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*Gets dressed* Getting home was an adventure tonight. I had to go through Pittsburgh's South Side, which was full with twice the number of drunks than the typical Friday night. Yeah, Happy F****ng Saint Patrick's Day.


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Ha! I forget St. Patrick's Day is a drinking holiday. That explains all the people getting pulled over when I ran to the store at 10:30 last night. :-)

I just thought it was a regular Friday. :-)


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Another sign of spring!

The dog has begun waiting in his vulture pose for the bumblebees to emerge from beneath the stoop.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Ha! I forget St. Patrick's Day is a drinking holiday. That explains all the people getting pulled over when I ran to the store at 10:30 last night. :-)

I just thought it was a regular Friday. :-)

In the Northwoods, a regular Friday *IS* a drinking holiday.


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I'm in Madison. So, same thing. :-)


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lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Ha! I forget St. Patrick's Day is a drinking holiday. That explains all the people getting pulled over when I ran to the store at 10:30 last night. :-)

I just thought it was a regular Friday. :-)

In the Northwoods, a regular Friday *IS* a drinking holiday.

Just like the South Side. Last night was just an additional invitation to get sloshed.


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Barrow-Tree... Because barrow-spiders were too tame for serious haunted barrow downs!


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I borrowed a copy of Doctor Strange off some friends the other day so I could finally see it. While it was good, I think it is one of my least favorite MCU movies. I can't really put my finger on why, but something about it just didn't really click with me. It was very pretty though. The special effects were very well done.


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the only thing i can say that took away from it is the time line seemed somewhat rushed. I would of liked a bit more from the training sequence. It felt like they could of put another hour of content in and still not got everything they needed. I guess that is good plenty to do for a sequel that way.


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Have I mentioned how much I hate certain people who stay at my hotel? We have some youth wrestling teams in this weekend. The assistant manager had .to threaten to throw out an entire team because the parents were too busy getting hammered in the lobby to keep their kids in check, and they were apparently running around the halls, screaming and fighting. But I can't blame the kids too much, considering their role models. Like the last two parents left in the lobby tonight. Observe their conversation:

It was about 2am, and one of them said (slurred would be more appropriate)

Parent 1: "Well, we gotta have the f%*#ing kids at the f!*+ing thing in less than 5 hours, so I guess I gotta go to bed."

Parent 2: "Yeah, I probably should too, but" rattle "there's still three beers left, so" pssht "I ain't goin' f&%$in anywhere."

Parent 1: "Hand me one of those and I'll help you the f$*% out."

Parent 2: "F~** you, these are mine."

Parent 1: "F&$* you. See you in a few hours." Staggers off

Parent 2 then proceeds to drink three beers in about 10 minutes before staggering off as well.

And all of them left behind a huge pile of trash. I had two big 30 gallon bags full of beer bottles and cans, and another bag and a half of assorted plates, cups, napkins, pizza boxes, etc.

It's times like this that make me want to quit humanity.


Yeah we would of kicked them out.


I wish they would have. Thankfully the fighting and whatnot happened before I came in, but it would have made things a lot easier for me.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Yeah we would of kicked them out.

With a Police escort, no doubt. And a night in the Drunk Tank, for Extra Credit.


lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Ha! I forget St. Patrick's Day is a drinking holiday. That explains all the people getting pulled over when I ran to the store at 10:30 last night. :-)

I just thought it was a regular Friday. :-)

In the Northwoods, a regular Friday *IS* a drinking holiday.

How would I survive there, I wonder?

Silver Crusade

Drejk wrote:
Barrow-Tree... Because barrow-spiders were too tame for serious haunted barrow downs!

Using this...


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Just finished watching episode 3 of Legion.

A f&#~ing great show.


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KING OF FIGHTER 94 IS ON XBOX ONE ZOMG LIFE IS WORTH LIVING


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Oh! Oh! An idea I came up with just now.

What if instead of saying "Dot" when we have something we'd like to come back to. We say "Hello" instead. Or you know, whatever local variation thereof.

Just seemed more sociable and cheery then Dot and nearly as short.

Just an idea I had. :-)


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How to make yourself feel old.

Do the math for when your songs on ITunes came out.

For example, it's been thirty f!~*ing years since D.ocument by R.E.M. came out.

F&%! you time!


captain yesterday wrote:

Oh! Oh! An idea I came up with just now.

What if instead of saying "Dot" when we have something we'd like to come back to. We say "Hello" instead. Or you know, whatever local variation thereof.

Just seemed more sociable and cheery then Dot and nearly as short.

Just an idea I had. :-)

Sounds good. Definitely more sociable. :)


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Hi, there! :)


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Yeah worst part of legion is when it ends.


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captain yesterday wrote:

How to make yourself feel old.

Do the math for when your songs on ITunes came out.

For example, it's been thirty f*+&ing years since D.ocument by R.E.M. came out.

F$#+ you time!

You think that's bad, I've got some Benny Goodman stuff on mine. (Best value for money purchase I've ever made - 10-CD box set for 10 SKr which is a little more than $1.)


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Hello!


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1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed (Eric Cline, PhD)


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Hey there Sissyl.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Went to see Logan tonight. Was a bit more depressing than I expected, but I really enjoyed it.
Heard it was good, looking forward to seeing it, and discovering an explanation for Logan's apparent aged appearance!

Personally, I don't like depressing super hero movies.

Does not interest me at all.

Yeah, but you just know that at the end Logan will go back in time again, all the X-Men will pop up with a map to the Fountain of Youth, or whatever.

I won't believe in a sad X-Men movie until I see it.

That's What happens when you kill off (or sew their f%~!ing lips shut!) all your best characters in every movie.

Too many time lines for anyone to any f$!*ing sense of whatsoever!

Finally saw X-Men Apocalypse last night. It was fun, but I want to see new mutant characters, maybe even a new mutant franchise. Between the cute throwback lines ("I feel a great swell of pity...") the super-duper charged powers, and the god-like villain...I'm not sure where there is to go from here. I may have had enough of the X-Men.


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HAPPY FIRST DAY OF SPRING!!!!!!!

Blasts across the sky on a flower powered rocket bike, spreading joy across the globe.


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X-Men 3 was the first movie I threw away immediately after watching.


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It is the first day of spring.

I hold no hatred in my heart for this day. It is simply the will of the force/pattern/God/gaia/time/etc. All seasons in their time. I can wait another 276 days.


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captain yesterday wrote:
X-Men 3 was the first movie I threw away immediately after watching.

one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

And this is me talking.


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Freehold DM wrote:

It is the first day of spring.

I hold no hatred in my heart for this day. It is simply the will of the force/pattern/God/gaia/time/etc. All seasons in their time. I can wait another 276 days.

Remember, We can still get snow for the first third to half of the season.

Last year at Tekko, we had a snowstorm in Early April.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Oh! Oh! An idea I came up with just now.

What if instead of saying "Dot" when we have something we'd like to come back to. We say "Hello" instead. Or you know, whatever local variation thereof.

Just seemed more sociable and cheery then Dot and nearly as short.

Just an idea I had. :-)

But Dot is so cute!


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Well, usually I manage to steer clear of my kids' ailments, or at least get minimal cases of them, but this morning my lungs feel like sandpaper, and my head is all fuzzy.

Curse you, Urgathoa! I thought we had a deal!


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
X-Men 3 was the first movie I threw away immediately after watching.

one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

And this is me talking.

I still own it, but...yeah. Although...

Spoiler:
At least with X-3, there was a downside to Gene's god-like power, and she essentially became a plot device rather than a "Why don't we just have Gene defeat the villain and solve all of our problems?" character. I'm sure if there's another X-movie, they'll throw some kind of wrench into her powerset, but after she single-handedly annihilates Apocalypse without going phoenix-crazy, it's going to seem very forced.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Well, usually I manage to steer clear of my kids' ailments, or at least get minimal cases of them, but this morning my lungs feel like sandpaper, and my head is all fuzzy.

Curse you, Urgathoa! I thought we had a deal!

All deals subject to change.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

It is the first day of spring.

I hold no hatred in my heart for this day. It is simply the will of the force/pattern/God/gaia/time/etc. All seasons in their time. I can wait another 276 days.

Remember, We can still get snow for the first third to half of the season.

Last year at Tekko, we had a snowstorm in Early April.

ah spring. You licentious howler.


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Anybody other than me gettin' the weird feeling that when MCU finally rolls out Infinity War, Thanos is just gonna "reconstitute/resurrect/whatever" all the baddies that have thus far been "dealt with" in the films? And/or have that as a franchise-sustaining plot device at the end? "Only way to fix it is to take the good with the bad" kindathing?

Not that I'm saying it's a "bad thing", necessarily, but you get more story out of sustainable conflict . . . . And the bad guys have been, generally, dropping like flies . . . .


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I just bought a book in Yosemite called Nature Noir. It's actually a memior, not fiction, and it's pretty good. It's basically about how being a California state park ranger was about as gritty, brutal, and soul crushing as anything in a hard boiled 40s detective novel.

Gets the creative juices flowing, because I think park ranger noir fiction could work in my setting. Enchanted forests are real and powerful in my setting, and I can imagine setting them aside as protected land. So you have a young elven woman just leaving druid school looking to work in one of these wonderous lands. Sees herself teaching little kids about magic and fairies, meeting those few elves who still live in the woods, working with Native "Americans" to protect their sacred lands, seeing dragons and phoenixes and thunderbirds and stuff, helping people see all the natural magic of the woods, and such.

Instead, she gets to deal with people constantly pissing off the fairies because they won't follow her advice, the fairies being hands down the most frustrating creatures to try and negotiate with, wood elves seeing the city slicker as barely a real elf and flouting her authority, the natives seeing her as just another gun toting imperialist, the sheer level of crime, poverty, and desperation among both wood elves and natives, the wood elves and natives absolutely hating each other (natives got displaced and killed by elven invaders), dragons and bears getting violent and having to be shot because people won't follow the rules, stupid people getting lost or hurt by magic, mages doing all sorts of illegal spellcasting business, drug farmers, murders, drunken morons, and a whole host of other crap. All together, she spends a lot more time reaching for a shotgun than teaching little kids about nature and magic, which is very much not how she wanted her life to go. All behind a backdrop of ever decreasing budgets, lack of support from the courts and government, and worn out, nonfunctional equipment.

I could see this reaching a noir tone, easy.


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I'm sold, Rosita. :) Make it happen!


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

I just bought a book in Yosemite called Nature Noir. It's actually a memior, not fiction, and it's pretty good. It's basically about how being a California state park ranger was about as gritty, brutal, and soul crushing as anything in a hard boiled 40s detective novel.

Gets the creative juices flowing, because I think park ranger noir fiction could work in my setting. Enchanted forests are real and powerful in my setting, and I can imagine setting them aside as protected land. So you have a young elven woman just leaving druid school looking to work in one of these wonderous lands. Sees herself teaching little kids about magic and fairies, meeting those few elves who still live in the woods, working with Native "Americans" to protect their sacred lands, seeing dragons and phoenixes and thunderbirds and stuff, helping people see all the natural magic of the woods, and such.

Instead, she gets to deal with people constantly pissing off the fairies because they won't follow her advice, the fairies being hands down the most frustrating creatures to try and negotiate with, wood elves seeing the city slicker as barely a real elf and flouting her authority, the natives seeing her as just another gun toting imperialist, the sheer level of crime, poverty, and desperation among both wood elves and natives, the wood elves and natives absolutely hating each other (natives got displaced and killed by elven invaders), dragons and bears getting violent and having to be shot because people won't follow the rules, stupid people getting lost or hurt by magic, mages doing all sorts of illegal spellcasting business, drug farmers, murders, drunken morons, and a whole host of other crap. All together, she spends a lot more time reaching for a shotgun than teaching little kids about nature and magic, which is very much not how she wanted her life to go. All behind a backdrop of ever decreasing budgets, lack of support from the courts and government, and worn out, nonfunctional equipment.

I could see this reaching a...

as I love Werewolf the apocalypse, have a semi.sentient forest in my own campaign setting with elves that would get along quite well with your wood elves, and enjoy the natural spaces in the city, i will check this out and support your idea 100%.


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captain yesterday wrote:
X-Men 3 was the first movie I threw away immediately after watching.

one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

And this is me talking.

the wolverine movie that followed was worse.


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One day, three young girls walked up to their mother. The first said, "Mom, why did you name me Rose?" To which the mother replied, "Because, dear, when you were born a rose fell on your head." The second asked, "Mom, why did you name me Daisy?" To which the mother replied, "Because, dear, when you were born a daisy fell on your head." The third girl then said "WheiiioiaddfhoituyivjznbcOIEHDFROIHLKDHKLJH!!!!" To which the mother replied, "Shut up, Refrigerator."


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{Newsflash! LIB has finally infiltrated Freehold's mountaintop redoubt in the Himalayas, and this is an excerpt from its agents' latest report}

* Target One is seated on immense throne of ice, clad in a bearskin cloak, a diamond codpiece and a thin coating of frost. Seated at his feet, wearing nothing but three strategically placed snowflakes, are both Anna and Elsa.

* Target One glares at a large, overly complicated machine over the other side of the room, consisting of a series of large dials, levers, knobs that go up to 22, whistles and big red buttons.

"Curses!", snarls Target One. "Atroa's invigorating breath has foiled me once again - but not for long! Rimeconk! Shivernads! Stoke the Weather Dominator's auxiliary boilers! We must have maximum power!"

"She cannae take it, Freehold!", squeaks a little Scottish imp.

"SILENCE, YOU FOOLS! . Professor Chilblains! How goes your analysis of the Atlantic Springwall?"

"Mgm mgm mgm. We-e-ell, mgm mgm. My studies - mgm - have revealed - mgm - that a small chink can be found in the region - mgm - of the North - mgm - of England, enough to enfrigidise a substantial part of that - mgm - country, and retard the advance of the Season That Cannot Be Named"

"Excellent, Professor! Rimeconk! Set the Weather Dominator to 53.8108° N, 1.7626° W, and crank it up to 1676979689! We shall beat the balminess yet! MWAHAHAHAHA! HAHAHAHHAHA! MWAHAHAHAHA! HA!"


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Wait, I'm confused. Do Anna and Elsa have three snowflakes each, or is there a total of three split between the two of them?


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Somebody got the floors scrubbed a half hour ahead of schedule.

By waking up an hour ahead of schedule.

The important thing is, it's done!!

Next up for Captain Yesterday's Action!Town spring cleaning rampage; the bathroom... if I don't make it back tell my wife I said "Hello!".


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gran rey de los everything wrote:
Wait, I'm confused. Do Anna and Elsa have three snowflakes each, or is there a total of three split between the two of them?

it's split between them.

We had budget cuts.


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Longears Investigations Bureau wrote:

{Newsflash! LIB has finally infiltrated Freehold's mountaintop redoubt in the Himalayas, and this is an excerpt from its agents' latest report}

* Target One is seated on immense throne of ice, clad in a bearskin cloak, a diamond codpiece and a thin coating of frost. Seated at his feet, wearing nothing but three strategically placed snowflakes, are both Anna and Elsa.

* Target One glares at a large, overly complicated machine over the other side of the room, consisting of a series of large dials, levers, knobs that go up to 22, whistles and big red buttons.

"Curses!", snarls Target One. "Atroa's invigorating breath has foiled me once again - but not for long! Rimeconk! Shivernads! Stoke the Weather Dominator's auxiliary boilers! We must have maximum power!"

"She cannae take it, Freehold!", squeaks a little Scottish imp.

"SILENCE, YOU FOOLS! . Professor Chilblains! How goes your analysis of the Atlantic Springwall?"

"Mgm mgm mgm. We-e-ell, mgm mgm. My studies - mgm - have revealed - mgm - that a small chink can be found in the region - mgm - of the North - mgm - of England, enough to enfrigidise a substantial part of that - mgm - country, and retard the advance of the Season That Cannot Be Named"

"Excellent, Professor! Rimeconk! Set the Weather Dominator to 53.8108° N, 1.7626° W, and crank it up to 1676979689! We shall beat the balminess yet! MWAHAHAHAHA! HAHAHAHHAHA! MWAHAHAHAHA! HA!"

make the two imps into spriggans and this is one of the greatest things I have ever read.


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Rosita, that's an interesting concept. GO FOR IT!


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Bathroom is clean.

But not just clean. F@#@ing clean!

And I got Tiny T-Rex to school on time (which I guess I do every day, but still!).

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