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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,312 posts (6,135 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 99 aliases.


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The ə! wrote:
{mental note: must now convince Bruce Timm and Paul Dini to create Freehold: The Animated Series}

I completely support this decision.


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I just misread a thread title as 'Misconceptions in Nightwear'.

What a disappointment.


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Sissyl wrote:
Platypi.

Apparently not...


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Let me guess - the first <redacted> should be 'Extraterrestrial Captain Yesterday' and the second 'Cartoon Platypuses' ?


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

That sounds awful, Syrus - sorry to hear that :(


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Drejk wrote:

*sigh*

I met a wonderful woman... We reached the point where we were cleaning my room to prepare it for her moving in (and commenting about various books and comics we were finding)... And then I woke up.

Now I started wondering if it wasn't the same girl that appeared a few times in my dreams some 20 years ago... That would mean that she is around my age...
Maybe somewhere she is dreaming of you.
Hmmm, this could also mean you are in a sense8 cluster (spoilers) with her.

I think I dreamed about plumbing supplies last night.

I hope that doesn't mean anything.


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I Blame Cosmo for assuming that I didn't need elbow protectors when fighting with steels.


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Sorry to hear about Comrade Omar, CA.


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Shortnin' bread?


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Leaving in 20 minutes to see Steely Dan and Steve Winwood in concert. I'm excited cuz I'm old....and I like Steely Dan.

So do I! :)


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Yarr!

It's the new hit dance. 'Ave a tot o'rum
Hitch up yer britches and wiggle yer bum

WALKING THE PLANK
WALKING THE PLANK
YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO IT, I'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO WALK THAT PLANK.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

Humility aside, and by God's good Grace, I'm pretty fit.

For a gamer of my age, I am extremely fit.

Then Gay Pride descends in the Hamptons and I feel like a short fat clumsy potato compared to these men who dress better than me and have more charm in their pinky than I have on my best suave day.

I don't have Gay hate. I have the opposite. I'm Gay jealous.

How come my butt does not look as good in these jeans!

Doesn't matter. You're a Baron.


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'Synthetic Men of Mars' by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Also been back on the Gardner F. Fox - 'Kothar, Barbarian Swordsman' and 'Kyric - Warlock Warrior', to be precise, even if Kyric does absolutely no warlock-ing whatsoever, preferring to spend all his time eating and perving over young women instead, the lazy git.

And for non-fiction, 'Selected Works of Alexandra Kollontai', by the late Soviet ambassador to Helium.

The Soviet Ambassador to Helium, Helium, Helium
The Soviet Ambassador to Helium
Is a woman that I revere, etc.


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thegreenplanetgamer wrote:
I read somewhere that green tea boosts your head sponge thingy. Or help you access more of that knowledge crap. Or something.

Green tea's supposed to do all sorts of magic b*ll*cks. It is, apparently, a fat-burner, has all sorts of anti-oxidant properties, etc etc. Someone also told me it was hallucinogenic when I was a teenager; as a result, I tried smoking it.

What happened?

NOTHING.

What a surprise.


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
aeglos wrote:
I have seen an street interview where someonesaid: "we must leave because imigrants are before me in the line at the doctors"

As an American, and a Floridian at that, I might be wrong, but... aren't a great many of the healthcare professionals under the NHS actually immigrants (supposedly because they are cheaper for the government to employ)?

Mainly cheaper in the sense that their training is paid for by somebody else.

As for Farage, I'm still disappointed that the duel between him and the Polish prince never came off.


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Today's a day for Big Decisions.

*:
Even if the result of the In/Out EU Referendum a) isn't legally binding and b) has to be approved by Parliament anyway

**:
Also, the EU has a habit of saying 'Nope. Wrong answer. Do it again' when the vote doesn't go their way - see Ireland and the Lisbon Treaty. Not that they will, necessarily, but they have past form

***:
Anyway, I voted out, basically because I strongly dislike the way the EU operates, the direction it's going in and the fact that it forces all the member countries into a pro-privatisation, Neo-Liberal straitjacket. And because the party line was to vote Leave, and I'm very disciplined. I loathed the mainstream Leave campaign, which wasn't addressing any of my concerns, preferring to puke out thinly disguised racist propaganda and appeals to turn us into some sort of Mythic version of 1950s Rhodesia; however, I would not trust Cameron with anything, no matter how small. Still, he and Osborne are finished, with any luck, and it's been amusing watching the Conservative Party rip itself apart. This will be less of a good thing if no Cameron means Boris Johnson becomes PM (Farage has no chance)


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Freedom Bird is a door-to-door salesman salesman.


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Limey's Martial Arts Innovations pt. I

This day I did defend ye honour of ye Longears with ye Sword and Deadly Parka.

Ye End.


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Put on some cat-pants!


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Yarr!

The patient be respondin' well to the Kraken Diet, Pirate Nurse. Ye can put the barbecue sauce suppositories away, unless she insists.


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Happy birthday, NH :)


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I decided to do a Google Images search for Bernie Bras.

Gods, I wish I hadn't.


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Molten Dragon is a Werestapler.


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Hey, great!

Your first job is to go up to that 12 foot tall green fellow with four arms and huge tusks and flick his nut-sack with a rubber band. Then go down to the stores for a long stand and a tin of Tartan paint.


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In the morning: p*l*t*cs.

In the afternoon : HEMA sparring.

In the evening: Beer.

I am slightly drunken.


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'The Crimes Of Love' by the Marquis de Sade

And 'Dwellers in the Mirage' by A. Merritt, which was superb.


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I don't have any underlings on!

Barsoom's gravity renders them unnecessary, and besides, anything bar a few leather straps and a bit of bronze chainmail is frankly a bit de trop this season.


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Ventnor used his Hat of Disguise to learn what life is like amongst the chickens.


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The flowers can already smell you. That is why the flowers are crying.


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Meatraffle - The Bird Song

Bit like 'White Rabbit', i'n't it?


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captain yesterday wrote:

Azure Bonds for me.

I won't lie, I got it for the cover.

But I absolutely love that book.

Boob-mail FTW!


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Dominar Rygel XVI wrote:
The alias name "Limey Of Barsoom" just gave me a Pavlovian craving for a giant space margarita.

SPACE MARGARITAS ALL ROUND!


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Sissyl wrote:
Humph. Well, you can't prove I have the princess anyway. Now for the matter at hand! I demand tribute!

What are you going to do with the trilobites once you have them?


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Molten Dragon is Indiscriminate Rump-Slapper Man's nemesis, the Spankenateror.


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Sharoth wrote:
Damn. One of my Wife's friend of a friend was killed during the massacre.

Really sorry to hear that, Sharoth.


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

My cat died.

:(

Sorry to hear that, DA :(


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Sympathies and best wishes to everyone in Florida, given what's just happened - hope Amby/TL and all are safe and well.


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I want a monofilament rapier. Definitely for villainous purposes.


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Today I read 'Graymantle' by John Morressy and 'The Story of O Part II' by Pauline Reage, which reminds me - I need to get Part I back off Ex-Lady Longears. Since she's presently speaking to me, this might even be possible.


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It's an Internet Miracle!


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

Guinness flavour crisps?

Guinness flavour crisps?

Doesn't sound like a good idea, does it?

Not a good idea. Revolting. Bah.

I've eaten them. They are terrible, and I drink Guiness.

Agreed!


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Guinness flavour crisps?

Guinness flavour crisps?

Doesn't sound like a good idea, does it?

Not a good idea. Revolting. Bah.


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How come you're a pirate again?


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"Mexican" casserole, namely stewing beef, smoked garlic, chilis, onions, kidney beans, sweetcorn, spring onions, mushrooms, black olives and chicken stock, simmered until just about edible and then stuck in the oven with a bit of cheese melted on it.


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In fact, it means WARTHOGS.

Don't know whether this is better or worse than Clausewitz Von Gerbil...


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Rysky wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
What are your thoughts on elfnip?
Approve, as long as it's used responsibly.

IT'S PARTY TIME!!!!


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"But that will never be a problem for ME"

Says the GreenNudityGamer :P


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I find that highly illogical...


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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
Rysky wrote:
I Blame Cosmo I'm not smart enough to play a Vigilante.
I blame Cosmo that Mistress Rysky has given up on becoming a Sexylante.

Given up?! Nevaah! :D


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...Too much All Bran!

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