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RPG Superstar 6 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 18,153 posts (26,876 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 60 aliases.


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

Babysitting is great birth control, isn't it?

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I survived the dentist.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Either a religious parent or a comics nerd.

Or fans of Edward Elgar.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I apologized for nothing, once.
My wife apologized after bumping into the vacuum cleaner.

My dad once bumped into a mirror at a restaurant an apologized to his reflection.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
So- NYC peeps. I will be in the city 11/6-11/8. I'm going to the Temple of the Dog concert in Madison Square Garden. If any of you rascals want to hook up, let me know. I'm thinking Sunday (11/6) I might do a few museum lookabouts. I'll be coming in Grand Central Station again

Sweet!

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

I think our GM has been otherwise occupied.

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

I also love Sylvia verbally capitalizing Speaker, btw...

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Sharoth wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
And... I'm unemployed again.
Damn. I am sorry my friend.

+1

That sucks.

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Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

I've started watching Penny Dreadful. I don't know why I didn't do so earlier.

Inspiration for both of my PbPs, after a fashion!

It is, in my absolutely non-humble opinion, one of the better shows to come out in a very long while. I watched all three seasons, and eventually intend to own them on bluray (or perhaps some cloud-like format).

When they introduce him, let me know what you think of Ferdinand Lyle - next to Ethan Chandler, he was my favorite character on the show. Very eccentric and flamboyant - the actor did a fantastic job of stealing pretty much every scene they put him in.

Sadly, however, three seasons is all it seems we'll ever get. Which is sad, since they had a metric crapton of other plotlines to move forward with. However, one can always hope.

He was introduced in the first or second episode, I believe. I do love that character.

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I've started watching Penny Dreadful. I don't know why I didn't do so earlier.

Inspiration for both of my PbPs, after a fashion!

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captain yesterday wrote:
Remember to smuggle some cheesy biscuits out.

I swear those things have crack in them, that's how addictive they are.

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

FYI, Patrick is doing double max HP at 1st level (bonuses aren't doubled), so you will have 10 extra HP. Also, don't forget a melee weapon - you will probably need one at some point.

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

I believe we have:

Gaelin - human urban barbarian
Sahsara - sylph rogue
Tristan - half-elf monk
Jeydavu - oread druid

(Patrick can confirm if that lineup is still accurate.)

We are losing our cleric, our winter witch, and our archer-paladin. Although if he is recruiting a few players, you would have some flexibility on roles.

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

Yay!

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Sounds a bit like Mitch and Cam from Modern Family, who never kiss on the show despite every other couple doing so. The entertainment industry has a way to go in that regard.

I think your first comment is off base, though. There is no wrong choice for the ethnicity of his husband. Presumably in the Star Trek future, people still tend to pair up within their own cultural background due to shared experiences or whatnot, as evidenced by the fact that today's races still exist, and the entire cast isn't of mixed race.

As an aside, "oriental" has not been an acceptable label for human beings in decades. Using it probably does not help your argument.

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A great story that draws you in from the first minutes. Compelling characters.

Also this.

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Sometimes I forget how good Mass Effect 3 is. Glad to be playing it again.

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

It's amazing what you can achieve with a high enough Bluff check.

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Woodraven wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Woodraven wrote:

Yes it is. But in this case a full spool of seven conductor, 10 guage wire crashing onto the finger is not good for it.

*edit* nekkid dismemberment yay!!!!

That came out better in my head

...

HOLY CRAP

Ive been on light duty since it happend. It took two surgeries but its not looking too bad.

Glad you are on the mend!

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Woodraven wrote:
TOZ wrote:
At least it didn't crash onto something ELSE.
But there was no reason for anything else to be exposed at work.

Depends on the line of work.

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Andrzej wrote:
"We have done well, but it feels too easy to me," adds the morose vistani.

You and me both, Andrzej. Apparently I make wimpy vampires. Don't expect me to make that mistake twice :)

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

I always enjoy gaming with DSX and Treppa (both are in the Ancient Evil PbP, for instance). Not sure if they're looking though.

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Rawr! wrote:

Also, fun Rawr! fact: I competed in math competitions at Pittsburg State University when I was in high school.

Nerd for life!

Pfft. Nerd.

The cool kids like me knew to go for Speech & Debate and the trivia team.

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Celestial Follower wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

So, I just stood a couple feet away from Colin Quinn on the train. I thought to myself, "He always seemed like kind of a douche, but still it's cool if that's really him."

I wasn't sure, though, so I Googled for pictures of him. Up comes his Twitter feed with a picture of a subway car and this: "You poor dumb "normals" don't even know who's standing right next to you."

My first instinct was right, then. Guy's a douche.

He wasn't talking about you boss. You're not normal.

Damn right! Nobody calls me normal and gets away with it!

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So, I just stood a couple feet away from Colin Quinn on the train. I thought to myself, "He always seemed like kind of a douche, but still it's cool if that's really him."

I wasn't sure, though, so I Googled for pictures of him. Up comes his Twitter feed with a picture of a subway car and this: "You poor dumb "normals" don't even know who's standing right next to you."

My first instinct was right, then. Guy's a douche.

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Treppa wrote:

The pin in my finger has been out for two weeks and I've been doing PT the whole time. I didn't wear the splint at all yesterday or last night, so I decided to get brave and actually try touch-typing with that finger again! First time since May 9th!

Only... I can't. My touch typing patterns have changed, and I now use the middle and little fingers for the letters my ring finger used to hit. It's automatic and easy and I'm having a hard time forcing my ring finger to touch the keys.

So that's a change in a decades-old automatic practice in 2-1/2 months. Our habits are more plasic than I realized.

I had the same issue when I injured my hand. I too quickly got used to not using my left index finger.

I was able to return to proper form in about a week and a half. Fret not!

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
~thinks~ I wonder what level of Hell I would be in if I had to hunt for a new job for the rest of eternity?

I feel like I am always hunting for a new job.

Interview coming up Monday! Wish me luck!

Good luck!

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NobodysHome wrote:
And as for birds, here's a NSFW video that explains all about ducks.

What the f*+* did I just watch?

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Ah tell you whut.

Set up more of them pokey men.

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By all means, zombeh.

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It's important that I eat something to soak up these Manhattans.

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Nearby hotel bar is attached to Italian restaurant.

Perfection.

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"Sardine-packed abyss of nope" has turned into "Haha suckers. You're never getting home tonight."

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I am glad that my favorite hotel bar near Penn Station has reopened. Hotel bars are the best. Especially when you go into the train station and it is a sardine-packed abyss of NOPE.

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Treppa wrote:

The first one was in the middle of an awful thunderstorm and they thought it was somebody smoking in the top floor hallway (so as not to go out into the storm). Now they think the deluge that day may have gotten into the alarm system wiring because the same alarm is tripping and there's no cigarette smoke. Besides, people can go on the outer stairway to smoke in the open air but sheltered from rain, so there's no reason to smoke inside.

Cigarettes don't trigger normal fire alarms, do they? Well, I guess they do in airplane lavatories, but those may be alarmed for smoking.

All I know is IT EARLY AND BRAYN AM NOT AWAKE.

A week ago we had a hospital-wide fire alarm at 2am. This was the full shrieking alarms, flashing lights and the switchboard operator calling "CODE RED!!"

We ran up to the source, and...

Someone had decided to vape in the hall bathroom. Likely assuming vape smoke wouldn't trip the alarm. Oops. And since no one on the floor was ambulatory, it was a staffer.

So, lesson learned, don't assume you're safe smoking inside with a Vaping pen.

Plus, they look ridiculous.

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CY spawns wise children.

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Yay!

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aeglos wrote:

is the tea discussion still going?

Twinnings English Breakfast for, well, Breakfast at work, followed by an after-breakfast-cup-of-coffee

at home not much tea, sometimes a loss leaf Twinnings Earl Grey or a pure Roibusch, sometimes a dogrose infusion

and wen ill, camomile infusion

Twinings English Breakfast is good.

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I am partial to lack teas, but I try to find something a bit more sophisticated than Lipton.

I generally don't have patience for loose leaf, though.

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Ah foun' this long-haired feller. He wuz workin' at a video game store, so I'm assumin' he's a virgin. Worth a try?

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Cap'n Yesterday, Vegetable King wrote:

Also, if you want your kids to eat their veggies, grow a garden. Kids are outside feasting on peas and tomatoes.

That's right, peas and tomatoes.

It turns out, the Little Tomato Plant of Horrors, is really just a big f#&$ing tomato plant.

So far...

My 4-year-old niece runs around my brother's garden and eats everything. They have to make sure everything they grow is safe to eat, because she will eat it regardless. Also, they never have tomatoes to use in cooking because she invariably eats them as soon as they look remotely ripe.

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It would be worth it just for original Final Fantasy. I loved that game growing up.

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

Safe travels!

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Limeylongears wrote:

Today I:

1) Did That Which Cannot Be Named On FaWtL
...

Busy boy.

Produced a snuff film?

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This morning I woke up thinking "Wow what a cool dream! I was on an adventure!"

I thought back and tried to piece it together. My quest-giver was a highly emotional link of Italian sausage.

At the time it seemed perfectly plausible...

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So I have scheduled a dentist appointment. It is the week after next.

I have not been to the dentist in 8(ish) years. This brings me much trepidation, but also much pride for making the appointment,

I have two broken wisdom teeth. For, like, the last 6 years. I am prepared to be scolded.

A couple weeks ago, I read a story about a guy that had an untreated abscess that rotted out part of his skull. That scared me into addressing it. Also, in the last week, it has become sensitive when I eat ice cream, which is unacceptable, but less serious than a rotting skull.

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David M Mallon wrote:
5th playthrough of Mass Effect trilogy finished.

What's next? How many playthroughs of DA:I?

I am wrapping up 3rd playthrough of DA:I and will then get back to finishing 2nd playthrough of Mass Effect series (renegade infiltrator).

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Ayup. Time to start tracin' the pentamagram.

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Definitely worth watching.

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Treppa, have you watched House of Cards? I recommend it.

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