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Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Modules, Tales Subscriber. 9,905 posts (10,776 including aliases). No reviews. 17 lists. 1 wishlist. 28 aliases.


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And felicitations Patrick!


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Celestial Healer wrote:

If I ever meet her I'm going to call her Lizzie Windsor.

(I can say that, assured by the extreme unlikeliness of such a meeting ever occurring.)

You say that, but about 15 years ago during my stint as temporary teacher the class I helped out in went to Oslo on a school trip, and during our visit to the Vigeland park, who should be strolling on the opposite side of the footpath accompanied by two bodyguards if not the Bloody Queen of England.


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Hutt in a hot-tub!


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therealthom wrote:

Why can't we just look to some old classic units?

Stone furlong fortnight for the win!

I'll give you four groats for that furlong.


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Justin Franklin wrote:
Treppa wrote:

Thirty-three degrees of motion, m~*#&#@!&#$@! YEAH! Gained three degrees when I thought progress was stopping. Today was my last PT appointment, but I'm gon' keep working this b@%*$ 'til it begs for mercy. They said I'd never get 60 to 70 (normal), but that's going to be my goal anyway.

Did you ever think you'd see somebody so ridiculously happy about a gain of three degrees of motion in a stupid fingertip? ;)

P.S. Oh, also gained about 8 pounds of grip strength.

P.P.S. Why aren't we on metric yet?

Cuz Merica!!

You're showing solidarity with the Burmese!


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DSXMachina wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
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Patrick Curtin wrote:

As an aside: Anyone who wants a stirring epic to listen to as they drive along could do worse than the Silmarillion. The narrator has one of those voices that makes you think of Homer and Odysseus. And the story! Flame-hearted Faenor and his crafting of the Silmarils. Melkor/Morgoth and dread Ungoliant and their destruction of the Two Trees. The rise and fall of Numenor.

Epic

Which version of the audiobook do you have? The one I have makes me space out and fall asleep.
The narrator is named Martin Shaw
The Martin Shaw!, that's brilliant he has a great voice. (And was superb in The Professionals, a must-see for any police/FBI tv-show fan)

I thought it sounded familiar! *breaks out the Inspector George Gently box-sets*


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Patrick Curtin wrote:

As an aside: Anyone who wants a stirring epic to listen to as they drive along could do worse than the Silmarillion. The narrator has one of those voices that makes you think of Homer and Odysseus. And the story! Flame-hearted Faenor and his crafting of the Silmarils. Melkor/Morgoth and dread Ungoliant and their destruction of the Two Trees. The rise and fall of Numenor.

Epic

Re-reading the Silmarillion as an adult was one of those eye-opener reads - it wasn't boring and stilty after all!


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The Guns of Empire by Django Wexler in which [not a spoiler] Winter (the main-main protagonist) invade their world's equivalent of Russia. But it's in spring, so that should be fine, right?


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Molten Dragon wrote:
Do you vote for kings?

The Poles did. As did the Swedes up until the 16th century (the campaigning usually consisted of "I have *this* many men at arms and knocked the head of the previous king, how about you?")


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1996 sure looks a long time ago.


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Did anyone else see those Penguin-style-covers-for-Doctor Who-stories?


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Patrick Curtin wrote:

Magical Manifest Destiny (a campaign thought)

The continent of Avardiel was peacefully occupied by a race of wood elves who integrated with the surrounding ecosystem and derived much of their magic in Druidic form. Then the Bartok Empire arrived.

Riding ships with their Sun God's Sigil on the sails, the human Bartokites and their vassals the Gurm landed on the eastern shore of Avardiel and immediately set about conquering. The Avardielians were unprepared, and arcane magic was an unknown discipline among them. The Bartokites were masters of arcane magic, having honed their craft through centuries of warfare. They lured the Gurm, an ogre-like race, into alliance with offers of loot and new lands to settle much more pleasant than their Subarctic island continent.

Now the Avardiel face a foes with unknown powers and strong armies of Giants. Their culture is ill-equipped to fight off the newcomers, but fight them they must, or perish from the face of Avardiel forever.

The Sun God worshipers are always a$&~@+*$s. Anyone else wonder why that is?


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Treppa wrote:

2nd to last hand physical therapy session today. Only gained 2 degrees of movement last week, where I'd been gaining 4 each prior week. But up to 30 degrees, which is about half of normal, so woo! But she decided to really bend it hard today to break loose the joint - she can do it better than I with two hands, and she keeps working through pain that would make me stop. Because she doesn't feel it, until I punch her.

So really sore now and back to typing without it. And I will need to work it hard to keep whatever improvement she made today. "Pain and swelling are good - they show we're making progress. When it settles down and stops hurting, that's where it's going to stay." So... pain, awaaaaay!

Reminded of a story I read where one scene had the protagonist give someone crap for healing them magically after a work-out session because the pain made them feel they'd done their job.


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Bet this rugby woman used to hide up trees and jump at her friends when she was a kid.


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What did you think of Alison's final line in today's Strong Female Protagonist?

Open after answering:


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Sweden midfielder Kosovare Asslani in a tight spot.


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Yay for more German dwarflings! Congratulations Aeglos and Sabine.


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Kajehase wrote:
During World War II, the creator of The Phantom and Mandrake the Magician comic strips, Lee Falk, joined the US Army as Propaganda Chief at the St. Louis radio station KMOX and didn't have the time to write his comic, so instead the task was taken over (uncredited) by a young writer named Alfred Bester.

Continuing on the theme of The Phantom - as of the issue that dropped last Thursday, the Scandinavian version of the comic will start to feature adventures with the 22nd Phantom (the current one's son and daughter) in-between the regular 21st Phantom and historical episodes.

The first instalment of these was drawn by Paul Ryan (who worked on the marriage issues of both Superman and Spiderman, and passed away earlier this year), and written by the Swedish Phantom-veteran Clas Reimerthi.


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The Sarah Sjöström cheer squad yesterday.


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I'm hoping for Valerian & Laureline


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The Olympics start in a little under 50 minutes when Sweden and South Africa kick off the women's football tournament.


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During World War II, the creator of The Phantom and Mandrake the Magician comic strips, Lee Falk, joined the US Army as Propaganda Chief at the St. Louis radio station KMOX and didn't have the time to write his comic, so instead the task was taken over (uncredited) by a young writer named Alfred Bester.


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Time for a monkey-rampage?


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taig wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
November 2007, using this name.
We are forum-joining buddies! :D

Same here!

That post was talking about the first of many failed RPG Superstar items. I'm glad I found other places on the site. ;)

Well, you did come up with at least one non-failed RPG Superstar item in the end. ;)


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Is it here yet?
Is it here yet?
Is it here yet?
Is it here yet?


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Right, time to start waiting for an email letting me know The Guns of Empire by Django Wexler is available to order.


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November 2007, using this name.


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Paizo and the Swedish banking system seem to have a hard time getting along with subscription orders. *sighs, grumbles, updates payment method a second time*


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David M Mallon wrote:
And... I'm unemployed again.

Sorry to hear that. Good luck hunting for a new one.


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I had a tweet liked by Ellen Datlow. :O


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Hrothdane wrote:
Finally taking in my legal name and gender change paperwork tomorrow! I'm so nervous that I've been shaking as I got the paperwork copied and ordered. I'm just scared to death of %#*£ing something up :(

Congratulations and good job!


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This is why I'm against unnecessary abbreviation.


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Treppa wrote:

My poor roommate. She got on a tea binge a few years ago and bought a nice fancy electric kettle, several types of tea brewers/strainers, and tons of canisters of expensive tea. She enjoys and savors them all.

So when I moved in and she went to restock tea, she kept asking what kinds I liked -- monkey-picked oolong, imperial green, earl grey creme, etc. I finally whispered Liptons. Yes, tea bags. So now she's got a pantry shelf full of lovely teas and I have a box of Liptons. Her kettle has several heat settings so each tea brews at the right temperature. I crank it up all the way, drop in my tea bags, and let it steep until coffee-colored. Then I load it with sugar and cream and have it as a meal.

She tries to civilize me, she really does. But at least her fancy teas are safe (except for blackberry mojito).

Liptons do sell loose-leaf tea as well...


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Star Wars laser discs is my suggestion.


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I give you Doña Ana de Mendoza y de la Cerda, 2nd Princess of Melito; 3rd Countess of Melito; Marquesa de Algecilla; 2nd Duquesa de Francavilla; 3rd Condesa do Alian; Duquesa de Pastrana; - a.k.a. the One-eyed Woman


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Printing out Pathfinder monsters not in the Bestiarys has now reached the point where the 'D' and 'S' monsters need their own binders...


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Also appearing: Tom Baker (voicing "Bendu, a different type of Focre character").


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Going by the StarWars.com tweets from the Star Wars Celebration's Rebels panel, Thrawn will show up in season 3, voiced by Lars Mikkelsen (and appear in a new novel by Timothy Zahn).


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Coming this fall on CBS: Salami's Angel.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
I have been intrigued by the bits I have seen advertised about Mr Robot. I tried Humans, but I found it weak and the characters unengaging.

Try and find a subtitled version of the Swedish original - much better. (And I'm not just saying that because I'm Swedish.)


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Yesterday I started and finished both
Step Aside, Pops by Kate Beaton (comic strip collection) and Discount Armageddon by Seanan McGuire.


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Really sad to hear this. My condolences to his family and friends.


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I want my money back!


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Recently finished Bloodbound by Wes Schneider ***
The English Civil War by Diane Purkiss **
Geek Feminist Revolution by Kameron Hurley ***** (seriously, read this)
and Freeport, City of Adventure by a whole bunch of people ****


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Sissyl wrote:
Ahhhh, the joys of b*@&$#$% "science". Among the most hilarious parts of racial biology was the third reich's focus of the sovereignty of the Aryans, which are a group of people in northern India, IIRC. Blue eyes and blonde hair are not usually on the menu...

The traditional name of Iran, "Eranshahr" basically translates as "Kingdom of the Aryans."


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Jessica Price wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
And I hope we get to see some more information about the horse riding desert tribes beyond them being desert tribes who rides horses.
There is indeed. They're an ethnicity called the Althameri (which gets introduced in the Keleshite section in Inner Sea Races), and there's a considerable amount of info about them.

*Kermit-flails*


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And I hope we get to see some more information about the horse riding desert tribes beyond them being desert tribes who rides horses.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Someone stole my bicycle. :(
Ouch! I am sorry about that.
Ditto. Thieves suck

Thanks. It was reaching retirement age due to an encounter with a tree and being used at work, but I'd kinda would have liked to have made the decision myself.


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Been waiting for this book since... pretty much the original Gazetteer revealed there was a Qadira. So I'd be stoked even if it didn't have cool writers - but since it does have cool writers, I'm stoked like a red-hot furnace for this.

Is it christmas yet?


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Someone stole my bicycle. :(

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