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Pathfinder Society Member. 12,586 posts (13,363 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 28 aliases.


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~shakes my cane at you all~ You are still younger than me, you young whipper-snappers! Now get off my lawn!


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~shakes my cane at the rest of you~ You young whipper snappers! Why in my day we did not have the internet. We had to send stone tablets to each other with our messages!


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Cr500cricket wrote:
Wow. My Government questioned my literacy today. Like seriously I'm in Grade 10, you'd think I'd know how to read. Nop. Therefore 31/2 hour long standardized test.

You are only in tenth grade? Wow. I thought you were older.

As for the literacy bit, wellllll..... it is not you, it is all the other people who do not read. You are just caught in the middle.


You will be missed Mike. ~sighs~ Mike was, no, IS my friend. I remember the many times that we would be playing in City of Heroes or when I would call him up and talk to him. He was a very good guy. May your next life be better than this was.


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And in this case, I am not naked.


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~sighs~ Just because you do not talk to a friend for a few years does not make them any less your friend. RIP Mike. You will be missed.


Spiral_Ninja wrote:

I enjoyed it. I also have a scene I'm hoping for: ** spoiler omitted **

~laughter~ It is a good thing that I just finished swallowing BEFORE I read that. I would LOVE to see that.


~string of curse words~ Is his GF ok? I know that he was with someone and I know that I have talked to her a few times. Is she ok? ~another string of curse words~ Do the Paizo people know about this? If not, then someone should let them know.


No. damn. What happened and where did you read about it? damn damn damn. I was thinking about trying to get back in touch with him this year.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Mike McArtor.

WHAT!?

Where? Where is he? Is he ok?


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Gratz Icy!


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The Hobbit trilogy was Peter Jackson's fan boi take on The Hobbit. I liked them, but the book was better.


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I demand satisfaction! ~thinks~ Humn. Maybe this is the wrong thread to be saying that. ~slinks away~


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Wait a minute! This is the internet. Since when is having a resonable and thoughtful conversation alowed? I want mob viloence! I want the peasants up in arms! I want riots and destruction! Where is all of that?

Spoiler:
I am very pleased to see the level of maturity here. Thanks!


Dotting for future reference once I get my old XP machine back up and running.


Def Leppard's greatest hits.


Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Trying to get musicians to respond to e-mail messages is like trying to herd cats on meth.
Like?
Long story.
I read Drejk's comment as: "like" implies a simile, but who could actually tell the difference between musicians and cats on meth?

Cats don't need meth. They are crazy enough as it is. Trust me. I know. ~takes care of WAYYYYYYY too many cats~


~sad look~ What? No blood? What about his head on a pike. That would work. ~sighs~ Oh well. I guess the book will just have to do.

Also, thanks for checking into this.


I have yet to recieve my OotS book. Should it have arrived already or should I wait another week before demanding blood? Preferably Cosmo's.


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Well, that sucks. I liked his stuff, but one of my friends loved his books.


Greylurker wrote:

think of it this way.

If someone put you infront of a Microfiche reader. Would you know how to use it?

Yes.

Spoiler:
But that is only because I have used them before. My brother or his kids would not know how to use it.


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So is Florence & The Machine.


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Lindsey Stirling is awesome!


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Orthos wrote:
For Freehold

~LAUGHTER~


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ebon_fyre wrote:

So...

FINALLY moved out of my parents place. The "temporary" living arrangement lasted 6+ years, and was ruining relationships.

Kiddo has her own room for the first time ever.

We have our bedroom to ourselves for the first time in 3 years.

Life is good.

Congratz!!!


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Drejk wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
I ate me some marzipan earlier, and now I want to go to L├╝beck, for some reason.
This is a good reminder that when I am in Los Angeles in a few weeks, I need to stop by my favorite Danish bakery. The things they do with marzipan...
Wait, isn't that illegal in USA?

I think that would be against the Geneva Convention. Those poor marzipans.


I enjoyed it. Having said that, my wife LOVES Diablo 3.


Hey! My character is refusing to move from this step. What is wrong with her?!?


Celestial Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?
~sharpens my knives~ Oh, you could play Skyrim.
I played Skyrim all the way through 3 times during 2014. Otherwise, your answer would be the obvious choice :)
Well, you are to blame for my 5th and 6th time playing Skyrim. The 5th time had issues because of a bad disk. Level 53 carcter deleted. Having siad that, I am glad that it happened. This playthrough has been fun. I am using a limited fast travel rule. I am only able to fast travel between the capitals nad my house(s) once I get a carrage at them. Make the game a lot longer and more interesting when you have to walk EVERYWHERE. Having said that, the third time up the 5000 steps became VERY boring.
You could make a rule that when you get to Ivarsted you are allowed to fast travel to the top :)

NO!!! I refuse!!! ~My character breaks down in tears on step 3812, cursing a subborn player who will not make her life easier~


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Crimson Jester wrote:
Having internet again... feels weird.

Welcome back, whoever your name is.


Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?
Mass Effect.
This is a likely candidate. I found that you can get all three games together for a pretty good price. I could binge my way through starting with the first one.
I picked up all 3 for around $20 used. Spent another $50 or so on DLC.
What Mass effect DLC's would you suggest? I was going to pick up the trilogy pack for the PS3 sometime or another.
ALL OF THEM

All of them? Ok. ~goes into sneak mode and picks Freehold DM's pocket, taking his credit card and ordering ALL of the DLCs, then reverse pickpocket's him, putting his wallet back~ Thanks for the advice.


David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Uh... My experience is exactly opposite: controllers are crap, mouse plus keyboard is so much better...
Better for giving yourself carpal tunnel syndrome, maybe.

That is the primary reason for buying my X-Box 360. The computer was hurting my wrists too much.


David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?
Mass Effect.
This is a likely candidate. I found that you can get all three games together for a pretty good price. I could binge my way through starting with the first one.
I picked up all 3 for around $20 used. Spent another $50 or so on DLC.

What Mass effect DLC's would you suggest? I was going to pick up the trilogy pack for the PS3 sometime or another.


Have a great time you all. Here is hoping it goes well.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?
~sharpens my knives~ Oh, you could play Skyrim.
I played Skyrim all the way through 3 times during 2014. Otherwise, your answer would be the obvious choice :)

Well, you are to blame for my 5th and 6th time playing Skyrim. The 5th time had issues because of a bad disk. Level 53 carcter deleted. Having siad that, I am glad that it happened. This playthrough has been fun. I am using a limited fast travel rule. I am only able to fast travel between the capitals nad my house(s) once I get a carrage at them. Make the game a lot longer and more interesting when you have to walk EVERYWHERE. Having said that, the third time up the 5000 steps became VERY boring.


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Icyshadow wrote:
Okay, now I've had this flu torment me for almost a week. This sucks!

I hope you feel better soon, Icy.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?
Mass Effect.

Thant will be next after I finish playing Skyrim.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Almost to the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition. I have to decide what is next. Replay, or something else?

~sharpens my knives~ Oh, you could play Skyrim.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

So CotCT is the Batman AP:)

they really need to say that in the description:-)
Pretty much. Heck, given Blackjack is looking for a successor, it's kind of like Batman Beyond without the tech.
It also has shades of Princess Bride and the Dread Pirate Roberts

Inconceivable!!!


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You will be missed.


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Here is a nice list of various webcomic.


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Also, Misfile is a fun read.


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Don't forget Girl Genius and Supernormal Step.


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No WONDER Ashley Burch liked Saints Row. She was in Saints Row IV.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
Try Saints Row.
Just dropped the mic. Just dropped all the mics.

~laughter~ Now I want to try Saints Row 3.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Ouch! thats rough!

Here's a cartoon to cheer you up:-)

~laughter~ I liked that one.


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You want politics? FINE!!! I will give you politics! Death to the Stormcloaks. Long live the Empire. Ulfric can go to Oblivion! ~rereads~ OHHHH!!!!! You meant REAL world politics! Nevermind. ~slinks away in shame~


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I just ordered the latest Order of the Stick book. It should be here next week sometime.


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Orthos wrote:
Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
Hey. Our government isn't that bad, and compared to the rest of the developed world we have low taxes.
I honestly can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not.

The correct answer is "Yes".


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I am really enjoying Florence and the Machine.

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