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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,555 posts (6,726 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 111 aliases.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
I'll see you at Jacob Javits soon Freehold. Soon.

That almost makes me want to play Witcher 3

Almost.


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Commandant Happy Hour wrote:
Drink the beer and throw the skittles at hipsters.

Eat the Skittles and throw the beer instead.


I have no idea what sort of beer should be drunk with skittles.

Wait! That makes me sound like an obnoxious hipster prick!

O well. That ship has sailed.

Dissolve the skittles in vodka?


Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:

New plan: Gonna pick up six-packs of Guinness and some Irish red ale at Total Wine, then swing by Publix for chilled fried chicken and a bag of Skittles. Heat up the chicken about 30 minutes before the debate, crack open a beer, and toast a couple waffles when the chicken is done.

Chicken & waffles (w/ real butter and real maple syrup) with a couple beers for dinner, Skittles (including the 3 poisoned ones) for dessert.

Half mild, half stout, or half pale ale, half stout.

That'll get you through anything short of the Trumpocalypso, and maybe beyond.


Toad in the hole with shallot gravy, which worked alright
Sausage in a bagel
Pizza.


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Sparring and beer and sparring and beer
Sparring and beer and sparring and beer
Sparring and sparring and beer and bottoms
These are a few of my favourite things.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Speed, I'm not sure how two hours riding a bus could be considered "exciting".

Depends.

You might have a bus driver who looks exactly like Vizzini in 'The Princess Bride'
Or one who looks like Hugh Laurie in 'Jeeves and Wooster'
Or one who looks like Emo Hitler.

If that doesn't fit the bill, Sandra Bullock on the back seat will have to do.


We'll Keep A Welcome In The Hillside

The Treorchy Male Voice Choir


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captain yesterday wrote:

What's that, we should all recommend bad movies for Doomkitten to watch so she truly understands what bad movies are.

Great idea Tacticslion!

Turkish Star Wars

Barbarian Queen II

Dungeons and Dragons

Dungeons and Dragons II

Space Mutiny

All my faves.


Rysky wrote:
Sure (never had crumpets).

You're missing out... Although hot buttered Kretzer might be a good substitute.


At least they didn't do what the Chinese claim to have done, which is somehow splice dog-dink segments, chopped off at a moment of High Excitement and preserved in magic wine or something, in.

Or maybe they did? Over to you, Coriat.


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Sissyl wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Also, if anyone has any team building activities lay them on me, I'd like to crowd source the crowd sourcing, don't worry, I'll give you credit when they give me credit (with maybe an extra bonus the flyer in the break room said).

(1) Wait for a good strong blizzard.

(2) Choose one co-worker (not at random).
(3) Strip said co-worker down to his or her socks and undies.
(4) Hand the co-worker a 1-pound box of Hydrox cookies and lock them outside. They are allowed back inside once they have finished eating the cookies. (No; they may not have milk, cocoa, or anything else that accelerates the cookie consumption.)

Does wonders for bonding for everyone NOT locked outside...

Pffff. A bit of cold always gets people scurrying for shelter. It's ridiculous. A box of cookies is a nice gift, and really, the coworker gets to keep undies. I don't get the complaint.

It'd be fairer if they got to keep everyone else's undies as well.


Pontiff Rysky, of Cult of Cosmo wrote:
I present unto the rabble The Sacred Symbol of Cos, some say Cosmo, The Eye of Spite.

That suggests that he IS Tharizdun.

Makes sense.


H'mmm. This is going from memory...

The Beatles - Rock 'N' Roll, which I think was a compilation of various covers that they did
AC/DC - Fly On The Wall
Fleetwood Mac - Live at the Boston Tea Party
KLF - The White Room
Happy Mondays - Pills & Thrills & Bellyaches

All on cassette. The KLF was probably an illegal copy, and Fleetwood Mac was a bootleg of some sort.

As for the first albums I listed to, these would have been folk albums, or 1920s crooners and what have you, in my Dad's collection.


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Speaking of points (OH, FUNNY! FUNNY!), we've started doing rapier at HEMA, which is ace, even though you have to start in a bizarre buttocks-out, squatting position which makes you look as if you're trying to surprise your opponent by doing a poo before lunging in to stab her/him.


Aranna wrote:

So... your saying we should team up. I do all your hated folding while you do all my hated ironing?
:)

Deal.

We can use the sekrit Illuminati tunnel under the Atlantic to pass the items to and from our respective countries, so logistics won't be a problem


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Sorry you're feeling grotty, TL :(


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Imperial Advisor Arem Heshvaun wrote:

With the elections drawing near, we have instructed Imperial Naval High Command to position the Death Star III in synchronous orbit with Florida to ensure the often times cantankerous rebels loyal Imperial citizens there don't muck up this time.

We are watching you Florida.

Ooo, trying to intimidate us, eh? Ya' gonna ha' ta do more than posture in Imperial couture and make empty threats. Ahn do et kwik like, 'cause we've jus' 'bout successfully Floridasteined together slaad + redneck + retiree DNA into our Zika stirge swarms.

We will no longer be the U.S.'s phallic accoutrement!

We will no longer be mocked for liking Darth Nader and the Hanging Chads, the best ska-country-mambo band in the world!

We will no longer be outcrazied or outdangeroused by Australia!

Of course you won't, not while the Isle of Wight! still exists.

Disclaimer:

There are no wights on the Isle of Wight.
There is, in fact, nothing dangerous at all on the Isle of Wight, unless you are allergic to old people and/or (possibly) rare voles.
Expiring from boredom is possible, as is accidentally marrying a close relative, but you could say that about anywhere.


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A glimpse at Rod Stewart's massive train set

Rumour has it that, when on tour, he books a second hotel room to accommodate his trains. I'm not sure how true that is.

Neil Young is also an enthusiast, apparently.


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lynora wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
I mean: I didn't feel nervous; I don't think I'm sick; I didn't eat right before hand, nor did I starve myself.

Forms work is usually the hardest, IMO. You may be holding your breath in places without realizing it. So many things to concentrate on at once, it's easy to lose track of breathing. Also, because forms bring together so many other lessons. They are often much more physically demanding than they look. When I first started, the masters would have to stop me and tell me to go get a drink of water because I would work myself so hard during forms that I would collapse. I'm better at pacing myself now, but it still happens sometimes if I get really focused on something tricky. I wouldn't worry too much. Just remember to breathe. :)

Edit; and the sweet tea worked because electrolytes. You lose more than water when you sweat a lot. Also this is why you should wash your uniform frequently. Also why martial arts studios often smell like sweat socks. Blech. ;P

We were saying last night that the Smell of HEMA is, essentially, sweat and Febreze (the jackets take about 3 weeks to dry if you wash them, given the thickness of the padding, so it's regular applications of fabric cleanser and/or disinfectant and/or inexpensive vodka in a spray bottle, if you don't want to reek like a dead mammoth in a heatwave)

I've got someone else enthused about sword & dagger, too, which is a good thing.

And congrats to TGTG :)


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Sara Marie wrote:
gary: nobody wants to be the one that says "solar farts"

Are there going to be rules for those in 'Starfinder' ?


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Overheard in Limey's Office pt. MMCVI:

Colleague: "Ask Limey. Limey'll know"
Other colleague: "OK. Limey, who's Rosetta Stone?"
Limey: "Yap yap yap yap yap yap yap. Yap yap. Yap"
Colleague. "TL; DR: It's a thing, not a person?"
Limey: "Yeah"


Tensor wrote:

I love used bookstores!

They are where you find old magic books lost by ancient, dead wizards...

and, lost diaries of Bards...

Just stay away from the cats.

I have never had a problem with cats in second-hand book stores. Cats in second hand record stores are another matter; the one in my local shop (before it closed down) was a vicious, ill tempered, white haired little bugger which peed everywhere.

Or maybe that was the owner. I can't remember.

On another note, one of my favourite places on earth

A town full of second-hand book shops, lurking somewhere on the Welsh/English border.


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We've all been charmed, DK.


Depends who you're naughty with ;-)


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She was always my favourite Drow priestess.

Tomorrow evening, I intend to do as much sidesword and dagger as possible, since I now have both a sidesword and a dagger.

It has been a very great strain not to call them Scalpel and Cat's Claw.


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Benny Soebardja & Lizard


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{Sings}

"It's a beayootiful day in the Executioner's Hood"


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Kajehase wrote:
At the risk of getting lynched - the Kula Shaker version of Hush is better than the Deep Purple ones.

What?!

Spoiler:

;-)


Most recently:

'Slaves of the Cool Mountains' by Alan Winnington, which was very good

Another biography of Stalin, which was a waste of time

'Enchantress of World's End' by Lin Carter; I liked it, but it did read a lot like a Carter-ised 'Tales of the Dying Earth', as the title suggests, I suppose.

Next, I will re-read 'Situationism: A Reader', ed. Stuart Home. I suspect that it'll be a load of gassy old balls, but we'll see.


Mr Furley, why do you look more or less exactly like this morning's bus driver?

Is it a Conspriracey?


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Freehold DM wrote:

Damn. There goes the second job I was interested in.

I need a drink.

Have a Sympathetic Guinness on me.


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Kajehase wrote:
Nekkid slaad aspect is the name of my new psych-folk band.

How ever did you manage to get Ken Squargs to join you on Mellotron? I'm impressed, and a little bit jealous, to be totally honest.


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I worked in a laundry too, but it was an industrial laundry, so all we did was throw different-coloured bags of flea-ridden/suspiciously stained workwear into big skips, after which everything (including us) got thoroughly steamed.

I iron, but do not fold.

I NEVER FOLD.

I NEVER FOLD!

VICTORY OR DEATH!!!


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Stunning photographs of space/the night sky

That first one is something else.

Using mid-50s Beatnik slang is lots of fun, daddi-o.


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Sorry to hear that, FHDM.


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What are the best pizza underneaths?


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The Comet Is Coming - Neon Baby

The Comet Is Coming - SLAMMIN


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Sorry, Clem, but the work orgy has been and gone.

However, I just got around eight Fighting Fantasy books for £2, so you're welcome to one of those, if you like.


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Snorter wrote:
Zeugma wrote:
This thread is helping me grok what George Orwell is going on about in "Homage to Catalonia" (the book I'm reading now).
It was a bit 'Judean People's Front', versus 'People's Front of Judea', wasn't it?

I always thought that bit was a documentary.


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mechaPoet wrote:
Rysky wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:

Mistress Rysky,

I am reporting punishment due to me bringing up Football in the Blame Cosmo thread.

Good stool.

Please step into my office so that you may learn the correct meaning of wide receiver.

Can you also explain what a tight end is?

Does it involve a deep snapper going backfield in a punt formation?

NB: I don't know what any of those words actually mean.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Anyway: Taekwondo has a nes student! Who's an old student! Or at least about to hit middle age! And used to be a green belt years ago, but isn't now! Either way he's fat! He's me!

TIGERLION UPPER CUT!


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I see you preferred Angry Piebald Leather Batman to Undernourished Viking Smurf, in the end.


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Are there naked people you'd like to see in political office?


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Yeah. We don't call them asiholes.

I thought they changed the name to Celestiholes, present company excepted, of course.

Or was that just for 4e ?


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Aranna wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
The Doomkitten wrote:

OH DAGUMMIT

WHY CAN'T I STOP IMAGINING KEFKA AS THE LEAD IN A YAOI HAREM ANIME

You made Limey Google 'Yaoi Harem' at work.

You is bad kitten ;)

ROFL

How many coworkers noticed? Or are you just going to receive a concerned email from HR?

Nobody noticed, and HR, as such doesn't exist.

Safe Search was on, and I didn't search for images or click on any links, so I'm pretty safe, I think/hope.


Gruumash,

What has happened to the Scro?

Would you be glad if they returned in Starfinder?


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The Doomkitten wrote:

OH DAGUMMIT

WHY CAN'T I STOP IMAGINING KEFKA AS THE LEAD IN A YAOI HAREM ANIME

You made Limey Google 'Yaoi Harem' at work.

You is bad kitten ;)


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Kajehase wrote:
Zeugma wrote:
This thread is helping me grok what George Orwell is going on about in "Homage to Catalonia" (the book I'm reading now).
There's a fairly good Ken Loach film that owes a lot to Homage to Catalonia called Land and Freedom in case you want a companion piece.

It was good, even if he did have an axe to grind.


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Drejk wrote:

But, but...

Lemmings!

I'm now hearing an 8-bit arrangement of 'Orpheus in the Underworld' in my head...

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