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RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 16,600 posts (24,625 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 55 aliases.


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Friday is iffy, but I'm not sure yet. What about Tuesday?

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Ayup

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Sweet! Next week, my weekday nights are good except for Monday and Thursday.

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The celestial thing is just a racket. You should see the s%@$ I get away with.

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I have gotten my audition results, and will be singing all the baritone solos for Brahms's A German Requiem next month. Sweet!

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Or booze

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Evening, all. What did I miss?

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Sebastian wrote:
Apparently, I have 6,714 unread posts in this thread. Can one of you please summarize what I missed, including links to any relevant or interesting posts? I'll be back in 3 years to check on the status of this request.

Somebody said ponies are losers.

Can't remember who.

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Limeylongears wrote:

I've got a copy of 'The Art of Marriage' by Tim & Beverly LaHaye. Apocalyptic Baptist sex tips FTW!

EDIT: Also had two '80s photos of a (fully clothed) previous owner in the back, looking nervous and clutching a snot-green telephone.

Funny story: When I moved to Los Angeles, I donated a whole bunch of old novels to the library. About 3 weeks later, I got a call from a good friend of mine who was browsing books at a used bookstore and found a paperback copy of The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice on the shelf, and inside the back cover was snapshot of me and my ex-boyfriend taken at my brother's wedding back in 2006. It was one of the books I had donated to the library, and somebody who knew me happened to be the one to find it.

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I am wrapping up This Side of Paradise to complete my F. Scott Fitzgerald reading. It didn't draw me in the way his later novels did, but it has grown on me as it has gone on.

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So many posts!

Well done, FAWTL.

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Tacticslion wrote:
kind of works out, since the nexus forums [bigger]actually calls you out on promising that you've read stuff that you haven't read

Reminds me of the South Park episode where the iTunes terms of service were revealed to include a clause where Apple could make you part if a human centipede...

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I have made pan-seared duck breast with blood orange sauce.

Mmmmm.

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Evening all, what did I miss?

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Rawr/taig: PM sent regarding PbPs.

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I had an interesting chat with my mom who is a psych nurse. They seem to have a suddenly large trans population on her pediatric unit. I tried to give her some useful info based on so many of your stories (particularly understanding the idea that trams encompasses many identities, including gender-nonconformity and so on). The outcome was that she realized there is a lot to learn, and it looks like they will be bringing somebody in to better educate the staff on gender identity matters.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Tacticslion wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
I'm not a big fan of facebook, but its uses are undeniable. Most people are on it, so it makes it convenient to connect and keep in touch with folks from around the world. Not to mention, it's about the only way I can get a hold of my celebrity friend these days.

That's why I let my wife check it regularly. She lets me know if there's anything I need to respond to on my facebook page. :)

EDIT: Okay, uh, that ^... that up there, just sounds... odd. Uh, my wife has total freedom to do whatever she wants, but by "I let my wife check it regularly", I mean, "I don't mind that she gets onto my account and looks things over for me, when she's on her facebook time; she generally likes to do so, and I'm okay with that!"

What I do not mean: "I, due to being in charge of whether or not we do things, graciously permit my wife to look at facebook, like the benevolent overlord that I am!" which, upon re-reading my post, is kind of what it read like.

Hm. I wonder how to reword that...

It's okay. We understand.

Periodically you allow her to be chained to a workstation in the basement to report on your social media accounts. No need to clarify.

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LordSynos wrote:
Morning every FaWtL! I hope everyone is well today, and that the week is off to a good start. Weather is warming up a bit here, though the wind chill factor would make you think otherwise. Work internet temporarily no longer blocks Paizo, so, woo! :P

Jealous!

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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
So this site exists...
I like eggs.

As do I, and yet that site seems devoid of any really useful information about eggs or how to prepare them.

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David M Mallon wrote:
This is ridiculous. Out of the first six days of my electrical tech class, two have been cancelled due to snow.

They my last 3 choir practices in a row. We have a concert coming up of Brahms's German Requiem, and I fear my fellow choristers will be woefully unprepared.

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Glad you are feeling better, Taig! I know a few PbPs you can check in on at your leisure.

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I want one.

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Happy Birthday, Rags!

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Did I mention that yesterday I slipped in my driveway and fell into a snowbank?

Thanks, Freehold!

no need to thank me for the soft snowball that doubtlessly cushioned your fall!

Well played

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Sharoth wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Did I mention that yesterday I slipped in my driveway and fell into a snowbank?

Thanks, Freehold!

OHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! Is today "BLAME FREEHOLD DM DAY"? Sweet! I blame Freehold for my hangnail.

Only if it's snow-related.

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I seem to be unable to tear myself away from Dragon Age: Inquisition. Man that game is addictive.

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Did I mention that yesterday I slipped in my driveway and fell into a snowbank?

Thanks, Freehold!

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Evening, all. What did I miss?

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Oh look, it's a snowpocalypse.

Thanks, Freehold!

No need to thank me. I'm just one man, looking out for his fellow New Yorkers who need a day off of work.

puts sunglasses on dramatically

But now, I am needed...elsewhere...

unfolds bike, rides off into the sunset

Except I had to work anyway, from home, in between shifts of shoveling snow.

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Oh look, it's a snowpocalypse.

Thanks, Freehold!

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BADGER!!!!!

Glad to see you! We missed you!

For he's a jolly good badger,
For he's a jolly good badger,
For he's a jolly good badger,
M#@*++!#&*#! he scratched out my eye!

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Limeylongears wrote:
Nothing like puking up all over the back stairs at work to liven up a Friday afternoon.

Just another day at the office for Lindsay Lohan.

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

I always appreciate it when other players jump in on that, since it makes my life easier. Plus, I always worry about making decisions that could affect strategy and resource management of the party.

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For those not on FB, yesterday I rode on a train a few seats behind the Vice President of the United States. It was pretty surreal.

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David M Mallon wrote:
After several hours of playing Dragon Age: Origins, I've realized that I accidentally made my mage character to look more than a bit like Fran Katzenjammer. I'm not sure how I feel about this.

Somehow I managed to make my Inquisition character look uncommonly hot. John walked in and was like "Oh my god..."

Maybe too much customization is a bad thing.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
When I was leaving work this morning something caught my eye. The car dealership next door was receiving a delivery. That's not too unusual, but since the cargo consisted of 11 (presumably) brand-new Corvettes, I had to stop for a moment and look. I would never want a Corvette (well, maybe a classic one if I had a s#%$-ton of money), but they sure are pretty to look at.

Earlier today somebody called me about the service plan for my 2011 Corvette. The call made me wonder whether it's possible that I've owned a 2011 Corvette all this time and not known about it...

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Finished third play-through of Skyrim. Moving on to Dragon Age: Inquisition.

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Well, here it is.

The US Supreme Court has finally agreed to here a case about whether states have to allow same-sex marriage during the current term. Big news!

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Pineapple fried rice.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

Scene: FHDM oe'rspreads the Untainted Condom with a soft mantle of frigid pearlescence

Island Monkey 1: Oo Oo, matey!
IM2: Oo Oo Oo!
IM1: I see Freehold DM is oe'rspreading us with a soft mantle of frigid pearlescence!
IM2: Yes.
IM1: And look! There he is, flying above us wearing nothing but a hat and scarf!
IM2: He's wawking in the air! Tell it's cold, can't you, ha ha
IM1: No need to be rude.

Kajehase wrote:
Point of order: Can you wear a hat and still be naked?

No, but you can if the hat is wearing you.

I have no idea what this means.

However, I must see this performed on stage.

CH is in charge of casting and score, Rags handles costumes.

I'm thinking a really meditative Phillip Glass-style score would accentuate the ridiculousness in a way that would make people want to find hidden meanings and s@~*.

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David M Mallon wrote:
...and I'm out of a job again.

:( Suckage.

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Sweet! Who needs New Hampshire anyway?

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I made chili on Sunday. So much chili.

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It's kind of surreal being back to work and other routines.

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Kajehase wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
I am back, and there is snow on the ground. I blame Freehold.
Welcome back. Did ya get any nice clothes in Milano?

Clothes? Pfft.

I did get some music books in Florence. A much better investment.

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The food and the views and the art and the architecture. And the coffee - definitely the coffee.

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Lovely. I miss the food already :)

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