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RPG Superstar 6 Season Dedicated Voter, 7 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 8,450 posts (14,607 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 75 aliases.


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Surely rubits don't eat brownies.


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I drove through a fried fish stand on the way home from work and managed to eat all of the fish (not the crispy breading) and a few soft french fries. The doggies got the breading and hush puppies (which were like rocks) and the bulk of the fries. I got a sore jaw, but it was worth it. OM NOM.

Probably a stupid thing to do, but you don't really need to chew fish, and real food was nice.


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I'm on the high plains, but the mountains are an hour away. And I plan to get snow tires this winter so I can drive in all but the worst weather, even in the mountains.

C'mon down. Up. Over. Whatever.


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It's crazy windy here today, with snow in the mountains. YEAH!


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Sharoth wrote:
My Baby Mama Kitty Cat is going to live. The vet called me and said that she was not diabetic and her kidneys are coming back. She was looking at kidney failure due to the infection, but they seem to be doing better due to the antibiotics and them rehydrating her. ~sighs~ Another day or two and we would have lost her. As it is, she will probably be loosing a few teeth due to me not realizing that she was that sick.

Don't blame yourself. Animals in the wild don't want anything else to know they are sick, because then they're vulnerable. They have gotten very good at covering when they don't feel good, and that has passed through to our domesticated buddies.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Umm. Treppa's punctuation table-flip is awesome.

ლ(ಠ_ಠლ) Y U NO ASCII


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OK, so I'm housesitting this week and away from my home PC, so don't have my tools to update a couple of pbps. I was on a courier run right past the apartment, so I stopped in to update pbps.

Windows 10 is installing updates. Please do not turn off your PC.

Mkay, I'll grab a bite to drink while I wait.

*reboot*
Windows 10 is configuring updates. Please do not turn off your PC. Your PC may restart several times.

This may take a while.

Waaaal, sheeeeeeeit. I decide to do the hour-long drive and stop back. It's 4% complete when I leave. It's 59% complete when I return. And it stays there.

I look it up under update problems. "You should wait. Ours was stuck at 75% for over two hours, then took off."

(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻)

So I left it and didn't get pbps updated. I'll text my roommate tonight and have her check. If it's still stuck, she'll have to turn it off and there's a many step fix process I will need to do.


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Happy autumn!


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I gave up and got up to work. 10 minutes later, she followed me into the office and is now lying on the bed in here, snoring while I work.

It's a dog's life.


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We are a snarky people.


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lucky7 wrote:
Treppa wrote:

Soon the East Coast will have a new superhero...

...Flounder Man!

Motto: Even worse than Aquaman!

...I like Aquaman...

I like him when Jason Momoa portrays him. Rawr.

♪♫ Under the sea, under the sea. Darling it's better down where it's wetter, take it from me. ♫♪


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:

Soon the East Coast will have a new superhero...

...Flounder Man!

Motto: Even worse than Aquaman!

Will his eyes shift so that they are both on the same side of his face?

That's his only superpower!


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Soon the East Coast will have a new superhero...

...Flounder Man!

Motto: Even worse than Aquaman!


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I hope all our New Yorkers were clear of Chelsea last night.

Sneak attacks: not so cool in real life.


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UnArcaneElection wrote:
Started approximately 1978, for a couple of weeks on Basic D&D (didn't see the box but the booklet was blue), then our DM transitioned us over to AD&D. So I definitely qualify.

Change 1978 to late 1977 and this is me. Guess I'm a grognard, too.

I did take a loooong hiatus as gaming was seriously frowned upon by my young adult/adult friends, not to mention my family. Got back into it about a decade ago and it was like being reborn. Started back in 3.0 and swiftly moved to 3.5, then PF when it came out. Sadly, I missed the joy that was 2nd edition. :)


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The newer the car, the less willing I am to do my own repairs. I've replaced master brake cylinders and belts and alternators on older cars, but wouldn't even try it now. Heck, I had trouble replacing a brake light bulb on my Focus. The thing seemed designed to thwart replacement.


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Did you get any food from the good-smelling catering?


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The numb parts of my face are waking up and announcing the fact with crawling sensations, zings, flutters, and holy s*#& stabbing pain!

It's a good thing.


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Tater tots in the oven. Hoping they are mushy enough I can manage 'em. If not, the dog is going to be very happy.


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UnArcaneElection wrote:
Could be worse -- a while ago, I was trying to talk about a Halfling debuffing Witch, and my phone kept trying to change this into Half lingerie debugging Witch

Welp, I've got my next character.


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That is way cool. You should go with them on the Nautilus.


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Professor Binns teaching History of Magic! I loved that the guy was so boring that he didn't notice he was dead and kept on teaching as a ghost.


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She didn't have any rope...

What? It makes perfect sense. Besides, he's a gnome.

EDIT: Surely there's been a faculty member you wanted to glue to the floor at some point in your academic or university working career.


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lucky7 wrote:
Gwyneth Paltrow's head!

I have consciously uncoupled from Gwyneth Paltrow goop.

Hannibal Lecter wrote:
College freshmen?

Too green.

Hendrek wrote:
Doom.

My blender is singing.

ODD wrote:
Triangles.

Piquant yet obtuse. Angles got stuck in my teeth.

Gaius Claudius Urbanus wrote:
Larks' tongues. Wrens' livers. Chaffinch brains. Jaguars' earlobes. Wolf nipple chips. Dromedary pretzels. Tuscany-fried bats. Ocelot spleens.

Thou thinkest I hath a fortune? Think thee again, sirrah.


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I hunger. What should I huck into the blender tonight?


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F Elf Alchemist 4 {Init +3; Perception +8 (llv); HP 25/35}

"Bind him...?" Sylvia ponders a moment, having no manacles or rope, then springs into action. "Science to the rescue!"

Pulling a vial from her bandolier, she rolls Hinzackle onto his face, smears his back with goo from the vial, then rolls him onto his back on the stone floor.

Using alchemical glue to glue Hinzackle to the floor, being certain his hands are glued flat to the stone so he can't pull anything.

Rising, she surveys the immobilized faculty member with satisfaction. "I always wanted to do that. How's Professor Laveness?"

She kneels again next to the mad professor and systematically rifles his pockets, satchels, pouches, and anywhere else alchemical items, money, or other loot might be stashed.

Anywhere. Else.


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Human ranger 2; Init +4; Per +6; AC 17/t 13/ff 14; Fort +5, Ref +7, Will +4; 27/31 hp

"You need to strip off and put on something warm and dry right now, Gaelen," Alikai recommends altruistically and not at all enthusiastically, "You have a change of clothing, right? I brought blackfire clay. You can knead a piece after you've changed and carry it with you, tucked inside your clothing. It will help you shake the chill. Does anyone have a tent he can change in, to keep the cold off?"


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He ain't pretty no more.


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Freehold DM wrote:

In a hilariously related segue, I went to my second work orgy last night!

It was not as much fun as the first.

I may regret asking, but gotta know...

Why not?


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Junkie-monkey wrestling is a thing?

Just woke up and am not in pain. Afraid to move.


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Somebody being nice on the Internet?

Definitely a trap.


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Squooshing up lunch now: Greek yogurt, a banana, 1/8 c peanut butter, 1/8 c brown sugar.

For tan goo, it is surprisingly tasty.


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Yeah, Freehold. Howcome you never bike?

TAKE ALL THE PAINKILLERS!!!


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Aimless wrote:
Treppa, how is the Soylent thing working out asides from the dreadfully long backorder? I've been curious about it as I find it rather appealing to simplify the domicile's foodstuffs once we eat out the ridiculous backlog of stores in the freezers.

I quite like it. It tastes like thin pancake batter, but taste isn't the point. One packet of Soylent for $7 each day is quick to make and quick to drink. I feel full and healthy and the calories and nutrition are all done for me. A pitcher will last unspoiled for 2-3 days, so if you only want it for, say, breakfast and lunch and to eat a normal dinner, you can use the pitcher over 2 days. Or you can mix up individual meals one at a time with The Scoop.

It's easy. I'm lazy. We're the perfect couple.


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I want to write something funny and touching and meaningful, but all my brain and heart can come up with is NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!


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Yeah, there are plenty of protein drinks around, but they all taste like fruity or ice creamy shakes, and I really don't like that much sweet all day every day. I'll take a look at the less sweet Ensure and a client showed me an "instant meal powder" that looks a lot like Soylent.

I'd rather have something bland and tasteless to chug than a bunch of sickening milkshakes. Bluh.

I'm sweet enough as is.


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Melancholy day. Much as I love football, it seems wrong they have scheduled games for today.


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Shiny does art.


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Schools can often get super-low priced professional software for students. I've been amazed at the deals schools get over corporations. If you can get hooked up with that, I urge you to take advantage.


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No cancer. Infection, but no cancer. Back on antibiotics and pain pills.

*sigh*


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What car would you recommend for winter mountain driving?


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:

Imagine an archmage who just travels from town to town, offering farmers small fortunes in exchange for their cows. Slowly cornering the cow market, crafting infinite demiplanes for them to roam and be milked.

This should be the next Pathfinder AP.

Stop making me laugh. Ow, the back of my face!


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Drejk wrote:
I should probably open my laptop and clean it inside... *sigh*

You should take it to Geek Squad. I hear good things.


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F Elf Alchemist 4 {Init +3; Perception +8 (llv); HP 25/35}

"Criminy, people, move! Extinguish that elf! Staunch the gnome! Rouse the other elf! Do I have to do everything?" Skirting the messy Speaker on the floor, Sylvia grabs more water to extinguish Caladrel. "We're running out of emergency carboys."


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Celestial Healer wrote:
I hope you found your spider, Treppa. I think one bit me while camping. I thought it was a mosquito bite at first but mosquito bites don't usually look so angry.

I sent it to find you, fearing you might be lost. It was not supposed to bite you.

Spiders are often falsely accused. Because of the eyes and, y'know, fangs.

*makes fangy motions with hands*


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yesterday:
It was... mashed potatoes!


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Breakfast: Soylent, yogurt shot, & coffee
Lunch: butternut squash soup, tuna salad paste, macaroni salad

What new adventure will dinner bring? Cream of Wheat? Mashed potatoes and pureed broccoli? Tune in tonight and find out, on... As the Treppa Heals.

♪♫♫♪♪♂♫


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I should take pictures.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Treppa wrote:
I did not know this place had so many spiders.
Are you sure they're not drug-induced hallucinations?

Honestly, no.


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Sickbed is a lot less comfy now I know there's a palm-sized spider somewhere in here.

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