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And remember that in a friendly PbP, no one cares whether you know the rules.
captain yesterday wrote:
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.
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.
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Do you still run your own consulting practice?
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...
Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
I've heard that as well.
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.)
Maybe that's what we're doing wrong. We order pizza, but the pizza is really good, so people come back.
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.