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RPG Superstar 6 Season Dedicated Voter, 7 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 7,653 posts (12,955 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 64 aliases.


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We've got moths!

Hooray! :D


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Tensor wrote:

The Eternal Champion

Novel by Michael Moorcock (wiki)

That was the book my very first D&D game was based on. Good times.


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So for some reason people in here have been strenuously hating on my parents' professions, my home town, and my home state. What the heck? This place is so damned negative, it's not fun anymore.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm headed to GenCon. First time in my life, although I've wanted to go since 1980. I'm actually very excited, since I will be meeting up with a certain badger and possibly a dwarf. It's funny how if you make up your mind to do something and ignore the doubts that you find that the complications you were worried about seem to resolve themselves.
That they do! I think it's awesome that you are going.

Me too! Be like Nike and Just Do It. That's my motto, and I've never done anything I regret.

Nope, nothing.

That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.


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*checks the fridge for prewrapped sausages and dijon ketchup*

Awwww. :(

Geez, CH, at least sweep up the feathers.


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I think there's a repeated post filter to prevent duplicate postings. You may have run afoul of that. Change the wording more significantly.

Spoiler:

I think this was an anti-mining device. "Mine!"


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I'm surprised you're not in mourning for your tumor familiar.


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Happy birthday, Lyn! <3


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Is he really a monkey?


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Cap'n Yesterday's Winter Bliss wrote:
You never even notice if it's cold.

Baloney.


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Pan-fried mahi mahi filet on a bed of sauteed spinach and kale with garlic, all with a lime-cheese concoction broiled atop.


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But it's Denver sportsball! Though I look ghastly in orange.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:

sage:

s - as in "aisle"
a - as in "stoically"
g - as in "sign"
e - as in "hate"

This is brilliant.

+2!


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Only more quietly.


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sage:

s - as in "aisle"
a - as in "stoically"
g - as in "sign"
e - as in "hate"


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And it's Feros yet again! Dayam, dude, the Force is strong with you.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Illinois has seen increasing seismic activity in the last five to ten years.

So it's not implausible *cough*frak mining*cough*

New Madrid has been overdue for a big one for a while, which will likely affect Chicago (since the mild 1968 New Madrid event was felt there readily). There has also been increasing activity in the Wabash Valley (straight south of Chicago along the IL/IN border) which leads geologist to think it may be shaking off its dormancy.

Not sure that any of it is related to frakking. There's a little oil in southern Illinois, but not much. And absolutely zero under my family's land, naturally.


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Ayup.


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The El also goes through tunnels, so...

(Or connects with the subway, if you'd rather. It's all one system. Plus there are the underground pedways and lower street levels. So whoever was saying that is blowing it out his or her ass.)


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I am eating sushi.

That is all.


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MWAH-HA-HAAA

He's not a halfling named Dexter, is he?


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The case for optimism and goodness.


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Freehold DM wrote:
[South Park is] a real place? What?

Yup.


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Lessons from the Antitroll.

I do remember one South Park episode that was so incredibly topical and slashingly funny it took my breath away. It aired about a week after the incident in question... and darned if I can remember what that incident was.

By the way, I drive past South Park here in Colorado every week day. So glad I don't live there.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I'm all scratched and bruised with no idea why. Is "amnesic" a superhero trait?
Hmmm. You didn't get any blood transfusions from someone names Jennifer Walters, did you?
Had to look this up. She's inherently 140 but weighs 650 transformed? Where does the mass for the extra 510# come from? Does she suck in nearby matter like a black hole? Because that would be a good superpower in itself.
same extradimensional source hulk's comes from.

:|


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I'm all scratched and bruised with no idea why. Is "amnesic" a superhero trait?
Hmmm. You didn't get any blood transfusions from someone names Jennifer Walters, did you?

Had to look this up. She's inherently 140 but weighs 650 transformed? Where does the mass for the extra 510# come from? Does she suck in nearby matter like a black hole? Because that would be a good superpower in itself.


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I'm all scratched and bruised with no idea why. Is "amnesic" a superhero trait?


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
The only real downside to a desktop is that it's a desktop; you can't lug it around easily. Or sit it on your chest at night while you lie in bed watching a DVD on it or surf the Internet (slaadi are notoriously lazy when not on a heat rock).

Maybe that's why my ribs always hurt!


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havoc xiii wrote:

Laptop maybe

How's this look for the more tech savvy fawltlers?

Looks nice if you like a laptop for gaming. I prefer machines with easily-replaced components for when I beat the keyboard to death. WWWWWASDWWWWWAAADDDS!S!S!


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MWAH-HA-HAAA

Three cheers for RoboChris! Gameplay is fixed, so we don't have to move!


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spoilered for spoilering:

There to be trounced by the Broncos! Hail, Blucifer!


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"A young man, wearing pants, shoes and nothing else, got cheers from the crowd in Times Square as he rode a bicycle down Seventh Avenue, holding a selfie stick to record his ride."

I read this on the news and thought of Freehold, except this guy was wearing pants.


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I dreamed I was trying to save a mouse or baby rabbit (or something) from a hand-sized spider, but was afraid of being bitten by the spider. It was snipping the thing to pieces as I tried to rescue it.


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Stay frosty, everyone.


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Pelagic .


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MWAH-HA-HAAA

Celestial Doodlebug!


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Rosita wrote:
Seaking of hit and runs, my Dad and I have both been hit by cars while bicycling, and the drivers didn't bother to stop for either of us.

Jerks! wtf?


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
I think... it might be time to stop trying to integrate with the people of Earth, and to return to my home planet. The experiment has been a failure.
The day after the premier episode of Third Rock from the Sun, my best friend at work came in and said, "Did you see that show? That's YOU!" She was right.
which character? I love that show.
Harrry. D:
I thougt you had the whole thread blacklisted?

Hee heeeeeeeeeeeeee.


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Insurance companies raise rates over weird stuff. I had windshield nicks repaired instead of replacing the windshield. 2 $50 claims in 2 years instead of one $500 claim, and they dropped me for excessive claims. Those were my only claims in 8 years. I no longer trust them.


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Somebody hit my car in the parking lot and didn't leave a note. Their vehicle must be really jacked up because it missed the bumper and hit about one foot onto the hood proper. Now I am afraid to unlatch the hood and afraid it will pop open on the highway. I don't have money for body work and fear insurance will raise rates if I turn it in.

I hope there is a special place in hell for hit-and-run drivers.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
I think... it might be time to stop trying to integrate with the people of Earth, and to return to my home planet. The experiment has been a failure.
The day after the premier episode of Third Rock from the Sun, my best friend at work came in and said, "Did you see that show? That's YOU!" She was right.
which character? I love that show.

Harrry. D:


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David M Mallon wrote:
I think... it might be time to stop trying to integrate with the people of Earth, and to return to my home planet. The experiment has been a failure.

The day after the premier episode of Third Rock from the Sun, my best friend at work came in and said, "Did you see that show? That's YOU!" She was right.


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Female Humanish

You can hide threads, you know. That and FOCUS have saved me.


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No posts in FAWTL since my last post? How weird.


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Human, Genetically Engineered

Hestia automatically snaps gracefully to attention, salute rigid, eyes fixed on a point somewhere beyond the hull. "Sir, yes SIR," she shouts in chorus with Grace, then shuts her mouth immediately, to the relief of the galaxy.


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Celestial Healer wrote:

So, I picked up a used copy of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, and figured it would be fun to see what came before my beloved Skyrim. When I first started it, I thought, "Ugh, these graphics, this terrible voice acting, this awful dialog. I guess I'll try it a bit and then put it away."

Nope.

That game is like crack. I cannot bring myself to turn it off once I've started it. And the hilariously bad dialog and voice acting become part of the charm after a while.

You must get Morrowind, musthera.


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No No No Cat wrote:
no no no no no no no

Soooo.... cats don't like Egorian?


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I was speaking tongue in cheek. Opiates interfere with transmission of pain signals, so they do truly block the perception of pain.


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I think morphine kills pain by substituting nausea and vomiting. Besides that, it doesn't do much.


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Just binge-watched the original House of Cards, all the way through the trilogy (To Play the King, The Final Cut). Holy cow! For some reason, it makes me want to write an adventure set in Egorian. :)

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