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May he rest peacefully after such a glorious sendoff.


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For once, the website is going down at a time at actually affects me.


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If that doesn't make Treppa smile, nothing will.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I should've mentioned above, I was also wearing a Green Lantern shirt.

That saves the outfit.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Okay: Steven Universe, and, now, Realm's Theme. Thanks, Orthos. ;P

Good work there Orthos.


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Tacticslion wrote:
I cannot get Steven Universe songs out of my head. Glorious.

One of the most wonderful musical scores I have heard in a western animated show.


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Sharoth wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
He's from New York City.

HEY!

I'm from BROOKLYN.

Get it RIGHT!

You're right. That's worse. Much worse.

HEY!!!!!!


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Celestial Healer wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Same as downtown Seattle, the General regularly told me so (she worked two blocks from the Space Needle).

Captain Yesterday Fun Fact: I have almost no sense of smell, very little sense of taste, but the eyes of a hawk.

Have i mentioned how awesome Seattle is yet.

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.

Oh no! It was LA. Thanks for the correction, CH.


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Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Also, Orthos, at least, I think, likes GA, too (and maybe Atlanta?). So, you know: it's at least three of us. :D

I haven't been to Atlanta except to use the airport, but both times I did so it was a very pleasant experience (minus my own plane-phobic stress). Otherwise I don't have anything against it that I don't have against any other large city (in that, I don't like large cities and find them too claustrophobic, too crowded, and too ideologically dissimilar from myself).

Northern Georgia where I live and have traveled regularly is very pleasant countryside and wonderful spring/summer/autumn driving-with-the-windows-down territory.

I, too, had a HORRIBLE experience at the Atlanta airport. I think I posted about that way back when.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Treppa wrote:
So for some reason people in here have been strenuously hating on my parents' professions, my home town, and my home state. What the heck? This place is so damned negative, it's not fun anymore.
If it makes you feel any better, my beloved San Francisco consistently smells like stale piss.

CH was telling me about that once. It was apparently quite awful.


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Treppa wrote:
So for some reason people in here have been strenuously hating on my parents' professions, my home town, and my home state. What the heck? This place is so damned negative, it's not fun anymore.

I'm sorry, I didn't know you were from Atlanta, I wouldn't have asked the question.


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Ragadolf wrote:

Sigh, another Mardi Gras weekend,... then Mardi Gras.

Going to a parade can be fun, but after so many years of living through Mardi Gras in Louisiana, I am just to the point of;

"WHY am I standing in the <insert cruddy weather here> trying to catch cheap-@$$ plastic beads in the middle of a crowd of ravenous and RUDE bead-starved maniac @$$-hats who will happily knock you over to catch the throws that if we do catch we are only going to throw away or store in the garage until it overflows?!?!"

Or, it might just be me today. Because,...

<a-Hem>

HAppy Birthday to Meeeeee!
HAppy Birthday to MEeeeeeee!
Happy Birthday old wizaaaaaaard!
You can no longer pretend your twenty-Threeeeee!

Yes. It is the 25th anniversary of my 25th birthday. I AM the dreaded FIVE-OH.

I still maintain that it isn't the years, it's the mileage. :)
Eh, either way, I'm doomed :/

Happy Mardi Gras weekend to all!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANCIENT SPELLSLINGER!!!!


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captain yesterday wrote:
He's from New York City.

HEY!

I'm from BROOKLYN.

Get it RIGHT!


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Tacticslion wrote:

CH liked it, so Imma give you mooooore!

Tacticslion wrote:

Working on the idea for my drow game.

** spoiler omitted **...

** spoiler omitted **...

Wow. This is nice. And this is coming from someone who hates drow due to Forgotten Realms influence.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I had swine flu.

I'd rather not describe how terrible it was, let's just say, a fever consistently in the 102-104 degree range for over a week was the least uncomfortable part of it.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW


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Celestial Healer wrote:

I could have done without all the snow this morning, Freehold.

I am way too busy at work, so I had to drag my butt in through the snow anyway.

Hey man, I'm out in sunny California, where it has been quite chilly in Laguna, so it's not me this time.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
Move to Medellin, Colombia, city of eternal spring. It's where I want to retire. It's on the equator, but in the mountains, so it never gets hotter than 80 or colder than 60 year round.

Sounds like hell.


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captain yesterday wrote:
It's too bad I'm the only one residing in the tundra. :-)

Yeah...


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Mac. Pah.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:

Dude. Financial aid comes in, and within a day I've already taken out a sizeable chunk:

Google Nexus 9 (Old tablet is fin)
Carrying case
Two Kate Ascher books related to my university major
4 textbooks (soon I'll buy a 5th, the most expensive)
Box cutter (the orange disposables at work go dull after two uses)
Box cutter blades
64 GB USB/Micro USB flash drive (for the tablet and for moving stuff between university computers)

All of that was over $400. Still, given the number of textbooks, that's probably pretty cheap.

I'm amazed you got away with just four textbooks for $400. In my days as a community college professor, I learned that the single-most-useful thing I could do for a course was:

(1) Contact the publisher of my textbook, and tell them I'd like evaluation copies.
(2) Publishers, being odd, would send me 3-4, instead of just the 1 I ordered.
(3) Loan the extra books to the financially-needy students in my class.

I never lost a book, the publishers never complained, and I felt like I was doing my little bit.

Textbook prices are just plain stupid. And I used to do contracting work for McGraw-Hill, so I "owe 'em".

Well, one class is a Humanities class that uses novels instead of traditional texts, another professor allows an out of date edition that costs $15 (new edition is around $100), and the other two I was able to rent instead of buy. The textbook I still need to buy is about $110, and not available used. The big driver of costs this time around was the tablet.

there was no renting back in my day....


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NobodysHome wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:

Dude. Financial aid comes in, and within a day I've already taken out a sizeable chunk:

Google Nexus 9 (Old tablet is fin)
Carrying case
Two Kate Ascher books related to my university major
4 textbooks (soon I'll buy a 5th, the most expensive)
Box cutter (the orange disposables at work go dull after two uses)
Box cutter blades
64 GB USB/Micro USB flash drive (for the tablet and for moving stuff between university computers)

All of that was over $400. Still, given the number of textbooks, that's probably pretty cheap.

I'm amazed you got away with just four textbooks for $400. In my days as a community college professor, I learned that the single-most-useful thing I could do for a course was:

(1) Contact the publisher of my textbook, and tell them I'd like evaluation copies.
(2) Publishers, being odd, would send me 3-4, instead of just the 1 I ordered.
(3) Loan the extra books to the financially-needy students in my class.

I never lost a book, the publishers never complained, and I felt like I was doing my little bit.

Textbook prices are just plain stupid. And I used to do contracting work for McGraw-Hill, so I "owe 'em".

blessings upon you.

I still have flashbacks to the time I was forced to buy two books because the professor or his main squeeze wrote them. 200 plus dollars each.

The school bookstore/library racket was no joke back in the day....


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TOZ wrote:
My wife's grandmother passed away yesterday. It's turned our plans for the week upside down for the most part. But it looks like she will still be able to make it to Disney next weekend. After this weekend with family, I imagine she'll need it.

damn. I literally just spent three days with my own wife's grandmother. She is in her 90s and i enjoyed every moment. She has no fear of death, and is waiting for her time with patience, and is caring for her great grandchild happily and spends the rest of het time watching daytime tv. I will miss her when she goes.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

For those of you who've never worked education, that attitude, by the way, is unheard of. It's all coddle the slow and ignore the smart because we'll work independently, which if you can't guess by my attitude, I'm not a fan of. The smart get done in two minutes when working alone, bored, and then we disrupt the hell out of the average while the slow are being tended to.

It was my bane while teaching, and why I think it's idiocy that we don't have classes separated based on abilities so teachers can teach to the levels that need it.

But as I said, Mr. C WAS retiring, so he gave zero f***s about the system. God bless him.

I used to tutor. The smart kids were a*##~@+s who flipped out the instant their innate genius exhausted. The average kids who paid attention did fine, possibly because they had no shame in asking for help, although they may have had problems with paying attention. The kids who neither paid attention nor asked for help tended not to bother anyone, so they rarely crossed paths with me. Those that did usually just learned in a radically different way than I or other people did- very much like my father that way.

The old "different levels" thing has been disproven in practice so many times it is funny- I forget that kid n play movie that did it first, but there was an episode of Clarence that did it best imo. I get that teaching is nonsencially difficult, but teacher are also more human than human, and it is the rare teacher that is going to take the difficult and/or dumb kids and be paid the same rate as those who have kids who teach themselves without complaint.


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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Quick update on me since aeglos asked.

1) I'm doing fine.
2) GenCon 2016 badges purchased and hotel procured. Indy here I come.
3) I've traded insane work hours for insane travel. Just returned from 10 days in China. That was fun, educational, and tiring.
4) Fortunately, we are in a hiring mode at work so I've gotten some help which has given me a little more time. Therefore, more time to post!

Good to be back.

Do you still run your own consulting practice?

consulting went into hiatus once I joined this company full time. I still keep my company active just in case however.

Edit. Oops, it's a bit drafty all of a sudden

Good to see you back man.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I liked almost all of my teachers, save for my 4th grade teacher who is responsible for my hatred of math.

Will never forgive the multiplication table for existing, or the school system for throwing out everything I learned about multiplication in 3rd grade ahead of schedule(which resembles what's being done in kumon and those other weird advanced placement extra curricular fancy-schamncy semi-schools with their focus on concepts, as well as a bit of the common core thing people seem to be complaining about today).

I tried to do long multiplication in my navigation lecture today. I couldn't. It's been so long I no longer remember how. And forget about long division.

It's just multiplication that causes the bad flashbacks. It was perhaps the first time in my life where I had my mom believe someone else's version of events over my own, which may be the cause of some deep-seated issues.

Division, I have no problem with. Love doing long division, probably because I was only taught one way to do it.


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I liked almost all of my teachers, save for my 4th grade teacher who is responsible for my hatred of math.

Will never forgive the multiplication table for existing, or the school system for throwing out everything I learned about multiplication in 3rd grade ahead of schedule(which resembles what's being done in kumon and those other weird advanced placement extra curricular fancy-schamncy semi-schools with their focus on concepts, as well as a bit of the common core thing people seem to be complaining about today).


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Yes, please. Dungeon Master Player 15/Dungeon Master 13/Monk 2(I'm out of practice!)

Ontarom:

Though Ontarom's surface is uncomfortably hot, its nitrogen-oxygen atmosphere and abundant, shallow seas make it an ideal candidate for habitation by most known species.

Unfortunately, the orbit of the moon of Thonal has been slowly decaying since the system coalesced. Its proximity is beginning to have tidal effects, and its dynamo-like revolution through Ontarom's magnetic field is generating increasingly powerful electric storms.

While some have suggested emplacement of mass effect drives in an attempt to lighten the moon and correct its orbit, the scale of such a project – tens of thousands of drives, costing enough to bankrupt the governments of all the Citadel races – make it a pipe dream. A multi-racial effort is underway to catalogue and preserve the unique genetic diversity of Ontarom's vibrant young biosphere. ExoGeni Corp. and Heyuan Genomics represent the Alliance's share of the effort.

When humans settled on Ontarom, the asari derided it as foolish, but today the humans look prescient. The communications hub they set up on the planet has hundreds of quantum communicators, whose information is spread through broadcast on the planet and beamed out via comm buoy.

Sixteen years ago, the Systems Alliance established the first dish field on Ontarom, defying the tidal disruptions and electrical storms that periodically sweep across the planet. The facility has since grown into a crucial communications hub for the Alliance.

Trade between the Alliance base and nearby human settlements sustains planetary unity. The Alliance also trains and hires colonists to maintain the quantum communicators, further strengthening the bond between locals and the military forces that use the comm stations.

Although most of the communication relays serve the military, a coalition of Ontarom's businesses has begun construction on a civilian broadcast hub. The local Alliance commander has offered the help of the military's technical experts, making Ontarom a symbol of civilian and military cooperation.

Noveria:

Noveria is a small, frozen terrestrial world, barely habitable by conventional definitions. It is privately chartered by the Noveria Development Corporation, who lease out labs to perform research too dangerous or controversial to be performed elsewhere. Given Noveria's unique situation, it is the source of many wild conspiracy theories.

Noveria is a world with most of its hydrosphere locked up in massive glaciers. A privately-chartered colony world, the planet is owned by Noveria Development Corporation holding company. The NDC is funded by investment capital from two dozen high technology development firms, and administrated by an Executive Board representing their interests.

The investors built remote hot labs in isolated locations across Noveria's surface. These facilities are used for research too dangerous or controversial to be performed elsewhere, as Noveria is technically not part of Citadel space and therefore exempt from Council law.

Noveria features the Skadi Mountains, where the isolated lab Peak 15 is situated in, and the Aleutsk Valley, a pass between Port Hanshan and Peak 15. Locales known to Noverian denizens include a resort at the equator that provides amenities like accredited asajura fields and caters to other leisure activities like bouncebacking and diving.

Feros:

The ExoGeni Corporation has founded a pilot colony on Feros to explore the Prothean ruins that blanket two-thirds of the planet's land mass. The atmosphere is fouled with dust. Terrestrial travel is hampered by crumbled debris dozens of meters deep. There are indications that Feros was a much colder world in the past. Feros has two large moons, Orcan (the farther) and Vardet.

Feros is a habitable world in the Attican Beta cluster. Two-thirds of the habitable surface is covered with the ruins of crumbling Prothean megalopolis. In the millennia since the Prothean extinction, the ruins have been picked over by looters many times.

Feros was considered a poor prospect for colonization, as little open ground remains for agriculture. The only sizable fresh water sources are the poles, which are tapped by the decaying Prothean aqueduct system. The dead cities, while in good condition considering their antiquity, are of uncertain stability. Ground level is congested by a dozen meters of fallen debris, and the air is fouled by dust.

In 2178, the human ExoGeni Corporation announced its intention to place a permanent colony on Feros, to thoroughly explore the ruins. The pioneer settlement was placed on the upper levels of the several intact skyscrapers, using the surviving Prothean aqueducts and rooftop hydroponics gardens to support the population.

Nepheron:

Nepheron is a barren, volcanic terrestrial world with an atmosphere of carbon dioxide and krypton. Its surface is mainly composed of sodium with deposits of magnesium.

Aside from displays of geologic beauty (including many spectacular volcanoes), this barren world is of little interest. Entries relating to Nepheron in the astronomical database are sparse.

Nonuel:

WARNING: Level 1 Heat Hazard

Though it is one of the oldest entries in the star charts, Nonuel has not yet been fully mapped. It is the largest body in the asteroid belt of the blue star Plutus, not only large enough to maintain a spherical shape, but also massive enough to maintain the noxious carbon and sulphur dioxides venting from its many volcanoes as an atmosphere.

Nonuel is rabidly volcanic, and the source of its great heat is also the source of its inordinate mass. Nonuel is a "secondary source" of element zero, coalesced around a large chunk of eezo ejected by a supernova billions of years ago.

Surface conditions are extremely hazardous. In addition to the thin crust and numerous magma flows, wide stretches of the landscape are coated with slippery ash and cinders ejected from the volcanoes.

Chohe:

Chohe is a terrestrial planet whose surface is mainly composed of aluminum, with numerous deposits of calcium. Though it has enough mass to retain a dense atmosphere, Chohe is nearly a vacuum. This lack of atmosphere allows a moderate average temperature, but the differences between night and day are extreme.

The surface of Chohe's sunward-facing side is usually covered by a haze of volatiles (mainly water vapor and carbon dioxide), which return to the ground as frost over the course of the long, cold night.

The Sirta Foundation has established a research outpost on Chohe to investigate the native subterranean life of Chohe, which shows incredible resilience to extremes of heat and cold.

Sharjila:

WARNING: Level 1 Pressure Hazard

Sharjila has a very dense atmosphere of ammonia and oxygen. Its temperate surface is mainly composed of alumina with deposits of sulfur. Comm buoys in the system have recently logged a number of unregistered vessels operating nearby.

Sharjila has an extensive silicon-based, oxygen-breathing ecology. Heavily populated areas are covered with fine silica (silicon dioxide) dust, the respiratory by-product of the world's higher animal forms. High-speed surface winds, often laden with abrasive silica dust, present a hazard. In areas where the wind deposits a great deal of silica, footing can be treacherous. EVAs are discouraged.

Antibaar:

Antibaar is a cold terrestrial world with an atmosphere of methane and argon. Its frozen surface is mainly composed of iron with deposits of magnesium. The world has been noted as a possible target for long-term terraforming; if the atmosphere could be increased to the thickness of Earth's, the global average temperature would rise by 10 degrees Celsius.

Antibaar's combination of low temperatures, high speed surface winds, and low visibility make it dangerous to explore on foot.

Casbin:

Casbin is a classic "pre-garden" terrestrial world, with conditions similar to those on Earth millions of years ago. Its hot, humid atmosphere is mainly composed of nitrogen and carbon dioxide. An increasing amount of the surface is covered by simple lichen and algae. Should no unexpected calamity occur, these tiny plants will change the atmosphere to an Earth-like nitrogen-oxygen mix over the next few millennia.

Due to its potential for future habitability and sapient life, Casbin has been designated a Sanctuary World by the Citadel Council. Landing is prohibited by law, and any disturbance of the fragile young ecosystem will result in harsh fines and imprisonment.

At present, the planet is passing through the debris trail of a long-period comet.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

I've been considering cancelling a lot lately. I'm pretty stressed out from work, buying a PoS lemon car, and three infections in two weeks.

I don't know if I can handle the stress of a kid with issues on top of that.

It's been a long road to get this far, with 9 weeks of classes and paperwork like you wouldn't believe, but I figure it's better to cancel now than find out it's too much for me and have a poor kid bounced to another location along the way. Each placement is supposed to be worse for their sense of security, etc.

I'm just concerned the stress will be too much when you add it to the pile.

its...not easy. This may not be the best time,truth be told. But only you can be the judge of that. If so, DO NOT beat yourself up. It's a major life event and something that, unlike most, you can put off for a few moments. Take the addition to your family on only when you can make it seem like a home, and not a layover.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Happy Belated Birthday, Lynora! And Happy Un-Birthday too!

Edit: Nekkid birthday greetings? Oh my!

now that's my kind of birthday greeting.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
If it helps, I think all beer tastes terrible.
I've never drank it so I can't vouch for the taste, but I'll say that all beer smells terrible, which does not bode well for taste.
I went through my teens convinced that beer was a terrible practical joke played on everyone by aliens; who would willingly drink that stuff?
Beer was the dumbest reason for refraining from living as hunter-gatherers and starting a settled farming civilization...

Gasp!

Drejk wrote:
Quote:
Then my German professor gave me German beer, and I could actually see drinking it for the taste. A few months later, traveling in England, a Londoner bought me a pint of draft Guinness from a London pub. Divine!
Urgh... Guinness... Blergh.
{coldly:} I don't know you. {turns her back}

so, guiness will be served at the reception, then?


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Yay for getting the stitches removed from my head!

awww....I wanted to see....


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lynora wrote:

Today is my birthday. I am 39. Woo! I managed not to die for 39 years! Woo! :P

It's a pretty quiet birthday, which suits me. Slept in, although not as long as I had planned as they were installing new flooring in the apartment next door and the pounding was so loud that there was nowhere in our apartment where we could get away from it. So that kinda sucked. But them's the breaks when you choose apartment living. Once I was up, I made crepes for brunch. I found this really good recipe made with almond flour and cream cheese. I couldn't decide between sweet and savory so I had half of mine with cheese and sautéed mushrooms and half with strawberry slices and whipped cream. I still haven't mastered the fine art of the crepe flip, so they weren't exactly pretty, but they were at least delicious. :)
Then I got dressed in my best clothes (because a birthday is an excellent excuse for wearing a beaded velvet kimono...not that I need the excuse, but sometimes it's nice to have) and the kidlet and I went to the bookstore, which provided a welcome respite from the noise. I found a couple of cool crafting books on how to make your own patterns, one for sewing and one for knitting. And in a little bit I will make a fondue feast for dinner. I already baked a cheesecake for my birthday cake last night. Trying out a new recipe for Japanese style cheesecake. We'll see how that turned out. I'm also making dessert fondue just in case. :P
My husband was all feeling bad about how much I was cooking for my birthday, but I'm all like I get a whole day to try new recipes when nobody can complain about them! ;P

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LYNORA

you know, I have always had a thing for older women...

eyebrow waggle


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I *knew* I forgot my pants!


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NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
If it helps, I think all beer tastes terrible.
I've never drank it so I can't vouch for the taste, but I'll say that all beer smells terrible, which does not bode well for taste.

I went through my teens convinced that beer was a terrible practical joke played on everyone by aliens; who would willingly drink that stuff?

Then my German professor gave me German beer, and I could actually see drinking it for the taste. A few months later, traveling in England, a Londoner bought me a pint of draft Guinness from a London pub. Divine!

There are still very, very, VERY few beers I will drink for pleasure, but if you get a good one, you finally understand the obsession

Trader Joe's Oatmeal Stout is the cheapest one I can think of that I really like. But I'm a stout kinda guy. I like reds and lagers. I've never met an IPA nor a wheat beer that I liked, or could even tolerate.

But ah, during grad school in Davis, sitting on the Sudwerk patio in 100-degree weather sucking down a 1-litre mertzen and a platter of onion rings and hot wings! Those were the days!

Ooooh, Trader Joe's Oatmeal Stout!


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Wasn't picked for Wayfinder this time.
Damn. I'm sorry man.

Well, that sucks. Don't let it get you down, Drejk. Your stuff is good, and 3P publishers think so too, 'cause they've been buying it and publishing it. :)

We've been crowded out of Wayfinder by darn upstart whippersnappers! In my day, your submission had to go through at least two editors, uphill and backwards, both ways!

Ambrosia Slaad previously wrote:

...PFU comments...

I'm still processing OA. Hopefully my submission with two psychic-themed archetypes will make it into this upcoming Wayfinder. If they don't make it in, Yesterday, you're welcome to use them.

Neither my critter (picklebug) nor my archetypes were picked for Wayfinder either. Not sure they'll be any use (or any interest) to you, Yesterday, but here the archetypes are: the mindkiller and mind assassin (scroll down past the vishkanya stuff).
I want to see this picklebug.
And here's the picklebug.

What a cool little critter!!!!


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aeglos wrote:

Hi everyone,

have you seen the "goodbye my dwarven friend" thread?
we lost a former FaWtLy in the 8th Dwarf :-(

We mourn his loss


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Afternoon, all. What did I miss?

Tell 'em, CH.


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Treppa wrote:
Cap'n Yesterday's Winter Bliss wrote:
You never even notice if it's cold.
Baloney.

Clearly, you have never enjoyed carnal activities with me and my superheated body.

No, really, I radiate heat. Friends who fear cold seek me out in the winter when outdoors, for I am super warm all the time.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

Mind you, the beach is a good go-to when you're a teenager with parents at both homes, no money for a hotel, and a very, very easy girlfriend.

Doesn't mean it's quality. It's an act of desperation and a lack of quality beachside security.

You're trying to make this sound bad. Not working.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

No, trust me. Anyone who thinks in a pool is a good idea has never tried. On a beach or the ocean is the same.

I live in Florida. I know these things. Its been thoroughly researched by myself and many of my classmates. Overrated movie hack garbage.

Still doin it.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:
Ok I will bite what is thunder snow?
THE GREATEST THING EVER!!!!

Gonna respectfully disagree. Naked women continue to be listed among the category "thing" of which to be greatest. Can't believe greater.

Have men fought wars and lied and said they like crappy romantic comedies for the remote possibility of maybe seeing thunder snow? Has friend battled friend over thunder snow? Is their a multibillion dollar industry devoted to the exploitation and filming of thunder snow?

I think not.

When women take their tops off, I see thunder snow, a'la American Beauty.


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Damn.

Miss that guy.


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Really, really badly, it seems.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Wasn't picked for Wayfinder this time.
Damn. I'm sorry man.

Well, that sucks. Don't let it get you down, Drejk. Your stuff is good, and 3P publishers think so too, 'cause they've been buying it and publishing it. :)

We've been crowded out of Wayfinder by darn upstart whippersnappers! In my day, your submission had to go through at least two editors, uphill and backwards, both ways!

Ambrosia Slaad previously wrote:

...PFU comments...

I'm still processing OA. Hopefully my submission with two psychic-themed archetypes will make it into this upcoming Wayfinder. If they don't make it in, Yesterday, you're welcome to use them.

Neither my critter (picklebug) nor my archetypes were picked for Wayfinder either. Not sure they'll be any use (or any interest) to you, Yesterday, but here the archetypes are: the mindkiller and mind assassin (scroll down past the vishkanya stuff).

I want to see this picklebug.


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Aranna wrote:
Ok I will bite what is thunder snow?

THE GREATEST THING EVER!!!!


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HOLY S%%! I CAN PLAY SUPER MARIO CROSSOVER ON THIS THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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captain yesterday wrote:
Yay! Thunder snow!

0o0

NO FAIR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Aranna wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Aranna wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Aranna wrote:

Anyone else catching Superbowl fever out there?

I am. I have a Broncos outfit. I have a couple cases of Bud Light (in the Superbowl cans. And I am going to prepare hand made pizza rolls with top quality mozzarella, pepperoni, grilled Italian sausage, and fresh red onion... and for the Veggie lovers they will be top quality cheddar, fresh broccoli, sweet peppers, and mushrooms.

Please tell me those are for decoration only, and not for human (or inhumane) consumption...

Is it that bad? And yes I know it's just alcoholic water but the food is supposed to be the star of the event not the beer.

Well, my feeling about it is that it's not quite alcoholic water, but "alcoholic water with an unnecessarily bitter and sour aftertaste". Even in our punker days when we needed plenty of beer cheap, we went with Mickey's Big Mouth Lager instead of Bud or Coors because they just tasted bad to us.

But to each his or her own...

Ok truth be told the beer was a gift to me from Budwiser and I wasn't going to drink all that Bud Light on my own so having a super bowl party seemed the smartest thing to do.

You could also use it to wash your drinkware.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

On another note - absolutely loving Hellsing Ultimate Abridged.

I'm convinced TFS can do no wrong.

"Get the police girl a gun."
"I have a gun."
"Get her a bigger gun. Like...a Canon. B****es love canons."

Next scene

"HOLY CRAP THATS AN ANTITANK GUN!"
"B****es. Love. Canons."

I enjoy the abridged serieses in small doses.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

It's all pisswater.

Wanna prove me wrong?

Have you EVER seen someone voluntarily drink non alcoholic beer?

If it were for the flavor, surely those would sell to more than sad alcoholics trying to hold off a desire to sate their desperation.

I rest my case.

I have. But they were all people who could not enjoy regular alcoholic beverages for some reason.

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