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You don't want those crumbs to wind up,... you know,... everywhere,... ;P


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Also, I have cookies near to me. They are chocolate chip, and not all that good. But they are cookies. Perhaps I shall eat some later.

But PLEASE, for the luv of all things FAWLT-y, eat them AFTER you put your clothes on!


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Culex, Dark Knight of Vanda wrote:
The Doomkitten wrote:
Damn my innate good tendencies preventing me from acting upon my violent urges!
Give in to your instincts. Peace is a lie, there is only passion. Through passion, you gain strength; through strength, you gain power. Through power, you gain victory; through victory, your chains are broken!

And Darn my responsible parents for raising me,... responsibly,... ;P

Causing me to grow up into the well-educated, good, tolerant and non-violent person I am today.

Even though most of the time, acting upon my homicidal urges would be COMPLETELY justified!
<Restrains himself from inflicting well-deserved pain upon certain co-workers,...> ;P

I'm beginning to believe that the Sith did have it right!

And cookies, they also have cookies,... :)


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Treppa wrote:
9:30, time to toddle off to Urgent Care. :(

Ugh! Hope yours is better than the average here in Lousy-anna. (Ours tend to be LACK-of-Urgent-cares) ;P

Hope your ok, be well!


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Freehold DM wrote:
MAY THE FAWT BE WITH YOU

MAY THE FORTH, I mean, FAWTL BE WITH YOU! ;)


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Edited due to super-slow online response.

Captain Yesterday wrote:
I'll take your word for it, while I'd love to go to Italy, I've never been there, I'm very much inclined to believe you, I used to work with this super awesome lady that was a model in Italy during the 70s, she had some cool stories:-)

Oh I'll bet she did! ;P

My wife's grandparents were from italy. Her grandad actually remembered riding over on the boat to get away from Mussolini. (He was like, 2)

My mother in law spent years trying to find the family home that got left behind when they fled. HAd a dream about reclaiming it. She finally found it. Saw a picture of it in a newspaper article about a famous couple who bought an Italian villa as a (3rd? 4th? 5th?) home.

Spoiler:
It was bought by Bradgelina.

And no I'm not kidding. ;P


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Wow. Lousy way to end the week.

Sorry CJ. You have 'Plan B' lined up yet?


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Ah. OK then.

<Slightly confused look>

Hm. Apparently I am old enough to USE the interwebs, but still don't understand it. As much as I thought. ;)

Oh I get it! It's GOOGLE'S FAULT! ;P

Ah well, Happy Zappy! ;)


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Lissa Guillet wrote:
Morning all.

Missed this! ;)

And good morning to you too! Happy Spam-Zapping! :D


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Wow. You guys ARE awesome!
(Not that I had any doubts really, but still)

I refreshed the front page after posting here and the one I flagged was already taken out!
BOOM BABY!

And THAT's how you deal with stupid Spammers from Korea.

(How long before these morons realize that they are spamming us in a language we don't read?) ;P


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I don't even peruse the boards (as much as I'd like) ;P

But even I couldn't help but trip over them today.

Flagging 'em when I see em!
:)


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Annnnnd it looks like the spam is back.

Wait, the Spam IS back!
COVER YOUR INBOXES! THE SPAM IS BACK!


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Ah, the infamous 'P-O'd for some reason' encounter. Not for the lower level newbies or the faint of heart.

Good luck CY! ;P

Hope all the mini-me's feel better quickly.

My own mini-me is getting WAY to big to be my Mini-Me anymore. He's growing so fast he'll soon be a ME sized Me. :(
(He's going into 6th grade/ Middle school next year. And he doesn't have the tallest parents) ;P


If RL were a PC, it's alignment would be Chaotic.

Not Good, Neutral, or Evil. Just,... Chaos. ;P

I like your idea Pat. How about it Treppa? If we played around in the world for a bit, would you find it in your heart (and schedule) to come back to us? ;)


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HAppy Friday!

(Which for me is just another day in a 7-day work-week) :(

But don't let me ruin YOUR fun! Oh no. Don't mind me. I'll just be over here. Working. And Not grilling or chilling. Nope. Not a bit,... ;P

Wasn't someone going to invent us a time-pause-inator? For these weeks with no breaks? So we could take a little break and still have all of our busy work stuff?

Anyone? Anyone? Anyone at all? Really? No takers?

Oh C'mon! We're up to model 3000 on the weather dominator! :)


That's right! Never say die!

I do understand what your saying Treppa, and I won't make light of it. But I think this has the makings of a great game. IF your up to making a comeback Treppa, I'll still be here. :)

Either way, good luck with the RL stuff. (Man I hate hate how it always gets in the way!) ;P


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Lissa Guillet wrote:
Fawtl is one of the few threads you can literally come in at any time and still have about as much idea of whats going on as if you'd read the whole thread. It is magic.

+1 :)

And always worth the read! ;P

Hey all, happy almost the weekend!


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And speaking of sheets, pillows and blankets, I think I hear mine calling me now,...

Yep. That's them.

Later! ;P


So Magnus is thinking that he and Felicia lead the way into the office, (with the intent of moving around and providing flanking) followed by San and the rest. Ideas? ;)


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Crimson Jester wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
~Shrugs~ I live in a marginal area that has gotten worse over the years. Karen really, really, REALLY wants to move out.

Dang! Hope things get better. Soon. Your neighbors Insurance will probably cover it, but the Deductible is usually still steep.

On the plus side, wave at me when you go to New Orleans. (I used to live there), now live in Lafayette, 2 hours away from the Big Sleazy. ;P

~grins~ Oh, I will still be in Savannah. It is my wife who will be in NO for a few weeks.
Been thinking really hard about moving back home to Lafayette, Maybe Jennings.

Well shoot,

If you do, maybe I'll have a true Paizo-nite to play games with! :)


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Sharoth wrote:
~Shrugs~ I live in a marginal area that has gotten worse over the years. Karen really, really, REALLY wants to move out.

Dang! Hope things get better. Soon. Your neighbors Insurance will probably cover it, but the Deductible is usually still steep.

On the plus side, wave at me when you go to New Orleans. (I used to live there), now live in Lafayette, 2 hours away from the Big Sleazy. ;P


As long as your not claustrophobic! ;P

Sounds like this party is about to get rolling! :/


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Sigh,
I finally managed to make time to post in this thread again.
With only 15 minutes til curtain. (Le Miz)
I should really go get into character.

Oh wait. I'm Fauchlevant, (The guy that gets run over by the wagon) I'm ready! ;P

<Waves as he heads back to the wings>


That's ok, she can exit the vent, or stay there and be our 'ace in the hole' ;)

Talk about having an 'inside man'! :)


Karrin Kind wrote:

It's because level drains are terrible.

Hey you know all that work you put into playing your character? Gone.

We've been gaming now for 8 years and one attack negates all the work we've done. Karrin started at level 5 and now she's level 5 again. That's why level drains suck.

Yes. This. :(


Yep. All of them designed to make lunch meat out of poor, helpless, defenseless PC's. ;)

Every once n a while, I miss the good OLD days, when a cleric could Turn Undead and just reduce so many #HD of undead into tomb dust. ;P

One of my pet peeves (read= scared to death of happening to my character) has always been level drains. I don't know why. I can count the number of my PC encounters with level-drains on one hand. ;P


How is it that the BAD GUYS get all the digital dice love?!? ;P


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ah yes. I also forgot the Khaasta and the old tower that Bethany the Harpy accidentally destroyed with water after Justin accidentally set it on fire! Lol

LOL! Ah yes, good times! Riding the wave of water out the window and being caught by my bronze Griffon was my high point of that one! :)

As Issac once put it, 'We destroy more property before morning than most people do all day. And most of it is by accident!" (Paraphrased) ;P


Welcome Shadow/Hamar! :)

Sorry so slow Monkey, Slammed with this show loading in.

I'll pick a critter(s) this morning! :)


I've been trying to keep up with the recruit thread. I'll try to review them tonight after work, before I get slammed with load in tomorrow. ;P

Last I saw they all had good ideas, I don't envy you having to choose! :)
But I'll be glad to add my 2cp soon as I can.


No worries Mark. It happens to us all. :)

Actually, I might vanish shortly. :(
I'm already so tired I can't see straight, and I have to load in the Le Miz show tomorrow, and do a week straight tech, and then performances,...

So If you don't hear from me, I either passed out from lack of sleep, or got ran over by the barricade! ;P

(Which is even funnier if you know that I'm also playing the bit part of Fauchelevant, who is the guy that gets run over by the cart!) :D

See you soon,... maybe,... :/


Guy Humual wrote:
Man if Kessel pulls this off people won't notice how ineffective he is in a fight :D

LOL!

Obviously, you are using the narrow definition of 'effective in a fight' ;)

If you can trick me into defeating myself, your the guy I don't want to fight! :D


Sure thing Pat.

(I never have problems throwing my two cents in.) ;P
Looks like they have some interesting ideas.

BTW I loved your recruiting shpeal. :)


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Right back at ya Pat!

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, thanks for letting come join the party. (Figuratively and literally) :)

You have a great storytelling style, and obviously like to have fun with it. And your fortunate to have gathered a bunch of people who like to play with as well as in your worlds. I'm just grateful for your letting play with you and have fun too! :)

Here's to 250 more pages! (For starters,...) ;)


And WOOT 250 game thread! :)


Triple,... digits,.... Damage,...??? <drool>

(Goes to work the evil MATH vs his current spell selection,...) ;P

Yes, Justin has (painfully) discovered that being able to TAKE a hit is just as important as being able to dish it out. (He's still researching his future immunity to fire. Being on the receiving end of a fireball isn't nearly as much fun as shooting them!) ;P

Again, I'll go along with the group. I'm pretty sure that those players interested in joining this madcap band will probably fit in nicely. :)

Annnnd, if the GM is hinting that we are headed into 'Spook Central', and is asking if we want to replace Issac?,...

Hey, I admit I'm slow, but I can take a hint! :)

EDIT/RE-EDIT/Dangit,...

I keep trying to say something witty, but when I re-read it, everything I type just comes across as annoying, or worse. :P Must be Monday the 13th! I'll just stop while I'm ahead,... :/


Ah, see that makes sense. I admit I haven't looked at everyone's Character sheet enough to realize the fine details.

And Justin thinks of Karrin as anything BUT a glass cannon!

A cannon perhaps, but not glass,... ;)


Justin feels you can never have enough meat shields,... er,... FRIENDS to hide behind while casting! ;P

I have no objections to adding another. As has been mentioned we are short on skill monkeys, and another healer, even a backup, is never a bad idea! :)

Plus, as we all keep getting busy, another player lets us keep moving forward while the RL busy one drops unexpectedly off the map. :P

(Warning, at end of this week I am loading in the Opera show. We are doing Le Miz, and not only am I the Tech Director for the facility, I have the dubious honor of being the Lighting Designer as well. I will either be able to check in once/day, or will fall off the face of the earth for about a week.) :)


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Prayers headed your way. And well-wishes to boot! :)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
By the way, do any of you think we need a fighter-type to replace Issac? I know you guys do some damage, but I just wanted to get your thoughts on the matter.

Good question, and my first instinct was to cry 'YES!'

But then I realized that Karrin and Rhiannon aren't lightweights either. :)

I'll go with the group on this, but I think we might be fine with who we have. We are almost evenly split between warriors and casters right now. (Unless the question was a GM hint that things might be getting very nasty very soon?!?!?) :(


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Cape cod is pretty, but a toxic place to live. Seasonal economy (no one wants to visit in January) service-oriented (no manufacturing or otherwise, really) and prices are high due to the location and the thirst for summer residences for rich folk.

I'm done. I want off the sandbar. 14 years of scraping along and I'm just done

Heh. I feel you there monkey. I really do. :P

Good luck. I'd give you some of mine if I had any left. ;P


Heh, fresh lobster would make a good memory I would think! :)


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Heh, sorry, just had a picture of a monkey (instead of the usual Kitten) hanging by it's fingertips from a branch on a motivational poster.

:)


That's not TOO bad,...

Um, that is September of THIS year, right? ;P

Best of luck Pat. :) Hang in there!


The Bunny was generous as always.

My pocketbook, ... not so much,... ;P


Guy Humual wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

I got plenty down here on cape cod

One thing I like about Cape Breton is it is like cape cod was forty years ago. With mountains. And it's colder, but not terribly so. 3-4 weeks of colder weather. Plus I have a bazillion rekatives there. I am mostly Hebredeian Scot heritage, but some Arcadian French, English and (apocryphal) Micmac

I've never been to Cape Cod but I've heard good things about it. It's a bit of a touristy location though isn't it?

Either way I hope you don't have to move if you don't want to.

Cape Cod, I think I passed through once as a teenager. Church youth choir trip probably.

Your family history sound much much exciting than mine. (Maybe because I don't know a LOT about my family tree?) ;)

Ditto on hoping you don't have to move if you don't want to!


Guy Humual wrote:
:)
Hey is she Cajun? There's a lot of Acadians living in Nova Scotia and most Cajun/Acadians consider Nova Scotia their home land. It's a wonderful place for most of the year but the snow takes a bit of getting used to. Cape Breton usually gets a bit more snow then we on the mainland but for the last few years we haven't been getting a lot. We more then made up for it this year though.

Heh, well, TECHnically she has been called 'Cajun', but that's because most people think that anyone from south Louisiana is called that. She was born and raised in New Orleans, so she IS a southern Belle, but her family history is german on her dads side and italian on her mom's.

(Oi! The family 'discussions'!) ;P
So no, her family did not come from the Acadians/ Nova Scotia people.

And believe me, I got the italian history page by page long before I asked her to marry me. I think it's some kind of family/Italian requirement. Passing down the family history and all. ;)


Oi. Sorry to hear that Pat.
Hope to hear that things are getting better soon. Er. Est. :)


Happy Post-Easter candy-coma to all!

And btw,... I'm BAAAAAACK!
:)

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