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I just like girls.


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Treppa wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Just buy a standard PC and add a video card and you are good. Sort of.
Yeah, be sure your power supply is sufficient to drive the card plus everything else; otherwise, the machine just goes bye-bye randomly.

alas, due to circumstances beyond my control, tonight will not be the treppa workout night I planned. I am postponing until next week... In fact I may miss a exercise this week. Damn. But... You will all see that it is worth it.


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
LazarX wrote:
the way Patrick Stewart did in Dune.
I'm still trying to forget the awful David Lynch rendition. The SyFi channel miniseries was everything the 80s movie should have been and then some.

but... But.. Funky body shield technology!!!


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Sharoth wrote:
I guess a new PC will be needed, not a new console.

I am in a similar predicament.


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Legions back.

That's all I care about.


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No.

You have a solution.


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Orthos wrote:
A lot of it for us is that as we work primarily with non-profit organizations, many of our clients - in fact, a large majority - are churches and other religious organizations. As a result, the clients have an expectation of what employees at the company will look, dress, and act like, an expectation that the owner and management want to adhere to.

I guess it's a similar situation with me, at least at the main job.


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I got into a fight with my boss about wearing a shirt and tie at work. He won.

The days I work in the kitchen, I wear business casual clothes.


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Jessica Price wrote:
Set wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:
This kind of thing might be included in a 'Romance of the Inner Sea' book -- which could include marriage customs among the various human and non-human nations. Forum denizens mention that possibility a lot, but I suspect Paizo is skeptical about how well it will sell to the general customer base.

I would pay good money for such a book.

Good. Money.

Ditto. Only it would be bad money.

Dirty. Evil. Sexy. Money.

Well, if it's dirty evil sexy money, let's get that sucker on the schedule.*

gets out phone

Yes, Hello Super Mario Kart Tours? Yeah, I'd like to get a ticket for two to your.. ...

checks guidebook

"Choco Mountain Chocolate Spectacular Tour, Now With Even More Chocolate"...No, I am aware of how expensive the pixelization process is, money is no object...

Quote:


*Kidding.

Ah, you know what? I'm gonna have to check with my accountant on that after all...


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THIS IS AWESOME!!!!


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Wow.

Beautiful.


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Icyshadow wrote:

Good news and bad news.

Good news is that he's alive.

Bad news is that he's got no money for rent.

thank God he is okay!


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Sharoth wrote:
~sneaks up to Freehold DM and reverse pickpockets him, putting a land mine in his pocket~ That ought to help me on that achievement in Fallout 3. ~Freehold DM goes BOOM~

ha! I wasn't wearing pants when I went into Drejks mouth!


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Drejk wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Hey! Those aren't for you! Put them back you greedy dragon!

Oh... Ok.

*puts them back into own mouth*

hey! Get them out of there! pries his mouth open gimme those truffles, you!


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Hey! Those aren't for you! Put them back you greedy dragon!


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Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:
This kind of thing might be included in a 'Romance of the Inner Sea' book -- which could include marriage customs among the various human and non-human nations. Forum denizens mention that possibility a lot, but I suspect Paizo is skeptical about how well it will sell to the general customer base.

I would pay good money for such a book.

Good. Money.


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Jessica Price wrote:
thejeff wrote:
Drejk wrote:
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Dowries and bridepieces are loaded words, and the context they were used in was gender specific, and if they aren't inherently misogynistic I haven't seen evidence otherwise. The backstory Harsk the dwarven ranger iconic doesn't even discuss marriage let alone dowries.

With the explanation made by Crystal in the post above, that by bride price she actually meant a male equivalent of dowry, indeed the dowry could be (pardon the pun) divorced from misogyny - if parents of both bride and groom are expected to invest comparable* amount of wealth into the newly wed couple, or if both male and female are expected to provide comparable amount of wealth before entering marriage.

In the same vein it could be possible to present dwarven birde/groom price as exchange of gifts between the parents/clans of both instead of being gift traded for woman.

Actually, it sounded like it was intended to be one or the other, depending on the status of the families involved - paying to marry up the social ladder.

Yup. And just because a dowry is mentioned for a woman doesn't preclude there being an equivalent for men.

E.g.:

Bride price = spouse's family pays for a woman to marry in (because the woman's family is higher up the social ladder; recompense for the status she is losing).
Dowry = bride's family pays for a woman to marry in (because the spouse's family is higher up the social ladder; fee for the status she is gaining).

Groom price = spouse's family pays for a man to marry in (because the man's family is higher up the social ladder; recompense for the status he is losing).
Dower = groom's family pays for a man to marry in (because the spouse's family is higher up the social ladder; fee for the status he is gaining).

Who pays might just as easily be determined when the marriage is arranged, and based on which spouse will be relocating and which clan their children will belong to, rather than strictly by gender....

Interesting. Very interesting.

leaves a combination of dark and milk chocolate truffles at shrine


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Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Asexual porn:

Pizza guy: Pizza delivery!

Attractive single female customer: Oh dear, I'm out of cash! Well, perhaps we can come up with another way to pay, if you know what I mean?

Pizza guy: ...

Attractive single female customer: Can you take a check?

Pizza guy: I usually don't but I'll make an exception. Thanks, enjoy your pizza!

*THE END*

*sob*


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Todd Stewart wrote:

Biological markers of asexuality: Handedness, birth order, and finger length ratios in self-identified asexual men and women.

Interesting paper looking at human asexuality as a discrete thing and any possible physical/neurological basis for it. You don't often see much on this particular topic in the hard sciences, so while very preliminary, it's important.

you just made my day.


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Ok so it didn't rhyme... But my nudity is celebration enough!


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So naturally I'm nekkid!


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What a day for a birthday...


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It's CHs birthday!


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FASERIP marvel super heroes.

Accept no substitutes.


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Lynora workout- complete. Ish. Low on time and I could not fit in squats. Brought yoga mat so I could do some push-ups and sit-ups. 100 each. It's a start.


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builds shrine to Jessica Price


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Just watched first ep of girls in a dungeon. It's adorable.

It makes me want to live in golarion, although I realize that world is not that of a jrpg or even jsrpg.


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LazarX wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Jaelithe wrote:
marcryser wrote:
kyrt-ryder wrote:

Is it possible for the GM to incorporate a succubus into the final encounter?

Nothing more manly than death by kiss.

This is manly ONLY if the succubus dies also or repents of her evil ways to become a nun.
Driving a succubus to become a nun isn't exactly manly. Now driving her to say, "It could never be better than that! I'll marry you!" is manly.
in some cultures, that's exactly what she is doing by becoming a nun.
My friends PC in our Wrath of Righteous campaign just got an "I'd rather be friends" note from the resident succubus. Never seen a character more depressed.

OUCH

I'd consider ending it all in the face of that level of rejection.


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Drejk wrote:
I just finished editing edits suggested by editor and send the gal back to Louis.

...

But...

I just returned edits to my boss for the 4th job.

...

You don't suppose....


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Sorry, it cannot be released by a dragon once it has been touched. Soon it will grow, covering your body like a fine fuzz.


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WHERE IS THE ANTI-DRAGON SACHET I KEEP IN MY MOST PICKABLE POCKET?!?


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WHERE IS EVERYBODY?!?


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cnetarian wrote:

The most important thing about a macho death is not the means, but the why. Attacking Asmodeus because he insulted your mother, macho - being seduced by a succubus while out buying scented candles, not macho.

If nothing else presents itself, a good macho reason to die is to protect innocents (in a silly campaign they don't have to real innocents).

As to the how, having a wizard turn you into a statue as you drop on the BBEG just isn't macho. Quaffing a potion of petrification and turning yourself into a statue as drop on the BBEG is macho. The difference, a macho man is self-reliant and not some wuss who needs a stinkin' wizard to turn him into a statue. It might be heroic to have others help you, but it isn't macho. Unless the stinkin' wizard in question is an evil wizard who you've managed to beat into submission, in which case they can be considered part of your equipment and not a real person.

bonus points if your manhood impales the bbeg in some humiliating fashion.


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Jaelithe wrote:
marcryser wrote:
kyrt-ryder wrote:

Is it possible for the GM to incorporate a succubus into the final encounter?

Nothing more manly than death by kiss.

This is manly ONLY if the succubus dies also or repents of her evil ways to become a nun.
Driving a succubus to become a nun isn't exactly manly. Now driving her to say, "It could never be better than that! I'll marry you!" is manly.

in some cultures, that's exactly what she is doing by becoming a nun.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Why does it feel like I'm progressing straight from my 20s into my 40s?

that's usually how it goes.


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Friendship.


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Thank God.


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As long as you and yours are okay.

Any word from AZ? Lpm and family?


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Tacticslion wrote:

At my parents celebrating their fiftieth anniversary~! Woo!

(Hence the silence.)

Fifty years. Wow. Blessings upon them.


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MMCJawa wrote:
Crystal Frasier wrote:
Ashiel wrote:
Crystal Frasier wrote:

It varies from person to person, but:

1) Most trans people don't want their old name shared, especially without their permissions. To most people, especially women who've transitioned and live fulltime, it is a vulnerability, like sharing their medical information or allergies without their permission.

Is there a place I can find the statistics on this sort of thing?
It was a giant mistake for me to come back into this thread

Hi Crystal,

Let me just say that as a het cis male, I find your contributions in this thread and elsewhere really valuable. I learned a lot about trans people via this thread that I never knew before, and and it has made me aware of viewpoints or considerations I probably would have never thought about before. While I can totally relate to the idea of not spending free time on a thread that may bring up some unfun real life stuff you deal with daily, I do value your views and it has improved my outlook/conception of LGBTQ issues.

What he said.


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Kajehase wrote:
Variant griffins!

AWESOME!


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WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


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LordSynos wrote:
What a wonderful, wonderful start to a weekend. All is right in Ireland now. :)

hoists an Irish red in celebration wooooooooooooooooooo


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Drejk wrote:

My co-player friends (D&D 3.5 GM and his girlfriend, both are playing in my Pathfinder game) just got their room lease terminated when the owner learned that she is active in local LGBT community. They have time until 1st of July to move out...

Unless they find something else soon I might end taking them in as roommates. While taking roommates contributing to the covering costs of my flat is a reasonable step that i should taken ages ago, my introvert loner soul is cringing in anticipation of having to share living space with someone else than my parents. I'll be going to see them tomorrow earlier before the session and discuss this.

I'm glad you are having your friends over. The owner needs a kick in the genitals. Several.


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Also, I really REALLY like the writeup for Cyprus, and I plan to make a cleric of brigh soon.


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Excuse me, friend. It may be a bit boorish, but I had no idea when I would make contact with you, and I was just speaking about you when I saw this thread.

What conventions do you think you will be at in the future? I would very much love to buy you a drink and perhaps beg an indulgence.


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Cuuniyevo wrote:

In the process of utterly destroying the final boss, you and your trusty steed are both mortally wounded.

Use your final action to give your faithful companion your last healing potion.

that's how I picture alain going out.


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How old is he now?


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Not just yeah. F@@# yeah.

Always fight a bogus ticket.


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Celestial Healer wrote:

I just got a ticket for not wearing a seatbelt.

Even though I was wearing one. (I have never in my life ridden in the front seat of a car without wearing one.)

So angry right now.

the f&+#? You always wear a seat belt. I have seen you wear one while driving 100% of the time. How much is the ticket?

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