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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,388 posts (6,353 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 100 aliases.


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Aha.

No, we're still stuck in a state of semi-civilisation, so no-one has yet thought of selling the holes in donuts as a separate item ;)


That sounds alright :)

Most recently I have read:

The Newgate Calendar vol 3 (18th century True Crime)
'The Magic Christian' by Terry Southern, which I didn't like much
'The Warlock of Firetop Mountain' by Ian Livingstone (and possibly Steve Jackson), which I did like
And 'Swords Against Darkness vol. 4', which I liked even more.


Just the holes?

Today I ate a cheese omelette, yesterday's saag paneer, and had chips and revolting fishcakes for tea.


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I Blame Cosmo for the spider that I accidentally fried when making this morning's disastrous breakfast omelette.

To be fair, the spider's probably more pissed off about it than I am.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Musical interlude - Moody nineties edition

My favorite part of the video is the dude in the purple dress shirt and a pony tail, ready to pounce on... dancing?... really?... that's all he does in the band... it wasn't a Twitter contest?...

I saw them at Glastonbury in... 1996?

They got really annoyed because people were chucking mud at them and started making rude gestures at the crowd.


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Rysky wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Listen to the tooth fairy, she has all my wisdom teeth.

Hopefully...

Heh.

I am. I'm trying to, anyway.

You're a champ, Rysky.

Don't let anyone tell you otherwise :)


A two-hour show of psychedelic favourites, presented by Julian Cope

It's the tops, even if he is wearing a nobber's hat.


Gary Teter wrote:
What's the difference between the Hi-Z Instrument input on the front and the Line Input on the back?

Being able to plug something in with a cable 6-8 inches shorter.


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Buff has just reminded me - last night, I wrote a song in a dream. This happens, occasionally - sometimes they're slightly surreal and haunting, but this one isn't - it's a smutty 1920s style yarn about Mr Barrett's famous organ, which sounds (for some reason) vaguely like 'I've Got A Brand New Pair Of Rollerskates' If you're very good, I shall get Scrotes to sing it to you.


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Rysky wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Master Pugwampi wrote:
Rysky wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

Have you got the pdf of Horror Adventures yet?

I got it yesterday..

Anything you really like?

Anything you really dislike?

Yep!

A bunch of stuff!

Um, nothing yet, I'm still digesting it :3

....

*scratches head*

How exactly does one eat a PDF?

Uh... by eating it?

How the f~@! are you eating your PDFs?

Do you print it out first?

Or transcribe the contents onto the top of a cake, using frosting?

Or just swallow the portable device you're using whole and hope for the best?

oh oh! You could also do the reverse and download it onto a vibrating plug with data storage capabilities!

With a speaker, so it can dictate 'Unearthed Arcana' or 'Castles of the Inner Sea' to your underparts?

EDIT: That'd probably make anyone go 'Oh oh!'


Rysky wrote:
Master Pugwampi wrote:
Rysky wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

Have you got the pdf of Horror Adventures yet?

I got it yesterday..

Anything you really like?

Anything you really dislike?

Yep!

A bunch of stuff!

Um, nothing yet, I'm still digesting it :3

....

*scratches head*

How exactly does one eat a PDF?

Uh... by eating it?

How the f~@! are you eating your PDFs?

Do you print it out first?

Or transcribe the contents onto the top of a cake, using frosting?

Or just swallow the portable device you're using whole and hope for the best?


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Mater Slaad wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Thats the funniest thing out of BBC News in forever.
Kayak flare duel? Sounds normal to me.

I used to live near there (Bovington Tank Museum was one of my favourite places to visit as a tiny, psychopathic tot). And yes, it is normal, for Dorset.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

Damned if making my setting's Fantasy Counterpart United States Army use the British Regimental System isn't fun. The 32nd Bay Area Volunteers is way more interesting than the First Infantry Division

Yes, we have a Bay Area, except Perides [Totally Oakland] is much bigger and the state capital. Valetta (San Francisco) extends further down the peninsula and is denser.

Try doing what they did before they started numbering regiments and name them after their colonels, if you fancy a change...


Rysky wrote:
Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
I imagine a Jiggypuff one would be inappropriate. Are there Pokemon with earthquake powers?
Why would the Jigglypuff one be inappropriate?
I figured that when the sexytime commences, the last thing one wants to hear coming from the Sexymon toy is Jiggypuff singing. Or perhaps I am just insufficiently kinky.

Hey, I made my toy/partner sing during coitus. That's always a nice achievement.

Or ya could, ya'know, just take out the batteries.

Possibly this is Too Much Information, but I always found that singing songs to yourself is a helpful way of delaying climax. I imagine that doing it out loud might prove offputting to one's partner, though, especially if you start up with the Teletubbies theme song or something.

Apologies for the mental image(s) that summons up.


Rysky, apparently someone's started manufacturing

Thoughts?


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

If it helps, I also read it as "shrapnel"* the first time. I've never had scrapple, and I didn't notice any mistyping until I Googled it.

* I blame repeated viewings of the original Transformers cartoon and the Insections for this. [Shrapnel]...for this.[/Shrapnel]

I didn't know what scrapple was.

And now I do; I also now know what 'Scrapple from the Apple' was (presumably) about. I thought it was just made-up Bebopese before.


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I really like horizontal stripes, or hoops, on clothing.

I own horizontally striped socks, boxer shorts, t-shirts (long and short sleeved) and shirts. What I do not presently have is horizontally striped trousers, but when I do, I shall be able to achieve my Life's Ambition and wander about looking like a caterpillar, probably shortly before getting beaten up for dressing like a t**t.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Too hot up here.

Still glad it's summer though, but it's a bit hard to sleep in a pool of your own sweat.

Now i know how Ronald Reagan felt.

As the flames rose to his Roman nose and his hearing aid started to melt?

Wait. That's not right.

In other news, Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God was memorably kakky. Best 34 pence I've ever spent.


'The Coming Of The Terrans' by Leigh Brackett

'English As She Is Spoke' by Pedro Carolino

An anthology of stuff from the Renaissance, which has made me want to read 'Don Quixote' again

And 'Heroes And Villains' by Angela Carter

A cross between JG Ballard and Jane Gaskell, hence superb.


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Funk for Friday returns!

BLO - Bulky Backside


Iron Claw - Skullcrusher

URGH.


Tofu stir-fry, out of choice.

That whooshy sound you hear is not, in fact, Yan-Ci-Bin, but my mother, sighing with happiness several miles away.


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

Posting a link to a gofundme for our office. No pressure, but if you you want to throw some money in, tell 'em Comrade Anklebiter sent you!

SAVE LAST LINE LOWELL!!

Well, I've sent you some quids - be careful with them, though, as they're sure to become collector's items after our 'inevitable' descent into post-Brexit barbarism.

This week's Partisan Pinups are The Antonio Gramsci Battalion


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Rysky wrote:
I Blame Cosmo that I'm an enabler.

That wouldn't be Legacy of Bad Dragons, would it? :P


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I have the second D&D movie to look forward to.

I doubt it'll be as spectacular as the first one - no Jeremy Irons - but I live in hope.


Thor the Thunder God

The Open Mind


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captain yesterday wrote:

I'm lost when it comes to anime.

Just tell me which ones Joss Whedon steals. :-)

Me too.

Limey's Anime Question:

Are there giant robots and bottoms?

(Y/N)


Todd Rundgren - Initiation

Just when I thought Enormous Uncle Todd couldn't get any more 1970s, I find he produced a concept album in '75 based on the works of Madam Blavatsky.

If there's also a song about groupies on this, I shall probably explode.


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Drejk wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Nah. It's just when I come into your house at night and take all your sporks. Hence, Sporks-taking. Related nights are Forksnabbing, Spoonsgrifting, Knivesleaving, and the oft overlooked Spatulalicking.
{1d4 goblin babies gasp and shudder} You're the Krampus of Knifey-Spoony Eve! You've come to steal all our gifts of marmite and Fosters from underneath the festive eucalyptus tree!
That's the equivalent of loading all the sins of the community onto the Scapegoat and sending it out into the desert, surely?
Is nakedness one of the sins, er, covered by this?

Nudity is NOT A CRIME.

Coincidentally, today (thanks to the heat) appears to be Who Can Come Into Work in the Least Amount of Clothing Day. Yippee! (I lost, by the way, which is something else to be thankful for)

The Supervisor claimed to have been able to see somebody's "foo-foo", but I'm pretty sure she was making that up.


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1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
gran rey de los everything wrote:
Nah. It's just when I come into your house at night and take all your sporks. Hence, Sporks-taking. Related nights are Forksnabbing, Spoonsgrifting, Knivesleaving, and the oft overlooked Spatulalicking.
{1d4 goblin babies gasp and shudder} You're the Krampus of Knifey-Spoony Eve! You've come to steal all our gifts of marmite and Fosters from underneath the festive eucalyptus tree!

That's the equivalent of loading all the sins of the community onto the Scapegoat and sending it out into the desert, surely?


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Captain The Hoff wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

You want a Captain Hasslehoff avatar.

Oh, yes you do.

The face is easy, the pecs might need some human growth hormones work.

That's what frozen chicken breasts are for.


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You want a Captain Hasslehoff avatar.

Oh, yes you do.


Rysky wrote:
Star Captain Killjoy wrote:
... We don't sponge tinder, we BURNS IT!

... If you torch MY stool I will twist you into a pretzel and bounce you into a blender.

(Meant tender. Stupid AC -_-)

I thought you meant Tinder, and had just forgotten to finish the sentence...


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Rysky wrote:

Good Stool ^w^

...

... uh, I'm too lazy to go fetch a gag at the moment so the rest of you might want to move into the next room.

Believe me, this is pretty tame stuff to anybody who's spent any length of time in a thread with GoatToucher.

Still, I'm impressed. Rysky, how do you make your furniture so 'accommodating' ?


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captain yesterday wrote:

Title of recipe found in the General's recipe box.

Brown Milk Solids and Sugar

Guess what it's for. :-)

Chocolate? Fudge? (Probably fudge)

EDIT: Neither of which are a particularly good substitute for clothing.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

Today I:

1) Did That Which Cannot Be Named On FaWtL
...

Busy boy.

Produced a snuff film?

I can't really see the appeal of films about snuff, or pipe tobacco, or Lambert and Butler horrible discount cigarettes, but please yourself.

Anyway, providing it didn't involve politics or weird American sports, surely there wouldn't have been an issue?


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Today I:

1) Did That Which Cannot Be Named On FaWtL
2) Went to the Leeds Retro Gaming Conference, hoping that it would have old tabletop stuff in, but it was all antique console games instead, so I left
3) Practiced rapier & dagger
4) Played the guitar
5) Cooked a stew
6) Watched the fire brigade turn up at someone's house further down the street - they're all OK, luckily (I think they had a chip pan fire or something)

Busy boy.


Dave Holland - Conference of the Birds

Pretty straight ahead playing for Anthony Braxton so far... Maybe he'll get freaky later on.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
My work has a ten minute lock out period if you mistype your password or username.

My credit union has a 100% lockout if you miss 3 times. You have to go through the whole, "Verify your identity and create a new password" rigamorole.

Which for me is a nightmare because my passwords are randomly-generated ASCII strings...

gets nobody a cup of tea

Awww :(


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Black Lives Matter march in Leeds


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Cap'n Yesterday, Pokemon Hunter wrote:

We can't sell booze, we have a Pokemon gym in the parking lot.

Pokeroids however is a growth industry.

So I'm told...

This is an attempt to make haemorrhoids fun by giving them cutesie names and luridly bright colouring, right?

Wrong?

Good.


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Recently:

'Atlan' by Jane Gaskell

English translations of 'Dell'Arte di Scrima' by Giovanni Dall'Agocchie and a rapier & dagger manual by Saviolo which appears to be called 'His Practise, in Two Books'

And 'Enchanted Glass', by Tom Nairn, which is a very insightful look at the British Monarchy from some sort of sociololological or cultural theory viewpoint. Some interesting points, despite being 25/30 years old.


Snorter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
There was, apparently, a story in the Madly Wail today titled 'Posh Past of Jeremy Corbyn, the Sexpot Trot'.

Mrs Snorter was laughing yesterday, at a gif featuring Corbyn turning slowly to camera, and in her words, 'smouldering'.

She's already confessed that in his anti-apartheid days, she'd have 'given him one'.
Seems the ladies do love a bearded man of principle, and hasn't diminished, since becoming a silver fox.

Too right. Ex-Lady Longears also got (and still seems to get) tingly at the sight of him. Why the Labour Party isn't taking full advantage of the Sexy Corbyn phenomenon is beyond me. Hopeless!


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Some rather distressing news.

Michael Gove, Thunderbirds reject, top Tory twitt and ex-Education Secretary (none of my teacher acquaintances/relatives can pronounce his name without retching) is a Dungeons and Dragons fan

Bloody f***ing hell.

Also, there's a new crowd-funded left wing paper out in the UK, called 'The Word'. Unfortunately, it looks like one of those free papers that you get that are full of double-glazing adverts and used cars (only slightly cheaper) and doesn't seem to have any news in. No website, either. I bought it today, but probably won't again.

Besides, we've already got a perfectly good Socialist daily


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Happy birthday, Icyshadow!

Congratulations, Mourge40k!


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Zafer Dilek - Oyun Havaları 1


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Aranna wrote:

Pole dancers wear sweat pants and sports bras?

Mormon pole dancers probably do.


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Chemlak wrote:
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
Question for the British: How long does it take to traverse the length of Albion (by various means)...and what effects might Brexit have on that (to say nothing of the Chunnel)?

Tough question to answer, actually.

Probably about 8/9 hours by car from London to Edinburgh (never done it myself), but 1.5 by plane. Train is 4-5 hours. Thing is, it depends where you're actually going, and if you want to go from (say) Oxford to Aberystwyth (less than half as far), 5 hours in the car, 8 on trains, and no possible flights.

Until Brexit settles down no way of knowing the impact.

Apparently, from Land's End to John O'Groats, i.e. the length of the whole UK, takes:

* Two to three months to walk
* Nine days by bicycle
* Eleven and a half weeks by horse
* 8 days, 10 hours and 9 minutes by wheelchair
* 21 days by skateboard
* 12 hours 30 minutes by car
* 22 hours, 10 minutes and 30 seconds by JCB excavator
* Five days by ride-on lawnmower
* Two weeks, eight hours and thirty minutes using over 60s free concessionary bus pass.
* 46 minutes 44 seconds by McDonnell Douglas F-4K Phantom.

This probably actually belongs in the Did You Know? thread, and also probably tells you bugger all, but there you go.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
I've been a bad person the last day or two, it seems.

Ohhhh, ToZ!

What have you done?


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You need a Brass Thing, then.

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