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Pathfinder Society Member. 15,563 posts (16,430 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 40 aliases.


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Aranna wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
I sooo hate double shifts, especially doing security. I've lost count of all the times that I had to limp home from all the blisters on my feet. Aranna, if you're able to take regular breaks, take the shoes off during them to let your toes expand and relax. It helps, trust me.

Fortunately being a supervisor means I get to retreat to my desk to do important things periodically like kick my shoes off or post to FaWtL. But I still fear for my toes. [joking] I wouldn't be surprised if the next uniform decision by our corporate masters was to make us all wear playboy bunny outfits. it would fit their warped sense of practicality. [/joking]

I vote no to that. YOU would look good in it but I would not. Can you imagine a dragon in a bunny costume?


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I hope that everyone has a good day and a great weekend.


All I can do is wish you the best GV. I hope that things improve in your life but I am glad that you are still fighting and still with us.


Male Silver Dragon

Dotted!

Edit - What am I doing? I do not want to be hung! ~pleads for mercy from the court~ I am one of the good guys! I do not belong here with all these scum!

I wonder just how the bad guys would like having a silver dragon with them on this little fiasco.


captain yesterday wrote:

People just recently realized there was an internet up here.

So I'm guessing no.

What is an in-ter-net?


Solnes wrote:
Yo

~jumps and screams like a little girl~


Rysky wrote:
I miss my graveyard shift.

The graveyard shift misses you too. But I mailed it a new scope so it should hit people better. You might want to duck more.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
I know the feeling, waiting for sun up myself.
Yup. The Overnight team. There's a greedy dragon lurking around pre-dawn as well. I should sic my kobolds on him....

[ninja dragon]~slips through the night like a shadow before dawn~[/ninja dragon]


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John Napier 698 wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Black Butler? That's a good one.
At least it's not "Black Lagoon", or I should hope not.

I love Black Lagoon but it is not for kids (or even some adults).


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Well, this night is atrting off badly. I think my phone might have blue screened :/

Sharoth: If you text me I am not ignoring you. I cannot get my phone to open or turn off at this point

Nope. I haven't texted you. Good luck with your phone. Try removing the battery and waiting a few minutes before putting it back in.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Hey, everyone.

Hard share.

If you're the praying kind, please pray for my family. My wife and I and our kids are fine, however, my extended family is going through a very large and difficult thing.

According to their wishes, no details will be supplied in a public place, at present (it makes them uncomfortable), but for an 18 year old to go through that kind of thing is... hard.

Best wishes to your folks, TL.

I too hope that things get better for your extended family. Troubles during the holidays suck.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
John is one of the few that seems to have a larger collection than I do. :) Of course, the fact that so many good shows are on streaming services now means I don't buy as many series anymore, other than specific collector's boxes.

I don't have internet access in the garage I patrol, so I have to use DVDs. And I do need to keep my mind occupied at work, lest I fall asleep. Doing security in a Parking garage is mind-numbingly boring.

Speaking of work, it's 2:00 PM here in Pittsburgh. Signing off now so I can get ready to go. will check in at about 1:00 to 1:30 AM Eastern, when I get home.

You live in Pittsburgh, PA? That is where my parents are from and my uncle still lives there. I liked it during the two years I lived there when I was a kid.


Ed Reppert wrote:

Last time I got a migraine, about 35 years ago, the doc prescribed Fiorinal. "Will this cure my headache?" I asked. "No," he said, "but you won't care." He was right.

I told my current doc that story a while ago when we were talking about pain-killers. He said "I'm not giving you any of that." :-)

My ex- got migraines all the time. It was not fun being around her when she was hurting that bad.


I have been playing Skyrim off and on since it came out and I am still finding new places and doing quests that I have never done before. I think that this time I might just finish the No Stones Left Unturned quest.

Also it has been fun doing limited fast travel in Skyrim. I can only fast travel between main cities that have carriages or other means of travel between holds. But I can't fast travel there until I have walked to that city first. Dawnstar is a prime example. It has both a carriage and a boat that allow access to other cities. But Winterhold does not have either so I can go to that cities by carriage or boat but I have to walk out from there. OTOH I will allow a fast travel point from the College of Winterhold to any main city (got to love teleportation) if I am student there. That also makes getting a carriage at my three houses an important deal. At this point I have yet to get to Dawnstar, Markarth, and Solitude.

Edit - I do sometimes "cheat" on the fast travel bit but only if I go to one of my houses to offload all of the accumulated junk and then come straight back to the point that I left.


~sighs~ Sinus headaches suck. Not as much as migraines but they are still annoying.


I forgot just how much I like classical and alternative music. I was driving to work and nothing was on the regular channels so I turned it to NPR (91.1 here in Savannah, GA). Man that was an amazing classical concert that they were playing. I now have NPR up on my computer and I am listening to Echoes while I plan my work night.


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Aranna wrote:
Treppa wrote:

I had the weirdest experience last night (actually between 6-7 this morning). I was dreaming that I was at a beach resort talking on the cell phone in the lobby. I had set my purse on the couch in front of me and went looking for it to put my phone back in. I was the only one there, but each time I picked up a purse, it was the wrong one and another appeared on the couch.

After a couple of times, I went "Oh, of course, I'm dreaming." But I didn't wake up like other lucid dreaming sessions. I went out on the beach, watched with other people as a dragon chased some poor bastards in a boat ("Wow, wonder what they did to piss it off"), had a meal, met with friends for drinks and to watch fireworks on the beach. It was like having Jedi mind powers. It was very real, but anytime I was asked for money, I'd laugh and say "I don't need to pay; this is a dream." They would shrug and accept it. Way cool.

I'm gonna try that at Starbucks today.

Oh, and I absolutely could not wake up and get out of it. Fortunately, an idiot east coast friend who forgets about time zones texted me at 6:45 to chat and the sound woke me up for real. It was kind of a relief by then.

Welcome to team Lucid Dreamers!

I had a dream where I was my Rifts character and I was being hunted by the Dead Boys and Dog Packs near Chi town. When they caught me and killed me I realized it was a dream and had a TOTAL blast. I attended a rave inside Chi Town itself and explored the levels and scenic atriums. I even vandalized the Emperor's office. I didn't want to leave the dream. But I had no trouble getting out of the dream... just difficulty getting into it.

I had a wierd dream a few years ago. I was my City of Heroes character and I ran into Lloth. I was fighting her and I somehow was able to turn her into wood. After that, she got pissed and really came after me. Needless to say I ran for my life. One of the scarier dreams. I was VERY glad to wake up from that one.


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Storyteller Shadow wrote:
One of the players that plays in my table top game just died. Feel really bad he has two little kids. Not a great week...

I am so sorry to hear that.


Aberzombie wrote:
Mrgh. I am bored.

You are a board? Ok. ~pounds some nails into Aberzombie's head~


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Patrick Curtin wrote:

Another delightful evening !

Followed by a day of car repair and soup partitioning! Whee!

Have fun with your car partitioning and soup repair.


David M Mallon wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I can't tell yet if it is purely suggestive psychology on my part or not.
I would suggest yes.

No?


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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


I'm still a bit partial to TANSTAAFL, myself.

RAH first introduced me to that term.


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John Napier 698 wrote:

*sigh*

I really wish that I could post all of the titles I own, but two hundred and fifty lines or so would be excessive for a post.

Spoiler:
No it wouldn't.

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~looks through Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime~ wow... There are lots of shows that I haven't watched. I guess if I want to watch them then I should not play as many video games. Oh well, I will think on it. ~goes back to playing Skyrim for the 6th time~


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Puella Magi Madoka Magica was also pretty damn good.

I am about to give away the storyline so read at your own peril.

Spoiler:
It is a case of be careful what you wish for, it just might come true.


Cap'n Yesterday's Greatest Idea wrote:

Frell? We're just making up swear words now?

I claim hassenfeffer.

I'll figure out what it means later.

I prefer the classics. FUBAR and SNAFU.


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It is a shame that you are not closer, CY. I would just drive over and drop off a "few" anime titles for you to watch.

Edit - ~has a D'oh moment~ How could I forget Ghost in the Shell the movies and the shows?


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Also, I would suggest Avatar the Last Airbender, then The Legend of Korra. While not technically anime, they are still awesome.


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Anime series to watch...

RWBY

The Devil is a Part Timer

Angel Beats

Sword Art Online

FullMetal Alchemist - Brotherhood

There are several others, but I will have to look through my collection.


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Who would ever play an assassin? That is old school. Only old farts play those.


Patrick, what classes are your victims, err..., unwilling subjects, err..., pawns, err..., PLAYERS (yea, that will work. Poor fools!) going with?


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Naked cats knocking over trees? I am glad they have fur.


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lynora wrote:

We have made it seven days without the cats knocking over the Christmas tree! A whole week! And we even left them alone with it totally unsupervised for a whole afternoon. So far they seem to be totally content with ripping off the ribbons....Weird.

~shakes my finger at the cats~ Bad cats! Bad! Don't you know that you are giving the rest of the cats of the world a bad name? Now go over and knock down that tree!

~grins~


I am Groot!


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Congrats CH on getting hitched! May you both have a long and happy life together and may all your differences be small.


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Freehold DM wrote:
CH IS MARRIED EVERYBODY DRINK

Gratz!!!


What ever happened to Kruelaid?


Ethics? What is that? Good is just a word!


David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:

The game sounds interesting, but I'm not sure I could handle the evil. I feel guilty about pulling the wings off butterflies in Skyrim.

I feel like I have to apologize whenever I trap somebody in a black soul gem. I try to reserve that fate for necromancers and the like. Random soldiers don't deserve that fate.
It's weird-- I have a really hard time being evil in video games, but in pen & paper RPGs, it's always been maybe a little too easy.

You just play like you are in 1st Edition AD & D. Loot, pillage, and plunder EVERYTHING!!!


Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:

The game sounds interesting, but I'm not sure I could handle the evil. I feel guilty about pulling the wings off butterflies in Skyrim.

I feel like I have to apologize whenever I trap somebody in a black soul gem. I try to reserve that fate for necromancers and the like. Random soldiers don't deserve that fate.

Bandits do. Or at least they did until Dawnguard.


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Aranna wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Limey Of Barsoom wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Page 3000

We must become futuristic versions of ourselves.

Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!

I am not letting anyone take away my trousers.
You could always wear a skirt if they get your trousers.

They are called Kilts, not skirts. Get it right.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Erk!

Lack... of... Farscape... withering...

C'moooonnnnnnn, Netflix, this is, like, the future! Gimme somethin' good to watch! XD

Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage were all very good.


Aranna wrote:

Crap...

I think I am sick.
And I am about to start a pair of double shifts.

~sigh~
Give me strength.

Of course you are sick. You hang out here. ~thinks~ Oh! You mean physically sick. That does suck. I hope you feel better and good luck at work.


Yea. Tomorrow is payday for me too. Here is hoping that I go enough OT to pay all the bills and have enough left over to fix my alternator.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Tired. So very very tired

On the plus side, payday #1! Yay!

[ninja dragon]~slips in, transfers all of the monkey's money into an unnamed Swiss bank account, then quietly slips out again~[/ninja dragon]


Me too.


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Set wrote:
Set wrote:
Cole Deschain wrote:
The Lost Boys. "One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach; all the damn vampires."
Woo! Vampire movies!

It's Cole's fault that I'm listening to Lost Boy's soundtrack videos like I Still Believe and Cry Little Sister (and Queen of the Damned soundtrack videos) on Youtube right now.

And I blame BOTH Cole and Set for me listening to these songs! ~sighs~ Now where did I put our Lost Boys DVD?


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Tacticslion wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
That sucks. OTOH, the Steam Christmas sale is coming soon.
When is this?

SOON!!! TM


Note to self. When using a very modded version of Skyrim, make sure all the mods are up to date if you have not played it in over 2 years.


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Without a Paddle was funny in a mindless sort of way.

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