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RPG Superstar 6 Season Dedicated Voter, 7 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 8,155 posts (13,934 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 71 aliases.


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All I know is, guys in particular have to take good care of their urinary gland.


Wound up in a good way or in a bad way?


I find it curious there's an Abbey right Downtown. Don't monks generally prefer solitude?


Female Humanish

:o


Rags has brain rust again.


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Can I get a four peg leg mount?


The pin in my finger has been out for two weeks and I've been doing PT the whole time. I didn't wear the splint at all yesterday or last night, so I decided to get brave and actually try touch-typing with that finger again! First time since May 9th!

Only... I can't. My touch typing patterns have changed, and I now use the middle and little fingers for the letters my ring finger used to hit. It's automatic and easy and I'm having a hard time forcing my ring finger to touch the keys.

So that's a change in a decades-old automatic practice in 2-1/2 months. Our habits are more plasic than I realized.


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taig wrote:
Darth Yoda wrote:

Good luck!

He'll need it.

He actually wants to teach middle schoolers.

I admit I don't fully understand. ;)

You've raised a brave, brave man. You should be proud.


Female Humanish

The lackeys appear intermittently in the books, and I expect that to happen here. They give me a way to have you hooked in to the lower classes of Westcrown, too.

If you send them to do something, I will make rolls and summarize, too. No need to RP all their offscreen stuff.


What is he teaching?


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Nope, no GenCon this year. I went once and was disappointed that the games all fill up before the convention starts. Didn't realize as a noob that you had to register for games in advance. So went to GenCon and didn't do any gaming besides Eve (the card game). :/

Got up early today for physical therapy, but the therapist is sick. Just as well, since I smacked the finger hard on the edge of the table yesterday and it's a lovely shade of purple in some spots. Derp.

Now it's off to take care of whiny dogs and get a badly needed haircut.


The first one was in the middle of an awful thunderstorm and they thought it was somebody smoking in the top floor hallway (so as not to go out into the storm). Now they think the deluge that day may have gotten into the alarm system wiring because the same alarm is tripping and there's no cigarette smoke. Besides, people can go on the outer stairway to smoke in the open air but sheltered from rain, so there's no reason to smoke inside.

Cigarettes don't trigger normal fire alarms, do they? Well, I guess they do in airplane lavatories, but those may be alarmed for smoking.

All I know is IT EARLY AND BRAYN AM NOT AWAKE.


Up at 0612 for another false fire alarm.


Geez. It's 1 a.m. and both dogs are asleep on my bedroom floor. One is howling in his sleep, the other is running and yipping in hers.

What a zoo.


With a bit of a mind flip, you're into the time slip...


Finally getting over a killer headache I had all day. Couldn't stand to wear headphones or even glasses, it hurt so much. Haven't had a headache like that in ages.


Female Humanish
Tilnar wrote:
I'll take an aristocrat -- an actual noble who taught me in the ways of court

I can build a disgraced/disowned nobleman. Knowledge(local) and knowledge(nobility) OK? Any others you want?


Rysky wrote:
I always just boiled mine in a sauce pan...

Uff da. OK, I'll admit to being a purist in some ways. You bring a kettle to the boil, then pour some boiling water into the tea pot to heat it up, returning the kettle to the flame while you swish the water around. Pour out the cooled water, put the tea in, then fill the pot with boiling water. Put the lid on, put a tea cozy on, wait a couple of minutes, then pour off an ounce or so of the tea.

Now you're ready to drink it.


You can get a refillable basket for a Keurig, but it probably won't get the same results as brewing the tea at the exact right temperature for the proper amount of time. But it's quick and easy.


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It's been a year since I've been in a dispensary, but I think Imperial green tea might be more expensive than weed here in Colorado.

Of course, it's much better than weed, so that's fair.


Can you get Teavana (my roomie's preferred brand) outside of a Teavana store?


We have a lot of tea drinkers! Excellent!


Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
Imperial Green. Expensive as hell but worth it.

Yeah, roomie has some of that. I tried it once. Tastes like green tea. Which is good, don't get me wrong!


Rysky wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Luzianne for me ^w^
Or water? Same thing.
... you drink Lipton.

Da. Put hair on chest.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Oooh...a tea-off is it?

* fetches her bag of clubs *


Rysky wrote:
Luzianne for me ^w^

Or water? Same thing.


Aranna wrote:
Yeah Lipton is nasty.

Wrong. It's mother's milk. :P


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Tea bags are easier.

I'm a caveman.


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I was looking through documents I edited in the past couple of years and found that several have been published, with my own little name as editor! And one even got a "good editing job" from Endzeitgeist. So weird seeing my name on stuff in a store.

EDIT: Nope, very good, not just good. Squeee!


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My poor roommate. She got on a tea binge a few years ago and bought a nice fancy electric kettle, several types of tea brewers/strainers, and tons of canisters of expensive tea. She enjoys and savors them all.

So when I moved in and she went to restock tea, she kept asking what kinds I liked -- monkey-picked oolong, imperial green, earl grey creme, etc. I finally whispered Liptons. Yes, tea bags. So now she's got a pantry shelf full of lovely teas and I have a box of Liptons. Her kettle has several heat settings so each tea brews at the right temperature. I crank it up all the way, drop in my tea bags, and let it steep until coffee-colored. Then I load it with sugar and cream and have it as a meal.

She tries to civilize me, she really does. But at least her fancy teas are safe (except for blackberry mojito).


Oh, geez. And the BK in Baltimore, too. What an awful day.


Rags, I hope you and yours aren't anywhere near the horror in Baton Rouge.


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DONE with editing for now! Woo-hoo! Now just some admin work, contracts, billing, shopping, gas, drive friend to airport, pick up dog to babysit, etc. Lazy Sunday.

EDIT: Oh, need to update pbps too.


They can be very nerve-wracking - much moreso than other pbps.

If you haven't already found these, Ryuko created what I believe was the original Mafia/werewolf thread on these boards with Wolves of the Weirwood and followed it up with his Murder Mystery Tour. DougFungus created the next Murder Mystery and they kind of caught on, with several variations.


I watched the original (British, naturally :D) but haven't seen the Kevin Spacey version.


I only have a week or two! o_O


Sharoth wrote:
--a huge list, most of which I haven't seen -- I am sorry that I could not come up with more.

Holy cow! Somebody watches a lot of TV! Thanks for the suggestions. :)

Sharoth wrote:
Good Luck Vampire Bite Treppa action figure!

Thanks, but it's more Gila Bite. Still, any biting is good biting.


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>_>

Anything for adults?


Patrick Curtin wrote:
..the sugar sand of Falmouth's premier beach...

o_O OM NOM.

I'm making a list of TV shows and movies to watch during the week(s?) in bed. So far, I have mostly British shows:

  • Doc Martin
  • A Place to Call Home
  • Death in Paradise
  • Downton Abbey
  • Call the Midwife
Anybody have other suggestions for series available on Netflix or Amazon Prime?


So I'm not dressed for success...


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Trying a dry run (nyuk) liquid diet today.

Breakfast: blended milk, yogurt, banana, dutch chocolate protein powder. No chunks, easy to make even half asleep, thin enough to get through straws, taking a long time to sip, filling, tasty. Success! Though I did skip the blackstrap molasses, which really should be in today's menu somewhere. Just couldn't handle them first thing in the morning.


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Beats being awake because of a toothache. :P


Yeah. I'm looking forward to six weeks of liquid diet. Average weight loss is 20 pounds... average! And it takes almost a year to be able to eat normally again. It's slooooooow in the meantime, which is supposed to be the best way to eat.


I've had funnel cakes. Kinda icky. The dough wasn't as brown and crispy as funnel cakes, and it had raspberry drizzled on it along with the powdered sugar. I look like I've been to Cocaine Fest 2016.


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Today I learned to put my shoes on before hunting, even if it looks like the zubat is right outside the door. Because another one will pop up down the road...


Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

I got released from jury duty at last.

(Yay)

Did you get to go home, or did you have to go back to work today?

I walked to the local pizza joint for lunch (caught a ponyta and pidgey and zubat and drowsee on the way) and they forgot my order. When everyone else cleared out and I was sitting alone, foodless, I asked. They apologized and hustled pizza out for me - yum - then 10 minutes later brought out a basket of fried dough! o_O Never had it before. I was full of pizza and took it back to the apartment for everyone.

Noms.

I didn't get into the jury box until after 3:00. So, no.

And... You had never had fried dough before?

Nope. Is it a thing?


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Celestial Healer wrote:

I got released from jury duty at last.

(Yay)

Did you get to go home, or did you have to go back to work today?

I walked to the local pizza joint for lunch (caught a ponyta and pidgey and zubat and drowsee on the way) and they forgot my order. When everyone else cleared out and I was sitting alone, foodless, I asked. They apologized and hustled pizza out for me - yum - then 10 minutes later brought out a basket of fried dough! o_O Never had it before. I was full of pizza and took it back to the apartment for everyone.

Noms.


Female Humanish

Glad you are still around, at least. Hurry back!


Female Humanish

Have we lost Dave and Lord Synos? D:


I blended some beef vegetable soup and froze it. Tried some just for fun.

Blended food does NOT taste the same as unblended food. The soup is good. The mush is... eeeurgh.

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