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Pathfinder Society Member. 11,737 posts (15,821 including aliases). 5 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 46 aliases.


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Some days are OK, others, I wonder if I'm really Truman Burbank.


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And the gods have decreed: Friday shall be 12-pack day, at least until holiday peak season at UPS is over.


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MagusJanus wrote:
*checks Mjolnir case, finds it empty*

Meow Meow? What's Meow Meow?


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Fergurg wrote:
The last line Lex Luthor says in the 1986 movie Superman IV is when he tells Superman, "I'll see you in twenty years." The next Superman movie to come out, Superman Returns, was released in 2006.

In 1991, during the 22nd and final episode of the second season of "Twin Peaks," "Episode 29," a character trapped in an evil realm is visited by the spirit of a dead woman and told "I will see you again in 25 years." In 2014, show creator David Lynch announced that "Twin Peaks" will resume as a TV miniseries in 2016. Talk about an epic brick joke...


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Doctor's appointment #1 of 2 this week: no pneumonia this time, but I've apparently dropped 15-20 pounds in the last three months, which is cool, I guess.


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Ever been up around Phoenecia, NY? I stopped for coffee at a place called "Diner." It was next to a building marked "Post Office;" they were the only two public buildings in sight.

The place was a boomtown up until the Romans sacked Carthage.


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Christopher Dudley wrote:
East Aurora, New York is 90 miles west of Aurora, New York.

Having lived in New York State for most of my life, this doesn't surprise me in the least. Nothing makes sense here.

A fun fact about Central New York: whoever named stuff around here really liked those Greeks and Romans. Neighboring cities and towns include Rome, Ithaca, Utica, Verona, Greece, Italy, Cicero, Tully, Camillus, Marcellus, Manlius, Palmyra, and Cincinnatus. And those are just the ones I could think of off the top of my head.


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I really should have tried this.


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I find the new lightsaber I don't care.


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The St. Louis Arch will survive the coming alien invasion, and possibly become home to a radio station. I know it's true, I saw it on the Sci-Fi Channel. Or maybe the SyFy Channel. I can't remember which.


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This is my theme song.


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OK, taking that as a sign that I've been awake for far too long. Everything is weird.


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It's come to my attention that I bear a disturbing resemblance to my boss. Both around the same age, tattooed, with similar features, buzz cuts, and Irish last names. If it weren't for the fact that he's a couple inches shorter and has way better people skills, I could assume his identity and take over the world.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Randarak wrote:
Today is Rich Little's 76th birthday.
Indeed. That is what led me to post my previous factoid. IMDB is very convenient for the "Did you knows....?".

Speaking of IMDB... Actor Malachy Cleary, a.k.a. David Barrodale of the Onion News Network, a.k.a. Warren G. Harding of 'Boardwalk Empire,' is my first cousin once removed.


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Plumtree - Predicts The Future


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It's snowing like hell outside. Snow can go f+@! itself in the ear.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
I have standards.
There's your problem right there.

Up with this I will not put!


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I have standards.


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Step 1: meet girl
Step 2: have conversation
Step 3: find out girl is Limp Bizkit fan
Step 4: end conversation
Step 5: pretend you never met girl
Step 6: repeat steps 1-5


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I got Korean barbecue with a gaming buddy on Saturday. I have been eating the leftovers nearly every meal since then. It's almost gone. Almost.


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I accidentally the fighter. In fact, I accidentally the whole rest of the party.


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Well this is a weird crossover...


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jemstone wrote:

New party member, a Barbarian, has a tattoo of Icarus on his shoulder. When questioned about it's significance, he answers in perfect Brock F-ing Sampson voice:

"What's the matter? You don't like bards?"

Jock rock my ass, just listen to those LYRICS, man, it's all about LOVE and LONGING and... hobbits.


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DrDeth wrote:

Playing a race which could shift into a dog. Went and scouted the enemy camp in dog form. But I could only change once a day.

Came back to camp, was about to tell them what I found, then the DM reminds me "You cant speak in that form'. ooops

So I said "Bark, bark, bark!".

One of the other players said "What is it girl, did Timmy fall in the well?"

I Chase Him. I Bite Him. Bad Man. He Tasty. Good Boy. Good Boy Peach.


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Yesterday at work, a large plastic canister got caught in a jam on the conveyor belt. When someone finally pried it loose, it was launched off the conveyor onto the floor, where it then burst, spraying everyone with bleach. It was the best day ever.


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Triphoppenskip wrote:
Well at least you're all some kind of magnets, I tend to repel lol.

Can I get an amen?


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Orthos wrote:
HammerFall ► Hammerfall

My friend Heyward, about Bad Company:

"When a group has a song that's named after themselves, it's a sure sign that they suck!"

Hey man, "Minor Threat" by Minor Threat is a CLASSIC.


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Orthos wrote:

I've completely never gotten the hang of writing in first person... I do it for campaign journals when I'm playerside and it always feels awkward. One of the main reasons our group's Age of Worms journal is so out of date.

Third person omniscient is much more comfortable.

Every time you need to write in first person, just think, "what would H.P. Lovecraft do?"


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RAGE RAGE RAGE RAGE RAGE


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Cr500cricket wrote:
Kennet Luke Skie Walker is my full name. Can you see for any reason why I don't use it often?

Could be worse. My dad used to work with two guys named Chuck Steak and Dick Sprinkell.


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My friend Dylan, AKA Caught Up In A Dream just released a new track. Check it out:

Caught Up In A Dream - "West"


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Celestial Healer wrote:

I got a letter from the police.

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:

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Dire Elf wrote:

One player is running a character named Dom. He was expressing some doubts about our plans.

Player: "Okay, Doubting Domus."

Domus? As in "Romanes Eunt?"


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Splode wrote:
Deirdre "Dee" Sarini wrote:

He spent the opening sequence of the game trying to find cocaine, offering cocaine to some other characters and then trying to seduce a king's daughter the moment he met her.

I think you're in the wrong thread. The thread for Best Roleplaying/Backstory You've Ever Seen is that way!

Hey, baby, wanna tune my mandolin?


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Deirdre "Dee" Sarini wrote:

I don't know how I forgot Ca$h Daddy. That was his name and yes, you have to spell it with the dollar sign. A girl from the office I worked in started up a D&D game (one of the worst I've ever played in). We invited this guy who another guy knew and he made a Barbarian named Ca$h Daddy.

When asked by the DM to write a back story he literally wrote that he was just out for hos.

I wonder if he knows Kanye the Giant...

"Where the club at at Isildur, yo? Kanye the Giant orders Alizé."


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Speaking as someone who was a teenager when they first started loitering around these forums, and who is now pushing 30, they grow out of it. Stupid things will be done and said, but they grow out of it.


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Grey Lensman wrote:
"I am Doom. <draws sword> Yor Doom."

Certainly more impressive than Yor, Hunter From The Future, at any rate...


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Just heard someone on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." refer to Morocco as being in the Middle East. Aw, hell, they've got lots of sand there, it's practically the same place.


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Orthos wrote:
thejeff wrote:
Malachi Silverclaw wrote:

I like to fool around with the names of (traditionally nameless) mooks, instead of, say, 'mook #1'.

Bob & Weave.

Ace, Deuce & Trey.

Cough & Drop.

Meaty, Beefy, Big & Bouncy.

If anyone's got any more ideas...? : )

I use names of old pairs or groups from various media -

Mutt & Jeff
Tom & Jerry
Larry, Moe & Curly

Etc.

Blast Hardcheese.

Big McLargeHuge.
Punch Rockgroin.
Buck Plankchest.
Rip Steakface.
Gristle McThornbody.

Roll Fizzlebeef.


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Liranys wrote:

Does no one recognize the "sneak attack with a ballista" reference? lol

It's from the same bit as "I shoot magic missile. At the darkness!" and "I steal his pants."

Hey, isn't Mark supposed to be here?

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