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I'm 37 years old, which means the day of my birth is farther away from the present, than it is to the end of the Second World War.


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Does anyone else think that with this picture, and the headline, "British Antarctic research station to be moved due to deep crack in the ice," you get the impression that the station is going to walk away, or is it just me having been awake for more than 24 hours?


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Ragadolf wrote:
Harry 'Blacksocks' MacGrognard wrote:
BACK IN MY DAY, ALL WE HAD WERE ASSASSINS! AND WE LIKED IT! NONE OF THIS NEWFANGLED PRESTIGE CLASS FOLDEROL! DARN IT A MAGIC USER IS A MAGIC USER, NOT A WIZARD!

"YOU TELL 'EM SONNY! WE HAD THACO AND WE LIKED IT! THIS NEW FANGLED AC/D20 IS FOR WUSSES!"

;P

I like taco.


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Presented without comment: Australia's Great Emu War


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The first woman to be the editor of a major British newspaper was Rachel Sassoon* Beer, an Iraqi Jewish woman born in Bombay, who edited both the Observer (from 1891) and the Sunday Times (from 1893).

* aunt of Siegfried


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Sissyl wrote:
Lutefisk... a true swedish specialty. Served with diced eggs, white sauce, boiled potatoes and black pepper. Not (as I have heard) deep fried onna stick.

Who knows, that might actually make it edible. Oh, who am I kidding, it'd still be seafood.


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"If the aim of developing society would be that we all should work the maximum amount of time we'd be insane. The aim is to free the human to create their maximum amount. Dance. Paint. Sing. Yes, whatever you want. Freedom."

Ernst Wigforss, Swedish minister of finance 1925-26, 1936-1949


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Freehold DM wrote:
CH IS MARRIED EVERYBODY DRINK

CH! CH! CH!


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Kajehase wrote:
Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Complainte pour Sainte Catherine

And the reason I went looking for it: First Aid Kit - Complainte pour Sainte Catherine live on Swedish TV quiz show På Spåret

They did The Gambler by Kenny Rogers too


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Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Complainte pour Sainte Catherine


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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Blockbuster turned down it's chance to acquire NetFlix in order to partner with Enron. (Yes, THAT Enron.)

In a similar vein, at one point the Gothenburg football clubs GAIS and BK Häcken owned a firm producing advertising for rental-VHS tapes and a youth football tournament together.

Eventually they decided to end their cooperation, with the bigger club, GAIS, taking care of the more lucrative advertising firm, and Häcken taking care of the youth tournament.

Today, that youth tournament, Gothia Cup, is the biggest football tournament in the world, and GAIS is no longer the bigger of the two clubs.


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I still regret not wearing a sarong during the five minutes in the 90's it was almost fashionable for slightly-open-minded teenage and twenty-something men to wear them.


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And Z-Cars (everyone was in Z-Cars, it seems - it's where BRIAN BLESSED got his start, for instance).


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Charles Scholz wrote:

Happy for you!

Also jealous.

Edit: Wow, Eric Hagon has had an impressive career in the acting business.
He was in Doctor Who with both Jon Pertwee and Matt Smith, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Batman, and Mission: Impossible to name a few in the last 57 years.

I HAVE BOTH HIS DOCTOR WHO OUTINGS ON DVD!!!

And dear lord, he was in The Line of Beauty, Örnen!!!!, Cambridge Spies... daaaaaaaamn.


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Wait, when did this turn into the "Flog a Dead Horse" thread?


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ErisAcolyte-Chaos jester wrote:
I look forward to having a look at the green mother. Because I'm wondering what the sexy eldest of seduction and carnivorous plants is going to look like and have more detailed lore explaining her style, personality, and realm. Chances are that people entering her realm either end up in her bed or in a plant belly. Generally the latter than the former.

Wouldn't rule out the former being the latter.


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Definitely not the 5th sentence on page 55, but it showed up on my screen and I have to share it somewhere:

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She had a poise that said she had killed before. No problem, thought Locke as he moved backwards, so have I, and that's when he tripped over the body of the man he just stabbed.

Scott Lynch, Red Seas Under Red Skies


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Saw him put this on twitter.

I'm guessing set in Taldor.


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Who did you say?


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Cap'n Yesterday, FaWtL Tourism wrote:

It must be nice having a state so big you can blame the other half when s~&~ goes wrong.

We just have Illinois. Which is admittedly a terrible place. Or Iowa, which is a worse place, and Minnesoty, which has less lakes then we do, and is probably a terrible place.

Edit: admittedly, Wisconsinites are kind of a+&&+%%s about their neighbors.

We have a whole country - won't say which but... "why can't you be more like Canada?"


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Whip It - If you've watched more than two sports-movies you'll know every plot twist ahead of time, but it still manages to be damn good.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

I'm now home from the hospital, with 38 cm of picc line running to my heart and an antibiotic that requires a weekly blood test to ensure that it's not killing my kidneys.

But I am home, and my other half is making us a real Thanksgiving dinner!!!

Happy bettering as we say here.


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Something about "showering with gifts" maybe? Could be barking up the wrong forest, though.


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Something for (most of) the girls (and some of the boys): Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire


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Does Andoran have privateers? While I can see the fledgling democracy trying to distance themselves from the barbarism of the Shackles pirates, I'd be surprised if they didn't have a few captains that target Chelaxian ships in order to disrupt trade for one of their political rivals in the Inner Sea. What, then, is the difference in Andoran's eyes between a "pirate" and a "privateer?" Is it the letter of marque that places them on the side of freedom and liberty?
It absolutely does; the Gray Corsairs. They're a subset of the Eagle Knights. The difference is indeed the letter of marque that legalizes the privateer's actions. And a privateer that breaks the law or goes against Andoran's interests also breaks that letter and presto, they're now pirates.

I hope James won't mind me expanding his answer a bit, but I thought I should add that Pirate's Prophecy and Pirate's Promise by Chris A Jackson are good Pathfinder novels dealing with pirates and Andoran's privateers (and some other stuff it'd be spoilery to mention).


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Feros wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Yeah we get the everyone forgets how to drive thing over here. But what annoys me more is everyone buying up all the f@%&ing milk and bread.

WTF is that gonna do for you if you get snowed in? Other than go bad?

Ummmm...Canadian here, chiming in...you do realize don't you that if you are snowed in and the power is off...just putting the spoilables in a snowbank will keep them from spoiling, right?

Scandinavian chiming in with how nice it is to suddenly have a freezer shaped exactly like your balcony during winter.


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Sissyl wrote:

One of the saddest things anyone ever said so I heard it was "It's immoral to commit homosexual acts! We must all stand firm and not give in to that temptation!"

I kid you not. :(

that's... Just sad.

And, let's be honest, hilarious.


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Not that there's anything wrong with that.


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The Green Tea Gamer wrote:
I'm not even going to #nohomo that. If you're incapable of admitting those are two of the sexiest human beings alive, you're blind, not hetero.

I think one of the perks of figuring out you're completely straight early on in your life is that you can describe other members of your sex as attractive (or words to that effect) and not feel you have to add a disclaimer about not being gay.


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David M Mallon wrote:

Billy Ray Cyrus' multi-platinum hit single "Achy Breaky Heart" was originally written by Nashville songwriter Don Von Tress 1990 as a single for The Oak Ridge Boys. However, Oak Ridge Boys lead singer Duane Allen thought that the lyrics were too silly and passed the song off to California country band The Marcy Brothers, who changed a few lyrics (for example, "achy breaky" became "achy breakin'") and released it in 1991 as "Don't Tell My Heart."

That same year, Billy Ray Cyrus heard Von Tress's original version of the song, and chose to include it on his debut album Some Gave All in 1992. "Achy Breaky Heart" is written in the key of A major and possesses only two chords: A and E. The song is considered by some as one of the worst songs of all time, featuring at number two in VH1 and Blender's list of the "50 Most Awesomely Bad Songs Ever."

While I agree that it's a pretty bad song, saying it's one of the worst of all time completely ignore the Swedish Eurovision Song Contest qualifiers which will throw up 5-10 completely objectively utter stinkers per annum.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Holy carp Ticket to Ride: Nordic Countries is intense O_O

Just wait till you've tried it in real life.


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In his currently ongoing run of Black Panther, Ta-Nehisi Coates tried to base T'Challa's sister, Shuri, on the D&D Bard class and the Griot tradition.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Over the past year or so, I've started growing my hair longer than the "'81 Henry Rollins" cut I used to have. On the upside, I no longer look like a Straight Edge half-orc, but on the downside, I'm starting to slide into the whole "Londo Mollari" look.

As long as it's not season 1 Vir Cotto.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Am I too late to ask for evil princesses kidnapping poor linnorms?

You can never be too late to ask for that.


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Chirrut Imwe and Baze Malbus kicking Stormtrooper arse by Darren Tan (who did some Pathfinder art back in the early days of the module line).


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David M Mallon wrote:
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David M Mallon wrote:

Just sent off an inquiring e-mail to one of my favorite creative professionals. Hopefully I'll get some kind of response, even if it's not on his web series.

** spoiler omitted **...

Tweeted the web-page, for what that's worth given that I only have just above 100 followers.
What do you mean?

That I tweeted a link to your web-page with a mention that you take commissions. Guess I should've asked first, maybe.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Raven Moon wrote:
Gisher wrote:
Raven Moon wrote:
The car accident story of Mark Hamill is true I remember the story way back in the 80s.
I'm pretty sure that David M Mallon was presenting the accident as fact and used the phrase "both theories" to refer to both McCartney and Hamill being replaced by lookalikes.
I guess the trick now is to figure out if I agree he was replaced or if I agree there is a conspiracy he was replaced (Hamill that is).
All I know is that when he reprised his role as Blair for the Wing Commander movie, he looked an awful lot like Freddie Prinze Jr.

Well, they've both played Jedis.


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It's western-style tea 101, for crying out loud.


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David M Mallon wrote:

Just sent off an inquiring e-mail to one of my favorite creative professionals. Hopefully I'll get some kind of response, even if it's not on his web series.

** spoiler omitted **...

Tweeted the web-page, for what that's worth given that I only have just above 100 followers.


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And, of course, eighty is four-twenty.

Still, if you've encountered the Danish counting system you love the French one for its straight-forward and easily grasped workability.


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DeciusNero wrote:
Damn Taldan agitators! ;)
I'm always down to blame the Taldans. :-)

I think everyone blames Taldor for something, often keeping a personal list of real and imagined transgressions.

** spoiler omitted **

Taldor is a great place for some fun adventures, yet its history sure does make it a target for good-natured jabs at its dignity—at least in a thread about Qadira!

Also the fact that I cannot get Earl Grey tea at iPic. I have always blamed Taldor for that.

What barbaric circle of hell is this iPic?


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Aberzombie wrote:
Originally, J. Michael Straczynski intended to cast Everett McGill in the role of Major Ryan in the Babylon 5 (1994) episode "Severed Dreams". However, Straczynski didn't know his full name, so when he asked to have McGill contacted to set up a meeting about casting him, his assistant asked if he meant Bruce, and Straczynski said yes. Bruce McGill was invited to meet with Straczynski, and it was only after the two met that Straczynski realized his mistake. Straczynski decided to use Bruce for the role of Major Ryan, despite this.

The Babylon 5 episode Severed Dreams features the single most bad-ass line in Sci-Fi television history. I won't quote it, because David might not be there yet, and those who've seen it probably know which one I'm talking about.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Can't find my good shorts, and I wore my not as good shorts yesterday, which means I'm forced to wear my jeans.

Man, do I hate pants!

Thankfully, next week I go clearance shorts shopping, gotta make sure I'm stocked up for winter.

Last winter I slipped on a piece of ice while wearing some nice costume trousers and ripped the knee. They made surprisingly stylish shorts.


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Which obviously will be celebrated with a pastry that's mostly whipped cream.


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I've managed to shrink my waist by a belt-hole-length since the start of the month. Yay!


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Charles Scholz wrote:

I wonder what Sonja will do when she meets Ezren and Seoni?

She has a great dislike of wizards and sorcerers.
Will she try to kill them at first sight?
In 2 weeks we will know.

Having read Gail Simone's run on Red Sonja, the question I'm most interested in is, "How limber is Valeros?"


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David M Mallon wrote:
Oh, Babylon 5, where have you been all my life?

In case you want to deepen your interest.


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I identify more than I suspect one should with Lieutenant Bush.


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James Jacobs wrote:
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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Also bicycles aren't really built to handle full plate fighters with greatswords...
James, did you ever play jousting on bicycles as a kid? If yes, how much did it hurt?
Nope. Never did.

You chose wisely.


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Goldfrapp - Strict Machine live at Glastonbury 2004

Goldfrapp - Strict Machine live at Glastonbury 2014

Guess someone in the band decided it was more fun to give the guitar some wellie in the time between.

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