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RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 16,972 posts (25,250 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 55 aliases.


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
HE SAID YES!
Did you have any doubt, cause I didn't.

It's true I already knew what the answer was going to be.

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But don't mention it on FB, for those on there. I have people I need to tell individually before it gets out on social media.

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HE SAID YES!!!

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HE SAID YES!

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Shepard. Cortez. In the back of the shuttle...

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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captain yesterday wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:

To sum up the drought at our house, I have a friggin brick in my toilets

Oh god is that what the future holds, everyone has a s$$~ covered brick in their toilets!

That needs to be the cautionary tale of climate change, not the sea will rise by 2030 or we could hypothetically have a new ice age in 20 years.

"If you don't change your habits, you too will have a s!~! covered brick in your toilet"

*shudder* works for me, I'm scared!!

I guess you could say he s~+~ a brick.

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Yep. I see a break coming on. I have to dash the 5 blocks back to the office before it starts raining again!

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When I went to lunch it was not raining, so I left my umbrella. Now I guess I am waiting awhile before I head back. Ugh.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Typical Sweden, get everyone drunk then loot and pillage:-)

Last time I went to Ikea, somebody stole all my livestock.

And then there was the time ABBA scuttled all my ships.

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Celestial Follower wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

So the hand specialist said my hand is still messed up because I've been favoring it so much. The ultrasound showed a foreign object as well though, probably glass, smaller than a grain of sand.

I get to do some intensive physical therapy. That may be all that is needed, but if it doesn't improve he may have to do something more invasive.

put that hand in the corner, and let the other one have more pudding and other treats. Be mean!
I brought the cone of shame so you won't mess with your hand, boss.

But I'm supposed to mess with it!

Doc implied that most of my problems are caused by being a baby, and I need to actually make the hand do work.

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So the hand specialist said my hand is still messed up because I've been favoring it so much. The ultrasound showed a foreign object as well though, probably glass, smaller than a grain of sand.

I get to do some intensive physical therapy. That may be all that is needed, but if it doesn't improve he may have to do something more invasive.

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lynora wrote:
Yuugasa wrote:
So there is a possibility that my other eye might go kaput soon as well so before the possible blindness sets in I've decided to play Skyrim again, last time I played it on ps3 with no expansions but now I'm playing it on steam with the full suite, any recommendations for mods to the game for an even funner experience?

Very sorry to hear that your eyes might get worse. :(

Kidlet says that Hearthfire, dragonborn, and dawn guard are all good. I wouldn't know since Skyrim makes me motion sick, but he's played enough hours of it that I figure he knows what he's talking about. :)

I too am sorry to hear about this, Yuugasa. Best wishes that they are able to find a treatment.

I enjoyed Dragonborn quite a bit, especially if you get into the black book stuff. I did it as a Mage, which was a good combo.

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I have so many tomatoes. So many.

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Icyshadow wrote:
That's quite something. Are you sure it wasn't a Danny DeVito impersonator though?

No question. He had a security guard and was letting some bypasser take a selfie.

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So... FHDM and I almost plowed right into Danny DeVito and his posse on the sidewalks of the East Village. I was telling a story and didn't realize who was there until I was getting annoyed by the short man blocking our path...

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And apparently in that post I was doing my best impression of John Cena in Trainwreck...

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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
I've heard good things about trainwreck, you think it's "theaterworthy"

Very funny, but I don't think it would lose anything if you decided to stream it or watch it on a DVD.

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

Sorry for another stall. Things are busy, and I seem to have lost my dungeon notes again...

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

Sorry for another stall. Things are busy, and I seem to have lost my dungeon notes again...

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Things have been kinda busy, but I've had time for fun stuff. We went to the movies to see Trainwreck and Antman over the past few days. Fun times.

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Evening, all. What did I miss?

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Mmmmm. Commander Shepard.

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Mmmmm. Steak.

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thejeff wrote:
Bob_Loblaw wrote:
thejeff wrote:
Bob_Loblaw wrote:

I did not see this coming!

Oh that's going to be a legal firestorm.

Awesome news though. Interesting to see if it holds up to review.

I don't think it will pass the higher courts. I can see them saying that sex =/= sexual orientation. I also agree with that interpretation. My sex does not determine my orientation. I can see them saying that the language needs to be clearer. I also want the language to specifically state that you cannot be fired for your sexual orientation. We can't have the law be that vague.

One thing that would certainly help is if someone was fired for being straight. That would be amazing. It would send the message that LGBT folks have been saying all along: it isn't right to be fired based on your orientation.

I can see the law protecting transgender folks. I can see the courts saying that, for the purposes of the law, gender identity and sex are the same thing.

The argument, as I understand it, isn't that "sex==sexual orientation", but that such discrimination is inherently based on sex, because you are punishing a man for being interested in men where you would not punish a woman for being interested in men (or vice versa).

It's an interesting bit of legal ju-jitsu. More logical than I initially thought. I'm not at all sure the courts will buy it.

I do agree we need more, but more isn't coming out of any Congress we're likely to have soon, so this will help in the meantime.

One can hope that if the courts were to question this ruling, it would draw attention to the lack of explicit protections in a way that is sorely lacking today.

69% of Americans thought employment discrimination against LGBT people was already legal. If this ruling were to get tied up in court, perhaps it would be the impetus to actually make that a reality.

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Freehold DM wrote:
2d6+6, with a 1d3 pool of bonus points in case of true mishaps.

I've converted to the school of point buy. I never thought I would.

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Nah. I grew up in upstate NY. I don't miss em.

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Looks lahk we got ta move ter Pluto.

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Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

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Happy Bastille Day-Birthday, Icy!

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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
And so it begins. Mass Effect 3.
I really hope you downloaded the extended cut.

Yep.

Also, Citadel, Omega, and Leviathan DLC.

Is it too late to download From Ashes?

I don't think so. I'll look for it.

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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
And so it begins. Mass Effect 3.
I really hope you downloaded the extended cut.

Yep.

Also, Citadel, Omega, and Leviathan DLC.

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Ernst Hermann Meyer--Symphony No. 3

Okay, the gong strike at the end is really cool.

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And so it begins. Mass Effect 3.

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Spose so.

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Freehold DM wrote:

Just saw the prices for autographs and photos.

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;_;

I'm sorry, CH. I can even afford to wave at takei, much less get an autograph or have him officiate a wedding....

Can you really put a price tag on the "Oh my" during the kiss?

I didn't think so.

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My lack of dancing skills has led some to suspect I may be a closet heterosexual.

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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
If I can get George Takei to officate the marriage ceremony for CH and John, that will get me out of having to buy a gift.
That would be epic.

I agree.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
My friend and bandmate is getting married on Saturday. Me, I'm just waiting for the right Shadow Broker to come along.

I literally cannot play mass effect and NOT start a relationship with liara. I tried. It is impossible.

I also choose Ashley every time. Because my GOD, what's-his-face(I have intentionally forgotten his name) is an embarrassment and should turn his manhood in at the start of the game.

I let them kill Ashley off because she was a bigot.
iirc, she was supposed to be far worse in me1- i read her as less of a bigot and more legitimately ignorant/war brat. She is much better in me3.

Too late. Already dead.

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David M Mallon wrote:
My friend and bandmate is getting married on Saturday. Me, I'm just waiting for the right Shadow Broker to come along.

I literally cannot play mass effect and NOT start a relationship with liara. I tried. It is impossible.

I also choose Ashley every time. Because my GOD, what's-his-face(I have intentionally forgotten his name) is an embarrassment and should turn his manhood in at the start of the game.

I let them kill Ashley off because she was a bigot.

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Evening, all. What did I miss?

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David M Mallon wrote:
My friend and bandmate is getting married on Saturday. Me, I'm just waiting for the right Shadow Broker to come along.

I hope you mean the asari Shadow Broker, and not the yahg. I mean, if that's what you're into, farbeit from me to criticize...

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captain yesterday wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Here's the thing about the Bay area, if you are unhappy with the weather drive 20 minutes and it will change pretty radically
In Wisconsin the saying is, if you don't like the weather, wait twenty minutes, it'll change:-)

That's what we used to say in Rochester, NY. I used to think we were special. Then I traveled and discovered that it is a saying in about two-thirds of the US...

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captain yesterday wrote:
like 71 degrees! how am i supposed to function in such inhospitably frigid temperatures!!!!!!
wouldn't it be great if that was the warmest it ever got?

Sometimes I daydream about moving to San Francisco just for the weather...

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NobodysHome wrote:

Whoof! *Snap* *Crackle* *Pop*. Middle-aged bones settling back into the atrocious-but-well-loved office chair.

Back from 8 days and 7 nights in Disneyland. Our "experiment" on extending the trip by 2 days was an unfortunately rousing success. Both NobodysWife and the kids declare the extra days a godsend because of the extra relaxation time. Trouble is,
(1) They cost a fortune, and
(2) Driving home on a Sunday turned a 7-hour "jaunt" into a 10.5-hour traffic nightmare. I really didn't mind the bumper-to-bumper traffic, but the huge number of people driving along at well under the speed limit who were having significant hallucinations and hence randomly hitting their brakes with nothing in front of them was truly appalling.

Anyway, work to catch up on, now that FaWtL is caught up.

Priorities, people!

Ahhh. Makes me miss California.

I maintain that in SoCal people ride their brakes even when there is no traffic because they are so used to gridlock that they don't know how to drive any other way.

"Oh crap! There's nobody in front of me. What do I do now?! Uh. Step on the brake, I guess."

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Morning, all. What did I miss?

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Orfamay Quest wrote:
thejeff wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:


So yeah, it's public opinion. But public opinion was pushed by the other things.

Overwhelmingly the change in public opinion was pushed by gay people coming out and convincing their on-the-fence friends and families that they weren't some weird dangerous Others after all. Along with a similar process in the media, with celebrities that people already liked coming out and LGB characters becoming more prevalent. Scientific arguments...
[citation needed]

Granted

For those who skim, when public opinion polls identified people who changed their minds in support of SSM, a plurality of those respondents cited personal experience with LGBT family members, friends, or coworkers as the reason they changed their position.

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Don't get me wrong, I adore my nieces and nephews. But I also adore the fact that I can return to my quiet house after a visit :)

Plus, fun uncles never get diaper duty.

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Sharoth wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
We are back from John's family get together. Went to Gettysburg, Hershey Park and some other cool places. It was nice, but I'm also glad to be home. Also, the experience has reaffirmed my desire to never raise children.
Oh Daddy Celestial Healer! Can I PLEASE be your bratty kid? PLEASE?!?

It depends on whether I am allowed to employ a leash, a muzzle, and (as needed) some tranquilizer darts.

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