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This will be a short and mostly polite rant. It's move-in for the college now and there are a lot of non locals wandering around town trying to figure out where they are going. And this year I have mostly managed to keep my cool. It's all good. But there are a couple of things that do get to me.
To the out of state cars who are slowing traffic to a crawl because you are confused by all our one-way streets: Chill. I know it seems confusing. Nobody expects you to have the city memorized. Just relax and trust your GPS. No matter how inane all those turns seem to you, that is the right way to get there. So stop trying to find a [expletive deleted] shortcut. Thank you.
To the obviously non-local pedestrians: Look, this is a very pedestrian friendly place, and we have lots of crosswalks that are well marked. So [expletive deleted] use them, you [expletive deleted] idiots. No, running out into traffic is bloody well not okay. And in a contest between car and pedestrian, you always [expletive deleted] lose. Use some [expletive deleted] common sense!
So that's about it. I'm sure we'll all get along just fine as long as we can all remember kindergarten level basic road safety. (Oh dear......we are all doomed....)


Celestial Healer wrote:
Ren Faire tomorrow!

Us too! Just, you know, in a different state. :)


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Hey, guys. I just wanted to apologize for my lack of posting. The oldest child of some old friends was killed in a car accident last week. Texting while driving they think. So it's been pretty emotional at my house. Anways, I find I'm having a hard time with some of my storylines right now because they're feeling a little too real. So I'm taking a little bit of a break to deal with real life drama before I get back to game drama. Please be patient with me. Thanks.


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Kidlet is currently playing laser tag. So glad there are other kids here so I don't have to. :)

Let them wear each other out....I don't know where it went, but I don't have that kind of energy anymore...


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Aranna wrote:
lynora wrote:

Day two of 'staycation': hopefully will go better than day one which was spent at a water park while it was crazy cold for August. And my husband ended up on the phone with work for half the time. So far he hasn't actually managed to get any time off in spite of using vacation days...

So today begins with mini golf, followed by laser tag. I'll probably win at mini golf again for the simple reason that all of the obstacles are designed with right handed players in mind and playing left handed makes the whole course easier. :)
Be grateful your man has a job... Mine just sits around playing MMOs and watching anime all day. He doesn't even clean very often relying on the pity of me or his family to help him out.

Pretty sure that I can be grateful for the job and still exasperated that they never ever let him have time off, like ever. :)

Sorry to hear that your significant other is not really wanting to participate in life at the moment. Hopefully it is not something that will go on for long.


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Day two of 'staycation': hopefully will go better than day one which was spent at a water park while it was crazy cold for August. And my husband ended up on the phone with work for half the time. So far he hasn't actually managed to get any time off in spite of using vacation days...
So today begins with mini golf, followed by laser tag. I'll probably win at mini golf again for the simple reason that all of the obstacles are designed with right handed players in mind and playing left handed makes the whole course easier. :)


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havoc xiii wrote:
What pisses me off is going to Walmart at like 11pmto2am and seeing someone with their small child. WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING WITH YOUR CHILD THIS G~* D%#N EARLY/LATE....oh looks like I've got a rant for the rant thread....

Any number of reasons from single parent working crazy hours and can't leave the baby at home alone to baby won't go back to sleep no matter what so might as well get something useful done. Not all babies are morning people. Kidlet was a night owl and when he was little I was that person you're ranting about at times. *shrug* We only had one car, I didn't have access to it during the day, and kidlet thought night time was for playing. Logistics of life with kids are never as simple as they appear before you actually have kids.


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

Sorry, still on summer break here, which means I am running around doing activities with kidlet. Not sure what everyone else's excuse is. :)
(School here doesn't start until after Labor Day. It's mandated by state law. This is also why our summer break didn't start until mid June.)


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Okay, so official verdict on Occult Adventures. I've read through all the material now and I gave myself time to think it over. I don't hate everything from this book. There are things that have some promise. But I don't actually like anything from this book either. And there are things that I think would be downright bad for this game. Psychic spells for instance. If it messes up the established canon, it's probably a terrible idea. So I'm generally placing the book off limits unless you get a special exception. If there's something from this book that you reallly, really want, let me know. I may be able to work with you. There are quite a few archetypes that are fine as is. And some classes may be modified either by story or by making tweaks to the class itself. (Psychic spells stay out of the game. Period. But I'll work with you to relace them with psionics if you have your heart set on playing a mesmerist for example. Or making alterations to the spell lists for an occultist, etc.) But a lot of it just doesn't fit in as is. And please have mercy on me by not all asking for things to be reviewed at once, thanks. :)

Magic, your kineticist has sufficient story justification to justify why they're different than a normal bender, so you have your approval.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
I'm about ready to light my copy of Dragon Age: Inquisition on fire and throw it in the f%*~ing garbage. Currently on my third attempt at starting the game. The first time, I got just past the first part of the main quest, and all of a sudden, my character's head was invisible, and no amount of resetting the game could make it go back. So I started over, and everything was running smoothly until about 4 hours in, when I discovered that my save import hadn't worked. What the f&&! is going on?
Yikes. Never ran into invisible heads...
The 360 port is absolute garbage in terms of bugs. The game was optimized for the Xbox One and PS4, and it really shows.

Yes, this. I tried three times before I got my port to work on it, only to discover that their new graphics make me motion sick so I couldn't even play the game...I have much hate for DA:I. My husband doesn't even like the game, but he played it for a while so he could tell me what the story was. I was not impressed when I found out. That game was a huge disappointment all round,


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The downside of cartoon hair: the mess. The first time I wash my hair after a touch up, it looks like someone murdered a pitcher of grape koolaid in my shower....

*adds clean bathroom to to-do list*


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Dragonborn3 wrote:

Yeah, the lazy approach paizo took is baffling...

My faith in the company is sorely shaken from this and other horrid things.

Wish I could disagree. :(


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

The naming conventions alone are killing me here. I can already see the endless moments of confusion ahead.... Which kineticist are we talking about here? Wait, did you mean the psionic power or the psychic spell? Because they do very different things....
*hits head on wall*


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MisterLurch wrote:
What do you find so objectionable about the sorcerer bloodlines. They are kinda silly, but they don't seem so bad to ban them.

The same problem I'm running into with a lot of this material. Conflict with already existing classes and story. Remember how much psionics we have in this game. (Hint: it's a lot.) Stuff that mimics psionics doesn't sit well with me as far as this game is concerned. Too much mess, too much work, too many crushed toes.

I'm not done with my review yet and I'm not yet making any binding pronouncements, but I am leaning against on several things so far.


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lynora wrote:
Dragonborn3 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Is the occult adventures stuff on the pfsrd yet? If so I will gladly read over any classes folks want to have considered. I just want to make sure I like the stuff before I buy the book so I have to either read it online or wait for the comic store to get a copy in I can look through. bookshelf space is limited so I'm really picky about what I get a physical copy of.

They are now.

Burn is awful, but easy to work around.

Thanks for the link. I'm gonna try and review all those over the weekend. Should have definite answers for folks by Monday. :)

So far so bad. Trying to keep an open mind here....really hating it so far. Like really hating it. To be fair, most of the archetypes are okay. Not great, but not objectionable. Couple are, and the sorcerer bloodlines are just no.

I'm gonna keep reading and try to see if there are things I'm comfortable including, but so far haven't found much to like. I keep having to remind myself that it's better to err on the side of inclusiveness. I'm having trouble convincing me so far. -.-


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Dragonborn3 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Is the occult adventures stuff on the pfsrd yet? If so I will gladly read over any classes folks want to have considered. I just want to make sure I like the stuff before I buy the book so I have to either read it online or wait for the comic store to get a copy in I can look through. bookshelf space is limited so I'm really picky about what I get a physical copy of.

They are now.

Burn is awful, but easy to work around.

Thanks for the link. I'm gonna try and review all those over the weekend. Should have definite answers for folks by Monday. :)


Aranna wrote:

My hair is light brown and looks great with blonde highlights... but I have never dared actually dye the color to something else. I have always wanted to. But wasn't allowed when I was younger and now that I am older and can probably get away with it I find myself worried about how bad my roots would look a few days after a dye job. So I still don't...

Edit: If I did I would totally go blonde. No weird colors like purple, pink, or blue. I do have a respectable job.

If you have light hair to begin with, you won't notice much problem with roots if you dye your hair blonde. I have dark honey blonde/light auburn (depends on the time of year and how much I've been out in the sun) mixed with white hair and when I went platinum blonde for a while you couldn't really notice the roots at all until usually a few days before my next hair appointment. Headbands do wonders for camouflaging them anyways. Just for the love of your hair, go see a good colorist. Don't try to do it yourself. Too many years of that is why I went blonde in the first place and it took more than a year to finish stripping all the years worth of home hair color off my hair. (Also, FYI, dying light hair dark gets you much worse looking roots than just about anything else. Black hair with bonde roots is not a good look. :P)


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Back on topic, got my hair touched up today. I always love the first couple of days after I get my hair done as it's the only time it ever gets perfectly straight. First time I wash it it's back to the curls again, but for now it's so straight and shiny that it actually swishes when it moves instead of sproings. ;P

(Okay, it was kinda on topic. I mean, at least it was about hair.)


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

My wife is older than me, and looks younger. She hasn't had a single grey hair pop up.

Mind you, since I shaved and cut my hair, I have been told I look like I dropped about 8 years. So there's that. If I take my glasses off it's ridiculous.

I still get carded on those ultra-mega-crazy rare cases where I buy something age restricted.

Okay, this reminds me of a small tangent (but sorta related): why do so many women not like telling their age? Or worse yet, lie and say they're younger than they are? I'd rather be 40 and look 30 and have people be like "NO WAY!" than be 40, say I'm 30, and have people raise an eyebrow at me like "Uh huh, sure you are..."

Let me know if you ever figure it out. It's a mystery to me too, and I am a girl. I like to celebrate the entirety of the time I've managed to escape death so far. No downgrading the scope of the accomplishment. :P


Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

I think I found a grey/white hair once.

I'm 22.

I didn't find another one though so maybe it was a fluke.

Shee-it, mine started turning grey when I was in high school.
Yeah, that happened to my cousins too. I was able to hide white hairs until my early twenties thanks to having light hair to begin with. And this is what dye is for. Now I can have cartoon character hair! Yay! :D
this only makes you incredibly attractiver.

Flattery is always appreciated. :)


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

Is the occult adventures stuff on the pfsrd yet? If so I will gladly read over any classes folks want to have considered. I just want to make sure I like the stuff before I buy the book so I have to either read it online or wait for the comic store to get a copy in I can look through. bookshelf space is limited so I'm really picky about what I get a physical copy of.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Aniuś the Talewise wrote:

I think I found a grey/white hair once.

I'm 22.

I didn't find another one though so maybe it was a fluke.

Shee-it, mine started turning grey when I was in high school.

Yeah, that happened to my cousins too. I was able to hide white hairs until my early twenties thanks to having light hair to begin with. And this is what dye is for. Now I can have cartoon character hair! Yay! :D


David M Mallon wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
30 is actually cool. You don't physically fall apart, you are pretty steady fiscally (for most people)...
Real hilarious...

FWIW, I have found my thirties to be much better than my twenties were and it isn't because the events were any better. I had some real traumatic stuff happen in the last eight years. It's just that this is the age when many people look around and have the astounding and very freeing revelation that nobody else has their s&@$ together either so you can just stop worrying about it. :)


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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
pH unbalanced wrote:

So like he is In the "Day at the Beach" OotS wallpaper that I have as my desktop, where Thor is up on a cloud in one corner, grilling meat on a barbecue, and drinking a beer? Such a stolid god, then.

(My favorite part of that picture, though, is the flumphs playing frisbee.)

it's fun to imagine him with the personality of a burly 6 foot tall overgrown child with a beard.

Which is of course hyperbole, but with his triggerhappy nature and his prone to tantrums he encroaches on that territory sometimes.

Still, he's a great god. I love him.

That description is less than endearing. :/

Nothing against Thor. I always enjoyed reading about all the Norse gods. But having grown up with a parent who was prone to epic, terrifying tantrums....it's not charming up close. Especially from someone in a position of authority. Even just reading about that kind of behavior in stories can be really hard sometimes.


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Dragonborn3 wrote:
Kinetecist is probably the best thing in the entire book, honestly. What do you mean by fixed? I sincerely doubt they'll make burn not the worst mechanic ever.

I think he's referring to the fact that I wouldn't even look at the playtests version. We have a policy against using playtests in this game. Too much drama. :)


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*waves hello*

Not dead yet! In spite of last week's flu from hell. Well, it wasn't really that bad. Just the perfect storm of bad luck with how my health problems were interacting with each other and how sickness can mess up certain medications. Like the ones that regulate my blood sugar and treat my depression. You know, the important things.

And this week I should be hanging out at home and recovering, especially since the apartment complex is repaving the parking lots so I have to park my car several blocks away......instead it has somehow turned into the week of involuntary errands. >.<

But it's not all bad. The kidlet has been really good and helpful this past week, which is why I rewarded him with an afternoon at the pool today. :)

Anyways, hoping to get back up to speed soon. Somehow. If only I didn't need to sleep....


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♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:
Once the kineticist is fixed and on PFSRD, I'm using it for a character. It fits better than bending with the sort of effortless style it has and lack of monk class features he would never use.

Provided it passes approval. Which is probable, but not definite as I haven't seen it at all. I do have issues with the name since there's already a kineticist in the psionics book, but that's more general frustration with unnecessary confusion than anything else. I'll give it a fair chance before I pass judgement. But I also have concerns with some of the newer paizo splat books not meshing well with existing game dynamics, (which is why we don't do mythic for example) so new stuff is subject to review. And I've already told you I'll work with you on this one and we can pick and choose stuff for you if the class doesn't work as a whole.


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

Sorry for my continued silence. I haven't been feeling well. Just wanted to let you know so you wouldn't worry.


On myself I have to go with long hair. I need the weight to pull down the curls or it ends up looking like a clown wig. At least when it's long I can call it beachy waves, which sounds oh so much better than unmanageable frizz. :P
I spend a lot of time with the straightening iron. If that thing ever breaks I am so screwed.

On other people I really couldn't care less. Whatever floats your boat.


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Monkeygod wrote:

Hey Ice, very important:

Please keep a very close eye on yourself. If in the next couple of days anything starts to feel sore or hurt, go to the ER and get checked out.

When I was in my very bad car accident with my mom, I wasn't in any pain at first, hyped up as I was on adrenaline. It wasn't for a good day or so that I started to have back pain. My muscles have been sore and in pain ever since, and this was back in 97.

That was the same year I was in a major car wreck. I wasn't driving at the time, but basically a bus ran a red light and we smashed straight into the side at 40mph. Miraculously, we walked away without a scratch. But a day or so later my neck started hurting. Much the same idea. I hadn't been able to feel the pain through the adrenaline.Thankfully a few weeks of regular chiropractor appointments got that sorted out. That's downright appalling that you're still in pain 18 years later. :(


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

Well, as long as everyone's okay, that's the important part. I know that the after stuff with filing an accident report and such utterly sucks. And coming down off that adrenaline rush...not fun at all. But yeah. It's going to be okay.


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icehawk333 wrote:

Just got in a car wreck.

Hate myself all the more.

1. Are you okay?

2. Is the other person/thing/car okay? Is your car okay? I'm assuming you were driving?
3. I don't know many people who haven't had a car accident at some point in their lives. As bad as it is right now, you're going to get through this,


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Sigh. This is what happens when the site is down for maintenance during the only time of the day when I have time to sit down and post so I end up posting late at night instead. :/
Well, it's not like Dave stayed long enough to actually effect the actions as stated. Just assume that he pops in and pops out in between the part where the Headmster flinched and the part where he stood up from his desk and cleared his office.


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Dragonborn3 wrote:
lynora wrote:
DB3, do you want me to GMPC Ryo for a bit? Totally okay either way, but if you need more time I'm glad to step in so things can move along in the meantime.
Yes, thank you. Things are a weird mix of not busy and be ready for busy since my friend got back from her surgery in Indy.

No problem. I hope your friend's recovery is swift and uneventful. :)


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GM Fireclaw wrote:
lynora wrote:

So I've been having a less than fun few days. First I injured my back, and then I got the stomach flu. Blech.

I'm a substantial way through SAO now. So I guess that's the silver lining. ;P

Anyhow, I'm trying to get back into the swing of things here.

I'm not sure if it's on american netflix, but I'd also recommend Samurai Flamenco for the sheer ridiculousness factor. Kinda feels like it's made by the same people that did Devil is a Part Timer.

I'll look for that one. Devil is a Part Timer is one of my favorites, so if it's in that vein I would probably like it. :)


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

DB3, do you want me to GMPC Ryo for a bit? Totally okay either way, but if you need more time I'm glad to step in so things can move along in the meantime.


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

So I've been having a less than fun few days. First I injured my back, and then I got the stomach flu. Blech.

I'm a substantial way through SAO now. So I guess that's the silver lining. ;P

Anyhow, I'm trying to get back into the swing of things here.


Yuugasa wrote:
So there is a possibility that my other eye might go kaput soon as well so before the possible blindness sets in I've decided to play Skyrim again, last time I played it on ps3 with no expansions but now I'm playing it on steam with the full suite, any recommendations for mods to the game for an even funner experience?

Very sorry to hear that your eyes might get worse. :(

Kidlet says that Hearthfire, dragonborn, and dawn guard are all good. I wouldn't know since Skyrim makes me motion sick, but he's played enough hours of it that I figure he knows what he's talking about. :)


Honestly, just keep doing what you're doing. If everybody's having fun, then you're doing it right.
If you want them to act in character more just keep providing lots of background to interact with. And if they nibble at something, run with it. If interacting leads to better story and more fun, they'll do more of it. Positive reinforcement is the best.


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Dragonborn3 wrote:
It would probably help if I checked my email as often as I did a couple years ago. I think I just burned out a bit, guys.

No problem. I'm glad you're okay. :)

Just try to remember to let me know you're alive and okay when you need a break. I totally understand if you need some you time, but I worry if I don't hear from you at all. :)


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Lord Foul II wrote:

Doesn't he have an assistant now

(The headmaster, not DB3)

Yeah, there's a secretary. But at least a couple of these problems do require the Headmaster's attention. Still, enrolling new folks could be sent on to the secretary to handle. We'll see how things go, I guess.


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So not really sure where DB3 is. I tried emailing him, but if he's having computer troubles that wouldn't do much good. If any of y'all are friends with him on facebook, I suggest checking in to see if all is well. Otherwise all we can do is wait. And if it is computer troubles, well, no telling how long that can take. I'll give it a few more days and then I'll go ahead and GMPC some of the key scenes to let stuff move on.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
lynora wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Do you buy your za'atar as a blend or make it yourself?

I'm thinking of getting skin-on chicken pieces (or a whole butterflied chicken), mixing za'atar with cold butter, and stuffing the spice mixture under the skin. Then dust outside of skin and roast. Maybe make some roasted chickpea salad to serve with it.

I buy it as a blend. Normally I'm all about mixing things myself, but sometimes you just gotta go with the premixed. Za'atar and garam masala are two things that I always just buy the mix. :)

It helps that unlike more regionally conventional mixes those aren't stretched out with ingredients that can make me very sick. I've had to learn to make taco seasoning, jerk seasoning, and so on for myself because they often have wheat flour in them.

Anyways, your idea should taste good. It's more work than what I do, but I am a notoriously lazy cook. :)

Ah. I compared several za'atar recipes and it seems pretty simple. The most complicated thing is a spice grinder to whiz it up, and I can just use my old coffee grinder that I used twice before deciding freshly ground beans before every pot was too much work. I'm not sure my supermarket carries the za'atar mix, so if they don't, I have the list of spices to make it.

I'm not sure who I got the idea for the butter + spices + herbs under-the-chicken-skin-trick, but it works well for seasoning the chicken meat and helping keep it moist.

Haven't ate lunch yet, but today's dinner is an alpha test of Chaotic Chicken & Rice in the slow cooker. (It started off as a downsized recipe for chicken & 40 cloves of garlic, but then I started added Mediterranean spices to it.) Roasted chickpea salad will have to wait until...

It's the sumac I can't get. None of the groceries around here carry it. *shrug*

That chickpea salad sounds delicious though. Will have to make that soon. :)


Today I will use leftover taco meat in a salad for lunch. This is kind of a theme here. Leftovers are for lunches. :)


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
lynora wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Leftover za'atar chicken, snap peas, and raspberries.
that sounds magical. Is it magical?
Well, it's not exactly magical, but it's really great to make on nights you don't really want to cook. Za'atar is a spice blend. You can usually find it in middle eastern groceries. Or Whole Foods. Za'atar chicken is a staple at my house. Put a bunch of chicken legs in a baking pan. Drizzle olive oil over them. Sprinkle generously with sea salt. Then I add the za'atar by the handful, thickly coating the chicken with a spice crust. Bake at 350 for an hour while you go do other things that aren't cooking, I generally serve with salad or some other vegetable that doesn't take prep since the whole point for me is to spend as little time cooking as possible. :)

Do you buy your za'atar as a blend or make it yourself?

I'm thinking of getting skin-on chicken pieces (or a whole butterflied chicken), mixing za'atar with cold butter, and stuffing the spice mixture under the skin. Then dust outside of skin and roast. Maybe make some roasted chickpea salad to serve with it.

I buy it as a blend. Normally I'm all about mixing things myself, but sometimes you just gotta go with the premixed. Za'atar and garam masala are two things that I always just buy the mix. :)

It helps that unlike more regionally conventional mixes those aren't stretched out with ingredients that can make me very sick. I've had to learn to make taco seasoning, jerk seasoning, and so on for myself because they often have wheat flour in them.

Anyways, your idea should taste good. It's more work than what I do, but I am a notoriously lazy cook. :)


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I should really get up and go clean the kitchen. It's taco Tuesday after all and the kidlet looks so forward to that.
But the cat just keeps purring and it's so hard to get up......


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Also I think my cat has mastered the sleep spell. Every time I wake up from a nap I hadn't meant to take there she is curled up against my back and purring....


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After a 48 hour migraine over the weekend with back pain that never let up even after the headache eased, I dragged myself to the chiropractor yesterday.
Today I can't stay awake for more than a half hour at a time. I think this is probably a good sign that my back is finally starting to heal. Wish I knew what triggered that whole episode so I could avoid it in future. :)


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captain yesterday wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
For my not-even-any-notes-yet pre-apocalyptic setting, I'm thinking of having cities of decadent, rakshasa-worshiping/ruled jungle elves.
I had an Island ruled over by an Elephant headed Rakshasa and his degenerate family:-D

Sounds like a fun place to visit. :)


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Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Leftover za'atar chicken, snap peas, and raspberries.
that sounds magical. Is it magical?

Well, it's not exactly magical, but it's really great to make on nights you don't really want to cook. Za'atar is a spice blend. You can usually find it in middle eastern groceries. Or Whole Foods. Za'atar chicken is a staple at my house. Put a bunch of chicken legs in a baking pan. Drizzle olive oil over them. Sprinkle generously with sea salt. Then I add the za'atar by the handful, thickly coating the chicken with a spice crust. Bake at 350 for an hour while you go do other things that aren't cooking, I generally serve with salad or some other vegetable that doesn't take prep since the whole point for me is to spend as little time cooking as possible. :)

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