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Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Fugazi - "Waiting Room"
This one played a pivotal role in setting Baby Doodlebug on the road to Bolshevism, although, if pressed, I'd have to admit I'm not sure I have any idea what it's about.

Being trapped by the system and stepping outside it to have self-realisation and self-actualisation.

I always thought.

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Luna is a great job on a sweet sculpt. Nice work.

I am amazed by your painting prowess and pace.

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Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Also tried reading Montaillou by Emile La Roi Ladurie, which was very dull indeed, unless you like reading about the daily lives of 13th Century Cathar Shepherds ** spoiler omitted ** Not a keeper.

One of the more useless "facts" that I have used to impress people with over the years is that the Britishiznoid term "bugger" is derived from "Bulgar" which was in reference to the Cathar Heresy.

I learned that from an introductory essay to my edition of Candide; if it isn't actually true, I don't wanna hear about it.

My grandmother has called me a little bugger more times than I can remember.

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Christopher Tolkein is not thrilled with the films and is holding on to the rights to Silmarillion, Unfinished Tales and his own Children of Hurin.

It's a shame Del Toro walked on this; it's a shame they turned one film into three.

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Treppa wrote:
I got it. So there.

We all did, it's painfully easy.

GM just has low expectations.

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man or girl?

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Pathfinder Origins

on Dynamite website.

Jim Zub has moved on to writing for dnd and some bigger publishers.
As a result, the new comics are being written by Paizonians: Erik Mona is writing the first one.

It was revealed on the Know Direction podcast last week.

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Hello,

I would like to cancel my subscription to Pathfinder Tales, including the book from this order.

The rest of my subscription should then be able to go out.

I hope that makes sense.

GE

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A life cut short, lost potential... Very sad.

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Hello,

I would like to change my subscriptions and so cancel some, but not all, of this order.

I would like to cancel my Companion and Campaign Setting subscriptions, including not buying the Ranged Tactics Toolbox.

Once that is done, my bank account is sorted out so the re-arranged subscription order should be able to be charged and sent out.

I hope that makes sense.

GE

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Kajehase wrote:
According to market research website YouGov, supporters of the far right British National Party (BNP) are more likely than the average population in the UK to be fans of rapper 50 Cent.

I guess the question is: does 50cent's persona challenge or reinforce racist stereotypes?

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Fergurg wrote:
On July 4th, 1776, King George of Great Britain wrote in his diary, "Nothing important happened today."

What makes that feat truly impressive is that he'd been dead for 50 years...

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Good question.

I could do with five more quests.

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Auren "Rin" Cloudstrider wrote:

GG Allen link

this punk rock song isn't safe for work, but it is a small time classic i discovered last night

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Celestial Healer wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
The oldest church in America is a tiny chapel in the Dominican city of Santo Domingo, originally built by Columbus' son.

It is the longest standing church in America but an older church, St. Bernard de Clairvaux was shipped over from Spain and put back together in Florida.

It dates from the 12th Century and is thus the oldest church in America.

Depends on the definition of "church". An ancient Egyptian temple was shipped over from its site near the Aswan Dam and reassembled at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Suh-weet!

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Got all nostalgic and looked up some vids by Bostonians (not all natives) who only achieved modest levels of success and then I would run into in used record stores:

The Real Kids
The Lyres
Little Joe Cook and the Thrillers
Slapshot
Galaxie 500
Mission of Burma
Papas Fritas
Al Kooper

Mission of Burma are still awesome today. The new stuff is up there with Signals, Calls and Marches.

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I would give them land, serfs, status and an obligation to provide one mounted warrior, ten archers and ten pike-wielding infantry on demand.

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That title gave me an odd mental image: Gorky's Zygotic Mynki playing on an asteroid.

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Eowyn looks a bit goth in that pic but the other two are lovely jobs on tidy miniatures.

Good to see your still going.

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I've covered Black & Tan as the name for a drink in this thread before.

I implore you not to continue its use: grossly insensitive and inappropriately light-hearted.

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I stick to original with Guiness.

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Packeys, wow! That's some serious cultural confusion for a Briton.

Spoiler:
in the UK there is a tradition of immigrants running corner shops and 'P*$&' is racist slang for 'Pakistani'. If you said that here you would be identifying as a racist.

My wife won't buy booze and baby things at the same time. She worries.

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Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
The oldest church in America is a tiny chapel in the Dominican city of Santo Domingo, originally built by Columbus' son.

It is the longest standing church in America but an older church, St. Bernard de Clairvaux was shipped over from Spain and put back together in Florida.

It dates from the 12th Century and is thus the oldest church in America.

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Yeah, but caved-in heads?

Too much.

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Charles Evans 25 wrote:
DM Barcas wrote:
And then they follow it up with what might be the single worst episode in years. There was almost nothing redeemable about that episode.

If you're referring to 'In the Forest of the Night' it was fun children's television, at its most fluffy and 'awwwwww'. You may very well have seen future stars there, as child-actors.

Now as to whether it's Doctor Who?...
(The immediately previous two episodes, 'Mummy on the Orient Express' and 'Flatline' both seem to have had the same writer, 'Jamie Mathieson'. 'In the Forest of the Night' was apparently written by 'Frank Cottrell Boyce'. Different writers, different styles of story.)

Worth noting that Frank Cottrell Boyce is better known as a novelist who writes funny, tender and often emotional books for children (10-14 range). He wrote Millions and Cosmic.

He is an experienced script-writer as well, but I imagine he tapped his children's writer side for this one.

As I have spent most of the series complaining that it is too scary/gory for kids, I don't mind at all. It's supposed to be kids TV.

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The Mabinogion would be a good adventuring resource.

Bendigeidfran would make a great NPC ally.

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I'm a subscriber so I've got all of the books. I've read them up to Skinwalkers (except for Dagger of Trust, which I am half-way through now).

I don't mind which we read, I don't even mind re-reading an old one.

I'm in.

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drunken_nomad wrote:
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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Orthos wrote:
HammerFall ► Hammerfall

My friend Heyward, about Bad Company:

"When a group has a song that's named after themselves, it's a sure sign that they suck!"

Hey man, "Minor Threat" by Minor Threat is a CLASSIC.

IRON MAIDEN by IRON MAIDEN

...Iron Maiden's gonna get you, no matter how far.

Bad Company is a pretty goofy band (though I still like 'Rock n Roll Fantasy') and the song is alright *shrug* (as is the 5FDP cover of that self titled tune).

Orthos, have you had a chance to see Wacken Open Air festival? Or Paganfest if youre in the states? A lot of those bands play in those places...Download Festival in UK too. Watching Amon Amarth or Kamelot or Turisas or Gamma Ray live is spectacular!

Snot - Snot

Refused - Refused are F**$ing Dead

Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Clan ain't Nothing ta F*!# Wit

Jane's Addiction - Jane Says

Atari Teenage Riot - Atari Teenage Riot II

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leo1925 wrote:
I am running Iron Gods (party currently in science deck) and i have read most (but not all) of the 2nd book, the art seems better than ever to me, the 1st book is very good (although the science deck seems kinda weak) but the 2nd book seems very boring to me, i sincerely hope it isn't boring to play as well.

It looks like it will play well.

Your players' choices will make a big difference, they have a huge opportunity to (even unwittingly) approach the situations in many different ways.

It also has plenty of perverse and engaging details which are Logue's signature.

What, particularly, seems boring to you?

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So, Jim Zub is writing the DnD comic now, as well as the Pathfinder comic?

One-man genre!

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Congratulations!

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I don't think you can judge an AP on three books.

Even after all six are out, you need to give time for them to be played and reflected on.

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GreyWolfLord wrote:

AS LONG AS WE ARE TALKING DIVERSITY...There are a few areas which PAIZO does not represent minorities.

I don't think most of the pictures they post have a racial minority (I think ethnic, for example Hispanics, but I haven't seen any Asians or African Americans in the pictures that they post on their blogs, or on the representatives of their company all that much).

In fact, we've seen more European women and men than any minorities. We've seen a few LGBT, normally not in their photos though, but on the forums.

That is, if we are going to talk about the hiring representation, of course.

As far as the editing the OP came across as personally motivated (whether it was or not). Hard to comment on such a thing in that light.

On that same note, and related to the design and development team, I think a women would almost be mandatory for that. I was unaware that there were no women on that team. Wouldn't it be great to have a woman's insight? I think a women on the team would be able to more aptly directly apply a woman's sense of interest and thoughts which many times are not heeded or seen on teams composed entirely of men.

Just my two useless copper since this subject was brought up.

When it comes to art, the Paizonians have mentioned that fantasy artists are a funny bunch.

They often get art which which is much more white and buxom than they ask for.

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I have just returned from Oxford Beer Festival, which I enjoyed very much.

The highlight was Gallipoli (a fantastic stout/porter with really rich flavours), from a tiny local brewery. Blue Sky was also excellent (very fresh and crisp) and so was Stormcrow (dark and licquorice,with extra points for a LoTR reference).

I wish all of my beer was fresh from the cask!

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Babies are awesome!

Baby TacticsLion is, presumably, preparing for a mythic game of Kirthfinder already.

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Nostalgia!

At The Drive-In - Relationship of Command

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Limeylongears wrote:

A good week for picking up inexpensive reading material in charity shops:

I Knew a Young Lady Who.. - Yorkshire Cat's Protection League (99p)
Lies of Locke Lamora and A History of Tea - Helping Hands (50p each)
Das Krapital (Roger's Profanisaurus) - British Heart Foundation (£2.50)

The latter is one of my favourite books of all time, being a huge compendium (?) of indecent words, phrases and expressions, very few of which would be at all appropriate for sharing on paizo.com. However, if anybody has ever cried 'Begone, Demon Lord of Karanga!' after disposing of a particularly arduous bowel evacuation, consider yourself congratulated.

Ah, Viz! I wonder if that's humour which travels well?

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So, third Gulf War coming soon to a military near you.

Ain't it grand!

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This is great: the semi-sandbox environment, the rep rules, the gangs...

Good work Logue.

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That's not really a sensible comparison.

Geography is often misread here: the Falklands are a long way from Argentina, they are not 'naturally' part of any state.

The people who matter here, the Islanders, speak English and feel themselves to be British. The economy has, for generations, been supported by the UK with no expectation of benefit.

In a sense, colonising the Falklands has been a mistake but we have supported the place regardless.

Every so often they have a referendum to prove the obvious: the overwhelming majority of the islanders want to remain British.

I don't understand why LazarX has a problem with that?

It makes more sense for Alaska to join Canada and Hawaii to become an independent state than it does for Argentina to govern the Falklands. None of those things should happen though.

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Galtieri's Junta started the war.

And, unlike him, Thatcher was democratically elected.

Also, honestly, it's hard to find a Briton who harbours any real resentment toward Argentina as a result of the Falklands war.

I know that 1980s-style lefty humour thinks any knock to El Thatcherino is hilarious but that one just doesn't scan...

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It's depressing that an oppressive dictator can use war to distract his people and then, even after they angrily ditch him, the animosity he manufactured continues for generations.

What a terrible, terrible man.

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CE characters like to mess with people: "Sure, I'll turn your parents into vampires: bring them to me."

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I have almost every PAizo book and have had no problems. However, I have not opened WotR volumes as I was playing it.

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It is a magnificent event, all the same.

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Is this a forum post, or is it ad copy?

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James Sutter wrote:
havoc xiii wrote:
So I'm rereading this book and I notice Lissete a song about a certain "hero" and his halfling brother. That was awesome to see.
I was wondering how many people noticed that particular Easter egg. :) Glad you enjoyed it!

Explainings?

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So...

A sci-fi author with no web-fiction and no published novel-length fiction is dropped into cliche-danger territory.

I am concerned.

James better be showing some mad editor-fu here and have gone full diamond-in-the-rough with this author.

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The obvious choice would be Athens.

It has the infrastructure, it has the history (well, Greece does, and Athens had the Panathenaia), it could do with the money and it is not a big competitor so bias wouldn't be a problem.

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