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RPG Superstar 6 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 17,712 posts (26,204 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 58 aliases.


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Freehold DM wrote:
I have finally made it to in n out burger. We will see how it compares to lucky burger.....

So, what did you think?

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Freehold DM wrote:

dusts off late 90s flaming bike

Oh man. Old flamey doesn't flame like it used to. Still... fails ineffectually

It's hard to tell where history ends and politics begins.

If only we had voted for Adlai Stevenson!

Too soon?

*ducks incoming flaming bike*

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Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
Kelsey's working closing shift today and opening shift tomorrow. This means maybe four and a half hours of sleep and a grumpy Kelsey. Why does Kelsey put up with this? Kelsey's backpack is weighed down by her new PS4.

This is called "clopening".

I want a PS4...

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Lock all the doors and sever communication with the outside world. Play an endless loop of Justin Bieber music until the master hangs himself.

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Use the vacuum robot to transport ice cubes to the cellar stairs. Create a false error message that the server must be reset in the cellar. Cut the lights as the master is descending the stairs.

All investigators will see is a guy who fell down the stairs and a puddle of water.

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I had a felafel pita and it only cost $3.

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taig wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

Urgh. Time to go to work. I'll likely check in at some point. I'm going to work on keeping my creaky PbPs revitalized. That and stop telling myself I'm no good at stats and rules. It's simple, I just need to believe I can do it

Later folks

*blink*

I imagine the experience you've had running games makes you pretty good at stats and rules. Plus, actually doing it makes you better at doing it.

Or so I've heard. :)

And remember that in a friendly PbP, no one cares whether you know the rules.

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Treppa wrote:
So for some reason people in here have been strenuously hating on my parents' professions, my home town, and my home state. What the heck? This place is so damned negative, it's not fun anymore.

I had a delicious felafel pita today, and it only cost me $3.

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captain yesterday wrote:

Same as downtown Seattle, the General regularly told me so (she worked two blocks from the Space Needle).

Captain Yesterday Fun Fact: I have almost no sense of smell, very little sense of taste, but the eyes of a hawk.

Have i mentioned how awesome Seattle is yet.

Downtown Los Angeles had the worst urine smell of any city I've visited. I maintain it was all the urine.

Seriously, people kept pissing on the sidewalk near my apartment building. Plus it never rained to wash it away.

But the weather was awesome.

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Drejk wrote:

Happy Birthday Old Wizard!

Don't expect us to jump out of cake and sing happy birthday, though...

Just be sure you get out of the cake before we start cutting it up.

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The feathers should stay until the new carpeting gets installed.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm headed to GenCon. First time in my life, although I've wanted to go since 1980. I'm actually very excited, since I will be meeting up with a certain badger and possibly a dwarf. It's funny how if you make up your mind to do something and ignore the doubts that you find that the complications you were worried about seem to resolve themselves.

That they do! I think it's awesome that you are going.

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*throws his coat on a chair and kicks off his shoes*

Nice digs.

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Happy Birthday, Rags!

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captain yesterday wrote:
Chicago is a filthy cesspool of villainy, corruption and trash everywhere, and I mean everywhere.

And that's just O'Hare!

(Zing!)

(But seriously, that airport is the worst.)

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Tacticslion wrote:

CH liked it, so Imma give you mooooore!

Tacticslion wrote:

Working on the idea for my drow game.

** spoiler omitted **...

** spoiler omitted **...

I like drow, and your take is really interesting.

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Drug cartels like fair weather, too.

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I could have done without all the snow this morning, Freehold.

I am way too busy at work, so I had to drag my butt in through the snow anyway.

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
Move to Medellin, Colombia, city of eternal spring. It's where I want to retire. It's on the equator, but in the mountains, so it never gets hotter than 80 or colder than 60 year round.

So, it's basically San Diego with a much lower cost of living?

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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Quick update on me since aeglos asked.

1) I'm doing fine.
2) GenCon 2016 badges purchased and hotel procured. Indy here I come.
3) I've traded insane work hours for insane travel. Just returned from 10 days in China. That was fun, educational, and tiring.
4) Fortunately, we are in a hiring mode at work so I've gotten some help which has given me a little more time. Therefore, more time to post!

Good to be back.

Do you still run your own consulting practice?

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Celestial Healer's Brother-Cyst wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I'm surprised you're not in mourning for your tumor familiar.
What, are you kidding, I'm having the time of my life! I'm already slated to be a guest host on Kelly Ripa.

OMG. This alias. That is fantastic.

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Treppa wrote:
I'm surprised you're not in mourning for your tumor familiar.

I do miss little Theodore.

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Yay for getting the stitches removed from my head!

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Treppa wrote:
Is he really a monkey?

I felt like it would be prying if I asked.

He ate all my lice for me, though.

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I haven't been on this thread in a while. Mostly because I suspended reading anything for pleasure while I was studying for a god-forsaken exam in December. Since then, though, I have read:

The Fishermen by Chigoze Obioma - fascinating read, almost like a folk tale, if folk tales were set in 1990s Nigeria.

Shadows Return, book four of the Nightrunner series by Lynn Flewelling. Really digging this fantasy series.

Now I am embarking upon Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs. It is without a doubt the most insane, obscene, mind-f#%% of a book I have ever laid eyes upon. Brilliant, but man...

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It was fun to meet up and chat!

I will work on bringing Patrick down to NYC for a day on the town :)

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I met Patrick today!

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Happy Birthday, Lynora!

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Treppa wrote:

sage:

s - as in "aisle"
a - as in "stoically"
g - as in "sign"
e - as in "hate"

This is brilliant.

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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

I heard a lecture in high school about how American accents are closer to Shakespeare original due to the fact that around colonial times before the revolution mainland British commoners started emulating their upper class, leading to the various British accents we know today, while the colonists couldn't keep up with the times, and thus didn't evolve, and lead to the split in style.

So it's actually you all butchering the classics, not us!

I've heard that as well.

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I'm on the train up to Boston for a work event. Free WiFi. Yet another reason train travel is infinitely superior to air travel.

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Limeylongears wrote:

A question for Americans.

How do you, personally, pronounce the word 'sage' ?

Rhymes with "age", "page" or "rage". Is it different in the UK?

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

Maybe we've encountered one another in the past, but are not actually traveling together at this point?

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

Yes, that is the answer I was looking for.

With regard to knowing one another, I don't know enough about the others' motivations to know what makes sense.

Do you see any synergies, Treppa?

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

Will any details of our attendance at the protest be revealed tomorrow?

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Rosita, storing wine on its side is a best practice, but you are unlikely to have any cork issues with wine stored upright unless you are collaring bottles for years. Most of my wine stays upright because I lack a proper rack, and most experts agree it would take years in all but the most arid of climates for there to be any issue at all.

Bottles with screw tops can be stored upright indefinitely - there is no reason to put them on their side. (Interesting tidbit someone once told me: the generalization that screw tops are a sign of inferiority is primarily an American conceit. I have heard that many French and Italian wines are now bottled with a screw top as the design is clearly superior, but they bottle some of the crates with corks for export to America.)

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CourtFool wrote:
Hi. I'm CourtFool. I'm a poodle and I'm new.

He's lying! Somebody take his cookies!

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

My PbPs tend not to require daily posting. Every 2-3 days tends to be sufficient to keep up to speed, unless your turn is coming up in combat.

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Rest in peace, 8D.

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Oh no! I didn't know he was unwell. I am saddened by this.

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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Of course my parents are having a surprise visit this weekend, I work all weekend, called in tonight, they weren't happy, now I just gotta figure out supper...

McDonald's is my go-to place for such behavior.

"Sorry you didn't give me any time to plan, but I've been working solid and I didn't get a chance to shop, so we're just doing McD's tonight."

Do it ONCE.

You will never get less than 24-hour notice again.

Maybe that's what we're doing wrong. We order pizza, but the pizza is really good, so people come back.

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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

When do we start?

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Sorry. I will try to maintain more decorum. It's just my enthusiasm gets the better of me sometimes and I wind up dancing naked at the top of the page to welcome you.

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The singular "they" was declared the word of the year by the American Dialect Society.

I think it's here to stay.

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Liz Courts wrote:
Welcome, welcome! *offers cookies*

It warms my heart that this still happens.

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Orthos wrote:
Aranna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
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Aranna wrote:
What kind of calendar? Do I have to show up in cosplay or in swim wear carrying an AR-15 or lounging on some fancy car?

Monday - Cosplay

Tuesday - Swimwear
Wed - Historical garb
Thursday - Steampunk
Friday - Casual Day
Saturday - ???
Sunday - Profit
FIFY

Um... I am not sure what manner of outfit "profit" is? Perhaps we dress up as money or coins?

It's an old internet meme (in the timeline of the internet anyway, circa early 2000s). Whenever you have a list of things, it always ends with ??? followed and concluded by PROFIT!

Actually, you have to go back to 1998 for that one. Back when South Park was funny.

It is a reference to the Underpants Gnomes episode of South Park. Underpants Gnomes' plot.

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I guess I'm happy to see you,..

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