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captain yesterday wrote:
How can someone NOT like shrimp...

They're wet ticks. I don't eat wet ticks.


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It's time to play some blood-pig!


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What we used to do with football boots is put them on, stick our feet in a bucket of water, and walk around with the wet shoes for the rest of the day.

I've also heard people say they slept with them on for the first few nights after getting them.


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Wahida Mohamed, better known as Um Hanadi, is a 39-year-old Iraqi woman who leads a force of about 70 men in the fight against ISIS in the town of Shirqat.


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"Asked how this had happened, they replied that there had been a plague, 'and some Christians among them had suggested doing this [to bring divine protection], and from that time their country had been safe.'

--Peter Frankopan, The Silk Roads, A New History of the World


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Chef Yesterday wrote:

Had two Swedish pancakes that came out looking like animals.

We've dubbed them "The Contemplative Cow" and "The Melancholy Camel"

I'll try to get pictures of them up tomorrow. :-)

As long as it's not "The Cowpat," which is what the first one frequently becomes at Chez Kajehase.


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:(

So sorry for you losing your doggie, Treppa. *hugs*


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Ryan Reynolds is on the Alton Brown diet.


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tor.com is having a sweepstake for a galley copy of the novel over at their site (click the link).


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Think Legacy of Fire falls in the "sadly overlooked due to pre-publishing Pathfinder RPG hype" category.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Only 444 Days Left until Star Wars VIII (other cool dates on the link)[/url]

[Luke on Tattoine voice]But I want it now![/Luke on Tattoine voice]


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

Big, long weekend of communism. Won't bore you with details, but, yesterday, while I was at work, as always seems to be the case, the BLM NH peeps had a speakout about the recent spate of police killings and were visited by a half-dozen fascists.

Europe’s Newest Vigilante Group Lands In The U.S.

The Soldiers of Odin have established 42 state chapters in the U.S. since February.

What the f%*@ is going on in NH?

Time to revive the spirit of the Battle of Cable Street.


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"Bellic" perhaps. As in the latin for war - "bellum."

So "warlike?"


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
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The Clash--"I Fought the Law"
This is one my favorite anti-authority songs. :)

Originally recorded by The Crickets after Sonny Curtis (who wrote it) had replaced Buddy Holly in the band.


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No, no, I'm flabbergasted too. If nothing else it tastes much better cold.


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I thought rubits were powered by brownies and coffee. Have I been misinformed?


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The King in {a} Yellow {bus}

I'll admit to thinking it was going to be Elvis in an American school bus.


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The computer decided to lock the directory I've got my Pathfinder monster files in in Read-Only mode. I have done nothing to indicate I wanted this to happen. Seems Windows 7 can be annoying too.


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Well, there was that time the bus driver informed us he was literally pressing the pedal to metal and it was still only doing 50 km/h. So that made it a bit nervy.


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Not that nose, the ones in (Roman) Carthago and points further west.


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Don't forget the hacking the nose off of statues.


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Mostly Africa. There's a bit of Mesoamerica too, and a whole bunch of generic pulp-jungle.


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Hey! Rome was the goths and vandals, don't blame us for their mascara-and-crushed-velvet-looting attacks.


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*calls up the Danes, north-English, Shetlanders, Normans, and Icelanders and launches viking-raid on Kobold Cleaver's home*


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A bit more on topic, A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller is a fairly fun read about how Kanan and Hera first met in a kind of Mission Impossible or The Saint style caper.


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I'm guessing you're referring to the Nobel Peace Prize. That is handed out by the Norwegian parliament's Nobel committee.

Peace Prize - Norwegian parliament
Literature - Swedish Academy
Chemistry - Swedish Science Academy
Medicine or Physiology - Karolinska Institutet (Medical University in the Stockholm area)
Physics - Swedish Science Academy
Memorial Prize for Economics (not a Nobel) - Swedish National Bank


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Freehold DM wrote:
littlediegito wrote:
Ventress is one of the lead characters in the new canon book Dark Disciple. It is based off of unproduced Clone Wars episodes for season 6. It wraps up her story, so it is unlikely we will see her in Rebels.
that was...not very good.

Definitely not Lost Stars level of good. (Admittedly, Lost Stars kicks every other Star Wars book's behind, so that's a bit of a high bar. And this is someone who usually bounces off YA books hard saying that.)


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Hmm... Veli Nyström, Sweden-Finlander or Finnish? *googles* Online gallery says Tampere, so probably the latter.


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"You just stuck your anus into my forcefield!"
-Sue Perkins during the Supersizers French Revolution episode.


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And a bard-archetype based on Sue Perkins?
I have no idea who that is, and I'm too busy and not intrigued enough to Google her.

She was one of the hosts on Great British Bake-Off and a general delight. She also did a show where she and a food critic would eat food typical for a period of history for a week whilst playing dress-up and doing little skits.

TL/DR - She's the bestest of the best.


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And a bard-archetype based on Sue Perkins?


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Soviet Estonian ad for Chicken Schnitzel

49 kopeks? That's one hell of a bargain, tovaritj!


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Nah, it's my brother who's the Swedish chef.


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From Scottish Twitter:

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Asked the burd in Krispy Kremes for 5 Nutella donuts and she says "have you got any nut allergies" aye pal I'm planning suicide by donut
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Why dae folk ask babies stupid s!$!e like "Ur gettin big arent ye?" As if the wee c%~%s gony be like aye Moira yer spot on am oan the protein


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I'd go more with a nastier, pseudo-medieval version of East Germany.


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Flounderman, Flounderman
Does whatever a flounder can
Stays real close to the ground
He means well but is a bit s+#~e
Watch out, here comes Flounderman.


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I... I... just spent $209 on a book I already have in paperback and audio...

Damn you, Subterranean Press.


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Found on Twitter:

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“You say that it looks like United have gone back to a 4-2-3-1,” says Ian Copestake, “but I think they have actually gone back to 1973/74.”


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At the risk of getting lynched - the Kula Shaker version of Hush is better than the Deep Purple ones.


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Kajehase wrote:
Don Juan de Cornelius wrote:
Chic--Take It Off
Pulp - Sheffield Sex City

Goldfrapp - Strict Machine live at Glastonbury 2004


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Suede - Animal Nitrate


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Clicking the link leads to the video of the interview. Unfortunately the audio cut out a bit into it, but the Gollancz people promised to put it up as a podcast later.

In short: Bear may still be in character as Rita Big-Bad.

There was some showing off of the anniversary edition of Lies of Locke Lamora, and Lynch got in a nice burn on Shy Knives writer Sam Sykes.

They're a very cute couple.

Scott Lynch is not out to cause emotional damage to reader, but if people worry about the characters he writes, that's good.

Bear spoke wise words about the need to strike a balance between dark and light in stories.

The book that made Bear want to be a writer was Peter S. Beagle's The Last Unicorn.

Lynch began his writing around age 7, trying to write choose-your-own-adventure novels, and was later influenced by William Gibson and Raymond Feist.

The last books that impressed Bear by doing something unexpected was Charlie Jane Anders's All the Birds in the Sky, despite being a boy-meets-girl kind of book.

...and then the audio cuts out. There's some miming for a bit until they have to give up.


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WAKEY-WAKEY, WORLD! STAND UP AND BE COUNTED!
Map update #2-1

Slightly miffed my marker's ended up in the sticks out on the Vara plain. ;-)


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Question for the British: How long does it take to traverse the length of Albion (by various means)...and what effects might Brexit have on that (to say nothing of the Chunnel)?

Tough question to answer, actually.

Probably about 8/9 hours by car from London to Edinburgh (never done it myself), but 1.5 by plane. Train is 4-5 hours. Thing is, it depends where you're actually going, and if you want to go from (say) Oxford to Aberystwyth (less than half as far), 5 hours in the car, 8 on trains, and no possible flights.

Until Brexit settles down no way of knowing the impact.

Apparently, from Land's End to John O'Groats, i.e. the length of the whole UK, takes:

* Two to three months to walk
* Nine days by bicycle
* Eleven and a half weeks by horse
* 8 days, 10 hours and 9 minutes by wheelchair
* 21 days by skateboard
* 12 hours 30 minutes by car
* 22 hours, 10 minutes and 30 seconds by JCB excavator
* Five days by ride-on lawnmower
* Two weeks, eight hours and thirty minutes using over 60s free concessionary bus pass.
* 46 minutes 44 seconds by McDonnell Douglas F-4K Phantom.

This probably actually belongs in the Did You Know? thread, and also probably tells you bugger all, but there you go.

These will of course all be shortened a bit if the Scots decide to have another go at independence.


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Listed for purchase at a (not that much) later date.


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Another great how-things-change detail - they travel to Sweden by boat, and the hotel they're staying at looks like this.


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Brilliant scene in Summer of '92:

Yugoslavia has been tossed out of the European Championships due to the embargo against them and the hastily assembled Danish players who're replacing them are arriving from their various vacations.

One of them, John 'Faxe' Jensen, is arguing with his girlfriend who's upset they won't be able to spend the vacation together, and at one point he ends up lodged in the door of their (fairly modest as he works in Denmark and this is pre big-TV-money wages) car as he's trying to get his bag out as she's raising the window to it. And this is of course the moment when the team's superstar, Peter Schmeichel, turns up in his luxury car, with resulting press followers and autograph hunters in his wake as 'Faxe' is hanging in the car window.


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"The unwise man is awake all night,
and ponders everything over;
when morning comes he is weary in mind,
and all is a burden as ever."

--Some Norse guy or gal 800-1200 years ago.


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Voyd211 wrote:

So I'm part of a writing community called the Protectors of the Plot Continuum. The basic premise is that we send agents into bad fanfiction and set canon the way it's supposed to be.

One of the quirks of our setting is minis. Whenever a canon name is misspelled, it creates a tiny monster relevant to the setting. For instance, misspellings of Lord of the Rings names result in mini-Balrogs, and Harry Potter ones result in mini-Aragogs. Agents usually adopt minis; my characters have more than a dozen of them.

What do you think the mini would be for the Pathfinder Chronicles? I've always thought it'd be either mini-Rovagugs or mini-Tarrasques.

Sarenrae. She's the one people mis-spell the most, and as a result that mis-reading/mis-spelling leads to folks thinking her name is pronounced like Saran Wrap.

For the record, it's pronounced like this:

SAIR-in-ray

Rhymes with "FAIR in ray."

Would happen a lot less often if English would just adopt the use of the letter "ä"


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Crystal Frasier wrote:
Huh... that was supposed to be tongue-in-cheek. I didn't realize people would actually respond O.o

You asked role-players to tell you about their characters... ;-)

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