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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
He was introduced in the first or second episode, I believe. I do love that character.
Male Celestial Cleric of Myself 10/Radiant Servant of Me 10
I believe we have:
Gaelin - human urban barbarian
(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.
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.
Glad you are on the mend!
Celestial Follower wrote:
Damn right! Nobody calls me normal and gets away with it!
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.
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!
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Plus, they look ridiculous.
Twinings English Breakfast is good.
Cap'n Yesterday, Vegetable King wrote:
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.
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.