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One problem:

Spoiler:
I'm still not 100% convinced that Garrett is the Clairvoyant - or if he is, he's only a part of a collective/group acting as the Clairvoyant. He was present when they found the "first" Clairvoyant, so obviously someone else had to be doing the communication with the others through the screens/voice box. That someone else was privy to sensitive knowledge that Garrett, if he really is the true Clairvoyant, would have had to share with others.
I'm sensing there's something else going on we don't know about yet.


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TanithT wrote:
Like, if one person with a job that offers great health insurance marries four people who have worse or no such benefits, sticking person A's employer with four spousal health insurance bills isn't fair or sustainable. It isn't bigotry, but basic economics. This is not an issue of what gender the spouse is, it's an issue of finite resources. There are legal models that fit and make sense when you have a multi-adult household, but the current institution of marriage isn't really one of them.

Yet another great argument for Universal Healthcare. ;-)


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I've brought up the OKCupid protest because it's a very visual example of some of the protests that happened (and I'd hardly call 2 mentions of them as incessantly).
I still haven't seen any concrete examples from you about who these extremists are and how "extreme" they are to earn that description. I'll grant you that I might not have been exposed to the same media outlets that you have, but I'm having a hard time reconciling horrendous discrimination and even calls for lynching with the protests I've seen.

I also have a hard time seeing how these protests, even calling for Eich to step down, comes even remotely close to what "the other side" has been doing for many years. By wanting to expand human-/civil rights instead of limiting them I'd say that qualifies as being better than they are.

I'm also puzzled by the constant capitalization of the word gay you do, but maybe it's just from the LGBT context?


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So, still no concrete examples. I'm beginning to think it's a massive straw man.
One of the most obvious protests were done by the dating site OKCupid. Are they part of the extremists LGBT side?


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I'd still love to know who these "extremists" are. It's a very vague description and easily abused to demonize "them" - whoever they are.
Is anyone who has voiced any kind of opposition to Eich's position as CEO part of this "extremists" group?


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My point was more to the "militant" aspect, since neither "group" is doing anything even remotely similar to what "extremists" on the far right/religious side are doing (from trying to pass discriminatory legislation or stop equal rights legislation to outright violence).

When murder and suicide rates among those who oppose LGBT rights reach the levels of LGBT members due to discrimination, then let's talk again.


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thejeff wrote:
At least the LGBT extremist do things like suggest boycotts and talk on the internet instead of passing laws to restrict peoples rights. Oh wait, those aren't the extremists on the other side. The extremists on the other side are threatening violence and throwing kids out of their houses.

Sounds like those LGBT extremists must be allies with the militant atheists, what with their dangerous book writings, blog posts and debates.


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GreyWolfLord wrote:
Discrimination...

"You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means."

Consequences for one's actions are not in any way automatically discrimination.
Also, OKCupid is now suddenly part of the "extreme sides of the LGBT movement*"?

* Can you quantify who or what this "side" is? Or is it just a convenient straw man?


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Do yourself and your loved ones a favor seek help. There is no shame in seeing a psychiatrist. I did and now I feel a whole lot better. Good luck to you

I've been seeing therapists for 6 years now. While not a perfect panacea, I think I'm a bit better off for it. I also take a battery of meds which help, but usually just barely.

I do what I can to keep myself occupied, but it's often very hard. I have a hard time concentrating now so reading or game planning can be really difficult. I have a friend who writes and records his own music and I've been helping with the mixing on that, so that gives me something to do for the moment.

Thanks for the encouragement and advice, everyone!

Doing something with other people has been the most helpful in feeling productive for me. It's not always easy to arrange, however... "What do you mean you have a life of your own? Are your kids and wife really more important than ME?!?" ;-)

Not all things are conductive to being done with others, though (e.g. reading).
It's not that I need "help" from others to do anything (I'm quite capable with regards to many things, a highly intelligent jack-of-all trades, but am hindered by this stupid brain-induced avolition), just someone being in the same room can prod me into being more active/productive, however.


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Obama Requires Insurers To Guarantee Health Coverage To All Married Same-Sex Couples

"New guidance released by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Friday offers crucial protections to same-sex couples purchasing insurance coverage..."

"In the guidance, HHS plainly states that group and individual market insurers regulated by the Affordable Care Act cannot deny family coverage to legally married same-sex spouses where family coverage for opposite-sex spouses is offered."


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Arrow related:
"Full" picture of the Flash in his new suit.


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She could, however, compete in the Olympics (as briefly mentioned in the article)...
So CrossFit has stricter rules than the Olympics.

One could also argue that the Olympics rules favour transwomen over transmen, given the stipulation for SRS (I'll readily admit to not having checked whether they have changed any of these rules since the CNN article above - it was just linked from the HuffPost article I read about the case).

EDIT:
Aaaaaand I made the mistake of reading the comments on the Yahoo article. :-/


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Grey Lensman wrote:

In the U.S., we have two systems.

If you have money, then you have access to the best health care in the world.

If you don't have money, your health plan is best summed up as 'Don't Get Sick.'

Of course, the most obvious answer to that is "Stop being poor!"


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Geekgasm overload!
Arrow: Full Circle 3 minute extended trailer.


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I wonder what would've happened if a white actor had done the best audition/screen test for the role of Nelson Mandela in the latest biopic.
Big difference. Nelson Mandela was a real person. Johnny Storm is not.

Well, unless he's played by Daniel Day-Lewis. ;-)


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Ellen Page (Juno, Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat in the X-Men movies <- see, it's also geek related ;-) ) comes out as gay. She gives a great speech, embedded in the article, at Time to THRIVE, a conference to promote the welfare of LGBT youth.


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Luckily, Ken Ham's worst enemy is... Ken Ham.


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One of the problems is also that the current minimum wage isn't a living wage in most (all?) places.


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Facebook Opens Up LGBTQ-Friendly Gender Identity And Pronoun Options


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A Man In Black wrote:
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"Voting with your wallet" doesn't have to be silently only. If you (general you) really want to change things, then send letters to the editor of the local paper. Contact local TV stations. Get together with like-minded people and form groups. Boycott any restaurant which doesn't pay a living wage and tell everyone (including the restaurants) that you're doing it and why.
While this is good advice and true to boot, it's exactly my point. Organizing, publicizing, and putting pressure on business owners and politicians is how you make change. This is voting with your vote, not your wallet.

It's both, actually. ;-)

Voting with your wallet by boycotting certain places and taking your business elsewhere (to places where they do pay a living wage, if any such place exists in your area). AND adding social/political activism by "shouting it to the world."


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A Man In Black wrote:
No, not really. Voting with your wallet is a fairly crude tool. Unless a restaurant is notoriously abusive of the employees and the management knows of this reputation, or you're a regular who the management takes seriously for whatever reason, then you not eating there just sends the message that you don't like the restaurant's food, service, ambiance, etc. At best, voting with your wallet sends the message that you don't like that restaurant for an unspecified reason. At worst, they don't even know that you stopped at all.
This is the same reason, by the way, that things like an organized boycott of a new video game published by an unpopular company are bad ideas. Because all they see are low sales numbers, with no way to accurately determine the cause of those low sales, they are just as likely to chalk it up to the game itself not resonating, which can have unintended consequences (like sending a message to other publishers that the genre of game in question is unpopular). Boycotts work best on companies with heavily static product lines, where a sudden decrease in sales cannot be attributed to a change in product quality or product reception.

"Voting with your wallet" doesn't have to be silently only. If you (general you) really want to change things, then send letters to the editor of the local paper. Contact local TV stations. Get together with like-minded people and form groups. Boycott any restaurant which doesn't pay a living wage and tell everyone (including the restaurants) that you're doing it and why.

No? I guess the issue isn't that important to you then and you're OK with the status quo. So all talk about wanting to change the system is just that, talk.
Political action doesn't have to only mean voting in State and Federal elections and hoping that the people in Washington will do something about it.

Besides, having employees who make (at least) a living wage doesn't mean that you can't tip them extra for extraordinary service! :-)

(a note of clarification: I've been to the US for two extended periods, several months each visit, and have tipped as was customary - didn't receive better or worse service than I would expect from a professional establishment, so just the "normal" tipping amount. I just find the whole "obligated" tipping idea archaic and demeaning (yes master, thank you master, very kind of you master), especially when restaurants pay such low wages and expect the wait-staff to basically make a living off of tips)


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I'm curious as to why the "cheapskate" comments aren't directed at the establishments who don't provide a living wage for their employees. Of course, none of said owners are present, but

Most commentators here seem to agree that wait-staff is being underpaid, but so far it's only Comrade Anklebiter who has advocated for unionising (of course, I wouldn't expect anything less from him - and I totally agree with going that route). I was especially taken back with Scott Betts, who's been an outspoken Democrat in the past, apparently supporting the current system.
If people don't mind paying the extra 15-20% then a similar increase in the listed food price should be acceptable - provided the establishment also paid a living wage as a minimum, of course.
Or do people actually like the ability to "lord over" their wait-staff by possibly punishing them for not living up to their personal standards? Looking at it that way, who are the ones with questionable ethics then?

It has also been mentioned that wait-staff doesn't have much bargaining power. That's certainly true at the moment, especially with at least one political party trying to squash unions in every way they can. But you know who has a huge bargaining power? You, the customer. Don't frequent the places who do not pay their employees a fair wage. If you really want the best for the service industry workers, then that should be an easy step to take, right?


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Kajehase wrote:
Always blame Norway!

We always do. Sometimes Sweden too.

Sincerely
Denmark. :-p


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So, a lesbian trapped in a man's body?...
Also, I'm not trapped. I like my body. It's tall and strong and cute and has gorgeous hair!
All of these things are true.

Get a room you two!

Oh, wait... :-p


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Starz' Black Sails officially premieres next Saturday, January 25th, but the first episode is already online on the Starz website.
Here's a trailer/preview if you don't want to watch the whole first episode.
It is written as a prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's novel Treasure Island and has already been renewed for a second season.
One note of "caution," though: There's nudity and sex scenes. ;-)

Might be some good inspiration for anyone playing in or running Skull & Shackles.


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I'm not making money off of it. Besides, there's an entire thread on the WotC website where people do this regularly.

"But others do it too!" is a bad excuse for doing something that's morally questionable. You even removed WOC's signature. If you have permission from the original artist (William O'Connor) or the copyright holder (most likely WotC) to change the art, then go ahead. If not, you're misrepresenting the artist and/or the people owning the artwork.

Ask any artist about how they feel when people snatch their art and alter it (without permission) and then post it elsewhere and/or present it as their own work (the person who copied it).
Reposting an original piece found on the web is normally OK, but altering it, especially when you also remove the artist's signature, is a no go.


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Caineach wrote:
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Seriously, you need a nativity scene every 3 blocks? Were the three churches touching each other simply not enough religion for the area so we need government help to cram in more?

No, there is 1 nativity scene at the intersection of 3 churches, but most of the churches do look for a place to put one, and there are probably 40 churches in the 3 mile by 1/2 mile strech of land that is Troy.

*shudder*

You know, I think that spot needs a good ol' fashioned statue. I have just the right design in mind. ;-)


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Disney's Marvel and Netflix Join Forces to Develop Historic Four Series Epic plus a Mini-Series Event
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Doug's Workshop wrote:
GentleGiant wrote:


You seem to be under the misconception that those who "have achieved more than you" have all done so entirely by their own lonesome.
Are you willing to admit that you have absolutely no idea how economy and trade works?

Ah, the "You didn't build that" example.

No, I did build that, and lots of people like you stood on the sidelines and make me work even harder.

I built it in spite of you, not because of you.

Really? You built your own roads, set up your own energy system, provided your own security force, funded the research to prove that your product was safe for use/consumption, operated on yourself and your employees (if you have any), fielded your own fire brigade, just in case something should happen, learned to read, write, calculate and taught yourself all the way up through high school/college, built your own mode of transportation etc.?

If that's the case, I'm impressed. If not, you really didn't build it.
Neither did you ensure that your product could be bought by others.
You prospered on the backs of all the people who came before you. Which is great for you. All people are asking is for you to help provide that same opportunity for those who come after you.

Stop the bumper sticker rhetoric and open your eyes to how the real world works.


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Doug's Workshop wrote:
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I just want the country to work better. I want other people to get to the same place that I've been able to reach. Or at least not fall through the cracks.
And its best if we take those people who have achieved more than you have and bring them down to your level. Because that's "fair." I see.

You seem to be under the misconception that those who "have achieved more than you" have all done so entirely by their own lonesome.

Are you willing to admit that you have absolutely no idea how economy and trade works?


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Shifty wrote:
...except that the cost will continue to change as more things get unlocked. That said, it shouldn't blow out too hard.

Only if you add more options yourself. The shipping price for the Core Set won't change:

Creator Reaper Miniatures about 3 hours ago wrote:
@Adhuin: The 2013 Core Set shipping rate is not going to increase from this point even as new items are added.


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Wow, what a bunch of sourpusses.
Sounds like most of you should just stop watching now. Two episodes in and it's a shark fest of negativity.
But I'm going to guess that all of you are going to continue watching it, if nothing else so you can keep ragging on it.

I don't know if it has dawned on anyone how stereotypical Comic Store Guy almost all of these posts sound like... think about that for a second and then see where the stereotype comes from.
But, really, if you think it's that bad, then just stop watching. Right now. You'll save yourself (and everyone who has to hear about your complaining) a lot of heartache.

Me? I love it!
But I also don't have weird emotions tied up to the comic books and am just enjoying the start of a show with witty banter, winkwinknudgenudge references and a great backdrop of the movies.


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I have evil plans for the gorilla...

Spoiler:
as a steampunk enhanced gorilla my players will meet at some point

The rest of the Chronoscope figures... well, a couple of them might double as gunslingers.
Generally, though, I would also have preferred them as an add-on, but I can certainly see why Reaper wanted to include them - so they can expand the Bones brand into the Chronoscope line too.


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Principal proud of transgender homecoming queen's election

Quote:

"If I win it would mean that the school recognizes me as the gender I always felt I was," Cassidy, 16, told The Times before the election.

"But with all the attention, I realized it's bigger than me," she said. "I'm doing this for the kids who can't be themselves."


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Cori Marie wrote:

For those of you who don't follow Lambda Legal's blog posts, the two posts regarding my settlement went up today. Lambda's Blog Post On the Matter

My Own Blog Post on the Matter

The EEOC's Press Release on the Matter

Congratulations on the win! :-)

It's always a good thing when discrimination can be curtailed.


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I wonder if those who "disapprove" of LGBT characters in games also disapprove of materials (adventures, art, maps etc.) made by LGBT people? If they are aware of it, of course.
Since Paizo employ quite a few LGBT people that would include all their products. At least one major fantasy artist is transgender. I just wonder how far their distaste goes.


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Auspician wrote:

At this point, if Paizo decides to hold back releasing PDFs to subscribers until after shipment it will be a choice to favor customers inclined to cancel orders and give customer service a really hard time over their loyal customers and subscribers who have been with them since the beginning.

tl;dr: Releasing PDFs immediately upon a successful card authorization would not cost Paizo anything, would not open them up to any financial risk, and would make their subscribers far more happy. So why not?

C Shepard wrote:
No, that's not acceptable when that is the point of the subscription. They tap my account and take the cash, the PDF's should be available in my downloads (which they did on Friday). People ordering them from the online store should not get them before the subscribers who have already been tapped.

You're both missing a crucial element in this. You're not paying for the pdf, you're paying for the physical book in the subscription.

The free pdf is just an added bonus and incentive.
So you're not entitled to receive access to your free pdf before you pay for the physical book. That happens when your card is charged, which it is when the physical book is shipped.

If you're mad about the holding "charge" then you should take that up with your bank and VISA/Mastercard. That has nothing to do with Paizo.


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Sissyl wrote:
Other sectors too have mentally ill people. Shocking.

As someone who's actually mentally ill I find your stance towards mental illness quite insulting. So everyone who does this kind of thing is automatically mentally ill?

Congratulations for adding to the stigma that mentally ill people are inherently dangerous and/or seriously unstable and socially maladjusted.


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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Some folks just take things too far, and society probably suffers for it.

I'm not seeing the connection between body decorations and the degeneration of society (except from a reactionary point of view, although that in itself doesn't prove anything).


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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
exactly. and, maybe they were right. Sometimes, old people actually know stuff. It's amazing.

It's a way of expression. It also connotates tribalism.

The same way a lot of rich, older women get facelifts and botox injections. But why am I not surprised that you didn't link to a picture of that?


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Got in as the 5th backer. Now for the long wait until next year! :-)


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I find it curious that it seems to be implied by several posters that if you don't use these "honorifics" you're somehow an impolite, rude, uncivilized person and even socially lazy and a jackass.
Funny how that contrasts with the implication that those who DO use them are the opposite...


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If anyone is in doubt over whether fear mongering is an oft used tactic, just use any of these words in connection with conservative sites or other media outlets (e.g. Fox News):


  • Gay agenda (non-existant)
  • Socialism (benign or non-existant depending on the context)

If the resulting deluge of articles, video clips etc. doesn't convince you that there's a fear campaign going on, then you're either unwilling to face the facts or utterly oblivious to what's going on around you.


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Andrew R wrote:
Irontruth wrote:
I'm not a fan of "austerity", I agree that spending your way out of a recession is usually the best bet. Greece's government budget was ridiculous, corrupt and wasteful though. Just funding the government budget would have been throwing good money after bad and it's hard to commit to major projects and programs when you have that much overspending on bad programs.
So if a person cannot pay their loans the answer is more loans?

From your description of Capitalism and Socialism above one could get the idea that you've either failed or never taken a basic political science class.

Now you're using the same right-wing tactic of comparing a country's economy to a household economy, which might sound mightly smart (to those who don't understand such matters), but isn't.
I'd suggest taking some basic courses or at least read some basic political science and economics books.


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Xzaral wrote:
Actually, I would agree on some kind of indicator to let readers know a thread has been locked would be appreciated. Of course, not having much knowledge in creating forums, I don't know how much effort implementing something like that would take.

It's quite easy, actually. If you click on a thread and the "REPLY" option above the posts is missing, the thread is locked.

Easy as pie.


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Definitely interested (depending on price point, though)!
The more cartography resources, the better! :-)

Besides the obvious tutorials already mentioned, here are a few more, just off the top of my head:
Ships/boats/trains - i.e. vehicles of larger scale.
Campsites.
Crossings - bridges, fallen tree(s) etc.
Otherworldly/planes.
3D and isometric maps.
Adding text, icons, symbols (Jonathan Roberts did a short piece on this recently).
Underwater maps.
Exotic locations - volcano/lava, treetop cities etc.
Turning a simple handdrawn map into a lavished map... and vice versa (e.g. for player handouts).
Printing out large maps (when you don't have access to a printing service (Kinko's etc.)).

Hope that's useful.

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