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Doesn't the Mag go through Editing????


Dragon and Dungeon Transition Discussion

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Unbeknowst even to himself, Gary Teter is well prepared for the Omega Culmination. Take note, everyone. Remember to smile when finger meets button.

Andoran

"Give me the beet boy, and free my soul,
I wanna get some of that gespacho
and drift away-hay."

More things make sense the further it goes.
Aaah...satori.


Gavgoyle wrote:


I am the walrus, Dude.

Shut the f!@$ up, Donny.


Heathansson wrote:

"Give me the beet boy, and free my soul,

I wanna get some of that gespacho
and drift away-hay."

More things make sense the further it goes.
Aaah...satori.

Your sage words ring the great underwater bell in the Sea of Cleveland Amory. You were born with the answers. Like the Merlin metaphor, you will only lose them as time passes.

I must go and hang in the Enfamilator for 3.14 hours as I'm famished for Pi.

Andoran

Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
Gavgoyle wrote:


I am the walrus, Dude.
Shut the f%~~ up, Donny.

He's a little bit rock'n'roll.


Steve Buscemi wears purple socks. The cosmos is a masterpiece of interconnected oddities. We call this weave The Freaky Spiral Quilt, and sometimes Giggidy.


"F$%^c it, dude. Let's go bowling."


Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
Steve Buscemi wears purple socks. The cosmos is a masterpiece of interconnected oddities. We call this weave The Freaky Spiral Quilt, and sometimes Giggidy.

Thy wisdom is like unto Thulsa Doom.

Andoran

Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
Steve Buscemi wears purple socks. The cosmos is a masterpiece of interconnected oddities. We call this weave The Freaky Spiral Quilt, and sometimes Giggidy.

That's a good tip.


~grins~ Editing if for WHIMPS!!! ~Runs away just as fast as I can~

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber
Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
Steve Buscemi wears purple socks. The cosmos is a masterpiece of interconnected oddities. We call this weave The Freaky Spiral Quilt, and sometimes Giggidy.

It is known that many of the Chosen of the coming Omega Culmination bear Buscemi marks... sometimes refered to as 'the Innsmouth look'. This is half of the heralding of What Is To Come. The other half is the faithful sabotaging the wood chipper industry.


Real Men just write and let the typoes fly where they will!!! (J/K on the editing part of course!)

Cheliax Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
Steve Buscemi wears purple socks. The cosmos is a masterpiece of interconnected oddities. We call this weave The Freaky Spiral Quilt, and sometimes Giggidy.

Weren't you Batman's girlfriend at some point? You sure look like it, even without the billowing fog and such...

Qadira

I'm sorry for interupting your coversation about whatever. but kikai13 told about this thread and so i read some and one thing stuck in my head like some kind of IQ lowering, brain eating leech. And I'm also sorry for not letting this stay dead. OK here goes...

Earlier in this thread I think page 1, our master editor/debate dropout gave a list of numbers 1 through 5 with five being the last...

Like this

5 he explained that five was the last number... make sense so far
4 He then explained that four was the NEXT to last...
3 next he said that three was the SECOND to last...
2 he stopped there to argue his point.
1

What i dont understand is how the NEXT to last is different than the SECOND to last.

If you have five cars in a race... the car that passes the finish line first get first place. second car gets second place. the third car couldn't possibly get second to last for if he did would he also get second to first, so instead he gets third. the fouth car would be the receiver of the title "second to last" because he is just that. and of course the fifth person to finish would get last.

And the balls thing wouldn't work because balls arent anything like magazines. he should have used easter eggs. if you have two easter eggs, (the penultimate and the ultimate) and you pick one up, you still have TWO easter eggs... one's just in your hand. (eating the candy inside would destroy said easter egg just like potions) if you eat the candy out of the easter egg in your hand you would then have just one left. so just because your holding your dragon #358 in your hand doesn't make it just cease to have a numerical value. it only becomes one less when you read it or eat the candy out of it. (but i wouldn't recommend destroying your dragon #358 when you finish reading it)

thank you and forgive me for raising this zombie from the dead. now you can cast it off to the lower layers of the abyss.

whew... i'm glad I got that off of my chest boi's

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Yep, I think I (and others) pointed out those two things at some point Kosivo.

But anyway, if we're going to be bringing up previous topics of discussion on this thread again - how about those Leather Goddesses?

...anyone?


Mothman wrote:

But anyway, if we're going to be bringing up previous topics of discussion on this thread again - how about those Leather Goddesses?

...anyone?

I don't like the Drow.

Cheliax Contributor

Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
On the wobbly moon of Karl Hungus, upon the great onyx slab, your name shall be carved in a bold font, McArtor.

I am deeply honored. I think.

:)


Mike McArtor wrote:
Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
On the wobbly moon of Karl Hungus, upon the great onyx slab, your name shall be carved in a bold font, McArtor.

I am deeply honored. I think.

:)

Run while you can, Mike. Run while you can.

Andoran

Sharoth wrote:
~grins~ Editing if for WHIMPS!!! ~Runs away just as fast as I can~

You can run, but you can't hide. (stinky butt) ;)


Mike McArtor wrote:
Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
On the wobbly moon of Karl Hungus, upon the great onyx slab, your name shall be carved in a bold font, McArtor.

I am deeply honored. I think.

:)

What's he doing here? Doesn't he realize Paizo doesn't have editors? Sheesh. Somebody forgot to read the memo.

El Skootro


el_skootro wrote:
Mike McArtor wrote:
Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
On the wobbly moon of Karl Hungus, upon the great onyx slab, your name shall be carved in a bold font, McArtor.

I am deeply honored. I think.

:)

What's he doing here? Doesn't he realize Paizo doesn't have editors? Sheesh. Somebody forgot to read the memo.

El Skootro

You do realize that you just linked us back to the first page of the very thread we're reading, right? ;)

Andoran

MaxSlasher26 wrote:
el_skootro wrote:
Mike McArtor wrote:
Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
On the wobbly moon of Karl Hungus, upon the great onyx slab, your name shall be carved in a bold font, McArtor.

I am deeply honored. I think.

:)

What's he doing here? Doesn't he realize Paizo doesn't have editors? Sheesh. Somebody forgot to read the memo.

El Skootro

You do realize that you just linked us back to the first page of the very thread we're reading, right? ;)

I think he does, and by using recursion, made infinitely more powerful the arguments of idiocy for the OP


MaxSlasher26 wrote:
You do realize that you just linked us back to the first page of the very thread we're reading, right? ;)

Uh uh uh! Does this mean we have now somehow reached 14 pages thanks to some kind of loop effect?

Wait, let me think: we have 7 balls in the bowl...


Bocklin wrote:
Uh uh uh! Does this mean we have now somehow reached 14 pages thanks to some kind of loop effect?

Actually, I believe I have created infinity pages. I win.

El Skootro

Andoran

So how many infinities is that left, two or one?


Heathansson wrote:
So how many infinities is that left, two or one?

No. It's infinity. There's only one, and I made it. I win. Can't you just let me enjoy that?

El Skootro

Andoran

Well, you made it look like there was 2 infinity's.
Let me give an example: I put my balls in a glass...
*chirp chirp chirp*
deceitful, Paugh!!!! I divorce thee!!! I divorce thee!!!
*chirp chirp chirp*

Andoran

No no, there are multiple stages of infinites, properly called alephs, but i not sure if that is spelled right

imagine you had a bowl of balls, and you could number those balls, 1,2,3,... until the penultimate ball would be infinite - 1, an infinite bowl

but imagine you had another bowl, and you had two colors of balls, and you numbered all the blue balls 1.2.3... as above, and all the un-blue balls -1,-2,-3... until the penultimate ball was numbered -infinite + 1, another infinite bowl, but with lots more balls than the other bowl, or the OP for that matter


Dragonmann wrote:

No no, there are multiple stages of infinites, properly called alephs, but i not sure if that is spelled right

imagine you had a bowl of balls, and you could number those balls, 1,2,3,... until the penultimate ball would be infinite - 1, an infinite bowl

but imagine you had another bowl, and you had two colors of balls, and you numbered all the blue balls 1.2.3... as above, and all the un-blue balls -1,-2,-3... until the penultimate ball was numbered -infinite + 1, another infinite bowl, but with lots more balls than the other bowl, or the OP for that matter

To prove you are wrong, I will cite an expert:

ELAzalin wrote:

Plus "penultimate" means next to last. If you check the cover you would see the grievous error. Read the first post about drawing out of the bowl. Then with that follow that up with critical thinking (might be very hard for the likes of you and your posse) and apply that the top of the cover "Ultimate penultimate: 2 issues left"

Would you say you would have another draw from the bowl?

I think it's clear that you've made a grievous error.

El Skootro

Andoran

What tense do you wanted to use this time.

Cheliax Contributor

Sharoth wrote:
~grins~ Editing if for WHIMPS!!! ~Runs away just as fast as I can~

SHAROTH!!!! *enters towering rage*

Hey man, I haven't seen you on CoH lately. :\ Granted, I haven't been on in more than week (omg busy!) but still... :(

el_skootro wrote:
What's he doing here? Doesn't he realize Paizo doesn't have editors? Sheesh. Somebody forgot to read the memo.

So if I'm not an editor does that mean my real title is Associate? "Hello, my name is Mike McArtor. You might remember me from such job titles as Associate, Dragon Magazine and Assistant, Dragon Magazine."

Andoran

Mike McArtor wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
~grins~ Editing if for WHIMPS!!! ~Runs away just as fast as I can~

SHAROTH!!!! *enters towering rage*

Hey man, I haven't seen you on CoH lately. :\ Granted, I haven't been on in more than week (omg busy!) but still... :(

el_skootro wrote:
What's he doing here? Doesn't he realize Paizo doesn't have editors? Sheesh. Somebody forgot to read the memo.
So if I'm not an editor does that mean my real title is Associate? "Hello, my name is Mike McArtor. You might remember me from such job titles as Associate, Dragon Magazine and Assistant, Dragon Magazine."

Wal*Mart has lots of associates, like the OP... it is his penultimate job

(wow, really stretching to stay OT)

Andoran

omg-- I was at WalMart last month, and somebody proposed marriage over the intercom.

Andoran

Heathansson wrote:
omg-- I was at WalMart last month, and somebody proposed marriage over the intercom.

did ELAzalin accept?

Andoran

Dragonmann wrote:
Heathansson wrote:
omg-- I was at WalMart last month, and somebody proposed marriage over the intercom.
did ELAzalin accept?

"BALLS..TO...THE...WALL!!!!"


Mike McArtor wrote:
So if I'm not an editor does that mean my real title is Associate? "Hello, my name is Mike McArtor. You might remember me from such job titles as Associate, Dragon Magazine and Assistant, Dragon Magazine."

Hmmm. Apparently the memo wasn't as well thought out as I remember it being. Yup, some buggy logic in that, there memo.

I'll have to have the idea boys work overtime to figure this one out.

El Skootro


el_skootro wrote:
Mike McArtor wrote:
So if I'm not an editor does that mean my real title is Associate? "Hello, my name is Mike McArtor. You might remember me from such job titles as Associate, Dragon Magazine and Assistant, Dragon Magazine."

Hmmm. Apparently the memo wasn't as well thought out as I remember it being. Yup, some buggy logic in that, there memo.

I'll have to have the idea boys work overtime to figure this one out.

El Skootro

So how long now until the universe falls in on itself?

And more importantly, after the fact, will anyone want to play Dungeons & Dragons for the next quadrillion years?

Cheliax Contributor

MaxSlasher26 wrote:
And more importantly, after the fact, will anyone want to play Dungeons & Dragons for the next quadrillion years?

Only if they get to play the penultimate edition.

Osirion RPG Superstar 2011 Top 32

Mike McArtor wrote:
MaxSlasher26 wrote:
And more importantly, after the fact, will anyone want to play Dungeons & Dragons for the next quadrillion years?
Only if they get to play the penultimate edition.

Which would still mean there are 2 editions left to go.

Or only 1 edition? 2? 1? OMG! How many editions would be left???!!!??!


Sebastian wrote:
Weren't you Batman's girlfriend at some point? You sure look like it, even without the billowing fog and such...

No. But she sounds beautiful.


Gavgoyle wrote:
Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
Steve Buscemi wears purple socks.
It is known that many of the Chosen of the coming Omega Culmination bear Buscemi marks... sometimes refered to as 'the Innsmouth look'. This is half of the heralding of What Is To Come. The other half is the faithful sabotaging the wood chipper industry.

And Donny Osmond's imaginary friend's name is Bush Emmy. Behold the Giggidy. Marvel. Every atom in the universe is both country and rock 'n roll.

Andoran

So, why Jimmy Osmond? And what did Paul Lynde have to do with any of it?


Heathansson wrote:
So, why Jimmy Osmond? And what did Paul Lynde have to do with any of it?

Paul Lynde was the gay gentleman who did the voice for Templeton the rat. His life yielded many accomplishments but never before had there been a gay rat who loved to gorge. You might find this strange, but on my world, Templeton is a metaphor for the earthly ambitions of your people.

Jimmy Osmond invested heavily in the Branson project. Of all the mormons who can sing on key, tabernacle choir included, he is the richest. If ever Julia Ormond kisses Jimmy Osmond on the face there will be a rift in the fabric of reality. From this rift, as a cosmic birth canal, will emerge the Ahriman Oblique. You do not want this. I recommend cutting off her lips or his head as soon as possible.

Andoran

Aaaah...Julia Ormond....
I'm sorry, I'm back. What were you saying?


Ours go to eleven.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber
Mr. Xyzzyggr wrote:
Behold the Giggidy. Marvel.

Wasn't Giggidy Marvel Billy Batson's uncle, or was that the tiger? And wasn't the powerful psychic worm, Mr. Mind, trying to control and later eat brains an external expression of Billy's sexual impulses...his carnal animus, if you will? And wasn't the issue where they put Mr. Mind on trial and sentenced him to death in a tiny little electric chair just a metaphor for denying those sexual urges (Thanks, Wisdom of Solomon!)? Or was it early advocacy for the use of electric genital stimulation? Mysteries abound!


Gavgoyle wrote:


Wasn't Giggidy Marvel Billy Batson's uncle, or was that the tiger? And wasn't the powerful psychic worm, Mr. Mind, trying to control and later eat brains an external expression of Billy's sexual impulses...his carnal animus, if you will? And wasn't the issue where they put Mr. Mind on trial and sentenced him to death in a tiny little electric chair just a metaphor for denying those sexual urges (Thanks, Wisdom of Solomon!)? Or was it early advocacy for the use of electric genital stimulation? Mysteries abound!

Gurus are lonely in their towers on the craggy bluff. All you must ever hear, Gavgoyle, is the wind past your spire window. Do not question its pitchy whistle or the direction of its flow... you are inside the mind of the world, there in your solitude. You have tapped into purest race memory and somehow expected to find a friend there, but the surging voltage of nigh omniscience is not conducive to residence or social play. At best you'll, once in a magenta moon, spy the flickering impermanent forms of those like you, so few in number... so frightened to see what they know.

Kirth's goes to eleven, and Heath feels a trouser tingle. All is as it should be. Be at peace.


Kirth Gersen wrote:
Ours go to eleven.

Quite exciting, this computer magic!


page 8,here we come-posted from my new iPhone

Cheliax Contributor

Vicious One wrote:
page 8,here we come-posted from my new iPhone

Is this post on page 8?

Is it? Is it?

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