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RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 15,932 posts (23,458 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 54 aliases.


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Dragonborn3 wrote:

Wow, it's been long time since I came here. Nice to see it still going. I can't even begin to think of some of the awesome stuff I've probably missed...

Update: been single for a while now. :( started looking again recently but no luck.

Sorry to hear that, DB3. You are awesome, though, and I think you will find somebody.

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The Minis Maniac wrote:
Packing, Packing, Packing. It's sad to see my hobby room so disassembled.

Do you have a place lined up in England? Will it have a hobby room?

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Mmmm. Duck breast.

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

Thanks, Leandro! I knew there was treasure floating around somewhere.

Port d'Elhour is a big enough city to sell anything you lot might be hanging onto.

If you need to retcon and say "When we came to town, we totally sold that widget we found", I am okay with that.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
We went to see the new Captain America movie last night and it was awesome.

I may be going to see it next week.

Are we still tentatively on for Saturday?

Yessiree!

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Mmm

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Icyshadow wrote:
I might be moving to a new apartment next month!

Big news! Will that give you a little more personal space from all the family drama?

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We went to see the new Captain America movie last night and it was awesome.

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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Treppa wrote:
I woke up to see a bit of snow on the ground. Then I checked the weather: 6-10 inches expected today! Holy moly!

This depresses me. I am glad it is Spring here.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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You are the lamest bouncer ever.

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Hello, all. What did I miss?

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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Freehold:

Spoiler:
I know you are in a different emotional place than I was two years ago, but back then you helped me talk through issues with the end of my 9 year partnership. You were a great support to me, although I do not know if you know it. If you need to talk, I want to be there.

We should chat soon.

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I agree with blitzing to extend the post count.

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

Tordek, that is what I was leaning toward myself.

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Jeez, CF. Do we let in just anybody these days? You're supposed to be checking the slaadi at the door.

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Brownchickenbrowncow wrote:
Thought I would try out my new alias here

John uses that as a catchphrase. I am amused.

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

I would love having Angalia back. Reuniting her with the party is going to take some suspension of disbelief, but then we are used to that with PbPs.

In this case, the party made incredible haste to depart Richemulot and sprinted headlong through the Mists (guided by knowledgeable Vistani) to reach Souraigne.

In terms of Angalia catching up to the rest of them, we can probably come up with something vaguely plausible, if relying on a remarkable dose of coincidence and good fortune.

You can level to 5. In the next few days I will PM you with my thoughts on bringing you back in, although if any other players have an epiphany, feel free :)

Also, you may notice that the pace has slowed. These days, my posting time is more limited than it used to be. I like running the game, but I do not update it at anywhere near the rate I used to.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Freehold DM wrote:
For all interested

John likes that song.

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Man, these maple bacon cookies are addictive.

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Orthos wrote:

I could go for a sundae right now... maybe on the way home from church tonight I'll stop at the ice cream shop on the way.

Or maybe not, weather says rain tonight. Bluh bluh.

Oh man. Look what you did. I was getting along just fine, but now I want ice cream.

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

Angalia is still living :) They left her behind to look after Nathaniel (who was stricken with ghoul fever), Tiffana (who is overcome with anxiety due to her uncontrollable and upsetting visions), and Erfan (who went completely insane). Urfan is with you too :) The entire lot of retired PCs were left with the Sisters of Charity in Richemulot. We can look at working Angalia back into the mix in the near future. Let me think about how best to accomplish that.

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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Everything is better with gravy.

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Drejk wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
French fries and mayonnaise are an acceptable pairing. We should be just fine.
My wife has just read this statement and come to the conclusion you must be destroyed.
Fries with mayonnaise are good. Fries with ketchup are good too. Fries with BBQ sauce are good. Fries are good.

Don't forget fries with gravy! Possibly with the addition of cheese curds.

Mmmmmm. Cardiovascular disease...

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Of course the day I try to go into work a little early is the day the trains are backed up.

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Morning all. What did I miss?

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Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
French fries and mayonnaise are an acceptable pairing. We should be just fine.
My wife has just read this statement and come to the conclusion you must be destroyed.

Full disclosure: while I am okay with mayo on sandwiches, I eat French fries with ketchup like any other decent person. I'm glad I know how to push your buttons though :)

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Freehold DM wrote:
This will make poutine and ice cream outings... Challenging.

French fries and mayonnaise are an acceptable pairing. We should be just fine.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
How the f@#* do you screw up a plain chicken sandwich? Ask the f+$+ing idiots at Wendy's.
did they make a burger instead?
Let's just say......f!@$ing mayonnaise!!!

So in other words, they made it better?

Mmmmmm. Mayonnaise.

This makes me sad. I'm afraid I will have to move you to the top of the list of people to be devoured first during the zombiepocalypse.
You know CH will put on oneself and stuff himself with mayonnaise?
it's what I would do.

This is a good strategy. But you never know when the zombies will strike. I'll just have to make sure I am smothered in mayonnaise at all times.

Starting now.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
How the f@#* do you screw up a plain chicken sandwich? Ask the f+$+ing idiots at Wendy's.
did they make a burger instead?
Let's just say......f!@$ing mayonnaise!!!

So in other words, they made it better?

Mmmmmm. Mayonnaise.

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Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10
Tybalt wrote:
As he knocks upon the mission door, the bard contemplates the poverty and misery of the town - not the overt danger and death of the lycanthrope infestation, but equally deadly.

It's interesting to note that the pitiful city of Port d'Elhour became considerably more lycanthrope-infested when you lot came to town ;)

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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
It is a dark and rainy day here in the bay area, time for some spaghetti and homemade marinara, I got a new trick well at least for me. Gonna put a parmesan rind in for the last 30 minutes.

Interesting. I might have to try it.

We had a shrimp scampi-style pasta with artichokes and capers. I so rarely think to make shrimp, and yet it is so easy and quick.

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Tirisfal wrote:
Jessica Price wrote:

That's awesome, Haladir -- you've got a great daughter. :-)

The best gift we can give future generations is a world where we've fought and won the big battles, where acceptance of people who are different from them (whether that difference is skin color, gender presentation, orientation, or whatever) is so normal and everyday to them that they can look at us and be all, "What the heck, old people? Why did you guys make such a big deal out of this stuff?"

I really think that we're headed in that direction with this newer generation. My sister is 6 years younger than me, and her generation is certainly a lot more open about this stuff then my generation was, that's for sure. My five year old niece understands that sometimes boys love boys and girls love girls the way that her mom and dad love each other, and she doesn't seem confused by it at all. Then again, this is also the same five year old that is being raised by her father to love Michio Kaku, Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Carl Sagan. She can work their PS3, and she pulls Cosmos up on Hulu almost as often as pulls up ponies and Thor.

My sister said that she might have to make sure her kids get to go to an opposite-sex wedding sometime. Every wedding she has had the opportunity to take them to has been same-sex. (They obviously have the example of her and her husband as an opposite-sex married couple; they just haven't had an opportunity to attend any opposite-sex weddings as a family.)

Clearly those are kids who will have a lot less hang-ups as they grow up :)

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Sunny Godhead wrote:

*Walks into the Thread*

"This is your funny Sunny Godhead and I want to know who put all the these turnips in my resort. My night club and swimmming pool are over-flowing this red vegtables. Have you ever seen anyone swim in a wave pool filled bottom to top with radishes? HAve you?!"

*taps his foot impatiently*

"Who's going to clean up this mess?"

Are they turnips or radishes? Those are two different vegetables. If they are turnips, that would be us. If they are radishes... I don't know... try the poodles.

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On the flipside, this means her nephews will be eager to sell off this property at the first opportunity. Developers are already lining up to buy this house and tear it down.

Which means my search for a new place just became more immediate. It's a real reminder to me that as long as you are a renter, you are just somebody who is living in someone else's house. No matter how long you live there, it's never yours.

I want to buy a house, but I need to save more for it. Unfortunately, the rental market here means I will probably end up paying more rent than I do currently for the new place, which will make it that much harder to get ahead.

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So, my elderly landlady (not technically my landlady, since the property is owned by her nephews, but she lived on the premises) passed away in the nursing home last night. She was 96 and had a very long, active, and fascinating life. She was a great lady and I am sad to see her go.

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I just found out the local center for a Fortune 100 company I used to work at just laid off a huge chunk of employees today. A lot of very smart, hardworking, and nice people (along with a couple douchebags) are now out of work through no fault of their own in a very crappy local job market.

I really really hate this whole damn month now.

4 people in my office got laid off this week, too. It was a "reorganization". (i.e. their department was no longer generating enough revenue to justify their staffing.)

Is it sad that I have seen that kind of thing so often that I have become somewhat numb? At the company I left last year, the office I worked at on Long Island is being shut down later this year and all 40-50 people there are being laid off. I tend to move around enough that (knock on wood) I have always managed to get out before any layoffs occur.

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Have you ever hurt your back doing nothing at all? This morning I bent over to check the time on my cell phone, which was on a table. That motion was accompanied by a telltale shooting pain in my lower back. WTF? I wasn't even lifting anything?
Did that last week! Leaned over to wipe down the table ofter lunch and my back just went out. I was out the rest of the day. :/
I can touch my chin to my chest without a jolt of pain down my back now. HUZZAH!!!

Yep. I still can't do that. And it was Monday that I hurt my back :(

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aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Have you ever hurt your back doing nothing at all? This morning I bent over to check the time on my cell phone, which was on a table. That motion was accompanied by a telltale shooting pain in my lower back. WTF? I wasn't even lifting anything?

I had that while picking something up from the floor a few month ago, the pain went away when I pulled the trousers up

That's interesting because I solve a lot of my problems by pulling my trousers down.

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I just got back from seeing the new 300 movie. It was a good time.

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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Have you ever hurt your back doing nothing at all? This morning I bent over to check the time on my cell phone, which was on a table. That motion was accompanied by a telltale shooting pain in my lower back. WTF? I wasn't even lifting anything?

Last monday I threw out my back lifting a big tv wrong.

Getting better now though.

At least that is a legit strain on the back.

Glad you are feeling better.

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Treppa wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Have you ever hurt your back doing nothing at all? This morning I bent over to check the time on my cell phone, which was on a table. That motion was accompanied by a telltale shooting pain in my lower back. WTF? I wasn't even lifting anything?
It's called ** spoiler omitted ** Or possibly the consequences of a desk job with little to no exercise.

Yeah, that's what one if my coworkers said. We commiserated that we are slowly turning into our grandfathers.

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Have you ever hurt your back doing nothing at all? This morning I bent over to check the time on my cell phone, which was on a table. That motion was accompanied by a telltale shooting pain in my lower back. WTF? I wasn't even lifting anything?

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