?

Is that for me or Tacticslion?

My Paizo order was the last two volumes of Shattered Star plus the Occult Mysteries book.

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And Freehold is right. Things ARE looking up. I got a 6% raise on Friday. I have celebrated by placing an order with Paizo.

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Treppa wrote:

I FOUND A DOLLAR IN MY POCKET! WOOOO!

The other day, I was doing laundry and I found a 20 in one of John's pockets. I kept it. He needs to check his pockets before he throws things in the hamper. Usually it's Chapstick or tissues or gum; this one time it was something positive.

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Not everyone will be comfortable sharing, but I don't mind. My boyfriend and I had some good photos taken of us about a year and a half ago. Here we are. I am on the right with the glasses.

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Some FAWTLs have seen pics of me via Facebook, but here is one anyone can see.

This is from a few years ago, but it is my favorite. I have a friend who is a big photography enthusiast, so I have several professional-quality portraits.

Edit: For something more recent and whimsical, here I am eating an ice cream cone.

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Gah! Hand is still too uncomfortable for the Playstation controller...

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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:

...That's right!

*tears off garish garments, face*

I AM THE PINEAPPLE KING!

Bonus points for the Nightmare Before Christmas reference.

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"Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die."

-Mel Brooks

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On top of which, I think the doctors' office had a faulty scale. It clearly said I was 10 pounds heavier than I really am.

You guys believe me, right?

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Kajehase wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
The doctor says my stitches look healthy. That is a good thing, I should think.
Did you get a jelly-baby at the end of the examination?

I didn't! Now I want my money back!

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Have you tried your bacon kit yet, AZ? I want to know how it turns out.

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The doctor says my stitches look healthy. That is a good thing, I should think.

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This may be of interest:

Aydian Dowling is poised to be the first transman to be a Men's Health cover model. Not sure if voting is still open (I voted a few days ago).

He is married, which means I don't have a shot :(

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David M Mallon wrote:
So far, I've managed to grind out all of my dark elf mage's magic skills up to 100 in Skyrim, except for two. Anyone got any tips on maxing out Destruction and Restoration quickly?

I don't know of any exploits.

You could level Restoration by letting something weak attack you and just heal the damage without attacking back.

My Mage hit 100 Destruction first, so I never had to worry about raising it. You could just keep summoning creatures and killing them.

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Also, John is amazing. He ran home from work (around the corner) to help me out of the glass-filled tub, picked the bits of glass out from between my toes, drove me to the hospital, stayed with me until he could take me home, and then cleaned up all the glass. Best ever :)

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I have never been so glad to be at work as today. Perhaps if I had been able to binge on Mass Effect yesterday I might feel differently. But as I was stuck reading, watching TV, and doing crossword puzzles all afternoon, it feels good to be out and about.

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Paging Treppa to PbPs...

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Yuugasa wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Yuugasa wrote:

I personally quit glass shower doors long ago as I had one shatter on me.

Was making love in the shower and the girl braced herself against the door.

What began as a lovely evening ended with picking glass shards out of her back=(

I like showers with curtains now, curtains never betray me.

Probably wise.

Also, when sex is destructive, it is always horrible at the time. But when you get to tell it later it makes you sound badass.

I know a couple that literally lit their bed on fire. It's awesome to be able to say that, but at the time I'm sure it was terribly unsexy. (They tipped a candle over. Candles are romantic, but not near the bed.)

I hope your lovely lady didn't need stitches!

There was nothing badass about this incident, anymore than there would be if say, she fell out a window.

No stitches or scars though, she recovered fine.

It's all in how you say it. "We were so 'into it' that we busted the shower." I'd be impressed.

But as I said, the reality was no doubt entirely unpleasant.

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The Spelling Police wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Guess whose shower door shattered this morning? This guy.

Guess who's in the emergency room this morning? This guy.

Props to your correct usage of whose/who's even in an emergency situation. If more citizens had level heads like yours, our job would be much easier.

Indeed! If I can spell it properly on my phone while applying pressure to a bloody wound on my hand, no one else has an excuse!

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Yuugasa wrote:

I personally quit glass shower doors long ago as I had one shatter on me.

Was making love in the shower and the girl braced herself against the door.

What began as a lovely evening ended with picking glass shards out of her back=(

I like showers with curtains now, curtains never betray me.

Probably wise.

Also, when sex is destructive, it is always horrible at the time. But when you get to tell it later it makes you sound badass.

I know a couple that literally lit their bed on fire. It's awesome to be able to say that, but at the time I'm sure it was terribly unsexy. (They tipped a candle over. Candles are romantic, but not near the bed.)

I hope your lovely lady didn't need stitches!

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