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Pathfinder Society Member. 1,013 posts (3,375 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 40 aliases.


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You both have spats? Matching spats? And you write things in chalk on the spats?

Classy! Class struggle-y, in fact!

I am very impressed.

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Kajehase wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:
If I stop posting after leaving for today it will mean that dust wraiths got me. Or vegepygmies.

is it wrong to want to eat vegepygmies?

Because every time I look at them I get peckish. It's not cannibalism, is it? They're plants. Delicious looking semi intelligent plants. I just want to try one. Yes, Sharoth, with blue cheese dressing.

Vegepygmues are fine. Blue cheese, much like mayonaisse and vegetarian bacon, is a crime against the laws of gastronomy, however.

If loving Stilton is a crime, then SHOOT ME AT DAWN WHY DON'T YOU.

And RIP Demis Roussos

Fhat the Wuck?

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David M Mallon wrote:
The distance between "center of the civilized world" Halifax and "Gotham on Thames" London is approximately the same as the distance between New York and Boston. The United States is f#~~ing huge.


{Sings, as per story above} *We've got the trees and the tigers, in our hands!
We've got some very small tigers, in our hands!
We haven't potty-trained the tigers, in our hands!AGHYUKYUKEEEW*

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Yeah, it's working fine now...

I had no idea there was a Jewish New Year especially for trees, so it's delivering already!

Magma with the Brecker Brothers...

Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

Been a long, long while since I've been over to the website of Comrade Longears's American co-thinkers:

After 26 years, government to end direct oversight of Teamsters

When I try to click on the link, it tells me the website is not available. Odd.

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'Sprinkle of jerks' works perfectly as a collective noun.

'The End - Germany 1944-1945' by Ian Kershaw and 'The Crisis of the Modern World by Rene Guenon. I got the Guenon out of the library thinking 'This is really going to annoy me', and it does!

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Additional Funk for Friday!

The Silvertones - If You Think Your God is Dead, Try Mine

Nothing like puking up all over the back stairs at work to liven up a Friday afternoon.

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Or maybe they're just doing a very thorough job of it?

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Good evening.

It is snowing. Great Britain is shut.

Thankyou and come again.

There are around 11,000 registered and unregistered tartans in existence, regulated by the faintly sinister sounding Scottish Tartans Authority

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Igor Wakhevitch - Docteur Faustus

A winner. An album of his featuring Salvador Dali also exists on Youtube, but it's two hours long; there's only so much elegantly moustached loonie that can be taken at one sitting, as anyone who's spent more than three seconds in my company will testify, so we'll leave that for the time being.

Very few things can make ironing tolerable, but I imagine that would be one of them.

A hot pot, i.e. diced stewing steak and veg put in a crock, covered with sliced spuds and stuck in the oven on a low heat for about 3-4 hours. Edible, but not a great success; I put a bit of gravy in it as I thought it'd need it but it didn't - bit too moist as a result.

Would have been better with lamb & pearl barley, I think.

Little Valley Brewery's Stoodley Stout

Didn't like it the first time I tried it; maybe I had a bad batch that time. Pretty good, anyway. Dark & bitter at the same time.

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Aaand Hawkwind doing 'Sonic Attack...'


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Iveriya - Pesnya O Gruzii

Yuri Morozov - Neizyasnimoe

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I shudder to think what the Olympia Press edition of Lolita is like. Probably, downloading it would be tantamount to walking around wearing a big sign saying 'Please Put Me On The Sex Offender's Register'

Pt. 2 of Richard F. Burton's 'Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina' ended rather abruptly with Our Hero's escape back to India and has now morphed into a 16th century translation of a contemporary Italian traveller's account of the same journey. Spelling has not been modernised, so not an easy read; most of the time he just seems to be incredibly cross that the inhabitants aren't Christians.

I finally found a downloadable version of 'Proofs of a Conspiracy' by John Robison, so I'm going to read that next.

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Scene: FHDM oe'rspreads the Untainted Condom with a soft mantle of frigid pearlescence

Island Monkey 1: Oo Oo, matey!
IM2: Oo Oo Oo!
IM1: I see Freehold DM is oe'rspreading us with a soft mantle of frigid pearlescence!
IM2: Yes.
IM1: And look! There he is, flying above us wearing nothing but a hat and scarf!
IM2: He's wawking in the air! Tell it's cold, can't you, ha ha
IM1: No need to be rude.

Kajehase wrote:
Point of order: Can you wear a hat and still be naked?

No, but you can if the hat is wearing you.

I bought a new stock pot today (not a new Stockport) because one of the handles has fallen off the old one and stew keeps dribbling out of the holes. £7.99 reduced from £20. Wow.

David M Mallon wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

He's on the beach! In a judo outfit! He starts the song by thwacking a ****ing great gong with a mallet!

Cybotron - Colossus

One of the most aspirational videos I have ever seen.

Just add some Pierre Kirby, and this would be perfect.

Before I read that, I had never heard of Pierre Kirby. Now I have, and I completely agree. Also, I would very much like to watch Thunder of Gigantic Serpent.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Can we start a new beer company and hire Sylvester Stallone as the spokesman? We could dress him up in a futuristic cop uniform and have him proclaim "I am the law, and this is the lager!"

Or we could make him look like a cross between Judge Dredd and a florescent dragonfly and get him to advertise our fishing supplies business by announcing 'I AM THE LURE!'

Or give him a big Celtic bugle and make him shout 'I AM THE LUR!'

Or float him in a French river - 'I AM THE LOIRE!'

Etc, etc.

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He's on the beach! In a judo outfit! He starts the song by thwacking a ****ing great gong with a mallet!

Cybotron - Colossus

One of the most aspirational videos I have ever seen.

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An interview with Granbretan's last Communist councillor

Kajehase wrote:

Not required to, no.

Also, I thought goblins did it in the steets.

So the streets have pillows in.

Nifft the Lean by Michael Shae

Goodreads mentions that he's been influenced by Jack Vance, which is true - it is kind of Tales of the Dying Earth-y, with a strong Hieronymous Bosch flavour added to it.

Also have 'Red Seas and Red Skies' by Scott Lynch to be going on with, along with the tail end of pt. 2 of Richard F. Burton's 'Pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina'

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Amby's Brain wrote:
*EveryFaWTLy's away or sleeping... now would be a good time to practice singing*

Eet's halavely day forr seengeeng!!!

I had beef with pineapple and ginger from the Chinese takeaway this evening. Quite nice; enjoyed the pineapple and ginger more than the beef, tbh. With a side of chip(ped potatoe)s, only because I don't like rice much.

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Catherine Ribiero + Alpes - Un Jour... La Mort

I have forgotten enough French to have only a very vague idea of what she's singing about, even with the lyrics listed out underneath the vid. Trays bean, anyway.

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Thanks to this evening's longsword sparring, I will have at least three huge great bruises in places I would much rather not have bruises (which, to be honest, is pretty much anywhere). To celebrate, I have just eaten a spring roll.

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Asuper prog album setting Nostradamus' prophecies to music!


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I love that my son's band released their first indie cd yesterday.

If it's on Bandcamp (or elsewhere online), put a link up on the What Are You Listening To? thread! :)

Blackbot wrote:

Hama: German here. I pronounce it the same way you do.

Limeylongears, where do you hail from? I ask because if I took the "ue" in Duergar as a "ü" (because whenever it's impossible to use ä/ö/ü in German it gets substituted with a ae/oe/ue) I get a whole lot closer to the "Jäger"-sound (would sound like...I guess dyrger? deerger? You don't really have the ü sound in any English word...the French have it in words like rue)

I am English. For some reason, my group pronounce it as 'Djergaar', probably because we're all plebs.

DM: ...As you step around the corner, five more Duergar loom out of the darkness towards you, one larger than the others...

Me: Is that one the duergar meister?


You see, it sounds a bit like Jagermeister.

Well, whatever you do, don't take pics and send them over the Atlantic or Mr Cameron will have you punished.

How about: Feral Soul? Clawdancer? Thalamite? (not sure about that one - is the thalamus the part of the brain that does something involving bestial urges?)

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Happy new year - The Qualities (prod. Sun Ra)

EDIT: You Must Be A Witch - Lollipop Shoppe


Today I read 'History of Witchcraft' by Montague Summers, who:

1) Thinks the Templars were guilty
2) Is also absolutely certain that most types of (non RC) heresy are synonymous with Satanism - Protestants are grudgingly admitted into the not-being-Devil-wroshippers club, but it's still their fault that it happens. NO WITCHCRAFT IN IRELAND, YOU SEE!
3) Has lots and lots of proof that witches were also revolutionary Anarchists.
4) Greatly dislikes Margaret Murray.

There is also an interesting chapter on Dildos Through The Ages, although most of it's in Latin, which I can't read. Blast.

Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
I'm starting to realize that the night shift at UPS is full of music people, for some reason.

Finally got around to listening to my union brother's band's cd which he gave me a couple of weeks ago, but I've been busy.

The Shallow End Divers--Melting Skies

Kinda Doors-y with a more garage-y vibe. 'S alright.

It's pretty good. Would have been even better with a more lo-fi production, IMO, but maybe they're not going for the whole '60s punk revivalist thing.

EDIT: Track 3 kind of reminds me of the Ghostbusters theme tune (initially...)

Meantime London Stout

Very nice. Smooth (like standard Guinness)but has a bit more flavour than standard Guinness (IMO) and is very slightly hoppy. You can order cases of it from their website, too. H'mmm...

Actually, there is logic - world-conquering logic, in fact - behind the decision. You see, Studies have proved that female orgasms make the beans congeal or burn at the bottom of the pan, while somebody weeing on a very special friend on camera will cause the toast to become flabby and textureless. As such, not just porn but anything that could potentially be used for porn will be banned from Jan 2015 onwards. Bottoms will be replaced by buckets, breasts by wind turbines and anyone lucky enough to still have reproductive organs should report to their nearest G4S Degenitalisation centre immediately for processing, with the byproducts soon to be found in a frozen lasagna near YOU.

Ashley Kaprielian wrote:

Maybe if Cosmo gave Skeletor his underoos back he wouldn't keep giving everyone in Eternia such a hard time?

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