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Pathfinder Society Member. 6,975 posts (20,101 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 28 aliases.


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The leader shrugged.

Poul Anderson, "The Tupilak" in Flashing Swords! *4: Barbarians and Black Magicians, edited by Lin Carter.

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The International Submarine Band--Safe at Home

I had the Nyambe book when it first came out. Liked it a lot. Tried running a campaign based on it, but my players opted instead to be fantasy European-derived characters dinosaur hunting in Nyambe*. Broke my heart, but what are you gonna do?

*Mostly, I couldn't convince them to try out the dodge mechanic. They really wanted to wear lots of armor.

Wow, I haven't watched a movie since April?!?

Be Kind, Rewind

I think what did it for me was all the Fats Waller.

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Eno--Here Come the Warm Jets

Nick Drake--Five Leaves Left

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Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Red Garland--Groovy

4d6 ⇒ (2, 4, 1, 2) = 9
4d6 ⇒ (4, 1, 5, 2) = 12
4d6 ⇒ (1, 2, 3, 4) = 10
4d6 ⇒ (1, 3, 1, 6) = 11
4d6 ⇒ (6, 2, 4, 5) = 17
4d6 ⇒ (5, 5, 5, 5) = 20

Daily Musical Interludes: Tribute to Comrade Omar Version

A brief collection of some of Comrade Omar's Favorite Tunez, Pt. 1

Fly Young Red--"Throw That Boy Pussy"
Bruce Springsteen--"Atlantic City"
Insane Clown Posse--"Miracles" "F@!@ing magnets, how do they work?"
The Pogues--"Transmetropolitan"
Gucci Mane--"Do The Dishes (My Kitchen)"

Prince Be, R.I.P.


Set Adrift on Memory Bliss

Limeylongears wrote:

The Family Apostolic

Really good cosmic US folk rock.

I like it.

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Books to Bring on Summer Vacation in Brooklyn

Suetonius--The Twelve Caesars (I'm in the middle of Caligula)

Gaius (Caligula) was pretty good, but shiznit got kicked up a whole notch in the book on Nero.

You can tell it's getting much closer to Suetonius' time, there's way more awesome quotes. Lots of stuff to steal for an evil empire game.

Super Jumper

ABBB/Van Halen mash-up. The videos go together better than the songs, methinks.

Books to Bring on Summer Vacation in Brooklyn

Karl Marx--Capital, Volume 1: A Critique of Political Economy
Suetonius--The Twelve Caesars (I'm in the middle of Caligula)
Daniel Guerin--Fascism and Big Business
Charles W. Chesnutt--The Conjure Stories

and, if I finish all that, (well, I only have to read another chapter in Capital) I'll move on to La Principessa's copy of A Clash of Kings.

Fun band I met at the benefit for Syrian Refugees this past Friday, although when I saw them they were only a two-piece.

Streight Angular--"Want Some More"

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Cannonball Adderley--Somethin' Else

Never had any interest in these books, which have been mentioned quite a few times on these boards, until this exchange.

Now I want to check it out for myself.


Mark Anthony wrote scornfully that Augustus' great-grandfather had only been a freedman, a rope-maker from the neighbourhood of Thurii; and his grandfather, a money-changer.

Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, The Twelve Caesars

I was not particularly upset that Ratso, McGovern, and Brennan knew about Uptown Judy.

--Kinky Friedman, Elvis, Jesus and Coca-Cola

therealthom wrote:
I do want to find out more about Stanley now. Can anyone recommend a good biography?

No, but he featured prominently in the beginning of an excellent (though depressing) book on Africa, The Scramble for Africa: White Man's Conquest of the Dark Continent, From 1876 to 1912 by Thomas Pakenham.

IIRC, he was kind of a dick.

Get 'em, gobbo!


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Aaron Bitman wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

I didn't believe you, but you're right, it looks awesome.


What do you think of Goblin Quest by Jim C. Hines?

Never heard of it.

Was looking to drastically change genres last night and started reading Kinky Friedman's Elvis, Jesus and Coca-Cola. Blew through the first half in an hour before falling asleep.

I should read more detective stories.

I didn't believe you, but you're right, it looks awesome.


In that case, it sounds awesome!

Spaceman 3--Playing with Fire

"Nobody Likes a Goblin"?!?

Sounds like racist crap.

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Etta James--At Last!

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Many happy returns, CC!

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Don't remember if this made it to the WPZO thread before, but just saw it again on FB:

Monkees/Iron Maiden mash-up

Limeylongears wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
There's a very, very short list of listenable songs by The Eagles, and this song is at the top.
Is it me, or does the riff at the beginning sound rather like the one that opens 'Another Girl, Another Planet'?

Drive-By Truckers--"Marry Me"

Kajehase wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Web comic about the Bronte sisters
From Kate Beaton's delightful Hark, a vagrant

While the Cloak and Dagger jokes are funny, I am wondering if I am missing Bronte sister jokes on another page?

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Straight Outta Hogwarts

Gangsta wizards wear their seat belts, apparently.

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Web comic about the Bronte sisters

RadiantSophia wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
RadiantSophia wrote:

My favoritist album of all The Trials of Vanoccupanther by Midlake

I really can't explain why I like this, I guess it just hits all the good spots.
I like it because it's better at being mid '70s Fleetwood Mac than mid '70s Fleetwood Mac were.
Now you have me listening to Rumours.

Now I'm taping Rumours for in-car listening.

The Kink Kontroversy

Monday Morning Jazz Brunch

Fats Navarro

I can't find the album I'm actually listening to on the internet, so you get this youtube mix.

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Never mind the bus pass: punks look back at their wildest days

Lesley Woods from The Au Pairs ended up a barristed; Terry "Tory Crimes" Chimes from The Clash, a chiropractor; Steve Ignorant from Crass, a lifeboatman.

I don't know what a lifeboatman is.

Paris--Sleeping with the Enemy

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Merle Haggard and the Strangers--Sing a Sad Song

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Epic Rap Battles of History: J. R. R. Tolkien vs George R. R. Martin

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