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Pathfinder Society Member. 13,142 posts (13,920 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 30 aliases.


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Thank you Auto Save!!! I did not loose any time.


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Sorry about the family issues Rosita.

Gratz on the new job Anius' the Talewise.

~grumbles~ Damn buggy Fallout New Vegas costing me 3 to 4 hours of gameplay due to there only being 100 save spots and me rewriting over my previous saves to conserve some of those spots for later and then FO NV glitching up JUST as I save my game. ~grumbles~


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~holds a text book over certain areas and backs away from the thread~


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
When reading an old used book, I like seeing underlined marks. It's interesting to see what particular parts of the text were so important to the previous reader that warranted marking the pages.

Unless it is a text book, that really annoys me. Even text books being written in annoys me, but I understand, having done it more than once.


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Sir Limey De Longears wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

We had a blast at the Ren Faire. There was jousting and cider and knife throwing and naughty nuns.

I did not buy a sword. They really are hella expensive.

Jousting naughty nuns. The story of mine life.

Swords are expensive - but worth every groat, forsooth! - so thou shouldest have boughteth one, even as ye Marquis of Freehold quoth, then thou couldeth have enslain cardboard boxes with it, even as I myself hath done today, when I managed to let go of ye olde lance and tear myself away from Sister Sultrina, anyway*

** spoiler omitted **

We will have Nun of that!


Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

I had a dream last night where I was in some kind of accident and found myself in an alternate universe (sort of a scenario where infinite universes spawn from every decision in a quantum physics kind of way). I found myself in the year 2003 under a creep totalitarian regime, with bizarrely unappealing, yet functional, technology. I was really distressed about not being in my own timeline anymore.

I never determined at what point in history that universe departed from our own, but I judged that there were enough similarities that it was a few decades ago at most.

Why do I have dreams about theoretical physics?

because we have not gone to pomme frite.

Let's go to pomme frite!

Yes! How is next week?

NEXT WEEK IS BEST WEEK

What days are best for you?

Don't do it, CH!!! It's a TRAP!!!


Pay better attention, CH!


SQUIRREL!!!


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Crimson Jester wrote:
Try watching Connections, very first episode.

I LOVE that show!!!


Skyrim Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:
So where the f%%! do I learn enchantments in Skyrim, otherwise my rampaging is going spectacular! I started over (again)

You disenchant something to learn the enchantment.


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
Wow I really want to read this journal article on palaeoclimatological studies of the early holocene but my ADHD won't let me.
Could you drop a link here for us?

Modeling prehistoric land use and carbon budgets

It's up to you to procure access somehow.

Linked it for you and thanks.


Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
Wow I really want to read this journal article on palaeoclimatological studies of the early holocene but my ADHD won't let me.

Could you drop a link here for us?


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

Now looking into the question of the early anthropocene hypothesis: can it be said that humans began affecting the climate thousands of years ago through the invention of agriculture?

I think it is a possibility.

yes.


Quill18's DotA 2 - A Complete Beginners Guide


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HELP!!! I am being edited out of existan-


Orthos wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Fracking Neverwinter Nights has a compatibility issue with Windows Vista. yay. Now to try and figure out WHERE to get a patch. or something.

>_<

Did you try running it in compatibility mode?

Tried and it still did not work. I also could not get the latest update for it. Fracking Bioware.


Fracking Neverwinter Nights has a compatibility issue with Windows Vista. yay. Now to try and figure out WHERE to get a patch. or something.


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Overtime is ONLY nice after you get paid for it. Heading back home and back to sleep.


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Spoiler alert!!! Spoilers ahead for Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas!!! Play the games before watching.

10 Fallout Facts you probably didn't know.

10 Things you didn't know about Fallout 3.

10 Things you didn't know about Fallout New Vegas.

10 MORE Things you didn't know about Fallout New Vegas.

I learned a thing or two from these videos.


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The following is a deconstruction of the issues with Fallout 3. I did not write this, but I thought it was both funny and very true. Do not read this until AFTER playing through Fallout 3.

The Blistering Stupidity of Fallout 3

Fallout 3 - Tenpenny Tower.

Now I want it to be understood that I LIKE Fallout 3 and have played it over 6 times. Having said that, I agree with most of what is said.


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Fallout Classics Collection at Gamersgate.

Fallout New Vegas at Gamersgate.

Having said that, all of them are actually through Steam Games. yay.


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AHHHHH!!! A naked badger! Is that like a naked mole rat? Are you related to Rufus?


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

Anyhow I storyboarded the first couple pages of my comic, as follows

Page 1

** spoiler omitted **

Page 2-3

** spoiler omitted **...

Nice.
Thanks to the order of the stick for getting me inspired again c:

Glad to hear that. Keep up the good work.


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Aranna wrote:
lynora wrote:

Day two of 'staycation': hopefully will go better than day one which was spent at a water park while it was crazy cold for August. And my husband ended up on the phone with work for half the time. So far he hasn't actually managed to get any time off in spite of using vacation days...

So today begins with mini golf, followed by laser tag. I'll probably win at mini golf again for the simple reason that all of the obstacles are designed with right handed players in mind and playing left handed makes the whole course easier. :)
Be grateful your man has a job... Mine just sits around playing MMOs and watching anime all day. He doesn't even clean very often relying on the pity of me or his family to help him out.

That sucks Aranna. I am sorry to hear that about him.

I freely admit that I play WAYYYYY too many video games, but I also work a full time job, help out around the house, assist my wife when she needs the help, help out my mom as often as possible, and I try to be there for my brother and friends. OTOH, I will be picking up a new computer in two months JUST to play vidiot games. ~grumbles and shakes my fist~ I blame you, XCOM 2!!!

P.S. - Having said that, I DID get my wife addicted to Diablo 3 and she had my PS3 moved into her office so that she could play Lollypop Chainsaw.


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

Anyhow I storyboarded the first couple pages of my comic, as follows

Page 1

** spoiler omitted **

Page 2-3

** spoiler omitted **...

Nice.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I'm left handed too :-)

You lefties are in the right mind.


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Ragadolf wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

Paratus 14:50

As someone who saw the before and after of Katrina, thank you to all the brave men and women of the Coast Guard and all of the other rescue squad for what you have done. Police, fire, medical, guard units, ect. Thanks you! I was luck that the people I loved who were there got out before Katrina hit. But there were many more people who were not so lucky.

PBS is airing the show right now, but it will be on their web site or YouTube soon. So far I am very glad to be watching this show.

Paratus 14:50 trailer on YouTube

Thanks for the heads up Sharoth.

As one whose family was living BETWEEN the two levy breaks, this is very interesting to me personally.

(Made it sound worse than it really was. Because Me and Mine were smart enough to leave BEFORE it actually hit!) :)

When I was (much) younger, we lived in New Orleans, then across the state line in Mississippi. The place we were at in Mississippi was wped out after Katrina.


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, a big belated "congratulations" to all FaWtLer's, past and present.

Last night was really HARD: A series of hot days, alone with the kids for the evening, and nothing much to do but sit back and relax. What's the harm in a simple gin & tonic to beat the heat?

...and then I thought about how disappointed the FaWtL crowd would be in me if I failed after only 80 days, so I refrained.

Alcoholism, even the relatively minor type like I had, is a beast. Don't try it at home, kids!

EDIT: I don't kid myself that 4-5 drinks a day ranks very low on the scale of hardcore alcoholism, but even that was enough to have me addicted for years. This journey is frequently easy, frequently rocky, and sometimes, like last night, just downright hard and unpleasant...

Gratz!!!


Breast cancer sucks.


Yvonne Craig a.k.a. Batgirl dies at age 78.


Nova - Hurricane Katrina, the storm that drowned a city


Paratus 14:50

As someone who saw the before and after of Katrina, thank you to all the brave men and women of the Coast Guard and all of the other rescue squad for what you have done. Police, fire, medical, guard units, ect. Thanks you! I was luck that the people I loved who were there got out before Katrina hit. But there were many more people who were not so lucky.

PBS is airing the show right now, but it will be on their web site or YouTube soon. So far I am very glad to be watching this show.

Paratus 14:50 trailer on YouTube


Oh well. I think I will read Dracula.


Bah!!! Fallut Shelter will not work on the kindle fire.


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~looks at my vacation balance~ uh oh. It is almost September and I have 17 and 1/2 days of vacation to burn through. I might take tomorrow and the day after off.


~grumbles~ Sid Meyer's Beyond Earth will have to wait until I get a new computer before I can play it. The graphics are not rendering properly. ~sighs~ The joy of using an older computer.


Scintillae wrote:
First day with kids tomorrow. I am excited and terrified.

Good luck!!!


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My first post was in February 2006.


By Crom!!! Someone will pay for my lost scales!


By CROM!!! Where are my scales? ~does my best barbarian stance~


I just finished up watching Conan the Barbarian in the Big Screen. There is a difference.


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Just wait until you have Smithing, Enchanting, and Alchemy maxed out.


Skyrim Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:
Stupid damn puzzles! why are there so many stupid damn puzzles!

I have yet to puzzle that out. ~looks over at the VERY essential game guide book~ That is why I buy the game book.


~grimaces~ Ok. Got the loan and should be caught back up by Friday. It only added another $30 a month and three years to the total. ~sighs~ I hate being in debt. Easy to get into, hard to get out of.

Mom will be going in for surgery tomorrow. No eta or radiation and / or chemo therapy dates. Hopefully they get it all this time.


Skyrim Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:
Oh my god that bandit is still going off about his girlfriend that was totally cheating on him leaving him, give it up buddy, it's almost over.....

~LAUGHTER~


NobodysHome wrote:

Well, I was going to wait until Day 100 to report, but it's rather amazing: Today is Day 72 and it's downright scary how powerful the urge to drink still runs. Bad day at work? Have a drink! Bad news on the home front? Have a drink! Long weekend of physical labor? Have a drink!

I look back at my last attempt of 42 days and think, "Wow. No wonder I blew it!"

Should be interesting to see how long I have to go before the cravings cease. All I can say so far is that 72 days ain't enough...

I for one have faith in you. It is hard, but so worth it. Keep up the good work.


Icyshadow wrote:
Woke up to a rather unnerving nightmare, and was late to work...

~peeks over your desk~ BOO!!!

Sorry to hear that. I hope your day gets better.


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One of my friends treated me to this yesterday. As a Fantastic Four movie it bombed. Having said that, I went in with a different viewpoint. Mine was that this is a movie that just uses the names and powers with nothing else being the same. Viewed in that light it was not too bad. Not too good, but not too bad. It was much, much, much, much, much better than the movie adaptation of Eragon. Having said that, I would Redbox or Netflix the movie.

Note - I am a BIG Fantastic Four fan and am disappointed that they did not make the 3rd and 4th Fantastic Four movies. I wanted to see Namor's smug ass get kicked by Reed and co. And I wanted to see Galactus in the flesh.

Edit - I added a few "much"es to my Eragon comment. The Eragon book was good, the Eragon movie sucked.


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Sweat tea or water or juice. None of that soda stuff for me.


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~curses~ Damn Portugal and England! They are allied and I can't go to war with Portugal because England will come in and kick my rear!!!

Note - Europa Universalis III is not addictive in any ~hands start to shake~ way. ~goes back to playing crack for nerds~

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