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pah! My plants grow quite wonderfully, thank you very much! And I don't have to worry about them taking over the yard or spreading to places they aren't wanted!
Today I picked up...
Hidecote Lavender x1
They will stay in their mini things for a week until I get paid and then into the window box they go.
dice...with removable faces?!?!
I like this kid!
Cannot wait for origins to be backwards compatible.
Krombopulos Michael wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't know. An indescribable something. I enjoyed the monsters and the NPCs and everything. I thought claptrap was funny and cute.
mass effect has fps in it, but it is not an fps. It is mass effect.
you liked voltron force.
I can't take your opinion seriously.
the halflings in my campaign setting wear shoes. They are famous for them actually.
Hobbit feet are for Tolkien. Leave them with Tolkien. No, your setting is not more old school because Tolkien. It's more Tolkien because you are going Tolkien.
I have yet to find a Japanese cartoon show I like more than, or as much as, Berserk. I wish they would continue that one. I know it is a comic book too, but I want to see it animated. Yes I am also familiar with the movies. One Punch Man is a close second though, with Desert Punk coming in third. Sure there is some good stuff but so very very much junk. I heard a friend rave about A Certain Scientific Railgun but I could not even make it ten minutes through the first episode. It got a bit too creepy with the middle school shower. I am told they smarten up, but they lost me. Can anyone suggest a good one that isn't harem based, creeping the lines into inappropriate kid stuff, overly goofball, or the one piece problem of "Ok I get it. Can we get to the point already please and have the pirates do piracy? Too much filler."
hm. Sounds like you need to go old school.
Check out guyver if you can, or black lagoon or basilisk.
Different strokes for different folks. Still, I can't help but wonder if you actually watched the show or read a synopsis. That's a rather stilted version of events.
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
I REALLY like it.
Bonus points if they are something akin to friends.
Cap'n Yesterday, Evil Overlord wrote:
that sounds like an awesome character for the game.
I don't know what you're talking about.
pours haterade over reclining form flashdance style
still hate it- inquisition or origins.
dear god in heaven, this a million times. I truly hate the approval disapproval system. Paragon and renegade ARE mass effect to me and many others- don't take them out!
it's scary, but...yeah. you can never drink again outside of odouls and a handful of non alcoholic wines and champagnes. It is a significant lifestyle change that you occasionally have to defend a bit vigorously i.e. get nasty with some folks.
it's not 198x anymore. And new more intrigues than anything else. Cleaving to the opinions of those who came before is not something anyone will confess to doing outside of a handful of areas.
My money is on conflicting orders. They are a huge problem on the first job, and an annoyance on the third.
Ugh'yick, the Eternal Fruitcake wrote:
HA! I don't own golion! You're eating someone else's dvds!
Good work, fruitcake.
thanks. I didn't know.
captain yesterday wrote:
rides around captain yesterday with flaming wheels, each rotation bringing flames higher
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Thank you Slaad!
If only CH and I had been at the story earlier and got cool dice...
Yesterday Prime, Autobot Leader wrote:
Freehold has been summoned.
Ophelia, Goddess of Tragedy
Robed in the strictures of Law and Good to keep herself from succumbing to the sorrow-induced madness that has gripped her, Ophelia- so named for a character in a play that an insane scribe dedicated to her worship wrote after it became known that hearing her true name too times drove listeners mad- is an ancient goddess that has traveled throughout several realities. In modern times she exists as a goddess of succor, offering a sturdy shoulder for those who have suffered the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune once too often. Her priests often run sanitariums and hospitals, and are rarely seen as adventurers, for only the most desperate party would turn to a priest of The Eternal Teardrop for divine magical support. Blue, red and white are her sacred colors, for those of tears, blood, and...other...humors that often surround tragic events. Her sacred weapon is the sling, although a monastery dedicated to her worship is known for their zen archery. Her holy symbol is a teardrop of one of her sacred colors. For some reason, colorful koi fish are sacred animals to the faith.