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Pathfinder Society Member. 1,363 posts (4,037 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 55 aliases.


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Tacticslion wrote:

As it turns out: sprained wrist. Apparently I'm getting 'roided up.

Maybe I shouldn't have given away my copy of Juiced...

;p

Yaarr, matey!

Me diagnosis be 'Favouriter's Tendon', and fer a pirate's prescription, chop it off with a shark and replace it with a nice rusty hook. Or failing that, take three saucy wenches with a glass o'rum and gunpowder fourteen times a day.

That'll be four doubloons. Thankee!

Seriously, get well soon :)


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I blame Cosmo for Pillbug being WRONG


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Indeed, sir, although may I just remark that fly buttons are generally being worn done up this season?


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Male Human (Taldan) Fighter (cad) 5, BAB +5, CMB +7, CMD 20, HP 44/44, AC 21 (touch 14, FF 17) , Per +0, Fort +6, Refl +4, Will +1

Haha! All ship-shape and Cassomir fashion, eh Vejese?


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Male Human (Taldan) Fighter (cad) 5, BAB +5, CMB +7, CMD 20, HP 44/44, AC 21 (touch 14, FF 17) , Per +0, Fort +6, Refl +4, Will +1

I say, chaps, terribly sorry - nearly ready to up sticks and bugger off, what?

Just need to buy equipment and sort out fighty stuff - apologies for the delay. Also, I used 15 point buy - is that right?


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That's the first time I've heard Sid Ifrrrican accents described as sexy. Still, in certain circumstances, of course they would be :)

Also, Steven Z K Brust has been described as a Trotskyite sympathiser, and having read 'Teckla', I can see why. First fantasy novel I've read where the good guys win (in part. Small part.) by selling Revolutionary papers to people...

Also, apropos of nothing, wouldn't you love to be in Zoltan's Phoenix Guard? I surely would.


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'Why do birds suddenly appear, every time you are near?'

Dashed if I know, but the same thing happens with me and squirrels (really) which is why PFPL has started calling me Squirrel Magnet.

Also, I have Edwardian Prowess. Oo er.

Also, she's coming around to my house next week, so the few days before that will be spent frantically trying to cover up Evidences of a Prolonged Bachelor Existence. Oo er x 2

Also:

She quivered involuntarily and blushed when I mentioned (entirely innocently) that we needed to be disciplined. Oo er x 30000.

This bodes well for the future ;-) ;-) ;-) !!!


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International No Sausage Day, which was yesterday. I celebrated by not eating any sausage and I hope you did too.

Tomorrow is Intergalactic Stap Me Vitals Day, where you are encouraged to use that phrase as a substitute for your usual oath, curse word or expression of surprise. Let me know how you get on.


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'It is only thst this individuality is not laid claim to; the female renounces it for the benefit of the species, which demands this abdication' - Simone de Beauvoir's 'The Second Sex'

Not as good as 'It is notable that the living impulse that brings about the vast production of sperms is expressed also in the male by the appearance of bright plumage, brilliant scales, horns, antlers, a mane....'

{Strokes mane, preens plumage, polishes antlers}

WO YEAH COME 'N' GEDDIT


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Kamasi Washington


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Readerbreeder wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Nobody can Hardy like Hardy. Nobody.

I submit that Dickens may be his equal at some points...

Dickens has always been my go-to for verbosity.

Ah, the 19th century, when the paragraphs were as well-upholstered as the bustles.

I'm reading 'The Second Sex' by Simone de Beauvoir, as a sort of counterweight to all the Gor books.


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
And 'ere we finish up this round...

Err... We'll urinate on Ezra Pound?

I came out as a Commie to PFPL today. She didn't seem to mind.


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"What could be safer or more sensible than cutting grass with a sickle in shorts and sandals?", I hear you ask, and the answer is "Absolutely nothing, say it again now, unless Cosmo gets involved, in which case you will end up slicing a chunk out of your ankle and bleeding all over the sodding place"


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Some (Press) pics


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Reminded myself how much I dislike London today - too many people and too bloody expensive. Mind you, you do come across gratifyingly odd things pretty frequently - the bunch of people outside the railway station trying to prove to passers-by that the 12 tribes of Israel were all South American/Caribbean and that Afro-Caribbeans and Africans were completely unrelated and the very definitely un-Japanese woman walking around in a bowler hat, wooden pattens and a bright pink flowery kimono with a terrible picture of a winking baby pinned to the back immediately spring to mind..


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'The Misfortunes of Virtue and other early writings' by the Marquis de Sade and 'Beasts of Gor' by John Norman. Presently got 'Insurgent Mexico' by John Reed open as on-train entertainment


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D'aawwww :)

I'm down at the big anti austerity march in London - estimated 250k people speaking truth to power, with some also holding up giant inflatabe bananas at it. Everybody's there - us, in a bloc with the KKE and the Indian Worker's Association, the College of Radiographers, the RCPGB (ML), Quakers For Justice and the Class War Women's Death Brigade, the latter being a death brigade (whatever that is) of women in Class War and not some murderous anarcho-misogynist outfit.

Women in general tended to have the rudest signs - my favourite read 'March for the Squeezed Bottom' - and best of all, I managed to f*** off to the pub before the speeches!


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Kajehase wrote:
Rawr! wrote:

Um, it won't spread to anyone else, though. Ennui and all...

It would be a pretty boring movie.

Maybe we could get Michael Bay to direct it, so there'd be some explosions.

It'd be like a cosy murder mystery, only with zombie philosophers instead of English vicars.

And I'm plumping for François Ozon for director and Jean Reno or Kristen Scott Thomas as the lead.

Will this mean explosions or will it mean no explosions?

'Cause I want exploding undead Existentialists. And a 50 foot high robotic Jean Paul Sartre who turns into a smaller Jean Paul Sartre with wheels for disguisement. And Megan Fox's bum. And a sandwich.

The sandwich I can do; the rest will have to remain nothing more than a beautiful dream :(


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Mythic Tacticslion wrote:
38 minutes until my 10th Anniversary day starts!

Huzzah!


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Vhereas I em busy und tod!

How many spawn hef I created today?

Count mit me!

Vun! Ha! Ha! Ha!
Two! Ha! Ha! Ha!
Three! Ha! Ha! Ha!

etc etc.


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Treppa wrote:

I need calm brain more than anything else. You can cast calm digestive system on my sick dog.

It has not been a good night. Did you know birds start singing around 4 a.m., around the same time cats begin proclaiming love and/or war?

:shakefist:

Yes, I do. There's a grove, or spinney or whatever opposite my bedroom window which is full of... crows? rooks? that like to go WAAK WAAK WAAK WAAK! WAAAK! WAAAK WAAK!, alternating with smaller ones (I assume) that just cheep. A lot. When I'm thinking very hard about Red Sonja important things and do not wish to be disturbed.


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Well, if she gets tired of Starks and Lannisters and so on, try delving into the Eldritch Tales of Healy

Less impressive tales of love amongst the commie nerds:

The present focus of my attentions, who I will call the Popular Front For The Proliferation of Longears (PFPL, as opposed to the Democratic Front for the Proliferation of Longears (DFPL), who has gone kinda quiet at the moment) Not sure whether that's offensive or not. I expect that it is. Anyway, PFPL is a Green Party member, so far as I can tell, and is heavily involved in disabled rights, too. Huzzah! Probably not safe to break out the hammer & sickles yet, but we'll see


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Tacticslion wrote:
Hey, Limey: I've a character that uses your alias name... as an alias.

"A surprisingly loquacious individual with propensity to listen to all sorts of things and know exactly what he shouldn't"

This for a D20 modern campaign or something similar? (Gothic Earth? is that still a thing?)


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A riff, in three parts:

We ain't got nothing yet - the Blues Magoos

Ricky Nelson - Summertime

Deep Purple - Black Night

Did (1) and (3) just pinch it off Ricky, or is it an old blues riff or summat? I dunno.


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For everyone's info, 'The Fencing Master' does not have very much fencing in it at all, as I've found out to my cost.


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Kajehase wrote:
G+$@@@nit Winnipeg! Stop being so many time zones away.

What's in Winnipeg?

Apart from naked dwarves, obvs. They get EVERYWHERE.


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Todd Rundgren's Utopia

When I was very small, I had a very particular idea of what all 1970s music sounded like, and Todd Rundgren comes closest to it.

There was nothing in the house except folk music and late '60s stuff like the Kinks, Beatles, etc. at that point.


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Proletarian clarinet fun.

The Klezmatics - In kamf (song for Lenin)


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It's 2015 here.


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That explains why you look so cross.

Oh, and thankyou Kajehase :)


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MOR MOR MORDANT SPIRE
MORDANT SPIRE ELVES *clap clap*

Hello, it's me!

Or you, alternatively.

In addition, nobody is fat, unless they really want to be, and you all look good in your pants.

Whether you'd look better in my pants is strictly between you and your conscience.


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Thank Cismo for the phrase 'auditory lavage', which has been added to the Longears arsenal

Cosmo, however, has a lot to answer for, making Naughty Pillbug remind us all of bellowing women in top hats & dreadlocks. Bad! Very bad!


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It was either Schrodinger's Cat or Katz's Schrodinger in the collapsible Bakelite KaynaGnorc with antique finish brass flamethrowers and a conplete works of Dickens bound in kohlrabi


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Enjoy the summertime! Gambol around the savannah, with the lioness, the cubs and a cheeky yet adorable meerkat & warthog due (possibly?) !

{Appears in the clouds, playing 'Born Free' on a gigantic gold Casiotone}


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Freehold DM wrote:

Treppa level workout - complete. Legs chest and back are exercised via lifting things up and putting them down.

Masaaaaaaaaaaage chaaaaiiiiiirrrrrr is reward.

I read that as Mage Chair, which would be a good reward :)


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
The Black Count by Sam Reiss, about the father of Alexandre Dumas père. Slightly worried by the amount of hyperlatives used about the book's subject in the introduction.
My understanding is that they might be warranted -- Thomas-Alexandre Davy de la Pailleterie became general-in-chief of the French armies for good reason. This is a guy who had heated disagreements with Napoleon himself and got away with it. Not bad for a former slave!

That is one of my all-time favourites, and the General does deserve the good press he got in the book, it seems.


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I think I know:

If your Karma gets too high, the Talon Company has a sort of free-standing contract on you. Same if you disarm the bomb in Megaton


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Tentacle - Angel of Death

Doomy, creepy 70s UK rock. Comes & goes a bit, but pretty good in the main.


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dating news:

Went to meet Potential Lady Longears II today. I thought of distinguishing the two PLLs by calling one the Democratic Front for the Proliferation of Longears and the other the Popular Front for the Proliferation of Longears, but let's face it, that's not very flattering, so I won't. Anyway, she's blonde, as opposed to PLL 1, who's brunette; we had lunch and then spent the afternoon wandering around bookshops, at her suggestion. My kind of woman!


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Dirty Fan Male, a collection of letters written to Nineties/Noughties 'Glamour Models', some set to music and some read out in stupid voices.

Some people (like me) find this sort of thing very funny; others may find it incredibly annoying and/or disturbing.

All of the below are NSFW, obvs.

My Special Message

Shaking That Bear Bum Cleavage

Does it go crossways?

Carol Smillie and Carol Vorderman

Martin's Third Letter


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Chris Anthony wrote:
Pun battle

It's the whole United Na-puns!


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Who forgot the code this morning and hence set off the intruder alarm, leading to around 5 minutes of excruciating electronic shrieks and several concerned telephone calls from the monitoring company?

If your answer is 'L. Longears', you are WRONG. I was a mere puppet of Cosmo's malign and omnipresent intelligence and cannot be held responsible at at all.


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Luke Perry 90210 alum wrote:
Is that you Beavis?

You said 'Beavis' uhhuh-huh-huh-huh-huh.

Wait, what?


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And I'm bor - EEEHEEHEEHEE! HEEHEEHEEHEE! HEEHEEHEEHEE! HEEHEEHEEHEE! EEEHEEHEEHEE!


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I'm stiff!

EDIT: And nuuuuuude ;) ;) ;)


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And I'm Chyna Barbello! We're nostril deep in worldwide investment banking wonks' broiges and as a result, we're bored stiff!


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Hi! I'm Margin Headwinds!


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

That being said, I just had nostalgic flashbacks to playing the video game in middle school over Charlie McDonald's house. Thank you for the trip down memory lane.

It is my very particular pleasure.

Today, fact fans, is Thomas Hardy's 150th birthday.

However, I intend to follow up on Hitdice's suggestion and seek out tales of filthy human sows. Sounds like a winnah!


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Kajehase wrote:

*checks the news*

You knw, if you're suspended from your teaching job for violent behaviour, hitting the head master with an axe is probably not going to help your case.[/ooc]

I thought that was standard procedure in most Nordic employment disputes, assuming things don't get sorted out during the linnorm wrestling.


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thesenchagamer wrote:
I have a question for you guys. I have been using a black mug for a while, but just switched to a light grey one where you can actually see the colour of the tea, and somehow the tea seems to be more enjoyable like this. Has anyone else experienced this, or is it just me being weird/delusional?

I think you're right - I've started using toughened glass cups instead of china and that *seems* to make things taste better, not to mention making it very, very easy to see the colour of whatever you happen to be drinking...

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