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Gah. Made a spelling error in company name. Not good. But better here than in application.


Naked errors? I wonder if I ever done that before.

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Drejk wrote:
Naked errors? I wonder if I ever done that before.

That's the type of thing you don't tell people. Men are supposed to brag about their prowess, no matter what the truth may be ;)


Celestial Healer wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Naked errors? I wonder if I ever done that before.
That's the type of thing you don't tell people. Men are supposed to brag about their prowess, no matter what the truth may be ;)

Errors, not failures.

Naked error would be sleeping with person you should not. Not sleeping with someone you should, on the other hand, would rarely be a naked error. Unless something really weird happened.

Marathon Voter 2013

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taig wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim, I met you at PaizoCon, right?
I imagine you did (Tom Riner is his name).

Nifty. I saw that he's using one of the archetypes I've written :)


Off to post office before they close.

Shadow Lodge Star Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Cheapy wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim, I met you at PaizoCon, right?

yes you did at the Thursday night meet and greet.

Shadow Lodge Star Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Cheapy wrote:
taig wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim, I met you at PaizoCon, right?
I imagine you did (Tom Riner is his name).
Nifty. I saw that he's using one of the archetypes I've written :)

I love that archetype. I've been meaning to write a review but work has been kicking my butt lately.

Shadow Lodge Star Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

I really hope it works out for you, Drejk!

A good friend here in Houston brought a buddy into town from Las Vegas for a job. He's just gotten a lease and a car...and they called everyone in for a mandatory meeting (those are never good): they almost closed my friend's entire plant down (he's head of operations), but they opted instead to only shut half of it down. My friend's freind who just entered all those commitments got let go.

::sigh::

it really sucks. My friend has twins on the way, and his wife is on doctor mandated bed rest, so the though of him losing his position was especially scary! :(

The market's relatively strong in Houston, though, isn't it? I hope he finds something else soon. If he does, the lease and car won't have been in vain.

it is extremely hot. Especially for engineering, purchasing, and project management. All related to oil and gas.

Sovereign Court

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He's an electrician. The company is trying to place people let go in other plants they own, but there's no current opening for an electrician.

I'm hoping he'll find something quickly, though.

when I was looking to switch jobs this May, I found my new position, with a nice raise in it for me, in 4 business days. O.O

If you're in the right fields, the job market is indeed good here.

Marathon Voter 2013

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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim, I met you at PaizoCon, right?
yes you did at the Thursday night meet and greet.

Ah hah!!! I knew I remembered your name. I think the only one I fully remembered, actually.

Sovereign Court

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Cheapy wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim, I met you at PaizoCon, right?
yes you did at the Thursday night meet and greet.
Ah hah!!! I knew I remembered your name. I think the only one I fully remembered, actually.

My real name is very confusing, long, and difficult to remember.


As opposed to your nickname? :P


Back from post office.

I went to the closest one and discovered that since the last time I were there, they changed the work hours and now close at 19, instead of 20... Wondering if this general change or specific to that post office I went to another one, a few streets away. It was still open.

Star Voter 2013

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They have been closing branches of the post office in my area, to cut costs.

My local mail actually gets routed through Texas (Dallas I think) before it gets delivered. Across town. In Lafayette Louisiana.

And this is cutting expenses HOW?!? ;P

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

Yeah they closed one out here too, but I don't think it caused our mail to get the runaround, as far as I know.

I don't really get that much mail anyway. Just usually my check statement from work every 2 weeks and the occasional complaint from the loan company wanting more money =)


...now where am I? Wait, this isn't the palace!

Can't those morons get even one Teleportation spell done right?!


They asked me for directions...

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^^This alias always makes me laugh.

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Gas rationing. As far as I'm concerned, it's long overdue.


Peas are a bit undercooked but I am hungry and it is late.

Marathon Voter 2013

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aeglos wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim, I met you at PaizoCon, right?
have we met, Cheapy?

I don't think so. I met Aberzombie though.

Him saying "nekkid <X>" will never be the same.

Silver Crusade Star Voter 2013

This thread is slow. 2 posts in the last six hours?


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Every time I use the squeeze theorem I want a hug.


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So I accidentally petrified and shattered a small village's god figure.

Oops.


Are you a medusa? Because I couldn't imagine anything else capable of accidentally petrifying someone.


My magic does strange things sometimes. I've stopped questioning it.


It's beautiful chaos!


Elegy Medvyed wrote:

So I accidentally petrified and shattered a small village's god figure.

Oops.

Was it named Jayne by any chance?

*watches FHDM tick*


To better explain, Elegy here is a spellscar oracle, and our group uses critical hit/fumble decks. And since we're flavoring the nature of her powers as being feytouched, the absolutely insane results of a crit are perfectly in character.


So, you're one of those "blessed" ones then?

And no, I'm not going to envy your weird powers.

My magic is far superior to yours, that I can assure you.

I'm sorry, my character's a just a bit arrogant, especially when it comes to casters. XD


Oh, I doubt it not. You chose yours, after all. I happened to be chosen, so perhaps that speaks more to my capability than yours.

S'ok, so's mine.

Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

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Aaaand with that, I have to go try not to blow up a science classroom. Especially since I had this teacher way back a few years ago.


Elegy Medvyed wrote:

Oh, I doubt it not. You chose yours, after all. I happened to be chosen, so perhaps that speaks more to my capability than yours.

S'ok, so's mine.

So you admit there's no technique to your second-rate antics, just pure "talent", as you'd say?

I believe you've proven my point with that one. I just wonder how long it'll take you to accidentally blow yourself up.


I believe that's enough fighting for today, you two...

My mind is being overwhelmed with RP posts right now.

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

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Chrysanthe Spiros wrote:
My magic is far superior to yours, that I can assure you.

I'll believe that when you can petrify a Will-o-Wisp ;)


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I'm a wizard, not a court jester. Find someone else to pull off such asinine antics.

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

Tell that to the entire tribe she terrified into surrender by turning their "god" into stone =D

God I love the crit decks, but the insanity is really unpredictable.


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WHEW!!! I am so glad that I worked all that overtime. I am now almost caught back up on my bills.

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I. Miss. Overtime.

And I need coffee. Now.

AND good morning FaWtL-ies!


Good morning Ragadolf. Overtime is nice, but you can sometimes become dependant upon it.


Good evening, people.

Time zones are a funny thing.

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Sharoth wrote:
Good morning Ragadolf. Overtime is nice, but you can sometimes become dependant upon it.

Well, yeah, True.

That's sort of my problem. I AM dependent upon OT,
And I'm salary,...
:(

Not too much of a problem if you have a decent salary, which I do not. ;P


Orthos wrote:
Chrysanthe Spiros wrote:
My magic is far superior to yours, that I can assure you.
I'll believe that when you can petrify a Will-o-Wisp ;)

While I haven't done that, I have blinded a beholder. Several times actually. The same one. He was something of a recurring villain and the GM kept tanking its saves.


Ragadolf wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Good morning Ragadolf. Overtime is nice, but you can sometimes become dependant upon it.

Well, yeah, True.

That's sort of my problem. I AM dependent upon OT,
And I'm salary,...
:(

Not too much of a problem if you have a decent salary, which I do not. ;P

~winces~ Ouch! Yea. That does suck.


Hey there Icyshadow.

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

gran rey de los mono wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Chrysanthe Spiros wrote:
My magic is far superior to yours, that I can assure you.
I'll believe that when you can petrify a Will-o-Wisp ;)
While I haven't done that, I have blinded a beholder. Several times actually. The same one. He was something of a recurring villain and the GM kept tanking its saves.

That tends to be what happens to me. Every time the crit deck comes up with "nasty effect (save negates)" I bomb it. Rolled a 1 on the Petrify card.

Marathon Voter 2013

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Hey people!

Liberty's Edge RPG Superstar 2012 , Star Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

Hey!!!

Shadow Lodge Marathon Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

sup.

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