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Pathfinder Society Member. 841 posts (3,044 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 36 aliases.


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GoatToucher should not - cannot! - rule this city because we've already given his ascot the job.


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Britain Needs A Pay Rise - national anti-austerity marches in London and Glasgow yesterday.


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Billy Cobham and George Duke - Live In Montreux.


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Vo Giap, Ambassador of Bachuan wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Today (or some point this month) is the 80th anniversary of the start of the Long March
Maoist stooge!

{Ludo Martens pokes Reg Birch in both eyes}

{Reg Birch slaps Comrade Prachanda rapidly on alternate cheeks}

{Comrade Prachnada sticks two fingers up each of Ludo's nostrils and wiggles them about}

"AWOOWOOWOO!"


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A good week for picking up inexpensive reading material in charity shops:

I Knew a Young Lady Who.. - Yorkshire Cat's Protection League (99p)
Lies of Locke Lamora and A History of Tea - Helping Hands (50p each)
Das Krapital (Roger's Profanisaurus) - British Heart Foundation (£2.50)

The latter is one of my favourite books of all time, being a huge compendium (?) of indecent words, phrases and expressions, very few of which would be at all appropriate for sharing on paizo.com. However, if anybody has ever cried 'Begone, Demon Lord of Karanga!' after disposing of a particularly arduous bowel evacuation, consider yourself congratulated.


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Today (or some point this month) is the 80th anniversary of the start of the Long March


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Half a million UK health workers in strike over pay


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A book of limericks, called 'There was a young lady...', with quite a few in I've never seen before. However, they've replaced all the rude words with asterisks, so I'm diligently filling them in as I go.


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I blame Cosmo for Fabius Maximus blaming himself for blaming me for leopards wearing UPs. Still, it's nice to see that the pantification of the Serengheti is proceeding as planned. And that Mick Fleetwood is still prepared to thrill asparagus.


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How about some heartwarming pics of happy couples now able to marry in the US thanks to Supreme Court ruling?

Here you go.

I like the one at the bottom best, a) because they both look absolutely delighted and b) classy sideburns on the bloke on the right.


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I blame Cosmo for my parents refusing to christen me Marius Popp.

I also blame him for the fact that tomato puree is seemingly impossible to find at the moment. The two facts must - MUST! - be connected!


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I believe that tonight is going to involve beer and tulwars, though not at the same time. Safety first, colleagues!


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Nina Simone covers Exuma's 'Damballa'

How to make an already strange and creepy song even stranger and creepier, in a thoroughly good way.


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'Airlords of Han' had a bit at the end reading

Spoiler:
...and I never knew her to show the men and women of any race anything but the utmost of sympathetic courtesy, whether they were the noble brown-skinned Caucasians (sic) of India, the sturdy Balkanites of Southern Europe or the simple, spiritual Blacks of Africa, today one of the leading races of the world
, meaning Aaron was quite right, making allowances for contemporary attitudes. Anyway, it's done, as is 'Pirates of Barbary', which I left at the swimming pool like an idiot. Now reading:

1) Young Thongor, by Lin Carter
2) Opium by Jean Cocteau
3) Voyage to the Moon, by Lucian of Samosata.


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I blame Cosmo for making me spend two pounds and fifty pence on a tube of utterly revolting-tasting ayurvedic toothpaste. AYURVEDIC SODDING TOOTHPASTE! On the plus side, I do now (apparently) have germ free teeth. Whoopee.


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Exuma

and

Exuma II

Weird albums, in both senses of the word.


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Gil Evans Orchestra - Crosstown Traffic


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:


However, this hasn't stopped him from endorsing Bob Avakian Thought.

Mao More Than Ever!
Vive le Galt!

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1st Comrade Schnauserpie: Luminous! Penetrating! Magnificent! But enough about my 16-inch glow in the dark dildo - how 'bout that Chairman Bob-thought? Sign me up now!

2nd Comrade Mincepony: Bah - ultra-leftist flapdoodle!

1st Comrade Schnauserpie: I'll ultra-leftist flapdoodle you, you revisionist fart-mask!

2nd Comrade Mincepony: You and whose army of flumphs? Adventurist! Imperialist running-dog! Droopy drawers!

1st Comrade Schnauserpie: You smell of goat poo and my General Secretary could beat up your General Secretary!

2nd Comrade Mincepony: Ima gonna get Dzerzhinskyan on yo' a*s!!

[Fade to black, as Vivaldi's 'The Four Seasons' plays at deafening volume to cover up the horrifc sound of goblin-on-goblin violence]


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Flying Lotus My life, that's a trippy video.

Aaand more Flying Lotus. He's Alice Coltrane's great-grandson!


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There was a cleaner working at SOAS (a university in London) with the same name, who got sacked. The students held a protest to try and get management to give him his job back, hanging a great big banner outside the building they were occupying saying 'REINSTATE STALIN!'. This was even more amusing since the picture in question appeared in the Morning Star, a daily commie paper I take, where other readers probably mistook it for a Stalin Society advert.


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'Airlords of Han' is turning out to be the first attempt at writing a story by an excitable (and very right-wing) seven year old boy.

Plot summary below:
AND BECOS WE WERR AT WAR WITH YEROUP YEROUP ARE ALL COMURNISTS MONGGOLIANS COME FROM OUTER SPACE AND THEY HAV SHIPS MADE OF ULTROMAGNATIUMBALTSTENITE WITH DISSINTERGRATION RAYS THAT GO BZUM BZUM ZAP AAAGH I IS DISSINTERGERATED BUT WE HAV MACHINE GUNS AND THE MACHINE GUNS FIRE ROCKETS AND THAY HAV AXES ON THE MACHINE GUNS AND THAY HAV TWO AXES ON THE MACHINE GUNS AND A BAYERNET ON THE MACHINE GUN AND WE GO POW BANG PEEYOO PEYOO CHOP WITH AX AND THE SPACE MONGGOLIANS ALL DIE COS THEY IS SCAREDY CATS AND THERE ARE BLOOD AND THEY CAPPTUR ME AND SNED A GURL TO SEE ME AND SHE TRY TO KISS ME AND I SAY GO AWAY YUKKY GIRL COS GIRLS AR YUKKY AND SHE GOES AWAY AND WE BLOW UP NEW YORK BOOM BOOM BOOM AND THE WHITE RACE IS SAVED HURAH HURAH


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As Aubrey said, unless I've completely misread things, affable bumbler with charisma, maybe - voters also like a politician who hasn't been (or doesn't appear to have been) focus-grouped into a vague grey paste. Miliband fails on both counts, since he is basically a vast nerd without the sparkly aura that enchants the media/public at large, and furthermore, a vast nerd who's not allowed to play to his geeky strengths. Also, the Labout Party still has a Tony Blair hangover, as the Tory Party had a Thatcher hangover until very recently - any new leader who comes up has to deal with their legacies (positive or negative) dangling over them.


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A memorial episode of Jazz on 3 paying tribute to Charlie Haden, featuring a two year old Charlie yodelling AND ROBERT WYATT! (only available until tomorrow...)


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

In other news, I finally get to start The Knight and Knave of Swords and finish up the saga of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser, who definitely are members of the Brotherhood of Inebriated Perverts.

Our patron saints, in fact.

Before I read Three Kingdoms, I never realised 'eyebrows like silkworms' could be considered a compliment. The world seems a happier and brighter place now.

On an Angela Carter binge - nearly finished Nights at the Circus and will move onto The Magic Toyshop once I've polished it off. Nights... is the second book of hers to feature group sex with a troupe of Moroccan acrobats. I wonder why?


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Psyche for Saturday

Limeylongears wrote:
psychedelib*llocks

I found this while bopping around youtube:

50 Obscure(ish) Psychedelic Bands From the '60s To Hear Before You Die, In Alphabetical Order (Exlcusion of 'The')

I've only gotten up to The Chocolate Watch Band, but, so far, they seem to be mostly American third-stringers. Pretty funny.

I dunno - there was a lot of neat stuff there, IMO...

Another version of 'Solitary Man', by the Deep Six

And Bloodstone - Riddle of the Sphinx. Was expecting it to be all Afro-Futurist spacey stuff. It isn't, but it's still pretty good. Only soul concept album I've ever come across, though I don't doubt that more exist.


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1st Comrade Schnauserpie: The first step on the Long March to Freedom has been taken, Comrade! Our plan to dump 3cwt of pesh in Gnome Depot's water supply has been successful! Ha! Ha! Ha!

2nd Comrade Mincepony: Ha! Ha! Ha!, Comrade! What shall we do now?

1st Comrade Schnauserpie: Let's have a Purge! It's ages since we had a good Purge!

2nd Comrade Mincepony: Nah - I'm bored of Purges. Besides, there's only us two left. Let's open an office supplies business instead.


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Must admit I can't join the dots on that one, unless something Went On with a girl called Rosie and some pork by products :P Or perhaps she just gave you electric shocks.

Psiglo II


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Someone gave me a packet of chewy cola-flavoured sweeties today, which I was happily eating when I looked closely at them and thought, 'Hang on - these look like dried grig testicles!' I finished the pack, but my enjoyment of it had somehow been spoiled. Cosmo's fault, obviously.


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My main bands when I was a teen were Ozric Tentacles and Spiritualized. Kind of gone off the Ozrics now. Never really seems to go anywhere.

EDIT: There are some decent Neil Diamond tracks, too...


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Psyche for Psaturday! (nearly)

Ultimate Spinach

Some nice moments and a lot of psychedelib*llocks, as might be expected.


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
"The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."
The needs of hobgoblins outweigh the needs of goblins.

Your draconian plot to incite racial dissension and split the proletariat against itself has not gone unnoticed!

That said... Yo hobmomma so ugly, medusas have to make their saves against her gaze!

For Humanoid unity! We will not stray from the Marxist-Leninist-Mao Zedongist-Turrosh Makite-Non Ionic Surfactantian path of iron-girt certitude! Goblinoid solidarity is the cardboard plough that will calm the gurgling hurricane of bourgeois splittism and social-fascist dissention!

Yo hobmamma got a permanent stinking cloud effect.


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Well, we'll find out which way it's gone at breakfast time. Exit polls suggest the 'No' side might have a very narrow lead.

I live in the Danelaw, so I should get to vote in Danish elections, which sounds like a euphemism.

"What are you doing in those bushes, sir?"

"Er, I'm voting in Danish elections, officer"

"Pull up your trousers and come with me, please"


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I blame Cosmo for the fact that the 2.5kg jar of pickled onions I bought won't fit in my fridge.


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GoatToucher should not rule this city because he keeps deliberately getting the name of the game wrong. It's called Goat Simulator. *Simulator*. Just the one 't'.


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What would happen if you made it with Cheetos or, say, Space Invaders? Would you die?


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Obvious place to look...

I'm reading Smuggling Under Sail in the Red Sea, by Henri de Montfried. Penthouse called it 'A romantic and inspiring saga of daring and excitement'.

Also bought War in Teythr by Victor Milan for a quid. Might or might not be worth it.


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The Allah-Las

Derivative? Maybe. Don't care.


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It would be preposterous - if we were talking about anyone except Cosmo. He has Powers the nature of which we can only guess at - IF WE DARE.

I have never tried to herd soldiers either, but I imagine cats might be easier, in a way, seeing as they don't have rifles or main battle tanks.


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Reginald Peabody IV, esquire wrote:
my Avatar says i'm fond of Tea Time, as well as Fox Hunts and exclaiming "My Word!" and "Indeed!" or "good show Jeffrey!!" maybe a "wot wot" here or there.

Stereotypical Swede, in other words.


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Zookeeper's songbook.

Hold The Lion.
Lion Eyes.
Giraffe, You Lonesome Tonight?
Instant Llama
Camel Together
Willie the Chimp, Chimpin' Ain't Easy, etc.
Gin and Gnus.
In a Sentimental Moose.
Sittin' on a Duck in the Bay
I'm a Seal Man
The Sound of Seal's Ends
Iguana Know What Love Is.

And in the soon-to-be-jailed Zookeeper's songbook:

All in all, you're just another d*ck in the Walrus


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Cosmo's
Army of
Tailed
Servitors?


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While I applaud his initiative and entrepreneurship, I really wish Cosmo hadn't decided to redevelop my back garden as West Yorkshire Pussycats' Toilet World.


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Vive le Pays Maudit!

I bagged a beaut' today at the flea market - the British Edda, by L A Waddell. Unbeknownst to anyone except L.A., the Icelandic prose eddas were actually written in British, and tell the story of Thor (who IS Adam, who IS Mithra, who IS St George) and his efforts to bring manly Aryan civilisation to the world. It also turns out that the Sumerians were Goths, as were/are both the Welsh and the Anglo-Saxons, that the story of the garden of Eden is actually a corrupted account of a battle between cloth-wearing Thorean goths and fur-wearing Odinite worshippers of the Serpent-Wolf cult and that Christianity was a dreadful thing until it passed out of the hands of pesky Semites and into the clean-limbed grasp of flaxen-haired noble Northmen. Reads like a fascist rip-off of Thongor, with extra poetry. A biog of the author can be found here, which puts things into perspective.

Also, while I was sitting down with a small sherry and a copy of A La Recherche du Temps Perdu, someone snuck into my house, snatched the book out of my hands and replaced it with 'Priest-Kings of Gor'! I am very annoyed.


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On a slightly different topic, I blame Cosmo for the fact that the moustache wax I bought makes my face smell like the inside of an empty wardrobe.


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Zalatnay Sarolta ‎– Hadd Mondjam El


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Including the 'Glory, Glory Hallelujah, Teacher hit me with a ruler' variation, or the 'They rubbed him up with camphorated oil, camphor-amphor-amphorated' one?

I read Marriage and Love by Emma Goldman this week, and have started on the Satyricon, in which two polysexual Romans go around stealing stuff. 'Salright, I suppose.


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Spicy Nacho Slaad wrote:
Bhuuuuuuuuuuu...

BHUUUUUU BHUUUUU.

PIC-A-NIC BRAAAIIINS


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I blame Cosmo for witholding the tens of dollars with which the makers of Barbarian Queen II could have purchased:

Real cardboard swords
A plot
Genuine Hollywood overacting, and
Functional upper body garments for the female members of the cast.


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QC nerd is nothing but a cigar attached to a strangely shaped (and bad tempered) Jerusalem Artichoke.


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It's all consensual.

'Do as you would be done by' is my motto.

2013's English moustache champ was an AMERICAN!

The organisers of the above competition also seem to believe that Wales is part of England, which means they should probably avoid going out after dark in Swansea. Come to think of it, that's sensible advice for anybody...

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