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RPG Superstar 6 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 17,922 posts (26,495 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 58 aliases.


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Also, our quote pyramid is getting out of control.

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To enjoy a city, I think you have to be into people-watching on some level. You only get good people watching in a crowded area.

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Celestial Healer's Brother-Cyst wrote:
C'mon bro! Live a little! I can always scrounge you up a new liver. Just give me a morning to work the GMA crowds.

Oh brother-cyst, how I miss you.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I miss gaming. I came to this conclusion last night. As soon as this week is done I am heading back into the fray
What is this "gaming" of which you speak?
A delightful pasttime I used to indulge in
come back to ny, I'll get a one shot for you and ch and perhaps Dave if he comes and the +1, who is looking to get into gaming.
Sounds good! I want to pull off another weekend to go museum hopping. We could likely fold a game into that.
Not sure if I'm going to be able to handle NY again for a good long while.
We could skip the massive imbibing of alcohol...
Speaking for myself, my liver needs a year or two to recover from that one.
So...no lovecraft later on this month? Maybe in June then? After I get back from conventioning?

We can go. I just need to stop at some number shy of six.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I miss gaming. I came to this conclusion last night. As soon as this week is done I am heading back into the fray
What is this "gaming" of which you speak?
A delightful pasttime I used to indulge in
come back to ny, I'll get a one shot for you and ch and perhaps Dave if he comes and the +1, who is looking to get into gaming.
Sounds good! I want to pull off another weekend to go museum hopping. We could likely fold a game into that.
Not sure if I'm going to be able to handle NY again for a good long while.
We could skip the massive imbibing of alcohol...

Speaking for myself, my liver needs a year or two to recover from that one.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:

Isn't the Freehold mobile a bike?

like I said...

CH! To the Freeholdmobile!
Fun with bikes and Chris Elliot

My brother and I used to be obsessed with that show.

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

Also, it's a good thing you killed those wights instead of running out into the hallway. They were just going to barricade the door once you all left. Seriously, why would they follow you out there?

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

Oh walk it off ;)

Seriously, though, did that second one hit you? I thought it was 19 against an AC of 20.

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For the record, Kriss Kross wore their clothes backward, not inside out.

Get your terrible early 90s pop culture references right, people!

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taig wrote:

I'll just apologize in advance for this week's monster.

TAIG WINS THE INTERNET.

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

Aww :( sorry things have been rough, badger.

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lynora wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

There are balcony bird baths you can get I think. If not, it should totally be a thing. Something that can clamp securely to a wooden railing.

Edit: it's totally a thing, cheap ones are around 30-40 bucks.

Thanks for the info. Can't use a railing mounted one because our railings are wrought iron and quite thin. But found some hanging bird baths that might work. :)

Just make sure you rinse them regularly like CY. Standing water in a birdbath becomes a mosquito hatchery if you don't.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Still druknk. Still love you all.

What a lush.

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If it's something you want, you will. I believe that.

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Aranna wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Are you really sure you should drive a school bus with no sleep. :-(
It's practice in a p-lot. No passengers or other vehicles involved
As long as it wasn't the school bus the CIA left an explosive device on by accident you should be fine.

Would he have to keep the bus over 50 miles per hour?

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Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Yeah, they were calling the Manhattan the 'Devil's Reef'. I wonder if I'd ordered a 'Mountain of Madness' they'd have made me a Mudslide :D
I'll suggest it to them!!!
Do they even stock ice cream?
That's a frozen mudslide. You can skip the ice cream in a regular Mudslide
Apparently I don't know my mudslides.

Regular mudslide (Monkey version)

1 Shot Kahlua
1 Shot Bailey's Irish Cream
1 Shot Grey Goose Vodka
Fill cocktail shaker halfway with whole milk
Add dollop of Hershey's Chocolate Syrup (optional)
Shake vigorously with ice and pour, straining ice out.
That sounds like a recipe for Freehold being quiet while everyone around him talks, hoping they don't notice how drunk he is.

Sounds like you on Friday from 9:00 onward ;)

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Yeah, they were calling the Manhattan the 'Devil's Reef'. I wonder if I'd ordered a 'Mountain of Madness' they'd have made me a Mudslide :D
I'll suggest it to them!!!
Do they even stock ice cream?
That's a frozen mudslide. You can skip the ice cream in a regular Mudslide
Apparently I don't know my mudslides.

Regular mudslide (Monkey version)

1 Shot Kahlua
1 Shot Bailey's Irish Cream
1 Shot Grey Goose Vodka
Fill cocktail shaker halfway with whole milk
Add dollop of Hershey's Chocolate Syrup (optional)
Shake vigorously with ice and pour, straining ice out.

I have all those things!

Although I wonder about subbing brandy for the vodka... Might give it a more complex flavor.

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Tacticslion wrote:
Ph-phhhhhhrasing.

Maybe you could give him a hand with it?

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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Weird hand injury.

Hurt like hell last night, so much so, I actually took ibuprofen to help (I don't believe in painkillers, unless absolutely necessary) and then this morning.

Nothing. No residual soreness, no hindrance of movement. Just good ole handy, ready to go.

Our hands are actually quite resilient. They often just need time to recover.

My hand is still a little f&+!ed up from the shower incident over a year ago. The scar tissue is likely to continue to adhere to the tendon for the foreseeable future. It's functional, but... Not quite right.

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Ah tell you whut.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Yeah, they were calling the Manhattan the 'Devil's Reef'. I wonder if I'd ordered a 'Mountain of Madness' they'd have made me a Mudslide :D
I'll suggest it to them!!!
Do they even stock ice cream?
That's a frozen mudslide. You can skip the ice cream in a regular Mudslide

Apparently I don't know my mudslides.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Yeah, they were calling the Manhattan the 'Devil's Reef'. I wonder if I'd ordered a 'Mountain of Madness' they'd have made me a Mudslide :D
I'll suggest it to them!!!

Do they even stock ice cream?

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captain yesterday wrote:
Oh! Oh! I know where Manhattan is! Pick me! Pick me!

I'll race you to it.

I won.

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Treppa wrote:
*whispers to CH "I don't think they know what a manhattan is."*

So this all started because there was a drink on the cocktail menu at Lovecraft with some fanciful name that was described as "whiskey, with sweet vermouth and a dash of bitters". I asked the waitress "So, what's the difference between that and a Manhattan" and she said "Yeah, it's a Manhattan, although I like that you know your cocktail recipes". So even the bar is betting we don't know what a Manhattan is :)

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Treppa wrote:
How can Manhattans be lightweight? They don't have any mixers, not even the splash of cola in a LIIT.

That's what I want to know.

Also, I am not a fan of cosmopolitans, but I maintain nothing will knock you on your ass faster. Pure high-proof booze that tastes like candy? Yeah, bad combination.

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It always does...

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Don't make me call you a lightweight again, Curtin.
Dems fightin' woids, Fluffy

Let's just celebrate that we're both less hungover than Dave.

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Don't make me call you a lightweight again, Curtin.

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Apparently women in Syracuse have big boobs.

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There is currently discussion about what year it is.

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We are all so drunk. Don't let anybody tell you otherwise.

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Mmmm waffles.

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Not unless you want to see me rolling d19s and crap like that.

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F@+%ing lightweight.

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We're already 5 or 6 deep.

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I slapped Dave Mallon in the face.

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Mmmm. This chicken is so good...

Oh wait, it's all gone now.

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Rawr! wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
I recently got a big credit increase, and now the challenge is not to use it, since I can't imagine how I'd pay off my cards if they were to max out,

"Max" out. Hee hee.

Groan...

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Patrick, I plan to stay in the hotel, so as not have to commute home at night after much liquor. I am good with the floor if that is what's available :)

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I recently got a big credit increase, and now the challenge is not to use it, since I can't imagine how I'd pay off my cards if they were to max out,

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
That works for me. I can come in earlier than that if Patrick (or anyone else) wants a your guide.
I'm thinking I'll be in town @10ish. If you want to come in and meet me at grand central, that would be excellent

I can do that!

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Ragadolf wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Ouchies Ragadolf. Hope tomorrow is better. And that you find a discounted fridge.

LOL, Thank you Friendly Ship. That makes two of us! ;)

Actually, this has been quite the interesting 6 months or so. If it was happening to someone ELSE, it'd be funny.

It it was a sit-com, it'd be hysterical.

In the last 6 months, I have;

Replaced my microwave oven,

Replaced my Dishwasher,

Replaced my Washer and Dryer,

REPAIRED my oven, (Not forking out the cash for a new one of THOSE!)

REPAIRED my Home AC, just in time to prevent Compressor damage and having to replace that,

And NOW Catastrophic Fridge Failure.
(Actually I like that term. I'm Trademarking it.) ;)

The good news? I'm running out of things to repair! It HAS to slow down soon! ;P

Ah yes, There comes a time where you have to laugh. Or else start crying. I prefer to laugh.

<Over heard at the Wizard's House, 'Mommy? Why is Daddy laughing like a crazy villain person??'>

On the bright side, look at all those nice new appliances!

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That works for me. I can come in earlier than that if Patrick (or anyone else) wants a your guide.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Hi!!!

Looks like we are passing over Illinois, not Wisconsin. I can't see you from here.

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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

Today I had an epiphany.

I am not ancient, but as of today, I realize I am older than any loyal hound or gentleman's dog (and any wretched feline) living in today's world.

R.I.P. Maggie the world's oldest dog.

That's 210 in dog years.

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Wuzzat?

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Flying home over some beautiful countryside.

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Freehold DM wrote:

Great night at the gym. Really getting into weight day. Did the leg machine- 100 reps with no rests at 120 pounds. Huzzah.

I'm ready for Saturday.

That's good, because we are going to fatten you up with fried chicken, bubble tea, cheese, and waffles.

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Callous Jack wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Pah! Stuff and nonsense from a hipster writer who turns a condemning eye to new York homelessness problem!
Fair enough. But the original station was an architectural jewel, and the new one is a hodgepodge of low ceilings, artificial light, and cheap, crumbling materials.
It's pretty depressing to see what the original Penn stations versus what we have today. And they tried to do the same thing to Grand Central too. Blah, no thanks, modern architecture really is quite terrible.

Now I think there is a lot of modern architecture that is beautiful. But Penn Station is not it.

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Callous Jack wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Pah! Stuff and nonsense from a hipster writer who turns a condemning eye to new York homelessness problem!
Fair enough. But the original station was an architectural jewel, and the new one is a hodgepodge of low ceilings, artificial light, and cheap, crumbling materials.
It's pretty depressing to see what the original Penn stations versus what we have today. And they tried to do the same thing to Grand Central too. Blah, no thanks, modern architecture really is quite terrible.

...hmm...

I didn't know you lived in the area...

is suspicious

*innocent smile*

Don't be coy. Not when there's a Lovecraft Bar outing at stake.

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