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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,802 posts (7,153 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 120 aliases.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Hey, everyone.

Hard share.

If you're the praying kind, please pray for my family. My wife and I and our kids are fine, however, my extended family is going through a very large and difficult thing.

According to their wishes, no details will be supplied in a public place, at present (it makes them uncomfortable), but for an 18 year old to go through that kind of thing is... hard.

Best wishes to your folks, TL.


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Looks more like there's a crack in the ice because it's been bouncing up and down repeatedly on the spot to me...

Then again, I have been eating liqueur chocolates at work.

Oh Em Gee.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

OKCupid thinks that my best matches are likely to be in Oregon or South Korea.

Helpful!

Maybe you just need to raise your standards a bit more.

Or start swimming...


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Yesterday, along with some other stuff, I ate a mixture of cheese, tomato sauce and what were supposed to be meatballs in filo pastry, which cost three pounds

Three pounds


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OKCupid thinks that my best matches are likely to be in Oregon or South Korea.

Helpful!


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Rapier time in three weeks.

*Swashbuckler squee*


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In that case, I have no further questions.


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Rysky wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Or a lifesize Great Wyrm Bad Dragon, in other words.
Grrrrrrrah, why is the Mountaindrake limited to only one size?!?!
o_O
Well it is.

I believe they're looking into, um, expanding it.

That was possibly the worst way of phrasing that I could have chosen. I'm sorry.

Spoiler:

I'm not.


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Why does a cat require a monocle?

Tell me now. I demand to know.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
So I got married.

Congratulations! :) :) :) :)


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Or a lifesize Great Wyrm Bad Dragon, in other words.


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'Three Against the Witch World' by Andre Norton.

It was superb.


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I went and did Christmas sword and dagger for three hours, then went to the pub.

Few better ways to spend an evening, IMO.


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AŞık Mahsuni Şerif - Han Sarhoş Hancı Sarhoş


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Top Situationist fillustufer Guy Debord's Marxist wargame


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Lmao

So I see - there it goes. We can probably get it sewn back on if we get you to a hospital quickly.


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You have 500lb birds in Wisconsin?

"Yes, that is the Legendary Madison Cheese Roc. Do not stand beneath its flight path if it has had a particularly heavy meal"

EDIT: There is a monster concept that Rawr! can have for NOTHING, as my Friday gift to him.


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Hmm wrote:

Hey all! Sorry that I have gone quiet. My shodan test is today.

Eep.

Hmm

Hope it goes well! :)


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Ağrı Dağı Efsanesi - Deli Gönül Neylersin


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I beg to differ.

GoatToucher wrote:
I beg to differ.

GT, aren't you worried about catching your Protuberances in the bellows?

Alternatively, are you worried about not catching your Protuberances in the bellows?


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In fact, nothing but HOTPANTS!

HUZZAH!


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Aranna wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Limey Of Barsoom wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Page 3000

We must become futuristic versions of ourselves.

Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!

I am not letting anyone take away my trousers.
You could always wear a skirt if they get your trousers.

No skirts either!


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Kajehase wrote:
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.

That sounds... draughty...


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In my view, some measure of protectionism is necessary, especially if you're a developing country, to help safeguard emerging/strategic industries. It also helps avoid the sort of race to the bottom we've seen, where we (in the UK, at least) are told that we have to compete with the Chinese, etc., in terms of working hours/wages or none of us will have jobs.

Not that it's all positive by any means, and it never lasts, capitalism being capitalism, but internationalism on the IMF/EU's terms is internationalism for them, not us, in my view.

In other news:

Solidarity liberates Sudanese CP HQ

UPS racism drives London staff to picket lines


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Freehold DM wrote:

Page 3000

We must become futuristic versions of ourselves.

Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!


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MageHunter wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Go tell it to a martial-caster disparity expert, buddy.

Five words... Readied Vital Strike Combo Lock

Are you still jealous over the time I won initiative?

As long as we persevere we can destroy those elven mage bastards! May we send an arrow through every Wizard's eye!*

Do I look like King F!&&ing Harald to you, sunbeam?

Three words: Protection From Arrows

Three more words: Pound Of Cheese

Another three words: Slippery Brown Ladder


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Happy birth(yester)day, Rysky!


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Should a paladin rise if you fill her/him with iron filings and fly overhead in a magnetic dragon?


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NobodysHome wrote:
Captain Yesterday Oh No You Didn't wrote:

Alright, what's on the shopping list for today.

Beef
Mittens
Cuties
Worcestershire Sauce
And a pepper.

So the mittens are for fiber?

Otherwise I'm thinking orange peel beef...

You put the beef in the mittens and the pepper up your nose

The beef in the mittens and the pepper up your nose
The beef in the mittens and the pepper up your nose

You drink the Worcestershire sauce

You drink the Worcestershire sauce


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Back in my day, death was punishable by having to play 'Cyborg Commando'


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Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:
I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

As a model for the baguettes?

Or croissants, or perhaps muffins?

Not that it's any of my business, of course.


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Found 'Krautrocksampler' by Julian Cope, which is something I'm quite pleased about, even if he does seem to hate any sort of jazz that isn't just frenzied heathen shrieking from start to finish.

Also got hold of Fritz Leiber's 'The Knight and Knave of Swords'. I have never read this before. Naughty boy.


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There'll be a pound of cheese waiting for you whenever you decide to pop in :)


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After three or so days of writer's block, I've finally finished the words to 'In My Little Harem'

I'm not sure whether this is a good or a horribly bad thing, on balance.


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Pineapples will hatch into Tiki Golems if you sit on them for long enough.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

I can only imagine what it's like to live in a place where at least half the politicians and judges aren't shameless corporate shills...

** spoiler omitted **

*Opens mouth*

*Closes mouth*

*Ducks, grimacing, as blazing penny-farthing whistles overhead*

In addition, I have a request.

My sister and brother-in-law are going to live in New York for a while next year. Is there a decnt guide-book I can get them?


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'Dead Fingers Talk', by William Burroughs.


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Today, it's Grumpy Limey Day.

However, given the tightness of the jeans some co-workers are wearing, hopefully not for long.


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People pay a fortune for that sort of thing in Nevada, after all.


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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
I don't - you might...

Trust me, the poop is the least disturbing thing that can talk at a toy store.

In the motion sensitive doll aisle, that's where madness lies.

I sympathise, deeply. That is beyond dreadful.

I have to deal with a lot of awful stuff*... but not that.

*I don't.


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I don't - you might...


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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

The nice thing about being wildly overstocked in back is, I get to climb, balance, and swing amidst the tangles and canyons of boxes, as my monkey forebears did.

Thankfully I don't have to pick fleas off anyone.

Evolution is the best!

Are there still poop-flinging and bananas?


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Sharoth wrote:
Has anyone tried the Baldur's Gate I & II Enhanced Edition and is it worth buying if I already have the original?

Crusinos has already replied, I see, but I second his opinion. I think they're all well worth the cash, and I've played BGII about 30 million times.


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Crossrail construction workers occupy contractor's HQ in pay and union rights protest

Amazon UK's warehouse blockaded in Black Friday protest

Today, we visited the legendary Lost City of the Aromatherapists in order to sell books and general crap and raise money for the Paper.

We sold some books and general crap and raised money for the paper, so mission accomplished, and may also have gained a new recruit or two, possibly, neither of whom are actually aromatherapists (so far as I know)


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Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:

I got to do something new last night.

I was Jeffrey's bodyguard. No I didn't have to resort to singing that Whitney Houston song.

The butler from 'Fresh Prince of Bel Air?

In other news, today was notable due to the Great Poo Emergency, but the less said about that the better.


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Icyshadow wrote:
Guess who got to the University (of Applied Sciences) ?! :D

Good to hear! :)


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It's normally applied by Trotskyists/Anarchists/(possibly) Social Democrats to anyone in the traditionally pro-Soviet/pro-Chinese left, i.e. the CPGB (it was CPGB in those days; CPB wasn't founded until '88), CPUSA, etc., basically as a term of abuse; 'Stalinist' is often applied to the same people by the various denominations listed, regardless of whether they are or not.

I've not heard it applied to any UK Trotskyist groups, or groups of that ilk, apart from the Economic, Philosophical and Social Review folks, but I don't doubt that it gets thrown around.

EDIT: IIRC, the CPGB opposed sending tanks into Czechoslovakia (but not into Hungary). What a difference 12 years makes...


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Aranna wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Is there something wrong if you accidentally drink some washing-up liquid Americans may call it something different - dishwashing soap? and think "M'mm! Tasty!" ?
It shouldn't be toxic... but it might give you diarrhea.

Not so far!


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Is there something wrong if you accidentally drink some washing-up liquid Americans may call it something different - dishwashing soap? and think "M'mm! Tasty!" ?


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Graham Bond - We Put Our Magick On You

"Grind up some Belladonna and Morning Glory and stick it in your food", sings Graham.

No. No, don't do that, because you will probably die.

Full marks for the music, nul points for dietary advice.

EDIT: Lyrics are dodgy, though.

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