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Nope, the whole thing is solid as a rock. Everything's just in varying degrees of off-kilter-ness.
Whoever built the house that I just spent five days working on is an idiot, or possibly allergic to straight lines. After ripping out two walls and putting up some new drywall, I noticed that all of my work looked crooked. After some close examination, I realized that, in fact, my work was the only thing straight about the whole damn basement. I had to re-do half the patch job so that it matched the crookedness of everything else. Also, I noticed that the baseboard molding in most of the house was only nailed up on the ends. F+++ing amateurs.
In Gowan Ring - "The Wind That Cracks The Leaves"
Doomed Hero wrote:
I... I want to make this character. I need to play this character. Yeah.
Freehold DM wrote:
Want to play a decker? Cool, everyone else will have so much fun as the game grinds to a screeching halt for two hours every time you need to hack a computer.
So much nope.
Mike Franke wrote:
This pretty much sums up my feelings on the matter. Character motivations trump alignment, as was evidenced in my glorious clusterf$@! of an Age of Worms campaign (which had the two core members of the party, a CN rogue and a CG bard, teaming up with a LE sorcerer, a werewolf, a lich, and an evil black dragon to save the world).
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I used to work at a Papa John's Pizza right next to Syracuse University. The neighborhood had a lot of students from overseas, particularly India and Pakistan, and we noticed that a lot of them would always order the same pizza, which we (somewhat insensitively) dubbed the New Delhi Special. At first, the ingredients didn't seem to make any sense, but then we tried it and realized that some god among men had figured out how to make s%~@ty Papa John's pizzas taste like damned good Indian curry. Now, any time I eat there, I order it, and then enjoy the look of surprise on the delivery driver's face when he finds out I'm a white guy.
The New Delhi Special:
No joke, it's f~@$ing delicious.