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lynora wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Debating on whether I should start another play-through of Mass Effect. Or, as I like to call it, Virtual Friends Simulator, volumes I - III.
I....have to agree with this assessment of that series of video games. And I will probably be spending the evening playing more Mass Effect 3....Liara is totally that annoying friend who has issues with boundaries....
So...no hug?
lol. Of course you can have a hug. You're not Liara. Probably closer to James. ;P

goes to Lynora's house, does pull ups in her front yard showing off his perfectly sculpted body ...trading witticisms with CH


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Scintillae wrote:

So I met one of the instructional coaches. I was then informed she recognized my voice from "my video."

"...What video?" I asked, thinking perhaps they had recorded my interview since it was over webcam.
"Oh, what was it...a lit review of some sort."

I paused in puzzlement. I don't even have a video camera for making videos, and I don't review anyth-

...except for that one time when the library staff was asking for a variety of people to film book reviews for the blog and wanted a student involved in addition to the professors and faculty they had lined up...

...aaaaaand that while everyone else in on this review series was choosing meaningful classic books and socially significant commentaries, I'm blathering on about "I THINK SCIENCE FICTION IS COOL."

By this point, I am various shades of pink and facepalming to the point my glasses have all but left my head, and the coach is laughing.

heehee....

i would have hired you on the spot.


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I'm not a fan of psionics for the same reason I'm not a fan of samurai and ninjas - a combination of special snowflake elitism, intentional game derailing, and possibly intentionally misunderstood rules governing the class on the part of the zealots encouraging it's use.

that said, I LOVE Dark Sun. Weird.


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thejeff wrote:
Arturius Fischer wrote:


TheJeff wrote:
They've been accused of firing rockets from near civilians, storing weapons near civilians, having civilians on/in buildings Hamas was using, etc.

That is, in fact, exactly what using them as human shields is. They count on the Israelis not firing into those areas because they are hiding among the population. And it's not just accusations, those things have actually happened. Sometimes it even works. Sometimes it doesn't.

The difference, as you've pointed out, is that Israel considers this to be wrong and is willing to prosecute their own people who do it.

I wouldn't call a demotion much of a punishment.


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Steven Purcell wrote:
Readerbreeder wrote:
Steven Purcell wrote:

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The line must be drawn here! This far, no farther! And I will make them pay for what they have done!

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Star Trek: First Contact

One of the better ST movies: "And he piled upon the whale's white hump, the sum of all the rage and hate felt by his whole race. If his chest had been a cannon, he would have shot his heart upon it."

Correct!

Perhaps my all time fave.


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Taliesin Hoyle wrote:

You young people of today...

When I was eight years old, I moved from Oxford, to a gold mining town (Carletonville) in apartheid South Africa. My brother was eight years older than me. He went to university and came back with the red box. At the time, I was a wreck. I had gone through a series of traumas, with the worst two being my difficulty adapting to living in a fascist, racist, fundamentalist state, and surviving sexual abuse by an older boy. I had almost nothing to live for, but that red box gave me a sudden escape. I had already read The Hobbit, and I knew some mythology, but the ability to re-invent myself through D&D hit me with a force that I can still recall. I read the basic and expert rules under the covers with a flashlight, and even a candle, which singed the page with the third level cleric spells on it. It became the best thing in my life, and I naturally wanted to share my discovery with my peers.
Within short order, I was being punched in the gut by children who didn't even know me, spat on from balconies. I had my nine year old head flushed in a used toilet. A teacher confiscated my dice, as evil.
Three older boys grabbed me from the corridoor, into an empty classroom, held me down, and tried to perform an exorcism on me, using latin they probably got from a horror movie. I was sent by the school to a psychiatrist, for atheism, after my notebook was stolen, and handed to the guidance counsellor. I was told by well-meaning adults that I was going to go to hell, and that I had invited Satan into my life. I had one friend. He was also from England, and had the Greyhawk setting, box set. I endured.

In fairness, there was a lot of goofy stuff about my school life. My biology teacher handed out leaflets titled "Is the Kaffir an Ape, or Just a Sub-human?" We had more hours of religious teaching in a week, in my state school, than we had English lessons. We had regular canings and punishment by exercise. My history teacher took pains to explain to the class that carbon dating is a lie...

You deserve both justice and vengeance on every level. Disgusting things you had to go through.


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lynora wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
lynora wrote:

So much talk of whiskey....one of those things that I really really miss. :(

Allergies suck.

Rum is the only thing I have an allergy to, which is good and bad.

Sorry to hear about your allergies. If I recall, you have a lot of food allergies. :(

Yeah, I have serious (like can put me in the hospital serious) allergies to fish and wheat. And a bunch of metal sensitivities. So, you know, I'm only allergic to the stuff that's hard to avoid. The wheat allergy developed within the last year, so I'm still adjusting to all the stuff I can't ever have again. And then there's the list of things I'm not supposed to have because of my ear condition, but I occasionally cheat on anyways. Like alcohol (I can at least still have wine and cider) and caffeine. Chocolate is now a once every few months thing for me, and coffee or tea is like maybe twice a year. I'm not supposed to have salt either, but that's just crazy talk.
Oh man, that's really really difficult. How do you deal?

Well, mostly I don't have a choice. I try to just focus on the things I like that I can still have. And not as much eating out. It's just not safe what with the risk of cross contamination and all. The caffeine withdrawal was hard, but it was a choice between giving up caffeine or letting my ear disease progress to the point where they have to do an operation that permanently destroys my hearing. Even I don't like coffee that much. :)

But sometimes I do get bummed out when I can't have something that I really miss. Like whiskey, donuts, or Korean fried chicken. *shrug* But what can I do? I break out in hives if I even touch something that touched something with wheat in it. So I just gotta deal.

You can't have bonchon?!?!?!?

Dear god. CH and I need to get on a treatment, STAT.

CH! Cast..uh..Cure Serious Allergies or something!!!


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Okay.

Got new phone today. I've been paying down the credit card for awhile, and it has finally paid off. I will be texting people tomorrow to say hey with the new number. Wife got a plan that's relatively okay, although I'll be making heavy use of wi-fi as I no longer have unlimited data. Working together on this helped a bit, although things remain tense.

Rest of the day went well. The class was educational, and the person who ran it knows me from the day job over the phone at least- she wants to not only make a referral or two to the day job, she wants me to come back there and speak about my day job to others. I also networked there a bit and made contact with someone who is a part of a non profit that deals with reproductive health- she will let me know if there are any openings.

I guess all things considered, things have turned around a bit. I tried to cancel my phone service tonight, but i wasn't able to- I'll have to cancel it tomorrow. But I have a new Galaxy Note 3 and all my contacts AND apps came over with it. My notes from my last phone came over, and I put in the SD card, although some..ah..material..from my other phone is kinda stuck on it. But I can always find it again.

Finally, I have finished off yet another beer and Space Dandy STILL doesn't make sense. Perhaps the sub will be more coherent.


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lynora wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
lynora wrote:

So much talk of whiskey....one of those things that I really really miss. :(

Allergies suck.

Rum is the only thing I have an allergy to, which is good and bad.

Sorry to hear about your allergies. If I recall, you have a lot of food allergies. :(

Yeah, I have serious (like can put me in the hospital serious) allergies to fish and wheat. And a bunch of metal sensitivities. So, you know, I'm only allergic to the stuff that's hard to avoid. The wheat allergy developed within the last year, so I'm still adjusting to all the stuff I can't ever have again. And then there's the list of things I'm not supposed to have because of my ear condition, but I occasionally cheat on anyways. Like alcohol (I can at least still have wine and cider) and caffeine. Chocolate is now a once every few months thing for me, and coffee or tea is like maybe twice a year. I'm not supposed to have salt either, but that's just crazy talk.

Oh man, that's really really difficult. How do you deal?


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Drejk wrote:

Ooo! The post in which CH mentions that he is going for a date again! :D

Fun times, as I said!

I remember that day. Twas awesome. FOR THE GLORY OF CH!!!!!


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Irontruth wrote:

I'm not sure how to communicate this... because I've been seriously trying....

I do not approve of most of Israel's actions. I think they've done horrible things, many of which probably amount to war crimes.

What puzzles me though, is how you guys talk as if Israel is the only side doing anything wrong. They aren't. Other sides are actively engaged in perpetuating this conflict also.

Thus far, Israel has perpetuated the story that they are the defender in all conflicts. Much of history matches their story. Jews don't own the media or control Hollywood or anything, but their voice has been the dominant one in this and just about every conflict since WWII. The other side of just about every fight that has occurred has been vilified and reduced to mustache twirling villains. Usually they are. Sometimes things are more complicated than they initially appear, and I think that is the case here.


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Rawr! wrote:

I hope I haven't missed anything while I've been away on vacation (and subsequently recovering from and getting caught up because of said vacation).

To make up for my absence, here is an adorable kitten.

Good to see you again, friend.


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aeglos wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

So.

Looks like my phone just died. No reason, no explanation, just turned off and won't go past the Samsung logo when I take the battery back out and put it back in. Needless to say, after everything that happened today, where the place I was going to this weekend for a special training on mental health first aid certification said they couldn't find the money order I sent them and so can't give me my certification, and my second job had some kind of error or glitch where they said I didn't work Pride weekend and so didn't pay me either in full or at all(still not sure which), this is...not a good day. Trying to keep it together and not put my fist through something or someONE and I am succeeding. But this is a lot of bad luck for one day.

*sends cardboard cut-outs of Joss Whedon, Alton Brown, and Mark Zuckerberg*
FIFY
I don't know who that second person is.

I always wondered who that is, as well

But I know FHDM hates him :-)

Okay, this gave me my first genuine laugh all day.


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

So.

Looks like my phone just died. No reason, no explanation, just turned off and won't go past the Samsung logo when I take the battery back out and put it back in. Needless to say, after everything that happened today, where the place I was going to this weekend for a special training on mental health first aid certification said they couldn't find the money order I sent them and so can't give me my certification, and my second job had some kind of error or glitch where they said I didn't work Pride weekend and so didn't pay me either in full or at all(still not sure which), this is...not a good day. Trying to keep it together and not put my fist through something or someONE and I am succeeding. But this is a lot of bad luck for one day.

We need booze.

Thanks to the glitch with the second job, I don't even have enough for THAT.

I know you said work had been slowing down or just plain strange of late, did something else happen to make you want booze?

No, not really. It is more like sympathy booze :) Right now, I am drinking Bailey's on the rocks in your honor.

Bailey's with ice. An old favorite. Thanks man.


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Hey, who doesn't play MW naked??!?!


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Considering everything, I don't know if I'd be down with two wives.


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houstonderek wrote:
Got hitched yesterday.

HOLY CRAP!!!

CONGRATS HD!!!


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LordSynos wrote:
With that, good morrow everypony.

[Pinkie Pie]HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!![/Pinkie Pie]


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LordSynos wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

DOOD! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!

(Belated?)


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ebon_fyre wrote:

And of course, OF COURSE, after making this decision... I get a call from my university. My new advisor (since my old one switched jobs) says that he doesn't think he's allowed to schedule my classes as I had previously discussed. Meaning he thinks I won't be able to finish until FEBRUARY 15 instead of Jan 19.

ARGH.

Damn.


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Hama wrote:

So, if they make a useless character, but it makes them happy, that's it? And if other PCs die because his characters was useless, that's ok too? Playing a character who "doesn't make all the right choices" is ok. I even encourage it. But not making useless characters.

And, I've noticed among the people I game with that those who make useless characters are always the ones complaining that someone is annoying them by trying to give them advice.

There are a considerable amount of people who think they are good at giving advice when they really, really aren't.


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Bob_Loblaw wrote:

I'm going to see if this can be an actual birthday party. I'm going to see if we can get a bunch of pictures to share with everyone.

By the way, if anyone wants to see what Cindy is up to, I have a Facebook account you are welcome to friend. Just send me a message here.

I...may have to get facebook.


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Squeakmaan wrote:
No, seriously many jobs do. VoIP calls from my home were a required part of my lab tech job, my boss lived in Japan, I worked in Virginia. In any kind of STEM job it's essentially a non-stated job requirement.

I cannot log my hours without my cell phone for the second job. And my main job was hell without a computer that runs windows 8. Third job is editing- I need my laptop to do that, along with a version of word that reviews in a way my boss likes.

The world has changed andrew. What may have been true a decade ago- not that long a period of time- is true no longer. Sucks, but it's true.


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ShadowcatX wrote:
Coriat wrote:
Andrew R wrote:
Anyone caught selling a card should be cut off for life. that is just stealing from tax payer, worthless filth
Countryman, "worthless filth" is an ugly thing to call a human being, thief or no.
It may be an ugly thing, but that does not make it inaccurate.

once you get to an area where you are asking people to accept name calling in the name of accuracy, any sort of dialog is officially over.


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Bob_Loblaw wrote:
My birthday present to myself this year is 2 swimsuits and to spend the weekend as Cindy at a friend's house. She's going to invite people over I've never met. This should be interesting.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! DOO EET CINDY!!!


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Andrew R wrote:
Krensky wrote:
Andrew R wrote:
Krensky wrote:
Also, just to play your sick game Andrew, you have no idea what the circumstances of their pregnancy was. Short of a bilateral oophorectomy or bilateral orchiectomy no form of birth control is perfect.
My sick game of expecting responsibility? I am willing to bet if it were BC failure they would have said so since the point of this is to feel sorry for them. So i assume they just did what they wanted and this is what happened.

No. Your sick game of blaming people for their misfortune.

For blaming her for having the audacity to pursue a career in an industry that involves moving from gig to gig because it doesn't meet your definition of stable. Never mind that she's not the one who lost her job.

For blaming her for getting pregnant because she didn't keep her legs together.

For her and her husband buying a house well within their means until they lost 75% of their income, without warning.

For having the audacity to not live the life of ascetic deprivation and austerity they would have had to to meet your ridiculous standard of 'responsibility'.

I don't know why I even bother. By your own statements the only reason the poor are poor is because they're stupid, lazy, and evil. Then again, but your own statements, you're poor. So begone, peon. Come back when you can prove you've made proper restitution for your sins by not being poor.

i blame them for misfortunes they choose. She chose to work in an unstable industry.

Pregnancy is almost completely preventable so yes i will blame them for that.
The article says nothing about them abusing the system so my idea of responsible use of money is no issue here. I even defended her choice to get a pop once in a while, as opposed to what i see every day of multiple 2 liters daily being the norm.
I have no issue with the poor, said it MANY times. i have a problem with takers and how they abuse other peoples money. I have a problem with the stupid that make bad choices and...

Then what would you consider a stable industry?


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Crimson Jester wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
If you can see it. this was about a month ago.
hey! Is that my close personal friend, peter s beagle?!?
Why yes, Peter was delightful.

He is my close personal friend. Also a good friend of one of my players in my Darklight Sisterhood game. He flirted with her mom so bad...


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Scintillae wrote:
Yes, you did, and it makes no sense to me how an entirely audio-based medium can spawn an almost entirely visual show with the only descriptions ever given of the main characters being entirely unhelpful.

d20 burlesque is known for their creativity and skill at interpretations.


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Andrew R wrote:
GentleGiant wrote:

So, we can conclude that it's irresponsible to live on a budget larger than what you would earn on minimum wage. It's irresponsible to have sex without making sure that the woman has taken her pill or checked whatever other BC she might be on AND the guy better double up on the condom, just to be safe. Buying a house that you can't buy with cash is also irresponsible. Buying a car is also very questionable, even if you can pay it with cash, because you might have been able to buy a cheaper (but probably also more unreliable, but that's somehow not the point) one.

Sodas, energy drinks and jerky are right out of the question!
In other words, anyone living a better life than Andrew R is Doing it Wrong(tm)!
has nothing to do with a better life, i lack the jealousy so many are afflicted by when talking about social class, i just don't want to be the one paying for it. it has everything to do with be responsible, not party like its the end of the world then demand someone else pay the piper for you. live within your means, try to have a plan, minimize risk. this is not rocket science but sadly most people these days are too damn dumb. wich would be fine if people like me didn't have to bail them out

going back to the article, she did everything you suggested here and things still went wrong. Its almost as if there are no guarantees in life.


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Andrew R wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Andrew R wrote:
Krensky wrote:
Also, just to play your sick game Andrew, you have no idea what the circumstances of their pregnancy was. Short of a bilateral oophorectomy or bilateral orchiectomy no form of birth control is perfect.
My sick game of expecting responsibility? I am willing to bet if it were BC failure they would have said so since the point of this is to feel sorry for them. So i assume they just did what they wanted and this is what happened.
Nonsense. Few are the people who will mention that they had children in ill health for several months because of a busted condom. Not everyone is as crass as you.
Few are as honest as me. odds are she forgot pills or they got caught up in the moment and there was no condom. Also relying on those alone is foolish. It is not crass to say it was from a BC failure and not sheer foolish choices

Foolish to rely on condoms AND birth control pills alone? What would you suggest instead?


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Amazing pics.


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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Taking the GRE tomorrow (grad school entry exam, for those from not USA who call their tests differently).

Good times...

best of luck, chummer. Best of luck. I know how rattling that test can be.


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Drejk wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
I feel like I'm turning into one of those Dad's on TV, who have a pile of photos in their wallet and show them off to everyone, only we're in a modern age, so I have a bunch of videos of him dancing to ads on TV or clapping along with cartoons on my phone instead. If I'm posting too much, just let me know to cool it.
You don't have Aberzombie, Moorluck, and Solness as a friends on Facebook, do you? :P
xD No, I do not. :P Though I wouldn't be against adding FaWtL folk on the book of face. :) I assume they are also proud parents prolifically publishing parental posts?
Well, Lord President Moorluck recently posted Hello Kitty-themed photo...

hand twitches as war occurs between love for Hello Kitty and LPM wars with hatred for Zuckerberg and Facebook


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Had a great time running today's game. I really needed this. Things are proceeding apace in Kingmaker, and I didn't get to foreshadow much because the party was busy setting wrongs to right in Fort Drelev. Still, it was a day out, at a different player's house)and dice were rolled...it was awesome. I feel better inside.


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You rang?


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aeglos wrote:

two posts since yesterday ?

we are slooow

*pokes thread* come on, entertain me

dances for Aeglos


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WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!


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Hessian Tourism Bureau wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
aeglos wrote:

Taig,

is your daugther back home?

how was here stay over here ?

how did she like Germany ?

She will be back home on Saturday (and hopefully awake enough to play some Pathfinder at the con on Sunday).

She had a great time, and she really enjoyed Germany. I can imagine her wanting to go back on her own.

and of course you will acompany her and you both come and visit me

I gotta get a passport.


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So. I'm playing hooky today. Getting new computers at work tomorrow. I needed a day to get my sleep schedule back to normal and take care of some other things that have been floundering of late, I figure this is the best of both worlds.


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aeglos wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
aeglos wrote:

updateon sabine's grandma:

we visited her on sunday and she could not even open here eyes, she just layed there wimpering, we and the nurses thought she would not survive the transport to care-home

when we arrived yesterday at the care-home shortly after she had arrived:
she was awake waved at us and laughed, she talked some unlogical things but mostly she was very good, better than some weeks

she knows she is terminal ill and she knows she was almost dead on the weekend, she used the german proverb: "well, I just jumped off the shovel this time"

a rollercoaster of feelings

but Sabine and her mum maybe have been granted a few good days with their "Muddel"

but it makes me wonder what medication the used at the hospital on her

I am guessing that a care-home is like a hospice or nursing home?

The home health care division of Pike's Peak Hospice was amazing when my wife passed away.

I hope she is also attended by folks of such high skill and compassion.

care-home was the english suggestion on dict.cc translation site

she is in a nursing home with a hospice section
she had a lot of fun trading jokes with a hospice volunteer in the morning :-) truly she is amazing

I'm sorry for the scare, friend. Alot of medications nowadays are NOT for our older folks who may be dealing with some type of demensia, and that often leads to a lot of complications. i'm glad she has rediscovered her smile, and I hope she shares it with you and especially your little possum in these days.


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Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
It's a good feeling to be sought after by schools before you finish your degree.
envious death-glare
Math teachers are in high demand, what can I say?
Yes..Scint..let the hate flow through you....

I don't know. That just doesn't seem to add up. I know math can be a divisive subject among people, but it's really just a sine of the times that it is a very important thing to learn despite its poor reputation. Everyone does have a differential opinion, sometimes verging on radical, about what their favorite subjects might be, and only a fraction of people seem to truly enjoy math as a subject. See, I honestly didn't mind it as a subject, though I was far from being at my prime in that classroom as compared to others. I don't really get the angle of "math is evil" when it comes right down to it. It seems rather obtuse to me in the end.

But there, I've gone off on a tangent and should probably just let things lie.

hisses, vertical pupils contracting as he runs back under the rock
*brandishes slide-rule and compass like holy symbols*
*holds up DVD of Angel*

yowls, swipes at symbols of evil with unusually long nails


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Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
It's a good feeling to be sought after by schools before you finish your degree.
envious death-glare
Math teachers are in high demand, what can I say?
Yes..Scint..let the hate flow through you....

I don't know. That just doesn't seem to add up. I know math can be a divisive subject among people, but it's really just a sine of the times that it is a very important thing to learn despite its poor reputation. Everyone does have a differential opinion, sometimes verging on radical, about what their favorite subjects might be, and only a fraction of people seem to truly enjoy math as a subject. See, I honestly didn't mind it as a subject, though I was far from being at my prime in that classroom as compared to others. I don't really get the angle of "math is evil" when it comes right down to it. It seems rather obtuse to me in the end.

But there, I've gone off on a tangent and should probably just let things lie.

hisses, vertical pupils contracting as he runs back under the rock


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ebon_fyre wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
It's a good feeling to be sought after by schools before you finish your degree.
envious death-glare
Math teachers are in high demand, what can I say?

Yes..Scint..let the hate flow through you....


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You gotta be kidding me.


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Hm.

This fills me with concern. I will check out the book and may do some switching, but like most gamers my age, im more interested in getting ideas from this book to use in the future as opposed to abandoning everything I know currently.


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A company isn't a person. It isn't able to walk into a place of worship and offer thanks. It's an organization, composed of many people. The moment that line is crossed, the moment the world really starts to crumble.


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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
POP

Actually, you poppin' biscuit cans naked could be just the thing to help both ebon and I.

sets smartphone to record

Come on, badgah. Get nekkid, and start poppin' cans! This video will not incriminate you in any way in the future...

LOL!

sets up www.nekkidbadgahcanpopper.com, waits for cash to roll in

So fetish....


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Rawr! wrote:
POP

Actually, you poppin' biscuit cans naked could be just the thing to help both ebon and I.

sets smartphone to record

Come on, badgah. Get nekkid, and start poppin' cans! This video will not incriminate you in any way in the future...


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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Good morning to all my FAWTLY BRETHREN - those still here and those who've journeyed to realms beyond (like FB). Happy Sunday!

Maybe.

We'll see. Depends on how the drive goes.

I hope they aren't being experimented upon.

I am quite willing to break into Facebook HQ and free all the captive FAWTLs.


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SWORD ART ONLINE 2 IS OUT!?!? But I'm watching Sailor Moon!! And I need to finish Log Horizon! And watch Gundam Build Fighters!!!!

God...It's like I'm 16 again.

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