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Pathfinder Society Member. 14,870 posts (15,708 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 36 aliases.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Sweet heavens above! I just found out the movie theater near my house is participating in the limited two-night showing of Batman: The Killing Joke! Looks like I've got an appointment at 10 pm tonight!!!!

Have fun.


David M Mallon wrote:
And... I'm unemployed again.

Damn. I am sorry my friend.


Oh wow! Mark Hamill was on Avatar TLAB.


The Wife loves Penny Dreadful. I eventually need to watch it.


Avatar the Last Airbender is such an awesome series. The Legend of Korra was pretty good too. Different but good.


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Sissyl wrote:
More people drinking the paranoid conspiracy kool-aid, I see. Get real, people.

~laughter~ Why don't you go read some history before speaking. Stranger things than this have occurred in the past. Besides, paranoid people often act irrationally.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Mostly for Captain Yesterday, but everyone else feel free to chime in (I'm looking at you, TL!):

Impus Minor wants to start running an AP. He ran We Be Goblins quite competently, so I think he could do an "easy" one with minimal help.

So... which AP is the "easiest" to run as a GM?

Tomb of Horrors (1st Edition). Oh. You said AP, not death trap module.


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Lichen discovery


The Evolution of Multicellularity: A Minor Major Transition?


David:

Spoiler:
I too suggest walking. Having said that, you need to walk for at least an hour. It will (eventually) help out with your weight issue but it will also lower your blood pressure by a little bit and help reduce your stress level. Find a nice park or suburb to walk in / around. Good luck and call me if you need to talk. I will do my best to lower my whine level down to 0.


~looks at the list~ Yep. Right here. Number 853. If I were an evil overlord, I would do...


NOVA - Quantum Physics


Thomas Seitz wrote:
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HeHateMe wrote:

Voltron?? VOLTRON???!!! *SQUEEEEEEEEEEE!!*

I am binge watching the holy hell out of this on Saturday while my wife is out with her girlfriends. Yay Netflix, first you bring me the joy that is Daredevil, now you bring me Voltron!

My wife got hooked on Daredevil too, but I think Voltron is going to be my dirty little secret.

I foresee Jessica Jones in your near future.
And Luke Cage in your slightly-less near future.
And Defenders in the further out future.

What? No love for Iron Fist?


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Understanding Quantum Mechanics

Huh. I leaned something new. I thought Quantum Mechanics were just small people working on my car. j / k! J / K! It was one of my favorite things to learn about in my physics classes.

Edit - I figure that this also might help.

Quantum Spin - Visualizing the physics and mathematics


Site with clues to fate of fabled Lost Colony may be saved


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Pretty good. I have just been doing the usual. How has your life been going, Woodraven?


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Hey there Woodraven! It is good to see you here again.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Sounds like my brothers, everything is a debate, except no one's really listening to each other, except to set up their next rebuttal. :-)

YES!!! That's it precisely. Thank you!

Anyway, off "work" soon (I did my handoff a couple of hours ago, so it's waiting to see whether any emergencies come up before EOD), so I'll be offline, but I apologize for turning FaWtL into a full-blown discussion of one player.

I feel like I'm finally managing him decently, and a lot of the other players are relieved that over the next few sessions his execrable behavior so far will come to fruition in the deaths of many he holds dear.

But sometimes, I just have to vent about him.

Because when your player asks, "Can I have every spell in the book and a 35,000 gold piece item for free? Because I want them?" I think you should get a little vent time...

Huh? Were you saying something? If so, then I did not hear it because I was ignoring you and working on how to weasel out of you anything that I can.

~grins~ j / k ! Vent away!


Drejk wrote:

Can't we have glorious night instead? Beautiful evening?

An eternity of blissful dreams instead of short flicker of waking lucidity?

~grins~ I hope your day improves.


Hey! My world is inside out! ~pushes it back through the wormhole to fix it~


Habitable Planets 06: Water Worlds & Ocean Planets - Isaac Arthur


Krensky wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Scott Betts wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
IMHO the majority of the RNP are not anchored in reality. Trump is just playing into that fantasy land view. Sadly, there were more than a few things that Trump said that I at least partially agreed with. But he and the Republican party are too crazy for my tastes.
What things did he say that you found any agreement in? Policy-wise, I mean. Obviously some of his rhetoric doesn't allow much room for disagreement.

~grins~ I would have to relisten to it to give my thoughts on what I sort of agreed with. Most of the time was spent with this going through my head "OMG! Most of this is utter BS!"

But honestly, I am neither Democrat or Republican. I just want someone competent in the office who realizes that BOTH parties are now the extreme end of the spectrum and over 90% of the people are in the middle.

Please.

The DNC is about where the middle was twenty years ago and the right was fifty. I mentioned my father up thread. As referenced there, a few years ago he called himself an Eisenhower Republican. I jokingly pointed out that by today's standards, that makes him a liberal Democrat. By today's measures, Barry Fscking Goldwater is center right, for pitty's sake!

"Please" as in relisten to Trump's speech and give my opinion? I can do that, but it will probably be at the tail end of this weekend before I can devote a few hours to relistening to Trump's speech.


Irontruth wrote:

I've finally started to admit to myself that he might win.

~grimaces~ I felt that it might happen a few months ago. Fear mongering works well at times. It scares my wife a lot that he might just get elected.


Scott Betts wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
IMHO the majority of the RNP are not anchored in reality. Trump is just playing into that fantasy land view. Sadly, there were more than a few things that Trump said that I at least partially agreed with. But he and the Republican party are too crazy for my tastes.
What things did he say that you found any agreement in? Policy-wise, I mean. Obviously some of his rhetoric doesn't allow much room for disagreement.

~grins~ I would have to relisten to it to give my thoughts on what I sort of agreed with. Most of the time was spent with this going through my head "OMG! Most of this is utter BS!"

But honestly, I am neither Democrat or Republican. I just want someone competent in the office who realizes that BOTH parties are now the extreme end of the spectrum and over 90% of the people are in the middle.


IMHO the majority of the RNP are not anchored in reality. Trump is just playing into that fantasy land view. Sadly, there were more than a few things that Trump said that I at least partially agreed with. But he and the Republican party are too crazy for my tastes.


Aberzombie wrote:
Yeah, I was too hung over this morning to put much effort into it. Story of my life the past few days.

That made it even grimmer.

P.S. - I hope your life improves.


Exploring Neutrino Mysteries


Aberzombie wrote:
Though I'm also certain there are some people who frequent this website who would revel at any misfortunes I might suffer.

I would never revel in your misery. Cackle with glee maybe, but never revel. Please remember that.

~grins and runs~

P.S. - I hope things improve, AZ.


~claps~ Bravo! Encore! Encore!


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

The future of design.

Or in my words "COOL!!!".

You always have the kewlest links Sharoth

~shrugs~ I just try to think twice before posting the links.


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The future of design.

Or in my words "COOL!!!".


The future of design.

Or in my words "COOL!!!".


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Parenting


Human don't leave me I need cuddles!

~sigh~ I miss our pet rats. They were so sweet. Except for the one that was not sure if we were food or not. She was just a little bit dense. She never broke our skin, but she was always testing to see.


~thinks~ I wonder what level of Hell I would be in if I had to hunt for a new job for the rest of eternity?


Good luck Drejk. Job hunting is in my top 10 "I hate doing this!!!" list.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

I taught for four years.

I wouldn't go back to it for 10x the pay. God bless those people who can put up with it.

Amen! I have never taught, but I have seen the Hell that they go through.


Aberzombie wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
IMHO Babylon 5 is the best science fiction show ever.

You're making it very difficult for me to dislike you. Not impossible. Just difficult.

Still, I suppose I'll have to put you on one of the good lists now.

I still love Star Trek - Deep Space 9, but Babylon 5 is still better.

Oh, if you need some help putting me back in the dislike spot, here you are. Zombies suck.

Too late. You're on the never to be eaten list.

NOOOO!!! I wanted to survive the zombie outbreak with my sanity intact. That requires offing a lot of zombies! After all, there is an achievement for that, right? ~looks up the achievements on the X-Box page~ Yep! There is.


I still need to finish "If Chins Could Kill".


Where is Bruce Campbell when you need him?


It doesn't matter. Zombies are vile, disgusting, rotting corpses that need to be disposed of as quickly as possible.


Aberzombie wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
IMHO Babylon 5 is the best science fiction show ever.

You're making it very difficult for me to dislike you. Not impossible. Just difficult.

Still, I suppose I'll have to put you on one of the good lists now.

I still love Star Trek - Deep Space 9, but Babylon 5 is still better.

Oh, if you need some help putting me back in the dislike spot, here you are. Zombies suck.


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IMHO Babylon 5 is the best science fiction show ever.


I hope that your wife feels better and things improve for you.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Another day, another point on my journey. Today I have driving to do, a day camp to an inflatable park. The last time I drove these guys they gave me a nice tip, so here's hoping.

Good luck and I hope it goes well.


Rysky wrote:

Damn you Angry Birds 2! WHY?!?!

I wanted to like you, I really did!

Try Angry Birds Rio. I have enjoyed that one.


Time travel is causing troubles again? Where is the Doctor when you need him?


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~laughter~ I think that would make you feel worse, not better. ~puts my scales back on before everyone becomes too nauseated~


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

I don't know Z's dad's name. Apparently he abandoned mom long ago, so anything is possible. I think Z still knows him and I don't think violence was involved, though.

You didn't scare me away. Midnight did. Luckily for you, a 3am vomiting of Chinese food woke me up. Never chase grease with cola.

I hope your stomach feels better soon, tgtg!


Orfamay Quest wrote:
Krensky wrote:
So anyone know when Little Donnie will get his first briefing from the Alphabet Agencies? It'll be interesting to see if his self preservation instinct manages to override his ego once he realizes what he'll have to deal with if he's actually elected.

Typically the briefings start in early fall, around Labor Day (first week in September), but there's no specific date as far as I know.

Certainly not before the actual nomination, since there's no reason to brief candidates who end up not even running in the general election.

It must be bad to think that his ego can be overridden.

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